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Putting aside the matter of music, because that is another topic altogether. What are your thoughts on people who aren't following the school of the Ahlul Bayt but wear a zulfiqar, like Jae Deen (of Deen Squad) who says in a song 'No I'm not a Shi'a but a Sunni, brother still rock a Zulfiqar, I'm still about the unity, if you don't like it I don't really care at all'? My other question is should such gestures of unity be encouraged or should the intentions be kept to oneself? Do zulfiqars and other objects become tools to show off if displayed or would you welcome such a gesture? A
Assalaamu `alaykum, all. Having a great love for Mawla `Ali (karramAllahu wajhahu) and swords in general, I thought I'd do some research into the famed Dhu-l Faqar; perhaps one day I might order a reproduction made to the specifications outlined below:1. Arab swords of the early Islamic era were similar in almost every way to either the Roman spatha or the Sassanid longsword, i.e. they were straight and double-edged (the saber was an innovation originating in Central Asia, not finding its way to the Persians or Arabs until much later). The highest quality were made in Yemen from imported wootz
I was listening to a lecture today and i heard something that i thought was very fishy, so to speak. Anyways it goes something like this. During the battle of Uhud when Imam ali was fighting against the non-believers, Prophet Mohammed said "Imam ali did a strike that was worth the worship of ALL of the humans and all of the jinns" During this battle is when Allah (swt) sent down his sword Zulfiqar through the angel gabriel. This is what the speaker said. Now i wondering if one strike by Imam Ali could be worth the worship of all the humans and all of the jinns. So does that mean, that strike w
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