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  1. Bollywood Hero is right!! Ammar Naqshawani does not appeal to the thick and stupid! Bollywood, watch some more bollywood films, and leave Islamic lectures to Muslims. Looks like ur ex-Hindu roots kicking in!!
  2. Salaam Alaykum, Sr. 3asel it seems like this whole 'conflict' is a result of your childish post. Clearly you are here to express, whether implicitly or explicitly, your dislike towards Br. Ammar. Please grow up!! Ws.
  3. www.bbc.co.uk London blasts cause chaos on Tube Emergency services by the 26 bus Emergency services in protective clothing were deployed at the bus site London's Tube network has been plunged into chaos with stations cleared after minor blasts on two trains and a bus. Met Police chief Sir Ian Blair said three Tube lines were suspended but it was time London returned to normal. The minor explosions - two weeks after blasts killed 56 - involved detonators only, a BBC reporter said. There was one injury. Police sources say the blasts may have been near simultaneous and that they are being linked with the 7 July bombs. They say a number of fugitives are being sought. Two people have been arrested in Whitehall. Detectives are recovering a lot of evidence from the sites, and believe the latest events may either be a repetition of the 7 July attacks or may help with a breakthrough in the investigation. Map Eyewitnesses heard bangs and saw abandoned rucksacks at the sites of the incidents at Warren Street and Oval tube stations as well as the number 26 bus in Bethnal Green. There was an attempt to cause an explosion at Shepherd's Bush Hammersmith and City line, police said. Police told reporters that a man had threatened to blow himself up and then ran off. At Warren Street and Oval a man was seen running away from the scene. On the bus, there were no injuries and the bus suffered no structural damage. Large areas around all four sites were cordoned off. Tests for chemical, biological and radiological weapons proved negative. One person was injured at Warren Street. There were reports the injured person may have been holding a rucksack containing the detonator. In other developments:- * The whole of the Northern Line has been suspended, along with the Hammersmith and City line. * University College Hospital was cordoned off twice, with armed police entering the building. There were reports they were searching for a suspect from the Warren Street incident. * Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Sir Ian Blair, Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer, Attorney General Lord Goldsmith, Immigration Minister Des Browne and Transport Secretary Alistair Darling attended Downing Street for a meeting with the prime minister. * There were also alerts at Wood Lane in Shepherd's Bush, around St Paul's and, outside London, at St Albans station. * A number of other stations were closed during the alert, including Great Portland Street, Westminster, Waterloo, St Paul's and Oxford Circus tube stations, as well as Waterloo tube station and King's Cross Thameslink. * Sir Ian appealed for witnesses with mobile phone pictures of any of the incidents to visit the www.police.uk website. Prime Minister Tony Blair said: "We can't minimise incidents such as this because they obviously have been serious in the four different places as we know. "I think all I'd like to say is this that we know why these things are done, they're done to scare people and to frighten them, to make them anxious and worried." Shepherd's Bush Police have set up cordons round the stations Sofiane Mohellebi, 35, was travelling from Oxford Circus to Walthamstow when she was evacuated from a train at Warren Street. "I was in the carriage and we smelt smoke - it was like something was burning. "Everyone was panicked and people were screaming. We had to pull the alarm. I am still shaking."
  4. n His Name. The Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, The picture is of Syed Mujtaba Al-Shirazi, he is Syed Sadiq's younger brother. I attend his lessons in London so when i saw the photo i recognised him straight away. Here is another picture of him:
  5. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, May Allah have mercy on him, truly a nice man. Ws.
  6. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, He was a Shia cleric, far from being a 'Mujtahid', who supposedly embraced the Salafi religion. The guy is virtually unknown in the seminary of Najaf and Qum, i asked a lot of scholars about him, and most laughed in my face when i called him an Ayatullah. Ws.
  7. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Habeebi NoorFatima, lek walla inta sudug noor al zahra. [Edited - Mod Note: Suspended for improper comments] Ws.
  8. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Bro. Khadim please feel free to critically evaluate the aspects you dislike at www.zalaal.net and i will present them to the admins of the site. Ws.
  9. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Unity is definitely favored in Islam, as one brother stated. However, unity with other schools of thought, albeit deviant, can only be established on economical, social and political grounds. Never can we unite on ideology, this will require a degree of comprise, the ones who have truly understood their Islamic ideology are very rigid in ‘Aqeeda. I found the website to be very useful; the references provided have been checked and hold true. Ws.
  10. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Bro. Khadim Inshallah similar website will be available in English. The "accusations" you refer to have been critically put forward by Ayatullah Amili, one can safely assume he exceeds you in knowledge. Ws.
  11. In His Name the Most High Very well done Br. NoorFatima. Having read through the whole debate, i can honestly say your opponents were MIGHTY losers. Keep up the good work Habibi, Allah yi7shurak ma3a al Zahra inshallah. Ws.
  12. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Who owns the site?
  13. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, "Ali is with Haqq and Haqq is with Ali." Source: Tarikh Baghdadi, by Al-Khateeb Al-Baghdadi Also a similar hadith reads: "Ali is the mark that splits truth and falsehood." source: Musnad Ahmed ibn Hanbal and Mustadark Al-Hakim. Ws.
  14. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Yeh i voted!! Voted for 169... ws.
  15. In His Name the Most High Al Salaam Alaykum, Ayesha and Hafsa have been criticised in the Quran, in fact Allah addresses them in a very negative manner indeed, not a tone one expects to be directed to "Mother of Muslims": ----[shakir 66:1] O Prophet! why do you forbid (yourself) that which Allah has made lawful for you; you seek to please your wives; and Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. [Pooya/Ali Commentary 66:1] As a preface to this surah refer to and study carefully the commentary of Ahzab : 28 to 32, 33, 34, 35 on pages 897 to 908 in which the character pattern of the two wives referred to in this surah, A-isha and Hafsa, has been discussed in the light of the traditions reported by Bukhari and other well known Muslim scholars. The Holy Prophet used to drink a glass of honey-syrup whenever he visited the apartment of Zaynab. A-isha and Hafsa became resentful, and A-isha devised a plot. Knowing the Holy Prophet's dislike of unpleasant smells she held her nose when he came to her apartment after drinking a glass of honey-syrup prepared by Zaynab, and accused him of having eaten the produce of a very ill-smelling tree. When she accused him of having eaten maghafir (a nauseating herb) the Holy Prophet said that he had taken only honey. She said: "The bees had fed on maghafir." When he visited Hafsa she also acted just like A-isha. Displeased with their obnoxious behaviour the Holy Prophet vowed not to eat honey any more. This is recorded by Bukhari in his commentary on Tahrim, in his Sahih, Vol. 3, p. 136. In the same place are recorded several traditions as related by Umar bin Khattab stating that the two women, A-isha and Hafsa were insolent and haughty towards the Holy Prophet. On a day assigned to Hafsa, when she was not found in her apartment as she went to her parent's house, the Holy Prophet spent the night with Marya, the coptic girl, presented to him by the ruler of Egypt, who became the mother of his son, Ibrahim. To calm the quarrelsome bad temper of Hafsa he vowed that he would have no more to do with Marya. The wives of the Holy Prophet were expected to show a higher standard in behaviour, as they were in the company of the superior most teacher of manners, social behaviour and etiquette. The Holy Prophet's mind was sorely distressed by the obnoxious behaviour of A-isha and Hafsa and he renounced the society of his wives for one month. Verse one was revealed to say that as Allah has allowed him honey and Marya, he did not have to forsake any of them. If any vow prevents from doing good or acting rightly one should expiate the vow, but not refrain from doing good deeds. For the expiation of oaths and vows see commentary of Ma-idah: 89 and for the vain oaths and vows Baqarah: 225. Verses 3 to 5 refer to A-isha and Hafsa who were envious and jealous to the point of sickness against the Holy Prophet's refined and highminded wives. Once Hafsa came to know about a very personal matter concerning the Holy Prophet which he thought should not be made public, therefore he asked her not to publish it. But she at once rushed to her friend A-isha and whispered to her a version which was in great part untrue. Hafsa who betrayed confidence and A-isha who encouraged the betrayal were commanded to turn in repentance to Allah. If they were to resist repentance and amends, they would be abetting each other's crime but could not harm the most perfect messenger of Allah whom all the spiritual forces always surrounded to protect from every type of slander and falsehood. Please refer to Kanz al Ummal, vol. 6 p. 294 and Ibn Sad's Tabaqat, vol.8, p. 115. Salihul muminin, "the (most) righteous among the believers" refers to Imam Ali according to Tafsir Durr al Manthur by Jalal al Din al Suyuti, Tafsir al Husayni, Kamaluddin Husayn Kashifi and Hayat ul Awliya. Aqa Mahdi Puya says: To make a vow to do a thing which one has the option to do or not to do is permissible in Islam if there is good in it. A husband can accommodate his wife's legitimate desires to a reasonable extent. Ma-idah: 89 gives details of expiation for cancelling the oath. The recommendation in verse 2 to the Holy Prophet to dissolve his oath is put forward in view of the insolent behaviour of A-isha and Hafsa described in verse 3. The tone of the first two verses is like Bara-at: 43 wherein hypocrites have been blamed for falsehood. Refer to the commentary of the verses of Ahzab mentioned above on pages 897 to 907 particularly Aqa Mahdi Puya's note on page 899. The Prophet had discretionary power to divorce any or all his wives, and if he did so Allah would give him good women as his wives in place of the existing wives, who were, in view of verse 5, ordinary women harbouring envy, jealousy, and ill-will against others; particularly A-isha's hostility towards Ali Ibn abi Talib has been recorded by all the well known historians. See commentary of Ahzab on pages 897 to 907. At last she led an army of insurgents against him in the battle of Jamal. See details of this battle in the Early History of Islam by Dr. Safdar Husain. At that time there were better women of character and integrity than the wives of the Holy Prophet. The evil demonstrated by the two has been described as sufficient transgression to be condemned to the fire of hell; so the believing and obedient wives of the Holy Prophet are warned to save themselves from a fire whose fuel is men and stones as stated in Baqarah: 24. When verse 6 was recited by the Holy Prophet a man stood up and said: "I try my best to make the members of my family follow the commands of Allah, do good and avoid evil, but my advice falls on deaf ears and they-do not obey." The Holy Prophet said: "Blessed is he who teaches righteousness and the commands of Allah to his family. If they do not listen to you, they shall be the fuel of the fire. You are safe because you have done your duty." It is written in Minhajus Sadiqin that when those who have done good deeds and believed in Allah will be rewarded on the day of judgement, they will pray to Allah to bless him more and give him more reward who taught them the true teachings of Allah, His Prophet and Ahl ul Bayt and showed them how to follow them in letter and spirit. Reverse will be the fate of those heads of the families who did not do their duty to their families. All of them will be the fuel of the fire. The punishment the disbelievers will undergo is the result of their disbelief and evil deeds. It is the fruit of their own misdeeds, the result of their own deliberate choice. [shakir 66:2] Allah indeed has sanctioned for you the expiation of your oaths and Allah is your Protector, and He is the Knowing the Wise. [shakir 66:3] And when the prophet secretly communicated a piece of information to one of his wives-- but when she informed (others) of it, and Allah made him to know it, he made known part of it and avoided part; so when he informed her of it, she said: Who informed you of this? He said: The Knowing, the one Aware, informed me. [shakir 66:4] If you both turn to Allah, then indeed your hearts are already inclined (to this); and if you back up each other against him, then surely Allah it is Who is his Guardian, and Jibreel and -the believers that do good, and the angels after that are the aiders. [shakir 66:5] Maybe, his Lord, if he divorce you, will give him in your place wives better than you, submissive, faithful, obedient, penitent, adorers, fasters, widows and virgins. ...This verse refers to Ayesha and Hafsa, check the tafseer of Ibn Katheer, Tafseer of Suyti, Tafseer of Jalaleen, Tafseer of Tabari. Taken from www.al-islam.org Ws.
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