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    Shia... got a reaction from notme in can one who never prays go to jannnah??   
    We are human beings we are no one to be giving predictions on such divine judgement. Whether they are a tribesman living in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest, or a Shintoist in the heart of Japan we are nobody to judge. Everybody has their own unique circumstances and they will be judged accordingly.
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    Shia... got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in can one who never prays go to jannnah??   
    We are human beings we are no one to be giving predictions on such divine judgement. Whether they are a tribesman living in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest, or a Shintoist in the heart of Japan we are nobody to judge. Everybody has their own unique circumstances and they will be judged accordingly.
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    Shia... reacted to guest050817 in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    May Allah preserve him of all the false rumours. As for the things he has really said - has he actually called all shia's nasibi's? I only ask because you have previously spread absolutely false rumours and beliefs about shia scholars [which turned out to be false], and so i ask you for evidence?
    They are not 'bakri's', but sunni muslims. 
    And continue to use such akhlaq towards me. You voice-narrated the entire nahjul balagha in terms of its sermons, surely you ought to realise there are better and more eloquent ways of getting your point across than abusing someone?
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    Shia... reacted to guest050817 in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    I love Nahjul Balagha, and i was not raising a question on or of its general authenticity.  In islam , and in shia islam as well, we have a concept called ilm al rijal. For instance, if someone claims an Imam said or did something, then they need to prove that the Imam actually had done or said what they claim. This is how books of ahadith are compiled.
    In shia islam, our main four books of ahadith - our most reliable being Al Kafi, work like this: Thiqat al islam, shayk al kulayni, heard from someone, who heard from someone, who heard from someone, who heard from someone who heard from the Imam a.s. 
    We therefore have an unconnected chain of narrators from the compiler of the hadith book, to the Imam a.s. As we have this chain, we can use the sciences of hadith, i.e what is known about every single individual in the chain - debates on whether or not they were trustworthy, honest, had good memory, shia's or sunni's etc to judge whether a chain is reliable or not. Furthermore, we also look at the Matn -i.e actual text, because chain is not everything.
    What the sunni brother was stating is as follows: How do you even know any of what Nahjul Balagha is authentic, if no chains of narrators are given?
    In reply, i wanted the brother to understand firstly, the main four books of ahadiths for we, the shia, all contain isnads. Furthermore, although Nahjul Balagha does not contain the chains, if you perform research, you will be able to cite many of the primary sources the author used to compile nahjulbalagha. I.E a number of the sayings and narrations can be found with their chains in Al Kafi -which is our real, true and authoritative source of hadith. Furthermore, much of what nahjul balagha contains in terms of the matn is corroborated.  However, Nahjul Balagha is not 'saheeh'. Not everything in it can be attributed reliably to Imam Ali a.s, and it is likely some of the material in it may never have originated from Imam Ali a.s.  Similarly, even in Al Kafi, an actual compilation of hadith, it is not 'saheeh al kafi' as there are many reports in there we do not rely on either.
    As we are on the topic of Nahjul Balagha, i would like to share a sermon on the Tawheed of Allah azwj that is so profoundly beautiful:
     
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    Shia... reacted to guest050817 in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    Imam Hussain as died so that the true sunnah of his grandfather, Rasulullah s.a.w would be upheld and preserved. And it is in honour of that Sunnah that i will not return your bad manners with like.
    Peace be with you, i hold no grudge against you, and i have forgiven you.
     
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    Shia... reacted to ShiaMan14 in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    Right and this magical posion was administered at Khaybar in around 7AH. The Prophet (saw) died in 10AH.
    Slowest-acting poison ever!
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    Shia... reacted to Queen Yoda in Looks Matter, So Why Did God Make Ugly Peole?   
    Sometimes being an evil person can cause someone to have lanat on their face, they may have been normal looking as a youngster. Take this mufti as an example. Dont blame Allah (swt) for how people can look.

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    Shia... reacted to Reza in Should I Keep My Friends?   
    I'll be your friend. 
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    Shia... got a reaction from von Lohengramm in The filth of Imran ibn Mansur   
    This goat honestly thrives of attacking people, through his 'dawah'. From what I have seen he is now also in another situation and is preparing videos to attack DeenSquad who have been spreading positive messages. He is scared by the unity and peace they are spreading with Shias, something this Wahhabi puppet isn't happy with.
     
     
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    Shia... reacted to Rasul in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    Salam. 
    This is my fourth video in response to Sheikh Asrar's challenge to the Shia ulema to debate him in respect of this personalities that Umaries hold with deep respect. I've made it clear that I'm prepared for a series of debates on his conditions to address polemical issues in which we differ. It is indeed unfortunate that Rashid hasn't contacted me directly, and has in fact deviously sought to fix a different topic. What began as Sheikh Asrar's debate challenge to address the points raised by Ammar Nakshwani's lecture "Radical Islam" has changed to "Do the Shia represent true islam".
    This topic is like asking "how long is a piece of string?" - and Asrar has done this intentionally, as he wants to dictate the debate as he wants, discussing whatever pleases him, highlighting the topics of his choosing so the Shia Muslims are in effect walking into a dark room that has no light switch. This topic is so wide it needs advance notice of subject matters so i would know the topic and Bakri sources I will rely upon to defend ourselves.
    There is no way that this could be settled through one debate, which is why I proposed a series of debates with Rashid on those topics on which we differ. I would ask that the Sheikh stop playing this silly evasive game, behave fairly and engage properly with me so we can proceed to a fair debate. I've given you my contact details in this video and look forward to hearing from you in due course.
    Ahlbaittv@gmail.com
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    Shia... reacted to ServantOfTheOne in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    I strongly disagree. You cannot equate Syed Ammar's achievements to the average high school scientist. You have basically condensed all his knowledge, travel experience, charity work, public speeches, TV appearances and authorship into a high school syllabus, Not fair at all!
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    Shia... reacted to DigitalUmmah in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    Allah will never disgrace his shia in front of the likes of these. Just sayin.
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    Shia... reacted to Martyrdom in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    Make up your mind which one is it? Anyways give the guy a break he's helped thousands of people learn about Islam Muslims and Non-Muslims . How many people have you helped? You might not agree with everything he says but at least have respect for him.  
     
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    Shia... reacted to Praetorius in Challenge To Debate Sheikh Asrar Rashid Accepted.   
    Yes, may Allah guide us to blowing ourselves up because the other person disagrees with you over your Bakri demigods. We all should enlist with ISIS right?
    /s
    Seems you've forgotten how your demigod Umar ran from uhud, setting a new record for single track sprints. Modern day sprinters take him as an example.
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    Shia... reacted to Jaabir in Iranian Wants Deportation From Manchester   
    The British government is probably going to punish him by giving him full British citizenship.
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    Shia... reacted to .InshAllah. in Imagine Seeing The Planets Through A Telescope   
    Its very easy to see some details of Jupiter through even a basic telescope, or plain binoculars.  I can clearly make out the stripes of Jupiter with only 40 times magnification on a good night, and I can see the 4 moons with much less magnification despite living in a light polluted area.  I havent had a chance to view saturn yet though.  My telescope cost me £50 new so it was nothing special.
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    Shia... reacted to Ruq in Struggles Of A Muslim Man Living In The West   
    Salam,
     
    I didnt read the whole thread, but the gist i got was that youre desperate to marry but you have criteria (like virginity) that is preventing you finding a wife. So how much do you really want to get married really? if marriage is your priority, why are you letting something as insignificant as virginity put barriers in the way of you marrying? if you are serious about getting married, then examining your hang up's about virginity would do you a lot of favours. The only reasons i can think of for having issues with virginity are ego-based, insecurity being the most obvious. I dont know what yours are, but ask yourself why it matters and what ever the answer is ask yourself why that matters until you get to the root of your issue, then challange that underlying reason and again assess how much you really do want to get married.
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    Shia... reacted to Seth Adkison in New Shia Question   
    As salam alaykium.  I was wondering if there is a good books list as to reading for new Shia?
     
     
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    Shia... reacted to Thaqalyn in A Massive Challenge To Absolutely Every Sunni...   
    Unfortunately Sunni brothers, the truth about Ghadir Khum has been hidden from you, and the almost all of your ahadeeth and scholars say 'mawla' means first in authority, and more that 100,000 people were present (the lie is that it was a small dispute with a small group), and that there was no oath of allegiance: this is what they don't tell you on the pulpits. I strongly advise you to open your eyes.
    THE FOLLOWING HADEETHS ARE ONLY SAHEEH SUNNI HADEETHS
    Ghadir Khumm
    The Messenger of Allah declared: "It seems the time approached when I shall be called away (by Allah) and I shall answer that call. I am leaving for you two precious things and if you adhere both of them, you will never go astray after me. They are the Book of Allah and my progeny, that is my Ahlul-Bayt. The two shall never separate from each other until they come to me by the Pool (of Paradise)." Then the Messenger of Allah continued: "Do I not have more right over the believers than what they have over themselves?”People cried and answered: "Yes, O’ Messenger of God.”Then Prophet (S) held up the hand of ‘Ali and said: "Whoever I am his leader (Mawla), ‘Ali is his leader (Mawla). O’ God, love those who love him, and be hostile to those who are hostile to him." Some of the Sunni references (there are hundreds):
    (1) Sahih Tirmidhi, v2, p298, v5, p63
    (2) Sunan Ibn Maja, v1, pp 12,43
    (3) Khasa’is, by al-Nisa’i, pp 4,21
    (4) al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v2, p129, v3, pp 109-110,116,371
    (5) Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v1, pp 84,118,119,152,330, v4, pp 281,368,370, 372,378, v5, pp 35,347,358,361,366,419 (from 40 chains of narrators)
    (6) Fada’il al-Sahaba, by Ahmad Hanbal, v2, pp 563,572
    (7) Majma’ al-Zawa’id, by al-Haythami, v9, p103 (from several transmitters)
    (8) Tafsir al-Kabir, by Fakhr al-Razi, v12, pp 49-50
    (9) Tafsir al-Durr al-Manthur, by al-Hafiz Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, v3, p19
    (10) Tarikh al-Khulafa, by al-Suyuti, pp 169,173
    (11) al-Bidayah wal-Nihayah, by Ibn Kathir, v3, p213, v5, p208
    (12) Usdul Ghabah, by Ibn Athir, v4, p114
    (13) Mushkil al-Athar, by al-Tahawi, v2, pp 307-308
    (14) Habib al-Siyar, by Mir Khand, v1, part 3, p144
    (15) Sawaiq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, p26
    (16) al-Isabah, by Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, v2, p509; v1, part1, p319, v2, part1, p57, v3, part1, p29, v4, part 1, pp 14,16,143
    (17) Tabarani, who narrated from companions such as Ibn Umar, Malik Ibn al-Hawirath, Habashi Ibn Junadah, Jari, Sa’d Ibn Abi Waqqas, Anas Ibn Malik, Ibn Abbas, Amarah,Buraydah,...
    (18) Tarikh, by al-Khatib Baghdadi, v8, p290
    (19) Hilyatul Awliya’, by al-Hafiz Abu Nu’aym, v4, p23, v5, pp26-27
    (20) al-Istiab, by Ibn Abd al-Barr, Chapter of word "ayn”(‘Ali), v2, p462
    (21) Kanzul Ummal, by al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, v6, pp 154,397
    (22) al-Mirqat, v5, p568
    (23) al-Riyad al-Nadirah, by al-Muhib al-Tabari, v2, p172
    (24) Dhaka’ir al-Uqba, by al-Muhib al-Tabari, p68
    (25) Faydh al-Qadir, by al-Manawi, v6, p217
    (26) Yanabi’ al-Mawaddah, by al-Qudoozi al-Hanafi, p297 ... and hundreds more
    LIE NO.1: 'Hadith is not Mutawatir': The Tradition of Ghadir is narrated in parallel (mutawatir) and is proven by the Sunnis to be from numerous chain of transmitters:
    1. Ahmad Ibn Hanbal narrated it from 40 chains;
    2. Ibn Jarir al-Tabari in more than 70 chains;
    3. Abu Sa’id al-Sijistani from 120 chains;
    4. Abu Bakir al-Jaabi from 125 chains;
    5. al-Amir Muhammad al-Yamani (2nd century) had 150 chains;
    6. al-Dhahabi has written a complete book on its chains and passed a verdict that it is Mutawatir; why do you accept the lies of your sheikhs when one of your best hadith scholars of all time wrote a whole book on it saying it is mutawatir?
    7. Abul Abbas Ibn `Uqdah has narrated it through 150 chains.
    LIE NO.2: Mawla means friend: Countless scholars of Qur’an, Arabic grammar, and literature have said the word mawla is, in this context, 'awla' which means "having most authority."
    The following Sunni specialists all confirmed the above meaning: 
    1. al-Wahidi (d. 468), in "al-Wasit"
    2. al-Akhfash Nahwi (d. 215), in "Nihayat al-Uqul"
    3. al-Tha’labi (d. 427), in "al-Kashf wal Bayan"
    4. Ibn Qutaybah (d. 276), in "al-Qurtayan", v2, p164
    5. al-Kalbi (d. 146, quoted in "Tafsir al-Kabir", by al-Razi, v29, p227)
    6. al-Farra’ (as quoted in "Ruhul Ma’ani", by al-Alusi, v27, p178)
    7. al-Nasafi (d. 701), in his "Tafsir", v4, p229
    8. al-Tabari (d. 310), in "Tafsir al-Tabari", v9, p117
    9. al-Bukhari (d. 215), in "Sahih al-Bukhari", v7, p271
    10. al-Zamakhshari (d. 538), in "Tafsir al-Kashshaf", v2, p435
    11. Qazi Nasiruddin al-Baydawi (d. 692), in "tafsir al-Baydawi", v2, p497
    12. al-Khazin al-Baghdadi (d. 741), in his "Tafsir", v4, p229
    13. Muhib al-Din al-Afandi, in "Tanzil al-Ayat"
    14. Mu’ammar Ibn Muthanna al-Basri (as quoted in "Sharh al-Mawaqif", by al-Sharif al-Jurjani, v3, p271)
    15. Abul Abbas Tha’lab (as quoted in "Sharh al-Sab’ah al-Mu’allaqah", by al-Zuzani)
    16. Ibn Abbas, in his "Tafsir”written on the margin of Durr al-Manthur, v5, p355
    17. Abu al-Saud al-Hanafi (d. 972), in his "Tafsir"
    18. and many more such as Yahya Ibn Zaid Kufi (d. 207), Abu Ubaida Basri (d. 210), Abu Zaid Ibn Aus Basri (d. 125), Abu Bakr Anbari (d. 328), Abul Hasan Rummani (d. 384), Sa’d al-Din Taftazani (d. 791), Shaba Uddin Khafaji (d. 1069), Hamzawi Maliki (d. 1303), Husayn Ibn Mas’d (d. 510), Abu Baqa Ukbari (d. 616), Ibn Hajar al-Haythmai (d. 974), Sharif Jurjani (d. 618), Abdul Abbas Mubarrad (d. 285), Abu Nasr Farabi (d. 393) and, Abu Zakariya Khateeb Tarizi (d. 502),...
    Only a couple try and cover it up and say it means friend, and you accept their lies. 
    LIE NO. 3: Not many people were present so it can't have been that important Narrated by Zaid Ibn Arqam: Abu al-Tufail said: "I heard it from the Messenger of Allah, and there was no one there (out of the 120,000 people on the pilgrimage) unless he saw him with his eyes and heard him with his ears."
    Sunni reference:
    (1) al-Khasa’is, by al-Nisa’i, p21;
    (2) al-Dhahabi said it is sahih (authentic), as said in:
    (3) History of Ibn Kathir (sahih) , v5, p208
    "The Messenger of Allah called at the height of his voice."
    Sunni reference: Manaqib al-Khawarizmi, by al-Khawarizmi, p94
    "There were with the Messenger (S) from the companions, Arabs, residents around Mecca and Medina one hundred and twenty thousand and they are those who were present in the Farewell Pilgrimage and heard this speech."
    Sunni reference: Manaqib, by Ibn al-Jawzi.
    LIE NO. 4: 'there was no oath of allegiance' After his speech, the Messenger of Allah asked every body to give the oath of allegiance to ‘Ali  (as) and congratulate him. Among those who gave him the oath were Umar, Abu Bakr, and Uthman.It is narrated that Umar and Abu Bakr said:"Well done Ali Ibn Abi Talib! Today you became the leader of all believing men and women."
    Sunni references:
    (1) Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v4, p281
    (2) Tafsir al-Kabir, by Fakhr al-Razi, v12, pp 49-50
    (3) Mishkat al-Masabih, by al-Khatib al-Tabrizi, p557
    (4) Habib al-Siyar, by Mir Khand, v1, part3, p144
    (5) Kitabul Wilayah, by Ibn Jarir al-Tabari
    (6) al-Musannaf, by Ibn Abi Shaybah
    (7) al-Musnad, by Abu Ya’ala
    (8) Hadith al-Wilayah, by Ahmad Ibn `Uqdah
    (9) Tarikh, by Khatib al-Baghdadi, v8, pp 290,596 from Abu Hurayra ... and more.
     
    Brothers from Ahlul Sunnah, the conclusion for absolutely everyone is clear, the hadith is mutawatir, the Prophet  (pbuh) appointed Ali  (as) first in authority, there were at least 100,000 people gathered to listen to the announcement, and many of the companions pledged an oath of allegiance. 
     I strongly advise you to open your eyes, and I challenge any Sunni to refute what has been written.
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    Shia... reacted to Ethics in Wahhabism: The School Of Ibn Taymiyyah Documentary   
    A look at the root and ideology of Wahhabism. Founded by Mohammed Ibn Abdul Wahab who was influenced by the writings of Ibn Taymiyyah. This documentary studies their teachings and why so much hatred is seen towards other religions and sects because of their teachings.
     

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    Shia... reacted to Ethics in Le Moulinet Shia Muslim Converts In France - Promo   
    The amazing, first-time visual documentation of a handful of French families living in seclusion in secular France, after having converted to Shi'a Islam.
    SATURDAY 4TH JULY on Ahlulbayt TV http://ahlulbayt.tv/live/ 

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    Shia... got a reaction from Al-Hussayni in 2010-difficult Year For Shias   
    To be honest i personally believe 2012 may be the beginning of the 'real deal', which means no more messing around and time to get ready for what is to come.
    I reckon that most of the deaths in the west will be due to natural causes while in the east most of them will be due to man.
    Just imagining how big the ocean is for example is something that seriously freaks you out when you think of disasters.
    I seriously hope that the reign of the tyrant as sufyani finishes as quickly as possible and that the imam(as) reappears more quickly. We don't know it but we as indivuals are changing the world, we should definitely make an attempt to make our presence extremely positive during the dark times, in order to enlighten all the other 'dead souls', that shall be around us.
    Honestly I've seen and experienced it myself, if you are good however much power or strength any bad person has, you shall always defeat him with your patience and your wiseness.
    The more good you are the more people you attract like a magnet, the people go up to you in order for assistance or help or to judge their matters. They consider you to be so positive and even avoid to act bad in front of you. Just imagining how the presence or friendship with any of the prophets or imams would have been like, is absolutely amazing. They would have been like a sun radiating soooo much light and good in front of you. These are our true and real role models.
    If you are god fearing and of those who remember Allah(swt) and act and speak good you will automatically become a leader, watch it unfold right in front of you.
    Why don't we change the world in a positive way?
    May Allah(swt) bless and help those people who are so positive and bless all the momineen and mominaat.
    May Allah(swt) hasten the reappearance of our imam(as).
    W/S
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    Shia... got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in Are We Near?   
    I do truly believe that the reappearance of the imam(as) is upon us, and this age. There are so many signs which are being fulfilled, and you can see the beginning of the biggest world war the world is yet too see. The major signs are to happen in a relatively short period of time i believe, according to traditions. We should pray everyday for our imam(as), more than we do for ourselves and pray that we are able to live to see the imam's(as) face.
    Look around you, how corrupt is mankind? Honestly, do you know how much more spiritual the world WAS? Even within the west it was MUCH more spiritual than today, the world has never witnessed such a chaotic and satanic world as the one we are living in right now.
    We have an extremely difficult test, and it is through this test through which the true gold shall be filtered and separated from the false gold.
    May Allah keep all those momineen and mominaat, who pray and remember our imam(as) on the true path.]
    Al ajal, al ajal ya Imam e zamana!
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