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Fuan

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    Fuan got a reaction from Bima Bagus Pambudhi in Is Ahmadiyya A Branch Of Sunni Sect?   
    I do have Ahmadi friends so I know what I was talking about...
     
    If you read the OP's post again, when he said "branch" he meant it as "off-shoot" - and if you use this term (or even if you don't) - Ahmadi's are definitely an off-shoot of Sunni Islam, and the fact that they still use Hanafi fiqh does show this.
     
    They believe in God -> Prophet -> Qur'an -> The Mahdi as Mirza Ghulam. They don't believe in the Ahlul Bayt (as) anywhere as the successors to the Prophet's will and the guardians of the religion.
     
    Sure they are no longer Muslims in the literal sense, however if you don't want to consider them as a "sunni branch" then by all means first edit this wikipedia article and all of the sub-articles, as I would say that more than half of these are not even Muslim, let alone "Shia."
     
    But of course double standards only exist when it comes to Shiism.
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    Fuan got a reaction from Sirius_Bright in Do You Know That Ali (raa) Was Black-skinned   
    (salam)
    1. If he was black skinned do you really think the racist arabs would have even looked at him? or put up with him? especially umar? race doesn't matter but if you are trying to guide the worst of people, you have to do it in a way that they can't escape from - and that would only work if he was an arab - not to mention you would have found waaay more insults in the books.
    2. All you have are sunni references
    3. "large stomach" / "pot-belly" are obvious insults - more than likely just fake hadith
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    Fuan got a reaction from Syed.Dynasty in Snakes In A Dream   
    (salam)
    I think I already posted the interpretation for 'snakes' in another thread, but anyways:
    First of all, there are different kinds of dreams such as:
    - muddled dreams, which have no meaning
    - dreams based on subconscious thoughts, which have no meaning
    - dreams which are caused by certain foods/drinks/medicines, which have no meaning
    - premonitions in the form of dreams, which are interpreted literally (if forgotten, these become déjà vu)
    - dreams involving deceased people or saints, which are interpreted literally
    - dreams which display symbols/symbolic items which can be defined by a dream dictionary [like this]
    - dreams which display lessons/morals/ideas and are not simply defined by the symbolic items
    - dreams which are interpreted opposite to what was dreamt
    Snake
    A snake is primarily interpreted as someone who is on the surface friendly, yet is a hidden enemy.
    Dreaming of a snake at home means one of the family members will do something annoying/mischievous.
    Dreaming of a snake in a desert means the enemy is a stranger.
    Dreaming of fighting with a snake means that one will quarrel with a rival or an enemy.
    Dreaming of being bitten by a snake means that the person will overcome him.
    Dreaming of killing the snake means that one will overcome the enemy.
    Dreaming of eating snake flesh means that one will receive some dignity and rank, or if possible perhaps a lordship.
    Dreaming of cutting a snake into two, means one will have the enemy's money.
    Dreaming of a dead snake, means one will be safe from a calamity.
    Dreaming of taking a white or grey snake in hand, means one will receive some greatness.
    Dreaming of a snake slithering away from one, means the enemy is weak.
    Dreaming about many black snakes, means one has many rivals or enemies.
    Dreaming of a green snake, means ones enemy is in fact honest and a good person.
    Dreaming of a yellow snake, means ones enemy is an ill person or a doctor.
    Dreaming of a red snake, means ones enemy is a sociable person.
    Dreaming of snakes surrounding one, means his family and relatives are his enemies.
    Dreaming of a snake emerging from ones mouth, or nose, or ear, or private parts, means ones child is his enemy.
    Dreaming of taking a snake but remaining unharmed (not bitten), means one will have some dignity, will overcome the enemy, and will achieve his wish.
    Snake may mean: 1- hidden enemy 2-life 3-health 4-kingdom 5-lordship 6-a woman 7-a wish 8-a son 9-a flood.
    Approximate interpretation time table:
    - Dreams that happened at exactly noon or midnight (in the summer time 1pm or 1am), will actualise on the same day; if a few minutes past those times, then a few days later.
    - Dreams at 10-11 in the morning = 15-30 days later.
    - Dreams at 3-4 in the evening = 1-2 months later.
    - Dreams at 4-5 in the morning = a few days to 2 months later.
    - Dreams at sunset are mostly not truthful, and are muddled dreams with no real interpretation.
    - Some dreams in the Qur’an (Prophet Yusuf (as)’s dream about the sun, moon, and 11 planets bowing to him, (12:4)) was interpreted after 20 years, and other dreams of the Pharaoh's prisoners were interpreted on the same day, and past 7 years (12:36). The dream of Pharaoh about 7 thin cows and 7 fat cows interpreted from the next year to 14 years after (12:46).
    Also:
    - dreams on the 6th of the month will interpret after 1-2 days
    - On the 9th, in the same day
    - On the 10th, after 20 days
    - On the 13th, after 9 days
    - On the 14th, after 26 days
    - On the 15th, after 3 days
    - On the 16th, after 2 days
    - On the 28th/29th/30th in the same day, but these are solar Persian days and you should convert them.
    Bibliography:
    1 - Principles of the dreams, by Daniel the prophet (as) (562-604 BC)
    2 - Divisions of the dreams, by Imam al-Sadiq (as) (663-798 A.C)
    3 - Generals of the dreams, by Muhammad ibn Sirin (690 A.C).
    4 - Guides in the dreams, by Jabir ibn Hayyan (Father of the new chemistry)
    5 - Interpretations, by Ibn Ash'as (840 A.C).
    6 - Complete interpretations, by Habish Teflisi (1180 A.C).
    7 - Treasures of the dreams (Al-Ma'mooni), by Abd al-Salam (963 A.C).
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    Fuan got a reaction from kumaylqureshi in Hadiths On Bab Ul Hawaij   
    Why do you need a hadith to give a title?...
    Do I need some hadith before I can call someone "wahhabi troll"..? I better get writing... :rolleyes:
  5. Completely Agree
    Fuan got a reaction from Ageng Bagus Bima Pambudhi in Is Ahmadiyya A Branch Of Sunni Sect?   
    I do have Ahmadi friends so I know what I was talking about...
     
    If you read the OP's post again, when he said "branch" he meant it as "off-shoot" - and if you use this term (or even if you don't) - Ahmadi's are definitely an off-shoot of Sunni Islam, and the fact that they still use Hanafi fiqh does show this.
     
    They believe in God -> Prophet -> Qur'an -> The Mahdi as Mirza Ghulam. They don't believe in the Ahlul Bayt (as) anywhere as the successors to the Prophet's will and the guardians of the religion.
     
    Sure they are no longer Muslims in the literal sense, however if you don't want to consider them as a "sunni branch" then by all means first edit this wikipedia article and all of the sub-articles, as I would say that more than half of these are not even Muslim, let alone "Shia."
     
    But of course double standards only exist when it comes to Shiism.
  6. Haha
    Fuan got a reaction from Sirius_Bright in Hadiths On Bab Ul Hawaij   
    Why do you need a hadith to give a title?...
    Do I need some hadith before I can call someone "wahhabi troll"..? I better get writing... :rolleyes:
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    Fuan got a reaction from hasanhh in Eid Ul Fitr date for shias?   
    https://www.imam-us.org/predicting-eid-tolerance/
     
    South america:
     
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    Fuan got a reaction from Husayni in Do You Know That Ali (raa) Was Black-skinned   
    (salam)
    1. If he was black skinned do you really think the racist arabs would have even looked at him? or put up with him? especially umar? race doesn't matter but if you are trying to guide the worst of people, you have to do it in a way that they can't escape from - and that would only work if he was an arab - not to mention you would have found waaay more insults in the books.
    2. All you have are sunni references
    3. "large stomach" / "pot-belly" are obvious insults - more than likely just fake hadith
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    Fuan got a reaction from AbuHope in Astral Projection In Islam   
    (salam)
    Astral projection is real - you are essentially astral projecting (/OBE) every night when you sleep (except you aren't fully conscious of it). It's only a matter of making yourself conscious of the event (which is possible).
    Qur'an:
    Çááóøåõ íóÊóæóÝóøì ÇáúÃóäÝõÓó Íöíäó ãóæúÊöåóÇ æóÇáóøÊöí áóãú ÊóãõÊú Ýöí ãóäóÇãöåóÇ ۖ ÝóíõãúÓößõ ÇáóøÊöí ÞóÖóìٰ ÚóáóíúåóÇ ÇáúãóæúÊó æóíõÑúÓöáõ ÇáúÃõÎúÑóìٰ Åöáóìٰ ÃóÌóáò ãõøÓóãðøì ۚ Åöäóø Ýöí Ðó‌ٰáößó áóÂíóÇÊò áöøÞóæúãò íóÊóÝóßóøÑõæäó
    Allah takes the souls at the time of their death, and those that die not during their sleep; then He withholds those on whom He has passed the decree of death and sends the others back till an appointed term; most surely there are signs in this for a people who reflect. (39:42)
    Hadith:
    Imam al-Baqir (as) said, "When people sleep, their spirits go out into the sky. Whatever the spirit sees while in the sky is true, and whatever it sees in the air (between earth and the heavens) are just muddled dreams."
    Also, have a look at this thread.
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    Fuan got a reaction from Muhammed Ali in Allah Sends Shooting Stars As Missiles To Chase...   
    ^Exactly. In my post I was trying to say that how can you conclude some physical scientific phenomena when you're referring to non-physical beings? 'shooting star' 'meteor' 'flame' 'missiles' whatever you want - you can shoot millions of them at the shayateen and it should just go right through them and not even touch them. Even though I don't really know the tafsir of the verse, I don't think you can make a physical scientific claim here. It has to be something on a different level, and whatever it is it would be a proof/hujjah on those shayateen.
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    Fuan reacted to Gibrael in Sufyanis Army, Whats Your Take   
    (salam)
     
    "They plan and Allah plans, and Allah is the best of planners" Holy Quran 8:30
     
    (salam)
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    Fuan got a reaction from Hameedeh in Respect Of Ulema Of Islam   
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    @OP - forget it - the wahhabi's here will never respect the scholars, and the strange wahabi-shia-pseudo-scholars here will never accept out of their own jealousy.
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    Fuan reacted to ChattingwithShias in Why Is The Qur'an So Repetitive?   
    Actually I was claiming that a Muslim DOES get the "main message" after reading a few verses. The whole point is that most Muslims do just that - they read a few verses here and there. They aren't constantly reading the whole book all the time. Since they just read a few verses they'll pick up the main points. And when the Prophet was preaching to different separate groups of people he had verses with similar themes to deliver to them each. Of course there is repetition. Also like I said before the repetitions often have small but important differences each time.
     
    The Qur'an is quality even with its repetitions, unless you can recommend me to a more powerful, eloquent religious text?
     
    And not all Muslims read extra books and listen to lectures. Most Muslims actually don't even bother doing any reading on Islam.
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    Fuan reacted to ChattingwithShias in Why Is The Qur'an So Repetitive?   
    Chair Pundit,
     
    first of all read my first post on the first page. Secondly, the Qur'an isn't usually read all at once. People usually read a few verses at a time, or at most a surah or two in one sitting. And most people don't even do that every day. So certain topics are repeated so when you have your occasional reading you are reminded of the main points the Qur'an wants to get across. That's why like I mentioned earlier simple laws are mentioned once, but the emphasis on monotheism is repeated so even if you flip to a random page in the Qur'an and just read for a few minutes you are reminded of the big takeaway. That is honestly how most people read or recite.
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    Fuan reacted to Aale Mohammad in Inside Prophet(s)'s Grave   
    Salam alaikum,
     
    For the past four years, I have been doing a very extensive research directed at finding out the secrets of the grave of the Prophet(s) and the hidden facts of Masjid-e-Nabavi. The information that I have collected by going through hundreds of websites and looking at thousands of photos of Masjid-e-Nabavi over several years is really surprising, shocking, upsetting but also very spiritual as well. 
     
    I recently presented my findings to a large audience (a 3 hour detailed presentation) and people have been so mesmerized by knowing the secrets of this mosque, that they are suggesting me to make a copyright of my work and then sell it to TV channels and Hajj/Umra travel companies. 
     
    However, I have decided to make no copyrights of my material, because I have only collected about 3000 photos from internet and studied them in detail to find out the facts. These photos are available on the internet but it has taken me four years to compile them into a documentary. 
     
    Out of the thousands of photos that I found, I am posting here just a few, but the ones which are most valubale. The images from behind the golden grill - a place where no one can enter, and the images of what is under the green dome. 

    This is the hujra of Fatima(as) and the green structure is assumed to be her grave or her bed. The green cloth at the back covers the pentagonal wall built by Umar bin abdul aziz inside which is the room where the Prophet(s) is resting. The pillar with the mihrab is the place where Hazrat Fatima (as) used to read her salat. The other pillar is the Pillar of jibreel where he read out the verses of the Quran. 

    The pots hanging from the walls are those that were in use by the Prophet (s) or Fatima (as). Some are gifts that were later on given to the sacred chamber over the past 1400 years. But there were many other valuable things here that are now removed by the wahabis. One important item was the "grinder" of Hazrat Fatima(as) which is now in the possession of Sheikh Amri's son in Medina. 

    You will see this view if you enter from the door that can be seen from the outside in post # 56 above. 
     
    (except the pic showing the grill which is taken from riad-ul-junnah)




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    Fuan got a reaction from SlaveOfAllah14 in Dua Abu Hamzah Al-Thumali   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
     
    Amazing dua, please post any good reciters you can find here~
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/thumali.htm
     
    Basim al-Karbalai:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghw9hPc_Ttk
     
    Maytham al-Tammaar:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP-njY_tlN8
     
    Abdul Hayy Aal Qambar:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqUE50mkXSM
     
    Usama al-Atar:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPtSwtsz5o8
     
    Husayn al-Ghareeb:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAsaQ9lb6Ew
     
    ِAbu Dhar al-Halawaji (partial):
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOx-d4MFfss
     
    Muhammad Husayn Lawati:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HukXx0Y6_o0
     
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    Fuan got a reaction from Abdul Zahra in Dua Abu Hamzah Al-Thumali   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
     
    Amazing dua, please post any good reciters you can find here~
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/thumali.htm
     
    Basim al-Karbalai:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghw9hPc_Ttk
     
    Maytham al-Tammaar:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP-njY_tlN8
     
    Abdul Hayy Aal Qambar:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqUE50mkXSM
     
    Usama al-Atar:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPtSwtsz5o8
     
    Husayn al-Ghareeb:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAsaQ9lb6Ew
     
    ِAbu Dhar al-Halawaji (partial):
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOx-d4MFfss
     
    Muhammad Husayn Lawati:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HukXx0Y6_o0
     
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    Fuan got a reaction from Abu Nur in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






    Abu Dhar al-Halawaji:



    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from Abdul Zahra in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






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    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from Ali-F in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






    Abu Dhar al-Halawaji:



    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from AnaAmmar1 in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






    Abu Dhar al-Halawaji:



    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from alisayyed in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






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    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from jannahismygoal in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






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    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from _student of Islam in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






    Abu Dhar al-Halawaji:



    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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    Fuan got a reaction from Ali Musaaa :) in Dua Ahl Al-Thughuur [People Of The Frontiers]   
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    (salam)
     
    Please recite for all the Shia, Sunni, and Kurds in Iraq who want to live in peace and be free of these takfiri lunatics.
     
    Text and translation: http://www.duas.org/sajjadiya/s27.htm

    Usama al-Attar:






    Abu Dhar al-Halawaji:



    Husayn al-Ghareeb:

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