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    hadez803 got a reaction from aaljibar in Help On Salatul Layl!   
    No. But you eventually have to perform the prayers you have missed. How about doing this: Instead of the first 8 raka of salat al-layl perform 8 rakas of missed prayers then perform the shaf and witr prayers, until all your missed prayers have been finished.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from HakimPtsid in Mahdi and the 313   
    Since the time that the followers are acting exactly according to the laws of their religion:
    “The utterance of the [book or religion] of Bayan in the day of the appearance of his Highness A`la (meaning the Bab) was to behead, burn the books, destroy the monuments, and massacre [everyone] but those who believed [in the Bab’s religion] and verified it,” Abdu’l-Baha, Makatib (Egypt: 1330 AH), vol. 2, p. 266.
    The Babis that fought at Fort Tabarsi were a bunch of Barbarians who murdered delegates and burned down innocent villages that refused to give them free provisions. Don't even dare to compare them to the 313 special companions of Imam Mahdi.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from HakimPtsid in Mahdi and the 313   
    Oh great! I love how Baha'is try to portray the Bab and his followers as peaceful people fighting for a just cause. Babi history was distorted by Babis and Baha'is with the intention of making it look like the Bab was the Mahdi. The reason the Iranian government was fighting against the Babis is this: The Bab was the equivalent of a 19th century ISIS with barbaric laws in his religion called the BAYAN. These laws were so barbaric that the Baha'i leader Abdu'l-baha had no choice but to confess that:
    “The utterance of the [book or religion] of Bayan in the day of the appearance of his Highness A`la (meaning the Bab) was to behead, burn the books, destroy the monuments, and massacre [everyone] but those who believed [in the Bab’s religion] and verified it,” Abdu’l-Baha, Makatib (Egypt: 1330 AH), vol. 2, p. 266.
    In order to fulfill these laws the Babis wreaked havoc in Iran and they were suppressed by the Persian government. But Babi and Baha'i historians will portray the Babis as oppressed saints. Professor Edward Browne the British orientalist narrates how the Babis fought at Fort Tabarsi by killing government envoys and burning down defenseless villages that they wanted to plunder:
    "During this revolt the Bábís took up a fortified position 10 or 12 miles from Bárfurúsh, at the shrine of Shaykh Tabarsí, near the river Tálár; they were few in number, but determined and fanatic, and after putting several envoys of the authorities to death, they prepared for a siege by collecting provisions from the neighbouring country; whenever the villagers hesitated or refused to give what they required, their houses were burnt about their ears." (Professor Edward Browne, Materials for the Study of the Babi Religion, p. 241 (circa. 1918))"
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    What special character? What kind of followers, Opium smokers, rioters and killers!? What was the quality of that revelation? Burning non-Babi books and destroying all non-Babis? Even today Baha'is struggle to retain followers. People are getting out of Baha'ism more than joining it. Baha'is claim that their largest community in India is comprised of over 1.8 million people while the India government census reveals their number to be 4172 people! This is the case for many other countries also. I can share verifiable proofs with you.
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    Ok. I just saw that book, Balyuzi quotes it from "Kitab-i-Hearsay", hope you know what that stands for!
    Do you want me to quote some nasty things from Memoirs, Chronicles, Diaries and Pilgrim notes?
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in My Argument Against the Baha'i Faith   
    1- Are you a Baha'i?
    2- Did you even read what I posted. Baha'u'llah stating in the most explicit manner while he was imprisoned that HE THE IMPRISONED IS Allah? No one could claim to be God in a more clear manner. He didn't stop just there. He even went one step further and state that he is the creator of Gods:
    "All Gods became Gods from the flow of my affairs and all Lords became Lords by the overflowing of my decree (kul al-uluh min rashhi ‘amri ta’llahat wa kul al-rubub min ṭafh hukmi tarabbat)." (Abdu’l-Baha, Makatib, vol. 2, p. 255)
    No matter how hard you try to justify these statements, there is no denial that this person is openly claiming that he is Allah and displaying extreme forms of heresy.
  7. Haha
    hadez803 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in My Argument Against the Baha'i Faith   
    To discredit Baha'ism there is no need to make mystical arguments about heaven and hell. While the founder Baha'u'llah was imprisoned he would run around claiming in the clearest and most explicit manner that he, the imprisoned person, is Allah:
    «انه لا اله الا انا المسجون الفرید» : بهاءالله، آثار قلم اعلی، ج 1، لوح 39
      «نیست خدایی جز من زندانی تنها»
    "There is no God but me the lonely, the imprisoned." (Baha'u'llah, Athar-i Qalam-i Ala, vol. 1, no. 39)
     
     «لا اله الاّ انا المسجون الغریب الفرید» بهاءالله، آثار قلم اعلی، ج 3، لوح 230
    «نیست خدایی جز من زندانی غریب تنها»
    "There is no God but me the imprisoned, the stranger, the lonely." (Baha'u'llah, Athar-i Qalam-i Ala, vo3. 1, no. 230)
     
    «كذلك امر ربك اذكان مسجوناً فی اخرب البلاد» بهاءالله، آثار قلم اعلی، ج 1، لوح 57
    «اینگونه امر كرد پروردگارت، زمانی كه زندانی بود در خراب‌ترین شهرها»:
    "Your Lord ordered in this manner while he was imprisoned in the most desolate of the lands" (Baha'u'llah, Athar-i Qalam-i Ala, vol. 1, no. 57)
     
    The guy before him, the Bab was a completely mentally unstable man. He started his will by this completely retarded statement where he asks his successor, Azal, to testify that the Bab is God then to testify that Azal himself is God:
    “Name of Azal, testify that there is no God but I, the dearest beloved. Then testify that there is no God but you, the victorious and permanent.”

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    hadez803 got a reaction from Rashīd al-Hanafī in Bahai prophecies ?   
    As a human being I also believe that the essence of God is unknowable, but Baha'u'llah begs to differ. He does not claim he is a mirror of God's attributes. He claims he is God himself:
    "In it has been born he who has not been born nor begots" (Ishraq Khawari, Ayyam'i tis'ih, p. 50 [citing Baha'u'llah])
    And please don't impose your non-orthodox beliefs on Islam. Muhammad was not a manifestation of God. Baha'u'llah made up this concept and there is no such concept in Islam.
  9. Subhanallah!
    hadez803 got a reaction from Rashīd al-Hanafī in Bahai prophecies ?   
    Well, well well, if it isn't Sen McGlinn. Allow me to give you some sources with context and value. How about we use the book of the Prominent Baha'i author and pioneer, Ishraq Khawari. Namely his work Ayyam'i Tis'ih reproduced by Kalimat press with the permission of the Baha'i universal house of justice.

     

     
    On page 50 of this book for the event of his own birthday Baha'u'llah claims that this is a day (or night) that:
    "ولد فیه من لم یلد و لم یولد"
    "In it has been born he who has not been born nor begots" (Ishraq Khawari, Ayyam'i tis'ih, p. 50 [citing Baha'u'llah])
    The second section is a clear reference to verse 112:3 of the Quran that states Allah "has not been born nor begots" yet Baha'u'llah claims that person that is not born is he himself and in fact HE HAS BEEN BORN.
    This statement is so wrong on so many levels that I am not even going to waste my time explaining it any further.
     
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    There are two types of beliefs. Baha'u'llah says both are correct. Read Baha'u'llah's tablet to Jamal-i-Burujerdi. He says its ok if someone believes that Baha'u'llah is that "unknowable" God and it is also Ok if someone like you doesn't believes that. Do you want me to quote that part of Tablet?
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    As a human being I also believe that the essence of God is unknowable, but Baha'u'llah begs to differ. He does not claim he is a mirror of God's attributes. He claims he is God himself:
    "In it has been born he who has not been born nor begots" (Ishraq Khawari, Ayyam'i tis'ih, p. 50 [citing Baha'u'llah])
    And please don't impose your non-orthodox beliefs on Islam. Muhammad was not a manifestation of God. Baha'u'llah made up this concept and there is no such concept in Islam.
  12. Haha
    hadez803 got a reaction from Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    Well, well well, if it isn't Sen McGlinn. Allow me to give you some sources with context and value. How about we use the book of the Prominent Baha'i author and pioneer, Ishraq Khawari. Namely his work Ayyam'i Tis'ih reproduced by Kalimat press with the permission of the Baha'i universal house of justice.

     

     
    On page 50 of this book for the event of his own birthday Baha'u'llah claims that this is a day (or night) that:
    "ولد فیه من لم یلد و لم یولد"
    "In it has been born he who has not been born nor begots" (Ishraq Khawari, Ayyam'i tis'ih, p. 50 [citing Baha'u'llah])
    The second section is a clear reference to verse 112:3 of the Quran that states Allah "has not been born nor begots" yet Baha'u'llah claims that person that is not born is he himself and in fact HE HAS BEEN BORN.
    This statement is so wrong on so many levels that I am not even going to waste my time explaining it any further.
     
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Badi19 in God Does Not Change His Method of Dealing   
    Well if that is the case then you are not a Baha'i because Baha'u'llah implicitly states:
    "Salutations be upon the Master of the World and the Teacher of the Nations (prophet Muhammad) by whom came to an end Messengership and Prophethood and [salutations] be upon his progeny and companions." (Baha'u'llah, Ishraqat wa chand lauh digar, p. 293)
     (اشراقات و چند لوح دیگر ص 293)"السّلام علی سيّد العالم و مربّی الامم الّذی به انتهت الرّسالة و النّبوّة و علی آله و اصحابه "
    As you can see even Baha'u'llah admits that Prophet Muhammad is the seal of both prophets and messengers but you somehow claim to be a Baha'i but deny this.
    Baha'u'llah knew there would be no prophets and messengers after prophet Muhammad so he devised a new plan. If he were to claim he was prophet or messenger everyone would oppose him, so he claimed that he was God Almighty Himself. This is pretty obvious in his writings where he explicitly makes this claim numerous times. For example when he was imprisoned he would claim:
    "There is no God but me the lonely, the imprisoned." (Bahā’u’llāh, Āthār-i Qalam-i A`lā (Canada: Mu’assisiyi Ma`ārif Bahā’ī, 1996), vol. 1, no. 39, p. 226)
  14. Haha
    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    in English !!!!
    You mean Arabic? Yea. But his Arabic was of very high Quality!!! Only Baha'i Scholars can grasp it!!! Sometimes his God revealed him verses in mixed languages!! Arabic and Persian mixed.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    According to Baha'u'llah's own sister Baha'u'llah and his followers committed many murders in Iraq:
    " They gathered a group of hooligans from different provinces of Iran and from the same places fugitives who had never believed in any religion and had no faith in any prophet and had no work but manslaughter and had no occupation but stealing peoples’ property. Even though they claimed they were following [the customs] of Ḥusayn (the grandson of the Prophet Muḥammad who was ruthlessly murdered by Shimr on the orders of Yazīd) they summoned a group of Shimr-like people around themselves. The breath of any soul who uttered anything but what they were satisfied with was suffocated. They beat any head which made the slightest sound other than accepting their guardianship. They cut every throat which showed other than humbleness towards them. They pierced every heart which had love towards other than them. The first group whose names we previously mentioned fled to Karbala, Najaf and elsewhere fearing those bloodthirsty headsmen. They beheaded Sayyid Ismā`īl Iṣfahānī, they ripped Mīrzā Aḥmad Kāshī’s guts, they killed Āghā Abul-Qāsim Kāshi and threw his body in the Tigris river, they finished Sayyid Aḥmad with a gun, they scattered Mīrzā Ridhā’s brain with rocks, they cut Mīrzā `Alī’s body from the sides and pushed him unto the path of demise. Other than these, they killed others in the darkness of night and threw their bodies in the Tigris river; yet others were killed in the Bazaar in daylight and cut to pieces with daggers and machetes." ( Izziye Khānum (Khānum Buzurg), Tanbīh al-nā’imīn, pp. 11–12 )
     
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Mohammadi_follower in Bahais in iran   
    According to Baha'u'llah's own sister Baha'u'llah and his followers committed many murders in Iraq:
    " They gathered a group of hooligans from different provinces of Iran and from the same places fugitives who had never believed in any religion and had no faith in any prophet and had no work but manslaughter and had no occupation but stealing peoples’ property. Even though they claimed they were following [the customs] of Ḥusayn (the grandson of the Prophet Muḥammad who was ruthlessly murdered by Shimr on the orders of Yazīd) they summoned a group of Shimr-like people around themselves. The breath of any soul who uttered anything but what they were satisfied with was suffocated. They beat any head which made the slightest sound other than accepting their guardianship. They cut every throat which showed other than humbleness towards them. They pierced every heart which had love towards other than them. The first group whose names we previously mentioned fled to Karbala, Najaf and elsewhere fearing those bloodthirsty headsmen. They beheaded Sayyid Ismā`īl Iṣfahānī, they ripped Mīrzā Aḥmad Kāshī’s guts, they killed Āghā Abul-Qāsim Kāshi and threw his body in the Tigris river, they finished Sayyid Aḥmad with a gun, they scattered Mīrzā Ridhā’s brain with rocks, they cut Mīrzā `Alī’s body from the sides and pushed him unto the path of demise. Other than these, they killed others in the darkness of night and threw their bodies in the Tigris river; yet others were killed in the Bazaar in daylight and cut to pieces with daggers and machetes." ( Izziye Khānum (Khānum Buzurg), Tanbīh al-nā’imīn, pp. 11–12 )
     
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahai prophecies ?   
    From Baha'u'llah! Baha'u'llah is God. Many earlier Baha'is believed that he was God in human Temple (body), even today many Persian Baha'is believe that. Baha'is pray in the direction of Baha'u'llah's grave. When Baha'u'llah was alive all Baha'is used to pray in the direction wherever Baha was. The Qiblah was moving alongwith Baha'u'llah!
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    Oh I see!
    There were some famous Baha'i Opium traders also, hope you know that!
    1) Mírzá Áqá Taryakí

    His given name was Muhammad. He was known among the family as Áqá Mírzá Áqá Kúchak [the junior]. He engaged in a business trading in opium with China.

    2) Mírzá ʿAlí Taryakí

    As his trade was mostly in opium, he was known as Hájí Taryakí. In the latter part of his life, he attained the presence of Baháʾuʾlláh in Haifa.

    Source : The Genesis of the Bábí-Baháʾí Faiths in Shíráz and Fárs, By Mirza Habibuʾllah Afnan, Translated and Annotated by Ahang Rabbani, Page 333

    https://bahai-library.com/pdf/a/afnan_rabbani_genesis_faiths.pdf
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    hadez803 reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Bahais in iran   
    he just uses shia islamic critiques as his saying what a hypocrite.
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    Yes. many of Baha'u'llah's followers were addicted to Opium also. Hope you know that.
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    And this will help you!
    http://bahai-library.com/pdf/r/rohani_sweet_enchanting_stories.pdf
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    Hi magaman,
    That is an authoritative source. Just click the link and check the reference.
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    I think you should try to understand the position of Guardianist Baha'is (Orthodox Baha'is and BUPC Bahais). After all you believe in "Independent investigation of truth"!
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    hadez803 reacted to Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    Megaman, Why don't you guys do an Open Dialogue with your brothers in faith, the Orthodox Baha'is? Why not establish a unity among yourselves before trying to unite Shiism with Bahaism?
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Badi19 in Bahais in iran   
    “the Guardian of the Faith has been made the permanent head of so august a body,” (Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Bahā’u’llāh, p. 150)
    Shoghi destroyed Guardianship in Baha'ism, leaving the UHJ without a head and a body without a head is as good as dead.
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