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What Would Hazrat Qaim Want From Us?

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Salam Walaikum,

 

I was wondering, reading a lot about Hazrat Qaim, His Signs and His Arrival. A very interesting topic and undeniable about his coming as its the required thing at the prevelant situations in the world... In Islam

 

Wondering What Would he want from Sunni's and What Would he Want from Shia's

 

At Presently , I am In a Shia Forum,

 

So Would Like to ask The Fellow Shia's What Would he Like to have from the felllow Shia's ?

 

Salam.

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Our Responsibilities:


We are living in the age of Imam Mahdi's (a.s.) major occultation. So what are our responsibilities? Undoubtedly our prime duty is to know Imam Mahdi (a.s.) and to become closer to him. Knowing him is of such importance and sensitivity that


Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) said:"One who dies without knowing the Imam of one's age is like one who has died in the Age of Ignorance."


Death in the Age of Ignorance means dying outside the pale of faith and Islam. And one who fails to recognize the Imam of one's time has been introduced as an unbeliever. Another responsibility of Shias during the major occultation is waiting for the Imam's reappearance which has been repeatedly pointed out by the Imams of Ahlul Bayt (a.s.). A 'waiting' person is one who is ready for the reappearance of Imam Mahdi (a.s.), possesses the characteristics and qualities of the Imam's companions and has no qualms about sacrificing his life and assets in the Imam's Way. In this respect,


Imam Sadeq (a.s.) says:"One who awaits our order is like one who gives life in the path of God."


In the honor of Imam Mahdi's (a.s.) companions, another tradition quotes Imam Sadeq (a.s.) as saying:"One who is zealous about the companionship of Imam Mahdi (a.s.) should wait and act piously and in a noble manner. Such people when they die before the reappearance of Imam Mahdi (a.s.) will have the reward of being his companion. Hence strive and wait. You deserve this, O Forgiven Ones!"


We should pray to God to make us one of those who await the Imam. Our acts should also be a testimony of our claim. First we should make efforts to know the Imam and testify the same for other people. We should guide those who deny or oppose the Imam and acquire the attributes of his companions, await his coming and enrich one's life by dedicating it to him. During the major occultation, Shias should cherish a zeal for the Imam in their mind, his love in their heart, thoughts focused on making efforts in his way, their prayers should be sending benedictions upon him, their supplications should be for his reappearance and their whole being yearning for him. The present work is an insignificant endeavor in familiarizing people about Imam Mahdi (a.s.) in the hope of offering a small gift to the Solomon of the Age (a.s.).


Javad Qayyoumi-Isfahani 1994

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(salam) 

 

I found an article on Duas.org on the allegiance (Bayatnama) that Imam Mahdi(ATFS) will ask of His Shia's, there are about 25 bayatnamas. Only after these are fufilled momineen will be allowed to perform Jihad with the Imam(ATFS).

 

Peoples past sins will be a factor in these bayyatnama, and we will be asked to give our allegiance because we HAVE been committing these sins and have to pledge allegiance that we will not commit them again or WILL commit them and have to promise to refrain from it.

During the time of the prophet and this is in the Quran as well, the prophet took bayyat from men and women. From women he took allegiances of 6 things (Surah 60:12):

1. No Shirk

2. No Stealing

3. No Adultery

4. No Killing of Child

5. You will not claim someone else’s child as your husbands

6. Stopping your spouse from doing good deeds

 

 

Allegiance to Imam Mahdi(ATFS): http://www.duas.org/bayatnama.htm 

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To make him proud of us.

 

Well I Learnt something called sending Lanaat, On the Opressors, Which are respected by a clan within Islam....Wondering Even that May be making him proud of Me...

 

Wondering even If Prophet Muhammadh(peace be upon him) allowed cursing (* Please do not give me examples of Sahaba's , I need examples from the So Called Ahlebayt by my Shia Brothers)

 

i want proofs from hadeeths, In which Imam Ali, Hasan, or from the Ahle Bayt or Prophet Muhammadh (PBUH) Cursing people....

 

to Take over this tradition

 

Or I refrain from It, and seek understanding and do good...

(salam)

 

That's a great topic.

It's all about love and hate. Do what Imam loves and Avoid what Imam hates.

 

(the 7th and 8th pillar of Islam is enjoying good and forbidding evil)

 

At present the Imam is in occulation so how to learn what he loves and what he hates

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Well I Learnt something called sending Lanaat, On the Opressors, Which are respected by a clan within Islam....Wondering Even that May be making him proud of Me...

 

Wondering even If Prophet Muhammadh(peace be upon him) allowed cursing (* Please do not give me examples of Sahaba's , I need examples from the So Called Ahlebayt by my Shia Brothers)

 

i want proofs from hadeeths, In which Imam Ali, Hasan, or from the Ahle Bayt or Prophet Muhammadh (pbuh) Cursing people....

 

to Take over this tradition

 

Or I refrain from It, and seek understanding and do good...

 

At present the Imam is in occulation so how to learn what he loves and what he hates

 

 

What is cursing? Exactly what is found in the Quran, the Sunnah of Allah, and that which Allah Himself does. It is simply, taking Goodness away from them, condemnation. Cursing isnt calling names or using curse words, thats just childish behavior.

 

Surely those who conceal the clear proofs and the guidance that We revealed after We made it clear for men in the Book, these it is whom Allah does curse, and those who curse do curse them (too) (159)

 

Surely those who disbelieve and die while they are disbelievers, these it is on whom is the curse of Allah and the angels and men all (161);

 

And surely on you is curse until the Day of Judgment (15:35).

 

 

Let me give you an example:

 

May Allah take His mercy away from the enemies of Islam, Allah, the prophets and Imams. May Allah's wrath be upon them. May Allah send and keep them in the fires of hell for eternity.

(wasalam)

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As the brother above stated, praying to remove the mercy of Allah from the oppressor is how it's done, Allah in his greatness curses within the Quraan.  Not by using swear words or inappropriate titles, regardless of what that person has done.
Concealing curses around others may be a good choice. Many Sunni brothers attack Shias due to the way that Shia swear or curse. There's no need for us to curse in public if it'll lead to the humiliation of our brethren, say in Afghanistan.
In this case arguments and debates should be handled intellectually and respectively.
Many people get carried away once they feel like cursing is ok, they upgrade it to insults and sooner or later swear words.

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