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  1. Wa asalaam... thanks for remembering! But most recently I've been recommending people to another channel which has all the same duas and more, with much better quality recitations, subtitles, backgrounds... all in all it is like night and day vs my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/noorallahchannel I would love to know who created this channel.
  2. Aren't Sajid Naqvi and Jawwad Naqvi Isn't Sajid Naqvi brother of Jawaad Naqvi? I like this idea above, however what's the solution they offer?
  3. I suppose the question really isn't Imran, the real question is how much reliance/belief you put into the system, which is a good place to take the discussion. I don't think any country can truly be compared to any other country due to the infinite number of factors involved in a country's success. If we had to compare though, I would say that many other countries have achieved a lot more than Pakistan (and America) in half the time that Pakistan has had, with a lot less resources as well. Current system has proven to be a total and utter failure, allowing this system to thrive any longer makes the situation worse. I should add Pakistan's issue stem well beyond the government. Goes all the way through from the police force to education. Even if a good government comes in, they'll have to figure out a way to root our corruption.. but how? (main point below) The main point I would like to make here is that a country's failure/success is dependent on its people, not the government. I advocate a bottom-up approach not top-down. If they are fair elections, then I suppose people are only getting what they deserve since they voted these heart-less criminals into government?
  4. You can still do that... just mark all the candidates. @darth vader... the only choice that people have is to change themselves individually and to help others change. Successful societies are made by people, as governments are also made up of the same people. You can vote for PTI, and this may be a successful short term effort... but the point of my OP was to raise the question about a long term effort. If Imran Khan died in the fall, where would that leave you? If he doesn't turn out to be the savior, where does this leave Pakistan? he may bring good changes for his term, but what comes after him? These questions are more directed towards true PTI believers to look beyond and think long term.
  5. I haven't heard too many good things about MWM or Sajid Naqvi... anyone support or speak against this?
  6. as true as that is... don't pakistanis see that as a major problem? we may be a democracy, but in a sense we're not because we're forced to choose between a few corrupt leaders. democracy is a failed system and i don't see why are unable to wake up to that. PTI may be the least worst, but most probably they still will not win. Leaders are only a collective reflection of the people and their mentality. Pakistan is a corrupt nation, and unless people themselves are willing to change, they shouldn't expect our leaders to either.
  7. There's a very good possibility that Imran Khan will not win these elections... so what's the plan after that? What's plan B? All these Pakistanis that want a revolution, what will you do if he's not elected and God forbid Nawaz Sharif, or worse, PPP wins? If IK wins, and not much changes, then what? I feel like everybody's putting all their eggs in one basket here, and placing way too much hope in the a system which has continuously failed to deliver.
  8. From Ahmad Al-Hassan's website: Sistani says: Join the Yamani before the Appearance of Imam Mahdi (pbuh) The Translation: Question: Will the Ansar of Imam Mahdi [pbuh] come out before his emergence? Answer: In the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Intensely Merciful Dear brother Muntazar Mawlah, Salam 3laykum waRa7matullah waBarakatu There are narrations which indicate that some of his supporters will invite people to pledge allegiance to him, and [those narrations] called for the necessity of joining such calls and [prevented] from dissenting from them. For example, one of the descriptions of the Yamani is that he (calls to your companion) and the assertion of joining his call has been reported. As well as the Pure Soul, sent from Imam Mahdi (may God hasten his reappearance) to Mecca just 15 days before the holy appearance, and he calls people to support the imam at the Masjid Al-Haram… So on one hand these guys call him the Dajjal, on the other they quote him to gather support... these people are quite dumb and whoever follows them may Allah swt save them. the word "shia" is just a word... it can be used in many ways and different forms. It can mean many things depending on who you talk to. Basically a word is subjective. Yes, the Ansars are primarily Shia... however this is somewhat a new branch of Shias that is holding to onto the majority of shia beliefs, and has added a new belief of believing in Ahmed Al-Hassan as his successor.
  9. Here is a list of questions for the Ansar... if they can answer all of these questions, than I'll happily become an Ansar and come to the call of Ahmed Al-Hassan. I'm not even going to get into the debate about the authenticity of the Will of the Prophet hadeeth... my arguments are Assuming that the Will of Prophet that is quoted by the Ansar is true.. then please answer the following: 1. a. Assuming the will is true, how do we know that Imam Ahmad Al-Hassan is the same person mentioned as the hadeeth? Just because someone has the same name, doesn't really prove much. How do we know he is not a false successor of the Mahdi? b. How do we know this is his real name and that he did not just change his name? 2. Assuming the will is true, than why do we not have similar hadiths from the remaining 11 Imams? The Will of the Prophet is not small thing. The 11 Imams have all talked about the Mahdi, is there anywhere where they have spoken of the Mahdi's successor? 3. If I don't believe in Ahmed Al-Hassan, what are the consequences? Please provide proof from Quran and Sunnah that it is mandatory to follow Ahmed Al-Hassan. 4. If Ahmed Al-Hassan is the successor, than why has he come before the Imam and not after? 5. How do we know Ahmed Al-Hassan actually exists? Please answer all of these,not just one, all questions, and I'll be a believer.
  10. Here is a list of questions for the Ansar... if they can answer all of these questions, than I'll happily become an Ansar and come to the call of Ahmed Al-Hassan. I'm not even going to get into the debate about the authenticity of the Will of the Prophet hadeeth... my arguments are Assuming that the Will of Prophet that is quoted by the Ansar is true.. then please answer the following: 1. a. Assuming the will is true, how do we know that Imam Ahmad Al-Hassan is the same person mentioned as the hadeeth? Just because someone has the same name, doesn't really prove much. How do we know he is not a false successor of the Mahdi? b. How do we know this is his real name and that he did not just change his name? 2. Assuming the will is true, than why do we not have similar hadiths from the remaining 11 Imams? The Will of the Prophet is not small thing. The 11 Imams have all talked about the Mahdi, is there anywhere where they have spoken of the Mahdi's successor? 3. If I don't believe in Ahmed Al-Hassan, what are the consequences? Please provide proof from Quran and Sunnah that it is mandatory to follow Ahmed Al-Hassan. 4. If Ahmed Al-Hassan is the successor, than why has he come before the Imam and not after? 5. How do we know Ahmed Al-Hassan actually exists? Please answer all of these,not just one, all questions, and I'll be a believer.
  11. Here is a list of questions for the Ansar... if they can answer all of these questions, than I'll happily become an Ansar and come to the call of Ahmed Al-Hassan. I'm not even going to get into the debate about the authenticity of the Will of the Prophet hadeeth... my arguments are Assuming that the Will of Prophet that is quoted by the Ansar is true.. then please answer the following: 1. a. Assuming the will is true, how do we know that Imam Ahmad Al-Hassan is the same person mentioned as the hadeeth? Just because someone has the same name, doesn't really prove much. How do we know he is not a false successor of the Mahdi? b. How do we know this is his real name and that he did not just change his name? 2. Assuming the will is true, than why do we not have similar hadiths from the remaining 11 Imams? The Will of the Prophet is not small thing. The 11 Imams have all talked about the Mahdi, is there anywhere where they have spoken of the Mahdi's successor? 3. If I don't believe in Ahmed Al-Hassan, what are the consequences? Please provide proof from Quran and Sunnah that it is mandatory to follow Ahmed Al-Hassan. 4. If Ahmed Al-Hassan is the successor, than why has he come before the Imam and not after? 5. How do we know Ahmed Al-Hassan actually exists? Please answer all of these,not just one, all questions, and I'll be a believer.
  12. the makers of this video follow a self proclaimed successor of the 12th imam... he calls himself Imam Ahmed Al-Hassan and says in some places he is the son of 12th Imam and in others that he his successor. The proof he gives is a fabricated hadith which says after the 12 Imams, there will be 12 Mehdis, and he says he is the first of those. In reality he has no proof but very fabricated hadiths. (other background... he made his claim in 1999, he is supposedly in Iraq, there are not pictures of him, there are audio sermons and books by him). I really would have no problem with this guy, but one of his objectives is to kill the current shia marja... and this video is good enough proof of his enmity towards our scholars. One of the most disturbing aspects of this video and the series is that this series was created by the same person that has created the Arrivals. These guys are coming in the cloak of Shia Islam and trying to destroy us. The enemy is currently attacking us on many fronts, and the most significant are the following: 1. Marjiat/Scholarship/Taqlid - Shia strength comes from this, and they know this. 2. Khums - Marjiat is funded by khums. 3. Kerbala. Ultimately attack on our ideology and thought. And the Arrivals and this other series is nothing more than a very clever attack. Beware!
  13. please read this article... they are beheading people http://www.counterpunch.org/2012/12/17/descent-into-holy-war/
  14. most of the speculations made by OP are wrong... for example his speculation on Hajj this year.
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