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  1. Sorry... I saw this topic in a Google search and I wanted to ask... So what if the mattress is Najis? Are you going to be doing Salah on your bed!? If anything, I think it's just common sense that a bed is going to become a najis place.... especially in the case of married couples. So I don't understand what the big deal is?
  2. The turban in your picture is a lot more different than in the pictures lotfilms gave. His turbans are waaaay more fancy, this one in your picture is a messy "Sunni" type of style you'll even see the Taliban wearing. The only difference is that the Taliban wear a shiny type of black material 99% of the time. I wrap my turban all the time like the one in your picture. I still have to maintain that it is impossible to tie a turban like in the original pics through conventional means. There's just no way it could be done. It even looks as if perhaps that material is wrapped around some kind of inner hat/tube. To have wrapped it around the head like a normal turban is wrapped, and for the bottom to bend inwards to your skull like that defies the laws oh physics. I could be wrong, but that's doubtful unless somebody else can tell us how it's done.
  3. The beard has to be at least a fist-length long in both Sunni and Shia Islam. Let's think about the man who does not obey this... Either *he* is arrogant enough to disobey this rule (perhaps he doesn't care about the haram?), or he is simply uneducated on Islam to the point to not know it is haram. Either way, this shows he should not be trusted. If he is willing to do something like shave the beard - something that can be seen by literally everyone - imagine the sins he will commit in SECRET. I have heard that ancient Islamic courts did not even accept testimony from men with no beards. Then again, those are just dumb Wahabis, right? You want Muslims to be allowed to disobey whatever the want. Due to this mentality, the glorious Taliban has had to go as far as beating men who shave their beards because the amount of sins Muslims want allowance to commit is just endless. One thing I've learned from Muslims, is if they shave the beard, they have much more wrong with them, and severe flaws in their Iman. The same can be said about women with no hijab (aka [Edited Out]s). So no, I will not watch videos from this pile of trash. What has Shi'ism accomplished any way? When, besides modern day Iran, have Shias had their own State and ruled over it with pure Shariah (modern day Iran does not rule by Shariah even by Shia standards). Have the Shias ever ruled over the Kaabah? Certainly not. They've always been underdogs and Allah has made Sunnis more successful, and the true reason for Islam's spread on the Earth. If Shias could I'm sure they would take away all of the Sunnis' success even if that would mean Islam being an extremely unknown religion. And for your information, I used to love Shias and I wouldn't believe a word Sunnis told me about them. However, I will make an exception to what I am saying about this guy. If you can show me a video you think is beneficial for me - link me to it - and keep it under 20 minutes long, I will watch it. But you have not referred me to any one video so far. Wallah I will watch it if you can do this. But I think you Shias just keep getting funnier and funnier. You say you want an example of what I'm saying? Look at this thread: Keep in mind I found this at the very top of the forum... I've seen similar statements here before and there should be no doubt that there is much, much more. What's wrong with this statement? Well why would you even say something like that? Isn't it more important what Allah is thinking of you? Yet here this person is exhaulting Imam Mehdi not only over the Prophet (SAW), but over Allah as well! In Sunni Islam we don't talk like this... we don't even say "What would Rasooloolah (SAW) think of me now?". But you guys act like Imam Mehdi will be the one who judges you! Examples like this, and worse ones, are all over the place.
  4. I believe these are pre-wrapped turbans. I tie a turban all the time and I don't believe it is possible to tie it like this through conventional means. It has to be done (and probably sewed together) by a skilled fashioner, and it certainly is not done on someone's head.
  5. Beautiful, just beautiful. I looked him up on Youtube and was going to watch some of his stuff - then I saw his shaven face. That says enough about him, the hypocrite. I'm sure he can convince some people... the real problem is, how are you going to tell it to all the Shias who pray to the Imams or want you to come cry about Imam Hussein down at the Masjid? I have personally studied Jihad a lot and written essays on it.... if Shias are right I'd really like to know how it is that groups like Al Qaeda and the Taliban which have done and achieved so much for the Ummah can be "corrupt" Sunnis? And yes, Al Qaeda and Taliban are doing Jihad correctly and justly, and I'm sure I know more about it than this fraud with a shaven beard. See, with people like this you just have to look at their faces to see they are liars. Oh but I forgot... only Imam Mehdi can do Jihad. And until he comes back we have to sit around and let the Kuffar kill us. Shias on the Internet like to deny the true qualities of their religion. In doing so, they are just showing that they want their religion to be more like Sunni Islam. Not all of my post was talking about the followers of Shi'ism. And if you're agreeing with me that lots of Shias are committing severe shirk today, you must be saying that the majority of Sunnis are better Muslims than them. Cause Sunnis do not do this stuff.
  6. I would prefer to really not talk about it. It will just further derail this thread and cause worthless arguments. I will tell you a bit about it quickly though: When you see the fact that Shia Islam is already such a small part of Islam as it is, and the fact that so few Shias practice their religion, it really makes you wonder what it is about the religion that inspires so many people to practice it, or rather, not to practice it. I have met at least 10 Shias, not one practices. Not one of the Shia women I met wears hijab. Don't tell me this is not true, as I have seen at least two posts here on this very forum from Shias who are trying to practice, yet their families don't, and they call them "Wahabi" when they see them practicing. One of these posts was quite recent but I don't have the time to find it. Furthermore, Shias on this forum and elsewhere expect me to believe their religion is not full of any Bid'ah or Shirk, yet such things are practiced all over the Shia world to a very high degree. It's hard to understand why Allah would create a deen which has its truth so concealed that only a small part of the deen (Shias) are the chosen ones. What's interesting about Sunni Islam is that it is the single largest religious sect alive in the world today. The truth is that very few Sunnis practice extreme bid'ah, or more specifically, praying to an Imam, etc. A big part of my disbelief in Shia Islam is how incredibly insane the Shia mentality is towards current world events. I've heard Shias go as far to say that the Pakistani army are doing the will of Allah since they are battling extremism - this is pure unadulterated sickness. If we assume that Shia is the correct version of Islam, it makes no sense then how groups like Al Qaeda and the Taliban can be wrong (since they are Sunnis), yet they are so blessed in deen and fiqh, and in miracles they've recieved from Allah SWT. The Taliban was indeed the only Islamic government to rule by Shariah in the last 100 years or more. I know Iran claims this as well about their own country, but this is pure falsity. And that brings me to other point: That so many Shias hold high alleigence to this [Edited Out] state of Iran. I used to love Iran. I believed that it was the best country in the world. But when you look at the games this country plays, everything becomes clear as day. Furthermore, its claim that it rules by Shariah has been exposed, by its allowance of Western TV, music, etc, into its people's homes, by its failure to impose hijab properly, and engaging in unIslamic politics and friendship, paticularly with the United Nations. Even its men have adopted the dress and grooming of kuffar men, right down to shaving the beard (which is haram even in Shia Islam). There are a million other things that could be listed that Iran does which are haram even to Shia standards. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he would like to meet with Barack Obama. Well, the only true Muslim who would meet with someone like Barack Obama would be to kill him. But perhaps most of all, is how baffling it is to my mind that I am supposed to accept the Imams as infallible when there is not one mentioning of something like it in the Qur'an. I have seen Shias point to verses they say talks about this, and it was even more baffling how they could think these verses are referring in any way to the Imams being infallible. Shias like to say "Well there is no verse in the Qur'an either that says to accept Abu Bakr as Caliph". That is hardly the point. The point is that something so huge to the religion - that there are infallible Imams - higher than Prophethood - whom we must answer to, is not even addressed in Allah's final dictation to humanity. To be honest, I did basically become Shia for a day or so, and it felt so terribly wrong saying the Imam's are infallible and "Ali is the friend of God". I have repented from this. And yes, I am aware that Shias have "exposed" some Sunni hadiths to fit their interpretation, but Sunnis have also refuted this. It's been easy for many people to create new religions by using old scriptures to collaborate with what they want to be true, and this is basically what happened with Sunni texts that appear to predict the Shia version of events. Just because the Prophet (SAW) blesses Ali does not mean he should have been the first Khalifah, just as the fact that there is a Prophetic narration regarding "12 rulers coming in the future" does not mean this is regarding 12 Imams who we should accept as infallible. Furthermore, what bothers me about Shi'ism to some degree is that there are simply not enough sources available to study it. Most Shias do not know what their own books say. How then could one be a good practicing Shia, or go even further to propagate the word, unless they can be sure they know the full curriculum for a subject? I feel that today humanity has reached a high degree of education and information available like never before. This is very true when looking at how easy it is to find and spread information. Why then has Allah not made the "true" deen, Shi'ism more clear to humanity to be read? Perhaps this is an unimportant detail but it does bother me. Islam is the world's fastest growing religion. Indeed most people who revert to Islam, revert to Sunni Islam. Obviously this could be for a number reasons, but it still has to make you wonder. I also do not believe for a second that Shi'ism teaches that Sunnis are Muslims. I've seen texts (I wish I had saved them) which say Sunnis are Kuffar and doomed to Gehennam. I'm not sure, but I think I remember Imam Khomeni said something a long these lines. And indeed Iran oppresses Sunnis, and I have heard first hand that most Sunnis do not like it there. I can't fathom this (that all Sunnis are kuffar) as they account for over 85% of those who claim to be Muslim. Shias focus way too much on the Imams and the Mehdi. This is very true. I once met a Shia guy who was talking all about the Mehdi but when I asked him about Prophet Esa returning, he was clueless about it and said it will not happen. Is all Sunni Islam focuses on is La Ilaha Ill Allah, Muhammadar Rasooloolah. There are not all these other products to the religion which one must accept to be "Muslim". And no, our alleigence to Abu Bakr as Caliph, or Umar, is not a big part of the religion. It's rarely talked about unless you go really go indepth. And we love Ali just as much as we love Abu Bakr, Aisha, Umar, Fatima, etc. We can realize that there were probably mistakes made by some of these people, and maybe more than others, but we do not dwell on this as we do not want to slander any of the Ahul Bayt or Sahabah.
  7. Misconception after misconception. Let me clarify something: I am not unwilling to understand Shia beliefs. I was extremely close to becoming a Shia once. I know all about it. Also these divisions in Sunni Islam are not at all as big as you think they are. Now let me clarify what I mean by saying Allah has a body: I do not mean that Allah's "body" is anything like a living body of a creature, or anything immortal. We don't know how to describe this "body", in fact it would not be comprehendable to the human eye. We do not say that Allah is confined to this body and that he is incapable of seeing beyond wherever in the Universe this body is stationed. For whatever reason it is perhaps true that when Allah created the Universe, time, and physics, he wanted to give himself a "body", so perhaps when we meet Him we can feel closer to Him. But this "body" is hardly the extent of Allah, and he can certainly transcend far beyond it. You are far, far off if you think when I talk about Allah having a body that I am saying he is some type of Immortal with a human-like body. I maintain that quite a few religions teach that we will *see* Allah on the Day of Resurrection. Also I don't know about Shi'ism, But Sunni'ism does teach that Allah comes closer to the Earth at certain times, like before Fajr, and during Ramadan, etc. So if Allah does not at least have some type of physical object he gave Himself to represent Himself, then I don't know how to explain this. This thread has been meticulously derailed and now I am just defending my own beliefs.
  8. This was an absolutely insane post. Is all I'm going to bother replying to is: First of all, it is common sense and knowledge that other Shariahs were revealed to other Prophets. But you don't honestly believe any of these methodologies were known to the Arabs at the time of the Prophet (SAW), do you? Islam came partly *because* of how distorted and corrupted people turned religion into. It was common belief in these times that Allah wanted parents to bury their baby girls alive. Are you saying this was part of one of the previous Shariahs? It was very hard in these times to know the truth about Allah. Now let's take a look at what I said: I never said what the Prophet (SAW) was bending over *for*. People bend over for other things than Salah, you know. And as for this absurd claim that it is shirk that Sunni Islam teaches that Allah has some type of body, I am not even going to begin debating shirk with a Shia (what a joke). As much as Western Shias on Internet forums like to deny that Shia Islam has any form of Shirk, it is very well known that Shias in Iran and elsewhere pray to the Imams. I saw a video of Shias in the US sending prayer recordings to Imam Hussein's grave or something like that. And no, I am not going to go into this either. Finally, it is clear that most Shias do not know what their own books say, so I have no doubt that there could very well be verses in Shia texts which talk about Allah having a body. I am sure that Islam and even Christianity teach that those who goto heaven will *see* Allah on the day of Resurrection.
  9. Hmmmmm. Well first of all, Hadiths which are demeaning to women are hardly what I have a problem with. My problem is that a year or so ago, I came here and posted *Sunni* hadiths (which I believe in) which are somewhat similar to these Shia hadiths regarding women. I was flamed by several Shia women and basically told how wrong I am and that "Thank Allah Shia Islam does not have Hadiths like these". That's my issue: hypocrisy and lack of knowledge. It is crystal clear to me that 95% of Shias don't even know what their own books say. Yes, Sunni hadiths do say some bad things about women, Alhamdulillah. And I hope you feel the same way about yours if you are true to your religion. Now obviously I could not possibly have the time to sit down and read every Sunni Hadith that was given here: http://www.gateofknowledge.com/docs/siaesitta.htm However, I took a look at a few of them and I saw nothing wrong with them. So what if there's a narration that says Allah will put his foot over Gehennam? I don't know about Shi'ism, but Sunni Islam does indeed teach that Allah has some type of body. Also on some of the links I clicked at that site, they referred to something entirely different than what was been advertised, almost as if some severe errors were made in putting together the site. Also I see Shias again misinterpreting Sunni Hadiths. For example, the site refers to a Hadith where the Prophet (SAW) tries to commit suicide. If you research into this Hadith, you will find out that this happened *before* any signifigant revelation occurred. The Prophet (SAW) felt like killing himself because a long time had passed that Gabriel has not appeared to him, and the Prophet (SAW) thought Allah (SWT) had rejected him. This was before any dictation was given regarding suicide being a sin. Furthermore I believe every Islamic sect in general teachers that before Rasooloolah (SAW) was given any revelation, he was confused about religion and the only thing he knew for sure was Tawheed. Thus he could have not known that suicide is a sin. A similar example comes into play from things I've seen from Shias in the past. The relate other Hadiths to try and refute Sunnis, such as a Hadith that says the Prophet (SAW) was wearing only a small piece of cloth around his private parts, and when he bent over, it fell off and he became naked and exposed in front of everyone. This again, is totally represented improperly. The Prophet (SAW) was around six years old when this happened! I can see that perhaps you have indeed refuted the claims that Shi'ism preaches racism (at least in the Hadith I posted). However, that still does not explain these: (2) "(Narrated) Muhammad bin Yahya, from Ahmad bin Muhammad, from Muhammad bin Yahya, from Talha bin Zaid, from Abu Abdullah [as] said: The Messnenger of Allah [pbuh] said: Whoever volunterily let others sexually molest him, Allah will invest him with women's lust." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Book of Nikaah, Chapter: Who Let Others Sexually Molest Him, vol.5, p.549, narration 1. (3) "(Narrated Muhammad, from Ahmad bin Muhammad, from Ali bin al-Hakam, from Abdul-Rahman al-'Azramy, from Abu Abdullah [as] said: Amirul-Mu'mineen (Ali) [as] said: There are servant (men) of Allah who carry in their lions uteruses like those of women. (Abu Abdullah) Said: He was asked: Then Why they don't get pregnant? He (Ali) said: Because it is (placed) upside down. They also have glands in their anuses like that of the camel, if erupted they erupt with it, and if it cooled down, they cool down with it." ibid, narration 3. etc In a bit here I'm also going to go research anal sex, as I believe there are quotes in the Qur'an which say all sodomy is forbidden, and is punished with severity. In'Sha'Allah I will get back to you on that.
  10. Hmmmmm... I dunno. Nobody has anything to say about this? Strange...
  11. What do Shias think of these Hadith? I thought Shi'ism is full of justice and peace... or so I was told about a year ago by someone here on ShiaChat... ------ (1)"Narrated to us Ali bin Ahmad bin Abdullah bin Ahmad bin Abi Abdillah al-Barqi: Narrated my father, from his grandfather Ahmad bin Abi Abdillah, from his father, from Muhammad bin Abi Omair, from more than one person from the Truthful Ja'far bin Muhammad from his father, from his forefathers, peace be on them, said: One of the companions of Amirul-mu'mineen (Ali) complained to him his women. He [as] thus stood to address the public saying: O people, Obey not the women in any case, nor trust them with money, nor let them be in charge of the children, for if they are left to do what pleases them, they will lead (you) to troubles and aggress the rights of the lords. We found them to be unhesitant when they are in need, impatient when their (sexual) lust at peak, wasteful spending is part of them even if they are old, and self admiring follows them even at their senior age. They don't appreciate the "much" when they are prevented the "little". They forget the good and recall the bad. They rush to falsehood, insist on arrogance and follow Satan. So deal with them at any how, address them well that their deeds be well (as a result). al-Amaali: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, the 37th council, narration No. 6, p.172 (2) "Narrated few of our friends on the authority of Ahmad bin Abi Abdillah, from his father, from Wahab, from (Imam) Abu Abdullah [as] said: Amirul-Mu'mineen (Ali) [as] said: Men were created from Earth, and all they care for is the land. As for the woman, she was created from the man, and all she cares for is men, O Men, lock up your women". al-Kafi ( fil Furoo' ): al-Kulainy, Kitaab al-Nikah, Chapter What's Recommended for Women Who Reached pubery...; vol.5, p.337, narration 6. "Narrated Muhammad bin Omar bin Salamah bin al-Baraa' al-Hafiz al-Baghdadi: Narrated to us Ahmad bin Abdallah al-Thaqafi Abul-Abbas saying: Narrated to us Issa bin Muhammad al-Katib saying: Narrated to me al-Madayini from Ghiyath bin Ibrahim from the Truthful Ja'far bin Muhammad from his father from his grandfather, peace be on them, said: Ali bin Abi Talib [as] said: The brains of women are in their beauty, and the beauty of men is in their brains". al-Amaali: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, the 40th Council, narration No. 9, p.189 "Narrated Muhammad bin Ali Majilwaih: Narrated to us Muhammad bin Yahya al-'Attaar saying: Narrated to us Sahl bin Ziyad al-Adami saying: Narrated to me Othman bin Issa from Khalid bin Nujaih from Abu Abdallah [as] saying: Bad luck was discussed in his presence, he [as] thus said: Bad luck are to be found in three things: in the woman, vehicle (horse, mule, camel, donkey, etc) and house. As for the bad luck in the woman, it is due to her high dowery and her disobedience to her husband, the vehicle is due to its attitude, and the house is due to its narrowness, its bad neighbor and its defects". Al-Amaali: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, 42nd Council, Narration No.7, p.199, and in his al-Khisaal, Chapter of the Three, narration 53,p. 100 Ashorter version of this narration is also found in al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Book of Nikaah, Chapter: Nawadir, vol.5, p. 567, narration 51. Following is an interesting narration that induces us to ask whether Ali [ra] treated Fatimah [ra] as he advised the others: "Narrated to us Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Yahya al-'Attaar saying: Narrated to us my father from Muhammad bin al-Husain bin Abil-Khattab from Muhammad bin Sinaan, from Abi al-Jarood from Abu Ja'far al-Baqir [as] from his father, from his grandfather [as] saying: Amirul-Mu'mineen (Ali) [as] said: He who places himself in a suspicious position, let him not blame who misjudges him; and he who conceals his secret holds the choice. Any conversation surpasses two (people) will be spread around. Think well of your brother until you see of him otherwise, and think well of a word said by your brother if it is possible to be interpreted as such. Choose the truthful brothers and make lots of them, for they are your ornament in times of peace and your fort in times of need. Consult in your affairs those who fear Allah, and love the brothers according to their level of righteousness. Try to avoid the bad women, and ever be watchful of the best of them, if they enjoined good on you, disobey them so they won't have a hope to have you obey them in that which is no good". Al-Amaali: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, 50th Council, Narration No.8, p.250 (1) "Narrated to us Muhammad bin Musa bin al-Mutawakkil [ra] saying: Narrated to us Abdullah bin Ja'far al-Humairi, from al-Fadl bin 'Aamir, from Musa bin al-Qasim al-Bajaliy, from Thuraih al-Maharibiy, from Abu Abdullah [as] from his forefathers [as] saying: The Messenger of Allah [sawa] said: Three (types of people) if you don't wrong them, they will still wrong you: The low class, your wife and your servant". al-Khisaal: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, Chapter of the Three, narration 15, p.86 (2) "Narrated to us my father [ra] saying: Narrated to us Sa'd bin Abdallah, from Ahmad bin al-Husain bin Sa'eed, from Abu al-Husain al-Hadramiy, from Musa bin al-Qasim al-Bajaliy, from Jameel bin Darraj, from Muhammad bin Sa'eed, from al-Muhariby, from Ja'far bin Muhammad, from his father, from his forefathers, from Ali [as] saying: The Messenger of Allah [sawa] said: Three (type of situations) are good lie in them: Trickery in a war, promising your wife, and reconciliation between people. There are three (types of situations) where telling the truth becomes ugly: snitching, telling the man something he may dislike about his wife, and to disbelieve the man over the rumor. He further said: And there are three (types of people) sitting with them kills the heart: sitting with the low class, talking to women, and sitting with the wealthy people". al-Khisaal: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, Chapter of the Three, narration 20, p.87 (3) (Narrated) Ali bin Muhammad, from Salih bin Abi Hammaad, from Haroon bin Muslim, from Buraidah bin Mu'awiyah from Abu Abdullah [as] said: A man came to the Messenger of Allah [pbuh] saying: O Messenger of Allah, I have the greatest of what men carry (size wise), is it fine if I use my own animals, like a camel or a donkey? Because indeed women cannot handle mine. The Messenger of Allah [pbuh] said: Allah most Exalted did not creat you until He created who can handle you. The man left, but soon returned and repeated to the Messenger of Allah what he initially told him. The Messenger of Allah [pbuh] said: Why don't you seek a tall black woman? (Imam Abu Abdallah) Said: The man left, but soon returned to the Messenger [pbuh] saying: I really testify that you are indeed the Messenger of Allah. I looked for the type you asked me to seek and found who can handle me and I am contended". al-Kafi ( fil Furoo' ): al-Kulainy, Kitaab An-Nikah; Chapter Allah the Exalted Created for the People Their Peers; vol.5, p.336, narration 1. (1) Several of our friends narrated, from Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Issa, from al-Husain bin Sa'eed, from al-Husain bin 'Alwaan, from Sa'd bin Tareef, from al-Asbagh bin Nabatah said: Amirul-Mu'mineen (Ali) [as] said: Allah created the lust in ten parts, and has placed nine parts in women and one part for men. If it wasn't for the shyness that Allah gave them according to their lust parts, each man would have had nine women hanging to him." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Kitaab al-Nikah, Chapter The Virtues of Women's Lust Over The Men's, vol.5, p.337, narration 1.; al-Khisaal: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, Chapter of the Ten, Section: Lust Is Ten Parts, p.338, Narration 28. (2) "Several of our fellows narrated, from Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Khalid, from Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Abi Nasr, from whoever narrated to him, from Ishaaq bin Ammaar said: (Imam) Abu Abdullah [as] said: Verily, Allah made for the woman the patience of ten men, but when it hits her, she gets the lust power of ten men." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Kitaab al-Nikah, Chapter The Virtues of Women's Lust Over The Men's, vol.5, p.337, narration 2; al-Khisaal: Ibn Babawaih al=Qummi, Chapter of The Ten, Section: Woman Has Patience of Ten Men, p.339, narration 32 "Several of our fellows narrated, from Ahmad bin Muhammad bin Issa, from Muhammad bin Sinaan, from Abu Khalid al-Qammaat, from Durais, from (Imam) Abu Abdullah [as] said: I heard him (i.e the Imam) saying: Women were given an intercourse power of twelve (men) and the patience of twelve (men)." Ibid, p. 339, Narration 3. "Narrated to us my father [ra] saying: Narrated Ahmad bin Idris saying: Narrated to me Muhammad bin Ahmad, from Musa bin Omar, from Abdallah bin Jablah, from Hanan bin Sudair who said: I entered on Abu Abdallah [as] wearing a black shoe, and he said: Why are you wearing a black shoe? Did you not know there are three characteristics in it? The narrator said: I said, what are they, may I be your ransom? He [as] said: It weakens your vision, loosens your penis and brings you depression. On top of that, it is part of the arrogant apparel. Wear the yellow shoes, for in it is three characteristics. The narrator said: I said, what are they? He [as] said: It sharpens the vision, strengthens the penis and puts away the depression, and furthermore, it is part of the Prophets [as] apparel". al-Khisaal: Ibn Babawaih al-Qummi, Chapter of the Three, narration 50, p.99 * Similar reports are found in al-Kafi(fil-Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Kitaab: AzZay wat-Tajammul (Apparel & Beautification), Chapter: Shoe Colors, vol.6, p.465, narrations: 1, 2 & 4 (2) "(Narrated) Muhammad bin Yahya, from Ahmad bin Muhammad, from Muhammad bin Yahya, from Talha bin Zaid, from Abu Abdullah [as] said: The Messnenger of Allah [pbuh] said: Whoever volunterily let others sexually molest him, Allah will invest him with women's lust." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Book of Nikaah, Chapter: Who Let Others Sexually Molest Him, vol.5, p.549, narration 1. (3) "(Narrated Muhammad, from Ahmad bin Muhammad, from Ali bin al-Hakam, from Abdul-Rahman al-'Azramy, from Abu Abdullah [as] said: Amirul-Mu'mineen (Ali) [as] said: There are servant (men) of Allah who carry in their lions uteruses like those of women. (Abu Abdullah) Said: He was asked: Then Why they don't get pregnant? He (Ali) said: Because it is (placed) upside down. They also have glands in their anuses like that of the camel, if erupted they erupt with it, and if it cooled down, they cool down with it." ibid, narration 3. (4) "(Narrated) Muhammad bin Yahya , from Ahmad bin Muhammad, from Ali bin al-Hakam said: I heard Safwaan bin Yahya saying: I said to (Imam) al-Rida [as]: a man among your followers requested me to ask you about a matter, which he feared and embarassed to ask you (directly). He [as] said: What is it? I said: For the man to use the woman's anus. He said: He may. I said: Do you personally do that? He said: We do not do that." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Book of Nikaah, Chapter: Women's anuses, vol.5, p.540, narration 2. (5) "(Narrated) al-Hussain bin Ali bin Yaqteen said: I asked Abul-Hassan [as] about the permessibility for the man to have anal sex with women, he [as] said: It was made halal (permissible) in the Book of Allah, when (Prophet) Lot said: 11:78 Here are my daughters, they are purer for you and he knew it was not the vagina they were after." Tafseer al-Ayyashi, vol.1, p.157; Bihaar al-Anwaar vol.21, p.98; Tafseer al-Burhaan vol.2, p.230 (6) "Narrated Abdullah bin Abi Ya'foor: I asked Abu Abdullah [as] about approaching women thru their anus, he said: No Problem. He then recited: 2:223 Your women are as tilth unto you, so approach your tilth when (or how) ye will ." Tafseer al-Ayyashi, vol.1, p.110;Bihaar al-Anwaar Baqir al-Majlisi, vol.23, p.98; al-Burhaan fee Tafseer al-Qur'an: Hashim al-Bahraani, vol.1, p.219; Wasaa'il al-Shi'a: al-Hur al-Amily, vol.3, chpater 73: An-Nikaah wa Aadabuh (7) Narrated Muhammad bin Yahya, from Ahmad bin Muhammad, from al-Barqiy reporting (Imam) Abu Abdullah [as] sa saying: "If the man used the woman's anus, but did not ejaculate, there is no Ghusl on either one. But if he ejaculated, he must take a ghusl, not her." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): al-Kulainy, Book of Tahra, Chapter: What Mandates Ghusl on the Man and Woman, vol.3, p.47, narration 8 (1) "(Narrated) Ali bin Ibrahim, from Haroon bin Muslim, from Mas'adah bin Ziyad, from Abu Abdullah [as] said: Amirul-Mu'mineen (Ali) [as] said: Beware of marrying the Negros (zunj) for they are a distorted creation." al-Kafi (fil Furoo'): Book of Nikah, Chapter: Whom (the Imam) Disliked for Marriage Amongst the Kurdish, Negros and Others, vol. 5, p. 352, Narration 1. (2) (Narrated) Ali bin Ibrahim, from Ismael bin Muhammad al-Makki, from Ali bin al-Husain, from 'Amr bin Othman, from al-Husain bin Khalid, from whom he mentioned from Abu Ar-Rabi' al-Shami said: Abu Abdullah [as] said to me: Do not buy anyone who is a negro, but if you must, then (buy) the Nubians, for they are amongst those whom Allah the Exalted said about them: 5.14 From those too, who call themselves Christians, We did take a covenant, but they forgot a good part of the Message that was sent them . Surely, a time will come when they will remember that portion, and when the Qa'im (Mahdi) arise, a group of them will come to his support, but never marry anyone of the Kurdish (people) for they are part of the Jinn (demons) whom the screen was lifted from them" Ibid, narration 2 (3)" (Narrated) Several of our fellows from Sahl bin Ziyad, from Musa bin Ja'far, from 'Amr bin Sa'eed, from Muhammad bin Abdillah al-Hashimi, from Ahmad bin Yousuf, from Ali bin Dawood al-Haddaad, from Abu Abdullah [as] said: Marry not from the Negros nor the Khazar, for they have uteruses indicate they are unfaithful. He [as] further said: India, Sind and Qind not a single one of them is smart, meaning Qandaharis Ibid, Narration 3. Comments: Khazar is the area around the black sea, and Qandahar is in Afghanistan.
  12. I'm not meaning to generalize all Iranians into one category. That is not my purpose. And what I'm saying now has nothing to do with Shia vs. Sunni. But I am disgusted by the people in Iran who wanted the Reformist to win. Look at them roaming the streets... the men look just like Western men, no beards, etc. The women are either wearing hijab totally improperly or are not wearing it at all! Firstly, they wanted a Reformist to win who had totally unIslamic ideas and wanted to get close with the Western oppressors. And when you look at these people roaming the streets, I wonder how they can call themselves Muslims at all. Their lack of desire for Islamic government manifests itself in their physical appearance. The hypocrisy is so clear to me, yet to most people they have no clue.
  13. I would now like to add something... I feel I may have been a tad harsh by saying that what was said by others in this thread can be attributed to all Shias. While I do think that may be part of the truth, I also realize that most Sunnis on Internet forums reason the exact same way. So I think perhaps what I'm encountering here is simply the Westernization of the Muslim mind. It might not have anything to do with Shias. It is tragic, auoothubillah, that no one is providing references to their Shi'ite Hadiths. If we quoted the original and classic sources, then we would know the truth about what Shia Islam says about these subjects. Yet without such quotes, you fail miserably to prove that what I'm saying is against your sect. And if the reality is that Shia texts lack the addressing of such topics, then from an Islamic point of view you have no basis to condemn me, since you cannot prove me right or wrong. Thankfully, Sunni Islam addresses everything necessary in life, and even leaves enough traces of morality that those who crave knowledge will know what to do regarding subjects which are situational to modern times and were not known to the ancient Muslims. I still may not post again after this. As said previously, that will depend on the next replies. So if this is goodbye, may the peace and blessings of Allah be on those who follow guidance.
  14. I don't think I can possibly reply to everything that has been said, but I will do my best... You say I'm insane for telling you this. Yet do you bother to refute anything of the evidence or any of what I said? I used a very logical and Islamic argument. On top of this, you did not previously know (so it seems) that some Muslims deem voting to be Kufr.... this alone shows that you know nothing of the topic, Auooothubillah. Actually, I do not have much time on my hands, which is why I cannot possibly reply to everything. I know that Sunni Hadiths are "garbage"... but I believe in them. And Sunni Hadiths have everything to do with the "radical" Sunni ideology. The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was much like Shaykh Usama Bin Laden (h.a.). I don't know about Shia Hadiths... but this is how it is in reference to Sunni Hadiths. The fact that no one provides evidence from their Shia books proves that they don't have much knowledge on their religion. I have heard before that Shias have very violent basis' for their beliefs.... although I can't prove it and I don't know if it's true. I do not know where to find Shia books. Will you help me? If you don't know your own Hadiths, you can't claim to know what your religion teaches. This reason is why I did research on Sunni Islam and educated myself on the four main Hadith books regarding the subjects which I wanted to know. Upon request I will provide proof that these Hadiths are very much in favor of what I say. I've done so before on this forum for Shias and there response was "you were right... and this is why Sunni Hadiths are garbage". Trust me... I've heard the other side of the argument. *I* used to believe in it and preach it myself, lol! About this trouser story... how can you prove it's even true!? Because it was reported on a Pakistani site, it's the truth? Clearly you know nothing about Pakistan. Even so, the story may be true but the real reasons for killing the man may be hidden. He was a teacher... the West's definition of "education" is unimportant to Muslims and un-Islamic, at least until the Muslims have taken care of the much more important things. It is especially unimportant for females as their place is in the home.... we don't want the household to fall apart like it has in the West thanks to feminism. So many of these teachers *should* actually be killed for crusading against Islam. ALLAHU AKBAR. The fact that it mentions he was a teacher probably means *that* was indeed the real reason he was killed. And again, the Mujahideen are not angels and they can make mistakes. Not saying it was a mistake though. But from what I read, I didn't even see reference to *which* Mujahid group did this. It could have been a random group of people with their own agenda, not even linked to any militants! And the Mujahideen only kill in retaliation for murder or against those who spread mischief in the land. You know very well that I believe this, which makes your reasoning in pasting that verse silly and pretentious. Ohhhhhh..... so when is the Hezbollah going to help Afghanistan and Iraq? Chechnya? Sudan? Pakistan? Kashmir? Are these things even on its long term agenda, even assuming the group had great successes? What about attacking America? The original Muslims always attacked countries which attacked them. You say I know nothing of Islamic politics... but do you realize that Hezbollah and Hamas are purely political groups? Hezbollah even plays part in the Kufr politics of the Lebanese government. When's the last time you saw Ayman Zawahiri standing next to a politician? :-D Oh but I forgot.... playing politics is just as important or more important than fending off invaders. And those who choose to only fight against invaders no matter how bad the circumstance should be condemned. I know that this is what you believe, because if you didn't, you would tell Muslims to join Mujahideen groups instead of joining in politics. Why not join Hezbollah instead of doing something little like voting or becoming a politician? I'll tell you why... it's because most Muslims would rather live lives of luxury, telling themselves they're doing "Everything they can", when really they could be doing much more. They think life is about earning degrees, getting big time jobs, buying fancy cars, building homes, and raising a family. In reality, this is not what life is about, certainly not under times of persecution. I know what I'm talking about.... I have heard real Shias before say that Muslims should take up arms and help the Americans in the fight against Sunni Extremism. And clearly you know nothing about Islam. If you did, you would know that Islam is a very political religion, maybe the most political religion alive. Sharia't itself is a political system! So questions regarding Islam, whether it be Sunni or Shia, *have to* go down the political road. I know Shia Islam very well.... the only thing I do not know are the things regarding Shia politics. That's why I asked the questions I did... the very questions all of you are incapable of answering. One guy attempted to provide some Hadith but it was in Arabic and I don't read Arabic. On top of this, the writing was all scrambled and most of it was the letter "Thogh". I hope you don't blame me for not being able to read it :-PPP The lesser of two evils? Obviously you didn't read the article I provided. I believe that argument was refuted in it. And it's a pathetic argument with nothing to do with Islam. Islam does not *ever* tell us to commit evil, even a lesser evil, to achieve "good". Can you find any example of Islam telling us to do so? Your argument is childish and proves that you follow perverted, filthy scholars, just like Sunnis do. As I've said already.... if you need Zakat money.... do you drink alcohol as a bribe in exchange for money? That would also be the lesser of two evils... and that's just a mild example of what could be many examples. Why is voting an option when you could instead be fighting alongside the Mujahideen? Tell me. In the example of the original Muslims, was it considered an option to join the Mujahideen? I think the Qur'an addresses "those who stay at home" very clearly. No... you would choose *neither*. Unless of course it was a life or death situation and you were going to starve to death. But can you explain how voting in elections is a life or death situation? I guess Shias really believe that Muslims will be liberated through the politics of the non-Muslims. You don't think "true" Jihadists like Hezbollah have any chance of liberating us? Sad. Again, just a complete disregard for Islamic knowledge. Have you ever read the Qur'an in a language you understand? I have and I think it's very clear that fighting against oppressors is the only option. In fact, I'd say it's one of the major essences of the book. And fight with them until there is no more persecution and religion should be only for Allah; but if they desist, then surely Allah sees what they do. (8:39) And be not infirm, and be not grieving, and you shall have the upper hand if you are believers. If a wound hath touched you, be sure a similar wound hath touched the others. Such days (of varying fortunes) We give to men and men by turns: that Allah may know those that believe, and that He may take to Himself from your ranks Martyr-witnesses (to Truth). And Allah loveth not those that do wrong. (3:139-140) Fighting is enjoined on you, and it is an object of dislike to you; and it may be that you dislike a thing while it is good for you, and it may be that you love a thing while it is evil for you, and Allah knows, while you do not know.... (2:216) And that He might know the hypocrites; and it was said to them: Come, fight in Allah's way, or defend yourselves. They said: If we knew fighting, we would certainly have followed you. They were on that day much nearer to unbelief than to belief. They say with their mouths what is not in their hearts, and Allah best knows what they conceal. Those who said of their brethren whilst they (themselves) held back: Had they obeyed us, they would not have been killed. Say: Then avert death from yourselves if you speak the truth. And reckon not those who are killed in Allah's way as dead; nay, they are alive (and) are provided sustenance from their Lord. (3:167-169) O you who believe! What (excuse) have you that when it is said to you: Go forth in Allah's way, you should incline heavily to earth; are you contented with this world's life instead of the hereafter? But the provision of this world's life compared with the hereafter is but little. If you do not go forth, He will chastise you with a painful chastisement and bring in your place a people other than you, and you will do Him no harm; and Allah has power over all things. (9:38-39) O Prophet! urge the believers to war... (8:65) And (as for) those who disbelieve, some of them are the guardians of others; if you will not goto war, there will be in the land persecution and great mischief. (8:73) Oh but I forgot... only Imam Mehdi can make sense of the Qur'an, so I guess I'm SOL... :squeez: Any way, I thank everyone for teaching me more about Shias. I've learned a lot, especially in learning that they do not even know their own scriptures. You have no record of them. And I expect that I've also taught you about Sunnis :-). This will make the division between Sunnis and Shias even greater, which is a good thing Alhamdulillah, since the two groups obviously stand for different things. This may be my last reply. But again, I will stick to my word and provide those Sunni Hadith upon request. I will only reply again if I feel I have reason to or if I see something relevant or useful was posted. I will check this thread again tomorrow and see how it goes from there. So far, you've done nothing but remind me of what I used to believe in and the pitiful reasons for believing it. Remember, I nearly became a Shia. But when I didn't convert, I grew many different suspicions, one of which has come true. Many Shias have more of a passion for hating the Mujahideen than they do for loving Allah Sobhann'a Wa' Ta' Ala.
  15. This is the Sunni reason why voting for un-Islamic government makes one 100% a kaffir: http://theunjustmedia.com/Islamic%20Perspe...rticipation.htm The general basis for this ruling is mostly based all on Qur'an. So Sunni and Shia say the same things about voting. I advise you to repent immedietaly. I made the similar mistake of voting in the past and In'Sha'Allah my repentance is accepted and I am once again Muslim. I think it's just common sense that if you give approval to an un-Islamic leader and help put him in power, this is an act of Kufr. As Muslims we worship Allah by taking part in Sharia't. It is un-Islamic to give support to anything other than Sharia't, even if doing so might achieve something good. This is the same logic and situation as is regarding drinking alcohol as a bribe in exchange for money to give to Zakat. The politics of the kuffar are more corrupt than drinking alcohol since they use their politics to kill us and support un-Islamic laws. If you drink alcohol, you are still Muslim, but if you deny Allah's laws, you are a kaffir. Anyone who enjoys living with the Kuffar and agrees to their terms is a kaffir... this is what participation in their politics achieves and you will find that this is the mentality of many Muslims who participate in the politics of the Kuffar. Many of them do not even want to live under Sharia't. ----- In further reply to what was said earlier about Jihad, I would like to say... I am not advanced enough to know the ruling regarding situations as in carrying out bombing in places like public supermarkets around fellow Muslims. I must tell you - *the Mujahideen are not angels*. The Mujahideen can make mistakes. I only follow the mainstream "radical" Sunni Mujahideen. I question whether or not these major groups have attempted bombings in such places. Anybody can bring a bomb to a supermarket and blow it up. And if no group takes responsibility for such attacks... how do you know *who* did it? After watching hours and hours of footage from the Mujahideen I follow, I have not heard them doing such operations as in supermarkets. Their operations are almost always to kill combatants and dangerous apostates... not minor attacks with the intention of killing pure civilians. However, I still think that following such people is better than following the likes of the US government or the Iraqi government. Afterall, a Muslim is still a Muslim and a kaffir is still a kaffir. The worst Muslim is better than the best kaffir. And Jihad against aggressors is still Jihad, even if mistakes are made.
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