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  1. Salam Alaikum. I've got a couple of questions regarding a topic if Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) truly have inifinite mercy. 1. Is there any Qur'an quotes or hadiths that tells Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) forgives no matter how big/small and how many sins a person has committed. I'm having a kind of hard time seeing Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) willing to forgive someone that kills,steals,drinks and so on. Even if this person has decided to stop and begin to repent. 2. Will doing Hajj in Mekkah really result in Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) cleansing you from all sins you've done no matter how many and how big they are? Please do enlighten me on this topic, I would appreciate that. Also posting source would also be appreciated WS.
  2. The Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu alaihi wassallam) said that the best generations are the first three from his time. Does that mean that we should shape our society the way they did (to some extent)? In what context do you think or know they were the best? Or (if you know of a different translation or another hadith regarding this, please feel free to post it)
  3. Salam alaykum brothers and sister, Everyday we as Shia pray according to a general method of salat that is agreed upon by the majority of scholars. Albeit very minor differences concerning the details, the method of prayer appears to be well defined in the publications of the maraja and follows a specific fixed structure. My questions is concerning the sources used to understand the exact form of prayer. What are the ahadith of the Masomeen (pbut) that tell us which surah to recite, when to bow down, what to say in prostration etc. I have come across one famous hadith from Imam Jafar Sadiq (عليه السلام) transmitted by Hammad ibn Isa. I would be glad if anyone could provide me with further textual sources regarding this matter. Wassalam
  4. I have always been confused about what is a hadith qudsi. It is a word spoken directly from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) to Prophet Muhammad (sawas) ? If so, what makes it different from Musa (عليه السلام) who was talken to directly, as per his title Kalimullah ? Why are they not counted as Quranic verses and what makes them different ?
  5. as salaam alakim!!!! I know that in Sunni hadiths it says if you break fast out of forgetfulness or accidently, you keep fasting and that doesn't count as a broken fast. What do Shia hadiths say? is it the same way?
  6. Does someone know about the grading/authenticity of these ahadith? امام جعفر صادق علیہ السلام کا پاک فرمان ہے ۔ " عشقِ حسیؑن میں ماتم کرنا افضل ترین عبادت ہے اور اس کا ثواب بے حساب ہے" بحوالہ کتاب کائنات کربلا طبع قم مقدس صفحہ نمبر 61 ایران گواہِ کربلا حضرت امام محمد باقر علیہ السلام کا فرمان ہے "میرے لیے یہ بات زیادہ باعث فخر نہیں ہے کہ میں الِ رسؐول ہوں یا میں امامِ وقت ہوں میرے لئے سب سے زیادہ باعث فخر بات یہ ہے کہ میں اپنے دادا حسیؑن کا پہلا عزادار ہوں میں حسیؑن کا پہلا نوحہ خواں ہوں میں مقتلِ حسیؑن کا پہلا راوی ہو" بحوالہ کتاب نورالعزا صفحہ نمبر 311 امام جعفرصادق علیہ السلام کا پاک فرمان ہے "ماتمِ حسیؑن ہمارے جد رسولِؐ خدا کی خوشنودی اور ہماری مادر گرامی بی بی فاطمہ سلام اللہ علیہا کے دل کی تسکین کا باعث ہے جو کوئی خلوصِ دل سے ماتم حسیؑن برپا کرتا ہے جنت میں اس کے گھر کی ذمہ داری ہم لیتے ہیں" بحوالہ کتاب مقتل ابوبصیر طبع نجف اشرف ایراق صفحہ نمبر 34 اور امام محمد باقر علیہ السلام فرماتے ہیں "جس کے پاس ہمارا ذکر کیا جائے اور اس کی آنکھوں سے آنسو نکل پڑیں اگرچہ مچھر کے پر کے برابر ہی کیوں نہ ہو اگر اس کے گناہ سمندر کی جھاگ کے برابر بھی ہو تو معاف کردیئے جائیں گے" بحوالہ کتاب کامل الزیارات صفحہ نمبر 243 حدیث نمبر 8
  7. This brother on Reddit needs help... Let's focus on the etiquette [adab] of Mutah as described by Rasulullah (S) and his Ahlul Bayt (A). Let's NOT focus on the rulings [ahkam] (we have thousands of threads on this already, we all know the rules by know, and it's not hard to figure out the rules anyway, all you have to do is check your Marja's risalah)
  8. (salam) (bismillah) A NICE HADITH: Intercession on Day of Judgment The Holy Prophet (pbuh) (said to Hazrat-e Fatemeh): On the Day of Judgment, you shall intercede for the ladies and I shall intercede for the men; every person who has wept over the tragedy of Husayn (as), we shall take him by the hand and lead him into Paradise. Bihar al‑Anwar vol. 94 pg. 192,
  9. Salam a new shia site opened this Thursday in Qum http://islamplus.net/
  10. What does Islam say about writing fiction stories such as novels or short stories? I am not talking about adult or horror stories, although i am fascinated by horror and I am currently writing a horror story but I might never share it with anyone if it crosses the line. I find the art of story writing to be an excellent accompaniment to my psychology studies. By exploring different characters and their states of mind it helps me to deal with issues in my own life too, especially childhood. I enjoy creating chemistry between different characters. Writing stories also helps me to relax and express myself which has been a major issue in my life. I also think it has the potential to promote positivity in society between people and address complicated issues. Is there anything that islam does not allow in writing or reading fiction stories?
  11. Salam Alayakom dear brothers and sisters! I just want to know why we can't ONLY follow the Quran? Why do we follow hadeeths aswell? And how can we be so so sure about the hadeeths when it's written by man? I am having a discussion with a sunni who says that he only follows the Quran.
  12. Salaam alaykom In sha Allah you are all well. Does anyone have fatwas in regards to not partaking in halloween...? Hadith too on not partaking in other religious or cultural activities such as this holiday would be great too. I have 1 fatwa but am hoping for others for my lecture in sha Allah. Shukran. Fee aman Allah Sr. Zaynab
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    Help (Searching for a Hadith)

    Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters, Can someone post a Hadith about dry impurity not making things impure unless it's wet ? Thank you so much.
  14. Salam, brothers and sisters! I had this question in my mind for a while and it would not let me sleep, so i decided to share it with you. Hopefully, someone can either answer it perfectly or at least point me in the right direction. I am aware of the methodology used to authenticate the hadeeths, i.e. through Ilm e rijal. My question is: What if the chain of narrators itself is forged? Meaning that is it possible that the chain of narrators are wrongfully put into a hadeeths isnad to make it seem valid for the people who will then study the chain and realize that the narrators are fine and the hadeeth is sahi, but they wont knoe that the chain itself is not right. Cannot seem to wrap my mind around it. Any Thoughts/Opinions/Facts Based Reasoning? Wassalam! May Allah bless you and the blessings of the Ahlulbayt(a.s) follow with it! Jazak Allah, khair!
  15. I apologize for my frantic tone, I am extremely stressed out by this. Hello, good members of Shiachat. I have a question for you regarding how to study Islam, I simply have no idea how to approach the matter. With languages, I'd get a beginners book, then intermediate, then advanced; but Islam is the most and complicated subject in the world, there's 80 different beginners, all completely different, and I have no idea what the first step is. I was recommended two great sources of information, https://www.al-islam.org and http://www.shiavault.com. But I am paralyzed with the lack of structure and direction. I have no issue with reading every book featured, but I need to know what order to read the books in, and in what order to tackle the broad subjects. I don't want to flounder in one subject because I didn't study its prerequisite. It would be like starting Calculus before Algebra. And I also would like to understand another matter. Whenever I come here I am absolutely stunned by the rainman-esque level of knowledge, specifically when it comes to citation. A question is posed and somebody would rattle off citation after citation like a wizard. "You're wrong because of Hadiths X:x,X;d, X;a, X;r, X;d, X;s, X:q, X:t, X:23, X:33, X:32, X:34, X:65,X:12". Then the other guy says, "Well, if you'd check Hadith X, specifically 3:55, 6:33, 5:12, 6:98, 9:09, 2:34, you'll see blah blah blah....". "Hmmmmm well, yes, but, I must say that Hadith 3:55, which you've mentioned, is tha3eef because the 15th chain down from the primary source was known to be a habitual liar, and his goldfish and cat were kaffirs. How on earth do you do this? Knowing all these Hadiths, the history behind them ( and anything they'd throw at you), and then somehow keeping it all in your brain. Again, I apologize for my anxiety, but my ignorance is killing me and I am desperate. I eagerly await your advice, and thank you in advance.
  16. Salam brothers and Sisters, I had a question. I have seen in a couple lectures by Sayed Ammar that Omar use to torture the early Muslims and he has said it's in the books of history. He's brought this up while talking about Ammar Ibn Yassir's parents. I don't doubt this about Omar, but can anyone show me proof? Shukran
  17. As salamu aleikoum, Although the Qur'an has absolutly no issue with a round earth rotating around the sun, I found several weird hadiths from Sunni sources (the narrator is Abu Dharr) which seem to claim that it is the sun which is rotating, rotating around a flat earth: It is also found in Sahîh Muslim (159,205). Its text, as related by Abû Dharr al-Ghifârî, is as follows: The hadîth is also found in Sahîh al-Bukhârî in a highly abridged form (4803, 7433). Its text reads: I checked the references and they are correct, although I did not find such an hadith in Sahih Muslim 205. According to some people, there is an hadith which says the earth is round: I did not find the reference though. Is this a fabricated hadith or does it really exist? You can find everywhere. But according to a website, it is fabricated (https://islamqa.info/en/145202). According to a shia hadith, the earth is round: There is no reference for the "logical East and West" hadith though. Does someone know the reference? Also, can someone check in Wasailush Shia, Vol.I to see if it's there (maybe here: https://books.rafed.net/view.php?type=c_fbook&b_id=280)? If possible, it would be better to find another book of hadith, since Wasailush Shia is a quite late compilation (17th century, after the heliocentrism theory was already famous I think)? What do you think about those hadiths? Are they authentic? If they are authentic, how should they be interpreted (I did not read the arabic)? Are they any other hadith talking about the shape of the earth and/or helio-/geocentrism? Jazak Allah khair.
  18. I remember reading a thread with all the conditions about when to accept a muwathaq hadith from a non-imami. Unfortunately i cannot find it anymore. Can someone please post the link if they find it or if you know the conditions, please post them.
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    Sermon of Pride by imam ali

    Hi fellow muslims i have a question about this sermon by imam ali. it is called the sermon of pride - الخطبة الافتخارية Is this a valid sermon by imam ali or something else. Anyone here that have knowledge about hadiths who can validate the sermon? Link - Sermon of pride
  20. Salam brothers. The hadith we bring up in sunni books- "ali, you are the wali of every believer after me" is a strong proof to use to show that 'wali' does not mean friend and it has to mean leader because of the usage if 'after me'. However, after looking at the debate on this hadith, i have found that there are 3 chains. 2 of them contain shiees so they reject them but one of them contains no shia, the narration of abu balji. Although, I have seen some try and weaken this hadith because they say abu balj made a mistake and instead of narrating to amr bin maymoon, he meant to say mayoom abu abdillah who is weak and would make the hadith weak. thoughts?
  21. As salamu aleikoum, As a law student, I would like to know if there is any hadith (shia if possible) about acquiring secular knowledge. I know there are a lot of hadiths about acquiring knowledge but I wonder if these hadiths only speak about religious knowledge. I recall a mollah talking about one of our Imams (as) giving a long chemistry lesson to someone though. Also, I heard that one is not considered a true shia if there is anyone better/more successful in their village. Again, I don't know what exactly this hadith means. The mollah stressed that as a muslim/shia you should be the best at everything you do, although he didn't mention any narration about that (starting from 7:30).
  22. salaam a new group has been created in telegram named "graphic-hadith" for creating graphics based on hadiths to promote Shiite hadith....we willing to see you in this group if you can help god... https://telegram.me/joinchat/DD4PNQbhXHT127JZY19t1g
  23. An on-going project is the translation into English of a comprehensive collection of reliable Shi’i Hadith (numbering 11523) based on the book titled Muʿjam al-Aḥadith al-Muʿtabara by Ayatullah Shaykh Muhammad Asif al-Muhsini. Progress can be checked at the following sites: https://sites.google.com/site/mujamalahadith/ AND http://corpus.purifiedhousehold.com/muʿjam-al-aḥadith-al-muʿtabara/ All 8 volumes of the book in question have recently become available in soft-copy scanned PDF format [ARABIC]. They can be downloaded at the following link: http://alfeker.net/library.php?id=4295
  24. A small collection of 82 reliable narrations concerning Intellect and Knowledge translated into English with annotated footnotes. Download PDF: https://www.scribd.com/document/361632457/Book-of-Intellect-and-Knowledge-Mu-jam-1-1 This is an UNSECURED version to aid copy and paste. Preamble The first book of the first volume is the book of Intellect and Knowledge. Some short words on the Islamic conception of both is in order. Aql is the vehicle through which the initial queries about the reality of life and nature of the world is made. It is also an essential component towards the Ma’rifa [recognition] of Allah. Thus it becomes the preliminary ‘inner prophet’ which can lead to ‘outward’ guidance and consequently obedience of Allah. It has been attributed to al-Sadiq that he said when asked to define Aql: ما عبد به الرحمن واكتسب به الجنان That by which the Rahman [Most Merciful] is worshipped and by which the Gardens are acquired[1] Aql is what will be held accountable. The more perfect the Aql of the one doing the deed the more complete it becomes and vice versa. The messenger of Allah is supposed to have said: إذا رأيتم الرجل كثير الصلاة كثير الصيام فلا تباهوا به حتى تنظروا كيف عقله؟ If you see a man who prays a lot and fasts a lot then do not be overly impressed with him until you observe how his Aql is[2] Knowledge and its pursuit has been given such importance in Islam that a Western Scholar like Rosenthal could speak of the ‘Empire of Reason’. Knowledge is of many types, but the one which has been obligated is acquiring the knowledge which will make one succeed in this world and hereafter i.e. knowledge of the creator and one’s obligations towards Him. It is not enough to gain knowledge in theoretical terms, in fact the very definition of knowledge is the one which is put into practise. This is best summed up in a narration attributed to the Commander of the Faithful: حسبك من العلم أن تخشى الله، وحسبك من الجهل أن تعجب بعلمك It is enough to be considered knowledge that you be in awe of Allah, and it is enough to be considered ignorance that you feel proud with that which you know[3] [1] al-Kafi: 1/11 [2] al-Kafi: 1/26 [3] Amali of al-Tusi: 1/62
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