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hadez803

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    hadez803 got a reaction from abu-khadijah in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    You know and have acknowledged deep in your heart that God is the source of the food and your Rizq. But many times when you are eating food you forget this. When you forget, it doesn't mean you are denying your previous beliefs and acknowledgements. You have simply forgotten because forgetting is part of human nature. This is no cause for concern. I believe, we have been ordered to say "bismillah" before we eat, so that it serves as a constant reminder to us that God is the source of this food and we should be grateful for this and Thank Him. So either way, it is OK, but it is preferred to say Bismillah because that is what the Imams, that Allah has sent to guide us, have told us to do.
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    hadez803 reacted to Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    The paragraph says: "There is no need for anyone to intercede before him." But it doesn't say it would be wrong.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    Everything cited in that letter is justified using the same justifications I mentioned in this thread regarding this verse:
     
    "We only worship you and only seek your assistance" (Quran, surah 1)
     
    In fact, regarding the permissibility of intercession by other people on our behalf we have the following verse from the Quran that not only shows it is allowed but implies we should ask for intercession for things that are even directly related to Allah such as asking for the forgiveness of our sins:
     
    "We did not send any Messengers for any reason other than to be obeyed because of the will of God. If they ever do injustice to themselves and come to you Muhammad asking for God's forgiveness and if the Messenger also was to ask God to forgive them, they would certainly find God All-forgiving and All-merciful." (4:14)
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    You know and have acknowledged deep in your heart that God is the source of the food and your Rizq. But many times when you are eating food you forget this. When you forget, it doesn't mean you are denying your previous beliefs and acknowledgements. You have simply forgotten because forgetting is part of human nature. This is no cause for concern. I believe, we have been ordered to say "bismillah" before we eat, so that it serves as a constant reminder to us that God is the source of this food and we should be grateful for this and Thank Him. So either way, it is OK, but it is preferred to say Bismillah because that is what the Imams, that Allah has sent to guide us, have told us to do.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from kamyar in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    Show me where in the Quran Allah tells you to pray 5 times a day, the time of the prayers, the number of Raka's and how they should be performed and what should be recited in them? Show me where in the Quran God has explained the laws for fasting? Show me where in the Quran God has explained the laws for Hajj? Show me where in the Quran God has mentione the laws for Zakat, Ghusl, Buying and selling of Goods... In fact show me where in the Quran God has appointed the twelve Imams as our leaders.  
    I can go on forever. Your whole beliefs are based on stuff that you can't directly find in the Quran (same applies to Sunnis and Wahhabis). Yet when it comes to the topic of asking help from our Imams you suddenly cling to the argument that "since we can't find this order in the Quran then it is invalid"?
     
     
    According to this verse in the Quran we are all Mushrik, every single one us, us Shias the damn Wahhabis and all non-Muslims included:
     
    You alone we serve, You alone we seek for assistance (1:5)
     
    We are all disobeying God because in our everyday lives we seek assistance from a multitude of beings dead and alive.
     
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our legs to walk, our brains to think, our muscles for...
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our car to move.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our spoons to eat.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from the baker and grocery and farmer for food.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our teachers for knowledge.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from the doctor for our health problems.
     
    But that is not how it works (the same goes for the other verses you stated). All those verses point to one thing and have one purpose to remind you that:
     
    لا حول و لا قوه الا بالله
    There is no movement and power except by God
     
    If I can walk and move it is through the power that God has given me he is the source for this blessing. If I can use a car that has also been created by what God has bestowed upon us. If I get food and rizq and sustenance from sources other than God, it is God who has made all this available to me and he can easily take it back. If I seek knowledge it is God who grants me understanding. If I go to the doctor, it is through God that healing occurs. He has put the power of healing in all this. If I ask the Imam's for intercession, whether their physical body is dead or not, it is a blessing that God has granted me.  
    He has allowed this like he as allowed everything else that I mentioned, but we must not forget that he is the source of all of this good and can take it back whenever He wills. If we don;t understand this simple statement, it is then that we become confused. What our Imams say, whether it is found directly in the Quran or not is the truth. Anyone who doubts this is not a Shia. I am certain that you agree to this.
     
    If there is no problem in asking my mom for food and my father for money what problem is there if I ask my Imam? If there is no problem if I ask my teacher for guidance what problem is there if I ask my Imam? If there is no problem if I ask the baker for bread what problem is there if I ask my Imam? ...
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    hadez803 got a reaction from kamyar in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    There are no orders from God to call out to the Imams?!!! Seriously? Based on what, what you found in the Quran?
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    The verse says nothing about the "assistance" being under the banner of "worship". That is your wishful interpretation. And by the way, we don't seek assistance from the Imams under the banner of worship, in case you didn't know and we don't worship them either when we ask them for assistance just as we don't worship the doctor when asking him for assistance. Don't and I repeat, don't attribute things to us that we don't believe in.
     
     
     
    I was speaking about seeking assistance, I said nothing about DUA, that is why I didn't address what he said. He just threw in the DUA argument to deviate the topic being discussed. He will receive a response when he tells me the definition of DUA.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    There was  a very good reason that I dodged that argument but since you are asking. According to the Quran we should only seek assistance from Allah:
     
    You alone we serve, You alone we seek for assistance (1:5)
     
    Going to a doctor is totally against this verse but he believes it is justified because it is in this domain not another domain? Wait a minute, excuse me, Where did God say anything about here or another domain. According to the above verse seeking assistance from anything other than Allah regardless of the domain we are in is equal to Shirk. He blatantly ignored this verse when going to a doctor, but when it comes to seeking assistance from the Imams he believes this verse must be looked upon in the most literal sense. His argument was flawed and I saw no reason to respond it.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    Show me where in the Quran Allah tells you to pray 5 times a day, the time of the prayers, the number of Raka's and how they should be performed and what should be recited in them? Show me where in the Quran God has explained the laws for fasting? Show me where in the Quran God has explained the laws for Hajj? Show me where in the Quran God has mentione the laws for Zakat, Ghusl, Buying and selling of Goods... In fact show me where in the Quran God has appointed the twelve Imams as our leaders.  
    I can go on forever. Your whole beliefs are based on stuff that you can't directly find in the Quran (same applies to Sunnis and Wahhabis). Yet when it comes to the topic of asking help from our Imams you suddenly cling to the argument that "since we can't find this order in the Quran then it is invalid"?
     
     
    According to this verse in the Quran we are all Mushrik, every single one us, us Shias the damn Wahhabis and all non-Muslims included:
     
    You alone we serve, You alone we seek for assistance (1:5)
     
    We are all disobeying God because in our everyday lives we seek assistance from a multitude of beings dead and alive.
     
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our legs to walk, our brains to think, our muscles for...
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our car to move.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our spoons to eat.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from the baker and grocery and farmer for food.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from our teachers for knowledge.
    We claim, You alone we seek for assistance, but we seek assistance from the doctor for our health problems.
     
    But that is not how it works (the same goes for the other verses you stated). All those verses point to one thing and have one purpose to remind you that:
     
    لا حول و لا قوه الا بالله
    There is no movement and power except by God
     
    If I can walk and move it is through the power that God has given me he is the source for this blessing. If I can use a car that has also been created by what God has bestowed upon us. If I get food and rizq and sustenance from sources other than God, it is God who has made all this available to me and he can easily take it back. If I seek knowledge it is God who grants me understanding. If I go to the doctor, it is through God that healing occurs. He has put the power of healing in all this. If I ask the Imam's for intercession, whether their physical body is dead or not, it is a blessing that God has granted me.  
    He has allowed this like he as allowed everything else that I mentioned, but we must not forget that he is the source of all of this good and can take it back whenever He wills. If we don;t understand this simple statement, it is then that we become confused. What our Imams say, whether it is found directly in the Quran or not is the truth. Anyone who doubts this is not a Shia. I am certain that you agree to this.
     
    If there is no problem in asking my mom for food and my father for money what problem is there if I ask my Imam? If there is no problem if I ask my teacher for guidance what problem is there if I ask my Imam? If there is no problem if I ask the baker for bread what problem is there if I ask my Imam? ...
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Nasr in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    There are no orders from God to call out to the Imams?!!! Seriously? Based on what, what you found in the Quran?
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    hadez803 reacted to Al-Hassan in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    In the past, I had similar doubts as well on Istighatha and calling out to the Mu'sumeen which led me to make Tawaquf on the entire issue. However, after considering further research on it, I came to a conclusion that there are explicit Nusoos from our four books basing it, including al-Kafi which you can search them up in some of the Arabic sites. That is; Ahadith such as asking the A'immah via the permission of Allah for your need when visiting his grave, calling out to the Angels and Awliyah during Sujood and asking the prophet to seek Allah's forgiveness for you when visiting his grave. Not only that, but our early Salaf like Kulayni and Saduq included relevant Ahadith on Istighatha in their works and they didn't see an issue with the nature of the act itself(or deemed it shirk) or found it controversial as they did for much lesser issues that made them throw around accusations of Ghaluw and Taqsir, like Sahw an-Nabi and neither was it a controversial issue between the companions of the Ma'sumeen.
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    hadez803 reacted to Al-Hassan in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    9 عدة من أصحابنا، عن سهل بن زياد، عن علي بن أسباط، عن إسماعيل ابن يسار، عن بعض من رواه قال: قال(1): إذا أحزنك أمر فقل في آخر سجودك: " يا جبرئيل يا محمد، يا جبرئيل يا محمد تكرر ذلك اكفياني ما أنا فيه فإنكما كافيان واحفظاني بإذن الله فإنكما حافظان
     
    A number of our companions, from Sahl b. Ziyad from ‘Ali b. Isbat from Isma’il b. Yasar from a group whom he narrates from, he said:  If you are saddened by an affair then in your last Sujood  say: “O Jibrael! O Muhammad! O Jibrael! O Muhammad! Provide me with what I need, because what you provide is enough. And protect me via the permission of Allah because verily you are protectors.” - [al-Kafi]
     
     
     
    8212 2 عدة من أصحابنا، عن أحمد بن محمد، عن علي بن الحكم، عن بعض أصحابنا عن أبي عبدالله (عليه السلام) قال: إذا أردت زيارة الحسين (عليه السلام) فزره وأنت حزين مكروب شعث مغبر جائع عطشان وسله الحوائج وانصرف عنه ولا تتخذه وطنا
     
    A number of our companions from Ahmed b. Muhammad from ‘Ali b. al-Hakam from some of his companions from Abi ‘Abdillah(as), he said: When you intend to make Ziyarah to al-Hussain(as), then visit him while you are sad, distressed, dusty, hungry, thirsty and ask him your need then depart from from after but don’t take him (his burial site) as a home.  - [al-Kafi]
     
     
     
    6 محمد بن يحيى، عن أحمد بن محمد بن عيسى، عن أحمد بن محمد بن أبي داود عن أبي حمزة، عن أبي جعفر عليه السلام قال: جاء رجل إلى النبي صلى الله عليه وآله فقال: يا رسول الله إني ذوعيال وعلي دين وقد اشتدت حالي فعلمني دعاء أدعو الله عز وجل به ليرزقني ما أقضي به ديني وأستعين به على عيالي، فقال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله: يا عبدالله توضأ وأسبغ وضوء‌ك ثم صل ركعتين تتم الركوع والسجود ثم قل: " يا ماجد يا واحد يا كريم [يا دائم] أتوجه إليك بمحمد نبيك نبي الرحمة صلى الله عليه وآله، يا محمد يا رسول الله إني أتوجه بك إلى الله ربك وربي ورب كل شئ أن يصلي على محمد وأهل بيته وأسألك نفحة كريمة من نفحاتك وفتحا يسيرا ورزقا واسعا ألم به شعثي وأقضي به ديني وأستعين به على عيالي ".
     
    Muhammad b. Yahya from Ahmed b. Muhammad b. ‘Isa from Ahmed b. Muhammad b. Abi Dawood from Abi Hamzah from Abi Ja’far(as), he said: A man came to the prophet(saw) and said: O Allah’s messenger. I have children while debts are upon me so my situation has become intense. Tell me of a Du’a that I can make to Allah ‘Azzawajal so the He can grant me with what is sufficient to cover my debts and help my children. So Allah’s messenger said: O slave of Allah. Make Wudho and pray two Rak’as and after you have finished say: “Ya Majid! Ya Wahid! Ya Kareem! I turn towards you by your prophet Muhammed; the prophet of mercy peace be upon him. O Muhammad! O Allah’s messenger! Verily I am turning by you towards Allah your Lord and my Lord and the Lord of all things, so that He sends his blessings upon Muhammad and his Ahlulbayt. And I ask you for a blessing from your generous blessings, a great sustenance to cure with it my pains, to close with it my debts and to provide my children with it”. - [al-Kafi]  
     
     
    وفي الكافي: 4/569:
    ـ عدة من أصحابنا ، عن سهل بن زياد ، عن محمدبن أورمة ، عمن حدثه ، عن الصادق وأبي الحسن الثالث ((ص) ) ، قال يقول:
    السلام عليك يا ولي الله أنت أول مظلوم ، وأول من غصب حقه ، صبرت واحتسبت ، حتى أتاك اليقين ، فأشهد أنك لقيت الله وأنت شهيد ، عذب الله قاتلك بأنواع العذاب ، وجدد عليه العذاب .
    جئتك عارفاً بحقك مستبصراً بشأنك ، معادياً لأعدائك ومن ظلمك ، ألقى على ذلك ربي ان شاء الله . يا ولي الله : ان لي ذنوبا كثيرة ، فاشفع لي إلى ربك ، فإن لك عند الله مقاماً محموداً معلوماً ، وان لك عند الله جاها وشفاعة ، وقد قال تعالى: ولا يشفعون إلا لمن ارتضى. ورواه في تهذيب الأحكام: 6/ 28
     
    A number of our companions from Sahl b. Ziyad from Muhammad b. Awramah from whom he narrates it from, from al-Sadiq and Abi al-Hassan  the third(as), they said : Then he should say:  “Peace be upon you O friend of Allah! You are the first oppressed and the first of whom his rights was taken away. You were patient until you attained certainty in faith(Yaqeen). So verily I bear witness that you met your Lord while you are a martyr. May Allah torture your killer with various tortures and renew the tortures upon him. I have came to you acknowledging your rights ,believing in your affair, declaring enmity to your enemies and those who oppressed you. O friend of Allah! Verily I have a great number of sins so intercede for me to my Lord because verily you have a high and praiseworthy rank from Allah and given by Allah a  noble place and intercession(Shafa’ah). And certainly Allah said: “And they cannot intercede except on behalf of one whom He approves” (al-Anbiya Ayah 28) - [al-Kafi]
     
    - Tusi also included this Hadith in Tahdheeb.
     
     
     
    وفي الكافي: 3/476
    علي بن ابراهيم ، عن أحمد بن محمد بن أبي عبد الله ، عن زياد القندي ، عن عبد الرحيم القصير قال: دخلت على أبي عبدالله(ع)فقلت جعلت فداك إني اخترعت دعاء ، قال: دعني من اختراعك ! إذا نزل بك أمر فافزع إلى رسول الله ، وصل ركعتين تهديهما إلى رسول الله(ص) . قلت: كيف أصنع ؟ قال: تغتسل وتصلي ركعتين تستفتح بهما افتتاح الفريضة ، وتشهد تشهد الفريضة ، فاذا فرغت من التشهد وسلمت قلت:
    اللهم أنت السلام ، ومنك السلام ، وإليك يرجع السلام ، اللهم صل على محمد وآل محمد ، وبلغ روح محمد مني السلام ، وأرواح الأئمة الصادقين سلامي ، واردد علي منهم السلام ، والسلام عليهم ورحمة الله وبركاته .
    اللهم إن هاتين الركعتين هدية مني إلى رسول الله(ص) ، فأثبني عليهما ما أملت ورجوت ، فيك وفي رسولك ، يا ولي المؤمنين .
    ثم تخر ساجدا وتقول:
    يا حي يا قيوم ، ياحي لا يموت ، ياحي لا إله إلا أنت ، ياذا الجلال والإكرام ، ياأرحم الراحمين. أربعين مرة .
    ثم ضع خدك الأيمن فتقولها أربعين مرة .
    ثم ضع خدك الأيسر فتقولها أربعين مرة .
    ثم ترفع رأسك وتمد يدك وتقول أربعين مرة .
    ثم ترد يدك إلى رقبتك وتلوذ بسبابتك وتقول ذلك أربعين مرة .
    ثم خذ لحيتك بيدك اليسرى وابك أو تباك وقل:
    يا محمد يا رسول الله أشكو إلى الله واليك حاجتي ، والى أهل بيتك الراشدين حاجتي ، وبكم أتوجه إلى الله في حاجتي .
    ثم تسجد وتقول: يا الله يا الله ـ حتى ينقطع نفسك ـ صل على محمد وآل محمد وافعل بي كذا وكذا .
    قال أبو عبد الله(ع): فأنا الضامن على الله عزوجل أن لا يبرح حتى تقضى حاجته. ورواه في الفقيه:1/556
     
    *This one is bit too long to translate so I’ll roughly translate only the relevant part of the Ma’sum telling his companion what to recite.

    ‘Ali b. Ibrahim from Ahmed b. Muhammad b. ‘abdillah from Ziyad al-Qindi from ‘Abd al-Rahim al-Qaseer: I entered to see Abi ‘Abdillah(as) and said: ...then while you are in the state of prostration say: “Ya Hay! Ya Qayoom! Ya Hay La Yamout! Ya Hay, La ilaha ila Ant! Ya Dhal Jalali wal Ikram! Ya Arham Arahimeen! Recite this 40 times. Then place your hand on your left cheek and recite it 40 times. Then place your hand on your left cheek and recite it 40 times. Then raise your head and extend your arms out and say it 40 times. Then you put your hands on your neck and recite it again 40 times. Then place your left hand on your chin and say:  “O Muhammed! O Allah’s messenger! I send my complaint of my needs to Allah, to you, and to your rightly guided Ahlulbayt. And by you I turn towards Allah to ask for my needs”. Then you perform sujood and say: “Ya Allah! Ya Allah!”, until you lose your breath, and say: “Send your blessings upon Muhammad and his progeny”. Aba ‘Abdillah then said: “And I am a guarantor on behalf of Allah ‘Azawajjal for that the person will not depart from this world until his requests and needs has been fulfilled”.  - [al-Kafi]

    - Saduq also included this Hadith in Faqih.
     
     
     
    3/478
    وبهذا الاسناد، عن أبي اسماعيل السراج، عن ابن مسكان ، عن شرحبيل الكندي، عن أبي جعفر(ع)قال: إذا أردت أمرا تسأله ربك ، فتوضأ وأحسن الوضوء ثم صل ركعتين ، وعظم الله وصل على النبي(ص) ، وقل بعد التسليم:
    اللهم إني أسألك بأنك ملك ، وأنك على كل شئ قدير مقتدر، وبأنك ما تشاء من أمر يكون .
    اللهم إني أتوجه اليك بنبيك محمد نبي الرحمة .
    يا محمد يا رسول الله إني أتوجه بك إلى الله ربك وربي ، لينجح لي طلبتي .
    اللهم بنبيك أنجح لي طلبتي بمحمد. ثم سل حاجتك .
    ورواه في تهذيب الأحكام: 3/313
     
    And with this Isnad, from Abi Isma’il al-Saraj from Ibn Miskan from Shirhabeel al-Kindi from Abi Ja’far(as), he said: If you wanted to ask your Lord about a particular issue, then make make Wudhi, pray two Rak’at, glorify Allah and send your salwat upon the prophet and say after the Tasleem: “ O Allah, verily I ask you as The absolute ruler(Al-Malik), that you are Mighty above all things and that you cause to occur whatever that You wish. O Allah! I am turning towards you by your prophet Muhammed, the prophet of mercy. O Muhammed! O Allah’s messenger. I am turning by you towards Allah your Lord and my Lord, to grant me my need. O Allah, by your prophet grant me my need, by Muhammed”. Then after ask for what you need. - [al-Kafi]
     
    -Tusi also included this Hadith in Tahdheeb
     
     
     
     
    9 علي بن إبراهيم، عن أبيه، عن بعض أصحابه، عن مفضل بن عمر قال: قال لي أبوعبدالله عليه السلام: إن استطعت أن لاتبيت ليلة حتى تعوذ بأحد عشر حرفا؟ قلت: أخبرني بها؟ قال: قل: " أعوذ بعزة الله وأعوذ بقدرة الله وأعوذ بجلال الله وأعوذ بسلطان الله وأعوذ بجمال الله وأعوذ بدفع الله وأعوذ بمنع الله وأعوذ
    بجمع الله وأعوذ بملك الله وأعوذ بوجه الله وأعوذ برسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله من شر ما خلق وبرأ وذرأ
     
    'Ali b. Ibrahim from his father from a number of his companions from Mofadhal b. ‘Umar, he said: Aba ‘Abdillah(as) said to me: If you can, would you be able to not let one night pass by until you recite 11 statements? He said: Tell me of what they are. He(as) said: I seek refuge in the ‘Izah of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Qidrah of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Jalal of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Sultan of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Jamaal of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Dafi’ of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Man’ of Allah, and I seek refuge in the Jam’ of Allah, and I seek refuge by the Mulk of Allah, and I seek refuge by the Wajh of Allah, and I seek refuge in Allah’s messenger peace be upon him, from any form evil that is created. - [al-Kafi]
     
     
     
     
    عن محمد بن يحيى ، عن أحمد بن محمد بن عيسى ، عن الحسين بن سعيد ، عن القاسم بن محمد الجوهري ، عن علي بن أبي حمزة ، عن أبي إبراهيم عليه السلام قال : قال لي : إني لموعوك منذ سبعة أشهر ، ولقد وعك ابني اثني عشر شهرا ، وهي تضاعف علينا
    اشعرت أنها لا تأخذ في الجسد كله ، وربما أخذت في أعلا الجسد ولم تأخذ في أسفله ، وربما أخذت في أسفله ولم تأخذ في أعلا الجسد كله قلت : جعلت فداك ، إن أذنت لي حدثتك بحديث عن أبي بصير عن جدك أنه كان إذا وعك استعان بالماء البارد فيكون له ثوبان : ثوب في الماء البارد ، وثوب على جسده ، يراوح بينهما ثم ينادي حتى يسمع صوته على باب الدار : يا فاطمة بنت محمد . فقال : صدقت .قلت : جعلت فداك فما وجدتم للحمى عندكم دواء ؟ فقال : ما وجدنا لها عندنا دواء إلا الدعاء والماء البارد . إني اشتكيت فأرسل إلى محمد بن إبراهيم بطبيب له ، فجاءني بدواء فيه قئ ، فأبيت أن أشربه ، لاني إدا قيئت زال كل مفصل مني
    *Only relevant part is translated.

    Muhammad b. Yahya from Ahmed b. Muhammad b. ‘isa from al-Hussain b. Sa’id from al-Qassim b. Muhammad al-Jawhari from ‘Ali b. Abi Hamza from Abi Ibrahim al-Kadhim(as), he said(as): “A man said to me: I have been ill for the last 7 months and my son has been ill for the past 12 months and the sickness has been doubling ever since. I have noticed that it(the disease) at times does not spread to the entire body but at times takes from the top while not touching the lower part of the body and at different times it takes the lower but does not touch the top. I said: May I be your ransom. If you would allow me, I want to narrate a Hadith about illness from Abi Baseer(rah) who narrated from your grandfather(as) where if you are inflicted by an illness than you should seek cold water as a remedy, spread it over your body and then the sick person would  call out loudly until he is heard at the door of his house; “Ya Fatima binta Rasullah!(O Fatima daughter of Allah’s messenger!)”.  He(as) said: You have spoken the truth…” - [al-Kafi]
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    hadez803 reacted to Martyrdom in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    Thats not true he completely smashed HH points and HH gave very weak reply to them and in a way HH dismissed them. That a sign of weakness. 
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Martyrdom in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    The verse says nothing about the "assistance" being under the banner of "worship". That is your wishful interpretation. And by the way, we don't seek assistance from the Imams under the banner of worship, in case you didn't know and we don't worship them either when we ask them for assistance just as we don't worship the doctor when asking him for assistance. Don't and I repeat, don't attribute things to us that we don't believe in.
     
     
     
    I was speaking about seeking assistance, I said nothing about DUA, that is why I didn't address what he said. He just threw in the DUA argument to deviate the topic being discussed. He will receive a response when he tells me the definition of DUA.
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    hadez803 reacted to Martyrdom in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    its Yellow 
     

     
    Now walk away.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Martyrdom in Help Me Out Of My Confusion (Said I Would Leave)   
    You basically ignored most points I mentioned and just clung to whatever you wanted to...
     
    I'll ask you a very simple question since all your argument revolves around saying DUA is solely for Allah. What is the meaning and definition of DUA?
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    hadez803 got a reaction from mina in How The Baha'is Changed The Babi God To Satan   
    First some Introductory points:
    The Bab was a man who claimed he is the gate to Imam Mahdi (a.t.f.s), then claimed he is the Mahdi Himself, then he is a new Prophet and then he claimed he is God. This happened about 150 years ago in Persia.
     
    He appointed a man called Mirza Yahya Subh-i Azal as his successor and executor of his will. Mirza Yahya was the leader of the Babis until his half-brother Baha'u'llah (creator of the Baha'i cult) succeeded in sending him to the sidelines. Mirza Yahaya is greatly hated by Baha’is and regarded as one their greatest enemies. To put it in a nutshell, this is how he is viewed by Baha'is:
     
    “Mírzá Yaḥyá is scarcely spoken of, but when he is mentioned he is called Satan.” (E.G. Browne, Materials for the Study of the Babi Religion, p. 117)​What most Baha’is don’t know or will not tell you is that according to the Bab, Mirza Yahya Subh-i Azal, was God. This is how the Bab’s will to Subh-i Azal starts:
     
    “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.”​First the Bab states very explicitly that he is God (not a messenger from God or a manifestation of God, but God himself), then he tells Subh-i Azal that he too is God and should testify to this (seriously what the hell)! These statements being illogical and meaningless aside, according to the Bab Mirza Yahya Subh-i Azal is God and according to Baha’ullah he is the Satan and devil!
    Why should anyone takes the claims of Baha'u'llah seriously when he claims he is the one that the Bab had prophesied about when he doesn't have faith in the Bab's God and calls him Satan? And why should we take the Bab's claims seriously who claims he is God then Passes his Godhood to Mirza Yahya who is then deprived of his Godhood by Baha'u'llah and changed into satan?! Why do these people claim they are monotheists while the core of their beliefs is polytheism and belief in multiple human Gods (Baha'u'llah also claims he is God)? Where is the logic in any of these claims?  
    Sources, scans and some other quotes here: http://www.bahaibahai.com/eng/index.php/articles?id=91
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Ali_Hussain in How The Baha'is Changed The Babi God To Satan   
    First some Introductory points:
    The Bab was a man who claimed he is the gate to Imam Mahdi (a.t.f.s), then claimed he is the Mahdi Himself, then he is a new Prophet and then he claimed he is God. This happened about 150 years ago in Persia.
     
    He appointed a man called Mirza Yahya Subh-i Azal as his successor and executor of his will. Mirza Yahya was the leader of the Babis until his half-brother Baha'u'llah (creator of the Baha'i cult) succeeded in sending him to the sidelines. Mirza Yahaya is greatly hated by Baha’is and regarded as one their greatest enemies. To put it in a nutshell, this is how he is viewed by Baha'is:
     
    “Mírzá Yaḥyá is scarcely spoken of, but when he is mentioned he is called Satan.” (E.G. Browne, Materials for the Study of the Babi Religion, p. 117)​What most Baha’is don’t know or will not tell you is that according to the Bab, Mirza Yahya Subh-i Azal, was God. This is how the Bab’s will to Subh-i Azal starts:
     
    “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.”​First the Bab states very explicitly that he is God (not a messenger from God or a manifestation of God, but God himself), then he tells Subh-i Azal that he too is God and should testify to this (seriously what the hell)! These statements being illogical and meaningless aside, according to the Bab Mirza Yahya Subh-i Azal is God and according to Baha’ullah he is the Satan and devil!
    Why should anyone takes the claims of Baha'u'llah seriously when he claims he is the one that the Bab had prophesied about when he doesn't have faith in the Bab's God and calls him Satan? And why should we take the Bab's claims seriously who claims he is God then Passes his Godhood to Mirza Yahya who is then deprived of his Godhood by Baha'u'llah and changed into satan?! Why do these people claim they are monotheists while the core of their beliefs is polytheism and belief in multiple human Gods (Baha'u'llah also claims he is God)? Where is the logic in any of these claims?  
    Sources, scans and some other quotes here: http://www.bahaibahai.com/eng/index.php/articles?id=91
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Abu Tufayl in Evidence That Aisha Repented?   
    These quotes do not show repentance.
     
    She is basically uttering regret which is probably because she had been extremely humiliated after being defeated in this war.
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    hadez803 got a reaction from kamyar in Does Only Quran Contain Word Of God?   
    How can you call Baha'ism a "faith" while its leader Baha'u'llah states in the most explicit terms that he is God and he has created everything and everyone must worship him?
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    hadez803 reacted to noorihussain.x in I Dont Like Or Want To Abalfazal Abbas Ibn Ali   
    Abulfazl Abbas(AS) is more than a person, brother. please watch what you say. 
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    hadez803 reacted to Abbas Lover in I Dont Like Or Want To Abalfazal Abbas Ibn Ali   
    He was JUST another person who died????Khalil...this answer is interesting!!!He was moon of Bani Hashem..he was zealous..he was one of the best man after Imam Hussain A.S. in Karbala..he was killed for his Imam-also brother-...how u allow urself to say he just died?
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    hadez803 got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Al-Furqaan Verse 74   
    I said according to Shia traditions not Sunni Tafsir!!
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    hadez803 reacted to Abu Hadi in Debate On Imamah On Shiachat   
    How is it possible to prove the Imamate of the Twelve if you won't accept the Imamate of the one, 
    i.e. Imam Ali(a.s) 
     
    That is like telling me to give you a proof from Trigonometry without using addition and subtraction. 
    It is not that there is no proof, but if you don't accept the idea of addition and subtraction then I cannot 
    give a proof from Trigonometry that you will accept. So then what's the point. 
    In my mind there is no point at all. 
     
    And because this is a discussion that involves Haqq, I will not proceed on a merely theoretical basis.
    If we were discussing theories of particle physics, it would be a different story, but we're not. It is not a game to me. This is not a courtroom(which is just another type of game, most of the time) , you cannot apply the same rules here. 
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    hadez803 reacted to Iskandarovich in The "shia-Sunni" Google Experiment   
    When I started to study the early history of Islam and got confused of all the inconsistencies and contradictions. I asked Allah for help by repeating the sixth verse of Surah al-Hamd over and over again. 

    Not long after that I came in touch with Shia islam and I thank Allah for that blessed day.
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