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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Why Is Fajir Most Special Of All Wajib Salah?   
    fajr prayer summarizes your religion and its purpose
    it is hard to get up for, and like the religion it requires patience, however that patience build and it creates imaan in the heart and then any prayer, whether it be praying all night becomes easy, and that is the point of our religion, sometimes it seems hard, butt he idea is to become firmer than mountains, that when mountains shake our faith doesnt not quake
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Spiritual Food   
    u want spiritual food? God had said that the best food is hunger, only most cant bear its taste
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Hezbollah Losses?   
    its rajab, i would love to die in this month, especially during the day and fasting, your pretty much entering heaven with one step
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Perfectionist in How To Find A Temporary Relationship?   
    But there came after them successors who neglected prayer and pursued lusts; so they are going to meet evil [19:59]
    And among them are men who listen to thee, but in the end, when they go out from thee, they say to those who have received Knowledge, "What is it he said just then?" Such are men whose hearts Allah has sealed, and who follow their own lusts. [16:47]
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    guest022017a got a reaction from hafiz in Asking Help From Imams Other Than Allah?   
    the Imams had said that "we ae the names of Allah"
    and whenever a person asks Allah for help, he never directly asks God but asks in the "names" of God
    Bismillah-hi rahman iraheem
    In the "name" of Allah Most Gracius Most Mercifull
    Whatever you ask, for forgiveness, or whatever it may be, you ask in the names
    and that is why if you are asking for forgiveness, it is good way to ask in the name of "Rahman Ir Raheem" as you would normally "Bismillahirahman ir raheem Astagfirullah"
    or such names as Al afoo "the pardoner" etc
    if your asking for increase in livelyhood you would ask in the appropriate name , however you can still ask in any of the names of Allah nevertheless
    Even the Prophets of the past used to ask in the names of Ahlul Bayt
    As you know with the Ahlul Bayt they are God's most loved people, so they are a monument to his mercy
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    guest022017a got a reaction from peace seeker in Australian Boycot Against Shia Business   
    Imam Khomeinih called for unity(when the Saddam regimes where killing the Shia Iraninas in hundreds, much worse situation then now)and Sayyed Kahmeinih calls for unity, are you saying down with them?
    Dont forget the Devil is in between all of this, he wants Muslim to kill Muslims. Dont fall for his trap.
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Who Cannot Reach The Ahlal Bayat A.s?   
    God doesnt deny somebody something, Allah that the Prophet is a mercy for all mankind. God doesnt make somebody out of reach of bounds of anything, it wouldnt be fair that we get guidance and get to know the Ahlul Bayt and they get something less.
    People choose to reject the truth. "Verily we will show the signs in all regions of the earth and in their own souls until they know this is truth"
    people are ignorant and people dont want to know the truth because they are too lazy and dont like to change.
    Its a great test for people when truth is made manifest to them, and then they go on denying it in order to keep things the way they are.
    People when they hear the truth, a battle begins inside of them, and they have to make much effort to change things from where they are to what they should become, but most people are heedless and als ignorant and choose to insist to disbelieve.
    There is many Shia who are born int Shia Islam, but in practise they dont practise anything, so it wouldnt make sense that just because this non practising Shia was born Shia he gets the best salvation, while some fully practising sunni gets nothing.
    Remember its not a deabet this life, but its about pecomign pur, and those who do the best deeds and become pious are closest to God. The Ahlul Bayt are guides and very good guides, the best, but they guide only those who accept the message of Islam and come lookign for further guidance once they have implemented the Sharia into their life.
    And i personally believe that to reach the Ahlul Bayt is a state of heart. Like as we know that famous hadeeth "whoever Allah loves , he puts love of Imam Hussein in his heart" so i guess you must first earn the love of God before you can get love for Imam Hussein, and love for Imam Hussein is salvation on judgemnt day
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in What Is Our Role When Al Mahdi Arise?   
    to be quiet honest i just answered your question, i am not trying to make you believe anything, belief is between man and God and i or anyone else cannot convince you otherwise, im simply answering your questions, i do not wish you evil, nor do i wish you good, i do not wish you to be my brother nor do i wish you to be my enemy, i do not need you, nor does God need you, nor does God need me, nor does the Imam need me, all that God wants to achieve God can achieve without anyone, however i need God and i need the Imam and that is all i pursue, you are still my brother as we are the children of adam, but even that fact doesnt matter, if you are interested to know how i think i will tell you, but what you believe and what i believe is to our own peril or gain or loss, it really affects nobody, my behaviour towardds you is simply me taking a glass of water from my well and serving you with what i have, i am not affected by you in that my emotions race at your words, im am simply being me
    these are all titles and states of mind, and i am not trying to make you believe anything, , but if you sincerely view the efforts of people like Imam Khomeinih as individual and lone and to no purpose, well i guess we will leave it at that, however i am viewing their mean and their end, and their mean and beginning and end has sent the world in a spiral even after his death, even Lebanon and Palestine and all the world muslim or not ,knows his name and has felt his efforts, which from the main source are effects of the Imam via the training the Imams had through their teachings on this man via his Islamic learning and understanding and reading about the Imams and their lessons reaching him, especially Imam Husayn(a.s), Islamic leaders are spiritual leaders and scholars and their foundations are islamic principals and imams wisdom, that is where the outcome comes from
    the whole middle east and west has been affected by imam khomeinih, but that is because it is on a physical front it is so visible, its the ones that fight on different planes you do not see that also still affect you, even now as we speak these words are changing you in some way, they are affecting your ideas and understanding, however i am not trying to make any effect, i do not need to my purpose is to purify my soul and God can do with me as god pleases, i am not trying to change the state of mind of another person because only another can change his own mind and it is to his gain or loss, i answer for my actions and beliefs to God, not for anybody elses, and you answer to God for your own action i wish you good luck in that, but its impossible not to be affected when you read my words
    as god says 'Do you wish to guide the one whom we have sent astray?"
    and i am not saying you have been sent astray i am only saying with this statement from the Quran it is God who guides and it is God who sends astray, so i do not need to pretend or waste my effort in doing that which is in the hands of God , i can pray for you if you like? thats the most i can do
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in What Is Our Role When Al Mahdi Arise?   
    i didnt say that at all, i dont know whether there is 313 people who are free, but clearly the time does not correspond with the moment when God will release him, however understand this and the point of my message
    the Imam is the final blow and the cherry on top of the cake, up until that moment there is much effort already being laid, for example Imam Khomeini was a free man, and look just what one person achieved in Iran, and look how much his effort has sent waves of shock through the world which have even surpassed his life
    this final war i believe is not like the other wars, it is not about one huge army verses another huge army, it is one man against the time and against the focus he puts on the front which he is facing, this is a timeless and space less battle, yes there will be the final manifestation where one huge army meets another, but this will not be the one and only occasion, and it will as it has been happening , over time, slowly chipping and destroying and changing and inspiring, almost each individual is fighting this war but some dont even know it
    the efforts and the change is occurring the individual people who are setting themselves free are having a huge impact on the world, and it takes time for the change to occur, but we have already passed the turning point, and know this, that thing are going up and looking good,
    also bear in mind that this war is not a physical war, there is many borders and fronts which are involved and these borders involve and spread from the psychical plain to the spiritual plane, many wars are being fought, and many leaders are leading the wars in many different planes, int he spiritual plane people are waking up and abstaining from evil, they are adhering to religion, they are getting more holier, while on the physical plane the oppressed are being freed, and the people are fighting until they give up their blood, on the literal plane, people are writing books inspiring minds to be free, on the media plane people are sharing truth and opening eyes , every one of them soldiers from the same army but on different fronts, changing the world , they fight against one perception, but they effect every one and every part of the world
    the soldiers of the Imam are not hibernating, they are already active, they have set and destroyed so many of the enemies plot, the enemy cannot even do that what they desire anymore , they are stuck and all their actions only tighten the grip of the effects
    just because there is not an instant transformation doesnt mean things are not happening, Iran is powerful int the region thanks to the one mans actions Khomeinih, and also Saddam has been toppled, other dictators have been toppled, people are awake, yes there is still blood being spilled, but that is in accordance with God's plan, when it is time for you to die it is time, whether your death is a humiliation or a honor is up to God, but had there been peace or oppression the time of individuals deaths takes place nevertheless as the Quran states in that verse
    the Imam and he Imams have been writing the strategy for this war for years and years, and Imam husayn showed this war in practice at Kerbala, all the strategy was deeply rooted with the faith and belief of Islam it is just a matter of time before this plan already in motion reaches the final moments of victory
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in What Is Our Role When Al Mahdi Arise?   
    "He is successful who purifies it" Quran
    "be the change you want to see in the world" Ghandi
    The people in the west who are free to practice what they want, unfortunately have instead took to oppressing their souls with love of this world, and pleasures and desires
    While in the east the people are not free to practice what hey want, they are oppressed and they are experiencing ostentation and unjust persecution
    So the key to this puzzle is that the free people in the west first free their souls to become free from the souls chains, which then would give rise for the freed souls to gather and fight together to help those oppressed and persecuted in the world by unjust rulers become free to practice what they like, so that they in turn can then be free to free their own souls to reach Heaven
    this is the forumlae for world freedom, there is a free people who are free to roam the world but are unfortunately captives of their own desires, and there are a people who are captives of external unjust tyrants who stop them from practicing what they desire and in Islam "la ikrahe fid'din" there is no compulsion in religion, so they must be freed first externally before they can be tested internally for true freedom
    so in order for Mahdi to do what Mahdi is supposed to do, then there must arise those who are already free partially(externally) to become completely free(internally), and unchain those who are externally oppressed and suppressed by tyrants, so that they can be given an opportunity to practice freeing their own souls from desires and whims, and reach ultimate and true freedom (he is successful who purifies it)
    the Madi(ajtf) is a free soul, but he is only one, and he requires other free souls to come and free the bodies whose souls need to enter a battle for their true freedom
    remember our end goal in this life is to purify ourselves from all but God, and that is the ultimate and end test for all people whether muslims or atheists, they are constantly tested in free choice whether they want to achieve this or not, so in order for all people to have this opportunity then the world must be free from all external influence and control to take away their freedom to decide for internal freedom and soul wayfaring
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Hameedeh in What Is Our Role When Al Mahdi Arise?   
    to be quiet honest i just answered your question, i am not trying to make you believe anything, belief is between man and God and i or anyone else cannot convince you otherwise, im simply answering your questions, i do not wish you evil, nor do i wish you good, i do not wish you to be my brother nor do i wish you to be my enemy, i do not need you, nor does God need you, nor does God need me, nor does the Imam need me, all that God wants to achieve God can achieve without anyone, however i need God and i need the Imam and that is all i pursue, you are still my brother as we are the children of adam, but even that fact doesnt matter, if you are interested to know how i think i will tell you, but what you believe and what i believe is to our own peril or gain or loss, it really affects nobody, my behaviour towardds you is simply me taking a glass of water from my well and serving you with what i have, i am not affected by you in that my emotions race at your words, im am simply being me
    these are all titles and states of mind, and i am not trying to make you believe anything, , but if you sincerely view the efforts of people like Imam Khomeinih as individual and lone and to no purpose, well i guess we will leave it at that, however i am viewing their mean and their end, and their mean and beginning and end has sent the world in a spiral even after his death, even Lebanon and Palestine and all the world muslim or not ,knows his name and has felt his efforts, which from the main source are effects of the Imam via the training the Imams had through their teachings on this man via his Islamic learning and understanding and reading about the Imams and their lessons reaching him, especially Imam Husayn(a.s), Islamic leaders are spiritual leaders and scholars and their foundations are islamic principals and imams wisdom, that is where the outcome comes from
    the whole middle east and west has been affected by imam khomeinih, but that is because it is on a physical front it is so visible, its the ones that fight on different planes you do not see that also still affect you, even now as we speak these words are changing you in some way, they are affecting your ideas and understanding, however i am not trying to make any effect, i do not need to my purpose is to purify my soul and God can do with me as god pleases, i am not trying to change the state of mind of another person because only another can change his own mind and it is to his gain or loss, i answer for my actions and beliefs to God, not for anybody elses, and you answer to God for your own action i wish you good luck in that, but its impossible not to be affected when you read my words
    as god says 'Do you wish to guide the one whom we have sent astray?"
    and i am not saying you have been sent astray i am only saying with this statement from the Quran it is God who guides and it is God who sends astray, so i do not need to pretend or waste my effort in doing that which is in the hands of God , i can pray for you if you like? thats the most i can do
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    guest022017a got a reaction from peace seeker in I Had A Dream Where I Saw Imam Ali (A.s.)   
    well done to you, a marvelous dream whatever it means
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    guest022017a reacted to al-`Ajal Ya Imaam in Zayd B. Haarithah Al-Kalbi In Shi`ah Books   
    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركته
    as-salaamu `alaykum warahmatullah brothers and sisters, Insha'Allah you're all in good health. I was wondering if Zayd b. Haarithah, slave of Rasool Allah صلى الله عليه وآله is mentioned inside Shi`i books or Rijaal, or Taareekh, and what's the opinion on Zayd as per Shi`ism, he definitely didn't live on to become a Munafiq-if there was that aspect in his heart-like other 'companions' (using the loose sense of the word), or become passive about the right of Ameer al-Mu'mineen عليه السلام like the majority, seeing as that he died in campaign of Moo'tah, along with Ja`far b. Abee Taalib رضي الله عنه. He has a mention in the Qur'aan in Soorah Ahzaab Ayat 37, and was the ex-husband of Zaynab b. Jah'sh, as well as that he was the adopted son of Rasool Allah صلى الله عليه وآله, and had led campaigns and raids against the Kuffar, and was apparently an early convert to Islaam (I'm using whatever I've read from biographies written mainly by Sunni authors, or Non-Muslims using predominently Sunni sources). So the get to my point, what do the Shi`ah books have to say on him, books of Rijaal, Taareekh, etc. And is he viewed as one of the good ones in Shi`ism? And what about his son, Usaamah b. Zayd, what do we say about him? JazakAllah for reading and/or answering.
    والسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركته
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Abu Nur in I Had A Dream Where I Saw Imam Ali (A.s.)   
    maybe you have false hope, but others have more then that, if your disbelief in God and the soul is shaky or blind, you dont need to impose on others that belief
    there is a reason why people lose faith, and it is because they commit sins, sins of any and many kind, and if your faith in God is shaky you will never be rid of it until you are rid of your sins, even if you stop sinning, it can take along time to remove sins or require to go thorough some hardship to remove sins, whether your sin are perpetual and habitual, or whether they come and go, your heart has become darkened, otherwise you would have no doubt whatsoever, and you too would bee seeing the light
    "For surely it's not the eyes that are blind, but the heart.” 22:46
    So stop spreading your blind propaganda to people. You only have your self and your action to blame for your disbelief
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Ziyarat Imam Mahdi Aj? But He Isn't Dead?!?!   
    And as the Quran says that those who died in the way of God, have not actually died, its that we just dont perceive them, they are not perceived physically through physical perceptions i.e eyes
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Your-Best-Friend in Dreams Analysis Is This Correct?   
    Here is one hadith of the many many hadith about this
    It seems proper to give here a short account of the conversation which Salman, the Persian, had had with a dead person. It is a lengthy tradition, but of great benefit.
    Asbagh bin Nubata (r.a.) was a trusted companion of Ameerul Mumeneen Ali (as). He went to see Salman Farsi (r.a.) who had settled in Madain. Asbagh (r.a.) says: “I found him very sick, near his death. He told me: \'O Asbagh, the Messenger of Allah had informed me that, at the time of my death, a dead person would talk to me. Now, put me on a wooden plank and take me to the graveyard. On reaching the grave-yard, Salman faced towards Quibla and in a loud voice saluted the dead. Nobody replied. After saluting them several times without getting any reply, Salman said: “O Inhabitants of these graves, I am Salman, a slave of the Messenger of Allah. The Prophet had told me that at the time of my death a dead person would converse with me. Now, if that time has arrived, then, for the sake of Allah and His Messenger, please talk to me”.
    Suddenly someone responded to his Salaam, and said: “O people who build and plant, and ultimately the buildings turn into ruins and gardens decay; ask me what you want,, I will reply”.
    Salman (r.a.) asked: “Are you from the people of Paradise or of Hell?” The dead man said that he was from the people of Paradise.
    Salman requested him to describe how he died and what agonies he had to undergo at that time. He replied: “O Salman, please do not ask this. By Allah, if someone had snipped my flesh (by scissors) in little bits and removed the flesh from the bones, it would have been easier than the agony of death. O Salman, I always did good deeds in your world, always prayed on time, used to recite the Qur\'an, was good to my parents, lived on lawful earnings. Then I fell ill and my life came to its end. At that time, a very tall person, with a frightening countenance, stood in the air before me. He pointed to my eyes and they lost their sight; to my ears and they became deaf; to my tongue and it lost its speech. I asked him who he was and why he was doing it to me. He said: I am the angel of death; your life has ended in this world. You have to go from here to another world\'.
    Then two persons came to me, one of them sat on my right, the other on the left. They informed me that they were the two angels who had written all my deeds in the worldly life. One, whose name was \'Raqueeb\' gave my record of good deeds, on reading which I was much pleased. Then the other angel, whose name was \'Ateed\', gave me the other record, a complete record of my sins; and on reading that I was very sad.
    Then the Angel of Death came nearer and removed my soul through my nose, and I have not forgotten its agony yet. Seeing me dead, my relatives and family members started crying. The Angel of Death said: “Why are you crying? I have not done any injustice that you are complaining of. When his life came to end, I removed his soul on the command of Allah. And I will come to you so many times.”
    Then another Angel took my soul and I was brought to heaven where I was asked about my deeds, viz. prayers, fasts, Zakat, Khums, Hajj, Jihad, recitation of the Qur\'an, obedience to the parents etc. Likewise, I was asked whether I had murdered any one, or taken some one\'s property without any right, or been unjust to other people and such things.
    Then that same Angel brought my soul back to earth. At that time the person who wanted to wash my body (Ghassal) removed my clothes and started the ritual washing (Ghusl). My soul cried out: “O servant of Allah, have mercy On this weak and broken body. By Allah, all its veins, whence I have come out, have been broken; and its limbs are like they have been minced”. My soul was imploring him in such a touching way that if the Ghassal were to hear it, he would have left washing the dead bodies altogether.
    Then they covered me with Kafan (shroud), gave me Hunut, prayed upon me. When they laid me in the grave, I was so much frightened that words cannot describe it.
    When they closed my grave, my soul entered my body again. An Angel, Munabbih (One who awakens, reminds) by name, came to me and made me sit. He ordered me to write down all the deeds which I had done in the world. I said that I did not remember. He said: \'I will go on reminding, you go on writing\'. I said: \'Where is the paper?\' He said: “This Kafan of yours will do for paper\'. I said: \'Where can I find a pen?\' He said: \'Your finger will be your pen\'. I asked about the ink and was told that my saliva will work like ink.
    When I had written all my deeds, the Angel put my writing around my neck like a band, it is as Allah says in the Qur\'an: “And the bird (i.e., deed done by one) of every man have We bound about his neck, and We shall produce unto him, on the Day of Resurrection, a book (in which his actions will be recorded) which he will find open, (it will be said to him) read thy book; thine own self will be a sufficient reckoner against thee.” (Qur\'an, 17:13-14).
    (In other traditions, the name of the angel, who comes in the grave and guides in writing the deeds of the Mayyit, is given as ”Ruman”)
    Then an angel, very frightening, Munkar by name, came to me with a fiery club, and asked me: “Who is your Lord? Who are your Prophet and Imams? What is your religion?” I was so afraid that I became totally confused; my limbs were trembling; I could not understand what to reply. In that confusion, the Mercy of Allah supported me, and my heart became tranquil, and I replied; “Allah (His Power is Great) is my Lord; and Muhammad is my Prophet, and Ali bin Abi Talib is my Imam and Islam is my religion; and the Qur\'an is my Book and the Kaaba is my Quibla”.
    Then another Angel, who is called Nakir, interrogated me in the same manner about my beliefs. By Grace of Allah, I replied his questions also and said: “I bear witness that there is no god except Allah, and that Muhammad is His Messenger, and that Ali and his sinless progeny are the proofs of Allah, and that Paradise is Haqq (a Fact, Truth) and the Fire (of Hell) is true, and Sirat (Path) is true, and the Balance (of deeds) is true and the Questioning of Munkar and Nakir in the grave is true, and Resurrection is true, and raising (of dead) is true, and flying of the books (in which deeds of a person are recorded) is true, and that the Hour (Day of Judgement) is sure to come, there is no doubt in it, and that Allah will raise all the dead who are in the grave”.
    Hearing these true answers, the angels said to me: “Sleep as a bride sleeps” (without any worry); they opened a door of Paradise towards my head, and the breeze of Paradise came to me, and my grave (which previously looked like a prison) become a vast place extending beyond my vision, and the whole place became a garden.
    O Salman, a man must remember his Lord at all times, and must spend his life in His obedience, because death is a sure thing and every one will have to face all those things which I have told you.”
    Asbagh (r.a.) said: “When the voice stopped, Salman (r.a.) told me to take him back home, there he lay on the ground and looking towards heavens prayed to Allah, and left this world.”[21][22]
    One interesting account of Barzakh an its everlasting matter:
    Shaykh Mehmood Iraqi, at the end of his book Daar-us-Salaam, quotes the late Naraqi (r.a.). He said: When I was a Mujawar (living near) Najafe Ashraf there, fell a severe famine. One day, I came out of my house. My children were hungry and crying for food. I went to Waadi Ye Salaam with a view to seek the removal of our sorrow and gloom through the medium of the visit to the dead among the faithful. There I saw that some people brought a dead body and also asked me: You may also accompany us. We have come here for making this body join with pious souls of this Holy place. Then they took that corpse to a wide big garden and placed it in one of the palaces situated in that garden. All means of comfort were available in those palaces. When I saw all this, I also followed them and entered that palace along with them. There I saw a young man dressed in royal clothes sitting on a golden throne. When he saw me, he called me by my name and made me sit by his side very respectfully. Then he told me: You do not recognize me. I am the same body which has been just brought here. My name is so and so. I was a resident of such and such city. The group which you saw in my funeral procession was that of the angels who brought me from my city upto this garden. This is one of the heavenly gardens. Hearing these things my gloom disappeared and I desired to see that garden thoroughly. When I got out of that palace I saw a number of such palaces. When I looked into them I found my parents and many other near and near ones. They made me their guest. I thoroughly enjoyed the eatables served by them. In the midst of these comfortable and luxurious moments, I suddenly remembered my family members and imagined how much hungry they were. This thought made me gloomy once again. My father asked: What happened to you all of a sudden? I replied: My family members are restless due to hunger. My father said: Here is a heap of rice. My father asked me. Take out of it. I took off my clock and filled it with that heavenly rice. My father asked me. Take it up and carry it to your family. When I lifted up the clock, I found myself in the aforesaid Vaadiyus Salaam. My clock was, of course, full of that rice. I took it to my house. My wife asked: From where have you brought this? I replied: What have you to do with this question? Briefly speaking we ate that rice for quite a long time but it never finished. At least my wife forced me to tell her what had happened. Thereafter when went to take out that rice we found nothing.
    Another interesting account about Barzakh:
    Fire Of Barzakh Leaps Out Of A Grave
    Quoting narrations of some reliable and trustworthy people, the late Shaykh Mehmood Iraqi has mentioned in Daar-us-Salaam that once we went to the graveyard of Imamzada Hasan (Tehran). Sun had not yet set. One of our companions sat down on the stone of a grave. Suddenly he shouted: Please lift me up. When we lifted him we saw that the stone was almost red hot.
    Just think. How great is the chastisement meted out to the soul that even gravestone also becomes so hot. He says: I recognized the owner of that grave but I would not disclose his name so that he may not be defamed among people.
    Also it is said about another man who was buried in Qum. Flames of fire were leaping out of his grave which had burnt down carpets over there.
    One more
    Shaykh Shoostari (r.a.) mentioned in his Fire Hotter Than The fire Of This World
    admonitions that the Lord of the worlds has said: Naaarun Haamiyah meaning: Hot fire. Is there, then, any cold fire also? Yes. If it is possible to make comparison, the fire in our world is cold compared to the fire of Barzakh. Nature makes us a comparison between the two fires and to understand which one is really hot.
    Saaiqah (The Lightning In Space) Is The Biggest Worldly Fire
    Shaykh Shoostari (r.a.) says that if a comparison is made between the fire of wood and charcoal and the fire of Saaiqah (lightning in the sky) it will be known that Saaiqah is a thin (fine) fire which is created by the bouncing and hissing of clouds. It is so hot that it burns out everything it touches and then slips away instantly. It neither returns nor stays anywhere. Nothing can make it cold. If it falls on a tree it turns it into coal at once. If it falls on an ocean it burns it upto its bottom and fries even the fish in the bottom of the sea. Only Saaiqah is the real fire. The embers in a hearting also is fire but that fire can be put off by shedding a little water or some dust on it. Its heat and burn has some limitations.
    Now you will have understood that the fire of Barzakh cannot be compared with the fire of this world, not even with Saaiqah (lightning). If someone's allegorical body and his soul is under torture in Barzakh, it is possible (though not always necessarily) that his or her material earthly body may also get affected. What is contrary to it is also observed. Pleasing and sweet fragrance spread in the absence of any scent, or flowers or burning of aloes wood from the graves of some dear servants of God.
    All from the book http://www.al-islam.org/the-hereafter/3.htm
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    God never stopped it because it never was started. Holocaust is only a fairy tale which spilled over to reality and punished the Plaestinians
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    i dont think calling it a dream is that simple, this life is a dream compared to what you experience after you die
    that life of the soul is far more real then this life, and its far from what seems like a dream
    its pain is worse then the pain in this life, your perception is amplified and enhanced and sharpened because your veils are removed
    you will be able to see truth and falsehood clear cut like a diamond, there is no effects from your body to cloud any things such as pain or pleasure from you, so the pain there is worse then the pain here but the pleasure there is also better then the pleasure here
    its a scary place to be in if you have done any wrong, the worst imaginable creatures would attack you, and the worst imaginable pain will reach you, which will touch deeper pain nerves then can pain touch in this life
    this life we have the mercy off this body such that if pain reaches us, we lose contact with the body i.e we pass out due to the brains effect, and you cannot feel the pain directly and constantly and also applied to pleasure, it goes directly to the soul instead of to the brain then to the heart then to the soul
    the pain of Barzakh is bad, and he Imams have said "we are worried about the period of Barzakh for our Shia" so it is not a joke or can be brushed away as something which will be easy and simple to deal with, rather fear those times and places, and there are many Duas and Munajatas where the Imams talk about the pains of Barzakh and death and those pains int eh Grave
    Musa(PBUH) had said that the pains of Barzakh is like the pain a bird experiences when it is put on a frying pan on its back, and unable to fly away"
    so its pain is scary, the pressure of the grave which is one of those thing we fear a lot and do not want to experience, is really really excruciating, there is prayers and Duas which we read dialy and in Rajab and Ramadhan and Shabaa and almost every day which we ask God to stop us from experiencing this pain , so it s areal big deal and you do not want to be in a timeless place, and a space less place and a place where when you receive pain you receive it 100% and it goes to the soul, there is no passing out, or other mind chemicals which neutralize the pain or minimize the feeling of it
    those moment after we die and enter barzakh is going to be really difficult and really hard to bear, in fact it is unbearable, and we need to stop the sins we are doing, get forgiveness and purify the soul in order to not get the treatment of the barzakh after we die, because if we get any of that treatment, it will be worse than anything on this life we can experience, any pain here , any discomfort here, and fear and intimidation
    barzakh is not a joke nor a dream, and you need to read up about it and learn about it inorder so that you know what is coming and can prepare to avoid these difficult experiences which exist in a timeless and space less place
    also there is one haith from the imam where somebody asks him "if a person where to die hung from a tree or in some high place, and the body does not get put under ground, how will this person experience the pressure of he grave, and the Imam replied that Allah will order the air to compress his body" so bottom line is that these times and these moments are beyond scary and you should do anything and everything to avoid them in the future
    may God help us and save us from these horrifying times and remove from us the difficulties of the grave
    another hadith is that a person from the time of the Prophet, he was a devout follower and apparently at his funeral angles came to it which the Prophet informed the people there about, and so the mother of this person said "Praise be to God, what a blessed death he received and mercy from god, with the angels visiting him and being buried by the prophets hands, surely he must have entered the gardens of pleasures and security" and the prophet replied "do not speak about what you do not know, right now he is experiencing the pressure of the grave, because he used to be harsh towards his family while h was alive"
    so the graves pains and difficulties are not joke and they are far from some terrible dream aor some imaginative place, they are real, and they are the soul which travels and experiences this, so fear these moments for they are the planes of hell
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    Here is one hadith of the many many hadith about this
    It seems proper to give here a short account of the conversation which Salman, the Persian, had had with a dead person. It is a lengthy tradition, but of great benefit.
    Asbagh bin Nubata (r.a.) was a trusted companion of Ameerul Mumeneen Ali (as). He went to see Salman Farsi (r.a.) who had settled in Madain. Asbagh (r.a.) says: “I found him very sick, near his death. He told me: \'O Asbagh, the Messenger of Allah had informed me that, at the time of my death, a dead person would talk to me. Now, put me on a wooden plank and take me to the graveyard. On reaching the grave-yard, Salman faced towards Quibla and in a loud voice saluted the dead. Nobody replied. After saluting them several times without getting any reply, Salman said: “O Inhabitants of these graves, I am Salman, a slave of the Messenger of Allah. The Prophet had told me that at the time of my death a dead person would converse with me. Now, if that time has arrived, then, for the sake of Allah and His Messenger, please talk to me”.
    Suddenly someone responded to his Salaam, and said: “O people who build and plant, and ultimately the buildings turn into ruins and gardens decay; ask me what you want,, I will reply”.
    Salman (r.a.) asked: “Are you from the people of Paradise or of Hell?” The dead man said that he was from the people of Paradise.
    Salman requested him to describe how he died and what agonies he had to undergo at that time. He replied: “O Salman, please do not ask this. By Allah, if someone had snipped my flesh (by scissors) in little bits and removed the flesh from the bones, it would have been easier than the agony of death. O Salman, I always did good deeds in your world, always prayed on time, used to recite the Qur\'an, was good to my parents, lived on lawful earnings. Then I fell ill and my life came to its end. At that time, a very tall person, with a frightening countenance, stood in the air before me. He pointed to my eyes and they lost their sight; to my ears and they became deaf; to my tongue and it lost its speech. I asked him who he was and why he was doing it to me. He said: I am the angel of death; your life has ended in this world. You have to go from here to another world\'.
    Then two persons came to me, one of them sat on my right, the other on the left. They informed me that they were the two angels who had written all my deeds in the worldly life. One, whose name was \'Raqueeb\' gave my record of good deeds, on reading which I was much pleased. Then the other angel, whose name was \'Ateed\', gave me the other record, a complete record of my sins; and on reading that I was very sad.
    Then the Angel of Death came nearer and removed my soul through my nose, and I have not forgotten its agony yet. Seeing me dead, my relatives and family members started crying. The Angel of Death said: “Why are you crying? I have not done any injustice that you are complaining of. When his life came to end, I removed his soul on the command of Allah. And I will come to you so many times.”
    Then another Angel took my soul and I was brought to heaven where I was asked about my deeds, viz. prayers, fasts, Zakat, Khums, Hajj, Jihad, recitation of the Qur\'an, obedience to the parents etc. Likewise, I was asked whether I had murdered any one, or taken some one\'s property without any right, or been unjust to other people and such things.
    Then that same Angel brought my soul back to earth. At that time the person who wanted to wash my body (Ghassal) removed my clothes and started the ritual washing (Ghusl). My soul cried out: “O servant of Allah, have mercy On this weak and broken body. By Allah, all its veins, whence I have come out, have been broken; and its limbs are like they have been minced”. My soul was imploring him in such a touching way that if the Ghassal were to hear it, he would have left washing the dead bodies altogether.
    Then they covered me with Kafan (shroud), gave me Hunut, prayed upon me. When they laid me in the grave, I was so much frightened that words cannot describe it.
    When they closed my grave, my soul entered my body again. An Angel, Munabbih (One who awakens, reminds) by name, came to me and made me sit. He ordered me to write down all the deeds which I had done in the world. I said that I did not remember. He said: \'I will go on reminding, you go on writing\'. I said: \'Where is the paper?\' He said: “This Kafan of yours will do for paper\'. I said: \'Where can I find a pen?\' He said: \'Your finger will be your pen\'. I asked about the ink and was told that my saliva will work like ink.
    When I had written all my deeds, the Angel put my writing around my neck like a band, it is as Allah says in the Qur\'an: “And the bird (i.e., deed done by one) of every man have We bound about his neck, and We shall produce unto him, on the Day of Resurrection, a book (in which his actions will be recorded) which he will find open, (it will be said to him) read thy book; thine own self will be a sufficient reckoner against thee.” (Qur\'an, 17:13-14).
    (In other traditions, the name of the angel, who comes in the grave and guides in writing the deeds of the Mayyit, is given as ”Ruman”)
    Then an angel, very frightening, Munkar by name, came to me with a fiery club, and asked me: “Who is your Lord? Who are your Prophet and Imams? What is your religion?” I was so afraid that I became totally confused; my limbs were trembling; I could not understand what to reply. In that confusion, the Mercy of Allah supported me, and my heart became tranquil, and I replied; “Allah (His Power is Great) is my Lord; and Muhammad is my Prophet, and Ali bin Abi Talib is my Imam and Islam is my religion; and the Qur\'an is my Book and the Kaaba is my Quibla”.
    Then another Angel, who is called Nakir, interrogated me in the same manner about my beliefs. By Grace of Allah, I replied his questions also and said: “I bear witness that there is no god except Allah, and that Muhammad is His Messenger, and that Ali and his sinless progeny are the proofs of Allah, and that Paradise is Haqq (a Fact, Truth) and the Fire (of Hell) is true, and Sirat (Path) is true, and the Balance (of deeds) is true and the Questioning of Munkar and Nakir in the grave is true, and Resurrection is true, and raising (of dead) is true, and flying of the books (in which deeds of a person are recorded) is true, and that the Hour (Day of Judgement) is sure to come, there is no doubt in it, and that Allah will raise all the dead who are in the grave”.
    Hearing these true answers, the angels said to me: “Sleep as a bride sleeps” (without any worry); they opened a door of Paradise towards my head, and the breeze of Paradise came to me, and my grave (which previously looked like a prison) become a vast place extending beyond my vision, and the whole place became a garden.
    O Salman, a man must remember his Lord at all times, and must spend his life in His obedience, because death is a sure thing and every one will have to face all those things which I have told you.”
    Asbagh (r.a.) said: “When the voice stopped, Salman (r.a.) told me to take him back home, there he lay on the ground and looking towards heavens prayed to Allah, and left this world.”[21][22]
    One interesting account of Barzakh an its everlasting matter:
    Shaykh Mehmood Iraqi, at the end of his book Daar-us-Salaam, quotes the late Naraqi (r.a.). He said: When I was a Mujawar (living near) Najafe Ashraf there, fell a severe famine. One day, I came out of my house. My children were hungry and crying for food. I went to Waadi Ye Salaam with a view to seek the removal of our sorrow and gloom through the medium of the visit to the dead among the faithful. There I saw that some people brought a dead body and also asked me: You may also accompany us. We have come here for making this body join with pious souls of this Holy place. Then they took that corpse to a wide big garden and placed it in one of the palaces situated in that garden. All means of comfort were available in those palaces. When I saw all this, I also followed them and entered that palace along with them. There I saw a young man dressed in royal clothes sitting on a golden throne. When he saw me, he called me by my name and made me sit by his side very respectfully. Then he told me: You do not recognize me. I am the same body which has been just brought here. My name is so and so. I was a resident of such and such city. The group which you saw in my funeral procession was that of the angels who brought me from my city upto this garden. This is one of the heavenly gardens. Hearing these things my gloom disappeared and I desired to see that garden thoroughly. When I got out of that palace I saw a number of such palaces. When I looked into them I found my parents and many other near and near ones. They made me their guest. I thoroughly enjoyed the eatables served by them. In the midst of these comfortable and luxurious moments, I suddenly remembered my family members and imagined how much hungry they were. This thought made me gloomy once again. My father asked: What happened to you all of a sudden? I replied: My family members are restless due to hunger. My father said: Here is a heap of rice. My father asked me. Take out of it. I took off my clock and filled it with that heavenly rice. My father asked me. Take it up and carry it to your family. When I lifted up the clock, I found myself in the aforesaid Vaadiyus Salaam. My clock was, of course, full of that rice. I took it to my house. My wife asked: From where have you brought this? I replied: What have you to do with this question? Briefly speaking we ate that rice for quite a long time but it never finished. At least my wife forced me to tell her what had happened. Thereafter when went to take out that rice we found nothing.
    Another interesting account about Barzakh:
    Fire Of Barzakh Leaps Out Of A Grave
    Quoting narrations of some reliable and trustworthy people, the late Shaykh Mehmood Iraqi has mentioned in Daar-us-Salaam that once we went to the graveyard of Imamzada Hasan (Tehran). Sun had not yet set. One of our companions sat down on the stone of a grave. Suddenly he shouted: Please lift me up. When we lifted him we saw that the stone was almost red hot.
    Just think. How great is the chastisement meted out to the soul that even gravestone also becomes so hot. He says: I recognized the owner of that grave but I would not disclose his name so that he may not be defamed among people.
    Also it is said about another man who was buried in Qum. Flames of fire were leaping out of his grave which had burnt down carpets over there.
    One more
    Shaykh Shoostari (r.a.) mentioned in his Fire Hotter Than The fire Of This World
    admonitions that the Lord of the worlds has said: Naaarun Haamiyah meaning: Hot fire. Is there, then, any cold fire also? Yes. If it is possible to make comparison, the fire in our world is cold compared to the fire of Barzakh. Nature makes us a comparison between the two fires and to understand which one is really hot.
    Saaiqah (The Lightning In Space) Is The Biggest Worldly Fire
    Shaykh Shoostari (r.a.) says that if a comparison is made between the fire of wood and charcoal and the fire of Saaiqah (lightning in the sky) it will be known that Saaiqah is a thin (fine) fire which is created by the bouncing and hissing of clouds. It is so hot that it burns out everything it touches and then slips away instantly. It neither returns nor stays anywhere. Nothing can make it cold. If it falls on a tree it turns it into coal at once. If it falls on an ocean it burns it upto its bottom and fries even the fish in the bottom of the sea. Only Saaiqah is the real fire. The embers in a hearting also is fire but that fire can be put off by shedding a little water or some dust on it. Its heat and burn has some limitations.
    Now you will have understood that the fire of Barzakh cannot be compared with the fire of this world, not even with Saaiqah (lightning). If someone's allegorical body and his soul is under torture in Barzakh, it is possible (though not always necessarily) that his or her material earthly body may also get affected. What is contrary to it is also observed. Pleasing and sweet fragrance spread in the absence of any scent, or flowers or burning of aloes wood from the graves of some dear servants of God.
    All from the book http://www.al-islam.org/the-hereafter/3.htm
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    the Imams said long ago "those who follow us or love us be prepared for a life of ostentation" and it has finally reached the shores of us living in the west
    look its even starting to happen here in Australia, and this would not be the first case but maybe the worst case, this guy who is from the Shia community and we know him opened up a business, and on some sunni or salafi website they rendered his shop as support of the Syrian Government, warning the Sunnis/Salafis not to go there to eat, in a suburb named Bankstown, so ever since that was made public, they begin to harras and attack the shop and the workers, until they put the guy in hospital and firebombed the shop, and eventually they forced him to sell the shop to one of them for a cheap 10000 dollars while he had spent so much more on the shop and the business he was harassed, abused, blackmailed, intimidated and made his life hell and he agreed to sell it because he just wanted to be left alone
    http://au.news.yahoo...-today-tonight/
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    because being a believer is a state , and dont forget they were around the Prophet, they witnessed miracles and much proof, and this unveiled their hearts, but unfortunately they couldn't keep the faith, they instead followed their desires and failed
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    Human being is an integration of body, rouh (spirit) and nafs (soul).
    The differences between Nafs (soul) and Rouh (spirit) are:
    In Quran, the word nafs can be found both in singular and plural forms but the word rouh is only found in singular form.
    Nafs can be changed as Quran says: “Indeed, Allah will not change the condition of a people until they change their “nafses” (what is in themselves)”.
    Rouh cannot be changed.
    Nafs can be made evil (by committing grave sins) but rouh is never evil. Rouh is always pure, the inner prophet and representative of God in the world.
    Rouh is one and people share it. But every person has his own nafs so what individualizes people is their “nafses”. Nafs consists of feelings, desires, achievements, deeds, experiences, … . This is nafs which forms man’s character and on the Day of Judgement, he will be judged on his “nafs”.
    People can be categorized according to their nafses:
    In the group number 1, Nafs-e Ammareh is dominent. People who unconcernedly commit grave sins fall into this category. They have no conscience about committing sins.
    Nafs-e Lavvameh (guilty conscience)-dominant. People who feel self-reproach after committing sins.
    Nafs-e Agheleh (wisdom)-dominant. People who behave wisely and wisdom controls their deeds.
    Nafs-e Molhameh-dominant. People who are very pious and sinless and get divine inspirations.
    Nafs-e Motma’enneh-dominant (reassured nafs). People who fall into this category, have reached a level of certainty that they will never descend to the lower stages.
    Nafs-e Razieh-dominant. People who have reached a level of purity and integrity that are pleased with themselves.
    Nafs-e Marzieh-dominant. People with whom God are completely pleased. At this stage, nafs reaches the same level where rouh is. In other words, Nafs-e Marzieh is the same rouh. This is called “unity between soul(nafs) and spirit (rouh)”
    Quran says:
    [To the righteous it will be said], "O reassured soul,
    Return to your Lord, well-pleased and pleasing [to Him],
    Reference: “Human and God”
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    The month of rajab is one of the most powerful months. It is a holy month, it has so much power in it, that it is bewildering. Fasting days of in rajab is enough to get you out of Hell. Not to mention other rewards and special favours God extends to people in this month for very minuet things.
    The Holy Prophet (SAW) has said:
    “Rajab is a great month of Allah, unmatched by any other month in the respect and significance (accorded to it); war with the infidels during this month is prohibited; Verily, Rajab is Allah’s month, Sha’aban my month and Ramadan the month of my Ummah; whosoever fasts a day in the month of Rajab will be granted the great reward of Ridwan (an angel in heaven); the wrath of Allah shall be distanced and a door of the Hell shall be closed.”
    "Fasting is one of the most recommended acts during this spiritual season. It becomes Wajib during the month of Ramadan, but is highly recommended during the months of Rajab and Sha’baan. As will be noted from the Hadith above and others to follow, fasting, be it for only one day during these months, is rewarded with untold bounties.
    Hadrat Salmaan Farsi narrates that the Final messenger of Allah (SAW) said that there is a day in the month of Rajab on which if a person fasts and does Qiyaamul Lail (night vigil ) on that night, he will receive rewards like a person who fasts for 100 years and does Qiyaamul Lail for nights of 100 years. This night is the night of the 27th (Rajab) and the day of the 27th (Rajab). This is the day on which Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) was appointed to Messengerhood, (Ghuniyatut Talibeen, Tarteeb Shareef page 781).
    Hadrat Salmaan narrates that the Beloved of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) said "O Salmaan, there is no Mumin (True Believer) and Muminah (Truly Believing Female) who performs 30 Raka'ah in the month of Rajab and in each Raka'ah recites Surah Al Faatihah once, Surah Al-Ikhlaas 3 times, and Surah Al Kafiroon 3 times that Allah does forgive them their sins and bestows rewards upon them as upon a person who has fasted a whole month. He becomes among those who will be steadfast in their salaat in the year which is to come. For him the deeds of the day is equal to that of the martyr. He will be raised with the Martyrs of the Holy Battle of Badr. For him is written for the fast of each day, one year's worship. His station is raised 1000 times higher.
    If he fasts the entire month of Rajab and he performs this (Above) Salaat, Allah will give him salvation from the Hell Fire, make Waajib for him, His Paradise and bestow His Nearness upon him. Hadrat Jibreel informed me "O Muhammad this is the sign between you and the Mushrikeen (Polytheists) and the Munaafiqeen (Hypocrites) because the Munafiq does not perform this Salaat."
    To fast for 4 days is beneficial to save oneself from punishment in the grave.
    Whoever fasts for six days in Rajab will find peace in Qiyamat & walk over the Pul-e-siraat easily without accounting.
    It is related that the person who recites Surah-al Yaseen before going to bed & Solat -e -Lailatul Raghaib will be saved from the terror of the grave. The first Friday night of Rajab is known as Lailatul Raghaib
    Anyway there is alot more and i dont want to hijack this thread , but if you want to see every single benefit which we know about and every single action recommended for this month by the prophet , then message me and i will send you the files with all the information you need to read and for practise.
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