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AlAbd AlThaleel

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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from baradar_jackson in Who Wants To Start A Hacking War?   
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    Here are a few verses from Dua Makarimul Akhlaq by Imam A-Sajjad (as):


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    AlAbd AlThaleel reacted to Basim Ali in Is This Morally Wrong?   
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    [...]but whoever is compelled by hunger, not inclining willfully to sin, then surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. (5:3)
    What Maitham referred to:
    In the time of the rule of Umar a woman came to him and confessed of adultery. She also said, “Please impose the penalty of fornication upon me.”
    When Umar heard this, he ordered that the penalty of fornication be executed upon this woman. ‘Ali (a.s.) happened to be there and was surprised at this. He said,“Umar, inquire from this woman the conditions when she had committed fornication.”
    The woman explained, “I was extremely thirsty in the desert. When I went far in search of water, I sighted a black tent which belonged to an Arab. I approached him and asked for water. But he refused to give me any water without my having adultery with him. I did not agree to his devilish desires and ran away into the desert. My eyes became sunken and I felt as if each of my bones were breaking. I returned to this man and in exchange of a drink of water I gave my body to him.”
    ‘Ali (a.s.) said,
    “It is this compulsion which is mentioned in the ayat,
    ...[he recited the above ayah]...
    This woman is not at all guilty of the crime.”
    Then Imam (a.s.) ordered for her release and she was released.
    wa (salam)
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    AlAbd AlThaleel reacted to imaan=faith in What Is The Diffrence Between Shia And Suuni   
    Shia means: Sunnah, Highly oppressed, Imamate, Ahlul Bayt (a.s)
    Sunni means: Standing in front of Ahlul Bayt, unruly, New form of Islam, No logic, Injustice
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    AlAbd AlThaleel reacted to Ya Baqiyatullah (aj) in Revolution And Shi'ah Islam   
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    As I said, all these hadiths are in accordance when the Shia were few in number. What these ahadith demonstrate is that if they did a revolt in their time, it would do more harm than it would do good, also, the revolution of the Imams (as) would not just be limited to Iran, if a revolution happened, it had to impact the entire Muslim ummah ie, sacrifice of Imam Husayn (as) .
    Note how he (as) says "“If you are living in a country governed by your enemies," ie if the majority is non Shia.
    The Iranian revolution wasn't a revolution for the entire of Islam, it was a revolution for a select number of people who were oppressed and had the power to overthrow the tyrant with more good than with harm. As for the case with a revolution in Islam, only Allah swt can choose who is capable of that and the Aimmah have said that it would be no other than Qaim (as). Qaim's revolution will impact the entire ummah not just one country, and in no means am I demeaning the Iranian Revolution, I am just trying to stress the difference between matters in between a country and matters of the entire ummah.
    If you really wanna go into it you can argue that the Iranian revolution was willed by Allah, as we see Ayatollah Khomeini being talked about in ahadith.
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from shiasoldier786 in Imam Khamenei:america, Biggest Terrorist Of World   
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    Mash'Allah beautiful post brother! Labayka ya Khamenei!
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from zeinab94 in Story I Had To Share   
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from ireallywannaknow in What Does "1 Rak'at Standing" Mean?   
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    Brother, from what I understood, right after the salaat, you stand up with the intention of praying one rik3a for the sake of ihtiyaat/shakk and then begin after Takbirat Al Ihraam. You read Surat Al Fatiha only, then go into ruku, rise, sujud, rise, sujud, rise, do tashahhud and taslim.
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Hameedeh in Worthy   
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    Brother, this is a question I find myself asking often. To be perfectly honest, I think I am nowhere near being worthy. Even if I had all the good deeds in the world, I would not find myself worthy of even calling myself a Shia! Who am I and who was Imam Ali (as)? If I can't even call myself a Shia, let alone a true Muslim, how can I think I'm worthy of being a soldier of the Imam (AJFS)?
    If this is the description of a Shia according to Imam Ali (as) that the faces of his Shia are "pale due to keeping awake at night, they have flat abdomen due to frequent fasting, their lips are parched from constant supplications and they have fear of
    Allah and piety.” Than who am I in comparison to the dirt under Imam Ali's (as) slipper? I am considered pious by those around me, but in all honesty, and not just to be humble, I am honestly nowhere near being worthy of being called a Shia, so how can I be worthy of being a servant of the Imam (AJFS)?
    I'll end this post with a quote from Imamina Al-Baqir (as):

    In his famous “Khutba Shi-at” as reported by Jabir al-Jufi, Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir (A.S.) said this about Shia:


    O’ Jabir, does he who claims to be a Shia consider it sufficient merely to acknowledge us as Ahl-al-Bayt? By Allah! He is not our


    friend and follower unless he fears Allah and obeys His commands. They (our true followers) can be recognized by these qualities: they are hospitable, kind-hearted and trustworthy. They remember and praise Allah often; they establish Salaat (prayers) and observe fasting in the month of Ramadan. They show kindness to their parents, help their neighbor, the needy, the traveler, the destitute, and the orphan. They are truthful, they recite the Qur’an regularly, they restrain their tongues from speaking about others except for what is good and the members of their communities regard them as honest and reliable.


    Jabir replied, “O son of the Prophet! At present I do not find anyone with all these Qualities.”


    The Imam then said, Muslims think it is sufficient to profess love and friendship of Imam ‘Ali (A.S.), without the need to adopt a


    righteous lifestyle. If a person professes love and affection for the Messenger of Allah, even though Allah has bestowed upon the Messenger (Peace be upon him and his progeny) a higher status than upon ‘Ali, but he does not emulate the lifestyle, the noble character and the Sunnah of the Prophet, then the mere claim of love of the Prophet will be of no benefit to him.


    The Imam then continued: Fear Allah and strive to earn the heavenly rewards promised by Him. There is no kinship between man and Allah. Allah befriends him who is foremost in piety and who excels in obedience to Him. O Jabir, by Allah! His nearness can be attained only by submitting to His will. We do not have the authority to save anyone from the fire of Hell, nor is it obligatory upon Allah to accept the pleas or the arguments of His subjects. He, who is obedient to Allah, is our friend, and he, who is disobedient, is our enemy. Our friendship cannot be gained unless one practices piety and virtue!


    Ref. Usul-al-Kafi, Chapter, “Ita’at wa taqwa”
    By Allamah Majlisi


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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from SD2 in Worthy   
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    Brother, this is a question I find myself asking often. To be perfectly honest, I think I am nowhere near being worthy. Even if I had all the good deeds in the world, I would not find myself worthy of even calling myself a Shia! Who am I and who was Imam Ali (as)? If I can't even call myself a Shia, let alone a true Muslim, how can I think I'm worthy of being a soldier of the Imam (AJFS)?
    If this is the description of a Shia according to Imam Ali (as) that the faces of his Shia are "pale due to keeping awake at night, they have flat abdomen due to frequent fasting, their lips are parched from constant supplications and they have fear of
    Allah and piety.” Than who am I in comparison to the dirt under Imam Ali's (as) slipper? I am considered pious by those around me, but in all honesty, and not just to be humble, I am honestly nowhere near being worthy of being called a Shia, so how can I be worthy of being a servant of the Imam (AJFS)?
    I'll end this post with a quote from Imamina Al-Baqir (as):

    In his famous “Khutba Shi-at” as reported by Jabir al-Jufi, Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir (A.S.) said this about Shia:


    O’ Jabir, does he who claims to be a Shia consider it sufficient merely to acknowledge us as Ahl-al-Bayt? By Allah! He is not our


    friend and follower unless he fears Allah and obeys His commands. They (our true followers) can be recognized by these qualities: they are hospitable, kind-hearted and trustworthy. They remember and praise Allah often; they establish Salaat (prayers) and observe fasting in the month of Ramadan. They show kindness to their parents, help their neighbor, the needy, the traveler, the destitute, and the orphan. They are truthful, they recite the Qur’an regularly, they restrain their tongues from speaking about others except for what is good and the members of their communities regard them as honest and reliable.


    Jabir replied, “O son of the Prophet! At present I do not find anyone with all these Qualities.”


    The Imam then said, Muslims think it is sufficient to profess love and friendship of Imam ‘Ali (A.S.), without the need to adopt a


    righteous lifestyle. If a person professes love and affection for the Messenger of Allah, even though Allah has bestowed upon the Messenger (Peace be upon him and his progeny) a higher status than upon ‘Ali, but he does not emulate the lifestyle, the noble character and the Sunnah of the Prophet, then the mere claim of love of the Prophet will be of no benefit to him.


    The Imam then continued: Fear Allah and strive to earn the heavenly rewards promised by Him. There is no kinship between man and Allah. Allah befriends him who is foremost in piety and who excels in obedience to Him. O Jabir, by Allah! His nearness can be attained only by submitting to His will. We do not have the authority to save anyone from the fire of Hell, nor is it obligatory upon Allah to accept the pleas or the arguments of His subjects. He, who is obedient to Allah, is our friend, and he, who is disobedient, is our enemy. Our friendship cannot be gained unless one practices piety and virtue!


    Ref. Usul-al-Kafi, Chapter, “Ita’at wa taqwa”
    By Allamah Majlisi


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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Kamranistan in Worthy   
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    Brother, this is a question I find myself asking often. To be perfectly honest, I think I am nowhere near being worthy. Even if I had all the good deeds in the world, I would not find myself worthy of even calling myself a Shia! Who am I and who was Imam Ali (as)? If I can't even call myself a Shia, let alone a true Muslim, how can I think I'm worthy of being a soldier of the Imam (AJFS)?
    If this is the description of a Shia according to Imam Ali (as) that the faces of his Shia are "pale due to keeping awake at night, they have flat abdomen due to frequent fasting, their lips are parched from constant supplications and they have fear of
    Allah and piety.” Than who am I in comparison to the dirt under Imam Ali's (as) slipper? I am considered pious by those around me, but in all honesty, and not just to be humble, I am honestly nowhere near being worthy of being called a Shia, so how can I be worthy of being a servant of the Imam (AJFS)?
    I'll end this post with a quote from Imamina Al-Baqir (as):

    In his famous “Khutba Shi-at” as reported by Jabir al-Jufi, Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir (A.S.) said this about Shia:


    O’ Jabir, does he who claims to be a Shia consider it sufficient merely to acknowledge us as Ahl-al-Bayt? By Allah! He is not our


    friend and follower unless he fears Allah and obeys His commands. They (our true followers) can be recognized by these qualities: they are hospitable, kind-hearted and trustworthy. They remember and praise Allah often; they establish Salaat (prayers) and observe fasting in the month of Ramadan. They show kindness to their parents, help their neighbor, the needy, the traveler, the destitute, and the orphan. They are truthful, they recite the Qur’an regularly, they restrain their tongues from speaking about others except for what is good and the members of their communities regard them as honest and reliable.


    Jabir replied, “O son of the Prophet! At present I do not find anyone with all these Qualities.”


    The Imam then said, Muslims think it is sufficient to profess love and friendship of Imam ‘Ali (A.S.), without the need to adopt a


    righteous lifestyle. If a person professes love and affection for the Messenger of Allah, even though Allah has bestowed upon the Messenger (Peace be upon him and his progeny) a higher status than upon ‘Ali, but he does not emulate the lifestyle, the noble character and the Sunnah of the Prophet, then the mere claim of love of the Prophet will be of no benefit to him.


    The Imam then continued: Fear Allah and strive to earn the heavenly rewards promised by Him. There is no kinship between man and Allah. Allah befriends him who is foremost in piety and who excels in obedience to Him. O Jabir, by Allah! His nearness can be attained only by submitting to His will. We do not have the authority to save anyone from the fire of Hell, nor is it obligatory upon Allah to accept the pleas or the arguments of His subjects. He, who is obedient to Allah, is our friend, and he, who is disobedient, is our enemy. Our friendship cannot be gained unless one practices piety and virtue!


    Ref. Usul-al-Kafi, Chapter, “Ita’at wa taqwa”
    By Allamah Majlisi


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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Abu Nur in Why Do The Innocent Suffer?   
    Al-Imam Al Hussein (as):
    "Verily, when Allah loves a person, He sends him an angel saying " Strike him with disease and intensify afflictions on him; and every time he is relieved of one trial, afflict him with another that is more severe, and be hard on him - until he starts remembering Me, for l long to hear his supplications and his voice calling out to Me' and when He despises a person, He appoints an angel and says ' Keep him healthy and provide for him that he may not remember Me, for I do not wish to hear his voice.'"
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Barabika in Marriage... Seems Strange   
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    Brother, try not to worry, as you are much better off not knowing (at least at the moment). I know quite a few Muslim brothers who are practically addicted to watching pornography and masturbating, and trust me, it is not a situation you want to be in. I think you are extremely lucky that Allah (SWT) has blessed you with the faith not to look at these types of images, and like mentioned above, if you get married to a virgin woman, you'll both be just as inexperienced :P. It may be just me, but I think this is a trap by Shaitan (LA) to try and get you worried you don't know, so you may begin to look and eventually get hooked. Also, surely Allah (SWT) would not let your efforts of looking away go to waste, and hopefully you will be rewarded with the knowledge when you truly need it,
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Replicant in Seeking Help From Imam Mahdi (ajfs)   
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    Brothers and sisters, whilst on YouTube I came across this beautiful dua, used to seek help from Saa7ib Al-asr. I hope you all get as much benefit out of it as possible :).




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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Rasul in The Correct Story Of The Prophet Jesus?   
    Here you go brother :).
    http://www.al-islam.org/jesus_shiite_narrations/
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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from -Enlightened in Seeking Help From Imam Mahdi (ajfs)   
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    Brothers and sisters, whilst on YouTube I came across this beautiful dua, used to seek help from Saa7ib Al-asr. I hope you all get as much benefit out of it as possible :).




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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Barabika in The Attack On The House Of Janabe Zahra (sa) Prt 2   
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    Brother Endless, I used to wonder about this too, and then a brother at the local mosque explained it to me. When the mal3ooneen came to Imam Ali (A.S)'s house demanding he pay bay3a' to Abu Bakr, the Imam had three options. Either A) Pay Bay3a' to a man lower than him and legitimize the manipulation of the Caliphate (which is haram), B ) Stay and inside and be killed, or C) Go outside and fight and kill the oppressors (or be killed), but defy the Prophet's (SAWS) orders to be patient and not to fight back after his death. Had the Imam fought and killed the oppressors, Islam would have collapsed. Think about it, to any non-Muslim, if after the Prophet (SAWS) passes, his companions fought and killed each other, does this seem like a religion you would want to follow? I think not. So this also was not an option. Both the Imam and Sayyeda Fatema (as) knew this, and so Sayyeda Fatema (as) was willing to sacrifice her life for her Imam, not just because he was her husband, but in order to saver the Imamate and Islam as a whole. I hope this clears things up, and if I have made any mistakes, I would hope any brothers or sisters would forgive me and correct me.

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    AlAbd AlThaleel got a reaction from Hameedeh in The Attack On The House Of Janabe Zahra (sa) Prt 2   
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    Brother Endless, I used to wonder about this too, and then a brother at the local mosque explained it to me. When the mal3ooneen came to Imam Ali (A.S)'s house demanding he pay bay3a' to Abu Bakr, the Imam had three options. Either A) Pay Bay3a' to a man lower than him and legitimize the manipulation of the Caliphate (which is haram), B ) Stay and inside and be killed, or C) Go outside and fight and kill the oppressors (or be killed), but defy the Prophet's (SAWS) orders to be patient and not to fight back after his death. Had the Imam fought and killed the oppressors, Islam would have collapsed. Think about it, to any non-Muslim, if after the Prophet (SAWS) passes, his companions fought and killed each other, does this seem like a religion you would want to follow? I think not. So this also was not an option. Both the Imam and Sayyeda Fatema (as) knew this, and so Sayyeda Fatema (as) was willing to sacrifice her life for her Imam, not just because he was her husband, but in order to saver the Imamate and Islam as a whole. I hope this clears things up, and if I have made any mistakes, I would hope any brothers or sisters would forgive me and correct me.

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