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  1. do the spots usually fill up quick? Now I'm not sure if i want to take summer classes!
  2. (salam) Any marji'i in Cairo? How's the community there?
  3. Shaykh Tahir ul Qadri: http://www.minhaj.org/?p=2&sp=0&id=351 Those who love Yazid and his lovers are destined for Hell 17 Jan, 2008 There should not be any doubt about the fate of the cursed Yazid. Not only was he a kafir and destined for Hell, but those so-called Muslims who love Yazid or the lovers of Yazid are destined for Hell. In this lecture Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri makes his views clear on this issue coupled with complete references to back up these views. He also clarifies the distortions and misrepresentations made by supporters of Yazid on the hadith of Qus
  4. (salam) This is something I always wondered about too. That's why I've posted my question in the Sunni/Shia debates forum. About Yazid, he's not a sahabi according to our criteria and the people that are softest on him (well at least one of my teachers who is salafi) don't send a blessing or curse. There are many Sunnis that have enormous amounts of love for the Ahlul Bayt. Amongst my family's friends we just found out that a group of our friends have been reading Qur'an for Imam Husayn (ra) up to the day of Ashura. To read about Ayatullah Fadlullah not allowing the cursing of Abu Bakr a
  5. (bismilllah) (salam) Dear brothers and sisters, Did any of the twelve Imams curse Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, Hafsa, or 'Ayesha (ra)?
  6. (salam) Zaydi's are actually close to the Madhab of Imam Shafi'i in fiqh. They do have an Arabic resource online.
  7. (salam) I'm not sure myself, but my wife told me she knows the hikma behind the ayah now that she's been through having our baby. Perhaps there are certain times that hormones in sisters affect their perception. Allahu Alim.
  8. (salam) It's clearly Saudi Arabia who is behind the bombings. The sunni's in Iraq aren't capable of such large scale attacks. Saudis hate Iran and know that if Iraq is a stable democracy, it will most likely have close ties with Iran.
  9. (bismillah) (salam), After being a salafi for a few years, it is still my opinion that Wahhabis are Muslims (I rarely make takfeer), although, after recently making research of Islamic history and beliefs, I've found that the majority of Sunni scholars from the past considered them to outside the fold of Ahlussunah wa'Jama'ah. If you want some major Sunni refutations against the wahhabis, check out Shaykh Nuh Ha Mim Keller's articles @ www.masud.co.uk . He really takes them apart and alhamdullilah, he presents the truth. The hatred for Ahlul-Bayt comes from their basic tenants. I spoke
  10. (salam) Jazakallah khayr my brother, I can't wait for that info!
  11. (salam) LOL, I found this old post when I was surfing the web for info on Shia turbans. I think it would be more fair if the pictures of the sunnis where put in their correct categories. I'll begin with the various salafi groups and then proceed with sunnis and sufis. State-funded Wahhabis: Albani Bin Baz'Uthaimeen Traditional Wahhabis: SudaisNasir al-OmarIbn Jibreen Jihadi Wahhabis: Dr. AymanUsamaAbu Qatadah Qutubi Wahhabis: Safar al-HawaliAli at-Tamimi Khalid Yasin Traditional Sunnis: Imam Tahir Anwar (Hanafi madhab w/Deobandi influence) Ustadh Amr Khalifa (shafi'i madhab)Shaykh Salek ibn
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