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Vilayatul Faqih

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  1. Yep but to do it for the entire length of your life is another thing... So do you have any proof from sunni traditions that the Prophet (saw) instructed us to do this for the sake of comfort and abandon the five daily prayers at their fixed times?? Talk about taking things literally... How about the 'Hidden imam' does he combine his prayers everyday too?? I guess he has all the time in the world so why combine??
  2. Shia's have lost their God but don't worry they have the Imaams!!! The Shia belief about Allah & His Attributes is shaped by their Neo-platonic concepts derived from their philosophical (Muta’zili, Ashar’i) forefathers. Allah (the Most High) according to their beliefs, is lost somewhere between their intellect and the limitations of universal matter. Take a look at the ambiguous Lord in the Shi’i beliefs: • The dhaat (essence) of Allah He has no essence, He does not comprehend by means of the five senses.... He has no qualities (attributes), all of His attributes & actions of fi’liyya
  3. Letter 14 from Nahjul Balagha: Ali (ra) writes to his troops before the Battle of Siffeen - "During the days of the Holy Prophet (peace of Allah be upon him and his descendants) we had strict orders not to touch, molest or insult women though they were unbelievers. Even in pre-Islamic days it was the custom that if a man struck a woman even with a stick or a stone, the revenge had to be taken by his sons and descendants." It was the custom of the Arabs to have immense emotion over the honour of their women & wars would break out between the tribes over violation of the rights of their wom
  4. When it is said to them: "Follow what Allâh has sent down." They say: "Nay! We shall follow what we found our fathers following." (Would they do that!) even though their fathers did not understand anything nor were they guided? [2:170] It is clear that your forefathers did not comprehend Islam if they taught you to combine your daily prayers every single day without reason and to flog yourself to mourn people!
  5. Sorry but are you saying that the most sacred lands of Islam are not run by the Muslims? Well when I visited Saudi last time the authorities facilitated my pilgrimage by all their systems & procedures... So should i be thanking the Yank's or the Saudi's for this? Can you elaborate on your previous nonsensical statement as I think it doesn't address the question as to why shiaism lacks religious & political authority in the presence of the 'hidden' imam??
  6. The ruling you've derived from the narration is a seperate issue but....... The time this narraation was narrated was when Husayn (ra) was about to be killed.... His final instruction was DO NOT show weakness to your enemies by hitting yourself, tearing your clothes etc... So why do you shia insist of debasing the image of islam by behaving like frantic lunatics wielding weapons against themselves - doesn't this make you look weak and retarded amongst your enemies (the sunni's) as well as the non muslims??? I mean if the prohibition was based on the perceptions of the enemies, doesn't that sti
  7. I fail to see the evidence of you claim from the Quran: And he turned away from them and said: "Alas, my grief for Yûsuf (Joseph)!" And he lost his sight because of the sorrow that he was suppressing. (Yusuf 12:84) He said: "I only complain of my grief and sorrow to Allâh, and I know from Allâh that which you know not. (Yusuf 12:86) This is in contrast to the rituals of ashura practised by the shia who unlike Yaqoub (as) make no attempt to suppress their sorrow. Also i would like to question the legitimacy of the comparison made between the grief of Yaqoub (as) and that of the shia which in
  8. Brother i dont have this book - i will try my mate who is an imami shia and i will relay my findings after i have read up on the explanation of this hadeeth...... regards
  9. Brother will all due respect can you present to me where you found this explanation of this hadith from? Please cite a bonafide shia commentator: This is due to the fairness of taking and refuting the views of the authoritative shia figures... Please don't tell me this is your own commantary of the hadith......
  10. I'll check the other forum topic shortly but i dont understand when you justify your actions by qouting the actions of Ayesha (ra) - do you consider her actions as Hujja?? Are you not upon the manhaj of Ahle BAyt? - If you claim to be then your source of reference should be your Infalliable imams not personalities you consider sinful, treacherous etc... What i find is intriguing is when the shia realise the proof within their sources actually contradicts them, they starkly deny itsexistance and jump to find proofs from incomprehendable sources.... Another point is when ahlus sunnah find an ac
  11. Towards the final moments of his blessed life Husayn ibn Ali (ra) comforted his sister Zaynab bint Fatima (ra) after she wept, beat her face and tore her garment by the following words: "Sister, fear Allah and take comfort in the consolation of Allah". "Sister, I swear to you and I always keep my oaths - that you must not tear your clothes, nor scratch your face, nor cry out with grief or loss when I am killed"... Shaykh al-Mufid, Kitaab Al Arshad, P349. Why do the shia's ignore such words of wisdom from the Imam himself recorded in their own books?? Can we declare that the emotional facad
  12. And what did the Ali (ra) disregard from the previous Caliphate that contradicted the way of Muhammed (saws)?? Maybe it was - Abandoning the Taraweeh Prayer - The abandonment of Jihaad from the front lines - Rejecting the Uthmani mushaf - Restitute fadk back to the children of Fatima (ra) - Profess: self flagellation,muta,combining prayers and sujood on the mud from Kerbala back into mainstream islamic beliefs Rather what ensued was a political struggle with the muslims who disagreed with him over the death of Uthman... Thus you rightly said "Yes it happened so"..... Shouldn't we accept the
  13. QUESTION - And who is the Ulul Amr of the PRESENT TIME.....? Imam Akhiri Zaman & we CANNOT FIND HIM!!!! :lol: Rather we are forced to obey some Ayatullah sitting in Qom who by your own admissions are not infallible - hence we are in the same boat being led by dictators who sin. Well i guess we have to be patient for a few more hundred years until Iran can enrich Uranium to 150% to ensure the safety of the Imam Akhiri Zaman.
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