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  1. The shia text is mentioned and explained in a different understanding. I agree with you that not knowing a fiqhi matter is not considered a sin or a fault. However, this would be an huge embarrassment of an high ranking scholar not to know BASIC fiqh issues. However, are you honestly suggesting that the holy ahlulbayt never heard of this hadith that prophets do not leave behind inheritance? Are you really telling me that the only daughter of the holy prophet (s) never knew this? The holy prophet (s) never ever mentioned this or discussed this with his daughter about inheritance issues in
  2. Narration also doesnt say anything about hell. Which you are implying. The narration does not say anything about heaven either which you were implying earlier on. This is my whole point. The narration does not say anything about heaven or hell. Also this is only an opinion of Ammar. He did not say that he heard the holy prophet (s) say this about Aisha. So opinions can't be taken as facts. There is NO consensus amongst the scholars of the sunnis on who the twelve were. There are so many different opinio
  3. What do you mean obviously? the narration does not say anything about jannah. it just says she will be the wife in the hereafter. that is your whishful thinking and interpretation. As i mentioned earlier, if you have a brother/son that is doomed to hell, he will still by your brother/son in the hereafter. He actually was a twelver as he believed in the hadith of the holy prophet (s) mentioning that there will be twelve imams after him. Nowhere does the holy prophet (s) say that we need to follow Aisha in anything, let alone this kufr action she took by going aga
  4. This bukhari narration has problems for you brother. I mentioned this to another person on this forum and he came out with just lame excuses. Firstly, this is not a hadith. This is an "opinion" of a sahaba and not the saying of the prophet (s). Ammar did not say here that the prophet (s) told him this. Secondly, if a wife (or a son, brother, uncle) of anyone goes to hell, this still means the relationship would still carry on in the hereafter. Thirdly, if you insist that this narration is true and whatever ammar said was correct then proves that hazrat aisha was not purified an
  5. Masha Allah brother. good analysis. I would like to make a couple of points regarding the above to our sunni brothers who claim this excuse. These people who came to the Holy prophet (sawas) were sahabas. My first point is: why would sahabas show hostility to other sahabas? I thought they all got along with each other and liked each other? Why did some sahaba actually HATE imam ali? حَدَّثَنِي مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ بَشَّارٍ، حَدَّثَنَا رَوْحُ بْنُ عُبَادَةَ، حَدَّثَنَا عَلِيُّ بْنُ سُوَيْدِ بْنِ مَنْجُوفٍ، عَنْ عَبْدِ اللَّهِ بْنِ بُرَيْدَةَ، عَنْ أَبِيهِ ـ رضى الله عنه ـ قَالَ بَعَثَ الن
  6. I said to you before that I won't reply in terms of debating you dumbo! However, I still don't want you to run away again like you did on fadak, muta and the love of ahulbayt. So the ball is in your court mr nasbi. Are you going to run away like your master used to or are you going to stand your ground and fight like a man?
  7. I know you are hurt because i have comprehensively demolished your weak arguments on fadak, muta and the love of ahlulbayt mentioned in the quran. Yet, you shamelessly come back for more beatings. Have you nasbi's no shame whatsoever? Why can't you just admit that you can't answer my two simple questions instead of beating around the bush and running around like a headless chicken.
  8. @onereligion just admit it brother, you have ran away in the other thread because you could not answer my fadak and ibn abbas questions and you are trying to run away again from my 2 easy questions. typical nasbi behavior! when the going gets tough, the tough gets going. There is no shame if you can't answer them, or you need more time to research but it is not right if you are just trying to play games with me and waste time as you usually do with everyone.
  9. @onereligion you were all over the show and were unable to counter our arguments on fadak. Therefore it is you that likes to twist facts and evidences. I still will stick to my stance where I said i will not reply to you, i.e in debates because you are not worth it due to your lack of reasoning and logic. So back to my 2 SIMPLE questions i asked you, are you going to answer them? Yes or no?
  10. @skamran110 Salam. Brother I am surprised you are still debating with @onereligion. What do you expect to achieve from this brainwashed nasbi. Even if we tell him 2+2=4, he won't believe us because we are shia. No other real reason. He has failed to answer my two basic questions. If he can't answer simple questions, then do we really think we can debate with him on advanced/intellectual topics such as the one in this thread?
  11. @onereligion I see you are still avoiding my two basic questions. It's plain to see by everyone that you have cleverly evaded my simple queries. If you can't answer my simple questions, you really think we can convince you of imamate in Quran? Just man up and admit it that you can't answer my questions instead of playing games.
  12. There are different chains for this hadith and some Sunnis have declared those to be weak. However, I recommend the brothers to use this version as all the narrators are trustworthy. This hadith is 100% sahih according to sunni rijal system. Enjoy! Mustadrak al-Hakim: عن سفيان بن سعيد الثوري (من رجال الصحاح الستة) عن عبد الله بن عثمان بن خثيم (وثّقه : ابن معين والعجلي والنسائي وابن سعد وذكره ابن حبّان في الثقات وقال أبو حاتم : ما به بأس صالح الحديث) عن عبد الرحمن بن بهمان (ذكره ابن حبّان في الثقات ووثّقه ابن حجر في التهذيب وتقريب التهذيب ، وكذا غيرها) قال : سمعت جابر بن عبد الله يقول
  13. @skamran110 Mash Allah, this is a good thread brother. Although this issue has been dealt with many times, it is a good reminder to the rest of the Muslims who have an open mind and a sincere heart. My two simple questions to the non shia brothers would be the following: 1. If 33:33 was revealed for the wives, and they were purified, then why did some of them continue to annoy Allah and his messenger? Didn't surah tahrim (66) came after surah ahzab (33)? If so, then why didn't the some of the wives change their behavior with the holy prophet (s)? 2. Can anyone show me just
  14. @skamran110 Salam brother. This is one of the reasons (given below) why we should not debate with people like @onereligion I asked him on (November 19) just two simple questions on the (check the previous page 6 towards the bottom) and he failed to answer either of them. This clearly shows that either he does not read our posts properly or deliberately avoids answering the questions and just goes on with emotional rants. Either way, I think we should try to refrain from engaging serious discussions with this brainwashed child unless he changes his attitude. What do you think b
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