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  1. Where are you these days.

  2. The fact is you are simply choosing to side with certain scholars when not all agree on the topic, what I am asking is you to prove your beliefs in the quran, remember the ahadith says that any ahadith that goes against the Holy Quran is unable to be used. You are making takfir on people without any real basis, you cannot show me why those ayah were revealed and when, yet you want to say it is for the here and now and for each and every Christian when this is not the case, those ayah were revealed in a time of war when the Christians were fighting the Muslims. So through these we know that any
  3. as to the first quote from that particular scholar his veiws are against the holy quran itself and there is no point even discussing it because I already showed you the proper ayaat which discounts all he said. There are two kinds of people of the book, those who believe and those who do not, according to the Holy Quran. you cannot use either ahadith 7 or 8 because chapter 60 was revealed long before the chapter of "The Table" and abrogating verse cannot come before the abrogated one. Moreover, it is accepted and confirmed in the traditions that the chapter of "The Table" is the abrogator and
  4. Dear brother.

    Congratulations on the birth anniversary of Imam Mehdi (AS).

    May Allah keep you on the right path.

  5. I will give macisaac some more time to respond
  6. lol... that says a lot a lot a lot a lot a lot right there, about macisaac too.... hmmm.......
  7. Eid e shoma mubarak to all on this zahoor anniversary of Imam Mahdi (atf) seems to be a sunni thing, got this from wiki Sunni view Sunnis (except for the 'Salafi manhaj') observe Mid-Sha'ban as a night of worship and salvation. The 'date' remembers when Allah (SWT) saved Noah's followers from the deluge. The Sunni narrative is that Allah (SWT) determines the destiny of all people, including whether a person lives or dies, in the coming year and for this reason it is sometimes called the "Night of Emancipation". Imam Nawawi mentioned in his Majmu`, where he also quoted Imam al-Shafi`i from the
  8. http://www.iaba-austin.org/hbscripts/index.aspx?page=contact.htm http://www.iaba-austin.org/hbscripts/index.aspx?page=directions.htm and welcome to the forum and to Islam :) May Allah continue to guide your path
  9. Just a question here Muhammed is self defense haram in islam? another question; a person is being attacked and is not strong enough to fight off their attacker, is it haram to defend them/come to their aid if you are there or does Islam teach us to walk away and leave the other muslim to their fate at the hands of a non believer?
  10. Asalaam Alaykom brother, I would like to better understand this ayah and all of its implications if you would do me the honor of discussing this with me please. here I want to quote what I remember from a hadith that I once heard, but I apologize because I do not remember either exact wording or source, perhaps someone can help me here. But in this hadith a king had given three of his slaves some money, and the first man buried or hid the money to have in safe keeping until his master returned, the second took half the money and invested it and buried the other half, the third invested the fu
  11. http://corpus.quran.com/wordbyword.jsp?chapter=12&verse=24
  12. Abu Qurrah said, We (the narrators of Hadith) narrate that Allah the Almighty has divided His being seen, al-Ru'ya, and His speech, al-Kalam, between the two prophets. He gave Musa (Moses) the opportunity to hear His speech. He granted to Prophet Muhammad sawa, the opportunity to see Him. Imam abu al-Hassan asws said, If it is as you say then who was it that conveyed the message from Allah to the two heavy communities, namely, mankind and the Jinn in the following words of the Holy Quran: . . . the eyes cannot comprehend Him, (6:103) They cannot limit Him through their knowledge, (20:110) and
  13. please note the point added to these ayah, those who disbelieve from the people of the book. this means, among the people of the book there are believers and disbelievers, but both ways they are still people of the book, meaning, those who believe from the people of the book did not change their religion to islam. So, I would like you to show exactly why those ayah were revealed, and when they were revealed, and then we can get to the heart of the matter! perhaps learning something in the process, instead of following in the footsteps of the wahabbis Not all of them are alike: of the People
  14. a kafir is someone who hides the truth, a non muslim is someone who does not believe in our faith (here you will find the mushrik and idolators), if a non- muslim is christian or jew then they are people of the book, ahl al kitab please find me reference in the Holy Quran to where Ahl al Kitab is a kafir if they are not doing an action to hide the truth. try getting your info from the quran from time to time, a farmer is called a kafir in the quran for planting seeds (ie: he covers them = kafir)
  15. In arabic the word 'rise' carries the meaning of war and uprising; example is; when the Qa'em (atfs) comes this is called 'The Rising" in all our ahadith, when the Aimmah (as) do not fight for their rights They (as) say They (as) know better when to 'rise' At 6:00 a.m. on 7 December, the six Japanese carriers launched a first wave of 181 planes composed of torpedo bombers, dive bombers, horizontal bombers and fighters. Even as they winged south, some elements of U.S. forces on Oahu realized there was something different about this Sunday morning. In the hours before dawn, U.S. Navy vessels spo
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