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There was a post that caught my eye, and as I went on to read posts, another one talked continuously about how horrendously the Qur'an wants Muslims to treat non Muslims, especially Hindus (polythiests) so I replied with the same chapter of the Qur'an to clear any misconceptions for others reading. Then the Hindu (priest from the information) went on to ask about further detail about the attrocities of Islam on its followers (since I also expanded my answer to showing how merciful Allah is) https://www.quora.com/Can-I-read-the-Holy-Qur'an-as-a-Hindu-without-any-intentions-of-converting/answer/Rami-Sivan?ch=10&share=d8fd28af&srid=j4EH0j4EH0 Well, he's not exactly a friend, but imagine he is. He's been answering very calmly and friendly, and I would like to answer the same way, so please don't show any hostility in the replies below. The only reply below this post is of mine, so the one he has replied to in return is me as well. I haven't yet revealed to him that I am a Shia, and so triple talaq is out of the question, however for the rest I don't feel that as a teenager I am well reversed enough to reply. Can someone please educate me more, with references to The Qur'an and Sunnah (maybe Nahjul Balagha as well) so that I can answer these questions truthfully and clear the misconceptions. Thank you!
Assalamu Alaykum, This is my first post, I have attempted to place this in the correct forum/sub-forum. Please forgive me if I have not done so, Insha Allah. I have a question to respectfully ask, and I do not intend to disrespect any person. There are certain parts of Nahjol Balaghaa that have led me to question and enquire further. It is truly the peak of eloquence, however, I cannot pretend that there are not some areas which have upset my view of Imam Ali - without tainting all the positive things, I thought I might enquire about one particular section which troubled me, and insha Allah someone may be able to offer their own view. Whatever your view may be, I would appreciate your contribution. In letter 54, 'To Talha and az-Zobayr through Emraan bn al-Hosayn al-Khozaai'  the explanatory notes tell of Imam Ali setting aside a slave girl from the one-fifth of "chomps" (?) received by Imam. Four of his men decided to complain to the Prophet PBUHAHP and he replied "What do you want me to do to Ali?" - repeating thrice - and then "surely Ali is from me and I am from him, and after me he is the Master of all the believers." Reading this really upset me - on so many occasions I look towards Ahlul Bayt and on so many days the wise words of Imam Ali AS have been uplifting. The other theme which is occasionally evident throughout NB, is Imam Ameer Al Momineen's stance on women being weak minded - I am always affected when I come across those expressions and similar ones, as I have achieved much without males in my life, and at times my conditioned has even been worsened by males. Also, with regard to women not being able to be trusted - I have come across many men who would forget about morality for this world - some part of me wants to believe that the Imam was refering ro his time and era in particular, and that if he saw the condition of societies today and the state of men, he might have said otherwise. I apologise for the length, and Insha Allah this has not offended anybody. I do not want to give up on Islam and Ahlul Bayt, hence the reason for my writing. Wa'alaykum Wassalam Blessings from Australia
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