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Haydar Husayn

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  1. Salam alaykum, 

    Al-Qummi and Al-Majlisi narrated on the authority of Abu Thar: I migrated with Jafar ibn Abi Talib to Abyssynia. A slave girl worth 4,000 dirhams was given to Jafar as a gift. When we came to Medinah he gave it to Ali as a gift that she may serve him. Ali kept her in Fatima’s house. One day Fatima entered and saw that his head was in the girl’s lap. She said: “O Abu Al-Hasan! Have you done it!?” He said: “O daughter of Muhammad! I have done nothing, so what is it that you want?” She said: “Do you allow me to go to my father’s house?” He said: “I will allow you.” So she wore her Jilbab and went to the Prophet.
    (source: Ibn Babaveh Al-Qummi’s “Elal Al-Sharae’”, p.163; it is also narrated in Bihar Al-Anwar, pp.43-44, Chapter on “How her life with Ali was”)

     

    Is this hadith sahih???  can you help me please, I 've not found an answer..

     

    1. Laayla

      Laayla

      Wa Alikum Assalam WA Rahamah, Of course not brother.  

      This is a fabricated hadith, no doubt about that.  @Qa'im  @Ibn al-Hussain

    2. Haydar Husayn
  2. The discussion above is just embarrassing. I wish people would do their homework before debating Tawhidi so that they could be prepared for him to divert any discussion onto the topic of Sahih Bukhari and the Prophet's 'father-in-laws'.
  3. Assalam Alikum Brother.  Good to see you posting again.  You have been inactive for quite some time.  Insh'Allah you and your wife are fine and in good health.  God bless you.

    1. Haydar Husayn

      Haydar Husayn

      Wa `alaykum as-salaam sister. Thank you very much for your kind words. It is true that I haven't been posting in a long time, but insha'Allah I'll start posting again once I have something interesting to say. My and my wife's health are fine thank you. I hope the same is true for you insha'Allah.

    2. Laayla

      Laayla

      Alhamd'Allah rab al 3lameen brother.  I always look forward reading your input.  God bless you and Joum3 Mubaraqa to you and your loved ones.

  4. “It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.” (Jonathan Swift)

  5. He couldn't make his agenda any more obvious. Something tells me he wouldn't have a problem stating his disagreements with a Sunni scholar who has studied for 60 years, or making fun of 'sensitive' aspects of Sunni Islam.
  6. Wouldn't this imply that every election is bought? When was the last time anyone got elected without massive amount of financial and media support from big donors?
  7. But what was done exactly? Nobody rigged anything. People took part in a free election. They weren't forced to vote one way or the other, and their votes were accurately tallied. I don't see where the moral outrage is coming from. The fact that dumb people are so easily misled is a problem with democracy itself.
  8. The Kaaba was used by pagans, but according to our beliefs it was originally built for the sake of God, and was turned into a site of pagan worship. I'm not sure this can be 'proved' to a non-believer though, and to be honest, I don't think it's man issue worth discussing. Nobody's decision to convert to Islam is going to hinge on this. It's just a way of trying to cause confusion. As for the name Allah, it was used by pagans before Islam, as the Qur'an makes clear, but I'm not sure why that would be problematic, since Allah was acknowledged to be the creator of the universe.
  9. I don't really see the big deal. How many people around the world have been elected with far more support from the USA than a bunch of fake tweets and leaked emails? In fact, the Americans helped Yeltsin get elected in Russia: https://www.globalresearch.ca/us-meddling-in-1996-russian-elections-in-support-of-boris-yeltsin/5568288 Is anyone really naive enough to think the Russians are the only ones playing these games?
  10. You won't go to hell for having doubts or thinking crazy thoughts. From what you've posted, you still seem to be aware of what the truth is, hence your fear of these thoughts. Maybe you should just take a break from thinking about these things, and certainly from YouTube videos, and allow yourself to regain your mental and spiritual equilibrium. Everyone has spiritual ups and downs at some point. What's important is how you cope with them.
  11. It may be a minority, but I'm not sure I'd go as far as saying it's the exception. At least not among the liberal crowd. Here are some related examples: The whole 'shout your abortion' movement: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ShoutYourAbortion Another crowd applauding someone saying that had an abortion: Celebrating women who've had abortions: https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5915d68de4b0bd90f8e6a47c
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