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  1. The Uncleanness (Al-Rijs) حممد بن احلسن الصفار: عن حممد بن خالد الطيالسي، عن سيف بن عمرية، عن أيب بصري، عن أيب جعفر )عليه السًلم(، قال: »الرجس: هو الهك، و ال نهك يف ديننا أبدا«. Muhammad Bin Al-Hassan Al-Saffar, from Muhammad Bin Khalid Al-Taylasany, from Sayf Bin Umeyra, from Abu Baseer, Abu Ja’far asws has said: ‘The uncleanness (الرجس – (It is the doubt, and we asws do not doubt in our asws Religion, ever’ 27. بصائر الدرجات: 226 /13. The uncleanness is talking about doubt not infallibility.
  2. No doubt the alhulbayat have the highest level of human perfection, but they are human beings and nothing else. They are the role model for humanity. I believe extremist teaching have penetrated into Shia Islam and we need to look at what our Imams instructs us on hadiths that don't match with the holy Qur'an. Imam al Ridha (عليه السلام) where he says: …You should not accept any hadith that is attributed to us if it is in conflict with the Qur'an because whatever we say is in harmony with the Qur'an and Sunnah of the Prophet (saww) as we only narrate from God and his messenger.” (Rijal Kashi) Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) says: “Do not accept any narration except that which is in line with the Qur'an and Sunnah, or what you find in the narrations of the previous Imams (عليه السلام), because Mughira bin Sa‟eed, may curse of Allah be on him, inserted such narrations in the books of the companions of my father (Imam Baqir (as)) which he (عليه السلام) had never said…..” (Rijal Kashi)
  3. I think nobody is infallible. Only Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is infallible. Everybody else is fallible. In the Qur'an I see Prophets making mistakes like Adam (عليه السلام). Musa (عليه السلام). solaman (عليه السلام). Yunas (عليه السلام). and even our holy Prophet making mistakes. In the Qur'an Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is correcting the holy Prophet in certain situations. Infalliability is the attribute of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and nothing is like Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). I'm not sure maybe I'm wrong.
  4. Thank you for this information. I'll definitely look into this more. Jazāk Allāhu Khayran.
  5. Salaam walakum. I think the "infallability" concept goes against the holy Qur'an but I could be wrong. In the Qur'an Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) corrects the holy Prophet if he makes a mistake. For instance this verse Surah al-Tahrim – Verses 1-2 "In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful 1. O Prophet! Why do you forbid that which Allah has made lawful to you, seeking to please your wives? And Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Gracious. 2. Allah has already ordained for you the absolution from your oaths. And Allah is your Guardian and He is the Omniscient, the All-Wise." and this verse Surah At-Tawbah – Verse 43 43. “May Allah pardon you! Why did you give them leave before you had found out those who spoke the truth and before you had known the liars?” To me it seems like Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is correcting the holy Prophet in these events. Therefore he can't be infallible.
  6. Thank you everyone for answering. I will ponder on this.
  7. Yes he was guided but he wasn't born guided. Once God guided the holy Prophet then the holy Prophet guided us.
  8. " I think the problem is that the Qur'an uses the word ضال to describe the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم, not so much the guidance/هدى part. So how can he صلى الله عليه وسلم be a Prophet and ضال simultaneously?" Yes you understand what I'm saying.
  9. What? How come God tells his Prophet that you weren't there for the events of other Prophets if he is the first creation? How come God tell his Prophet that you were wandering and then God guided you. How can someone be a Prophet if that person him self is lost? It doesn't make sense. Allah swt tells us to use our reasoning and ponder over the holy Qur'an. I'm not being "bias." If the holy Prophet was the first creation, then he would have witnessed everything, but he didn't so thats way God is telling the holy Prophet that you weren't there for the events of the other Prophets. Surah al-Shura - Verses 52 - 53 52. And thus We have sent to you a Revelation of Our Command [the Holy Qur’an]. You knew not what the Book is, nor what the faith. But We have made it [the Qur’an] a Light wherewith We guide whosoever of Our slaves We will. And verily, you [O Muhammad] are indeed guiding [people] to the Straight Path. 53. The Path of Allah to Whom belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth. Verily, all matters at the end go to Allah. "You knew not what the Book is, nor what the faith" like I said before its seems like he became a Prophet later on in his life.
  10. Surah Duha verse 7 “And He found you wandering and guided (you).” How can he be a Prophet if he was wandering on? This verse must mean that he became a Prophet later on. This verse is talking about at that time he was the first Muslim from among his own tribe. No partner has He. And this I have beencommanded, and I am the first of the Muslims." (6:163) There are many verses in the Qur'an where Allah s.w.t addresses the holy Prophet that you were not there or present during previous Prophets times so how can he a.s be the first creation when he a.s wasn't even there?
  11. Salaam you said that he was the "first creation" and it seems like you are saying he was a Prophet from birth but from the Qur'an it seems like he wasn't? Can you explain to me this verse Surah Duha, Verses 6-11 6. “Did He not find you an orphan and sheltered (you)?" 7. “And He found you wandering and guided (you).” 8. “And He found you in need and made you free of need.” 9. “Therefore treat not the orphans with harshness," 10. “And for the one who asks, repulse not," 11. “And as for the Bounties of your Lord, do proclaim (it).” I have read "you" refers to the holy Prophet and seems like he became a Prophet later on. Surah Sad - Verses 69-70 69. “I had no knowledge of the High Council when they disputed.” 70. “Naught is revealed to me save that I am a clear Warner.” I have read that this verse is talking about the creation of Adam a.s, but here the Prophet is telling them that he wasn't even there so how can he be created first when he wasn't even present at that time?
  12. Salaam my question is when did our last Prophet become a Prophet? Did he become a Prophet from birth or later on? If anyone can provide me with Shia hadiths that will be well appreciated.
  13. Salaam I have a questions on the four deputies of the 12th imam. What are the evidences that the imam appointed them as his deputies? Did the early shias differ on the deputies of the 12th imam or did they agree that these are the deputies of the 12th imam? Because I read somewhere in shiachat that the letters are fabricated.
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