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hadez803

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    hadez803 reacted to naro in Imam Hussain (as)   
    nobody can live twice
    Imam Hussein will never come back to life, that's a stupid belief.
    Isa isn't dead temporarily he never died, he went to heaven and will soon return on earth, where he will finally die.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from AbdullaQ in Waswas   
    (salam)
    One of my relatives had such a problem. After years she went to a doctor, he gave her some medication and she is much better now. I don't know what doctor it was but if you ask a general doctor they will probably guide you. Give this a try it will really help you.
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    hadez803 reacted to kadhim in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    Since when is identity as a Shia determined by whether one has memorized Mafatih' al-jinaan?
    Since when is identity as a Shia determined by whether one regularly uses Mafatih' al-jinaan?
    Why would someone who doesn't use Mafatih' al-jinaan regularly (opening the text up for every wafat and mawlad) open it up to read the entry for Eid Ghadir in detail if noone had ever bothered to mention to him that Eid Ghadir has an importance on par with or higher than Eid Fitr or Eid Adha?
    Why would the average believer with family and job feel compelled to look that up if he has never been given any indication that it is to be considered as anything more than a minor, secondary eid?
    Maybe this is one of those things they only say in Arabic or Persian at the community centers? Then again, even if not, why would I even be moved to go out to the community center for the occasion when no one has bothered to communicate that Eid Ghadir has any importance more than a minor, secondary eid?
    If you're going to drop your akhlaq to the level of making baseless accusations and slander, this discussion is finished.
    If you can't take some basic constructive criticism about how you go about posting things, this discussion is finished. I try to offer you a little basic advice, and you start to question my faith? What is this? What is your problem?
    You're welcome to post a poll on the site to ask who has heard before of the notion that Ghadeer is "the greatest of eids."
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    hadez803 reacted to Jondab_Azdi in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    ^All these narrations are weak in sanad.
    w/s
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    hadez803 got a reaction from forte in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    Salam,
    Here are a few of the narrations I've come upon. Hope it helps:
    I asked Imam al-Sadiq (as): "Do the Muslims have an Eid other than the day of Friday and al-Adhha and Fitr?" He answered: "Yes, and more respected (Holy) than those". I said: "May I be sacrificed for you, which Eid is that?" He answered: "The day that the messenger of Allah (pbuh) installed Amir-almo'mineen (as) and said 'He that I am his Mowla Ali (as) is his mowla." I said: "Which day is that?" He answered: "… It is the eighteenth of dhil hajjah." I said: "What shall we do in that day?" He said: "Remembering Allah in that day by fasting and worshipping and remembering Mohammad and his Family (pbuh). The messenger of Allah (pbuh) advised Amir-almo'mineen (as) to adopt that day as an Eid and likewise the other messengers of Allah used to order their vasi (heirs) the same thing and they would adopt it as an Eid." [1]
    The messenger of Allah (pbuh) said: "The day of Ghadir of Khum is the greatest Eid of my nation (ummah)." [2]
    Imam Sadiq (as) said: "The day of Ghadir is the greatest of Eids." [3]
    Imam Sadiq (as) said: "The day of Ghadir is the greatest Eid of Allah." [4]
    [1] al-Kulaini, al-Kafi, vol. 4, p. 194. Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 37, p. 172. Al-Ameli, Vasail ul-Shia, vol. 10, p. 440.
    [2] Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 37, p. 109. Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 94, p. 110. Seyyed ibn Tavous, al-Iqbal, p. 466. Al- Saduq, al-amaali, p. 125.
    [3] Al-Saduq, Al-Khisal, vol. 2, p. 394. Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 56, p. 26. Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 94, p. 110.
    [4] Al-Toosi, Al-Tazhib, vol. 3, p. 143. Al-Ameli, Vasail ul-Shia, vol. 8, p. 89 also vol. 10, p. 442. Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 30, p. 368, vol. 31, p. 127, vol. 37, p. 156, vol. 95, p. 302, vol. 95, p. 321, vol. 95, p. 354.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from forte in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    A translation of the Book: "23 Days with Ghadir", written by Dr: Adnan Derakhshan.


    In this book a day-by-day account of the events which happenned 23 days from the Eid of Ghadir until the Eid of Ghadir have been accounted.



    Every day the events of the corresponding date will be translated and uploaded in a new topic.



    Only 23 days left to the Eid of Ghadir, the Greatest Eid of Allah [1]






    Saturday, 25th of Zilqadah, year 10 (After Hejrah, A.H)


    27th of February, 632 (A.D)

    It is Medina here. It has been a few days now that by his orders, the news of the Prophets (pbuh) Haj is being heralded in the streets and Bazaars[2]. Not just the people of Medina but also the people of other towns and near places have become aware of this news. Many people will accompany the Prophet (pbuh) in this pilgrimage which will be his first and last.
    Now the great caravan of Haj is setting off towards Mecca whilst being led by Gods most outstanding being. With his orders, everyone has brought with them the cloth of Ihram[3]. The Prophet (pbuh) himself has performed Ghusl[4] and is guiding the caravan.
    Those accompanying the caravan have the privilege of travelling with Fatimah, Imam Hasan and Imam Hossein (as).
    The great caravan of Haj with a population numbering more than 70,000 people [5], some riding and others on foot, leaves Medina. After travelling about seven kilometers the caravan stops at a place called 'Dhol hulayfa' also known as 'Abar Ali' which means 'the wells of Ali (as)'[6]. Nowadays this place is known as 'the Mosque of the tree' (masjid ul-shajarah). The prophet ordered everyone to put on their Ihram and continue with their journey. A journey in which they would learn how to perform Haj and would find out that God will leave for them an illuminating light to show them the path of guidance after the prophet.
    [1] Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 95, p. 302
    [2] Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 37, p. 202
    [3] The white cloth worn by those who want to perform Haj.
    [4] A special kind of washing the body.
    [5] Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 37, p. 202
    [6] In this place many wells were dug by Imam Ali (as).

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    hadez803 got a reaction from Maryaam in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    Salam brother,
    I agree to some extent to what you say, but, Although this is an open site do remember I have posted in the Prophets and Ahlulbayt sub-Forum, not in other sub-Forums created specially for discussing subjects which people from other sects and religions or shia disagree on. The thread I created was never intended for this purpose. Although I have given references for my claims I never expected to see a fellow Shia brother questioning the fact that the Eid of Ghadir is the greatest of Eids. What surprised me more is that you think this claim is an "extraordinary claim". I am willing to create a completely new thread to discuss this subject thoroughly. I am sure we will both be enlightened and learn new things from each other. :angel:
    As i said brother this thread was written for Shias in mind. Just because the majority of muslims disagree it dosnt mean it is not a fact. The majority of Muslims also disagree that Imam Ali is the successor of the Prophet (pbuh) and Imam Mahdi even exists but their beliefs does not oblige me to first prove these facts then speak about them when I am speaking to a Shia audience who already have these beliefs. I thought the narrations I mentioned were enough as an explanation But here is a very simple one (Please note that I am speaking with you as a Shia):
    The five pillars of Islam are: Salat, Zikah, Fasting, Hajj and Wilayah. The most important one is Wilayah (I hope you agree with this) which sunnis don't even accept as being a pillar of Islam . Now:
    Eid al-Fitr is associated with Fasting.
    Eid al-Adh'ha is associated with Hajj.
    Eid of Ghadir is associated with wilayah.
    It is more rational that the Eid associated with the most important pillar is greater than the other Eids. In this case being Eid of Ghadir. Do you agree?
    Maybe the strong reaction is because you were brought up in a different society that I was? Any way Inshallah God guides us both by the Hands of Amir ulmomeneen.
    P.S. Feel free to ask any questions and to question any of my claims.B)
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Maryaam in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    Only 17 days left to the Completion of Allah's blessings [1]
    Friday, 1st of Dhil-hajjah, year 10 A.H
    March 1st, year 632 A.D
    On the seventh day of their journey from Medina to Mecca, the caravan, by passing Johfa and Ghadir-e-Khom, heads towards Ghodayd. Johfa being 156 km from Mecca is the place that pilgrims from Egypt and Syria meet. Approximately three kilometers from this place towards Mecca, Ghadir-e-Khom is located, which has in it a small beautiful lake, shaded by ancient trees.
    Johfa is the crossroads between Medina, Iraq and Egypt. It was in this place that a year ago, Amir-almo'mineen Ali (as) reached Abubakr and told him that his mission to announce the verses of bara'ah [2] had been cancelled. By the order of Prophet (pbuh), he then told Abubakr to return to Medina. When the first verses of the Surah of Bara'ah(Tobah) were revealed, the Prophet (pbuh) was ordered from God to announce these verses to the mushrekeen (polytheists) in the hajj ceremony and give them their final notice. At first, this mission was given to Abubakr because the mushrekeen did not have any hatred towards him and because some of his friends insisted that he must do this job. So he was sent to Mecca accompanied by a group of forty people. A little time after they set off towards Mecca Gabriel (as) descended to the Prophet (pbuh) and brought him the message of God:
    "This mission must only be accomplished by the Prophet (peace be upon Him) or someone who is from him [3]."
    So Amir-almo'mineen Ali (as), who as the Quran says is the soul of the Prophet (pbuh) [4], was assigned to announce these verses to the mushrekeen himself. Once again, the land of Johfa witnessed the excellence and superiority of Abu-torab (pbuh) over the other Moslems. And so on the tenth of Dhil-hajjah of the ninth year after Hejrah, Amir-almo'mineen Ali (as) read out the following verses in the Aghaba of Jamara in Mina:
    "Freedom from obligation (is proclaimed) from Allah and His messenger towards those of the idolators with whom you made a treaty [5]."
    [1] Quran 5:3
    [2] The first verses of Surah of Tobah
    [3] Al-majlesi, Bihar ul-Anwar, vol. 35, p. 284-313. Ahmed Hanbal, Musnad, vol. 3, p. 212.
    [4] Quran 3:61
    [5] Quran 9:1 (Translated by Pictal)
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Jondab_Azdi in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    I've seen enough of your baseless claims. I will simply ignore you.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from lotfilms in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    I've seen enough of your baseless claims. I will simply ignore you.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from kadhim in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    I've seen enough of your baseless claims. I will simply ignore you.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from kadhim in 23 days left to Ghadir   
    I would really like to believe you but I cant :P . I cant believe that -you as a shis- after 8 years of research and reading all those books you have never in your life read the section In mafatih ul-Jinan about the Eid of Ghadir and you simply tell me this is the first time you have heard such a claim:
    Mafatih ul-Jinan, Section on the deeds of 18th of dhil-Hajjah, Eid of Ghadir:
    "The eighteenth day: This is the day of the Eid of Ghadir, The greatest Eid of Allah (eid ullah al-akbar), theEid of Mohammads Family (Ale Muhammad) and the greatest of Eids. Allah has not sent any of his messengers except that they had adopted this day as an Eid and they had respected it. Its name in the heavens is the 'pledged covenant' (ahde ma'hood) and on earth as the 'taken oath' (mithaq ul-makhooz) and the 'watching gathering' (jam mashhood). It has been narrated by Imam sadiq (as) that someone asked him: "Do the Muslims have an Eid other than the day of Friday and al-Adhha and Fitr?" He answered: "Yes, and more respected (Holy) than those". I said: "May I be sacrificed for you, which Eid is that?" He answered: "The day that the messenger of Allah (pbuh) installed Amir-almo'mineen (as) and said 'He that I am his Mowla Ali (as) is his mowla." I said: "Which day is that?" He answered: "… It is the eighteenth of dhil hajjah." I said: "What shall we do in that day?" He said: "Remembering Allah in that day by fasting and worshipping and remembering Mohammad and his Family (pbuh). The messenger of Allah (pbuh) advised Amir-almo'mineen (as) to adopt that day as an Eid and likewise the other messengers of Allah used to order their vasi (heirs) the same thing and they would adopt it as an Eid." In another narration he said:...(I'm skipping these parts because althogh important are not relevant to our discussion)...By Allah if people knew the excellence of this day as they should have the angels would shake hands with them (mosafehe) (i.e. greet them) ten times in each day....the author of the mafatih then continues on and after a few more lines tells of the deeds that should be performed in this day.
    Now pay attention to what He says about Eid of al-adha: The tenth day (of dhil-hajja): This is the day of Eid of Al-adha it is a very respected day and these are the deeds that must be performed in this day one:..
    This is what he writes for Eid ul-fitr: The first day (of shawwal) is the Eid of fitr and the deeds that must be performed in this day are like this one:...
    How can I believe what you claim? You being a Shia have never read these parts of the Mafatih which clearly show that Eid of Ghadir is greater than the other eids? :squeez: :unsure:
    Some random ahadith said so? Please show me the difference between a random and an un-random hadith. I will appreciate it :lol:.
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