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fallah

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  1. Salam alaykum Does Allah swt consider the repentance of a believer during his last moments? What I mean by this is that I know that Pharoah, upon seeing his death coming, said he believed yet Allah swt did not consider his repentance since it was too late. He refused the truth until the last second. Now the question is does Allah swt accept the requests of believers during their last breath? Or even during times when he thought he was going to die? Thanks.
  2. Even if it does not talk about fasting, the hadith contradicts the reasons proposed by the site as to deny the joyful events related to Moses on Ashura. What are the proofs that they invented theses hadiths to conceal the martyrdom? What if if it was just a coincidence that hussein as died that day and the fasts were actually prescribed?
  3. http://www.al-islam.org/an-overview-of-mahdis-government-najimuddin-tabasi/11.htm Imam al-Baqir (‘a) also said: “Hadrat Qa’im (‘a) will stage the uprising on Saturday on the day of ‘Ashura’, the day when Imam Husayn (‘a) was martyred.”[165] He (‘a) also said: “Do you know what day—’Ashura’—is this? It is the day when God accepted the repentance of Adam (Adam) and Hawwa (Eve); the day when God split the sea for the Children of Israel, drowned Pharaoh and his legion and made Musa (Moses) triumphant over Pharaoh; the day when Ibrahim (Abraham) was born; the day when God accepted the repentance of the people of Yunus (Jonah); the day when Hadrat ‘Isa was born; and the day when Hadrat Qa’im will stage the uprising.”[166] If this hadith is true, it kinda says that the sunnis are right when they say that the day is mostly a joyful day other than the martyrdom of Hussein as. Therefore I find some problems with the arguments presented here: http://www.al-islam.org/al-serat/fastofashura.htm Has someone ever thought of this?
  4. Think: 1. Do kuffars get punished in their graves? If so, they are alive, for the dead cannot receive punishment. If martyrs and good people are also alive in their graves, then one must ask himself what the word "alive" mean in the quran when Allah says "do not say martyrs are dead, they are alive". 2. Understanding that Ghayb is only relative to the knowledge of Allah, it is NECESSARY that other entities cannot know everything, for if they did, there would be no "ghayb" for them, making their knowledge infinite. 3. If a woman dresses like a prostitute, walks like a prostitute, acts like a prostitute, can we, as human beings, consider her a prostitute? If it is only logical to do so, then how can we not call someone a mushrik if he prays like a mushrik (spiritually invokes other than Allah), talks like a mushrik (says other than Allah hears spiritual supplications), acts like a mushrik (puts his spiritual trust in other than Allah)? 4. What is a god? Since "divinity" cannot be only limited to "supreme power" (since polytheists do not believe all of their gods are supreme), then when is the barrier crossed between divinity and non-divinity, i.e. what attributed caracteristics or functions does Allah consider to be shirk? 5. Why is going to sorcerers shirk? Is it not because they claim/you believe they know what is unseen? 6. Did holy people ever possess theses supernatural hearing and responding abilities during their lives? Who during the time of the Prophet ever said "O prophet, help me" from afar? When did people, in mass, ask the Prophet thousands requests at a time and was able to absorb them? How can we claim that death unlocked theses hidden powers?
  5. If I'm not mistaken shias have nafila prayers of more than 2 rakats http://www.al-islam.org/laws/rulesofnamaaz1.html I don't feel my questions have been answered. Thanks for your response tho 1. Can I do salat whenever I want? 2. Can I do the number of rakats I want during theses salat? 3. If so, do I proceed like this nya, 2 rakats, salam, 2 rakats, salam, etc? Would like to get answers from both sides (salam)
  6. (salam) Question for both shias and sunnis Can we do salat whenever we want throughout the day? And if so, is there a specific way to do theses rakats? I'm not talking about the obligatory prayers or "defined" nafl prayers (like 2 rakats before fajr). Example: Can I pray 10, 15, 100 rakats in the middle of the night, or during the day, if I feel like it? If I can, then how do we proceed with the tasleem? Every 2 rakats? (wasalam)
  7. I believe Allah's Mercy is greater than any of my sins, and I believe that nobody can answer my dua except Allah. The Quran is clear about it. No dua in the Quran was ever sent to other than Allah, and no sin makes you too distant from Allah's Mercy in answering dua, since Allah even answered Shaytan's request. This whole concept of calling on intermediaries instead of Allah is against monotheism.

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