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AbuAbdulla Farid AlSalafi

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    AbuAbdulla Farid AlSalafi got a reaction from Al-Hassan in Exposing Farid Al-salafy   
    Thanks for the compliments. I disagree with you about all salafis rejecting hadeeths in favor of Ali (raa), on the contrary, as I've mentioned before, it is agreed that he is the fourth best in the ummah. However, we reject the hadeeths that say that he is the best of the ummah, because we have stronger ones that say that Abu Bakr (raa) is.
    Also, about Bihar Al-Anwar, did you actually read the book? I've been told that it is a gold mine for finding evidences in where Al-Majlisi admits that believes in naqs in the Qur'an. Inshallah I will be picking it up from a store soon.
    öAlso, if the mods don't mind, we can debate tahreef al-Qur'an as much as you like, as soon as they give permission of course.
    Why would I want to debate you? Because you call me a coward?! That is not enough of a reason for me to debate you. I'm sorry, but we are not having any discussions with each other. I went to bed losing faith in humanity because of you. I've never seen someone reject evidence like that in my life.
    As the for Qur'anic ayah that I posted again you. I didn't mean to call you a kaffir with that. You do not know my intentions, so stop accusing me of that which you do not know. However, I have made it clear several times here on this forum, that Imam Malik has said that whoever hates the Sahaba, then he is a kaffir. I agree with Imam Malik on this.
    Also, instead of copying stuff from the net about Kitab Al-Eman, I suggest you read the book. I have the book and I've read it before and no where does Ibn Taymiyah says that the Qur'an is to be taken literally, but you wouldn't know that, now would you?! Also, Ibn Taymiyah not only says that there are no metaphors in the Qur'an, but argues that there are no metaphors in real life either. He believes that the metaphorical meaning of something to you would be the literal meaning to me. It depends on each person since there is more than one way to look at the word.
    Of course, you wouldn't know that, because you just google: Kufur beliefs of Ibn Taymiyah.
    Wow! Just wow... I am insulted that you challenged me to a debate.
    You see, the difference between you and me is that when I argue for something, I present my evidence. I back up my arguments. I give interpretations that go against your accusations. You, on the other hand, find a clear statement that says, "The Qur'an is missing verses," and you respond by saying, "I believe that he believes otherwise." You do this without even bothering to give an interpretation. That is because you are a sad person. You would rather die sticking to your beliefs than search for the truth.
    So the cheerleading posts will be approved before they find their way into the thread? You still haven't replied to my previous complaint. I am not impressed by the modding that is going on around here.
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