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Abu Nur

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  1. I created this topic to discuss of sheik mufid opinion about this matter that sounded right. And I think I got confused for a while about this matter. But I have always holded the position in middle and still holding to it.
  2. I do agree with that yes. All of our acts is from ourselves but God created them because He manifested them in Existence. God Actions are different from Human Actions. We will be only asked of out evil actions of what we do but not of those actions that God did.
  3. I believe that God originated and created everything because nothing the creation can bring to existence independently. Yes among is the attributes of Obedience and Disobdience that God define to us and the laws what is halal and haram. As for Human Actions, they are not independently from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى), In the only sense that it is not God who choose such a actions for us but they choosed to themselves by the free will and potentials He created. If one shoots with the gun the innocent person, the intention of the shooter and his action is his own and are evil and all the rest that manifest depends on Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). It is possible that God save the innocent man, so the action of Goodness will be Gods and the evil will be the man action. What I agree with sheik Mufid is that The bad actions can only come from us. Because I don't believe that Everything what Happens is only God Actions and we are just witnessing God actions such that he chooses them for us. What is the point with punishment if we did not choose to act sinfully?
  4. Salaam Aleikum, We have the famous hadith that says that Imams (عليه السلام) have 72 part of knowledge from 73. One of the God name is: O He Whose Knowledge is eternal. So saying that person have 72 part from eternal knowledge is eternal. When it comes to these things are they not contradictions? Is it fine even to compare to God knowledge?
  5. We come to this verse, which can only means that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) actions only related to what is Goodness, so how our evil actions can be from God by saying that He created them too when the action is not well? Everything that He created He made well [32:7], And Allah wishes no injustice for His servants [40:31], What I understand is that God created the Intelligence and it opposite the Ignorance and He (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) gave us the ability to choose between obeying or disobeying and He (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) made for us clearly what is good and He only wish that from us and when we disobey him by our own intention and action we call it the evil action. This evil action is from us, so we call it our action.
  6. Salaam Aleikum, From wikishia: Twelver Shiite theologians do not see any contradiction between the attribution of human actions to themselves and to God at the same time. They maintain that human causation of acts is dependent on divine causation, and therefore human actions are attributable both to humans and to God. Sheikh Mufid state the following: i) that all actions are from Allah, the Sublime, or, ii) that they proceed jointly from man and Allah, or iii) that they are from man alone. Now, if they were all from Allah, the Sublime, then He alone deserves to be praised for their goodness or to be blamed for their baseness, and so praise or blame for them pertain to none save Him; if they are created jointly by Allah and His servant, then the praise or the blame would pertain to them both. Since these two alternatives are absurd, it is self-evident that human actions are all from men; it rests with Him; if He pleases, He has the right to punish them for their wickedness, or if He pleases He will pardon them, for the reward of piety and forgiveness is in His hands. And there are still further traditions and reports which can be adduced in support of this. - I believe that sheikh Mufid have very reasonable and valid point and he have quoted quranic verses that support his position very well and that people have misinterpreted these verses way off.
  7. It is an creation of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى), not God itself.
  8. Eid Mubarak for the Completion of Islam and Wilayah of the Imam Ali (عليه السلام) and the rest of the Imams (عليه السلام).
  9. What I understood is that yes it is permissible to use only for personal use. I personally would not anymore do so.
  10. Signs of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) that guide people in their situations. [45:4] Verily in the heavens and the earth are Signs for those who believe.
  11. And by the light of Your face which illuminates everything. (Ibn Tawus 1997, 3:332) It means that everything has the capacity to direct us toward God.
  12. Here: And call to mind when We took from the Prophets their covenant, and from you (Muhammad), and from Noah and Abraham, and Moses and Jesus, son of Mary, and We indeed, took from them a solemn covenant; (Quran 33:7) And He took the covenant for all prophets : When Allah took a compact concerning the prophets, [He said,] ‘Inasmuch as I have given you of the Book and wisdom,1 should an apostle come to you thereafter confirming what is with you, you shall believe in him and help him.’ He said, ‘Do you pledge and accept My covenant on this condition?’ They said, ‘We pledge.’ He said, ‘Then be witnesses, and I am also among the witnesses along with you.’ Qur'an 3:81 The covenant for us: Why should you not have faith in Allah while the Apostle invites you to have faith in your Lord, and He has certainly made a covenant with you, should you be faithful? 59:8 Going against the covenant: And those who break the covenant of Allah, after having established it and cut asunder what Allah has commanded to be joined, and act corruptly in the earth, on them is the curse of Allah and they shall have a grievous abode. (Quran 13:26)
  13. Have you read Ayotullah Sistani Laws in this matter? Question: A lot of books, DVD and software have copyright on them. What is the ruling if I photocopy a book or duplicate a DVD or software for my personal use? Answer: It is permissible, per se, to make personal use of such copyrighted books and software. Question: Can I use cracked apps , which I have not done myself? Answer: If someone else has cracked the app, you can use it. Question: Is it permissible to sell pirated programs, DVDS, and software? Answer: If it is against the law, it is not permissible but you can use them.
  14. I agree that it is haram. But is it in same category than stealing? One said: I think that pirating software doesn't involve the theft of a commodity, but rather a violation of a law protecting the right to copy a commodity. So violating copyright would not be stealing, but a violation of a law that excludes certain people from the copying of an object while allowing this right to others.
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