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Abu Nur

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  1. It make sense to say that even Prophet (saws) is not safe from it too and that he too should always ask repentance.
  2. Taking from good blog 3 The most comprehensive infallibility Under this definition, the Prophet and Imāms did not commit sins nor did they commit disliked actions. The level of self-control they exhibited and the willpower they practiced, one which was coupled with piety and God-consciousness, never would allow them to fall into even the lightest of disliked actions, let alone consistently perform them. This is the requirement of their station as the closest beings to the Most Pure and the perfect manifestation of all that which is divinely inspired and humanly sought. Their sin
  3. A question will arise, if it means as for the teaching purposes then does it not mean that what they said in the dua is not intended thus it would mean that it will lose the merit its purpose to educate people? But let assume that the whole education purpose is true, how it does relate to the verse where it directly says to prophet to repent for your sins.
  4. Salaam Aleikum, What is the meaning of the following verse where Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) says to the Prophet Muhammad (saws) that plead [to Allah] for forgiveness of your sin (dhanbika) 47:19. Does it imply that the Prophet (saws) had done sin? If yes, then what is the nature of this sin and does it effect anything to the infallibility of the Prophet? If it does not imply Sin, then what is the meaning of "Pledge for forgiveness of your sin" for the Prophet?
  5. If he really claim what he claim, then he could solve all the matters of religion in that time. About seal of awliya, this is only his opinion and such a concept does not find any support in Quran and Hadith's.
  6. This is a good video on reasoning and he make good points about "objectivity" in this subject.
  7. That is normal with vaccines. Injection pain, fatigue, headache, muscle and joint pain, chills are common with mostly injections. There have only been very very small percentage of side effect that is dangerous. This is too risky for people who are in danger to die and get severe sickness, like old people and those who are in high risk. For such a people it is always wise to take it now.
  8. It is a concern for those who live in Iran and their leader have valid doubt on these kind of vaccines that could be modified specially for Iran. Same vaccination are safe for others countries.
  9. It is just a ban from those particular countries, not ban over all vaccines.
  10. I took it from Tafsir Ibn Kathir, the lines from Rain falls on the Eve of Badr.
  11. From Sunnis: Abdullah (Ibn Masud) narrates from the Prophet ( وآله عليه الله صلى وسلم (who said: Allah has (appointed) angels wandering on earth, they bring me the Salam of my Ummah”, and the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said : “ My life is good (Khayr) for you, you narrate me and I narrate to you, and my death is good for you, your actions will be presented to me, what I will see from good deeds I will praise Allah, what I will see from bad deeds, I will ask forgiveness from Allah for you” [Musnad al Bazaar, Hadith # 1925, Published by Maktaba al Uloom wal Hikam] Imam al Hafidh Al Ha
  12. We can find it in Sunni books too, but by albani standart it is weak: Yoosuf ibn Moosa told us: ‘Abd al-Majeed ibn ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Abi Rawwaad told us, from Sufyaan, from ‘Abdullah ibn as-Saa’ib, from Zaadhaan, from ‘Abdullah, that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Allah has angels who travel around the earth, conveying to me the salaam (greeting of peace) of my ummah.” He said: And the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “My living is good for you, for you will be told what is good and what is bad for you; and my death i
  13. This is at least valid tawassul, if we accept that prophets/Imams are alive (which is mentioned in quran), and God will notify the message to them if they are not present with us. So they will pray to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and ask Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) to fulfill our need and that God accept this. We need to show that this process is acceptable with authentic narrations. I found this following verse 9:105 very interesting : And say: Work; so Allah will see your work and (so will) His Messenger and the believers; and you shall be brought back to the Knower of
  14. Salaam Aleikum Brother, Thank you for making this topic. Insha'Allah we will benefit and come to good conclusion.
  15. There are verses that clearly show seeking intercession in manner of worshipping them is shirk. In the following Sunni site, they say following: This man's saying "make him intercede for me with You" proves that the meaning of seeking the Tawassul of the Prophet , is seeking Tawassul by his supplication and not with the person of the Prophet. This is also supported by what ‘Umar Ibn Al-Khattab did when they suffered draught: he sought the Tawassul of Al-‘Abbas, the uncle of the Prophet to supplicate Allah and it rained with the permission of Allah. [Al-Bukhari]. Had pleading
  16. One good thing is that such a sinful past will haunt the person and make the person always remember God and ask forgiveness of his past.
  17. No, these verses does not talk about reincarnation.
  18. It means that the man is in such a state that he is so frustrated to have sex but the woman deny it without good reason, so it will add more anger to man. This act of woman who prolong the sex from his husband is very bad thing in Islam and can cause a lot troubles. Our Imams (عليه السلام) and Prophet (saws) dislike it: Imām al-Bāqir (as): The Prophet (S) said to women: “Do not prolong your Ŝalāt such that it becomes an excuse for not going to bed (for sexual intercourse) with your husbands.
  19. From Sunni source: `Ali bin Abi Talhah reported that Ibn `Abbas said, "When the Prophet arrived at Badr, he made camp. At the time, there was a sandy piece of land between the idolators and the water (the wells at Badr). Muslims felt weak and the Shaytan cast frustration into their hearts. He whispered to them, `You claim that you are Allah's supporters and that His Messenger is among you! However, the idolators have taken over the water resource from you, while you pray needing purity.' Allah sent down heavy rain, allowing the Muslims to drink and use it for purity. Allah also removed Sh
  20. Salaam Aleikum, Many yes, but either it is my memory that have forgot or that I have never found any sahih narration about this matter. The only (other too, but I don't remember) proof I have found is the narration about Adam (عليه السلام) seeking repentance and God teach Him how he should do it by saying by right of the ahlulbayt (عليه السلام). This is why you always found our scholars to prefer this method, because it is flawless and it is attached with tawheed and we have solid proof for it.
  21. This sound very wrong if Tawheed is not implied. As Ayatollah Bāqir Durche’ī said: “Why do you not say instead: Oh God, for the right of Abul Fadh give long life. Why do you give Divinity to him when in reality these great individuals are slaves of God. How can you consider them as equals to Him?”
  22. If you read our majority of duas and saying of Imams (عليه السلام), you will found that they only asked in sincerity help from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) only. The problem is that who says that Prophet (saws) is needed in present in this life that Ya Muhammad dua is accepted? You do understand that Sunni scholars do have different opinion about this matter, some say that you can still do it and some says no. The point is that by Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) permission and will, the message will be delivered to the Prophet (saws).
  23. This is interesting, so hold on, we can find these narrations in their sahih books, but what about us Shias, where do we have such narrations that are authentic?
  24. Salaam Aleikum, This following Sunni narration is sahih according to sunnis. The Hadith of the blind man's story is narrated by Imam Al-Tirmidhy with his Sanad (chain of narrators) on the authority of `Uthman ibn Hunayf (may Allah be pleased with him): A blind man came to the Prophet (peace be upon him) and said: I have been afflicted in my eyesight, so please pray to Allah for me. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: If you wish, I will make Du`a' (supplication) to Allah to cure you; and if you wish, be patient and that would be better for you. The man said: Make Du`a' to Allah for
  25. Ah, sorry I misunderstood you. Instead of sky you wrote heavens, which I always read as paradise.
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