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Haydar Husayn

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  1. Well, if you have videos and pictures, why not post them? A lot more people would be willing to believe if there was actually some evidence to examine. I don't wish to cast doubt on your sincerity, but you must realise that it isn't very wise for people to believe everything they read from anonymous internet posters. Even if someone were to tell me a story like this in person, I would ask for some proof. I'm not saying you are lying, but since you have said you are posting this story in order to strengthen our faith, it would halp if you could provide something that could at least be examined. Even a single picture would be something. Another thing that makes me doutful is that this happened in Pakistan. Now, I could be completely wrong about this, but it seems like a lot of these supernatural events tend to be witnessed and recounted by Pakistanis. I've never met another group of people that have witnessed so many miracles, or have been possessed by so much black magic. If all these stories were to be believed, nearly every family in Pakistan has had at least one family member who has had black magic done on them. You should also realise that some pretty incredible miracles are also supposed to have been witnessed by people of other faiths, and the documentation is a lot stronger than what we have here: http://www.crystalinks.com/miracles.html If any if these had happened to Shias, then we would still be reading hundreds of threads about it on this forum now. Take a look at this one, people all over the world were able to reproduce the 'miracle' for a while : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu_milk_miracle
  2. No surprise that this was narrated by Abu Huraira.
  3. This reminds me of those stories of statues of the Virgin Mary crying real tears. People of all religions claim to experience these kinds of things. To be honest I'm a bit scepetical of this stuff. What would be the purposeof these miracles? As a reward for keeping a shrine to the Ahlul Bayt (as)? Was any attempt made to document all this? Video recordings, pictures, telling neighbours? Did you keep any of this water?
  4. I hope he uses this to reform himself, and becomes a good example of the power of Islam to change people. So far he certainly hasn't been a good representative of the faith. I'd be interested to know what most people there think of the big tattoo on his face though. Tattos are haram in Sunni Islam, right?
  5. Can anyone tell me how much of this stuff Baqir Nisar Zaidi also believes in? Because it's quite scary to think that this is where YaHu is getting his information, seeing as Baqir Zaidi is a popular author. How many more poor misguided souls are there out there who have been influenced by these kinds of teachings?
  6. Well, I don't want to blow my own trumpet ( :P ), but I did say that YaHu was following a kind of Christianity with Ali (as) substituted for Jesus (as) in the very first response to his original posts. Obviously it has become so much clearler since then, but there were many signs from the beginning. It is absolutely mindblowing to me how any so-called Muslim could fall into this trap after having not only the example of the Christians, but also of previous Nusaris. Imam Ali (as) himself is as clear as day on this issue with his famous hadith about the two types of people who will be doomed. Some people think that as long as they add a technical footnote that of course Allah (swt) is above Ali (as), then they can get away with saying almost anything. You can associate as many attributes of Allah (swt) to Imam Ali (as) as you want, but just make sure that if anyone calls you out on it that you say 'of course Allah (swt) is higher than Ali (as)'.
  7. I think it's obvious he can't think for himself, so I wouldn't expect him to answer any questions. The most we can expect is more copy/paste nonsense that isn't even that relevant to the question(but it's the closest he could find to it).
  8. I'm a great fan of 12followershia's youtube videos, even if I don't always agree with his interpretation(or sometimes choice) of certain texts. If I had one slight criticism, it would be that he doesn't pay sufficient attention to the spelling of the text the appears in his videos. It can be a bit distracting to see some huge spelling mistakes, even in names, while you are watching a video. Nevertheless, it is a minor detail. Overall, his videos are very enjoyable. You can find all his videos on his youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/12followershia, and in particular I can imagine many people enjoying the following two videos.
  9. YaHu, are you just a brainwashed parrot? Why don't you post in your own words for a change? Why are you refusing to answer any of the questions put to you? If you are so confident in your position, you should have nothingt to fear.
  10. YaHu, I am begging you, please reflect on the authentic saying of Imam Ali (as) that I posted above. At least answer my questions. No more copying and pasting, just give your own thoughts.
  11. YaHu, please tell me what you think Imam Ali (as) meant when he said the following? Tell me in what ways that according to you it would be possible to have an exaggerated opinion abour Imam Ali (as)? I really think you should reflect deeply on this. Also, why are you avoiding saying what you mean by Imam Ali's divine status?
  12. I'm sorry for the confusion. I thought it would be obvious from the previous posts that this obviously isn't my belief, but it does seem to be YaHu's. He is the one associating divinity with Imam Ali (as), and ending all his posts with 'Ya Ali Maddad', amongst other things.
  13. Ok, can you explain what you think he means then? Because divine usually means god-like.
  14. People with divine status should be able to hear prayers.
  15. YaHu, you still haven't clarified what you mean by Imam Ali's (as) divine status.
  16. May Allah (swt) forgive me if I am wrong, but I do not believe in this Calvanist-style 'elect' concept. If we have already made the choice the will save us or condemn us, then what is the point of this life? As to your question, what do you expect me to say? I think I might have chosen the wrong side? If that is the case, then I'm doomed anyway, right?
  17. Divine status?? I hope you don't know what that means, and are just misusing it. Please clarify yourself.
  18. Actually, I have a feeling he does believe something like this.
  19. According to what you are saying it would seem that almost everyone on earth is going to hell. Not only that, but who will be saved was already decided long before creation.
  20. If you want to be a troll, make it a bit less obvious. Unless you are doing this for the comedy value, and are just trying to make the Wahhabis look even dumber than they are.
  21. YaHu, I couldn't care less whether you are against the concept of taqlid, but your akhlaq is terrible. And then you have the nerve to represent yourself as a 'true' Shia. Not only that, but as I have pointed out earlier, your beliefs are very close to those of Christians. Your last couple of posts have provided even more evidence of that.
  22. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_James http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Didache
  23. I still can't believe there were so many replies before anyone even touched on the issue of Imam Hussain (as) praying to his mother to bless him with a daughter. Do none of you really see a problem with this, or you don't think it's even worth pointing out? I mean, from my point of view this is accusing Imam Hussain (as) of committing shirk, even if that is not what the original poster meant to do. Meanwhile, the rest of you don't even bat an eyelid. What made it worse was it was phrased as 'he even prayed to his mother', as if praying to Allah (swt) wasn't working, so out of desperation he prayed to his mother instead. I think what this shows is that for some people the line between seeking intersession from someone and praying to them has become hopelessly blurred.
  24. What is there to judge? Are there 4 reliable male witnesses, yes or no? Has the person confessed on 4 seperate occasions without being coerced, yes or no? Is the person sane, yes or no? I don't think this is very complicated. As to motive, I think that's pretty obvious. The judge may be convinced that the person has commited the crime, but doesn't have the required evidence in order to convict. However, since the judge can't bring himself to allow a 'clearly' guilty person to go free, he uses some other evidence to convict. For example, let's say a man and his two sons(all well known in the community to be extremely pious) come home and they catch the man's wife(and sons' mother) in the act of adultery with another man. Now, all three witnesses are willing to bear witness in court to what they have seen. Obviously they have no motive to lie about this. Now, what do you think the judge should do?
  25. There is no doubt adultery and homosexuality are majors sins, but don't you think Allah (swt) has made them extremely difficult to prove in court? Maybe there is a reason for that.
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