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Abu'l Fadl

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  1. Subhân Allâh :lol:, actually with retardayn (arabic form of dual) I meant haidariam and you, and viola! the two retards (retardayn) just replied :)
  2. Really fun to see how retardayn help and support each other in their retardness.
  3. Sayyidunâ Abu Bakr al-Siddîq (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå) didn't rely on a single narration (khabar al-wâhid), rather he relied on something he heard directly with his own ears! Khabar al-Wâhid describes the manner of the narration that reached the latter Muslims not those who heard it directly :lol:
  4. Giving a rational twist to the narration in your books doesn't make you less [edited], show some respect to your ancestors.
  5. Allâh Most High is not compelled to be Just, he is not compelled to anything for He is the Doer of whatever He wills 'فعّال لما يريد'. He is Just but He punishes because He said this for Himself in the Qur'ân that He will punish for those things that are forbidden and reward for those things which He praised. As for 'He knows that it is bad', it is He who decides what is bad and good for if this would be left over to the people then they would contradict themselves while time is going on. Just to show a failure of deciding what is just and what is not by human reason is to simply look at the
  6. Subhân Allâh, and those guys are the one who says 'They don't know what 'Aliy is'? You guys have forsaken the foremost attribute of Sayyidunâ 'Aliy (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå). And may Allâh's curse be upon who fabricated this and accused the Mawlâ of believers concealing the command of the Dîn.
  7. You're free to represent Ibn Taymiyyah and defend his views but the site you've quoted are ignorant of the Asha'irah 'Aqîdah and they heavily misquote the Mutakallimîn. This claim is refuted by Shaykh Abu Âdam (ÍÝÙå Çááå) http://sunnianswers.wordpress.com/2010/05/05/fakhruddiin-ar-raaziyy-on-getting-blessings-from-dead-souls-by-their-graves/
  8. I literally quoted you saying it. Stop saying things you don't mean.
  9. Sorry, but this is way beyond your status and proves your utmost ignorance of the DÎn. How can a non-mutjahid, non-scholar but a pure ignorant layperson like you determine a "ijtihâd mistake" of a Mujtahid like a Sâhabi Abu Bakr al-Siddîq (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå)?
  10. Your interpretation and understanding goes against Ahl al-Sunnah which is indeed true. The verses states 'You will not see Me' and NOT 'I can't (never) be seen' which would negate 'ru'yah' completely, hence 'you will not see Me' refers to Dunyâ and not Ahl al-Djannah.
  11. The points you've listed are not "different visions" rather one vision through different "means".
  12. What sort of visions do exist? If you intend "seeing with heart" then this is figurative which implies perceiving with the heart and it is known that perceiving is not equal to vision/seeing.
  13. Funny how Kamal Haidary claims 'and we let the interpretation to the viewers' while he indirectly interpreted it by taking things out of context for the viewers. If you're sincere, then prove to all of us here that Ibn Taymiyyah compared in his view the act of Sayyidah Fâtimah (ÑÖí Çááå ÚäåÇ) to that of the munâfîqîn. I don't want clip, just copy the text and mark where he says that.
  14. What's the name of the DJ playing at the background?
  15. Wa 'Alaykum al-Salâm wa RahmatulLâh

  16. You don't even understand the point of my reasoning. If you look at the book from your sect of al-Hilli he explicitly mentions that Imâm is necessary while he doesn't say the same about Nubuwwah. I didn't mean necessary in the sense of belief but in the sense of existence. Existence is necessary when it's impossible that it ends while Nubuwwah is not necessary since it already ended.
  17. Concerning the Imamate. And it contains several subjects for discussion. The Imam is necessary (1) First, the Imamate is a universal authority (riyasa) in the things of religion and of the world belonging to some person and derived from (niyaba) the Prophet. And it is necessary (wajib) according to reason. For the Imamate is a kindness (from Allah) (lutf), and we know absolutely that when men have a chief (ra'is) and a guide (murshid) whom they obey, who avenges the oppressed from his oppression, then they draw near to soundness (salah) and depart from corruption. And we have s
  18. Because according to your sect Imâmah is NECESSARY while Nubuwwah is NOT. But of course, I can understand this flawed analogy when you're dumped by your 12th Imâm :D. The excuses for the 12th A'immah are so horrible that I don't see any point anymore in the whole doctrine.
  19. When I read the OP's post No, I think you're retard among them since you've said
  20. Chapter 66: TASLIM AT THE COMPLETION OF THE PRAYER Book 004, Number 1206: Abu Ma'mar reported: There was an Amir in Mecca who pronounced taslim twice. Abdullah said: Where did he get this sunnah? Al-Hakam said: There is a hadith to the effect that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) did like It. Book 004, Number 1207: 'Abdullah reported: An Amir or a person pronounced taslim twice. 'Abdullah said: Where did he get this sunnah? Book 004, Number 1208: 'Amir b. Sa'd reported: I saw the Messenger of Allah (may peace be open him) pronouncing taslim on his right and on his lef
  21. "As usual", sorry but is possible that you are you a retard? It says AFTER the prayer, meaning after the prayer ended already the adhkâr Allâhu Akbar begins not ending WITH it. Maybe someone can translate it in your language or something.
  22. This is not referring to takbîr at the end of the last sitting like Twelver Shi`as do but rather it refers to the Adhkâr what is done AFTER the prayer like the chapter indicates and this is easily deduced by only reading the hadîth number 1211 of Ibn 'Abbas (ÑÖí Çááå Úäå).
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