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PersianGulfever

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  1. تولدت مبارک عزیز. سال خوبی داشته باشید

  2. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  3. Is there any sex desire in Jannah?
  4. would you pls give us a prooof pls? did you ever read the posts? quranikly speaking, you are wrong.
  5. 3. the selling of the life the verse is taking about, for the liable of the verse, is permanent and everywhere: The liable(s) for the Laylatolmabit verse, live with this attribute and this “buying and selling” is not restricted to single trade in their lives. This trade, to these people, is permanent everlasting repetitive, and. this point is derived from the essential denotation of the present tense verb _here YASHRI (sell/s) _ which indicates enduring, constancy, and repetition. the Laylatolmabit verse is specifically unconditional and is not limited to a special place, location, or spot, whereas, in the verse 111 of Towbah, “buying Mo3menin’s life and property” has been expressed using the past tense ESHTARI (sold) and the purchase and sale is restricted to the battlefield and whatever relating to it: Åöäøó Çááøåó ÇÔúÊóÑóì ãöäó ÇáúãõÄúãöäöíäó ÃóäÝõÓóåõãú æóÃóãúæóÇáóåõã ÈöÃóäøó áóåõãõ ÇáÌóäøóÉó íõÞóÇÊöáõæäó Ýöí ÓóÈöíáö Çááøåö ÝóíóÞúÊõáõæäó æóíõÞúÊóáõæäó æóÚúÏðÇ Úóáóíúåö ÍóÞøðÇ Ýöí ÇáÊøóæúÑóÇÉö æóÇáÅöäÌöíáö æóÇáúÞõÑúÂäö æóãóäú ÃóæúÝóì ÈöÚóåúÏöåö ãöäó Çááøåö ÝóÇÓúÊóÈúÔöÑõæÇú ÈöÈóíúÚößõãõ ÇáøóÐöí ÈóÇíóÚúÊõã Èöåö æóÐóáößó åõæó ÇáúÝóæúÒõ ÇáúÚóÙöíãõ ﴿111﴾ Allah has purchased from the believers their selves and possessions, and for them is paradise. They fight in the way of Allah, slay, and are slain. That is a binding promise upon him in the torah, the gospel and the Koran; and who is there that more truthfully fulfills his covenant than Allah? Therefore, rejoice in the bargain you have bargained with him. That is the mighty winning. (111) the unconditional time and place introduced in Laylatolmabit verse has made the selling of the life’s trade an everlasting trade happening anywhere.
  6. right. and prophet saww had the same problem since many people in the world are not Muslim yet and Islam is not the religion of the majority.
  7. 2. This verse is informing us about the “selling ones life” or self sacrifice. As we said in the first point, there had been some people at the time of the revelation of Laylatolmabit ve4rse that the verse is talking about the secret of their selling their lives. if we look at it rationally we get to this conclusion that : they, in order to gain the MARDHAT (pleasures) of God, sell their lives, but what happens outside is not “selling the life” rather “sacrificing the life” to gain God’s pleasures. We can name this “sacrificing the life to gain God’s pleasers” a “selling the life to gain God’s pleasures” only hen God, that is the one who owns the pleasure, expresses His agreements. in another word, BAY3 (selling) needs affirmation and acceptance and without affirmation and acceptance, no BAY3 (selling) has occurred, but we see, in Laylatolmabit verse, God has called their effort a “buying and selling” and refers to it with the expression “YASHRI” (sell/s) which is as His subscription to this trade. Besides, this verse has been made up of 2 parts: A. The part that talks about the life trade in return for God’s pleasures. B. The par that talks about God’s mercy upon the worshippers. if the first part of this verse, only talks about a simple action and not a trade, the relation between these 2 parts will be completely broken, while in Quranic verse the endings are incomplete relation with their previous parts which means this trade has been done.
  8. dont make me talk about how your belittling Prophet saww and even God to prove your Abubakr.
  9. the ccauses are different. in the case I explained it is more the matter of difficulty of the earlier one's in pronounciation. but in the one you sait it is the matter of Arabic influence on Farsi (PArsi) pronounciations. they didnt have P you know. guy! pronouncing something between z and s is a very tough job. I cant make the sound.
  10. you must be kidding. it's awful even to think about it. (I feel pain there)
  11. come down man. why do you tend to mix things? a sildier is a protector and defender, no matter what he defends. he defends what he is told to. a soldier is respected since he is defending. Imam Ali A never kept quiet. he didnt even helped the caliphs. he did help Islam and Muslim people but not caliphs. suppose he kept quiet, can you tell me why? he didnt have the folowers he needed at that time. but for 7 (in some narrations 9, in some 5, in some, 3) people he didnt have any other follower. people didnt want him to rule them. now we want. and we are not less than the number of fingers. and we dont have anything to do with sunnis. we do our missionaries they can do theirs. only dont kill us under the name of kafir (remember the caliphs didnt kill the very early shias such as salman ra why dont you learn this from your caliphs?)
  12. guy, this is what the thread is asking. we are just replying.
  13. I found it. I guess Ghazzali ia authentic enough. Abu hamed Ghazzali writes in the book Serr AlAlamin: æÇÌãÚ ÇáÌãÇåíÑ Úáì ãÊä ÇáÍÏíË ãä ÎØÈÊå Ýí íæã ÚíÏ íÒÍã ÈÇÊÝÇÞ ÇáÌãíÚ æåæ íÞæá : « ãä ßäÊ ãæáÇå ÝÚáí ãæáÇå » ÝÞÇá ÚãÑ ÈÎ ÈÎ íÇ ÃÈÇ ÇáÍÓä áÞÏ ÃÕÈÍÊ ãæáÇí æãæáì ßá ãæáì ÝåÐÇ ÊÓáíã æÑÖì æÊÍßíã Ëã ÈÚÏ åÐÇ ÛáÈ Çáåæì ÊÍÈ ÇáÑíÇÓÉ æÍãá ÚãæÏ ÇáÎáÇÝÉ æÚÞæÏ ÇáäÈæÉ æÎÝÞÇä Çáåæì Ýí ÞÚÞÚÉ ÇáÑÇíÇÊ æÇÔÊÈÇß ÇÒÏÍÇã ÇáÎíæá æÝÊÍ ÇáÃãÕÇÑ æÓÞÇåã ßÃÓ Çáåæì ÝÚÇÏæÇ Åáì ÇáÎáÇÝ ÇáÃæá : ÝäÈÐæå æÑÇÁ ÙåæÑåã æÇÔÊÑæÇ Èå ËãäÇð ÞáíáÇ . ÇÒ ÎØÈååÇí ÑÓæá ÑÇãí ÇÓáÇã (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÂáå æÓáã) ÎØÈå ÛÏíÑ Îã ÇÓÊ ßå åãå ãÓáãÇäÇä ÈÑ ãÊä Âä ÇÊÝÇÞ ÏÇÑäÏ . ÑÓæá ÎÏÇ ÝÑãæÏ : åÑ ßÓ ãä ãæáÇ æ ÓÑÑÓÊ Çæ åÓÊã ¡ Úáí ãæáÇ æ ÓÑÑÓÊ Çæ ÇÓÊ . ÚãÑ Ó ÇÒ Çíä ÝÑãÇíÔ ÑÓæá ÎÏÇ (Õáí Çááå Úáíå æÂáå æÓáã) Èå Úáí (Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã) Çíä æäå ÊÈÑíß ÝÊ : «ãÈÇÑß¡ ãÈÇÑß ¡ Çí ÇÈæÇáÍÓä ¡ Êæ Çßäæä ãæáÇ æ ÑåÈÑ ãä æ åÑ ãæáÇí ÏíÑí åÓÊí.» Çíä ÓÎä ÚãÑ ÍßÇíÊ ÇÒ ÊÓáíã Çæ ÏÑ ÈÑÇÈÑ ÝÑãÇä íÇãÈÑ æ ÇãÇãÊ æ ÑåÈÑí Úáí (Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã) æ äÔÇäå ÑÖÇíÊÔ ÇÒ ÇäÊÎÇÈ Úáí (Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã) Èå ÑåÈÑí ÇãÊ ÏÇÑÏ º ÇãÇ Ó ÇÒ ÐÔÊ Âä ÑæÒåÇ ¡ ÚãÑ ÊÍÊ ÊÃËíÑ åæÇí äÝÓ æ ÚáÇÞå Èå ÑíÇÓÊ æ ÑåÈÑí ÎæÏÔ ÞÑÇÑ ÑÝÊ æ ÇÓÊæÇäå ÎáÇÝÊ ÑÇ ÇÒ ãßÇä ÇÕáí ÊÛííÑ ÏÇÏ æ ÈÇ áÔßÑ ßÔíåÇ ¡ ÈÑÇÝÑÇÔÊä ÑãåÇ æ ÔæÏä ÓÑÒãíäåÇí ÏíÑ ¡ ÑÇå ÇãÊ ÑÇ Èå ÇÎÊáÇÝ æ ÈÇÒÔÊ Èå ÏæÑÇä ÌÇåáí åãæÇÑ ßÑÏ æ [ãÕÏÇÞ Çíä Âíå ÞÑÂä ÔÏ :] Ó¡ Âä [ÚåÏ] ÑÇ ÔÊö ÓÑö ÎæÏ ÇäÏÇÎÊäÏ æ ÏÑ ÈÑÇÈÑ Âä ¡ ÈåÇíì äÇíÒ Èå ÏÓÊ ÂæÑÏäÏ¡ æ å ÈÏ ãÚÇãáåþÇì ßÑÏäÏ . ÇáÛÒÇáí ¡ ÃÈæ ÍÇãÏ ãÍãÏ Èä ãÍãÏ ¡ ÓÑ ÇáÚÇáãíä æßÔÝ ãÇ Ýí ÇáÏÇÑíä ¡ Ì 1 ¡ Õ 18 ¡ ÈÇÈ Ýí ÊÑÊíÈ ÇáÎáÇÝÉ æÇáããáßÉ ¡ ÊÍÞíÞ : ãÍãÏ ÍÓä ãÍãÏ ÍÓä ÅÓãÇÚíá æÃÍãÏ ÝÑíÏ ÇáãÒíÏí ¡ äÇÔÑ : ÏÇÑ ÇáßÊÈ ÇáÚáãíÉ - ÈíÑæÊ / áÈäÇä ¡ ÇáØÈÚÉ : ÇáÃæáì ¡ 1424åÜ 2003ã . Amongst the sermons of the honored messenger of God saww is the Qadir sermon that all Muslims are in agreement about its text. The messenger of God saww said: whosoever I am the master, Ali A is his master. Omar after this command of Messenger of God saww congratulated Ali A this way: “congratulations, congratulations, O AbolHasan, thou are the master (mowla) and leader of mine and else one’s now.” this utterance of Omar shows his surrendering toward the Porphet saww’s commandment and Imammat and leadership of Ali A and a sign of his contentment because of Ali’s appointment as the leadership of the Ummah; however, after those days passed, omar under the influence of egoism and fondness of his own superintendence and leadership and deviated the pillar of caliphate from its right position, and with invasions, raising flags and conquering other lands, opend the path of schism of the ummah and to the ignorant time and [he became a sample of this verse of Quran]: 'But they threw it behind their backs and they bought with it a little price.’
  14. Laylatolmabit verse: æóãöäó ÇáäøóÇÓö ãóä íóÔúÑöí äóÝúÓóåõ ÇÈúÊöÛóÇÁ ãóÑúÖóÇÊö Çááøåö æóÇááøåõ ÑóÄõæÝñ ÈöÇáúÚöÈóÇÏö ﴿207﴾ but there are among people he who would give away his life desiring the pleasure of Allah. Allah is gentle to his worshipers. (207) According to ahadith, any single verse of the Quran as got one Dhahir and 70 Batin. As for the verse 2:207, famous as Laylatolmabit verse revelead in the honor of Amiralmo3menin A, there are 110 pointes exploited that has been written down in the book “Laylah Almabit” by “Gholamreza Sadeqifard” that I am going to post some. 1. the Laylatolmabit verse must have had an example when the verse had bean revealed and this example must not necessarily be restricted to an only one: The verse says: “there are among people”. As logicians say, this sentence is a “Mowjebeye Joz3eeye”, or a partially affirmative proposition. Such propositions are reliable if they have at least one example. As this verse is a verse by God, hence is a complete truth, the existence of at least one example for this verse is definite. Now that we know there is at least one person corresponding with this verse, one may want to know whether there are some more people corresponding with it. In this verse, the understood (mustater) pronoun HOWA (he) that is an antecedent for the relative pronoun MAN (among/ someone of) is a single masculine pronoun, but it doesn’t mean that MAN refers only to “an individual man”. In Quran, we have verses with the use of the same pronoun(MAN) that not only don’t refer to “an individual man”, but also refer to some women since this pronoun is a “collective relative pronoun”(Mushtarak Mowsul). Such as in Ahzab Surah, verse 30: íóÇ äöÓóÇÁ ÇáäøóÈöíøö ãóä íóÃúÊö ãöäßõäøó ÈöÝóÇÍöÔóÉò ãøõÈóíøöäóÉò íõÖóÇÚóÝú áóåóÇ ÇáúÚóÐóÇÈõ ÖöÚúÝóíúäö æóßóÇäó Ðóáößó Úóáóì Çááøóåö íóÓöíÑðÇ ﴿30﴾ O wives of the prophet! whosoever among you commit a flagrant indecency, for her the punishment shall be doubled, that is easy for Allah. (30) or the same surah verse 36: æóãóÇ ßóÇäó áöãõÄúãöäò æóáóÇ ãõÄúãöäóÉò ÅöÐóÇ ÞóÖóì Çááøóåõ æóÑóÓõæáõåõ ÃóãúÑðÇ Ãóä íóßõæäó áóåõãõ ÇáúÎöíóÑóÉõ ãöäú ÃóãúÑöåöãú æóãóä íóÚúÕö Çááøóåó æóÑóÓõæáóåõ ÝóÞóÏú Öóáøó ÖóáóÇáðÇ ãøõÈöíäðÇ ﴿36﴾ it is not for any believer man or woman to have the choice in the affair when a matter is decreed by Allah and his prophet. whosoever disobeys Allah and his messenger strays into clear error. (36) At the beginning of this verse, the characteristic of the Mo3min (faithful man) and MO3mina (faithful woman) facing the commands of Prophet Saww has been propounded, and, at the end of the phrase “whosoever disobeys Allah and his messenger” using the term MAN (whosoever), a precept has been defined for this group. As we see, this term (whosoever) in this verse can refer to a group of faithful men and women, an individual faithful woman, in individual man, some women and a man, …. So Man in the Laylatolmabit verse is not exclusively restricted to an only man.
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