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  1. Salamu Alaykum. Does anyone know if this Hadith is Authentic or weak? Our master Imam al-Askari (peace be upon him) has also been reported to have said to Abu Hashim al-Ja’fari: “O Abu Hashim! There will come a time where people’s faces are laughing and joyous [while] their hearts are dark and indeterminate. The Sunnah amongst them is innovation and the innovation is Sunnah. The believer amongst them is demeaned and the evil one venerated. Their rulers are oppressive and their scholars through the doors of darkness proceed.Their wealthy pillage the provision of their poor. Their young precede their old, and every ignorant to them is an authority, and every assignee to them is poor. They do not differentiate between the sincere and the doubtful, nor do they know the sheep from wolves. Their scholars are the most evil of God’s creation on the face of earth, because they incline towards Philosophy and Sufism. By Allah! They are of the enemies and people of distortion. They exaggerate in their love for our opponents and they misguide our Shi’a and Followers.” (Safinatul Bihar, By al-Muhadith al-Qummi, vol. 2, p. 58)
  2. Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters! I have made some research but couldn't be able to find any Shia Sahih narration on the moon split. I'm not looking for the Quran verses or scientific discoveries... For me it's ok as long as our prophet and imams claimed this. Only shias reply please!
  3. Assalamu Alaikum wa ramatullahi wa barakatahu Hi, new guest here. I have converted to al deen al haq (Shia Islam). What do our imams suggest us to grow our imaan. Ya Ali Madad Haqq
  4. Hello im debating with a sunni and he brought up this hadith: part 8 page 245 hadith #341 in al-Kafi which says all the sahaba apostated or something. It seems weak but can someone verify for me? tell me the english translation, the arabic, and the narrator and his trustworthiness. Jazakallah khair to any brother or sister who can help out.
  5. Prophet Mohammad (pbuhahf) predictions in Sahih Sunni hadiths in multimedia. http://www.khanwadeabutalib.com/public/ilm/article/777/58#.U-AdTONdVA0
  6. (salam) There is a question that is looming over my head for quite some time. :wacko: Now, with regards to verifying a hadith's authenticity, what is the process in which I, as a layman, can know the grading of the hadith (i.e. sahih, da'eef, etc.). Apart from consulting a scholar, is checking the reliability of transmitters and, perhaps, pondering on the "mitn" (content) of the hadith, the only way to verifying what a hadith's grading is? I suspect there is a book where hadith numbers from certain books are listed side by side with the grading of the respective hadith, although I could be in error. Could anyone pave the way for me. Thanks. (wasalam)
  7. I am proud to share the dowloadable PDF form of this great research. Read and spread. And don't forget brother Toyib in your duas. SOURCE 1, SOURCE 2 'Ali: The Best of the Sahabah Explicit Testimonies of Sahih Sunni Ahadith Authored by Toyib Olawuyi Edition: 1 This book is an in-depth academic critique, and a thoroughly investigative refutation, of Shaykh Ibn Taymiyyah's Minhaj al-Sunnah on the specific question of Abu Bakr's alleged superiority over Amir al-Muminin 'Ali b. Abi Talib. The shaykh has adopted a two-pronged approach in his Minhaj. He presents arguments and proofs to support Abu Bakr's superiority and discredits all arguments and proofs in favour of 'Ali's superiority. Toyib Olawuyi has however placed all the primary submissions, evidences and denials of Ibn Taymiyyah under the microscope and punctured every single one of them severely using the Book of Allah, the sahih ahadith of the Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jama'ah, and their strictest rijal verification methods. Full transparency, accuracy and accountability are strictly observed throughout our book, and we hope it will ease the way for every soul seeking to find out the real truth. BUY FROM AMAZON
  8. You allow your best hadith book to be the one that insults the Prophets (as) of God? You believe this to be sahih? Brothers from Ahlul Sunnah, just look at them. Prophet Solomon boasted that he would impregnate one hundred women in one night, but only one woman became pregnant and gave birth to a half-formed child (Bukhari, Book of Nikah 3:110). Seriously ? You believe that? The Holy Messenger used to have intercourse with all of his wives in one hour of the day and night and these wives were eleven. That is an insult to the best of Allah's creation The Holy Prophet asked, “Who will buy this slave from me?” Hazrat Naeem bought him for 800 Darham (Bukhari, Kitabul Ikrah p.669). Did the Holy Prophet sell slaves? The Prophet disapproved of his companion Jabir’s plan to marry a widow and asked, "Why did you not marry a virgin so that you played with her and she played with you?"That is an insult to the best of Allah's creation . The Messenger of Allah was known to be compassionate with widows but worse would the Prophet advise Jabir to marry a woman for sexual desires? Ali stated that he suffered from “jiryan” (drainage of prostate secretions) constantly (Bukhari, Kitabul Ilm p.150). That shows that this book is corrupted by Banu Umayyahs hate for Ahlul Bayt After the fall of Khyber, people described the beauty of Safia Bint Hui, the new bride of a slain enemy soldier. The Prophet chose her for himself. On the way to Madina he stopped and had intercourse with her. His companions did not know if she was a wife or a concubine. Later, a veil was drawn between her and the men-folk and they came to know that she was a wife. Seriously? The best of Allahs creation behaves like that? Aisha said to the Prophet, “Ah! My head is bursting.” He said, “I wish it did.” Aisha responded: “You want me to die so that you can spend the next night with another wife” (Bukhari, Book of Medicine, vol.3). That is either Aisha's rudeness or another fabrication. Open your eyes.
  9. In Saheeh Muslim, which you consider completely saheeh(perfect), Volume 1 page 340, Book of menstruation and chapter of Tayammum, Hadith number 367, the following is narrated, "A man came to Umar and said I am in a state of junub and I do not find water, and Umar replied Do not pray. Ammar ibn Yasser was in the majlis and said, Oh Umar do you not remember when you and I were on a military expedition and we had become in a state of junub and you oh Umar did not pray, but as for myself I rolled myself in the dust and prayed, and the messenger of Allah said to me It would have been enough for you to strike the ground with your and hands and then blow the dust and wipe your face and hands, and then Umar replied to Ammar, Fear Allah oh Ammar, so Ammar said if you want I will not tell anyone about this"- Hadith is graded as Saheeh(perfect) In Saheeh Sunan Al-Nasai, Volume 2, page 268. The hadeeth has also been graded as Sahih(perfect) by Alamah Al-Albani who is your greatest scholar in the grading of hadeeth. Ibn Abbas narrates, "I heard Umar say, By Allah! I forbid you from mut'ah, even though it is in the book of Allah, and the Messenger of Allah did it also". This is also narrated in Al Bidaya wa al Nihaya written by Ibn Katheer who also classified it as Saheeh(perfect). With all due respect, the first hadith is narrated in Saheeh Muslim so no one can contest the authenticity of it and it shows that the 2nd khalifah lacked basic the knowledge of tayammum. The second is particularly significant, because it is graded by Alamah al-Albani(your top scholar of hadeeth) and ibn Katheer as saheeh(perfect) and shows that Umar was willing to against the sunnah of our prophet(sawaa) due to his own beliefs. With all due respect, I believe this is classed as a bid'ah. So if you try and argue they are not saheeh you are incorrect because they are graded saheeh by your top scholars and if you try and say Umar was right you are going against the basic fundamentals of the religion. What say you?
  10. http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/en21928 We shall now study and verify the authenticity of the tradition which is about the apparent manners of offering prayers and which Sheikh Kulayni has reported in his Al-Kafi. The tradition reads:«عَلِیٌّ عَنْ أَبِیهِ عَنْ حَمَّادِ بْنِ عِیسَى وَ مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ إِسْمَاعِیلَ عَنِ الْفَضْلِ بْنِ شَاذَانَ عَنْ حَمَّادِ بْنِ عِیسَى وَ مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ یَحْیَى عَنْ أَحْمَدَ بْنِ مُحَمَّدٍ عَنْ حَمَّادِ بْنِ عِیسَى عَنْ حَرِیزٍ عَنْ زُرَارَةَ عَنْ أَبِی جَعْفَرٍ (ع) قَالَ: إِذَا قُمْتَ فِی الصَّلَاةِ فَلَا تُلْصِقْ قَدَمَکَ بِالْأُخْرَى‏ ...»[1]Translation of the hadith: Muhammad b. Ya`qub from `Ali b. Ibrahim from his father and from Muhammad b. Isma`il from al-Fadl b. Shadhan and from Muhammad b. Yahya from Ahmad b. Muhammad all of them from Hammad b. `Isa from Hariz from Zurarah from Abu Ja`far, peace be upon him: He said: When you stand for prayer, do not join your foot with the other; allow a distance of a finger between them – that is the minimum – to a hand-span – its maximum, and make your shoulders droop, and lower your hands and do not interlace your fingers and let them be on your thighs against your knees, and focus your line of sight at the place of your prostration. Then when you bow, align your feet in your ruku`, placing them such that there is the (distance of a) measure of a hand-span between them, and place your palms over your knees, and place your right hand over your right knee prior to the left and make your fingertips swallow the patella and space out your fingers when you place them over your knees. So when your fingertips have reached to your knees in your ruku`, that is sufficient for you. But I prefer that you place your palms over your knees so that your fingertips are placed on the patella and that you keep space between them. And you straighten your back and stretch your neck, and direct your sight between your two feet. And when you intend to prostrate, then raise your hands with the takbeer and fall down prostrate, and begin with your hands. So place them on the ground prior to your knees. Place them together and do not spread your arms like the lion (or, a predatory beast) (the author wrote: the lion, then he struck that out and wrote: the beast of prey, from al Tahdheeb, in the margin) spreads its arms, and do not place your arms on your knees or your thighs but incline your elbows. And do not make your palms stick to/contact your knees but deflect them from that a little, and spread them over the ground, spread out, and contract them towards yourself, a contraction. And if there is some cloth beneath them, it will do you no harm but if you reveal them (i.e., remove the cloth) to the ground (viz. place them directly on the ground with no barrier in between), then it is better. And do not keep space between your fingers in your sujud but join them all together. (Then) he said: And when you sit in your tashahhud, then you make your knees stick to the ground and keep some space between them, and let the outside of your left foot and your buttocks be on the ground. And the tips of your right big toe should be on the ground. And beware of sitting upon your two feet, for you will be wronged by that. And do not perform the sitting is not, in the margin of the manuscript) on the ground; it is only because some of you sit against others, that you lack patience for the tashahhud and the supplication. " And the Shaykh (al Tusi in al Tahdheeb) narrated it with his chains from Muhammad b. Ya`qub likewise. The chain of the transmission of this tradition is a bit complicated because there are three chains merged into one another which are written down separately as underA: First chain: Muhammad b. Ya'qbu from Ali b. Ibrahim from his father from Hammad b. Isa from Hariz from Zurarah from Imam Muhammad Baqir (A.S) … Second chain: Muhammad b. Ya'qub from Muhammad b. Isma`il from al-Fadl b. Shadhan from Hammad b. `Isa from Hariz from Zurarah from Abu Ja`far, peace be upon him … Third chain: From Muhammad b. Ya'qub from Muhammad b. Yahya from Ahmad b. Muhammad all of them from Hammad b. `Isa from Hariz from Zurarah from Abu Ja`far, peace be upon him… First of all, the narrators in the chains of transmission should be verified and then the final judgment will have to be made about each one of the chains of transmission: 1. Ali b. Ibrahim known as Hashim Qummi: Najashi considers him reliable and trustworthy in transmitting traditions. He has reported that Hashim Qummi authored some books also.[2] 2. Father of Ali b. Ibrahim i.e. Ibrahim b. Hashim: He is one of the great narrators who have narrated many traditions. He is in the chains of numerous traditions. Great scholars like Allamah Hilli[3] and Allamah Mohsen Ameen[4] have considered him among the reliable and trustworthy narrators. 3. Hammad b. Isa: Known as "Ghariq Juhfa", Hammad b. Isa is one of the companions of Imam Sadiq (A.S). He is trustworthy and reliable. He has also written a book in this regard.[5] 4. Muhammad b. Ismail Bunduqi Nishaburi: There is no comment about him. He has neither been praised nor disparaged. Only Shaykh Tusi has placed him among those narrators who have directly narrated from the Infallible Imams (A.S).[6] However, given the fact that Shaykh Kulayni has quoted him and the fact that there are about eight hundred and eight narrations reported from him, he is very much likely to be trustworthy. 5. Fadhl b. Shadhan: He is one of the great companions, greater than he can be described. Najashi says concerning him: "His father was amongst the companions of Yunus. He has narrated from Imam Jawad and it is said that he has also narrated from Imam Redha (A.S). He is one of the trustworthy jurisprudents and theologians with a high position among them. He is more famous than he can be described."[7] 6. Muhammad b. Yahya al-Attar: Najashi calls him the "rein" and chief of the companions of Imamiyah in his time. He is trustworthy and reliable.[8] 7. Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Isa: He is one of those narrators who have met Imam Redha (A.S). He has also narrated from Imam Jawad and Imam Hadi, peace be upon them. He has taken narrations from many a number of the students of the school of Ahlul-Bayt (A.S) and many others have taken hadith from him. The number of narrations passed on by him reaches about 2300.[9] He is, therefore, one of the prominent narrators. 8. Hariz b. Abdullah Sajistani: He is originally from Kufa but he settled in the present day Sistan. He has reported a lot of narrations and he is reliable.[10] 9. Zurarah: He is one of the great companions of the Infallible Imams (A.S) with a high place amongst narrators and traditionists.[11] Keeping in view the narrators in the chain of transmission and the information we provided about each one of them, now we have to study each chain of transmission independently of other chains. First chain: The chain is reliable, even though Allamah Hilli's opinion about the reliability of Ibrahim b. Hashim is based on his own deduction (ijtihad). Second chain: It is reliable, although there is not any special report about Muhammad b. Ismail to consider him trustworthy and reliable. Third chain: This is the most reliable chain since all the narrators in the chain are some of the most reliable and greatest narrators. Hence, the narration in question is authentic and reliable in terms of the chain transmission of the narration and its text. [1] Kulayni, Muhammad b. Ya'qub, Al-Kaif, vol.3, p. 334, Dar al-Kotob al-Islamiyah, Tehran, 1407 A.H.[2] Najashi, Ahmad b. Ali, Fehris Asmaa Musannefi al-Shi'ah (Rijal Najashi), p. 260, Islamic Publications Office, Qom, sixth edition, 1365 of the Islamic solar calendar.[3] Allamah HIlli, Hasan b. Yusuf, Khulasat al-Aqwal, p. 4, Dar al-Zakhair, Qom, 1411 A.H.[4] Ameen Amili, Sayed Mohsen, A'yaan al-Shi'ah, vol.2, p. 234, Dar al-Ta'aruf for Publication, Beirut, 1406 A.H.[5] Shaykh Tusi, Muhammad b. Hasan, Al-Abwab (Rijal al-Tusi), researched and edited by Qayyumi Isfahani, Jawad, p. 334, Islamic Publications Office, Qom, third edition, 1427 A.H.[6] Ibid, p. 440.[7] Fehris Asmaa Musannefi al-Shi'ah (Rijal Najashi), p. 360.[8] Ibid, p. 353.[9] Subhani, Ja'far, Mawsu'at Tabaqat al-Fuqaha, vol. 3, p. 100, Imam Sadiq (A.S) Institute, Qom, 1418 A.H.[10] Shaykh Tusi, Al-Fehris, researched and edited, Aal Bahrul Ulum, Sayyed Muhammad Sadiq, p. 162, Al-Maktabah al-Razawiyah, Najaf, first edition, (date not known).[11] Vide: Zurarah and Imams, question 19464
  11. Salamun Alaikum I found a really interesting blog on the internet about ahadith from the sahih bukhari. http://bestofbukhari.wordpress.com lets just say that this guy is indulging in some friendly fire ;) But he has raised some very valid points though. Definately worth giving a visit
  12. We should listen if they decide to speak... (Video)
  13. "The affairs of the people will continue to be conducted (well) as long as they are governed by twelve men." -Sahih Muslim- For Raafidhah, that authentic version of Hadith is not predicting any succession of 12 governors knowing that people affairs had been severely affected by fitan & civil wars (Ridda wars, anti-Uthman revolt, Jamal war, Siffin war, etc.) which have set up the ground for perverted kings to rule over the Ummah only 30 years after the perfection of Islam. For Raafidhah, the Prophet was only recommending 12 rightly guided successors to his Ummah who is free afterwards to face the consequences of immature choices until the 12th man rises to restore order and justice, ending by Allah's will all the afflictions caused by the Ummah: “If there remained but a single day until the end of time, Allah will prolong that day until He sends a man from my progeny…” -Sunan AbuDawud- For Raadidhah, that explains further why the holy Prophet had always reminded of 'Ahlulbayt' or 'Sunnah' being the only weighty trust 2nd to Quran; just like older nations, the Ummah has 'neglected' or 'corrupted' that precious heritage and gone astray due to ambitions of power & wealth: "You will follow the ways of those nations who were before you, span by span and cubit by cubit so much so that even if they entered a hole of a mastigure, you would follow them." -Sahih alBukhari- Therefore, we do not call them Raafidhah because they have an alternative source of the prophet's Sunnah, or more Hadith reported by Ali than by AbuHuraira, or less people considered as true Sahaba: "Some of you will be brought in front of me (on Doomsday) till I will see them and then they will be taken away from me and I will say, 'O Lord, my companions!' It will be said, 'You do not know what they did after you had left.'" - Sahih al-Bukhari - Furthermore, we do not call them Raafidhah because they reject a 4-guided Khilafah whereas now they cannot pledge allegiance to the dead and cannot be blamed for historical rejections (AbuBakr was rejected for 6 months, Umar was avoided, Uthman was rejected in the 2nd half, Ali was even fought.) Nevertheless, we call them Raafidhah because they accept a 12-guided Khilafah whereas now they pledge allegiance to the life-prolonged 12th man and support his underground movement: "One who dies without knowing the Imam of his time, dies the death of Jahiliyya" -Famous Hadith- Finally, we have to understand that Raafidhah are a brilliant minority because they use both their strong logic and mystic ability so as to get attention to their true belief & distinct way of life as a community or nation (Hezballa/Iran vs. the World)
  14. (bismillah) (salam) I am looking for shia hadith collections, According to wikipedia, the major shia hadith collections are the "Al-Kutub Al-Arbʿah" or the 4 Books -Kitab al-Kafi -Man la yahduruhu al-Faqih -Tahdhib al-Ahkam -Al-Istibsar Does anyone know where i can get these in english? Much help appreciated. (salam)
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