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@Irfan1214

You are correct. I cannot claim my self to be Shia, as claiming or calling oneself shia would be a lie if I dont go by the definition of who a shia is provided by the Ahlul bayt.

Therefore I am just an admirer of Ahlul bayt.

I will provide you with hadiths of what is the definition of Shia. 

If you fall into this definition by the ahlul bayt provided, I am very glad for you.

I cannot claim such a title yet as I will be held accountable by the Imam calling my self shia:

Hadith:

Imam al-Hasan (AS) said in answer to a man who said to him, ‘Verily I am one of your Shi`aa’, ‘O `Aabdallah, if you are truly obedient to us in our commands and prohibitions, then you are telling the truth. But if not, then do not add to your sins by falsely CLAIMING  such a ***DIGNIFIED POSITION that you are not worthy of. DO NOT SAY , " I am one of your Shi`aa’, but say rather, ‘I am one of your adherents and one of your lovers and an enemy to your enemies.’ You are [doing] good and aiming towards good.’

[Tanbih al-Khawatir, v. 2, p. 106] 

 

You can judge yourself according to this hadith.

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3 minutes ago, certainclarity said:

@Irfan1214

You are correct. I cannot claim my self to be Shia, as claiming or calling oneself shia would be a lie if I dont go the definition of who a shia is provided by the Ahlul bayt.

Therefore I sm just sn admirer of Ahlul bayt.

I will provide you with hadiths of what is the definition of Shia. 

If you fall into this definition by the ahlul bayt provide, I am very glad for you.

I cannot claim such a title yet as I will be held accountable by the Imam calling my self shia:

Hadith:

Imam al-Hasan (AS) said in answer to a man who said to him, ‘Verily I am one of your Shi`aa’, ‘O `Aabdallah, if you are truly obedient to us in our commands and prohibitions, then you are telling the truth. But if not, then do not add to your sins by falsely CLAIMING  such a ***DIGNIFIED POSITION that you are not worthy of. DO NOT SAY , " I am one of your Shi`aa’, but say rather, ‘I am one of your adherents and one of your lovers and an enemy to your enemies.’ You are [doing] good and aiming towards good.’

[Tanbih al-Khawatir, v. 2, p. 106] 

 

You can judge yourself according to this hadith.

lolz, If you are adherent of Imams then you should believe in Quran and do not say that Imam rose to higher status but say that they are chosen and were highest in morals. It is not fitting for an adherent to lower the status of one who is already termed as perfect. By saying he was raised and showing that he was lower before and become higher later and that he did mistakes first but learnt later on. 

 

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13 minutes ago, Irfan1214 said:

lolz, If you are adherent of Imams then you should believe in Quran and do not say that Imam rose to higher status but say that they are chosen and were highest in morals.

 

I said I am an admirer. Can you claim you are a Shia infront of an Imam, according to this Hadith?

I know I cannot.

Regardless the topic was about Moses and being afraid of the massive snake.

Both Sunni and Shia agree that although Prophet Yusuf was a prophet and he was about to commit a  sin, plus prophet Yunus was punished by God for showing his displeasure to God for forgiving the nation, so God imprisons him in the stomach of a huge fish, and God says if Prophet Yunus did not ask for forgiveness, he would have kept prophet Yunus in the stomach of the fish till day of judgement!

This act of a prophet is not fear of God but showing displeasure of God's command! 

Anyway, to each its own.

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7 minutes ago, certainclarity said:

I said I am an admirer. Can you claim you are a Shia infront of an Imam, according to this Hadith?

I know I cannot.

Regardless the topic was about Moses and being afraid of the massive snake.

Both Sunni and Shia agree that although Prophet Yusuf was a prophet and he was about to commit a  sin, plus prophet Yunus was punished by God for showing his displeasure to God for forgiving the nation, so God imprisons him in the stomach of a huge fish, and God says if Prophet Yunus did not ask for forgiveness, he would have kept prophet Yunus in the stomach of the fish till day of judgement!

This act of a prophet is not fear of God but showing displeasure of God's command! 

Anyway, to each its own.

lolz, who says that Yusuf was about to commit sin ? Zulheka wanted to commit sin and Yousuf seek refuge from her and Asked Allah (SWT) about help.

I do not call myself a shia but a lover or a beggar who is full of sins and whose hope in Ahle bait for intercession. 

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1 hour ago, Irfan1214 said:

lolz, who says that Yusuf was about to commit sin ? Zulheka wanted to commit sin and Yousuf seek refuge from her and Asked Allah (SWT) about help.

I do not call myself a shia but a lover or a beggar who is full of sins and whose hope in Ahle bait for intercession. 

He seeked refuge to God due to his faith, but then Zulykha first wanted to commit the sin, prophet Yusuf did not, but ***he got inclined to her after wards *** according to the Quran and Shia tafseers!

Quran:

She desired him, and ***he desired her*** had he not seen the proof of his Lord. ***It was thus that We DIVERTED evil and INDECENCY AWAY from HIM.*** He was one of Our loyal servants. (12:24)

I am not aware if you can read farsi or arabic but their tafseers are available by various scholars and including hadiths from Imam Jafar as- Sadiq that God showed him a sign when he got inclined and God averted him from evil.

Here are the shia sources, if you can read Farsi or Arabic from welknown shia scholars.

http://wiki.ahlolbait.com/آیه_24_سوره_یوسف

And alot more.

Plus what about prophet Yunus who got punished by God!???

A prophet being punished in the stomach of a fish for years!!!

Anyway, there are lots of shia tafseers on the verses you pointed, but unfortunately mainly in farsi or arabic.

This verse is explained like this in tafseer al-mizan in farsi! 

Anyway, Lets not derail the topic and check the Shia tafseers on these ayas for ourselves.

All the best.

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[Shakir 12:24] And certainly she made for him, and he would have made for her, were it not that he had seen the manifest evidence of his Lord; thus (it was) that We might turn away from him evil and indecency, surely he was one of Our sincere servants.

Due think that WIki-Islam is a source from which Shia knowledge is derived. Secondly, there are many fake Shia interpretations.

This is Aqa Mehdi Poya's Commentary:

Yusuf son of Yaqub was a very beautiful youth. The truth, which Yusuf, the prophet of Allah, saw in his vision, was unpalatable to his half-brothers, who plotted against him and sold him into slavery to a merchant for a few pieces of silver. Yusuf was taken by the merchant into Egypt, was bought by a great Egyptian court dignitary, Aziz. The beauty of Yusuf was so irresistible that the dignitary's wife fell in love with him on first sight and sought to entice Yusuf to the delights of earthly love, but Yusuf, a faithful servant of Allah and His prophet, did not yield to the temptation. His self-control and faith in Allah could not be shaken just for the pleasure of a fleeting moment. He preferred the misery of imprisonment to the disgrace he would have to face if he had succumbed to the lure of Shaytan.

Now my note:

As you can see that in the above verse it is said that if Prophet Yousuf were not a Prophet who knows clear evidence of Allah and seen manifest evidence he would have erred and that means that if there had been another person who is not that near to God would have fallen prey. 

Secondly you narrated About Hazrat Yonus a.s who was taken into the belly of Fish. It was not because of Punishment and nor his Dhikr was because he did mistake, The astagfar which a Prophet does is actually for the Ummah, that is why Allah (SWT) says that ask for the forgiveness of your nation. Tell me what was the deed which made Allah (SWT) to punish that Prophet, although I believe that there was another reason behind his hiding into the belly of fish. I am sure that you will find nothing as a mistake of that Prophet PBUH upon which you can base the argument and point out that it was "this mistake".

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@Irfan1214

Brother, I think you did not read further of the commentry of pouya ,in the part of the aya that talks about God preventing it to happen:

"The wife of the high official, Zulaykha, tried to seduce him. She desired him very much. As Yusuf was one of Allah's chosen devotees, He enabled him to avert both evil and lechery from himself. "

 

What was the prophet Yunus imprisoned for in the stomach of a fish? Maybe a reward? Or more of a test to see if he will repent?

Infact God says he was worthy te be blamed!

Quran:

Thus a whale swallowed him, and **he was blame worthy**

This is from the source you choose for tafseer Agha Pouya;

Dhun-nun, "the man of the fish", is the title of prophet Yunus.
Yunus' mission was to the city of Nineveh, then steeped in wickedness. The people rejected him. ***He departed in anger without the permission of his Lord, so his departure is described as if a slave runs away from captivity.***The cause of anger Yunus felt was the disobedience of his people who did not respond to his preaching, so Allah tested him by putting him in the belly of a huge fish.


He boarded a fully laden boat which met stormy weather. The sailors, thinking that the ill-luck was caused by some fugitive, wanted to discover him by casting lots. The lot fell on Yunus, so they took up him and cast him forth into the sea.

A great fish swallowed up Yunus. He was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights. When he was engulfed with the darkness of the night, the sea and the belly of the fish, ****he cried to his Lord and accepted the fact that he should have not gone away in anger breaking off from his people, though they refused to believe in him and Allah.***


Then he prayed unto the Lord through the depths of darkness in the fish's belly: "There is no god but You. Glory be to you. I am indeed of the unjust." (Anbiya: 87).
By the command of Allah the fish vomited out him upon the dry land. He was in a state of sickness. Allah caused to grow gourd plant there whose large leaves he used to protect his body from the hot sun, flies and other insects which were preying on his wounded body. Then he was commanded to return to the city of Nineveh. The people repented and believed, and Nineveh got a new lease of life.
The spiritual force of the prayer- "There is no god but Thou. Glory be to Thee. Verily I have been of the wrong-doers"-has been confirmed by the Holy Prophet and the holy Imams.

***All the prophets of Allah were aware of the fact that every human being is likely to make mistakes and it is Allah alone who can save him from wrong-doing, so every one of them always prayed to Allah that he might keep himself away from mistakes.*** - Agha Pouya

http://www.islamportal.net/sites/default/files/shiabook_Downloadable_File/Commentary of the Holy Qur'an - Pooya M.A. Ali.pdf

Anyway I shall not derail the thread anymore.

To the OP, lets try our best to reform ourselves. Whether 2017 or beyond. This is what the Imam would be pleased about!

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10 hours ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Nobody knows but Allah (swt), it is foolishness in my opinion to speculate on this hidden knowledge. The only thing we can do is devote ourselves and do dhikr as we prepare, no?

 

oh no , if my question is wrong, should i have the thread deleted?

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39 minutes ago, certainclarity said:

@Irfan1214

no problem, I prefer the tafseer from Al-Mizan by Alameh Tababai it sounds more logical to me.

It just doesn't seem God to put his prophet in the belly of a fish for the sin his nation !

 

I do not think that an Alim like Ayotullah Tabataba'i would say that it could be another way round that Allah  (SWT ) wanted to make his nation realize what a gem they missed and when they had fully realized, Allah  (SWT ) made him known. It's same as Imam e zamana's occultation. I believe that you are comment about Allama Tabataba'i are your own invention and not his remarks as you failed to tell me prophet's mistake :)

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11 minutes ago, sidnaq said:

oh no , if my question is wrong, should i have the thread deleted?

I don't think so, but that is completely up to you. It's good to ask questions, no how stupid or wrong. If you didn't ask questions, you wouldn't know that to speculate on the return of the Mahdi (as) is wrong.

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4 minutes ago, Irfan1214 said:

I do not think that an Alim like Ayotullah Tabataba'i would say that it could be another way round that Allah  (SWT ) wanted to make his nation realize what a gem they missed and when they had fully realized, Allah  (SWT ) made him known. It's same as Imam e zamana's occultation. I believe that you are comment about Allama Tabataba'i are your own invention and not his remarks as you failed to tell me prophet's mistake :)

No problem you can learn farsi and read it for yourself then, and read the commentry of pouya on prophet Yunus where he says all can make mistakes and Yunus was asking forgiveness for his anger ! Lol

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1 hour ago, certainclarity said:

@Irfan1214

Brother, I think you did not read further of the commentry of pouya ,in the part of the aya that talks about God preventing it to happen:

"The wife of the high official, Zulaykha, tried to seduce him. She desired him very much. As Yusuf was one of Allah's chosen devotees, He enabled him to avert both evil and lechery from himself. "

 

What was the prophet Yunus imprisoned for in the stomach of a fish? Maybe a reward? Or more of a test to see if he will repent?

Infact God says he was worthy te be blamed!

Quran:

Thus a whale swallowed him, and **he was blame worthy**

This is from the source you choose for tafseer Agha Pouya;

Dhun-nun, "the man of the fish", is the title of prophet Yunus.
Yunus' mission was to the city of Nineveh, then steeped in wickedness. The people rejected him. ***He departed in anger without the permission of his Lord, so his departure is described as if a slave runs away from captivity.***The cause of anger Yunus felt was the disobedience of his people who did not respond to his preaching, so Allah tested him by putting him in the belly of a huge fish.


He boarded a fully laden boat which met stormy weather. The sailors, thinking that the ill-luck was caused by some fugitive, wanted to discover him by casting lots. The lot fell on Yunus, so they took up him and cast him forth into the sea.

A great fish swallowed up Yunus. He was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights. When he was engulfed with the darkness of the night, the sea and the belly of the fish, ****he cried to his Lord and accepted the fact that he should have not gone away in anger breaking off from his people, though they refused to believe in him and Allah.***


Then he prayed unto the Lord through the depths of darkness in the fish's belly: "There is no god but You. Glory be to you. I am indeed of the unjust." (Anbiya: 87).
By the command of Allah the fish vomited out him upon the dry land. He was in a state of sickness. Allah caused to grow gourd plant there whose large leaves he used to protect his body from the hot sun, flies and other insects which were preying on his wounded body. Then he was commanded to return to the city of Nineveh. The people repented and believed, and Nineveh got a new lease of life.
The spiritual force of the prayer- "There is no god but Thou. Glory be to Thee. Verily I have been of the wrong-doers"-has been confirmed by the Holy Prophet and the holy Imams.

***All the prophets of Allah were aware of the fact that every human being is likely to make mistakes and it is Allah alone who can save him from wrong-doing, so every one of them always prayed to Allah that he might keep himself away from mistakes.*** - Agha Pouya

http://www.islamportal.net/sites/default/files/shiabook_Downloadable_File/Commentary of the Holy Qur'an - Pooya M.A. Ali.pdf

Anyway I shall not derail the thread anymore.

To the OP, lets try our best to reform ourselves. Whether 2017 or beyond. This is what the Imam would be pleased about!

Good try, make fake books and show us website of HubAli and your own fake websites, try it brother.

You should visit http://quran.al-islam.org/ which is given by Al-Islam.org. There is no such thing as you have mentioned. Our Alim's know their duty, please stop lying about them

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1 hour ago, Irfan1214 said:

Agha Mehdi poya would never use the word wickedness as it is suitable for wicked people and Prophets are not wicked for it is for ignorant. Show me at the site and then I will comment further :)

Firstly it is not Hube Ali website.

Second I copy and searched the commentry you quoted from Pouya and the exact wordings were in that link, and even more

The quote commentry you quoted was from Pouya.

So you quote from Pouya and call him a liar loool.

Probably you have to look properly, the very sources you provide yourself and refute it yourself lol

It is not my website.

I don't need to learn anything in English, I have the actual sources in Farsi and Arabic.

But probably you get wrong translation in the process lol.

All you commented was from that source, you can just put the words and find the exact wordings of what you quoted yourself,

But I guess you are in denial.

If Any of the brother want to check this, they are free to google the quote you gave and find the website.

 

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11 minutes ago, certainclarity said:

Firstly it is not Hube Ali website.

Second I copy and searched the commentry you quoted from Pouya and the exact wordings were in that link, and even more

The quote commentry you quoted was from Pouya.

So you quote from Pouya and call him a liar loool.

Probably you have to look properly, the very sources you provide yourself and refute it yourself lol

It is not my website.

I don't need to learn anything in English, I have the actual sources in Farsi and Arabic.

But probably you get wrong translation in the process lol.

All you commented was from that source, you can just put the words and find the exact wordings of what you quoted yourself,

But I guess you are in denial.

If Any of the brother want to check this, they are free to google the quote you gave and find the website.

 

Lanat upon the one who lied. Secondly you failed to find commentary on website of Al-Islam. org supported multiligual Quran website.

Thirdly never ever will any shia Alim call a prophet wicked and those who call prophet with attributes of ignorance Allah curses him and so do Aqa Mehdi poya and I.

Just go around Internet you will find thousands of book attributed to revered ulemas made by enemies of lovers of Ahlul bait.

And about farsi and Arabic evidence which you are saying is with you then God bless you otherwise lanat be upon a liar.

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3 hours ago, Irfan1214 said:

Yusuf son of Yaqub was a very beautiful youth. The truth, which Yusuf, the prophet of Allah, saw in his vision, was unpalatable to his half-brothers, who plotted against him and sold him into slavery to a merchant for a few pieces of silver. Yusuf was taken by the merchant into Egypt, was bought by a great Egyptian court dignitary, Aziz. The beauty of Yusuf was so irresistible that the dignitary's wife fell in love with him on first sight and sought to entice Yusuf to the delights of earthly love, but Yusuf, a faithful servant of Allah and His prophet, did not yield to the temptation. His self-control and faith in Allah could not be shaken just for the pleasure of a fleeting moment. He preferred the misery of imprisonment to the disgrace he would have to face if he had succumbed to the lure of Shaytan.

This is what you quoted from Pouya. Which is exactly as the link you called fake ( Islamportal ):

 

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47 minutes ago, Irfan1214 said:

http://quran.al-islam.org

Go to this website and read about what I quoted this is given by al-Islam. Org

First of all brother, I hate doing this but since you asked, and accused me of linking a fake site, I am very grateful you shared a site which you approve yourself.

This is a proof for all brothers on this site and can see for themselves, that you have refuted the very source you provided yourself without reading it carefully as It doesn't make a difference which site is the commentary posted. The commentry should be identical if it from Pouya.

Now this is between you and Agha Pouya, you either send lanat on him or yourself.

The commentry on al-Islam.org and islam portal are identical.

I hope you read properly what you post for your own sake and work abit more on your search skills.

Now since this is the source you provided kindly read it fully and properly yourself.

So here is the proof from the very source you provided.

I shall not go further with this discussion as , most likely it will not be good for you to prove and disapprove your own proofs.

For anyone who wants to check both sources here are the links:

http://quran.al-islam.org/

http://www.islamportal.net/sites/default/files/shiabook_Downloadable_File/Commentary of the Holy Qur'an - Pooya M.A. Ali.pdf  (page187)

Wasalam

 

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There is a hadith which states that the number of years before imam returns is more than a thousand years but less than two thousand years.....

Lets look at the world today and we can estimate the number of years before the imam returns ready....? let us examine and here:

Is the world in disaster? Not yet

Are there a lot of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, diseases, plagues, catastrophes, natural disasters....? Not yet

Have the major signs happened? The appearance of Sufyani....the appearance of yamani and the khorasani....... Not yet

Has the Syrian nation been destroyed and reduced into ruins..... not yet but happening right now

Has Iraq been turmoil and wars and disaster.......not yet but happening right now

Has the world population declined by two third? Not yet and world population is increasing

Is the world experiencing wars on a large scale, and bloodshed and killing........? Not yet

 

So we are in the year of 2017 and in Hijra calendar it is 1450 something 

Are the shia having a hard time living their lives......Not yet not even close

But things can change dramatically on daily basis.......

 

If you were to ask me how long until imam returns i would say

It will be more than 50 years.......but less than 500 years......

So expect the mahdi to appear in the next 450 years.......this guess is as accurate as it gets because let us look......

 

i doubt that modern civilization as having the ability to survive more than 500 years.........

Modern society is decaying and there is plenty of evidence to prove it.......

Western society is collapsing from underneath but no-one is noticing it.....America is declining in power and its system is destabilizing and i would give America a maximum of 100 years before some big event happens and changes America from what is today......

Expect America to face natural disasters and large scale riots in the next 100 years.......

America has not the ability to survive the next 100 years in a good state......

The Arab countries also have not the ability to survive the next 100 years before something big happens......

Especially the gulf arab states.......they will be shocked at what the next 100 years will do to them......

 

 

So in the next 100 years that is two generations you will see radical changes and perhaps a third world war........

And things must be at worst state before our imam returns.....

 

 

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12 hours ago, certainclarity said:

First of all brother, I hate doing this but since you asked, and accused me of linking a fake site, I am very grateful you shared a site which you approve yourself.

This is a proof for all brothers on this site and can see for themselves, that you have refuted the very source you provided yourself without reading it carefully as It doesn't make a difference which site is the commentary posted. The commentry should be identical if it from Pouya.

Now this is between you and Agha Pouya, you either send lanat on him or yourself.

The commentry on al-Islam.org and islam portal are identical.

I hope you read properly what you post for your own sake and work abit more on your search skills.

Now since this is the source you provided kindly read it fully and properly yourself.

So here is the proof from the very source you provided.

I shall not go further with this discussion as , most likely it will not be good for you to prove and disapprove your own proofs.

For anyone who wants to check both sources here are the links:

http://quran.al-islam.org/

http://www.islamportal.net/sites/default/files/shiabook_Downloadable_File/Commentary of the Holy Qur'an - Pooya M.A. Ali.pdf  (page187)

Wasalam

 

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Lanat is on lairs who use their analogy to understand things about which they do not have clear proofs because the above mentioned verse does not prove that breaking away from the disobedient ones is a sin. The very thing which you do not understand is that it is the quote of Allah himself in Quran which says that if there is a region which is ripe with infidelity and you cannot make them to submit to Allah (SWT) then Allah (SWT) will deal such person as among that nation that is why Quran says that when angels after death asks a person of having faith that why were you on that land when there was whole land of Allah (SWT) where you can take refuge from the wrong doings of the people. Yunus a.s did what is in Quran and his going away was same as the law of Allah (SWT). Aqa Mehdi poya just mentioned what is in Quran and he neither lied nor changed things and never said "Wicked" to Prophet but I look into Quran and found the verse to be reason for the action of yunus. And you are the one who are alleging that Prophets do mistake while Quran affirms his actions? So stop yourself from it.

About Yousuf a.s his incident is same as that of Ayub a.s when he asked Allah (SWT) that I want justice so Allah summoned him for a justice and asked him what you complain for. He said ya Allah (SWT) I have endured so much but I am not having relief from this disease so what else you want me to do while you know I am faithful to you and doing your Dhikr everytime, then Allah (SWT) said that do you think that your Dhikr is something that you own by your ownself, it is I who have put my love in your heart. Every good deed which a person does and saves himself from oppressive acts is due to Allah's teachings, And Prophets were immune from doing mistakes. So, Yousuf's own actions were traced to the teachings of Allah (SWT) and whole credit is to Allah (SWT).

In Quran it is said, there are people who sell our communications for the price of coins. Prove me wrong that Yunus's action was not according to Quran which is says that leave the place where infidelity is rampant. And prove me wrong that Yousuf did deeds were his own creation. 

Secondly, you can see that Aqa Mehdi poya never used the word "Wicked" for the Prophet and so guess who is summoning lanat for himself ??????

 

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Secondly, I am thankful to Allah (SWT) that he made you to post from two different websites, and now people can read that one site says that Aqa Mehdi poya calls a Prophet "Wicked" and second the reliable website shows that Aqa Mehdi poya did not utter such a word "Wicked". So, lanat be upon liars. I am not making lanat on you but the liars so do not take it on you if you did not lie about this. 

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3 hours ago, Irfan1214 said:

Secondly, I am thankful to Allah (SWT) that he made you to post from two different websites, and now people can read that one site says that Aqa Mehdi poya calls a Prophet "Wicked" and second the reliable website shows that Aqa Mehdi poya did not utter such a word "Wicked". So, lanat be upon liars. I am not making lanat on you but the liars so do not take it on you if you did not lie about this. 

It is either the person hasn't  translated this very clearly himself or you got it wrong based on how "he worded it."

He used the word wicked for the people of Ninavah not the prophet!

The people of the nation were steeped in wickedness .

This is the statement:

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 Yunus' mission was to the city of Nineveh, ***then steeped in wickedness. The people rejected him.***

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( meaning the people then / at the time when Yunus was missioned as a prophet to Nineveh were steeped in wickedness, thus they rejected him )

Probably it was better for the translator to translate it as:

"When Yunus was missioned to the city of Nineveh, the people were steeped in wickedness, and rejected him."

But most probably the person was an English speaking translator who wanted to do a word for word translation or wasnt very good in expressing this statement clearly in English.

Lastly, Adam was a prophet. He was told by God, get down to earth,because he fell into the trap of iblees as he disregarded the command of God.

Al-Islam.org even has grammer and typo mistakes in their website.

Anyway the exact wordings as wicked was in the reliable website you gave also!

But you have read it wrongly or it is not very clear. None the less it is the source you provided. I am just relating whatever is in there,which you approved of:

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If you have an issue with this contact the al-Islam.org.

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46 minutes ago, certainclarity said:

It is either the person hasn't  translated this very clearly himself or you got it wrong based on how "he worded it."

He used the word wicked for the people of Ninavah not the prophet!

The people of the nation were steeped in wickedness .

This is the statement:

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 Yunus' mission was to the city of Nineveh, ***then steeped in wickedness. The people rejected him.***

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( meaning the people then / at the time when Yunus was missioned as a prophet to Nineveh were steeped in wickedness, thus they rejected him )

Probably it was better for the translator to translate it as:

"When Yunus was missioned to the city of Nineveh, the people were steeped in wickedness, and rejected him."

But most probably the person was an English speaking translator who wanted to do a word for word translation or wasnt very good in expressing this statement clearly in English.

Al-Islam.org even has grammer and typo mistakes in their website.

Anyway this same error was in the website you gave also:

 

Lastly, Adam was a prophet. He was told by God, get down to earth,because he fell into the trap of iblees as he disregarded the command of God.

 

 

 

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Agreed on the issue that "He was sent to the people who were driven to wickefness".

But do not agree that Prophet did mistake because it is same act which a men of God will do when he is criticised by his people and abandoned and such person does not seek refuge to any other place except mosque or place of prayer or any other property which does not belong to a person but Allah alone.

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6 minutes ago, Irfan1214 said:

Agreed on the issue that "He was sent to the people who were driven to wickefness".

But do not agree that Prophet did mistake because it is same act which a men of God will do when he is criticised by his people and abandoned and such person does not seek refuge to any other place except mosque or place of prayer or any other property which does not belong to a person but Allah alone.

Again this is not my commentry. This was what was in al-Islam.org commentry of pouya , the reliable site you provided. 

Kindly contact them to show your disapproval.

Also Please check all before you post, as for each thing you said, I just posted from the link you provided.

Or learn farsi or arabic even better, plus better and thorough search skills.

Wasalam

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Just now, certainclarity said:

Again this is not my commentry. This was what was in al-Islam.org commentry of pouya , the reliable site you provided. 

Kindly contact them to show your disapproval.

Also Please check all before you post, as for each thing you said, I just posted from the link you provided.

Or learn farsi or arabic even better.

Wasalam

Well, everyone knows that first source is quran and second is hadith so Quran has to be preferred. However, for those verses where meanings are hidden we seek hadith. Every Alim does commentary according to his knowledge and I hope in future further research will make more in depth commentary.  Secondly, no any Alim has ever said that his commentary is absolute so difference may arise.  I will definitely learn farsi and Arabic and seek help from Allah and Ahle bait to help me learn about Islam further before passing judgement that prophets did mistake who knows there is still things which people are unaware about.

Wasallam

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