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In the Name of God بسم الله

Iran and the Great War / Sheikh Imran Hosein / 34 min

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Salam there will be a great war between  cursed Sufyani (la) & his two rival armies which all them are anti shia , so therefore according to advise of Imam  Sadiq (عليه السلام) about war in Qirqisia  ,shias must not involve in this war until Sufyani  defeats his two other rival then conquers area between Palestine  & Iraq which after swallowing  half of his army between Medina & Mecca a coalition  of Yemenis  & Iranian  army will defeat him& his army at the conqured region by cursed  Sufyani (la) which any great  wars that Sunnis are engaging  in It before reappearance  of Imam Mahdi (aj) in name of Malhama in any region especially  in Shaam (Syria) or Indian  subcontinet  for causing war between Pakistan  & India are for distraction of Shias & weakening  us .Therefre no shia group or person especially  Iran must involvs in these fake Malhama   wars.

 

 

https://www.mepanews.com/interview-with-malhama-tactical-leader-ali-shishani-42881h.htm

 

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On 9/16/2021 at 12:34 AM, 313_Waiter said:

What is the Shia perspective on the Malhama? Is it before or after the rise of the Qa’im (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف)?

I believe more-or-less the same as the Sunni perspective—Umayyads and Abbasids didn't mess with these narrations because they dealt with unclear future events and material that was impossible to interpret—I'm not 100% about the chronology and duration of events—my understanding is we will catch a glimpse of al-Qāʾim Āl Muḥammad (peace be upon him) before commencement of Armageddon—repercussion of all-out nuclear war will bring about an intermission of hostilities for 10 - 30 years while nuclear winter envelopes the globe in darkness—people scurry to survive—people then attempt to reconstruct civilization—something resembling the Middle Ages but fused with derivative knowledge from our time-period—Moscow (Byzantines) will emerge as the new Superpower presumably— after formulating an unshakable alliance Byzantines and Muslims end up turning on each other—a power struggle ensues as differences arise regarding the trajectory of world leadership—Antichrist arises—al-Qāʾim (peace be upon him) clashes with Antichrist etc. etc.

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48 minutes ago, Eddie Mecca said:

I believe more-or-less the same as the Sunni perspective—Umayyads and Abbasids didn't mess with these narrations because they dealt with unclear future events and material that was impossible to interpret—I'm not 100% about the chronology and duration of events—my understanding is we will catch a glimpse of al-Qāʾim Āl Muḥammad (peace be upon him) before commencement of Armageddon

Salam majority of messing with narrations about Imam Mahdi (aj) has been done by Abbasids & their opposition  from other groups even from Hashemits especially from descendants  of Imam  Hasan  (عليه السلام) except followers  of Imams which we can find fake Mahdis likewise Nafs Zakia from descendants of Imam Hasan (عليه السلام) which even third Abbsid king has used title of Mahdi for himself for opposing  Naf e Zakia uprising according  distorted  narrations  about Imam Mahdi (aj) by both of Abbasids & Umayyads .

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The uprising of al-Nafs al-Zakiyya (Arabic:قيام النفس الزکية) was the first uprising by Alids against Abbasid caliphate. After Abbasids broke their promise of leaving caliphate to al-Nafs al-Zakiyya (a descendant of Imam al-Hasan al-Mujtaba (a) who was given allegiance to as al-Mahdi), he made an uprising in Medina against Al-Mansur al-'Abbasi in 145/762, but was finally killed together with many of his followers. Imam al-Sadiq (a) was against giving allegiance to al-Nafs al-Zakiyya as Mahdi.

However, some reports considered Imam al-Sadiq's (a) refusal from giving allegiance only due to introducing Muhammad b. 'Abd Allah as the al-Mahdi and that he (a) was not against the uprising of Muhammad b. 'Abd Allah as an action against oppression along with enjoining to the good and prohibiting the evil.[7]

https://en.wikishia.net/view/Uprising_of_al-Nafs_al-Zakiyya

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Al-Mahdī al-ʿAbbāsī (b. 126/743-44 - d. 169/785-86) was the third Abbasid caliph who reached caliphate during the imamate of Imam al-Kazim (a). His rule began in 158/775 and ended in 169/785-86. Some sources, based on historical evidence, believe that Mahdawiyya and his father's goals were influential in titling him as al-Mahdi. 

 

The rebellion of al-Muqanna',[26] Yusuf al-Barm's rebellion in 160/776-77 in Khorasan,[27] 'Abd Allah b. Marwan's rebellion in 161/777-78 in Syria[28] and the rebellion of Khawarij led by 'Abd al-Salam al-Yashkuri in 162/778-79[29] happened during the rule of al-Mahdi al-'Abbasi and were all suppressed.[30]

After suppressing rebellions, he sent armies to Roman Empire in different phases. In 159/775-76, he sent al-'Abbas b. Muhammad with a great army to Roman lands and went forth up to Ankara.[31] Also in 165/781-82, he sent a great army led by his son, Harun to Roman lands and they could go forth up to the Gulf of Constantinople.[32] Also in 160/776-77, he sent an army to India via sea, besieged Barbad and then took hold of it.[33]

https://en.wikishia.net/view/Al-Mahdi_al-'Abbasi

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Murder of the Pure Soul or Qatl al-Nafs al-Zakīyya (Arabic: قتل النفس الزكية) is the murder of a person called al-Nafs al-Zakiyya (literally, the pure soul), which is, according to Shiite hadiths, a decisive sign of the Reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a). The event is going to happen after the Reappearance and fifteen days and nights before the Uprising of Imam al-Mahdi (a) in al-Masjid al-Haram. He is from the progeny of Imam al-Husayn (a).

https://en.wikishia.net/view/Murder_of_al-Nafs_al-Zakiyya

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18 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

Salam majority of messing with narrations about Imam Mahdi (aj) has been done by Abbasids & their opposition  from other groups even from Hashemits especially from descendants  of Imam  Hasan  (عليه السلام) except followers  of Imams which we can find fake Mahdis likewise Nafs Zakia from descendants of Imam Hasan (عليه السلام) which even third Abbsid king has used title of Mahdi for himself for opposing  Naf e Zakia uprising according  distorted  narrations  about Imam Mahdi (aj) by both of Abbasids & Umayyads

 وَعَلَيْكُمُ ٱلسَّلَامُ Yes, unfortunately there have been opportunists throughout Islamic history who have swiped the title 'Mahdi' to boost their own political agenda—sometimes sincere rebel groups seeking to empower positive change and attract more adherents to their movement(s) would use the epithet of 'Mahdi'—the first Fatimid caliph and immediate successor caliphs used the designation 'Mahdi' for example—also, Husayn ibn Qasim Ayani, was dubbed 'Mahdi'—he was the leader of a sect branching out from Zaydiyyah called "Husayniyyah". His followers denied his death and believed that he would arise in the future—this subsect isn't recognized by the main branch of Zaydi Shi'ism however.

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