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    Wizdom got a reaction from Ali Abbas Rizvi in The Women Who Will Kill The Mahdi   
    (salam)
    Sheikh Bahjat usually denies these stories.
    However, it is certain that the Imam (ATF) will be martyred as there are narrations stating that every single member of Ahlul-Bayt (as) - as in the Prophet Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÂáå, Fatima (as), and the twelve Imams (as) are either killed due to poisoning or by the sword.
    With regards to the Utopian society, there will be twelve Khulafaa after the Imam (ATF). The world will progressively become more perfect during their reigns. The Day of Reckoning will occur after the time of these twelve ends.
    (wasalam)
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    Wizdom got a reaction from mn05 in Wilayat Al-Takwiniyyah   
    That is an incorrect definition of al-Wilayah al-Takweenyah. It's a rather deep concept, difficult to explain adequately in a comment. However, a very basic explanation is that it is the Wilayah, or guardianship, that Allah (SWT) has granted to the Ma'soomeen. They have control over the universe and its affairs. Of course, this is never outside the will of Allah (SWT) - and nor would any actions carried out by any of the Ma'soomeen fall outside of Allah's (SWT) will in the first place.
     
    Most Maraji' do indeed believe in it, however, not all do. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Imams (As) In Taqiyya ?   
    That's why we have scholars, and Ilm al-Rijjal. To decide which narrations are reliable, which aren't, which were said in Taqiyya, etc.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Ahlul Khibra And Shirazi   
    Ahlul Khibra are not an organisation that formally endorses a particular Marji'. It simply means 'people of knowledge'. Anyone who is fairly advanced in their Islamic education, and has studied under several Mujtahids can be considered Ahul Khibra. Generally, they are teachers in the Hawza, that have solid reputations.
     
    To answer your question, you will find different scholars who are all 'Ahlul Khibra' that endorse pretty much every Marji' you can think of. Seyyid Sadiq Al-Shirazi's students will insist that he is the most knowledgable, whilst Seyyid Ali Al-Sistani's will insist that their teacher is. Of course, it's debatable how much value certain scholar's opinions are.
     
    You should also bear in mind that the quantity and quality of endorsements that someone like Seyyid Al-Sistani or Seyyid Al-Khamenei receives from scholars cannot be compared to the endorsements that others receive. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Hameedeh in Allahyari Insults Ayatullah Shirazi   
    LOOOOOL. You have quite a collection there hameedeh!
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Al Hadi in Sayed Muhammed Sadiq Al-Sadr   
    The Shaheed pushes the Ba'thi Hamza al-Zobaidi.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from ZhugeLiang in Exposing Imam Shaikh Brother Mohammad Tawhidi   
    Even his Q&A demonstrates a very weak understanding of Islam.
    For those that didn't understand the Arabic; he was asked whether or not Abbas (as) is a Syed. His answer was that to be a Syed, your lineage has to go back to an Imam, and Abbas (as) is the son of Imam Ali (as). This is wrong; in order to be a Syed, your lineage must go back to Hashim, the grandfather of the Prophet (SAWA). By his definition, the Prophet (SAWA), Fatima (as), and Imam Ali (as) wouldn't be Syeds.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Al Hadi in Ahlul Khibra And Shirazi   
    Ahlul Khibra are not an organisation that formally endorses a particular Marji'. It simply means 'people of knowledge'. Anyone who is fairly advanced in their Islamic education, and has studied under several Mujtahids can be considered Ahul Khibra. Generally, they are teachers in the Hawza, that have solid reputations.
     
    To answer your question, you will find different scholars who are all 'Ahlul Khibra' that endorse pretty much every Marji' you can think of. Seyyid Sadiq Al-Shirazi's students will insist that he is the most knowledgable, whilst Seyyid Ali Al-Sistani's will insist that their teacher is. Of course, it's debatable how much value certain scholar's opinions are.
     
    You should also bear in mind that the quantity and quality of endorsements that someone like Seyyid Al-Sistani or Seyyid Al-Khamenei receives from scholars cannot be compared to the endorsements that others receive. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Ali_Hussain in Why Celebrate Eid E Zehra - 9Th Rabiul Avval   
    Why would we celebrate the death of an Imam? Do we celebrate the day the Prophet (SAWA) was killed, because it's the day Imam Ali (as) became the Wali?
    No brother, a Daleel is a proper narration. Sure, be happy if you want, nothing wrong with that - but to actually say it's an Eid, and celebrate it - is a Bid'a.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Caliguy in Ahlul Khibra And Shirazi   
    Ahlul Khibra are not an organisation that formally endorses a particular Marji'. It simply means 'people of knowledge'. Anyone who is fairly advanced in their Islamic education, and has studied under several Mujtahids can be considered Ahul Khibra. Generally, they are teachers in the Hawza, that have solid reputations.
     
    To answer your question, you will find different scholars who are all 'Ahlul Khibra' that endorse pretty much every Marji' you can think of. Seyyid Sadiq Al-Shirazi's students will insist that he is the most knowledgable, whilst Seyyid Ali Al-Sistani's will insist that their teacher is. Of course, it's debatable how much value certain scholar's opinions are.
     
    You should also bear in mind that the quantity and quality of endorsements that someone like Seyyid Al-Sistani or Seyyid Al-Khamenei receives from scholars cannot be compared to the endorsements that others receive. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Abraram in Disrespecting Sunni Sahaba   
    Alternatively, Sunnis could just stop killing everyone who disagrees with them. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from hasanhh in Will Imam Mahdi Kill Most Mullahs?   
    I find these narrations extremely hard to believe. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from zainabamy in The Fragrance Thread   
    (salam)
    Since I work in fragrance, I thought maybe i'd start a thread for all the brothers who want to discuss fragrances they like, and also brothers who maybe went help or advice choosing a fragrance. Sisters are also welcome to participate!
    I'll start us off by saying that my favourite at the moment is Jazz, by Yves Saint Laurent. It's an old fragrance, I think made in the late 1980s. In my experience, most of the old ones are far better than the new ones. A lot more thought used to be put into fragrances, and men used to be men.
    I like to vary my fragrances day to day, but I got Jazz a few days ago, and have been wearing it every day. I was using it for a few weeks beforehand, at work.
    Jazz is a very interesting fragrance. It's got more depth to it than most fragrances. It has citrus, spicy, and smokey notes.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from ShiaOfMahdi in Is It Haraam To Look At Female Game Characters   
    Samus Aran has the best Hijab in the world though.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Jaafar al-Shibli in Yaqoobi Fatwa - Woman Shouldn't Walk To Karbala   
    Sister, if actually look at the Fatwa, you will see that he's not disrespecting woman at all. Rather, it is out of his respect for woman and their Hijab that he released it.
    SubhanAllah, so your logic exceeds that of the Imams (as)? The Sheikh used narrations to help get his point across - I wonder if you can do the same?
    Besides, the Sheikh has specified that the ruling applies to those woman who are walking from distant towns, and walking for many days. The distance between the Safa and the Marwa does not require days of travel.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Hameedeh in Is This Stealing?   
    In this particular scenario, no. I've worked in retail - prices often come up cheaper/more expensive. Just a discrepancy between the price on the system and the price on display. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from mina in Paki Probs?   
    I don't know if Pakistanis do this, but Iraqis will say 'Ya Allah' to announce themselves if they know there are non-Mahram women around. The women then have a chance to cover themselves. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Hameedeh in Paki Probs?   
    I don't know if Pakistanis do this, but Iraqis will say 'Ya Allah' to announce themselves if they know there are non-Mahram women around. The women then have a chance to cover themselves. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from reisiger in Where Do You Wish You Were From?   
    Is that really a phobia? I'd say that's a pretty rational, normal fear. 
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    Wizdom got a reaction from The Green Knight in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    It's better.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from The Green Knight in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    This thread might as well be closed now, as I had the immense pleasure, on the 1st of January, to watch perhaps the greatest film that I have ever seen.
     

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    Wizdom got a reaction from Hameedeh in Can A Shia Go To A "sunni" Juma Salat?   
    (salam)
    In Ja'ffari jurisprudence, the Imam of the prayer must be 'Adil (Just). In our Madhhab, we do not believe that one can be 'Adil unless he believes in the Wilaya of Imam Ali (as).
    (wasalam)
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Hameedeh in Can A Shia Go To A "sunni" Juma Salat?   
    (salam)
    If you are asking whether your prayer will be accepted, then the answer is no. The Imam of Salah must always be Shia. However, you can join their prayer, but have a Niyya to pray Furada. Then you just pray yourself, but in rhythm with them.
    (wasalam)
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    Wizdom reacted to Jaabir in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    Amjad killing the soldier was in the trailer as well so...
     
    The movie overall was greatly detail-oriented. Even the Shaami Arabic dialect the Jewish guy had was spot on.
     
     
    Interstellar was awesome. I was definitely blown away by some scenes and felt stupid afterwards when I had to search up some things I didn't quite grasp on Sheikh Google. I saw the movie at the theaters and would hate it when they would whisper or talk so fast even the loud speakers couldn't relay. Good concept though, I never actually thought of what humans would do if ever put in such a situation.
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    Wizdom got a reaction from Al-Hassan in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    This thread might as well be closed now, as I had the immense pleasure, on the 1st of January, to watch perhaps the greatest film that I have ever seen.
     

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