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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Tafseer-e-Quran   
    Tafseer al-Askari is attributed to Imam al-Askari (as) and it's weak/daif.
    w/s
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from shia farm girl in esoteric hadith of imam ali(as)   
    ^The above quote is mentioned in 'The Sacred Foundations of Justice in Islam: The Teachings of 'Ali Ibn Abi Talib'
    By M. Ali Lakhani, Reza Shah-Kazemi, Leonard Lewisohn, Seyyed Hossein Nasr.
    The reference mentioned for this quote is: Sadr al-Din Qunawi, a disciple of Ibn Arabi, in his book 'Mirat al-arifin fi multamas Zayn al-Abidin'.
    See: http://books.google.com/books?id=TXzDKAMD1...dq=%22#PPA58,M1
    w/s
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Mohammed-Mehdi in List Of Halaal And Haraam Fish   
    ^
    According to Syed Sistani:
    Shirmp - Halal
    Lobster - Haram
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from MuslimahAK in Qasim marriage   
    A worse fabrication is the one mentioned by Hajji Nuri. As you know, in the heat of the battle on the day of 'Ashura', the Imam offered his prayers hurriedly in the form of salat al-khawf [7] and there was no respite even to offer full prayers. In fact, two of the companions of the Imam came to stand in front of him to shield the Imam (against the arrows) so that he may offer two rak'ahs of the salat al-khawf. The two of them fell from the injuries inflicted under the shower of the arrows. The enemy would not even give respite for offering prayers. Nevertheless, they have concocted a story that the Imam called for a wedding ceremony on this day, declaring, 'It is my wish to see one of my daughter wedded to Qasim.' Obviously, one cannot take one's wishes to one's grave.
    By God, see what kind of things they have attributed to a man like Husayn ibn 'Ali, things the like of which we sometimes hear from persons of a very mediocre character, who express a wish to see the wedding of their son or daughter in their life. And this is said to have occurred at a time when there was hardly any respite even for offering prayers. They say that the Hadrat said, 'I want to wed my daughter to my nephew here and now, even if it is just an appearance of a wedding.' One of the things that was an inseparable part of our traditional ta'ziyahs was the wedding of Qasim, the boy bridegroom. Such an episode is not mentioned in any reliable book of history. According to Hajji Nuri, Mulla Husayn Kashifi was the first man to write this story in a book named Rawdat al-shuhada' and it is totally fictitious.
    http://www.al-islam.org/al-tawhid/ashura/1.htm
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from AbuHope in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from yashia in I won't be doing Nade Ali Kabeer dua anymore   
    (bismillah)
    When we have Collection of duas like Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya , Sahifa-Kamilah, Sahifa Alawiyah, Dua e Kumayl etc etc, why do we need to read Duas which are not authentic ?



    ÅöíøóÇßó äóÚúÈõÏõ æÅöíøóÇßó äóÓúÊóÚöíäõ
    Thee (alone) we worship; Thee (alone) we ask for help.

    wsalam.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from JasmineAila in Feeling Guilty After Mutah   
    Marry her permanently or make a commitment to marry her.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Ali_Hussain in Syed Baqir Nisar Zaidi's books now in English   
    These books of Baqir Nisar Zaidi are full of fitna, bidah, ghuluw and distortions of the authentic teachings of Ahlul Bayt (as).
    From the book Kashful Salat. . .
    Where did he get this from? Which Imam told us to greet each other saying "Ya Ali..."
    :huh:
    Which Imam said this?
    :huh:
    May Allah(swt) curse the ghulats(LA) and those who are distorting the authentic teachings of Ahlul Bayt (as).
    w/s
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from yashia in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from guest050817 in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Akbar Khoja in Are Ismaili muslims?   
    Ayat. Muhammad Hussain Najafi mentioned Aga Khanis (i.e. those who are munkir of dharuriyat ad-deen such as salat, saum etc) as Kafir. Ref: Qawaneen ash-Sharia Vol. 1
    w/s
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Determined in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Aquib Rizvi in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Salman Kadheem in Velayat-e faqih   
    AFAIK, Ayatullah al-Khoei did believed in Wilayat al-Faqih but not Wilayat al Faqih Mutlaqa i.e Absolute authority of the faqih.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from sidnaq in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Don'tMakeAس in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Hameedeh in A Firm Stand Against Exaggeration   
    A firm stand against exaggeration:
    Exaggeration was common at the time of the Imam(a.s.) as it is present nowadays among some of the Shiites. At that time there was some one called Ali bin Hasaka who was trying to be close to the Shiites, taking advantage of their love to Ahl el-Beit to tell them that Imam Al-Hadi is Allah, and that since they know the Imam and follow him, they no longer have to pray, fast or perform pilgrimage. Since many people followed him, some of the Imam's companions asked him for his opinion, the Imam said: Ibn Hasakah tells lies. The curse of Allah be on him! He is not one of my guardians. May Allah curse him. By Allah, Allah did not send Muhammad and the prophets before him except with prayer, zakat, fasting, hajj, and guardianship. Muhammad did not call except to Allah alone with no partner. So do we, the guardians from his progeny. We are servants of Allah not associating with Him anything. If we obey Him, He will have mercy on us and if we disobey Him, He will torture us. We do not have any authority on Allah but Allah has the authority on us and on all His creatures. I, before Allah, disavow whoever says that and I resort to Allah from this saying. Desert them! May Allah curse them. Block them up into narrow passages"
    The Imam took a decisive position against this trend that exploits the love of Ahl el-Beit to elevate them to be almost gods, while we, including the imams, are the servants of God who obey Him, and this is what we say in our testimony. "I bear witness that Muhammad's His servant and Messenger". The greatness of the Imams is that thye worshipped Allah as He should be worshipped, and obeyed him as he should be obeyed. We have to stand against this deviation that is the result of ignorance and backwardness.
    http://english.bayynat.org.lb/FridaySpeeches/ke20072007.htm
    Imamain Al-Hassanain Mosque
    20th July 2007 A.D
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from rajul in What is your opinion of Seyyed Hossein Nasr?   
    Sayed Hossien Nasr is perennialist shia.
    Does any one knows what does our scholars says about Perennailists ?
    Sunni Scholars consider Perennialists as 'deviated muslims'.
    wsalam.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Barabika in 2018 - Year Of Return Of Imam   
    Salam alaykum,
    In al-Kafi, vol 1, ÈóÇÈõ ßóÑóÇåöíóÉö ÇáÊøóæúÞöíÊö
    Hadith 1:
    Úóáöíøõ Èúäõ ãõÍóãøóÏò æó ãõÍóãøóÏõ Èúäõ ÇáúÍóÓóäö Úóäú Óóåúáö Èúäö ÒöíóÇÏò æó ãõÍóãøóÏõ Èúäõ íóÍúíóì Úóäú ÃóÍúãóÏó Èúäö ãõÍóãøóÏö Èúäö ÚöíÓóì ÌóãöíÚÇð Úóäö ÇáúÍóÓóäö Èúäö ãóÍúÈõæÈò Úóäú ÃóÈöí ÍóãúÒóÉó ÇáËøõãóÇáöíøö ÞóÇáó ÓóãöÚúÊõ ÃóÈóÇ ÌóÚúÝóÑò ( Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã ) íóÞõæáõ íóÇ ËóÇÈöÊõ Åöäøó Çááøóåó ÊóÈóÇÑóßó æó ÊóÚóÇáóì ÞóÏú ßóÇäó æóÞøóÊó åóÐóÇ ÇáúÃóãúÑó Ýöí ÇáÓøóÈúÚöíäó ÝóáóãøóÇ Ãóäú ÞõÊöáó ÇáúÍõÓóíúäõ ÕóáóæóÇÊõ Çááøóåö Úóáóíúåö ÇÔúÊóÏøó ÛóÖóÈõ Çááøóåö ÊóÚóÇáóì Úóáóì Ãóåúáö ÇáúÃóÑúÖö ÝóÃóÎøóÑóåõ Åöáóì ÃóÑúÈóÚöíäó æó ãöÇÆóÉò ÝóÍóÏøóËúäóÇßõãú ÝóÃóÐóÚúÊõãõ ÇáúÍóÏöíËó ÝóßóÔóÝúÊõãú ÞöäóÇÚó ÇáÓøóÊúÑö æó áóãú íóÌúÚóáö Çááøóåõ áóåõ ÈóÚúÏó Ðóáößó æóÞúÊÇð ÚöäúÏóäóÇ æó íóãúÍõæ Çááøóåõ ãóÇ íóÔóÇÁõ æó íõËúÈöÊõ æó ÚöäúÏóåõ Ãõãøõ ÇáúßöÊóÇÈö ÞóÇáó ÃóÈõæ ÍóãúÒóÉó ÝóÍóÏøóËúÊõ ÈöÐóáößó ÃóÈóÇ ÚóÈúÏö Çááøóåö ( Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã ) ÝóÞóÇáó ÞóÏú ßóÇäó ßóÐóáößó .

    Ali ibn Muhammad and Muhammad ibn al-Hassan have narrated from Sahl ibn Ziyad and Muhammad ibn Yahya from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Isa all from al-Hassan ibn Mahbub from abu Hamza al-Thumali who has said the following: “I heard abu Ja'far, recipient of divine supreme covenant, say, ‘O Thabit, Allah, the Most Holy, the Most High, had set a time for it (Divine Government on earth) in the year seventy, but when al-Husayn, recipient of divine supreme covenant, was murdered Allah’s anger became more intense on the people on earth. He delayed it until one hundred forty. At that time we spoke to you about it and you publicized this Hadith and disclosed the secret. Allah thereafter has not set any time limit that we know of. Allah obliterates whatever He wants and establishes whatever He wants; with Him is the original book.’ “Abu Hamza has said, ‘I narrated the above Hadith to abu ‘Abd Allah, recipient of divine supreme covenant, and he said, ‘It was just as you said.’”
    Hadith 3:
    ÚöÏøóÉñ ãöäú ÃóÕúÍóÇÈöäóÇ Úóäú ÃóÍúãóÏó Èúäö ãõÍóãøóÏö Èúäö ÎóÇáöÏò Úóäú ÃóÈöíåö Úóäö ÇáúÞóÇÓöãö Èúäö ãõÍóãøóÏò Úóäú Úóáöíøö Èúäö ÃóÈöí ÍóãúÒóÉó Úóäú ÃóÈöí ÈóÕöíÑò Úóäú ÃóÈöí ÚóÈúÏö Çááøóåö ( Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã ) ÞóÇáó ÓóÃóáúÊõåõ Úóäö ÇáúÞóÇÆöãö ( Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã ) ÝóÞóÇáó ßóÐóÈó ÇáúæóÞøóÇÊõæäó ÅöäøóÇ Ãóåúáõ ÈóíúÊò áóÇ äõæóÞøöÊõ .

    A number of our people have narrated from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Khalid from his father form al-Qasim ibn Muhammad from Ali ibn abu Hamza from abu
    Basir who has said the following: “Once I asked abu ‘Abd Allah, recipient of divine supreme covenant, about al-Qa’im (the one who will rise with Divine Authority and power). He said, ‘Those who give it a definite time have spoken lies. We, Ahl al-Bayt, do not set up a definite time for it.’”

    Both hadith are sahih according to Allama Majlisi(ar).
    w/s
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Amina in Do They Give A Bad Image Of Islam?   
    I would like to share the detailed opinion of Syed Fadhlallah(ha). . .
    'There is a common denominator between the rites of celebration on the tenth of Muharram in the past and in the present time. It is mainly to condole the death of imam Al-Hussein (may Allah be pleased with him). In the past, people used to strike their cheeks as an expression of sorrow, but not in an excessive way as people do at present.
    Nowadays, people observe some excessive habits such as hitting their heads with swords and slashing their backs with iron chains.
    Such extreme customs did not emerge as a result of legal collective ijtihad based on the Shari`ah. Rather, they emerged out of individual innovation that turned into ritual acts that so excited people’s sympathy that they imitated them blindly until they became sacred customs that none can ignore; otherwise one would be considered negligent and extremist. The issue reached the extreme that even reverent scholars do not dare to stand in the face of the majority to dissuade them from such extremism, because whoever tries to do so will be accused of hating the Prophet’s household and trying to erase their tracks and erase them from people’s memory.
    Some people may argue that some great scholars in the field of Shari`ah, 50 and 60 years ago, issued fatwas legalizing the Shiite rites on that occasion. They said that such rites are not originally prohibited unless they lead to ruining oneself.
    Concerning the reason for issuing those fatwas, they were raised in a juristic seminar on “Is It Prohibited for Man to Harm Himself? What about Slight Harms?” This means, for instance, injuring one’s hand, hitting the head, and the like which does not lead to man’s ruin. Is the harm itself prohibited or what is unlawful is the harm that leads to destroying oneself or jeopardizing one’s heath?
    There are two views on this case:
    The first view indicates that harming oneself is intrinsically forbidden, unless there is an urgent need for it, such as the dangers man faces in his travels or working day and night to attain material and spiritual gains. There must be a prior estimation of the benefit or loss entailed by subjecting oneself to harm. If the benefit expected from tiring oneself deserves the harm borne in its cause, then benefit is given priority over harm in such a case. That is, one disregards the harm he would do himself for the benefit he would attain. Hence, those who hold this view see that it is prohibited for man to harm himself, even in mourning or expressing love, et cetera.
    There is another view adopted by many scholars. They maintain that man is not prohibited to harm himself if such harm would not lead him to a bad state of health or to death.
    In light of this view, scholars see that hitting the head with a sword and striking the cheeks in mourning are not forbidden acts in themselves. Rather, they are forbidden because man is forbidden to do anything that may lead to his ruin.
    Scholars who legalize harming oneself in principle hold some restrictions. They see that the issue in question is prohibited in certain cases if it leads to something prohibited in the second place.
    The above view is also maintained by the late major Shiite scholar Sheikh As-Sayed Abul-Qasim Al-Khaw`ie.
    As for my own opinion regarding this issue, I consider such acts and practices as forbidden. This stems from the well-established fact that hurting oneself is forbidden as far as the Islamic Shari`ah is concerned unless there is a necessity for that. Thereupon, it is forbidden to strike heads with swords, or backs with chains, or even to harshly strike one’s cheeks that may hurt him even slightly. This can be deducted from the aforementioned texts that prove that harming one’s self is forbidden.
    In addition, rational thinking requires this, as people reject the idea of anyone doing any sort of harm to himself. All these support my opinion that such acts are forbidden in Islam even if they are done in the name of sadness and mourning.
    I have another observation in this regard, that those who strike their heads with swords or backs with lashes claim that they do this to express sympathy with imam Al-Hussein (may Allah be pleased with him) in his pains and with Zainab (may Allah be pleased with her) and her sisters when she was scourged. But, I would say that expressing sympathy does not require one to be injured in the same way as imam Al-Hussein or to be scourged in the same way as Zainab.
    Truly, Al-Hussein was injured while he was striving in Allah’s Cause. So, those who express sympathy with imam Al-Hussein are only those Palestinian young men who fight against the Israeli enemy. They are indeed injured in a similar stance as that of imam Al-Hussein’s. Also, those who show sympathy with Zainab are none but those who suffer from whipping in the vaults of the Israeli prisons. This is because she was scourged in the way of an “issue”.

    Based on all the aforementioned, I find it necessary to wipe out these customs, for they are forbidden due to the many negative effects they have on the individual level and on the level of the image of the Shiite Muslims all over the world. That’s why I said earlier that they are some sort of backwardness.'
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in Aqeeq ring   
    ^We have hadiths from Imams of Ahl al-Bayt (as) which shows that wearing Aqiq is mustahab.
    see:
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Ali Musaaa :) in Syed Baqir Nisar Zaidi   
    The book is not really convincing. Many of his arguments are based on weak narrations.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Nader Zaveri in Tragedy Of Zahra [as]   
    There is no clear proof that he was from the mashaykh of Najashi.
    From rijaal Najashi:
    ÞÇá ÃÈæ ÇáÍÓíä ãÍãÏ Èä åÇÑæä Èä ãæÓì ÑÍãå Çááå: ÞÇá ÃÈí: ÞÇá ÃÈæ Úáí Èä åãÇã: ÍÏËäÇ ÚÈÏ Çááå Èä ÇáÚáÇÁ ÞÇá: ßÇä ÃÍãÏ Èä ãÍãÏ Èä ÇáÑÈíÚ ÚÇáãÇ ÈÇáÑÌÇá
    The word used by Najashi is "ÞÇá" (the narrator said) and not "ÃÎÈÑäÇ" (the narrator told us) etc. The word ÞÇá doesn't proves that the narrator met Shaykh Najashi or was from his mashaykh. Syed al-Khoei also didn't consider him from the mashaykh of Najashi.
    As for him being from mashaykh of Shaykh al-Mufeed (ar), then it's not of much significance. Ayatullah Khoei considered them majhool and their ahadith daeef if they don't have clear tawtheeq.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Mumin in [MERGED] Sanads And Rijal   
    ^Not biased at all and clearly in accordance with the principles of ilm ar-rijaal.
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    Jondab_Azdi got a reaction from Mumin in [MERGED] Sanads And Rijal   
    ^It that 'thiqah' for him or his brother?
    There seems be controversies regarding his tawthiq. . .

    هذا بالنسبة للمتن وأما سند الرواية ففيه الحسين بن علوان وهو عامي كما قال الطوسي نفسه في كتاب الاستبصار ج 1 في باب وجوب المسح على الرجلين ، وكما جاء في رجال الكشي ص 453 ، ورجال النجاشي ص 52 ، ومعجم الرجال ج7 ص 34 ، وفي قاموس الرجال ج3 ص 486 وغيرهم فهذا الراوي عامي أي من أهل السنة ، وقال بعضهم انه من الزيدية وعلى كلا الأمرين فهو ليس من الشيعة ، وعند الشيعة أن العامي أو غيره من المذاهب الأخرى إذا كان ثقة فتقبل روايته ولكنها لا تعتبر رواية صحيحة بل هي موثقة ، وإذا لم يوثق فلا تقبل روايتـه ..
    ولكن هل وُثّـق الحسين بن علوان ؟ نقرأ في الموسوعة الرجالية الميسرة والتـي كتبت تحت إشراف ومراجـعـة آية الله الشـيخ جـعـفـر السبحـاني
    وآية الله السيد محمود البغدادي نجد في المجلد الأول ص 272 ط الأولى :في ترجمة الحسين بن علوان (( اضطربت كلمات المتأخرين فيه ولهذا قال المامقاني رحمه الله : (في الحسين بن علوان) عامي لم يوثـق ))

    كما يوجد في الإسناد راو آخر ليس من الشيعة هو أبو الجوزا المنبه بن عبدالله كما أشار شيخ الطائفة الطوسي في كتاب الاستبصار ج 1 ، في باب وجـوب المسح على الرجلين ، وقد قال آية الله الشيخ التستري في قاموس الرجال ج10 ص237 في ترجمتـه (( منبه بن عبدالله أبو الجوزاء .... غير صحيح الحديـث ))
    فمتن الرواية سني وفي إسنادها راو أو اثنان من أهـل السنة وأحدهما لم يوثق واخـتلف فيه العلماء والآخر غير صحيح الحديث ، بالإضافة لمخالفتها ما ثبت من الكتاب والسنة المتواترة ، لذلك لا تـقـبل هذه الرواية وهي ساقطة من الاعتبار متـناً و سنداً.
    والخلاصة أن الرواية المذكورة إن صح سندها أو لم يصح فإنها غير معمول بها ، فإن صح سندها كما قد يقال لورودها في كتابين من الكتب الأربعة فإنها شاذة ، والشاذ غير معمول به وشرط الشاذ صحة السند ، فما بالك والرواية في إسنادها مغمز فهو أولى لعدم قبولها خاصة مع مخالفتها لعشرات الروايات المصرحة بجواز النكاح المؤقت .

    http://www.ansarweb.net/artman3/uploads/special/zwaj_mo2aqqat/7.htm
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