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  1. Muawiya was khalifah and then passed it down to Yazid. Is this khilafah restricted to Syam? Non-Salafi Sunnis also have similar narrations to the Shia. This salafi man is obviously a liar.
  2. Probably some differences in the understanding of the level of infallibility. But I doubt it’s major. but differences in opinion on the level of infallibility exists even for prophets. From my research and attending lectures, infallibility is due to knowledge. We are all “infallible” to some degree because of our knowledge. We wouldn‘t do X or Y because we have knowledge of somethings, be it from experience or second hand knowledge. Our level of “infallibility” is very low. Sometimes we have knowledge but lack taqwa. Even when we know something is bad, we may still do it. We can still commit sins, but there is a very high probability we won’t commit some sins, like murder or grand theft because we know the consequences here and the hereafter. Also, we have hijab which prevents us on seeing what awaits us, be it good or bad, The Imams’ infallibility is based on knowledge and wisdom that Allah has bestowed upon them, it’s not as if they are prevented from sinning. They have clearer vision and can see what’s ahead.
  3. Watch this video Mufti Farouk sahib (sunni) Urdu around: 4:44 Translation by Sheikh Ariff 13:35 Mufti Farouk disputing Abu Bakr's (translated by Sheikh Ariff) 19:39 You can also see how Mufti Farouk sahib dismantles the typical Sunni argument that the inheritance is only spiritual with the example of Nabi Zakaria (عليه السلام)
  4. I’ve been searching different narrators. People say there are many Hadith, but it’s a duplicate, so from my limited reasearch it looks like Khabar wahid. Can any of our Sunni brothers here post a different Hadith narrated from a different sahabi? one Sunni mufti during a Al Mahdis institute panel discussion said He did not accept Abu Bakrs hadith or something to that extent. I need to find the video of that
  5. I like him, open minded, but I just hate the fact he admires muawiyah because he thinks muawiyah is charismatic and is a little “naughty, naughty”
  6. Some Sunnis oppose mutaah but they have other variations which they are ok with. This is proof that Sahih Hadith abrogates the Quran https://sunnah.com/muslim:1406b they sometimes use the example of the prohibition of alcohol, but Alcohol was prohibited in the Quran explicitly in 2:219
  7. Salam, Almost every sect uses that Hadith and they claim their sect is the saved one. If you are "considering" switching, then what is it that you are considering? Which factor is causing you to consider?
  8. Search for: Ahlulbayt: Reborn Ahlulbayt: Documentaries
  9. Yes, I understand. But according to the Quran, even if news comes a evildoer, it doesn’t mean you just throw it away, you can use it but you need to verify it, use it and cause mischief with it. So why is it by Qur’anic standards, did Allah say it’s ok to use the info brought by an evildoer after the info is verified but we want to toss something good brought by Sheikh Saduq (رضي الله عنه). The problem is when ignorant people claim it’s 200% Sahih and is a part of our aqeedah. Quran 49:6: O believers, if an evildoer brings you any news, verify ˹it˺ so you do not harm people unknowingly, becoming regretful for what you have done. I mean I don’t have an opinion on this, I’m just a lay person, I rely on our scholars too. But from what many scholars have said it’s ok and thus type of day is found in Sunni Sahih Hadith. So this is not a Sunni Shia issue at all as far as the wording or concept of tawassul goes. Of course on matters of halal and haram our scholars are more strict.
  10. wa alaikumussalam It's NOT authentic from the point of view of sanad. It has a broken chain, nothing connects it from Sheikh Saduq (رضي الله عنه) to any of the Imams. But the content, according to most scholars, based on "qaedah at tassamuh fi adilat assunnan" it's permissible to recite it and some say even recommended. The other objection I've heard is this part: إِنِّي تَوَجَّهْتُ بِكُمْ https://www.duas.org/tawassul.htm I can't say too much about this, but most scholars I've talk to don't find this objectionable. Some do, and you can watch the objections by the group at Al-Mahdi institute. You can email the offices of the various maraje to clarify this with them. But as a side note, this type of wording is also found in sunni hadith (Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah, Naisaburi) (sahih, and according to Hakeem Al naisaburi sahih with the conditions of the sheikhain ) https://sunnah.com/tirmidhi:3578 إِنِّي تَوَجَّهْتُ بِكَ إِلَى رَبِّي فِي حَاجَتِ So it's not something ground breaking or shocking. Tawassul is found on both sides of the divide. The dua itself cannot be established as sahih from the point of view of the chain of narrators. But it doesn't mean that is' bad or a sin to recite. Here's what Samahat Sayyid Kamal Al-Haydari has to say about the sand-centric approach but not paying enough attention to content.
  11. My point was simple, if you use QURAN ONLY, can you point where it says "I need to pray 5 times a day"? Does it? Go re-read my statement again in case you don't understand. Let's look at your points 11:114 Sahih International: And establish prayer at the two ends of the day and at the approach of the night. Indeed, good deeds do away with misdeeds. That is a reminder for those who remember. You claim 3 salats, fajr (at one end) and maghrib and isya (the other end). But tell me, where does it explicitly say "1 at one and and 2 at the other end" ?? Where? If you DID NOT HAVE HADITH, how would you conclude that? You can claim that because you can map the solutions you already have to the verses in the Quran. Suppose you didn't know what the salats were, now can you still tell me that there are 2 salats at one end of the day and 1 salat at the beginning of the day? 50:39 Sahih International: So be patient, [O Muhammad], over what they say and exalt [Allah] with praise of your Lord before the rising of the sun and before its setting, You claim "This seems to refer to Salat al-fajr, Salat al-asr and Salat al-'isha." Again it says salat before the rising sun and before the setting sun, 2 salats, no 3. Again, WITHOUT HADITH, how would you know which salat is which is? My point was simple, salat is in the Quran, Imamah is also in the Quran. Period. End of. But when it comes to Imamah they say "no no no Quran only show me 12, show me 12 explicitly". I didn't say which one was more detailed and which one is less detailed. Go read my statement again, where did I claim, as you seem to infer "Salat and Imamah both have very detailed evidences in the Quran, both equally presented" Where did I say that?
  12. My problem when I was sunni, nobody could answer this verse وإذ ابتلى إبراهيم ربه بكلمات فأتمهن قال إني جاعلك للناس إماما قال ومن ذريتي قال لا ينال عهدي الظالمين People are always asking "show me a verse of the 12 imams". I don't get it, show me a verse that says I need to pray 5 times a day. Then they bring out Hadith. صـلـّوا كـمـا رأيـتـمـونـي أصـلـّي، I said "No brazar, no no no, you naughty naughty, only Quran, only Quran" Then we can debate if aqidah ONLY comes fro the Quran or not.
  13. That greeting of radhi Allah anha is up to you, neither wajib nor prohibited. I chose to do it for her, because she is Rasulullah's (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) wife. Whether or not Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) will be pleased with her is not up to me. She has to answer for the blood that has been shed for the mischief she created.
  14. No I don’t honor her more than what she deserved. She was with the group of transgressors. If anything it’s only for the sake of Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). I don’t have to prove anything, we all know how she behaved, part of the party who created mischief and loss of life, acting very badly in front of Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). To the extent that her faith was put into question, Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) couldn’t even take it her insolence, but Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) was patient. Imam Ali (عليه السلام) acted just like Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم), patient and treated her with respect.
  15. No, I disagree, Imam Ali (عليه السلام) honored ummul Mu’minin Aisha (رضي الله عنه), although she was CLEARLY with the gang who even Some ahlus sunnah scholars themselves have said were bughat. As pointed by some hadith here, that even Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) slapped her due to her insolence. I have no idea why people try to raise her status to a level even she never said she was. you can compare how Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) treated her and how Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه), and therein lies the difference. Which sunnah do you want to follow? The sunnah of Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) or Rasullullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)? Slap her or be patient with her? But still, she is ummul Mu’minin (رضي الله عنه) and we should treat her like how Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) treated her, with respect.
  16. If we want to pick and choose, then we can say Sheikh Adnan Arour supports ISIS and represents Ahlus-Sunnah. He even asks Israel to help their soldiers. But of course that would be dishonest, Arour is a scoundrel and he doesn’t represent Ahlus-Sunnah. Neither do YH and his gang represent Shia.
  17. Cyrax, the hadith about inheritance is found in Sahih Muslim, and as far as I know nowhere else, no other sahabah has quoted this…. unless someone kind point me to the contrary. Is there another source or is the something which other sahabah also testified to? Ummul Mu’minin Aisha (رضي الله عنه) also said something similar. I’ve been searching for a while. Because what we have here is that Fatimah (عليه السلام) disagreed with (what I believe to be khabar al ahad hadith), she gave her arguments but it was dismissed. This hadith is actually his ijtihad. Quite simply, I’ll put it to you blatantly, he Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) either made it up or mixed it up with something. Because if you want to compare it to the Quran or the statement of Fatimah (عليه السلام) then someone is mistaken. also the opinion of Imam Ali (عليه السلام) is probably not what has been recorded in Sahih Bukhari. Imam Ali (عليه السلام) was Fatima’s (عليه السلام) witness…did he just change his mind after hearing the hadith from Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه)? Makes no sense at all. Also the hadith is goes against the Quran: Chapter (27) sūrat l-naml (The Ants) http://www.everyayah.com/data/images_png/27_16.png Sahih International: And Solomon inherited David. He said, "O people, we have been taught the language of birds, and we have been given from all things. Indeed, this is evident bounty."
  18. Mufti Faruq (Sunni) in the discussion about Fadak at Al-Mahdi institute said this was a mistake on Abu Bakr's (رضي الله عنه) part. This Hadith about not leaving anything for their heirs has no basis, according to Mufti Saab. Can any of our Sunni brothers bring me other narrations which can support: "the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:" We do not have any heirs; what we leave behind is (to be given in) charity"
  19. Agreed, there is some weight with regards tot the support of the people. I think it's the people loss. However, the point I'd like to make is, the bayah goes against what, as argued by Shias, has been put forward by Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). The outcome of the bayah is the people's wish, and Ali (عليه السلام) respected that. But it's definitely not what Rasullallah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) wanted. IMHO, If you analyze one of the Hadith in Sahih Bukhari, you will see that Saqifah was not a conspiracy like what some say. However the people already had an idea of what they wanted after the demise of Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) The excerpt below is from a long Hadith narrated by Ibn Abbas (Sahih Bukhari 8,82,817). So the version that Ali (عليه السلام) immediately gave bayah can be thrown out the window, it's fabricated. You will also find that things were already planned: If you read the Hadith towards the end you'd see that Umar (رضي الله عنه) didn't want to see the khilafah to fall in the hands of the Ansar So Umar's (رضي الله عنه) real wish was to never hand over the reigns of leadership to the Ansar, even though he did say he would agree to it if that happened. But things were already planned by them. I didn't find any source wrt Saqifah where one of the companions said "Rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) already gave signs that Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه), who led the prayer, was the most beloved, was in the gave with him, had qualities of a prophet, should be the khalifa" . I see people quoting Tarikh Al-Islam. Could someone point to me if I have missed this where people presented the fadhail of all the candidates at Saqifah in Sahih as-sittah? Seems to me the justifications of certain individuals for the khilafat were made by post-Saqifah scholars. These arguments were not cited during Saqifah according to the sources I've seen, except for the Tarikh Al-Islam which shows Umar citing some fadhail of Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه).
  20. NO! One sunni alim claiming or refuting doesn't really make it an evidence. This actually surprised me. Actually what that sunni alim said also shocked a few other sunni ulama to be honest I'm saying that I do not know what exactly are the evidences you regard to be the strongest because this will vary from the ulama you speak to or listen to. Like I said, one alim said leading the prayer has nothing to do with Abu Bak (رضي الله عنه) being appointed. SO obviously, it seems, his point of view and yours are different. So that's not an issue as I don't think there is real consensus behind what Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) was elected. To me, it doesn't matter because those "evidences" are not even valid. But I would like to know what "evidences" you have put forward in your past discussions. So from YOUR point of view, what is your strongest claim? If you look at the kitab fadhail as-sahaba fi Sahih you can find many claims in there and different ulama will pick different virtues to support their claims. So which ones do you regard as the strongest?
  21. I think one of the claims that the isharah that Rasullallah gave to the people about Abu Bakr(رضي الله عنه) should lead the ummah was the fact that he was asked to lead the salat. Is the correct or incorrect? There are may other claims too, but the texts and discussions I've had points to this incident. Yaqeen institutes brief paper on this seems to point to this. This is one of the claims: Narrated Abu Musa: "The Prophet (ﷺ) became sick and when his disease became aggravated, he said, "Tell Abu Bakr to lead the prayer." `Aisha said, "He is a softhearted man and would not be able to lead the prayer in your place." The Prophet (ﷺ) said again, "Tell Abu Bakr to lead the people in prayer." She repeated the same reply but he said, "Tell Abu Bakr to lead the people in prayer. You are the companions of Joseph." So the messenger went to Abu Bakr (with that order) and he led the people in prayer in the lifetime of the Prophet. Some sunni ulama I've heard from have also completely rubbished this claim, they (some sunni ulama) claimed that saqeefah was ad-hoc committee which had nothing to do with what Rasullullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) had ordered, they accept it, but it's not divine. As in the words of Umar (رضي الله عنه) "the allegiance with Abu Bakr was a faltah but Allah saved us from its evil" But I want to know which claims is the strongest? Yaqeen institute also did a brief paper, but it's compelling, so I know the arguments from their side. From the Shia side, on the issue of Imamah and Wilayah of Amirul Mu'minin (عليه السلام) it's mostly unanimous.
  22. Even Sheikh Uthaymeen (رضي الله عنه) said that Ali (عليه السلام) thought that he (عليه السلام) was more deserving of the khalifas than Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه) and others. So to say that he willingly accepted the khilafat of the 3 others is false. That's why letter 6, in light of the events surrounding the issue of khilafah is regarded as an argument against Muawiya. Because it's quite obvious, Imam Ali (عليه السلام) : 1-Thought he was more deserving to them all (as stated by Sheikh Uthaymeen (رضي الله عنه) in At-Ta'liq ala Sahih Muslim (shown below) Annahu ahaqqu min Abu Bakr 2-Did not give Baiah for 6 months (according to Sahih Bukhari)
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