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  1. 141 / 5 – قال أبو جعفر: وحدثنا أحمد بن منصور الرمادي قال: حدثنا شاذان بن عمر قال: حدثنا مرة بن قبيصة بن عبد الحميد قال: قال لي: جابر بن يزيد الجعفي: رأيت مولاي الباقر (ع) وقد صنع فيلا من طين فركبه وطار في الهواء حتى ذهب إلى مكة عليه ورجع فلم أصدق ذلك منه حتى رأيت الباقر (ع) فقلت له: أخبرني جابر عنك بكذا وكذا فصنع مثله وركب وحملني معه إلى مكة وردني Marat ibn Qubaisat ibn Abdulhamid said that: Jabir Bin Yazid Al-Jafee said to me: “I saw that my master Al-Baqir (alaihi salam) had made an elephant from clay, and he sat over it(rode it) and flew in the sky to Makkah and came back to me”. So I (Marat) didn’t testify this from him (Jabir) until I saw Al-Baqir (alaihi salam) and I said unto him: Jabir told me about you about such and such things. And he did similar (elephant) and sat on it and took me with him to Makkah and returned me. Here is the scanned page from the actual book: On a more meta-level, how can I know whether a hadith is true or not? Is it enough to just think about it rationally and dismiss it on the grounds that it is illogical?
  2. Salaam All. I recently read a narration online (seriously wish I had bookmarked it) regarding an incident regarding either Imam Zain-ul-Abideen's (عليه السلام) son or Imam Baqir's (عليه السلام) son where they had given money to a man to invest/do business but he had a slightly negative reputation. The man disappeared and the Imam's son was clinging to the cloak of the Kaabah imploring and pleading with Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for the safe return of the money. I'm totally paraphrasing here but the Imam said something to the effect of you cannot expect Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) to undo your own foolishness. If someone can point me to the source of this incident/narration I would be much obliged.
  3. I hope the person reading this is well, Insha'Allah. After getting into bad company and facing subsequent losses, I thought about one thing. Many people often quote the Hadith where the Mercy for All Worlds (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) says that Heaven is at the feet of mothers. Surely, this also means that if person A harms person B, such that person B's mother is hurt, even so far that person B's mother cries, especially if Person B is a victim of your Zulm, then despite Person A being good with their mother, Person A has done Zulm on Person B's mother. Due to obvious motherly love, Person B's mother will complain to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) about Person A's actions. As such, is it logical to think that Person A is set for an appropriate retribution through the 'Adalat of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)? The Hadith seems to imply that treatment to one's mother is a big determinant towards one's position in the Hereafter, and judging by thge wording, I find that it not only talks about one's own mother, but other mothers as well. Surely, Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) delivers 'Adl for the Mazloom, so with this logic, is it justified to think that Person A's Hereafter is not a Heavenly one? I found this to be an interesting topic, but since I am so unlearned, I thought I would ask the much more learned people at ShiaChat. JazakAllah
  4. There is this saying of one of the Infallibles (عليه السلام) that goes along the lines of A problem that makes you lose to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is a trial. A problem that pulls you away from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is a curse (Azaab). What is the exact saying? Any sources and exact attributions? I've been looking around for this and haven't been able to find much and would be very grateful for any help. JazakAllah
  5. Chapter 5 aya 6- The changing of `wipe' وَامْسَحُوا to 'wash' your feet and ankles: O believers! When you rise up for prayer, wash your faces and your hands up to the elbows, wipe your heads, and wash your feet to the ankles (5:6) https://quran.com/5/6 Chapter 4 aya 24 - The changing of 'muta' اسْتَمْتَعْتُم to 'consummated marriage' with their due dowries: Also ˹forbidden are˺ married women—except ˹female˺ captives in your possession.1 This is Allah’s commandment to you. Lawful to you are all beyond these—as long as you seek them with your wealth in a legal marriage, not in fornication. Give those you have consummated marriage with their due dowries (4:24) https://quran.com/4/24 This is misleading to non-Arabic speakers and converts. Quran.com is the most popular website to pop up on Google when searching for verses in the Quran, but as you can see they mistranslate to suite their agenda. When am debating with non-Shia's it becomes very difficult as I am forced to use Shia websites, which then they accuse me of being biased and deceiving for using something that is Shia. Debating becomes a very lengthy process because I first have to explain what the real translation is, which then they have to double check and do their own research on etc etc. understandably the opponent is very dubious. Also, these are obvious words. There is no way that wipe in Arabic should translate to wash in English. I understand that there are (Sunni) traditions that say for example that the Prophet (عليه السلام) washed his feet, but how can a tradition/hadith have more significance that the Holy Quran? These are clear orders and words, nothing ambiguous about them. So if a tradition contradicts the Quran then it should be thrown out. Or at least it should be taken with a grain of salt. We shouldn't resort to hadiths when we have the Quran - with clear verses. Can someone please explain, what are the reasons behind this, and what is their justifications?
  6. Salam un Aliekum, Recently, I was looking for the Shia Ahadiths books in pdf format but I couldn't find them. I would prefer URDU translation first. Can anyone help me out in getting the PDF links for downloading them? > Kitab al-Kafi by Muhammad ibn Ya'qub al-Kulayni > Man la yahduruhu al-Faqih by Muhammad ibn Babawayh > Tahdhib al-Ahkam by Shaykh Muhammad Tusi > Al-Istibsar by Shaykh Muhammad Tusi Peace upon you O reader. :) Wassalam.
  7. Does anyone have any English compilation of Hadith Qudsi? I’ve been searching and only managed to scour a few small ones.
  8. Salamunalaikum, I am a shia and some questions have struck me from sometime which are regarding matam or chest-beating in the month of muharram. What are the authentic accounts to support chest-beating from Qur'an and Hadith? Note: My question is not specific to shia or sunni books. I just need authentic hadith whether from shia accounts or sunni. I also don't need a logical answer so a hadith or quranic verse is needed which verifies the act of chest-beating. Also, If matam/chest-beating is allowed, then, to what extent? Is it allowed to mourn every person like we mourn Imam Husayn (عليه السلام)? For instance, if someone's family member dies and he is neither a martyr nor an oppressed but simply died due to sickness or normal reasons. Then, are we allowed to beat our chest and face and cry loudly while mourning him? I need a detailed answer for this. If the question is not clear then please let me know. Note: This question is not concerned with qama or zanjeer and forms of matam/chest beating in which blood is spilled. Wassalam
  9. Salaam everyone, The Thaqalayn Discord server and I have been working on a Hadith browsing site, which is ready here: http://thaqalayn.co/index.php/ahadith So far it's only Al Kafi, using the Hube Ali translation, but inshallah in the future we will be adding more books. Would be great if you guys could check it out. Thank you, 7ssein
  10. Salam alaykum all, To help the Shia community more readily access our own books' information, I made a website with the four major Shia Hadith books. The site allows you to browse, search and share Shia Hadith. Please check it out and let me know any feedback. http://www.fourshiabooks.com
  11. i heard of a hadtih in a book, which says that there will be 13 shia sects and only one goes to paradise, could some one privide detail?
  12. Selam love community, there is apparently a book which should have refuted the arguments of Muhammed Al Tijani. Has anyone ever read this book and can tell if these were really refutations or excuses? Wa sallam
  13. Salam un Alaykum, Often times we see traditions in books like Al Kafi, Tabari, Bihar Al Anwar, and Tafsirs such as Suyuti, Tabari, Qummi, etc.(You get the point) but point is sometimes these Hadiths turn out to be unauthentic, and the authors usually state at the start of their books, that they don't vouch for the authenticity of these traditions (Bukhari and Muslim are exceptions), so it leaves me to wonder why didn't the compilers just leave out those unauthentic traditions, because lay people like me don't really know Ilm Ul Rijal so it would hard for people like me to gain Authentic Ilm from those books, also these unauthentic traditions are a basis for propoganda against both sects for laymen people who don't really know much about Hadiths sciences at all, and can serve as the basis for hate, anyways enough of me I would like to and invite all brothers and sisters to bring forth your opinions and thoughts
  14. There are two recent thread on hadith of Ghadeer: The links are given below: A discussion has been conducted and some is in progress. But there are still points / view that need to be added / elaborated. I intend to add those points for analysis / verification. The is divided in to two sections: Section 1: Shia View Section 2: Sunni View
  15. Will prevail when Imam Mahdi ((عليه السلام)) and Prophet Jesus ((عليه السلام)) returns. For the most part, the Palestinians have been brain washed by the salafi’s to the extent that a large percentage of Isis fighters when they were caught were from Palestine and then Chechnya then Tunisia and then Saudi Arabia. I think you and the other guy that I’ve heard of are the only Palestinian Shia’s that exists. The rest are either “Sunni” or “Christian” in short yous are rare gem.
  16. As salamu alaykum I hope everyone is in the best of health Insha’Allah during these crazy times. I’m a 18 year old Palestinian and Egyptian born Muslim and a new “revert” from ahlul Sunnah to the Ahlul Bayt school of thought. I was wondering if anyone had any good book recommendations about Islamic history and good source books. Growing up Islamic history wasn’t emphasised so I’m kinda a newbie to in depth context and sources sourrounding the context of when surahs/ ayas were revealed, I.e Surah al Tawbah, or hadiths/ history surrounding the martyrdom of Hussain as. I don’t know if this is related but also if anyone has any recommendations for mosques in London and also mosques that possibly offer lessons that would be great too. Jazak’Allah everyone.
  17. Happy Eid everyone!!! I'm happy to announce on this joyous occasion that I've just launched a website that contains and displays the Hadith from the Ahlulbayt(عليه السلام). The link is: https://ahlulbayt-hadith.com/. Reason for making this website: So far I've been using https://www.al-islam.org/ and their website is great. However, it can be hard to only search for ahadith as there are many other content that gets parsed in their website. For this purpose, I thought that it might be useful to have a website dedicated solely to the hadith of the Ahlulbayth (عليه السلام). Additionally, the sunni hadith books have such websites so I thought that we should also make our hadith books available online. Current features: Over 3000 hadiths from Usul Al-Kafi with complete chains and references. The ability to search by keywords through the hadiths. Navigate from one hadith to the next. Features that I plan to add soon: Bihar Al-Anwar and other classic Shia hadith books Arabic ahadith Complete hadith book viewer in the browser Screenshot: Please check this website out and let me know if you have any suggestions for improvement or any comments!
  18. Salaam, I hope someone can assist me here who knows a bit about hadith and the book Kitab Sulaym ibn Qays. For a while I have been working on research which has identified him as a reliable Sunni narrator known as Qays ibn al Abbad/Ubad al Qaysi.. This is proven by showing his biography and narrations are highly similar if not almost the same as Sulaym's. For example both narrators mostly narrator from Imam 'Ali (عليه السلام), Ammar ibn Yasir talk (رضي الله عنه), both died around 80AH, described as devout worshippers "Abbad" and freely narrator about: The people of the Contract (ahl al-'Uqd) which are People of the document (ahl al-Sahifah) in Sulaym's book (read Hadith 20 or end of Hadith 4) [They are Abu Bakr, Umar, Abu Ubaydah and Salim] The 12 hypocrites. [1] [2] [3] [also read the end of Hadith 4 in Kitab Sulaym] Ali being the first truthful (Siddiq) and first to bear witness (Shahid). [1] [2] [3] {interestingly Abbad has been regarded as weak in the third narration probably because he is pro-Ali} Interestingly the reliable Shi'i narrator Sulayman al-Tarkhan/Taymi is in the chain of the first narration in Sunan al-Nasa'i where Ubayy ibn Ka'b (رضي الله عنه) says the People of the Contract/Agreeement (ahl al-Uqd) are "doomed". This same in his biography [37] is said to have been a student/client of "Qays". Sulayman al-Taymi is the same person who narrates the house burning incident in al-Baladhuri: Reported from Sulaiman al-Taymi, from Abdullah bin Awn “Abu Bakr asked Ali to support him, but Ali refused, then Umar went toward Ali's house with a burning torch. At the door he met Fatima who said to him: "Do you intend to burn the door of my house?" Umar said: "Yes”! (Ansab al-Ashraaf, by al-Baladhuri Ahmed bin Yahya bin Jaber al-Baghdadi, v1, p 586) Is it a coincidence that this man also narrates about the people of the contract (ahl al-'Uqd) which is ALSO in Sulaym's book? I have about 10-12 screenshots which I cannot upload due to file size restrictions, so could someone knowledgeable in this area please PM me their email so I could send you this research? Jazakallah
  19. As-Salamu-Alaykum. I recently watched a video where some of my Sunni brothers criticised the Shia hadith tradition, and so I've come on here to ask a few questions. I am very fascinated by the topic of hadith, and particularly the Shia tradition. As I understand it, you do not view your Kutab al-Arba'ah the same way we view our Kutub al-Sittah (or more specifically Bukhari/Muslim as the four Sunnans can have quite a few weak hadith). I understand you perhaps view Kitab al-Kafi similarly to how we view the Sunan al-Kubra of Imam an-Nasa'i Rahimullah (not his Sunan al-Saghir which is included in Kutub al-Sittah) i.e. it has many authentic reports but may have quite a few weak reports too (and both books are a similar size etc.) Perhaps an even better comparison is Sunan al-Kubra of Imam Bayhaqi Rahimullah - which is around the same time period. Anyway, my question relates to verification of hadith and the exact method. As I am an English speaker, who doesn't know much arabic, I can't really go and open up your books of Rijal/Biographies etc. So I want to ask on here instead. Could someone demonstrate to me how a Shia Muhadith would go about verifying a Hadith? As in can you bring a Hadith from Kitab al-Kafi (let's say the first one), and walk me through the methodology use with regards to authenticating the chain etc. Also could someone tell me if it is true that Shia give more weight to the Matn than the Isnad? Are Nawasib reported (as in the Khawarij) rejected or are they allowed to report? If a Hadith goes against your theology, would you be able to reject it based on just the content of the Matn? Also how do you evaluate reporters of hadith - what makes them thiqah? I think the more detail you go into the better it will be. Please do not link videos - unless the content in them in 100% Sunni-friendly (no Sahabah cursing etc.). Thanks in advance!
  20. I wanted to make the following my signature, until I realized it surpasses the maximum signature length, and the maximum of two website links in the signature. Please note that I only included links to navigable websites, not download pages, unless otherwise stated. If you know of any websites that are missing from my list, please comment them below. Please let me know if there are any mistakes or improvements to be made. Many Thanks. Note: because this post is so long, the font is small in some places to avoid taking up too much space (I'm not trying to spam the forum). <THE FOLLOWING IS WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN MY SIGNATURE> In my opinion, the best English Qur'an translations are: Ali Quli Qarai, Sheikh Muhammad Sarwar, Mir Ahmed Ali. Navigable Qur'an, Tafsir, and Hadith websites: Multilingual or English language Qur'an commonly frequented by Shias [In my opinion, these are also the 3 best Qur'an websites overall]: tanzil.net [Unique features, or best at: Searchability & Qur'an text (Qur'anic style) & Docs/Trans/Download in select formats & revelation order (list)] al-quran.info [Unique features, or best at: Chapter summary (at the start of each Surah) & sheer number of translations & review of translations] quran.al-islam.org [Unique features, or best at: Ability to have 3 translations & Arabic & Pooya/Ali Commentary on screen at the same time] [Note: Pooya/M.A. Ali English Commentary is perhaps sufficient for the general public, but it is not suitable for technical discussions] Farsi-Arabic side by side Qur'an translations commonly frequented by Shias: makarem.ir/quran [with Tafsir Namoona and search function] hawzah.net/per/q/qa/quran.htm [with search function] Arabic only commonly frequented by Shias: holyquran.net [AR, Tafsir (navigable), Qur'an Dictionary, Search Qur'an] Other Qur'an websites commonly frequented by Shias: medinaminds.com/quran [Multilingual] duas.mobi/quran [Multilingual, with Dua from Qur'an] parsquran.com/eng [EN, FA, Search Qur'an] Commonly frequented by both Shias and Sunnis: corpus.quran.com [ Word by Word Qur'an | Qur'an Dictionary | Qur'anic Grammar | Search Help ] Multilingual or English language Qur'an commonly frequented by Sunnis [In my opinion, altafsir & quranflash are the best, most plentiful, and most unique of this list]: altafsir.com [Translations, Qur'an text, Tafsir (navigable), Ask Mufti, Ask Mufassir, and more] app.quranflash.com [Qur'an text (books): Qira'at (Qari + Rawi), Urdu] alquran.cloud [Search, Open Source, API] searchtruth.com [Qur'an, Search in Qur'an, Tafsir, Hadith] read.quranexplorer.com [has a simple clean layout, Dua from Qur'an] quranwbw.com [Word by Word English Translation and Transliteration, Dua from Qur'an] quran.com [Most popular, Search, sunnah.com (Hadith)] quran.ksu.edu.sa [Multilingual, Qur'an text] Other Qur'an websites commonly frequented by Sunnis : quranonline.net quranwow.com [Multilingual] islamawakened.com [Multilingual] bait-ul-quran.org [UR] quran-for-all.com [Multilingual] transliteration.org/quran [Multilingual] mounthira.com/quran [has a simple clean layout] clearquran.com [has a simple clean layout] quranful.com [has a simple clean layout] quran411.com [English Transliteration] houseofquran.com [word by word reciter/teacher] hamariweb.com/islam/online-Quran [Arabic & Translation side by side] quranacademy.io/reader [aesthetically pleasing] islamicfinder.org/quran equran.me [AR] Shia Tafsir (in English unless otherwise stated by a language code in [brackets]): https://www.iqraonline.net/category/all-categories/tafsir-hadith/ [Contains a plethora of translated Tafsir, including many Tafsir originally given by Shaykh Haider Hobbollah] [AR] http://holyquran.net/tafseer/ [Includes 4 Tafsir: Taqreeb al-Quran, Noor al-Thaqalin, Al-Mizan, Majma' al-Bayan] Tafsir al-Mizan: https://almizan.org/ Tafsir Noor al-Thaqalayn: https://www.iqraonline.net/translations/tafsir-noor-thaqalayn/ An Enlightening Commentary Into the Light of the Holy Qur'an. Vol 1-20. [Link 1] [Link 2] The Prolegomena to the Qur'an: https://www.al-islam.org/al-bayan-fi-tafsir-al-quran-prolegomena-quran-sayyid-abu-al-qasim-al-khoei http://www.why-quran.org/, https://www.youtube.com/c/whyquran [Tafsir given by Sheikh Azhar Nasser, and playlists linking to Tafsir given by other speakers and institutes] http://www.islamichouseofwisdom.com/hadith [links to many Tafsir uploaded to al-islam.org] [UR] https://qurantafseerfarmanali.wordpress.com/, https://archive.org/details/QuranTafseerByHafizSayedFarmanAli/mode/2up [EN] Tafsir Namoona: https://makarem.ir/main.aspx?Reader=1&lid=1&pid=61928&catid=6521 [DE] Tafsir Namoona: http://www.al-quran.de/ [FA] Tafsir Namoona: https://makarem.ir/quran [UR] Tafsir Namoona: http://tafseerenamoona.net/, http://www.momin.com/urdu/Books/Tafseer-e-Namoona-89.html Shia Hadith (please message me with more languages to add). Only navigable websites are listed unless there are only pdfs available for that language: https://shiiticstudies.com/category/hadith/ https://www.iqraonline.net/category/all-categories/tafsir-hadith/ [EN] ShiaChat: Comprehensive Compilation of Reliable Narrations http://www.iqraonline.net/translations/marifat-al-hadith-muhammad-baqir-behbudi/ http://www.imamiyya.com/hadith https://thaqalayn.net/ http://thaqalayn.co/index.php/ahadith http://hadith.net/en/ [RU] https://al-kafi.ru/ [with search function] [AR] http://ar.lib.eshia.ir/ http://shiaonlinelibrary.com/ https://alfeker.net/ [Downloads only, but widely used and very useful, so it should be included in this list] https://hadith.inoor.ir/ar/home http://hadith.net/ar/ [FA] http://lib.eshia.ir/ http://mizan.hadith.net/ https://www.noorlib.ir/view/fa/default https://hadith.inoor.ir/fa/home http://hadith.net/ [UR] https://www.hubeali.com/online-books/online-urdu-books/ {Downloads} {Downloads} Al-kafi: http://www.momin.com/Books/Kitab++Usool+E+Kafi+-+Volume+I-64/Usool+E+Kafi+-+Volume+1-6749.html, https://www.hubeali.com/online-books/online-urdu-books/alkafi-urdu-vol6/, https://hubeali.com/books/Urdu-Books/AlKafi-Vol7-Arabic-Urdu.pdf [TK] {Navigable} Al-kafi: http://www.islamkutuphanesi.com/turkcekitap/t1/El-Kafi-1/index.htm, http://www.caferilik.com/kutuphane/book/usul-u-kâfi, http://alhassanain.org/turkish/?com=book&id=51 [FR] {Downloads} http://shiacity.fr/telecharger-des-livres-de-hadiths-chiites/ Other useful links for Shias: https://www.iqraonline.net/translations/ https://www.iqraonline.net/list-of-famous-quranic-tafaseer-exegeses-throughout-history/ https://www.iqraonline.net/approaching-the-quran/ https://www.al-islam.org/al-tawhid/vol1-n12-3/outlines-development-science-hadith-mustafa-awliyai https://www.al-islam.org/articles/al-hadith-analysis-and-overview-hashim https://www.al-islam.org/elementary-arabic-syntax-1-rashid-al-shartuni http://al-quran.info/pages/translation/ali_quli [Ali Quli Qarai: Translator's Preface] http://www.theislamicseminary.org/wp/pdf-edition-the-holy-quran/ [Muhammad Sarwar Qur'an Translation: pdf download]
  21. Salam I was wondering if we have any Mustakhraj Hadith books for our Hadith collections? I have recently learnt that the Sunnis have supplementary books that bypass Bukhari and Muslm in the chains of narration which subsequently strengthen their Hadith corpus, and the Sunni Hadith collections corroborate a lot in general so they are less susceptible to fabrication. Do we have the same kind of corroboration in our books, and are most Mutawatir Hadith only narrated within their respective books rather than say the same Hadith being in both Bihar Al Anwar and Al Kafi? This is starting to make me doubt our books are as reliable :/
  22. W/salaam So, Have any authentic hadith and reference from quran or hadith ( Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Al Kafi, Al Bihar, Al tirmidhi) As to why shaving beard is haram thank you and why it's haram to have it longer than a fist, aaannnd why ayatullahs can have it longer than a fist length (They are human after all u know) Ok thanks
  23. Salaam, Hope you all are safe and doing well. In many countries, there's a tradition of calling for prayers on Loudspeakers. Many have banned or limited the use of amplifying device. It is not a good feeling for those with babies, sick, elderly and especially non-muslims to wake up at 5am. Do we have any hadith/riwayayaat for saying Azaan in a Loud voice (on Loudspeakers in this age). I am asking from perspective of Hukukun Naas (Rights of the people).
  24. Most of the scholars like Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Sistani, Ayatollah al-Khoei and many other Sunni and Shia scholars believe and claim " Music " to be a strictly unlawful act in Islam. I want to know if there is any scholar or jurist who believes and claims "Music" to be lawful. Here, I meant by the word "scholar" is a " Twelver Marja' " or a " Sunni Grand Mufti ".
  25. Salam aleykum, I have heard from different hadiths that the earth/dust of Karbala cures every aliment except deadly ones and I do believe that every earth/place has its own energy which affects the people living there. Well, I had an idea in mind and I wanted to see if its advisable or something that should be refrained from. I think all of my turbahs are from Karbala soil and after I have used them for some time they get dirty, I usually take a knife and scrape off the dirty top layer of the turbah, the "dirty" layer is still mixed with large amounts of Karbala soil. So I was thinking: is it allowed to mix this earth with planting earth in a pot and then for example grow herbs or vegetables from that mixed earth? That way the fruit of such earth is grown on/from Karbala soil and should contain the blessings of it the way I see it. Is it okay to do this and has anyone done it before/know if the fruits has the benefits of the earth?
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