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AbuAbdulla Farid AlSalafi

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  1. Brent, re-read my posts. I was speaking about the hypocrisy of "Logic". I agree with the fatwa of Sistani in this matter.
  2. You mean like the list of ten Salafees that the topic starter failed to link with Salafism (or some with Islam) and by thus destroyed the whole point of the thread? The only convenient thing about the thread is the incompetence of the topic starter... and you for that matter. Go find me something else to respond to.
  3. Macisaac, the issue is not about this hadith being authentic or not, but it is about the view of Al-Qummi. I am making a point that not everyone that believes that Abu Talib died a kaffir is necessarily a Nasibi, since it seems that some of your own scholars hold this view. Were you aware of this by the way or is this news to you? I think that it is important that your people should learn such a thing since their attitude usually gets out of hand because of issues like these.
  4. Well, since finishing G.U. I've been running around trying to find a single person I know who has finished this thing. Other than random boards and the dothackers website, there is nobody out there. =) I hear that //Link might get announced this TGS btw.
  5. Actually, I would like to say I'm flattered that you'd think that I'm well versed on those subjects, but I'm really just a beginner. I've been a Salafi for a year and a half to two years and I'm not really that hardcore either. Well, if you would like to expose my "phony cheap act" then I suggest that you do so in another thread dedicated to me being two-faced. If you are unable to do this, then I would like you to take that back and admit that it was your bias that caused you to accuse me of such a thing.
  6. So belonging to a school of thought makes me fair game for insults? It seems as though you would rather look at me as a minion of evil than a lost individual. You appear to do this for no other reason than to dehumanize your "foes".
  7. What?! I thought I was the only person alive that was in love with the .hack series. xD
  8. I never thought that I'd see the day in which Brent corrects a brother. =p Good job dude. *Thumbs up*
  9. Haq and Baatil have nothing to do with manners. This is the issue with many here on these forums. They think this is a game and would rather insult their opponent instead of having a sincere discussion. It is needless to say that many of your brethren have issues with that type of attitude. ...and thanks for the kind words ShiaSoldier.
  10. Well, as you've pointed out, they interpret their own hadiths differently. Once one looks at the big picture of Sunni hadiths, nothing really points at Imamah or anything like that. Yes, there are a few hadiths that can be used in that sense, however, they are not enough to justify a conversion to Shiasm. So, their love for Ahlul Bayt was different than your love for Ahlul Bayt. The issue isn't as black and white as many want to think, which is that they were evil people that recorded these hadiths while knowingly chose to go against them. That line of thinking is just preposterous. I'm glad that you look at it as an issue of interpretation anyhow. It is a lot more objective than some of the other responses I expect to see here, like the following: I believe that the only person to have a position with the government was Imam Al-Shafi'i. I'm not aware of the rest having one. Al-Bukhari was known for avoiding the government (The Biography of Imam Bukhaaree) and so was Imam Ahmad, who once condemned a teacher of his for offering him a governmental position. (Oqd Al-La'ali' wal Zabarjad) Oh, and Imam Ahmad was dirt poor. His fatwas had nothing to do with gaining material desires.
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