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Immy_110

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  1. Salam brother hope you are well! I saw you on a post "Is the word imam mentioned 12 times in the quran" you replied by saying not only the word imam but the word "most pious" the word "shia"  and the word successor are also mentioned in the quran 12 times. I have recently reverted to shia Islam and if you could provide references that would be great........... I hope to hear from you soon.  

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      @AlitheLion7 Salam. Welcome to ShiaChat! 

      @Immy_110 posted that topic in 2011. If you want to know more, please reply in the topic and members who are active today will reply to you. 

  2. Salaaams Soo, getting straight to the point...how do you convince a girl's parents that your the right man for her, that you are capable of looking after her, that your willing to fight for her?? Not just words, but more importantly..Action!
  3. Insha'Allah, I hope this debate does not result in any insults but rather an academic discussion which we can all benefit.
  4. +1 Personally I don't understand why some try to complicate Islam for no reason. Islam so easy and is a complete way of life for all of us. None of this other extra mysticism needed really.
  5. I think there are maybe just some things that are beyond our limited capacity as human beings to understand fully. Such questions may lead one to actually deviate. And Allah knows best.
  6. lol, Then he will probably say something like "look at these rawafid, the way they are behaving etc.' and use more insults. Once I just quoted him the hadith of the 12 successors, then all of a sudden he started making HUGE posts explaining how we try to use this hadith for our own gains and so much other rubbish. I'm like, you guys have to stoop this low just to 'try' prove us wrong and here we just quote to you a simple tradition.
  7. Tried talking with them on that very same thread for a couple days last year, all they did was insult really, especially that TripoliSunni guy. May Allah (swt) guide us to that which is most righteous in his eyes Insha'Allah.
  8. This guy is just an ocean of knowledge! Would highly recommend those who understand urdu/hindi to listen to him. Birthday: 02 February 1964 Ayatollah Syed Aqeel-ul-Gharavi was born 2 February 1964 in India. Presently, he is acknowledged as one of the most highly regarded lecturers of Indo-Pak subcontinent. He was born in India but his whole family migrated when he was very young. After completing his primary and secondary education, he decided to study religion instead of pursuing his interest in medical sciences. Currently, he is living in New Delhi with his family and managing a madrasah and also a professor at Hauz-e-Ilmiya, Jamiat-us-Saqalain, Delhi. He got Ijazah in 1994 from Grand Ayatollah Naser Makarem Shirazi and became a mujtahid.
  9. True I guess, but recently, a shia brother had a debate with dimashqiyah and also two Aalims had a strict a debate on it which lasted for about 3 days. Both dimashqiyah and the other sunni lost it.
  10. Salam brother, sorry i was away for 6 months, do you still need the pictures?

  11. (bismillah) (salam) Indeed there are many. However all schools narrate the following tradition, that the Prophet (pbuh) "After me there shall be 73 sects in the Muslim community; except for one, all would be destroyed. Only one sect would receive salvation". But this doesn't mean that every single person from the non-saved sect/religion will go to Hell, no! Otherwise Allah (swt) would not have put us into different religions and different schools of thought. We will all be judged with justice and equality on the day of judgement. There may be some who knew the truth inside out but still rejected it; they will be in the Hellfire. However, there are many who don't know or those who know a little but are confused or it is hard for them because of pressure from family maybe, etc. so of course as long your niyyah (intention) is pure and you are sincere to yourself and Allah (swt) then you will definitely find the truth. It is everyone's duty to seek what this truth is and find out which path really leads to the true peace of the mind and soul which almost all are seeking in one way or another. For this task, you only require two main things: A sincere heart and of course a brain lol! Since you are a beginner, my advice to you would to not rush into anything and to start from the very basic fundamentals of Islam. Then as you progress, you will come to know of the various differences between the different schools. Do not have an unbiased approach towards anything, Keep making sincere dua to Allah (swt) to help and guide you; asking for his assistance in finding the truth (which is always made distinct from falsehood). Here are some sources which will help you get started: http://www.al-islam.org/discovering-islam/ http://www.al-islam.org/wilayat/ All the best bro! (wasalam)
  12. Born a Shia, Still am a Shia, Plan to die as a Shia :) :yaali:
  13. Well I don't know about HCY. But I joined sunniforum once and didn't really receive a warm reception even though I tried being nice @)
  14. Answer to number 2. - Allah created us solely for his worship (Surah 51, ayah 56) - Allah also created us to let us taste his mercy and barakah (Can't rem which surah!)
  15. Fair enough, yes it is an article aimed at refuting Sunnis. And no I don't take my knowledge from non-shia sources. If I find something in sunni sources, I always make sure it is something our own sources confirm. But mind you, its SUNNI sources. They don't even believe in Wilayah of Imam Ali (as) and yet by the grace of Allah, if we want to prove something to them, then we can find numerous references to prove our point. One hadith? Refer to the links that brother 'The Persian Shah' posted for real daleel then; which go hand-in-hand what the majority Maraja say. Even if I hadn't come across those, I trust my own Maraja than anyone (or my ownself) when it comes to Jurisprudence, so I think I'll stay on the safe side. Wassalam
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