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In the Name of God بسم الله

AbidiScene

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  1. What a scum, a real low life this Qardawi. I remember many years ago, I was fooled into liking this animal. After reading this statement, I almost cried at the blatant cover up of truth. How is this person going to face Allah?
  2. ^ Are there not ulema, who wore the garb of Messenger (S), yet spew kufr and innovation? Of course, but does that invalidate Islam and Messenger (S)?. Mr Majidi and his followers are a fringe element, and don't comprise the vast plethora of urefa and hukam, who are indistinguishable from the layman. Where do you think the urefa and sufis get their teachings from? from themselves? Certainly not! Their ma'refa and knowledge is nurtured by he teachings of Aimmah (a), otherwise the Hikmah found therein is unexplainable. You are right, tasawuff is essential Irfan, except the former's followers an
  3. Excellent Point. To believe in God just in case, shows lack of faith and certainty. Since they don't have certainty, they think by questioning the existence of god, they may perhaps even lose the uncertainty they have of God. But God IS certainty! which every reality subsists upon. TBH, I don't know how much worth there is in believing God for convenience.
  4. Recently I was watching a TV Show, hosted by some Iranian lady. She seemed pretty angry at Muslims and Islam in general, reminiscing how great Iran was until barbaric Islam came and robbed it of its dignity/honor and prominence. I thought to myself, is she Joking? What Islam did was anything but that. If it wasn't for Islam, Iran would be confined to history books, few chapters dedicated to its great 3000+ history and Cyrus the Great! and like Egypt, UAE and Tunisia etc. it would be tourist destination, where people come see the land marks, say a few good words in charity, sleep with the wo
  5. Actually, what Pascal said was nothing original; even Imam Ali said something in similar regard. You assumed material nature of the unicorn, when 12Infallibles never mentioned anything relating to matter. And since, this 'Unicorn' is of no material matter, the argument of 'priori' and multiplicity (composition) is invalid. ... If an atheist genuinely believes in the Law of Probability - that this universe and order being of chance, though slim or nonexistent the probability may be; the atheist should accept any notion of God, since that is more probable in the end! and acceptance of God,
  6. Salaam Bilal. Perhaps you are not familiar with politics or war strategy. And i don't think you have contemplated the immediate and long term reactions and consequence if Iran did intervene with military or force. You see, a King never or rarely fights in a Battle; only his troops who fight. It does not mean the King is weak, unable or a coward- rather, the Kingdom requires a King for leadership (guidance) and moral(e) support. If the King is killed or its importance disregarded, the kingdom will collapse.
  7. Probably because Turkish people are more secular than the Arabs. Secular people usually lean towards those who promote 'humanism' 'good values' live and let live - usually Ahlulbayt(a) are superficially associated with this. No doubt, the Ahlulbayt(a) are to most merciful and just people, but if those Secular people knew what they would do to people who drink, fornicate, commit kufr..I don't know if they will 'like' them. Perhaps, another reason would be the strong Sufi influence on them, which is some what close to Tashayya.
  8. If Pakistan wants to be stable, safe and progressive for it's people and the world, I think they need a new Muhammad (S) or someone with similar characteristics. The Pre-Islamic Jahiliya periods are strikingly similar to the many vices of Pakistan - tribalism, regional divide, feudalistic system, constant blood bath, and of course illiteracy. The way Prophet (S) lifted the Arabs from humiliation and Jahiliya to its zenith and dignity, someone must bring Pakistan to its rightful place. Who and When? lets wait and see... Because the Pakistani people don't seem to have it in them for a radical ch
  9. Any suggestions in meantime?
  10. Even if the criteria were made evident without ambiguity, it would still be difficult to place judgment upon any individual, since intention is unknown. I really do believe that there are many types of rejection (kufr), some of which are truly deserving of punishment. Some passively commit Kufr, while some actively (aggressive) and some, perhaps people like Chomsky, unknowingly or unintentionally reject. What i mean is, sometimes we reject a thing based on its outer appearance, while simultaneously accept it in its inner form (appearance) or when it appears to us differently. We may reject a
  11. Every act of Shari'a is divinely issued to insure maximum benefit with durability and easiness on its followers. When you innovate new practices and laws, whether haraam or halal, they cannot guarantee guidance (benefit) and easiness, as it is never sanctioned by Divine Law It is better to refrain.
  12. ^ Israel is more reminiscent of Nazi Germany than anyone else.
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