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  1. Salaam, he was not shia at all, and by his actions and manner, he wasnt even muslim! he may have said he believes in Allah, and the prophet muhammad (saw) is his messenger, but he didnt really believe that in his heart, or he would have repsect toward Imam Hussain (as). I dont think he should be called muslim, he was a tyrant. (wasalam)
  2. (bismillah) (salam) For those who believe in the raj'a (i think thats what its called) which is when after Imam Mahdi (as) passes away other imams will come back, which i heard it will be Imam Hussain (as) first but then doesnt that mean that Imam Hussain (as) will die 2 times? Death is just the soul leaving the body, and going to the afterlife, right? Well then couldnt we say prophet isa (as) is dead temporarily or something, just like how the people of the cave died then came back to life? So what i want to know is, if imam hussain (as) is coming back after Imam Mahdi (as), wont he die again, therefore dying twice? (wasalam)
  3. (bismillah) (salam) To gain the benefit of dua ahad (becoming companion of Imam (as)) , do we have to say it 40 mornings after fajr?Or does it mean just in the morning, like for example, if you are doing it for sometime after each morning prayer, and you accidentally miss your morning prayer one day, can you still do it in the morning although not after fajr prayer? Or do you have to start over? (wasalam)
  4. (bismillah) (salam) I agree with P. ease, everything is a sign of Allah :)
  5. (bismillah) (salam) How those verses prove the infalibillity, is it says he did not err which means sin. (wasalam)
  6. (bismillah) (salam) Most sunnis think prophet muhammad (saw) wasnt infaliblle, and they think that about other prophets too, one main reason is because in the quran it quotes them repenting to Allah, well first of all, if people followed this, quran according to those people would be contradicting itself, heres proof to his infalibillity, 53:2 - Your companion (Muhammad) did not err, nor did he go astray. 53:3 - And he does not say anything by his own desire. 53:4 - It is but a divine revelation, which is revealed to him so clear proof of his infallibility, and if you still dont believe this.... theres a ayat in the quran (i searched for it, cant find it! :( ) that says "do not obey one who has erred or is ungrateful", so if prophet muhammad (pbuh) erred, we couldnt obey him, and therefore according to those who dont think he is infaliblle, the quran would be contradicting itself! because it says numerous places in the quran "obey Allah and his messenger" as of below O ye who believe! obey Allah, and obey the Messenger, and those charged with authority among you. If ye differ in anything among yourselves, refer it to Allah and His Messenger, if ye do believe in Allah and the Last Day: that is best, and most suitable for final determination. (4: 59). Notice the part i made in bold, according to shia that part refers to ahlul bayt (Prophet muhammad, Fatima, and 12 imams) peace be upon them, so it says obey him (the prophet) AND those charged in authority among you, who would also need to be infaliblle (since it says in quran somewhere:dont obey someone who has erred...), and umar, abu bakr, and the sunni caliphs are not infaliblle, it says in shia and sunni books in authentic hadiths that abu bakr and umar stole fadak from fatima zahra (sa), and Umar lit her house on fire, and therefore, angered her. Remember the authentic hadiths in sunni and shia sources saying prophet muhammad (saw) said "he who angers fatima angers me, and he who angers me, angers Allah", so obviously one who angers Allah has sinned, therefore not infallible, and its horrible, some sunnis have said Umar is superior to prophet (saw), and that Umar would say: If Allah knew my greatness, he would have made me prophet", so saying practically that Allah doesnt know something??? he knows everything! I have noticed also sunni scholars try to make their followers avoid shia books, but the shias dont do that, we let them explore the religions, heres a few books i would like to mention 1. To be with the truthful (written by a sunni who converted to shia) 2. Nights of peshawar (sunni/shia debate) 3. a movie produced from ONLY sunni resources about imam ali (as), you would think it would turn out different then how shia resources would make the movie, but nope, cause sunni books do have true things, but there are also many fabricated things, so they only took out the true parts, and it made it into a movie that turned out to be just like how shias depict the life of Imam Ali (as), and over 2 million sunnis converted to shia after seeing the movie. (i dont quite know the name of it, not on youtube though, and it was made by iranians) One more thing i would like to say, as we know, of all muslims, 95 percent are sunni, and 15 percent are shia, listen, the number isnt what matters, its the quality of their people, and their beliefs, many times it has happened the truth is small, while the false is big, but im not trying to say the smaller the people, the more truthful, or the bigger the more truthful, dont judge by number. (wasalam)
  7. (bismillah) (salam) Well, if signs of Allah (swt) can be connected to being proof of Allah (swt) (same thing practically), then i have an answer Imam Mahdi (as) has said about the scholars "They are your proof on me, and i am your proof on Allah", so technically when it goes back, they are proof of Allah (swt), which in other words is a sign of Allah (swt). Wouldn't you agree that someone who is Allah (swt) uses to guide people (meaning the scholars), and someone whos presence reminds us of Allah (swt), would be a sign of Allah(swt)? Inshallah this helped! (wasalam)
  8. (bismillah) (salam) Did Fatima Zahra (sa) wear the niqab? I have heard a hadith from somewhere though saying only the round part of her face was shown, so did she just wear the hijab without niqab, or with it? (wasalam)
  9. (bismillah) (salam) A brother calling someone else a brother doesnt mean theyre equal in status, for example fatima zahra (sa) refers to Maryam (sa) as her "sister", Maryam (sa) may not be equal to fatima zahra (sa) but they are very similar, usually brother/sister refer to similarity and closenes, and prophet muhammad (pbuh) referred to Imam Ali (as) as his brother, and they did the formula of brotherhood too. Imam Ali (as) wasn't equal to the prophet (pbuh) though, because no creation is equal to him. (wasalam)
  10. (bismillah) (salam) I dont understand why people always say "so and so wouldnt debate with a kid" or that kinda stuff, allamah hilli (r.a) was a mujtahid at 11 years old! He would teach 40 and 50 year olds! Its just average kids arent like allamah hilli (r.a). I always hear people saying stuff thats kinda negative about kids, as if they arent smart as older people or anything, (even though most i know arent). By the way, shouldnt use bad language, (a lot of people say "oh its not bad", only cause theyre so used to it), (wasalam)
  11. (bismillah) (salam) DO NOT JUDGE A TIME FOR THESE THINGS, only Allah (swt) knows, and the mayans believe its the end in 2012 i think, islam NEVER sets times for these things, even when were in the worst of times, they wont think "It must be the end of the world", or "Imam Mahdi (as) is coming", remember NOBODY except Allah (swt) knows when these 2 things will happen (wasalam)
  12. (bismillah) (salam) I have never heard you have to stand up, i say it sitting, and at mosques in muharram when they recite the ziyarat of ashura we sat down im pretty sure. (wasalam)
  13. (bismillah) (salam) I think a women who is religious (not always religious though), would accept marrying a religious poor man, remember Fatima (sa) married Imam Ali (as) even though he was very very poor, at first before he married her he didnt have a house, and to give her the dowry he had to sell his shield for money. (wasalam)
  14. (bismillah) (salam) Yes, i have heard that a few places, people will only take the parts of islam they are comfortable with doing, or like them, so they give islam a bad image. I heard its also a sign of Imam Mahdi's (as) coming, and i can see its already happening (the thing about the torn cloth). (wasalam)
  15. Salaam, yes, Prophet muhammads (pbuh) isma is higher than all of them. Wasalam
  16. Salaam, READ THIS: DO NOT SHARE YOUR DREAMS WITH ANYONE even if you had them, i never knew until recently your not supposed to share them, so please DO NOT SHARE, i would lock this topic, but i dont know how, or is it just the administrators that can lock them? Wa salam
  17. (bismillah) (salam) I would imagine that before what we now use as turbah, they would use earth, (it is required that if we dont have turbah to prostrate on, we use soil, or i think you can use a leaf too). (wasalam)
  18. Salaam, i dont understand why this question comes up so often, the imams (as) have married non sayeds, actually, all of them did except Imam Ali (as) and i THINK imam zayn ul abideen (as) married fatima (sa) daughter of Imam hassan, his cousin. Wa salam
  19. (salam) Im not gonna give anyone my id and password, so dont try to make me do it, practically everyone knows that rule, dont give anyone your id and password. (wasalam)
  20. (bismillah) (salam) I dont think this goes in this topic area, but i NEED to know how to change my password ASAP! Thanks! (wasalam)
  21. (bismillah) (salam) first of all, i would like to say i dont think theres anything wrong with having this (the mark), but i dont think theres any point in telling people about it, its not bad to if you need help in something that has to do with it, but other than that, try not to because when you do shaytaan or our nafs comes at us trying to make us proud, sometimes it can be even a TINY amount of pride that you dont even notice, like a atom size, which even that it is not good, i think you better explain to your teacher by the way about the sajda mark, so he/she doesnt misunderstand why they are there, try to conceal ones that arent on your forehead, hiding something on your forehead is pretty hard, unless you wanna tie something around it lol, but i dont think you would want to do that (wasalam) (bismillah) (salam) I think you meant to say happy/glad and not proud right? I hope so, because you shouldn't be proud of anything, but Imam Jafar Sadiq (as) "A true believer is one who when he does something good, hes happy, and when he does something bad, hes ashamed" by the way, dont think if you are happy when you do good and ashamed when you do bad your a true believer, there are many more qualities of a true believer as you probably know.\ (wasalam) (bismillah) (salam) If the ayatullahs, especially ones like behjat (r.a), say you should rub it off, i would, i think one reason for this might be, because it can cause a person bad, because as i said in a previous post, many times when you have a sajjda mark, you think, wow ive done sajda a lot, or something like that, then shaytaan and your nafs come at you trying to make you proud, but dont get angry and mad if you cant get it off (wasalam)
  22. Salaam some of my favorite are sayed mahdi al modarresi and sayed ammar nakshawani heres a link where you can choose from a variety of speakers, and they have a few speeches from each one. http://www.cyconline.co.uk/?p=Lectures&option=com_zina&Itemid=56 and they have sayed modaressi and sayed ammar, but if your mainly looking for sayed ammar nakshawanis speeches go to http://www.sayedammar.com/main/
  23. Salaam, have any of you heard of "naqsh" as what they call it, i have no idea what it is, or what you do with it, but here its on this page when you scroll down http://www.14five.com/friday_namaaz.htm Wa salam
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