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Ahmed Al-Basrawi

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  1. Why not refute my argument instead of raising irrelevant points to distract from it? Why not refute my argument instead of speculating on my sincerity so you can dig your head in the sand? My argument against Abu Bakr is very simple - every uncomfortable implication is derived from a single point - that he lacked trust in Allah in the cave. So refute this single point, found in two paragraphs that I have reposted below for your convenience. Then you have dismantled my whole argument against Abu Bakr, and may Allah bless you for correcting my understanding, and I will delete those incorrect par
  2. Update: the post on the Sunni forum was deleted with this message to me: "You have been banned for the following reason: You cannot fall lower than this. How will face the Prophet :saws: on Qiyamah while harboring such lies about the Prophet's closest companion? Fear Allah and repent before it is too late. Date the ban will be lifted: Never"
  3. Salaam, thank you for the feedback, I agree it can be difficult and exhausting to follow. I tried to give a comprehensive explanation of the verse, e.g. the context behind revelation, the two interpretations, how the Prophet (ع) is glorified, etc. But much of it is not relevant to my central argument on Abu Bakr. For the central argument on Abu Bakr, please read only the passages under these 3 subheadings, inshallah that will simplify it: The Second of Two - Trust in Allah - The Prophecy. In summary: The Second of Two - shows Abu Bakr was a believer but no merits can appl
  4. Salaam, I simply wanted to understand who was right - Ahlus Sunnah or the Shia - so I turned to the book of Allah for guidance, and followed it to where it led me. I posted my analysis of 9:40 in the link found in the initial post. I stand open to be corrected, for it's not my intention to misguide others or be misguided myself. The analysis is long, so I understand most viewers will not bother reading it. But two caveats if I may, because it's a sensitive topic that is already derailing into nonsense: 1. Please don't respond unless you've read it carefully from start to finish, n
  5. Salaam and Ramadan Kareem, Please read my detailed analysis in the link below, on the topic of Abu Bakr in the cave, as addressed by the Quran in 9:40. https://myunderstandingofislam.blogspot.com/2021/04/quran-940-abu-bakr-in-cave.html Inshallah this will be a lively and fruitful discussion. Best wishes, Ahmed.
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