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    imaan=faith got a reaction from learical in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Meesum_Mtl in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from sidnaq in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Akbar673 in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from muhibb-ali in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from AbdusSibtayn in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from NaveenHussain in A Debate With Abuhanifa   
    It is narrated that in the time of Imam Abu Hanifa two shias were passing near a big gathering of people. The two people asked: what are these people doing here?
     They replied: it's time for Imam Abu Hanifa's class. The narrator (one of the two shias) says: my friend (Fadhl ibn Hasan) who was a learned man told me: “I want to attend this majlis and then discuss with their Imam”.
    I told him: he's a great scholar, you can't debate with him. He replied: I believe in the right belief which can't be defeated. We entered the majlis and sat there and at the right time Fadhl stood up and told Abu Hanifa: O' sheikh, I have a brother who is a Shia and anytime I try to convince him that Abu Bakr after the holy prophet was the greatest person in Islam and rightfully the caliph, he disagrees and says Ali ibn Abi talib is the right successor. Now you teach me an answer so that I can convince him.
     Abu Hanifa replied : tell your brother that the best reason is that the holy prophet in the time of wars used to keep Abu Bakr and Omar next to himself and send Ali to the battlefield and this shows that they were the favorite people for the holy prophet since He had planned for them (Abu bakr and Omar) to become his successors, and because he didn’t like Ali as much, he used to send him to the battlefield so that he would be killed and this is the best reason for Abu Bakr and Omar to be better than him.
    Fadhl replied: Yes sheikh, I’ve already told my brother this reason but he replied from Quran: “Allah has preferred the mujahideen over those who remain [behind] with a great reward “ according to this verse since Ali was the Mujahid (the one who fights) he is preferred over Abu Bakr and Omar who remained behind.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Any better reason than the issue that Abu Bakr and Omar are buried next to the holy prophet’s grave, while Ali’s grave is in Iraq?
    Fadhl replied: I’ve told him the same, but he replied to me that they have been buried without holy prophet’s permission because in Quran God says that: “O’ believers do not enter the houses of the Prophet except when you are permitted” (33:53) and we know the holy prophet is buried in his house and Abu Bakr and Omar are buried in his house too, but without his permission and they usurped the place of their grave.
    Abu Hanifa who was now annoyed thought a bit and then replied: tell your stupid brother that they’ve not been buried without permission, since Aisha and Hafsa, the daughters of those two great people and the wives of holy prophet were owed their Mahr (dowry) by holy prophet and therefore they buried their fathers as their expected dowry.
    Fadhl replied: I’ve already said this, and my brother replied from Quran that: “O Prophet, indeed We have made lawful to you your wives to whom you have given their dowries” (33:50) according to this verse, the holy prophet had paid the dowry of his wives to them and when he passed away, he was not owing any of his wives.
    Abu Hanifa replied: Tell your brother, although his wives were not owed their dowries, they had a right in the holy prophet’s inheritance, so what was left from him after his demise was his house and according to jurisprudence, they had right to inherit from that house, and since Aisha and Hafsa were his heritor, they buried their fathers using their heritage from that house. So there was no usurping in between.
     Fadl replied: Yes I also said this, but he replied: You sunnis say “Prophets are not inherited” and you quote from the holy prophet that: “we prophets are not inherited and anything remains from us is sadaqah (charity)” so according to yourselves, Aisha and Hafsa cannot inherit. For the same reason you banned Lady Fatimah from her Fadak land and said prophets are not inherited, Aisha and Hafsa also have no right in the inheritance. A daughter has no right to inherit, but his wives have this right?!  Plus assuming they had the right to inherit, the rule is that if the dead person has a child, the quota of his wives is one eighth, here the holy prophet had only one room, which if we divide it in to eight parts, one part of that is for all his wives who were 9 in number. So the quota of Aisha and Hafsa is less than a foot! So how could Abu Bakr and Omar fit in a few centimeter space?!
    Abu Hanifa got angry and shouted: kick this man out, he is a Shia and has no shia brother!!!
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Rohani in Hawza För Girls   
    salam Alaikum
    Foreign sisters who wanna study Islamic sciences or howza, their best choice is Jameeatul Mustafa University.
    that Jameeatul Zahra (a.s) is under their control .
    so the other choice is Maktab Narjes in Mashhad, in which they can study howza...
    these are the most powerful and successful organizations as I know.
    so for attending Jameeatul Mustafa, you need to ask their office for registration, as they accepted you, then you would be sent to Iran for studying.
    all are free...
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from lost apple in Nafilah Prayers   
    According to all of the scholars, Niyyah is not saying what you want to do by your tongue, "it's what you decide to do in your mind", finished,
    now if you said it by your tongue, it's okey , but if not, it's okey too.
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Ali-F in Roohani Secrets?   
    (salam)




    I recently noticed a new advertisement up on shiachat, roohani secrets. Assuming it was a rather different kind of site, I went and took a look and noticed some rather interesting things such as:
    "spiritual items" for sale:
    - Isme A'dham (Secret Hidden God's name) for sale with a 50% discount for paypal users.
    -Third eye rituals (I have no idea what that is, but the name sounds interesting enough not to want to look more)
    -an amal that guarantees your wishes coming true (for only 90 euros)
    more products advertised here.
    Other interesting things available on the site:
    -distance healing online (for a fee ofcourse)
    - how to summon/conjure hamzad??
    MY CONCERNS:
    1. What policy is there for advertisements to be allowed to be posted on shiachat?
    2. The site describes their talismans and amulets thus: Our Talismans and amulets have basically background from old Arabic and south Asian traditions.
    ^ Does any of this sound specifically Islamic or is it possibly from any and many other backgrounds?
    3. Does SC have a policy of doing a background check on "organisations" or other entities that advertise on their site, for the sake of the safety of its members, particularly the large number who come on SC and expect every or almost everything they find here to be safe, approved, fully islamic?
    (wasalam)
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Heavenly_Silk in Snowy Holy Shrine   
    salam Alaikum All
    Today Mashhad was covered by a heavy snow!
    so as I was at the holy shrine, took some pictures ...just share them with you:
    Eltemase Dua


    Entrance gate of Inqilab courtyard






    Enqelab courtyard






    Jomhoury courtyard






    heading to Hedayat Courtyard









    Hedayat courtyard - before heavy snow






    Razavi university (Mirza Jafar yard) - inside the holy shrine




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    imaan=faith reacted to onemuslim in One Post , One Pictures (Persian)   
    Mother


    کودک که بودم ، وقتی‌ زمین میخوردم ،مادرم مرا می‌بوسید،



    تمام دردهایم از یادم میرفت ...
    دیروز زمین خوردم، دردم نیامد ،



    اما...



    به جایش تمام بوسه‌های مادرم به یادم آمد







    زمین افتادن چه زیباست وقتی برای بوسیدن پای مادر باشد و صد البته پدر



    پیامبر(ص) فرمود:



    ♦کسی که پای مادرش را ببوسد؛مثل این است که آستانه کعبه را بوسیده است.♦1



    نظر الولد الی والدیه حبّاً لرحمها عبادة؛نگاه همراه با محبت فرزند به پدر و مادر عبادت است»2



    گنجینه جواهر 1



    تحف العقول 2

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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Anisa Bandeh Khoda in I Vant To Learn Farsi.   
    salam Alaikum
    You can watch a series in Shiatv.net which is for learning Farsi in Arabic language, though it's also suitable for even English speakers.
    check shiatv.net and look for Learning Farsi
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from HamzaTR in I Vant To Learn Farsi.   
    salam Alaikum
    You can watch a series in Shiatv.net which is for learning Farsi in Arabic language, though it's also suitable for even English speakers.
    check shiatv.net and look for Learning Farsi
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in I Vant To Learn Farsi.   
    salam Alaikum
    You can watch a series in Shiatv.net which is for learning Farsi in Arabic language, though it's also suitable for even English speakers.
    check shiatv.net and look for Learning Farsi
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Ibn Al-Shahid in Amaamah   
    It's a mustahab piece of cloth,although without wearing it with other clothes (Aba+ labadah or qaba) since it's the full clothes of scholars.
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Shiabro in Amaamah   
    It's a mustahab piece of cloth,although without wearing it with other clothes (Aba+ labadah or qaba) since it's the full clothes of scholars.
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from IbnSohan in Amaamah   
    It's a mustahab piece of cloth,although without wearing it with other clothes (Aba+ labadah or qaba) since it's the full clothes of scholars.
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from AnaAmmar1 in Praying Outdoors Or In Public   
    wa Alaikum Assalam
     
    ok the difference is about the hijab for ladies so it's recommended that  ladies in their first priority pray at home,
    but if there's no other choice, they can pray anywhere if she covers herself fully for salaah and not to recite surah loudly so the strangers can hear her
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Zahra1 in Praying Outdoors Or In Public   
    wa Alaikum Assalam
     
    ok the difference is about the hijab for ladies so it's recommended that  ladies in their first priority pray at home,
    but if there's no other choice, they can pray anywhere if she covers herself fully for salaah and not to recite surah loudly so the strangers can hear her
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from PenOfTruth in Praying Outdoors Or In Public   
    wa Alaikum Assalam
     
    ok the difference is about the hijab for ladies so it's recommended that  ladies in their first priority pray at home,
    but if there's no other choice, they can pray anywhere if she covers herself fully for salaah and not to recite surah loudly so the strangers can hear her
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Ali Musaaa :) in Praying Outdoors Or In Public   
    wa Alaikum Assalam
     
    ok the difference is about the hijab for ladies so it's recommended that  ladies in their first priority pray at home,
    but if there's no other choice, they can pray anywhere if she covers herself fully for salaah and not to recite surah loudly so the strangers can hear her
     
    ws
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from struggling_On in Snowy Holy Shrine   
    salam Alaikum All
    Today Mashhad was covered by a heavy snow!
    so as I was at the holy shrine, took some pictures ...just share them with you:
    Eltemase Dua


    Entrance gate of Inqilab courtyard






    Enqelab courtyard






    Jomhoury courtyard






    heading to Hedayat Courtyard









    Hedayat courtyard - before heavy snow






    Razavi university (Mirza Jafar yard) - inside the holy shrine




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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Zaynab McCabe in Marriage » How To Breast Feed A Child   
    of course FACE and HOW WE LOOK is important.
    in Islamic medicine, Imam Rida (a.s) says: if somebody is suffering from headache (special headache) one of the cures is to look at somebody He/She loves!
    it means by looking at those who you love, something happens in your body which cures your headache,
    so this is a similar issue, baby is not BLIND, and can see the nurse. plus that being a pious will also  affect the milk rather than somebody who is not chaste.
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    imaan=faith got a reaction from Rohani in Marriage » How To Breast Feed A Child   
    of course FACE and HOW WE LOOK is important.
    in Islamic medicine, Imam Rida (a.s) says: if somebody is suffering from headache (special headache) one of the cures is to look at somebody He/She loves!
    it means by looking at those who you love, something happens in your body which cures your headache,
    so this is a similar issue, baby is not BLIND, and can see the nurse. plus that being a pious will also  affect the milk rather than somebody who is not chaste.
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