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UIE

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  1. Salam the above story is that of Allamah Al Hilli (RA) and it is narrated as such: A woman died during the last period of her pregnancy and someone came to Allamah Hilli and ask what is the fiqhi ruling on saving the unborn fetus. Allamah gave the opinion that to bury the fetus with the mother, however shortly after departing from the Allamah the person was chased down by a horse-rider who told him that the Allamah had changed his opinion and that they must take the baby out. After sometime passed the father brought the child with him to visit Allamah Al Hilli and narrated the story back to him. At this point Allamah Al Hilli became pale and from that point own he refused to issue anymore fiqhi opinions as his "mistake" almost cost the life of the child. After a few years a young man came to the and sat down in the seminary of Allamah Hilli and after a bit asked him a fiqhi question and answered it himself. After this he got up and told the Allamah that he should continue to issue fatwas and that he (the Imam) would guide him.
  2. @Abbas0 my dear brother I would caution not to be too definitive on the Identity of the Khurasani, Yamani, and/or Sufiyani and Dajjal. As these are only speculations based on educated analysis of the current situation. The reality of this is with Allah and we should not try to pigeon-hole our conclusions when someone is inquiring. Having said this i caution everyone on this chat to be aware that is an online forum and if you are in possession of certain knowledge which can be in relationship to the rising of Imam Al Hujjah (AS) please be careful you are very selective with whom you share this and how. I will neither deny your claims about what you posted nor affirm them just my advice is be careful.
  3. These people are confused and are so desperate for guidance they are wiling to buy whatever is being sold. I had one of these clowns find me on FB and he kept arguing with me. I basically had to blocking him because he would not stop even when i told him I am a 25 year old college student like I am not someone who can do anything about their little cause. Honestly you have to learn to not give attention to such people.
  4. Wait which As Sadr are we talking about now? Like Agha Musa, Shaheed Baqir?
  5. I assumed that meant the end of Persian Shahs, aka the Islamic Revolution ended the monarchy.
  6. I have heard this as well but think it loses validity because the Qur'an was revealed by verses not the chapters. I could be wrong but I think not all of Surahs were complete but partially reveal over time. From what I have heard from some of the Ulema I have asked they have said the Amirul Momineen's compilation of the Qur'an gives the commentary on the the verse about what they actually mean, when they were revealed, about whom, and what their inner and outer explanations are. Again this is what I have understood and could be incorrect.
  7. I think the Ansar are called Ansar not because they helped the Prophet but the Ummah. So with this analogy they would be the companions of the Imam (AS).
  8. thats his first post too... btw thanks for murdering me and all the other Shias and innocent people who live in the West.
  9. Although I have not read the particular hadith myself I will try to answer iA it will be fruitful. First of Supernatural abilities are not far fetched: Nabi Khidr,Jesus walking on water and raising the death and curing the leper. Nabi Dawood killed Goliath the Giant with a slingshot. Nabi Yusuf could interpret dreams. Furthermore Amirul Momineen the Grandfather of Imam Mahdi lifted the Gate of Khybar by himself so why would his grandson not be able to?
  10. I think the hadith is talking about a different Nafs Al Zakiya to be honest this is the first time I have heard that he has to be a Sayyid. Not that I ma questioning you or the hadith I want to make sure it is authentic and fully reliable. Because the other Nafs al Zakiya is Muhammad ibn Abdullah, great-grandson of Imam Hasan (AS).
  11. I have always heard that was a different Nafs al Zakiya i.e. a cousin of Imam Jafar Ibn Muhammad (AS) who is from the progeny of Imam Hasan (AS) and was betrayed by the Abbasids after the dethroning of the Ummayads.
  12. wait can you provide proof that he will be a Sayyid?
  13. Lebanon is west of Hejaz although Maghrib is also used to refer to North Africa west of Egypt.
  14. Salam so according to this Salman should be dead and his death will be reveal very soon.
  15. There is not complete consensus in regards to the progeny of Imam al Hujjah (AJTF). the traditions in regards to Jazahirya al Khazra are based on weak sources and maybe more folklore than a real place. As far as the location of Imam (AS) is concern the knowledge of it is with Allah and thus anything else is just speculation. I have read the story which is the basis of speculation of Imam (AS) having a family and children and descendant. To be quite frank it has major plot holes and is liberal with its conjectures on what is possible and has many contradictions which are not addressed. However that does not mean the Imam doesn't have a family rather we do not have any concise proof in support or negation of the speculation.
  16. My dear brother Peace and Salutations be with you, I would like to apologies to you in advance because I would like to relate to you the the Roots of Fiqh al Jafaria. You see all 12 of the Imams we follow succeed are all Arab all Quraish All Hashimi And all from the Progeny of the Holy Prophet (SAWW). They are as follow: 1) Ali son Of Abu Talib 2) Hasan son of Ali 3) Husayn son of Ali 4) Ali son of Husayn 5) Muhammad son of Ali 6) Jafar son of Muhammad (after whom our school of thought is named) 7) Musa son of Jafar 8) Ali son of Musa 9) Muhammad son of Ali 10) Ali son of Muhammad 11) Hasan son of Ali 12) Al Hujjat (Arabic for Proof, meaning Proof of Divine Justice) son of Hasan (side note be the edict of the 12th Imam we are not to use his proper name when referring to him but for your sanity it is Muhammad his Kunyat is Abul Qasim like that of the Holy Prophet (SAWW). All were born Arabs and except for the First and the Last all were born in Medina (Imam Ali was born in the Kaba in Mecca and Imam Mahdi was born in Samarra in Modern day Iraq). If you are a Sunni as you claim then you either so let me tell you the origins of your Imams. Imam Abu Hanifa (founder of the Hanafi school) was Persian: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abū_Ḥanīfa. Imam Malik Ibn Anas was Arab. Imam Al Shafa'i was also Arab. Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal was Arab. Imam Bukhari was Persian. Imam Abu Mansur Maturidi was Uzbek. Imam Abu Dawood the compiler of Sunan bearing his name was Persian. Imam Muslim ibn Hajjaj was from Khorasan so Persian. Imam Fakhr al Din Razi was Persian. Imam Ibn Majah Persian. Imam al Tirmizi Persian. Imam Al Tabari Persian. Ibn Kathir Arab. Ibn Taymiyyah Kurdish. Ibn Qayyim Arab. I have mentioned 15 of the most influential scholars who have shaped the Doctrine of Ahle Al Sunnah Wal Jama and of them 8 are Persia, 2 are Uzbek and Kurdish (regions in very close proximity of Persia/Iran) leaving 5 of Arab decent. So who has a history more deeply in trenched ancestral ties to Persian culture the Shia or the Sunni? Also if you try to argue that our scholars like Ibn Sina or Majelisi or Tusi or Agha Khomeini are Iranians then let me remind you although we revere and honor our scholars dearly if their teachings even for a split moment disagree with the Teaches of Prophet (PBUHAHF) and is Ahlul Bayt (as) we will challenge them.
  17. I think what we need to do is better ourselves... As of right now the Houthis have not asked for the support of foreigners they are treating Yemen as an internal matter and the Saudis are the ones trying to give it the 'islamic' twist. Until the Yemeni calls upon the people of the the World to support his cause we should engage in the Prime Directive (for the trekkies out there :P)
  18. two issue 1) the Houthi leadership is Ithna Ashari with close ties to Agha Khamainei also during the early stages of negotiations between the Yemeni Gov't and themselves they requested Agha Sistani to represent them. 2) Zayd ibn Ali (RA) had the support of Imam Jafar (AS) please check your sources. Zayd's martyrdom was the second calamity for the Ahlul Bayt (AS) after Karbala. He is was very knowledgeable and pious like Muhammad Bin Hanafiyya (RA). Imam Jafar prayed for him and cursed his murders so to say he was going against the Imam of his time is incorrect. Also neither him nor his son claimed him Imam it was his followers who felt that Imammate belongs to those of descendents of Fatima (SA) who rise against the Oppressor of the time.
  19. thats the thing he did not recieve the dream save of one about the stars and the sun and the moon bowing to him ther rest were the dreams of his cellmates and the king of egypt.
  20. @Peace Seeker: My reasoning behind my willingness to allow RT's pointview to be consider does not mean I am do not believe in mircles I am just trying to see what was the meaning behind my dream. I also understand that many folks dreams are nothing more then our brain doing its best to sort out everything it does not however mean that you accuse me of Lying about a dream that is very near and dear to me. I mean in no way to offend anyone and I can tell you have some understanding of Irfan but remember that there are individuals out there who don't believe in it and for that reason I am trying to be very careful because what I most might get misinterpreted as Fitna, Kufr, Shirk, or Bida. something that can cause a lot of problems. @RT suppose you vwere correct in your analysis how does that take into account the story of Prophet Joseph because if as you claim that the dreams are just our subcontitious at work then Joseph predicting future events, the Qur'an mentions at least 4 different dreams he intrepreted, via these dream would make an infallible Prophet of God a liar. How do you justify that ? @Mahdi Look brother I wish you and your Caliph best of intentions however as someone who is a student of ilm al Rijal and Ahadiths I have to say that the Ahadiths point towards the 12 Caliphs of Imam (as) are weak. However Allah knows best and if I am misguided in my approach may He guide me straight and if it is you then may he guide you straight. Lakum din a kum walay ya din ( Al Qur'an-109:6)
  21. again thank you and RT I do see your point and understand where you are coming from and thus will accept your conclusion as one based on rationale... As far as this Ahmad Hassn al Basri is concerned no I do not follow him or hold any salvation due to him for the only salvation I need is that of the Ahlul Bayt (as).
  22. this is all very compelling but I am not convince whatever maybe the case it was a good read and something to ponder upon.
  23. remember that your utmost duty is to the Imam and Allah, and if the Imam comes to your doorstep do exactly as he says, don't question him not a word of discontent just understand that he knows best.
  24. to all thank you for your input... as for those who ask if I claim to be a prophet then you have not understood the Creed I follow which is the Oneness of the Lord the Seal of Prophethood with Muhammad (SAAW) and the Gurdianship of Ali ibn Abi Talib (as)... as for those who claim the dreams are complete rubbish please feel free to read the Wise and Noble Quran particularly the story of Prophet Joseph (as) and yes brother ateef I agree the goal is Allah and the nearness to the ones He is near too. Also the mere fact that someone claims the return of the Imam (as) before he (as) annonances it is Kufr unless your the righteous soul in which case you would be dead right now in between the Station of Abraham (as) and the Kaba. And no the Imam (as) is a physical entity not a metaphor for the Qu'ran
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