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*~Fatima~*

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  1. I seriously don't understand how one thing so looked down upon in the world can be a 'reward' in heaven.. doesn't add up. Not to mention - ugh.
  2. What does this "Ya la sa ra til Husayn" mean? Why is it the cry of those who want to avenge Imam Husayn's blood?
  3. It's when something just clicks with you. appeals to something deep within your soul.. and often very unreasonably so!
  4. *hear hear* I don't understand how people in this day and age can believe that someone is 'born' superior. weird!
  5. Very interesting!! I'm trying to figure how this fits with the solar storm theory. Can I share your Zion/Olympics post with people off the forum?
  6. Help! I don't understand this part :| P.s. you're a genius! And what's your take on the HAARP project??
  7. Awesome thread :) Jazakallah for sharing. No doubt as science progresses, it will inevitably be able to point towards the Absolute Knowledge!
  8. Oh. Yeah I guess. But Allah says that no harm befalls a believer except that it is for the atonement of his sins. As for natural disasters, birth defects etc., sometimes such trials drive the suffering person to reach out to God, when perfect health and worldly joy could make them forget about God. I think they are either a blessing in disguise being a trial to drive one closer to God, or to increase the person in the station of his Eman with God due to the forbearance and patience with which the trial is handled. And if it is a punishment, then Astaghfirullah and thank God that He is punishin
  9. Have you read anything about which month being associated with which Imam??? I knows days are associated with particular members of the Ahl al Bayt (a) but don't know about months.
  10. Regardless of your ranking of the wasila, the Ahl al Bayt (a) are undeniably wasila, right? One wasila teaches you the namaz and Quran and religion - and the wasila that is not the teacher is better? Remember when the Quran was mounted on lances and people could not fight the Holy Book? Remember Ubaidallah ibn Ziyad engaged in the wasila of prayer, murderer of Imam Husayn Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã? What profit did namaz bring him, when he rejected the wasila that was the Inheritor of the whole religion, of which namaz is a part? Hence, you must forgive us if we disagree with your choice of the ‘best’ wasila
  11. Yes it seems quite logical.. Well naturally, one would assume that the Guides, Protectors and Inheritors of the perfect deen - Islam - would hold a loftier rank than Prophets (except Prophet Muhammad (s) ). Hazrat Isa (a) will pray behind Imam Mahdi (a) for that very reason. But decorum forbids us from making comparisons that do not serve any purpose. Suffice is to say that each Prophet brought the message, only to be brought to completion and perfection by the best of the Prophets - and the Inheritors of that complete message are the Imams (ams). Neither is the author :P
  12. Subhanallah! beautiful post, jazakallah for sharing
  13. Every Prophet was given the miracle that Allah deemed necessary in order for the people to accept religion. If Prophet Muhammad (s) is the greatest Prophet of all time, no doubt his miracle is the greatest - the Quran. The Imams' station is not an assumption - it is one of the primary characteristics of Shia faith. Why are you making the revelation or visitation of the angel the criteria for determining superiority? And while we're at it, the Imams (ams) never claimed 'superiority' - they are the Inheritors of the Prophets. How is it that Tauheed is endangered when Tauheed is belief in Allah's
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