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  1. (wasalam) Well it's easy to prove. How can i do that? What does it mean ahadeeth fi asbabannuzool? Any kind of narration, that traced back usually to companion, where he testified that such and such verse revealed due to such and such person, case and etc. If you claim, that there are verses that were revealed for sayidina Ali (as) . I would ask you to present authentic narration. We could start with famous story of beggar and ring. Can anyone here cite single authentic narration on that? You see, i don't need huge copy paste from aa or alike sites. I wanna see authentic narration. A SINGLE AUTHENTIC NARRATION.
  2. (wasalam) Bin Baz also died in 1999. That was sheikh ibn Jibreen who issued that fatwa, but there were a lot scholars that preceded him. We can't ignore fatwas of imam Ahmad, Buhari, Abu Dhurah ar-Razi, Ali al-Qari al-Hanafi and etc.
  3. Sheikh Albani died in 1999. Take that into consideration, when you are going to write another mere words like these.
  4. (salam) People is there any info about his outward appearance? Tall, short, stout, thin?
  5. (salam) Any idea about such bookstore in Iran? Where person could buy classical shia books in arabic?
  6. (bismillah) (salam) I know a lot. Actually most of my friends are ex-shias. It's something common here, i mean such reversion.
  7. Well u can find it not only in the begining but in the midle too.
  8. From the beneath of stone in ring? Hmm. That's sounds normal for you? Lawh, stick and shawl under beneath of stone in the ring?
  9. Sorry brother, u think he have all those things with him? I mean he carry them everywhere where he goes? What about outward appearance? Is there any signs peculiar to him?
  10. (wasalam) No, i am just asking. U see, when you read in "Kafi" such words like "Muhammad ibn Yaqub said" or "Narrated Muhammad ibn Yaqub", no need to be genius to understand that that was written by someone other than Kulayni. Or you think he was talking about himself like about third person? Let me explain. "Muwatta" for example. I checked books and understood that there were two main narrators of "Muwatta". They narrated that book from Malik. And there were 5 main narrators of Sahih al Buhari. al-Firebri (320/932), an-Nasafi (295/907), an-Nesevi (290/902), al-Bezdevi (329/940), al-Mahamili (330/941). That's why you can see in some places of Sahih such words like "It was reported by Muhammad ibn Ismayeel"". See? Same should be here with Kafi, someone narrated that book from Kulayni, or added some narrations to it later. If you have any other ideas, be my quest.
  11. (bismillah) (salam) I read a short book regarding persons who met imam Mahdi. Let us imagine situation. That you are in trouble, and you met a person he said: I am Mahdi. How would you recognize him? And how people of the past knew that's Mahdi?
  12. (bismillah) (salam) How should we understand such things? Is someone else than sheikh Kulayni compilied or narrated book "Kafi"? "Kafi" (1/168): ÞóÇáó ÃóÈõæ ÌóÚúÝóÑò ãõÍóãøóÏõ Èúäõ íóÚúÞõæÈó Çáúßõáóíúäöíøõ ãõÕóäøöÝõ åóÐóÇ ÇáúßöÊóÇÈö ÑóÍöãóåõ Çááøóåõ ÍóÏøóËóäóÇ Úóáöíøõ Èúäõ ÅöÈúÑóÇåöíãó Úóäú ÃóÈöíåö Úóäö ÇáúÚóÈøóÇÓö Èúäö ÚõãóÑó ÇáúÝõÞóíúãöíøö Úóäú åöÔóÇãö Èúäö ÇáúÍóßóãö Úóäú ÃóÈöí ÚóÈúÏö Çááøóåö ( Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã ) Ãóäøóåõ ÞóÇáó áöáÒøöäúÏöíÞö ÇáøóÐöí ÓóÃóáóåõ ãöäú Ãóíúäó ÃóËúÈóÊøó ÇáúÃóäúÈöíóÇÁó æó ÇáÑøõÓõáó ÞóÇáó ÅöäøóÇ áóãøóÇ ÃóËúÈóÊúäóÇ Ãóäøó áóäóÇ ÎóÇáöÞÇð ÕóÇäöÚÇð ãõÊóÚóÇáöíÇð ÚóäøóÇ æó Úóäú ÌóãöíÚö ãóÇ ÎóáóÞó æó ßóÇäó Ðóáößó ÇáÕøóÇäöÚõ ÍóßöíãÇð ãõÊóÚóÇáöíÇð áóãú íóÌõÒú Ãóäú íõÔóÇåöÏóåõ ÎóáúÞõåõ æó áóÇ íõáóÇãöÓõæåõ ÝóíõÈóÇÔöÑóåõãú æó íõÈóÇÔöÑõæåõ æó íõÍóÇÌøóåõãú æó íõÍóÇÌøõæåõ ËóÈóÊó Ãóäøó áóåõ ÓõÝóÑóÇÁó Ýöí ÎóáúÞöåö íõÚóÈøöÑõæäó Úóäúåõ Åöáóì ÎóáúÞöåö æó ÚöÈóÇÏöåö æó íóÏõáøõæäóåõãú Úóáóì ãóÕóÇáöÍöåöãú æó ãóäóÇÝöÚöåöãú æó ãóÇ Èöåö ÈóÞóÇÄõåõãú æó Ýöí ÊóÑúßöåö ÝóäóÇÄõåõãú ÝóËóÈóÊó ÇáúÂãöÑõæäó æó ÇáäøóÇåõæäó Úóäö ÇáúÍóßöíãö ÇáúÚóáöíãö Ýöí ÎóáúÞöåö æó ÇáúãõÚóÈøöÑõæäó Úóäúåõ Ìóáøó æó ÚóÒøó æó åõãõ ÇáúÃóäúÈöíóÇÁõ ( Úáíåã ÇáÓáÇã ) æó ÕóÝúæóÊõåõ ãöäú ÎóáúÞöåö ÍõßóãóÇÁó ãõÄóÏøóÈöíäó ÈöÇáúÍößúãóÉö ãóÈúÚõæËöíäó ÈöåóÇ ÛóíúÑó ãõÔóÇÑößöíäó áöáäøóÇÓö Úóáóì ãõÔóÇÑóßóÊöåöãú áóåõãú Ýöí ÇáúÎóáúÞö æó ÇáÊøóÑúßöíÈö Ýöí ÔóíúþÁò ãöäú ÃóÍúæóÇáöåöãú ãõÄóíøóÏöíäó ãöäú ÚöäúÏö ÇáúÍóßöíãö ÇáúÚóáöíãö ÈöÇáúÍößúãóÉö Ëõãøó ËóÈóÊó Ðóáößó Ýöí ßõáøö ÏóåúÑò æó ÒóãóÇäò ãöãøóÇ ÃóÊóÊú Èöåö ÇáÑøõÓõáõ æó ÇáúÃóäúÈöíóÇÁõ ãöäó ÇáÏøóáóÇÆöáö æó ÇáúÈóÑóÇåöíäö áößóíúáóÇ ÊóÎúáõæó ÃóÑúÖõ Çááøóåö ãöäú ÍõÌøóÉò íóßõæäõ ãóÚóåõ Úöáúãñ íóÏõáøõ Úóáóì ÕöÏúÞö ãóÞóÇáóÊöåö æó ÌóæóÇÒö ÚóÏóÇáóÊöåö Abu Ja‘far Muhammad ibn Ya‘qub al-Kulayni, the author of this book, may Allah grant him blessings has said the following: reported to me Ali ibn Ibrahim, from his father from al-‘Abbass ibn ‘Umar al-Qummi from Hisham ibn al-Hakam from abu ‘Abdallah (alayhi salam) the following. "An atheist asked the Imam (alayhi salam), ‘How do you prove the truthfulness of the prophets and the messengers?’" The Imam (alayhi salam) said, "It is a fact that we have established with sufficient evidence the existence of our Creator, the Most Holy, the Most High and Exalted above all creatures. It is a fact that this Creator is All wise and Most High. His creatures can not see, touch, associate and directly communicate with Him. It proves that His deputies must be present among His creatures. It is His deputies and ambassadors who speak to people for Him and provide them guidance to protect their interests, to tell them what is beneficial to them and what are the best means of survival and what may cause their destruction. This proves the presence among people of those who conveys the commandments of the Creator, Who is All wise and All knowing Allah, the Most Holy, the Most High, to people. Such people are the prophet (alayhi salam) the chosen ones from among His creatures. They are the people of wisdom, disciplined with wisdom and sent to people with the message of wisdom. They are different from other people - although are like them in physical form and shape - in their conditions of discipline and their receiving direct support from Allah, the Most Holy, the Most High and All-Wise. This also proves their presence among people in all times to ensure the availability of the people with Divine authority who would have the kind of knowledge that would establish their truthfulness and trustworthiness."
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