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Dr. Ahmad Al Waeli

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Salam brothers and sisters!

I strongly suggest watching a couple videos about this great man. His wisdom and outlook on life is amazing!

Truly a great Muslim and Shia.

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2 hours ago, MohannadAlHamdani said:

Truly a great Muslim and Shia.

He praises Abu Bakr and Omar.

And he praised Harun al-Abbasi, the killer of al-Imam al-Kadhim,

al-Mamun, the killer of al-Imam al-Ridha,

and al-Mu'tasim, the killer of al-Imam al-Jawad, in his diwan, page 248.

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He also praised the Baathist criminal, Hafez al-Assad, in page 438.

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In addition to the crucifix, in page 19.

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He also praised the Egyptian singer, Umm Kulthum, which he used to listen to her songs on cassettes (what a great scholar!)

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29 minutes ago, Simon the Canaanite said:

He praises Abu Bakr and Omar.

And he praised Harun al-Abbasi, the killer of al-Imam al-Kadhim,

al-Mamun, the killer of al-Imam al-Ridha,

and al-Mu'tasim, the killer of al-Imam al-Jawad, in his diwan, page 248.

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He also praised the Baathist criminal, Hafez al-Assad, in page 438.

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In addition to the crucifix, in page 19.

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He also praised the Egyptian singer, Umm Kulthum, which he used to listen to her songs on cassettes (what a great scholar!)

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shaykh ahmad al waeli is and will always be a great scholar. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) have mercy on his soul. I'm not really that good in reading this type of Arabic style, so could you please translate.

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20 hours ago, Simon the Canaanite said:

Sorry, I don’t have barrel bombs.

Barrel bombs kill a limited amount of people. Your hate, kills generations :bye:

20 hours ago, AkhiraisReal said:

As a Shia I will cut my tongue before praising the killers of our Imams.

Well maybe, you ought to cut the tongue of these fellas as well:

 

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No thank you.

Lets not spread hate about our respected leaders and speakers. We know so little about them. And they have many enemies. Maybe there is a reason for what they do/say.

maybe it's not even them, and maybe they haven't said so.

There are more important things.

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3 minutes ago, AkhiraisReal said:

No thank you.

Lets not spread hate about our respected leaders and speakers. We know so little about them. And they have many enemies. Maybe there is a reason for what they do/say.

maybe it's not even them, and maybe they haven't said so.

There are more important things.

Exactly. Then, don’t give impulsive answers. Think well before you judge anyone.

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3 minutes ago, BowTie said:

Exactly. Then, don’t give impulsive answers. Think well before you judge anyone.

haven't judged anyone nor was it impulsive answer. haven't even seen the videos.

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19 hours ago, BowTie said:

You spoke with negative connotation towards Shaikh Ahmad al Waeli.

He didn't.

20 hours ago, AkhiraisReal said:

No thank you.

Lets not spread hate about our respected leaders and speakers. We know so little about them. And they have many enemies. Maybe there is a reason for what they do/say.

maybe it's not even them, and maybe they haven't said so.

There are more important things.

Exactly thats what I was assuming aswell. I remember watching that above video ages ago. When I asked my dad about it he said that he was only intending to make peace with the Sunnis and not spread hatred, which is the reason why he praised them in that video. I think it was some kind of question asked by a Sunni, I don’t remember

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57 minutes ago, Simon the Canaanite said:

He praises Abu Bakr and Omar.

And he praised Harun al-Abbasi, the killer of al-Imam al-Kadhim,

al-Mamun, the killer of al-Imam al-Ridha,

and al-Mu'tasim, the killer of al-Imam al-Jawad, in his diwan, page 248.

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He also praised the Baathist criminal, Hafez al-Assad, in page 438. 

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In addition to the crucifix, in page 19.

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He also praised the Egyptian singer, Umm Kulthum, which he used to listen to her songs on cassettes (what a great scholar!)

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I really feel bad for a person like you. You must be very lonely in life, trying to prove your religious devotion by attacking other prominent figures. That makes you seem such a knowledgeable person doesnt it? May Allah guide you, because you're full of....

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5 minutes ago, BowTie said:

I really feel bad for a person like you. You must be very lonely in life, trying to prove your religious devotion by attacking other prominent figures. That makes you seem such a knowledgeable person doesnt it? May Allah guide you, because you're full of....

dude chillax

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Please keep it civil in this topic. My message was to spread knowledge and peace through a respected scholar.

Now y’all done made it into a debate of he’a this and he’s that. It’s kind of frustrating really.

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11 hours ago, BowTie said:

Well maybe, you ought to cut the tongue of these fellas as well:

The first one was killed 27 years ago, and the second one is hiding somewhere.

11 hours ago, BowTie said:

I really feel bad for a person like you. You must be very lonely in life, trying to prove your religious devotion by attacking other prominent figures. That makes you seem such a knowledgeable person doesnt it? May Allah guide you, because you're full of....

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Abū ṭ-Ṭāyyib ʿal-Mutānabbī.

11 hours ago, 3wliya_maryam said:

Exactly thats what I was assuming aswell. I remember watching that above video ages ago. When I asked my dad about it he said that he was only intending to make peace with the Sunnis and not spread hatred, which is the reason why he praised them in that video. I think it was some kind of question asked by a Sunni, I don’t remember

He can make peace with them without praising the enemies of God, the usurpers of the caliphate and the killers of the Holy Prophet and his holy daughter.

ʿAl-Wāʾeli in his book, Hāwiatul Tāshayʾyu, page 41 says that the rāfiḍha are not Shiʾa, even though, ʿal-Imam ʿal-Bāqir said (three times):

“I am from the rāfiḍha.”

(In Biḥār ʿal-Anwār, volume 65, page 97).

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11 hours ago, BowTie said:

Barrel bombs kill a limited amount of people.

Hmm... I don’t think so...

But really, does it matter if it kills “a limited amount of people?” It’s still killing people: innocent women, children and elderly...

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43 minutes ago, realizm said:

:salam:

Why is it that everytime some Sunni-friendly rethoric is mentioned on ShiaChat, you can be sure some anti-WF comments will pop-up ?

That’s the problem man. Imagine one day Inshallah where we can talk and debate without the emotion of hate within us.

Us being Shia doesn’t mean we hate Sunni’s or the Sahaba. Granted they did turn their backs and disobeyed, but there was a reason they were among the closest.

But alas, only the ones who think with pure thoughts will be able to comprehend this.

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5 hours ago, Ibn Al-Ja'abi said:

Bismillah and salams,

I'm not sure how you can claim to appreciate scholars like Sh. al-Wa'ili or even S. al-Khomeini, whose quote you shared, and also post the above comments. There really is a disconnect between appreciation of pious individuals and intellectual giants such as these and the vitriol behind the above. I can't imagine either scholar would appreciate their defense at the cost of such base lowness expressed to a fellow Shii. While Simon and I disagree about many, many things, including this and I've expressed that our epistemologies and fundamental world views differ, but I'm amazed at a comment like this. It's unwarranted, rude, cruel, and mean. It certainly isn't how one responds to their correligionist let alone their intellectual opponent. Similarly you misunderstood Akhira and still persisted in your misbehaviour. Something needs to be said about someone who has to react with such meanness to anyone who disagrees with them or to anyone they disagree with. I can only wonder how much the ethical points of our religion, that our pious scholars have emphasized, have been absorbed by someone who is this rude. I'm not sure what it did in the defense of Sh. al-Wa'ili, what it did to prevent the the "spread of hatred in the ummah", or how it benefited any members of this site, it seems to have had the opposite effect. Perhaps you need to grow up a little and think about your behaviour, and this certainly isn't something new from you, before you presume to defend someone like Sh. al-Wa'ili or quote someone like S. al-Khomeini. This was both manifestly and quite plainly pathetic. I really hope you change, you're reaching the end of the rope as far as slack is concerned, you'll be on your way out and I'm sure you'll play the victim the whole time -- for some reason every misbehaving member seems to think they're being victimized, I've never to date found a "good" member saying that. Although any teacher will tell you that when you think the whole world is against you and everyone else is wrong, it's more likely the case that you're the problem. Good luck, you quite clearly need it.

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Wassalam

I don’t have a problem with different views. I have a problem with a person twisting facts and making up lies about a prominent scholar. This doesnt show good intentions. And when people try to defame scholars in the name of "religion" with bad intentions, then that person is not religious at all. You don’t just call scholars things and twist what they meant to feel "you won" in a stupid forum discussion.

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12 minutes ago, BowTie said:

I don’t have a problem with different views. I have a problem with a person twisting facts and making up lies about a prominent scholar. This doesnt show good intentions. And when people try to defame scholars in the name of "religion" with bad intentions, then that person is not religious at all. You don’t just call scholars things and twist what they meant to feel "you won" in a stupid forum discussion.

Bismillah and Salams,

Whatever you might think it shows your reaction is unwarranted. Sh. al-Wa'ili did quite plainly say the things Simon says he did, they're recorded above for us to read, we might add nuance and context as to why he might have said them, and that even if he erred somewhere it doesn't mean he was ever-wrong, or perhaps dispute that there wasn't an error. Whatever we could do, we shouldn't do what was done above. If not for any of those reasons then just simply because you end up looking silly and excitable. There is no justification for the above behaviour, even if Simon is wrong. If this is what we do with those we disagree with in our own madhhab then it's perhaps best we remain shut up forever. Su' al-Dhann, being an argumentative person, a foul-mouthed individual or someone painful to have to listen to, and quarreling with Shia is hardly the legacy of our religious scholars. No one can rightfully defend them if they behave like this, they wouldn't have wanted that. If you feel the need to defend any aalim with the above conduct then it's perhaps best you don't say anything at all and work on trying to model your behaviour after theirs, or at the least desiring to model yours after theirs.

رحمهم الله تعالى

Iltimas-e Dua

Wassalam

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22 minutes ago, Ibn Al-Ja'abi said:

Bismillah and Salams,

Whatever you might think it shows your reaction is unwarranted. Sh. al-Wa'ili did quite plainly say the things Simon says he did, they're recorded above for us to read, we might add nuance and context as to why he might have said them, and that even if he erred somewhere it doesn't mean he was ever-wrong, or perhaps dispute that there wasn't an error.

When I say something with a certain intention. And another person twists the fact of why I said something. And says " Oh I plainly said this so I'm just saying it how it is" and acting clueless and innocent. No. You remind me well of Salafis with that logic.
And when someone accuses a Sheikh for listening to Music and mocking him, because of a poem about the Nile River and accusing him writing "Souma" as in "Umm Kulthoom", that shows the ill intention. Again, reminding me of Salafis.

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Whatever we could do, we shouldn't do what was done above. If not for any of those reasons then just simply because you end up looking silly and excitable. There is no justification for the above behaviour, even if Simon is wrong. If this is what we do with those we disagree with in our own madhhab then it's perhaps best we remain shut up forever. Su' al-Dhann, being an argumentative person, a foul-mouthed individual or someone painful to have to listen to, and quarreling with Shia is hardly the legacy of our religious scholars. No one can rightfully defend them if they behave like this, they wouldn't have wanted that. If you feel the need to defend any aalim with the above conduct then it's perhaps best you don't say anything at all and work on trying to model your behaviour after theirs, or at the least desiring to model yours after theirs.

Well well pal. You got your ways, I got mine. Deal with it.

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2 minutes ago, BowTie said:

When I say something with a certain intention. And another person twists the fact of why I said something. And says " Oh I plainly said this so I'm just saying it how it is" and acting clueless and innocent. No. You remind me well of Salafis with that logic.
 And when someone accuses a Sheikh for listening to Music and mocking him, because of a poem about the Nile River and accusing him writing "Souma" as in "Umm Kulthoom", that shows the ill intention. Again, reminding me of Salafis.

A pity you didn't say any explanation like this then.

2 minutes ago, BowTie said:

Well well pal. You got your ways, I got mine. Deal with it.

Actually I don't have to deal with it. What happens is for abusive behaviour you receive a warning. With enough warnings you have your content moderated and privileges stripped. If there is no improvement in your behaviour, you're banned. You're well on your way to that by this point. Your ways are revolting and beneath the scholars you seek to defend. Don't claim love of them and then act like those Salafis, whom you despise, would. Such dissonance is unbecoming and absurd.

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29 minutes ago, Ibn Al-Ja'abi said:

Actually I don't have to deal with it. What happens is for abusive behaviour you receive a warning. With enough warnings you have your content moderated and privileges stripped. If there is no improvement in your behaviour, you're banned. You're well on your way to that by this point.

:sorry:

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It's interesting to see how some like to project themselves as open minded and tolerant when it comes to those who show enmity against Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى), His messenger ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) and the Aimmah (عليه السلام), and yet when the words or actions of a fallible speaker/scholar/politician are condemned or even just questioned they become ultra defensive and dogmatic.

Wallahu a'lam 

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21 hours ago, MohannadAlHamdani said:

Please keep it civil in this topic. My message was to spread knowledge and peace through a respected scholar.

Now y’all done made it into a debate of he’a this and he’s that. It’s kind of frustrating really.

LOOL Welcome to ShiaChat!!!!!

 

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I think it’s wrong to criticise or belittle any of these maraji3 especially the deceased ones I mean honestly as much as I disagree with some of the views they hold, I wouldn’t go to the point of insulting them or calling them names, that literally turns us into hypocrites. As if we’re any better than them 

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You all need to hear one thing from me:

Practice what you preach!

I say this with sincerity, don’t go around with the intention that you love a certain somebody and want to defend them and then use vulgar and *very* defensive language at the same time... it doesnt work like that mates.

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:salam:

Please, @Ibn Al-Ja'abi stop acting like you do not see beyond the long-post-and-quotes strategy. 

All this well documented file against one famous figure -like there might be for any other whom the person disagrees with- and those in between comments about the 'criminal Assad' and 'Hiding Coward Nasrallah'. Goes a bit beyond the scholarly approach doesn't it ?

And at ShiaChat we should not denounce that attitude ? Rather we should defend the right, much more vicious, to insult openly popular and political figures,for the sake of some Members (in this case @Simon the Canaanite but there have been many like him) who do not actually seem that much into Forum stuff except for posting sulfurous stuff, stepping back and watching people dispute, probably jubilating about their smart yet full of akhlaaq sense of discussion.

No biggie here !

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1 hour ago, realizm said:

'criminal Assad' and 'Hiding Coward Nasrallah'. Goes a bit beyond the scholarly approach doesn't it ?

First of all, I never called him a coward. And I never intended for the word “hiding” to be disrespectful. Dʾibil ʿal-Ḵḫuzāʾi went into hiding, and he’s a respected poet.

I, for one, respect their struggle against Israel, and their work on keeping their country safe, but I can’t agree on everything.

1 hour ago, realizm said:

'criminal Assad'

Is Assad a scholar now or what?

8 hours ago, BowTie said:

And when someone accuses a Sheikh for listening to Music and mocking him, because of a poem about the Nile River and accusing him writing "Souma" as in "Umm Kulthoom", that shows the ill intention. Again, reminding me of Salafis.

The muḥāqiq and shāriḥ of the diwan, Sāmir Shāyḵḫ ʿal-Ārḍh is the one that said, that “Soūmā” is Umm Kulthūm’s name, not me.

Look at the third footnote.

سومة: أم كلثوم، المطربة التي سُمِّيت في القرن العشرين كوكب الشرق لعظمة صوتها وسحر غنائها وتمثيلها ظاهرة فنية فريدة في عصرها

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I want everyone here to read this. This is from the book of Muʾjām ʿal-Ḵḫutabāʾ, page 355, by Dāḵḫil ʿal-Sāyyid Ḥāsan, the student of ʿAl-Wāʾeli.

يقول الخطيب السيد داخل السيد حسن - وهو تلميذ الوائلي المقرب - في كتابه معجم الخطباء صفحة ۳٥٥ 
الوائلي من الخطباء النوادر الذين لم يخفقوا أو يتعثروا في مسيرة حياتهم المنبرية، فلقد بقي محافظاً على المستوى الرفيع لخطابته طيلة خمسين عاماً، أو تزيد، وإن اكتشف أخيرا كثرة اعادته وتكراره لمواضيعه ومجالسه أو دمج بعضها بالبعض الآخر واستعادة الكثير من الشواهد والهياكل العامة بل وحتى التعاليق التي اعتاد لسانه عليها، وذلك أمر لا يخفى على ذوي الخبرة والاختصاص مما جعل الناس تنحسر وتتقلص نسبيا عن الحضور تحت منبره، والاتجاه إلى خطابء مجددين آخرين في المؤسسة الحسينية الشريفة، بيد أن مجالسه تبقى متميزة بطعم الأصالة ونكهة الخبرة واللوذعية وغزارة المادة ودسومة الحديث وإن كان بعضه معادا ومكررا، وفوق كل ذلك شخصيته المؤثرة ومكانته المنبرية المتميزة
وكما أن شيخنا المترجم ثري علميا وأدبيا فله الثراء الطائل ماديا أيضا مما جعله يعيش أسولبا متميزا من العيش وحالة خاصة من التعامل مع أصحاب المجالس بحيث يملي شروطه ويفرض إرادته عليهم بلباقة دون الاكتراث بأحد، وهو يعلم أنهم بحاجة إليه وليس هو بحاجة إلى مجالسهم، حتى أنه قال يوماً لأحدهم على سبيل الدعابة والميانة في أيام محرم: أنا لا أقرأ لك هذه الليلة! وجُنَّ جنون ذلك الرجل: كيف لا تقرأ ولماذا؟! قال: بلى! إلا أن تقف على يديك ورجليك وأمتطي ظهرك على رغم أنفك، حينئذ أقرأ هذه الليلة وإلا فلا
ويمزج الجد بالهزل والقصد بالمزح، كل ذلك شعوراً منه بالزهو والتفوق والاعتداد بالنفس، بينما يتطلع غيره من الخطباء إلى فرصة مؤاتية للارتباط ببعض تلك المجالس دون قيد أو شرط، بل ربما تفرض عليه قيود وشروط فيذعن لها مرغماً دون القناعة بصحتها وعدم الإيمان والاعتقاد بأهميتها وجدوها، وهذا ما يستحيل أن يفعله الوائلي. غير أن له أسلوبه الفني الخاص وطريقته الحكيمة المحكمة في فرض شخصيته على بعض أصحاب المجالس والشخصيات التجارية والاجتماعية وتوثيق الصلة بهم وتمتين العلاقة معم باتصاله الدائم وسؤاله المستمر وهداياه الرمزية وتفقّده لهم في المناسبات الاجتماعية والعائلية، وهذا ما لا يفعله الوائلي مع سائر الناس بما فيهم المريدون والمحبون لشخصيته

ويقول السيد داخل أيضاً: «من ناحية أخرى، هناك الكثير من الإشكالات الفقهية التي كان يلتفت إليها العلامة السالف الذكر الشيخ محسن الشيخ حسن ويشير إليها وينبهنا عليها ورعاً منه وشعوراً بوجوب إيضاح الحكم الشرعي الذي اشتبه الشيخ الوائلي في نقله على المنبر، وهو يحمل إخلاصاً وتقديراً لفضيلته بالإضافة إلى ما تربطه به من وشائح الرحم والقرابة، فهو ملتقى الخؤولة التي تربط الدكتور فيصل الوائلي بخالي أبي فريد الحاج حسون بعد الرزاق، فهما ولد خالة، ومن هنا تنبعث رائحة للقرابة بيننا وبين الوائلي ولكنها رائحة لا طعم لها ولا لون ولا أثر
وقد يشتبه شيخنا المترجم في مجالسه حتى في قراءة بعض نصوص القرآن الكريم، وهذا اشتباه لا يغتفر بحال، ولذلك نراه إذا ما التفت أو نبّهه أحد، سرعان ما يتدارك الصحيح في المجلس اللاحق والإشارة إلى الخطأ السابق حيث لا مفر من الاعتراف ولا مناص من الإذعان إلى ضبط النص القرآني حسب الأصول
ومن خلال تجربتي المتواضعة وقربي منه أنه لا يتنازل لنقد ولا يرضى بتنبيه على خطأ أبداً ولو كان ذلك الخطأ مطبعياً! فمن ذكرياتي في هذا الصدد عندما طُبع كتابه (هوية التشيع) في طبعته الأولى، قرأته وسبرت فصوله وكتبت عنه بعض الملاحظات ثم أحصيت له الأخطاء المطبعة حرصاً مني على تلافيها في الطبعات اللاحقة بنية صافية، وخدمة خالصة، فلم يكترث ولم يتقبل مني جدولة الأخطاء، فاستغربت من عدم اعتنائيه وقبوله تصحيح أخطاء مطبعية لا يخلو منها كتاب، ولا تمس شخصيته من قريب ولا بعيد
أما إذا نقده أحد في فكرة يطرحها أو رأي ؤمن به أو قضية يثيرها فلا يكاد يسيطر على أعصابه من شدة الانفعال والتأثر وعدم السماح في إبداء الرأي الآخر فضلاً عن الإيمان به والرضوخ لأحقيته
والخلاصة أننا كنا مولعين بمجالسه منذ الطفولة المبكرة نستملح ما يقول، ونستعذب ما يقرأ، ونؤمن بما يطرح إيماناً تعبدياً، ولا نعير اهتماماً للنقد أو الإشكالات التي تُثار حول قراءته وكأنه لا ينطق عن الهوى إن هو إلا وحي يوحى

ويقول السيد داخل أيضاً: «للوائلي شخصيتان: الشخصية المنبرية، والشخصية السلوكية، وتنفرد كل منهما باستقلالها وسماتها المميزة وكيانها الخاص. ولا أستطيع أن أتجرأ على تعريف هاتين الشخصيتين بتعبير ملائم ومنسجم، ولم أجد عبارة تقويمية حقيقية أنسب من العبارة التي أطلقها بصدق وإخلاص الفقيد الراحل سيد العلم والتحقيق السيد عبد الزهراء الحسيني الخطيب على لسان عامة الناس مشيراً إلى شخصيته المنبرية بقوله: على أن الناس مجمعون على أن في طليعتهم - أي الخطباء - من أنسى المتقدمين وبذّ المتأخرين وحاز قصبات السبق وفاز بحلبات الفخر
بينما يقوّم شخصيته السلوكية بما يلي: لو كان الشيخ أحمد خطيباً فاشلاً لحقد على كل الدنيا
ولعمر الحق ذلك تقويم الخطيب الخبير، فمن دواعي الأسف أن يهبط هذا العملاق فيفتعل أسباب الخصومة دون أدنى مبرر، ثم لا تنتهي خصومته ولا يتوقف حقده عند حدود إنسانية أو موازين شرعية بل ولا حتى ضوابط أخلاقية، وقد أعلن بنفسه، وصرح بلسانه في الشريط الشهير المعروف عن الإمام موسى بن جعفر عليهما السلام في قصة كريمته التي تقطعت عينها بحادث منزلي ثم عوفيت بكرامة للإمام - على حد زعمه - يقول في نفس الشريط المسجل: فصرت أحقد على كل فتاة التقيتها في الطريق وأرى عينيها سالمتين، ثم تعوذت بالله من هذه النفس الشريرة 
وفي نفس السياق إذا حضر محفلا لزفاف أحد الشباب المؤمنين يدعى إليه ببراءة وحسن ظن، يمتزج عنده الحزن بالحقد، لماذا يزف هذا ويحضر هو بنفسه مناسبة عرسه وفرحته بينما يحرم من الحضور في مناسبات اسرته الخاصة ومحافل زفاف أولاده؟! والحال أن الجميع في عداد أسرته وأولاده
والويل ثم الويل لمن يتورط معه بخصومة أو اختلاف كائنا من كان، فهو على أتم استعداد لمناطحة حتى مراجع الشريعة، كما حصل في هجائه للسيد كاظم اليزدي والسيد محسن الحكيم في قصيدته المعروفة شباك العباس ثم تشهيره وتقليده الساخر بالمرحوم السيد جمال الخوئي لسلب الثقة منه بناءً على استلامه مبلغا كبيرا يعود لسماحة الإمام الخوئي كحق شرعي من مقلديه في الخليج، ثم ادعاؤه توزيعه على المحتاجين من المهجرين العراقيين في دمشق، ولم يطمئن السيد لذلك ولم يوافق على التصرف بغير إذنه، لاسيما وأن الشيخ إن دفع شيئاً ضئيلا لبعض المعوزين يعطيه باسمه وكأنه من ماله الخاص، فطالبه السيد الخوئي بتسديد المبلغ، فثارت ثائرته وأطلق عقيرته في النيل من الخوئي وأبنائه، ثم سرعان ما تبدل وانضوى تحت لوائهم خصوصا بعد وفاة السيد الخوئي، فبادر متقربا لأبنائه الصغار الذين بأيديهم الحل والعقد مادحا لهم باشعاره ومهنئاً لهم بقصائده المنشورة في مجلة الموسم، لأنه ينتفع منهم في القراءة بمركزهم في لندن عندما اضطربت الأحوال في الخليج، ولوجود بعض المنافع والمصالح الأخرى
وحقا إن هذا الرجل غريب الأطوار متناقض السلوط متقلب المزاح، فبينا تراه يتفجر غيظا وحنقا على خصمه ويطلق لسانه تشيرا وتجريحا لا يقف عند حد، فإذا ما اقتضى الأمر وشاءت السياسة أن ينقلب راسا على عقب فيتحول إلى محب مشفق وصديق مخلص، ولا يسعني استعراض النماذج المرقمة التي أحتفظ بها لدعم هذه الصورة الواقعية لئلا يتسرب شيء من سوء الظن أو الحكم غير الموضوعي، وقد ألزمت نفسي الحياد في بداية الحديث لتكون الدراسة خالصة لوجه الحق والحقيقة بالرغم من جرحه العميق الذي لا يندمل ومحاربته العلنية على إثر جفوة طارئة كاشفتته فيها بالكثير من الحقائق والمزيد من الأرقام دون مجاملة أو ملق، فما كان منه إلا أن استخدم كل ما يملك من نفوذ ديني وثقل اجتماعي ورفع بيارق الحرب وقرع طبول المعركة متجاهلاً كل التاريخ الذي يربطني به
وتتلخص مشكلتي معه بتراكم المزيد من التجاوزات وعدم مراعاة الحقوق الطبيعية، والاقدام على على بعض تصرفات التحدي والاستفزاز لحد النيل من كرامتي ثم الإعراض والجفاء دون مبالاة أو اكتراث بالأصول والحقوق، وحصل ما حرّك الساكن، وقدح الزناد، فكتبت له رسالة واضحة وصريحة ومرقمة أحصيت فيها كل المؤاخذات المؤلمة، ورسمت له كل عمل سلبي مارسه معي ومع غيري، وما إن اطلع على تلك الرسالة الساخنة التي كتبتها ورقابة الله في أعماق ضميري، وإنني لم أفتر عليه حرفاً واحداً فيها، حتى توترت أعصابه وانتفخت أوداجه غيظاً وحنقاً، فكتب الكتائب وعقد الألوية وأضرم نيران الحرب والضروس بما أوتي من براعة ونفوذ، وساندته حفنه من المتصيدين بالماء العكر، وباركت ظلمه شرذمة من اللصوص والسماسرة، وتزلفت إليه طائفة من أنصاف الرجال، بينما وقف الآخرون موقف المتفرج حتى اتسع الخرق وتعذر الرتق، فتحكم الشيخ بشبكة علاقاته الاجتماعية وكثف الاتصالات المشبوهة معها لتجنيدها في معسكره المعتدي والقيام بحملة واسعة ضد تلميذ من تلامذته المخلصين (ولا تحسبن الله غافلاً عما يفعل الظالمون) ولو شئت لألقيت حبلها على غاربها وسقيت أولها بكأس آخرها لولا حضور الحاضر، ومراعاة أصول الاحترام وما تقتضيه قواعد الصبر والتحمل 
وتزول الغرابة في هذا السلوك إذا عرفنا أن الرجل لم تكن علاقته طيبة ومستقرة حتى مع أبيه وولده الأكبر، ولعل من أطرف الصور ما نقله الخطيب الشيخ يوسف دكسن عن ذكرياته القديمة في النجف أن كان بصحبة والده الشيخ يحيى الدكسن، وكان من زملاء الشيخ حسون الوائلي (والد أحمد الوائلي) وله معه صحبة وميانة. يقول الشيخ يوسف: ولما ارتديت الزي الديني قدمني والدي لصديقه الوائلي قائلاً هذا ولدي الشيخ يوسف قد اعتمر العمامة وسلك طريق الخطابة، يقول: فوثب الشيخ حسون رحمه الله وقال بمرارة وألم : لا خير فيه إن كان كأحمد
ويقول الحجة المرحوم السيد عبد الزهراء الحسيني الخطيب: اتصلت بالشيخ حسون الوائلي وكلمته بما يشبه العتاب: لماذا الإعراض والجفوة بينك وبين ولدك الشيخ أحمد وهو من مفاخر الخطباء؟ فغضب وزمجر في وجهي وانتفض قائلاً: (كلكم...) كذا، ثم تركني ومضى 
ومن أحدث الشواهد في هذا الصدد ما نقله أحد الأصدقاء المعاصرين، قال: بعد أن توثقت علاقتي مؤخرا بالشيخ أحمد على أثر تزويج ولده سمير وإنجابه طفلاً، أخذته إلى بيته للسلام عليه فقط بعد جفوة وقطيعة دامت العمر كله، وأبقيته خارج البيت ثم دخلت على الشيخ والتمسته أن يسمح لولده بالدخول عليه وتجديد العهد به، فأبى وامتنع أشد الامتناع أن يستقبله ويراه برغم ظروف الهجرة القاسية والسنين المتعاقبة على فراقه 
ومن النماذج السريعة موقفه الظالم من زميله الخطيب السيد جواد شبر، وجفوته المؤلمة لصديق عمره الشيخ محمد جواد السهلاني، وقطيعتته المجحفة لرفيقه الحميم السيد طاهر الملحم، ومحاربته للسيد حسين الصدر، وجسارته على الشيخ الباقر الناصري، واستخفافه بالشيخ المهاجر، وتشهيره بالسيد الفضال الميلاني و.. و.. الخ من الشواهد المؤسفة، وأنا لا يهمني مسلسل هذه الصور والشواهد وتثبيتها واستعراضها وتتبعها، فإني أحفظ بالعشرات منها مع كثير من الرموز والأعلام، ولكني أطوي عنها كشحاً وأعرض عنها ترفعاً، ولست مسؤولا عن تدوين مشاكل الآخرين إلا بمقدار ما يقتضيه سياق البحث كشواهد وأدلة لإعطاء الصورة المتكاملة الحقيقية للشخصية المترجمة، ثم لا تفوتني الإشارة إلى تسجيل ظلامتي التي طوق بها عنقه، بتتبع مجالسي وعلاقاتي الاجتماعية ومحاربته لموارد رزقي ومعيشة أطفالي وعائلتي، دون وازع من ضمير أو رادع من دين أو ضابط من خلق، أسجل هذا للتاريخ وأرفع ظلامتي بوجهه مطالبا بحقي يوم نفد على الله، ولئن أحاط نفسه بالغوغاء والإمعات والنفعيين والسذج والأبرياء في تعامله وظلمه فلن يستطيع أن ينتفع من هؤلاء شيئا يوم تبلى السرائر ويعض الظالم على يديه.. ويقول: يا ويلتى ليتني لم أتخذ فلاناً خليلاً 
ولئن توفرت عوامل الصفح والعفو في يوم من الأيام عما قام به تجاهي، فإني لن أعفو عن الذين وقفوا يشدون أزره ويساندون ظلمه من أنصاف الأميين المذبذبين والمرتزقة النفعيين، ولا أنسى تطوعهم بخسة ودناءة نيابة عنه في التهريج والضجيج والبغي والعدوان بجهل وحماقة، وصلف وصفاقة، وعلى الباغي تدور الدوائر

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:salam:

Just going to leave this here:
[Shakir 16:125] Call to the way of your Lord with wisdom and goodly exhortation, and have disputations with them in the best manner; surely your Lord best knows those who go astray from His path, and He knows best those who follow the right way.
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16 hours ago, Simon the Canaanite said:

First of all, I never called him a coward. And I never intended for the word “hiding” to be disrespectful. Dʾibil ʿal-Ḵḫuzāʾi went into hiding, and he’s a respected poet.

I, for one, respect their struggle against Israel, and their work on keeping their country safe, but I can’t agree on everything.

Is Assad a scholar now or what?

As I said. Perfect display of akhlaaq but what about your speech.

Why even mentioning him being hiding then ? Like if he weren't, you would have been able to cut his tongue off as brother @BowTie suggested ? :rolleyes:

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10 hours ago, Simon the Canaanite said:

The muḥāqiq and shāriḥ of the diwan, Sāmir Shāyḵḫ ʿal-Ārḍh is the one that said, that “Soūmā” is Umm Kulthūm’s name, not me.

Look at the third footnote.

Salam mentioning a name or quote from other religions or figures doesn’t prove that he accepts whole of their idea & action even Imam Ali (عليه السلام) & Prophet Muhammad (pbu) were using quotes from ignorance time or were referring to good deeds of non believers that Prophet Muhammad (pbu) endoreced people like as ‘Hatam tai’ that was example of generosity between Arabs even he doesn’t accept Islam & in Nahjul balaqa is full of quotes & poems from ignorance time that was still popular between people after acceptance of Islam that sheikh Dr. Waeli praises attribute of Um kulthum in specific condition or refers to other religions symbols & beliefs to make it understanding for all people that were from different sects & religions but you like as Akhbaris with narrow understanding just see text & don’t understand meaning & intention behind the word , if we had same mindset as you & your cult we even were announcing our Imams as disbelievers Nauzubillah    (I take refugee to Allah) as like as your cult declares all scholars & Marajas as disbelievers by their mentioning to other religions beliefs in their works & speeches .

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