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UndercoverBrother

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  1. Nope I don’t know where you got that from bro. Literally just read the footnote in the Hadith that you posted, what’s the issue? The footnote explained the Hadith clearly. The imam (عليه السلام) answers the very question you are posing here. If you know then why did you post it? i don’t know, please explain to me brother this Hadith.
  2. Gonna let you enjoy and explore hbbi, see you in about 10 years time ;) to spead the process up learn how the akhBari methodology of deriving Ahkam works (حدائق الناضرة). or just simply go through the istidlal of kitab us Salat. aplogies for misunderstanding you. Your claim is that it is permissible to add to the tashahud, ( I agree )if so then u must admit that any dua is beneficial to add in. I as a follower of the imams (عليه السلام) would say in my tashahud what they (عليه السلام) said. Hence why you are following your Aql (you believe in Qiyas?) is your aq
  3. Your answer is in the footnote for this one, as it is in most of the footnotes of the ahadith (not hadiS, sorry mispronunciations are annoying) you posted. Are you familiar with Usul al Fiqh? Your answer would be found there which is online with the fatwas of the ulema If you reject it (usul) or are not familiar with it that’s fine, I did too for a while (I thought being akhbari was cool), you must recite the Hadith as the imam (عليه السلام) recited it with no omission or addition. you must pick one methodology you can’t pick between 2, either we are akhbari literalists o
  4. JazakAllah khair for sharing. Did you know Abu Dharr ra is also the one who was adviced about and where we get the evidence of Talbis ul libaas and not letting the gown go lower than the ankle.
  5. Read minhaj ul sunnah. I’m assuming most of those polemical shia sunni topics will be in there. I’m mainly familiar with his rational works and critiques of Greek logic etc. I have however studied minhaj ul karamah, which is a must read if u want to read ibn taymiyyahs book after.
  6. كل ذي نعمة محسود

  7. و عليكم السلام 1) sometimes in life you have to give up everything and sacrifice it all. Put it all on the line in order to search for the truth. I think if you have a passion to study the deen then that is enough. however exhaust all options before traveling. You cake become fluent and an advanced level Arabic linguist without leaving the west. You can memorize Quran, you can attend local courses and introductory courses. Once you have literally consumed all options available locally to you. Then and only then do you make the move. 2) If you are not willing to question
  8. وعليكم السلام apologies if I didn’t make it clear, I thought I did, but yes you are correct Minhaj ul Karamah was written first. Have you read it ever? Beautifully written for students of Arabic language to appreciate. He does a lot of sunni bashing in the book like I mentioned the comments about hanafi salah. Which is very ironic reading back in the modern day. anyways the point was not to defend him or offer a truth value judgement on any of his work but to simply highlight for the OP what a significant person he was for intellectual development of ideas in history. There’s a rea
  9. In light of hanbali fiqh did you know that Ibn Taymiyyah went against the Ijmah on almost all of the major hanbali positions. Pick up Zaad ul mustaqni for example Especially for kitab al Salah, a glimpse at the sharh will show you how much of a ‘reformer’ type he was. as for his hatred towards the ahlul bayt (عليه السلام) that is in his books and doesn’t need elaborating. he was for use of a better word and absolute genius. If you can’t read Arabic I point you towards Hoover, and Halaq who have written extensively on his rationalism and his intellectual legacy. If you can
  10. Never seen such a perfect match for each other. Both have loads in common, more than you think. Deep deep hatred for the Iranian regime. Anyone associating with shamrani should be careful, very hateful vengeful character who spreads hate. Same goes for the other dude.
  11. Thank you brother for those kind words. May Allah bless you.
  12. The way I think about it is like this. Would Imam Ali (عليه السلام) if alive today listen to poetry and songs about him whilst sitting in a community centre (not masjid) with no care for salah/QuranEtc (anything islamic) Would he then round it off by chest beating and a blood bath of self flagellation concluding in a massive rice party with the name of other than all being used on the food? oh I forgot to add, maybe pray salah if you can fit it in. Not too important though. if he wouldn’t be in such gatherings you’ll find your answer
  13. He sums up all that is wrong with Shism today, an open exaggerator and performer. Wallahi the ahlul bayt (عليه السلام) are free from this kind of filth. these are not the people to look up to. We should be following the example of Ali (عليه السلام) trying to be like him.
  14. Excellent resources created here. If you still need any help with the Arabic content I am willing to help.
  15. Please try and read around the topic I would recommend Stratfor As someone who has Shaam close to his heart, it crushes me to think what occurred there.
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