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Sheikh Hassan Shehate

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The Allamah Shekh Hassan Shehate was born in Egypt 1946 in a family flowing the shafiyy doctrine & was brought up in religious environment, he started acquiring the Religious knowledge at a very young age, his father sent him to Quran class when he was four years old, he memorized Quran by heart with tartil (reading correctly with tajwid rules) when he become five years & six month’s old, then he joined Alazhar & studied many field’s of knowledge, he majored in Shafiyy fiqh field & Science of the holy Quran field, he earned Master’s degree in Quran explanation science, He is also an authority in the Fiqh and Usul of the other three doctrine’s : Malikiyy, Hanafiyy & Hanbaliyy.

Sheikh Hassan considered as one of the highest Sunnite learned man's & Quran scholars in the world, Sheikh Hassan start giving Juma preach since he was thirteen year’s old, In 1973 he became a preacher of the Egyptian army beside his other duty’s as Imam of mosque & teacher. He had a weekly program in the Egyptian TV & he has been inviated by many Islamic countrys to preach there & give lessons in the mosques & TV. Sheikh Hassan known as a honest person so he used to fustigate the contradiction’s, mistake’s & myth’s in the Sunnism creed & propagate to mildness & prudence .

Sheikh Hassan conversion to Shiism began in 1994 when he saw prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.s) in a real vision in his dream & ordered him to follow Imam Ali (a.s) & he saw Abu baker & Omar in a shape of dog standing far away of prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.s) & Imam Ali (a.s) who were standing next to holy prophet, after that vision Sheikh Hassan realized this was a message from the holy prophet(s.a.w.a), so he kept that in his mind & took it seriously & started a deep investigation history, in Sunnism & Shiism creed & comparing the both sides evidences, in 1996 Sheikh Hassan announced that he convert to Shiism & declare the truth through the TV in first if Muharam, after that he challenged Alazhar chief (shekh Dr. Tantawi) & the sunni’s scholars & invite them to a big debate broadcast live through TV to prove for the people the truth & he challenge them too in case if they reject the debate to gather all of them in one place & pray to God to condemn the liars, but the sunnis reject all this challenges & sent Sheikh Hassan to the jail for nine month’s because during that time Shiekh Hassan conversion to shia shocked the Sunnis & lead hundred thousands of Egyptians Sunnis to convert to Shiism & there was no way for the sunnis scholars to prevent & control that fast expand for Shiism creed in Egypt except to keep shekh Hassan away of the people & from media, so after when shekh Hassan get out of the jail they exiled him abroad for some time.

There were many reason’s let's Sheikh Hassan convert to Shiism beside the dream ( vision ) because shekh Hassan from the beginning were disagreed with many sunniest concepts & not really convinced by sunnism creed because of the contradiction & the mistiness in sunnism creed such as there is no authentic source for the hadith's in sunnism creed because most of hadith’s in Sunnism book’s narrate through liars such as abu Hurayra & Abu Hurayra acknowledged by him self that he is a liar [ sahih Albukhari ] & Imam Ali (a.s) announced that Abu Hurayra is the biggest liar [ Nahjul-balagha ] & sahih Albukhari plus the other hadith books narrete hadiths through the enemy's of Ahl albayt (a.s) such as Umran ibn Hatan & narrate through hypocrites such as the jewish rabbi Ka'ab Alahba'ar & the sunnis accept the narration of this people & authenticate it while they reject most of the hadiths which is narreted through Ahl albayt (a.s), other reason was Sunnism tafseer (Explanation of the Quran ) because it’s really contradictive & many verses are mystical for them & cannot find an explanation for it & many verses has been explained wrong on purpose to cover the facts & Shekh Hassan realized that because he were expert in Quran & one of the greatest sunnis scholars, other reason for his conversion is figh because Sunnism fiqh is really contradictive & some time’s it’s against Quran & hadith such as Imam Alshafiyy allows the marriage of a girl who is a prostitute to her father & Imam Malik allowed for the man homosexuality with his slave & Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal allowed for the womans to breast feed adult foreigner mans ( adults breast feeding ) & Imam Abo Hanifa allowed incest….etc, other reason for his conversion where his debates with sunnis scholars, Sheikh Hassan debats with renown Sunni & Salafi scholars around the world such as Skeikh Ibn Uthaimin & Sheikh Sayed Sabiq, plus many scholars ran away of him & rejected to debate him such as Sheikh Abdulaziz Ibn baz & Sheikh Dr. Tantawi, Sheikh Hassan's most renown debate was with the Salafis in Saudia Arabia in Saudis prnice's palace's specially the Saudi crown prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul aziz who become the king of Saudia Arabia recently, Sheikh Hassan has been called lion of Egypt because he never lost in any debate & he always defeat his opponents shortly

Today sheikh Hassan is a renown Shiite scholar in Egypt & he spends most of his time in teaching his students Ahl albayt (a.s) thoughts & propagate to Shiism

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According to the Egypt Today from last year:

http://www.egypttoday.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=4429

"According to Auda, Shehata was accused of trying to organize a pro-Iran underground revolutionary movement. Although Shehata is no longer in prison, he has been forbidden from preaching in any Egyptian mosque and has disappeared from public life."

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Can someone really confirm whether the Sunni fiqh allows such disgusting things????

Not sure, but the way things are in Saudi Arabia, if this Sheikh was to go there in a palace for a debate... i don't think that he would come out alive!

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actually i dont know exactly the reference but there is a sunni book called "Al-Muhala" of Ibn Hazem contain that

well most of the people thoughts Sheikh Hassan will be killed there but alhamdoliAllah Allah protected him & prinice Abduallah was justice & protected Sheikh Hassan

unfortunately two of Saudis Salafi scholars who attended the debate has been killed because they agreed with Sheikh Hassan

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ha.....there is no need for me to read on further after you stated he memorized the quran and enlisted in al azhar by 5 years old!!....what a joke!!...ahahahahahahahahah

scientifically speaking a person's neural cells have not fully developed enough at that age to understand a lot...let alone memorizing the Quran......ahhahahahah!!!.....biggest joke in history....

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(salam)

Hmm, my little cousin is 5 and he knows Juz' Amma. If Juz' Amma is possible, then...

And my neighbor back in Saudia (who was 8) had memorized the entire Quran.

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(salam)

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Have you ever heard of syed hussain tabatabaei? He had memorized Quran when he was aless then four, it was truely a miracle. He could read quran left to right, backwards, up to down. If you read a ayat, he'll tell you what page, what surah, what ayata number, and so on. There are many in iran like that and also around the world. Also, hussain tabatabie has phd degree in many fields!

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I almost thought this story was fake. Too good to be true. Then i decided to google it. It is true. Masha'Allah. May Allah bless him.

http://www.eipr.org/en/reports/04/en5rep.htm

The case of 1996, where 56 Shi'a Muslim defendants were arrested, is the most recent Egyptian case where such a large number of Shi'a have been arrested and charged with political crimes such as plotting to overthrow the government, accompanied by a large-scale media campaign at every step of the investigations. For this reason, it is especially important to document the events of the case; other reasons are that it is relatively recent, and most importantly, its every detail is typical of the authorities' treatment of arrested Shi'a Muslims in Egypt.

The case started with the arrest of Hassan Shehata on 11 September 1996.(69) At the time, Shehata occupied the post of Imam of the Kobri el-Gam'a mosque in Giza Governorate, and was the host of his own TV show, The Blessed Names of Allah, on official state TV. After his arrest, the official press reported that the Supreme State Security Prosecution Office had proven his "leading role in implementing the Shi'a plot within Egypt to propagate Iranian ideology and teach its principles among his circles, and recruit a number of elements to join him".(70)

At the time, the reason for Shehata's arrest was unclear, especially after his having been the appointed preacher at a Ministry of Awqaf mosque, and having had a presence in the state-run media. However, the text of his interrogation before a State Security prosecutor, which was leaked to the press and later printed, includes a reference to a complaint to the police against Shehata filed by one Mohamed Fouad Shaker, a professor of Islamic studies at the Suez Canal University, in which he accused the former of insulting the Prophet's followers and altering Islamic thought.(71) Also published was Shehata's response to the charges, which included another reason:

      […] and one reason for my accusation may be that I had said, in one of my sermons, that the blight of today's society is untruthfulness, and I urged the necessity of honesty on the part of the security apparatuses, indeed every mechanism of the State, and every individual […] After this sermon, I was summonsed by the State Security on 10/11/1995, and I met with an officer, we talked for about half an hour, and that was the end of that […] (72)

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(bismillah) (salam)

The nur of Ilm and Honesty on his face is too bright to be misunderstood by the believers....

ha.....there is no need for me to read on further after you stated he memorized the quran and enlisted in al azhar by 5 years old!!....what a joke!!...ahahahahahahahahah

scientifically speaking a person's neural cells have not fully developed enough at that age to understand a lot...let alone memorizing the Quran......ahhahahahah!!!.....biggest joke in history....

1) Allah swt's WILL is QADIR and GHALIB over Science. Please deny it, with proof.

2) Making the most of the best years. The one who is truly blessed is the one whom Allaah enables to make the most of the best years for memorizing, which come approximately between the ages of five and twenty-three. During these years, a person is able to memorize things very well. Before the age of five, he is not able to do that, and after the age of twenty-three his ability to memorize declines whilst his ability to understand increases. So young people of these ages should make the most of it and memorize the Book of Allaah, because they are at the age when they will be able to learn it quickly and will be slow to forget it, unlike when they get older. He spoke the truth who said, “Learning by heart when one is young is like engraving something on stone; learning something when one is old is like engraving something on water.” The ISLAMIC source

Einstein was born in Bavaria on March 14, 1879, and spent his youth in Munich, where his family owned a small shop that manufactured electric machinery. He did not talk until the age of three, but even as a youth he showed a brilliant curiosity about nature and an ability to understand difficult mathematical concepts. At the age of 12 he taught himself geometry. The SCIENTIFIC source

=> So how did he teach HIMSELF geometry at the age of 12 if, at the age of 5, his brain, ACCORDING TO SCIENCE (yes, that SAME science which was changed by Einstein later on)??

Yes, and people like Einstein were smaller jokes. ATLEAST COMPARED TO OMAR [AND HOW HE WAS BORN]. heee hee hee hee haaa haa haa haa HA

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ha.....there is no need for me to read on further after you stated he memorized the quran and enlisted in al azhar by 5 years old!!....what a joke!!...ahahahahahahahahah

scientifically speaking a person's neural cells have not fully developed enough at that age to understand a lot...let alone memorizing the Quran......ahhahahahah!!!.....biggest joke in history....

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what about the Tabatabai little fellow in Iran, he was 4 not just memorised but also in a kind of sign language.Mashallah. by the way does anybody know where he is?

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actually i dont know exactly the reference but there is a sunni book called "Al-Muhala" of Ibn Hazem contain that

well most of the people thoughts Sheikh Hassan will be killed there but alhamdoliAllah Allah protected him & prinice Abduallah was justice & protected Sheikh Hassan

unfortunately two of Saudis Salafi scholars who attended the debate has been killed because they agreed with Sheikh Hassan

 

May Allah, glory be to Him, bless the souls of Sheikh Hassan and the others who were martyred with him in Egypt, such a shocking and horrendous crime. I saw the video on youtube and its absolutely a barbaric incident.  

Could you elaborate on the said Saudi Scholars who were killed, any details , any articles or books on the same, plus where can the Shaikhs' lectures ( english subtitled) be acquired (any websites or publications).  And overall what was the social impact in Eqypt  of Shaikh Hassans' acceptance of the Shii' creed , since his conversion in the mid 90's , any info would be highly appreciated. May Allah Hasten the appeareance of the Imam (atfs)

Wasallam

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May Allah condemn the killers of sheikh hassan shihata to the the blackest and the deepest pits of hell. May they get the eternal punishment from Allah soon. 

 

May Allah hasten the reappearance of our Mola Hujjat ibnul Hasan (ajtf) so that Allah may exact the revenge from the killers of Ahlulbayt (s.a.) and their followers.

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Everyone, please recite Surah al-Fatiha for Sheikh Hassan Shehata (ra) and all the people who were brutally killed yesterday in Giza, Egypt.

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By now the world knows that in a savage incident in Egypt Sunday, thousands of Salafists lynched and murdered four Shias in Giza-district village of Zavia Abu Muslam, beating them and burning their houses down. Coptic Christians have also been subjected to numerous acts of barbarism and everyday discrimination. Here is Washington Time’s recent piece on this last incident.

In an 
 (AFP), attack participant Mohamed Ismail told the news agency, “We’re happy about what happened. It should have happened long ago.” Fellow villagers observing the interview agreed with Ismail’s remarks, who told reporters that he was a school teacher.

Read more: 

Briefly, several thousand Salafists, led by Salafist religious leaders, piloted their own “Jihad” against the hapless Shias, who were far outnumbered. A top Egyptian Shia leader, Hassan Shehata, was dragged out of his home into the street, beaten to a pulp and then stabbed to death by dozens of Salafists in front of thousands who cheered. Before the executions, Salafist preachers riled up the crowd, portraying the Shias as “heretics” who “spread immorality” in the village. Witnesses said police were present during the events, but did nothing to intervene.

Sad to see that this has now reached a country with strong Shia ties and Egypt, a home country of many scholars and place birth of civilizations, is threatening its brilliant history by targeting Egyptian Shia. The Fatimid dynasty, who ruled Egypt from AD 969 – 1171 and founded the city of Cairo, were exclusively Shia. It wasn’t until after the fall of the Fatimids that Egyptians began to convert to the Sunna, and the cultural legacy of Ahl al-Bait (descendants of the Prophet Mohammad, literally ‘people of the house’) remains strong even today. No further testimony needs to be made of the strength of Egyptians reverence for the Ahl al-Bait than the abundance of shrines and mosques dedicated to Hussain, Hassan, Zainab, Ali, and other Shia imams. In Egypt historically nobody liked or praised Muawiyah or his son Yazid.

Many historians are yet undecided about whether or not the general public adopted Shiism during the Fatimid rule, some claim it was only the ruling class that was Shia, but no one can deny the fact that much of what we call Egyptian customs can be traced back indeed to the Fatimid era. It is hard to miss the Fatimid heritage that is obvious on the streets of Cairo. Moreover, many of this era’s traditions are still practiced. Shia practices such as celebrating Al-Mawlud Al-Nabawy (the Prophet’s birthday), Ashura (commemoration of Al-Hussain’s death), and even using lanterns during Ramadan are still common among Egyptians today. Many of the rituals observed by Sunnis in Egypt, such as the visiting of the shrines of Al-Hussain, Zainab and others, are actually very similar to those of Shia practices.

The renowned Egyptian University Al-Azhar is known for its work to bring all Muslims together, and its efforts to bridge the gap between the various schools of thought did a lot to reconcile Shia and Sunni ideologies.Sheikh Mahmood Shaltoot, head of Al-Azhar University in 1959, issued a fatwa recognizing the legitimacy of the Jafari School of Law to which most Shias belong Sheikh Mahmood Shaltoot, head of Al-Azhar University in 1959, issued a fatwa recognizing the legitimacy of the Jafari School of Law to which most Shias belong. The institution also established a centre named the “Centre for bringing together the various Islamic schools of thought” that brought together several Sunni as well as Shia scholars.

However, all this began to change after Sadaat. Under the Saudi influence, the Mubarak regime was especially intolerant towards Shias, and they were regularly arrested and interrogated during his 30-year reign. For example, in 2009, more than 300 Shias were imprisoned by state security without official justification. Hence Shias actively participated in the struggle leading to the overthrow of Mubarak. During the last elections they supported Muslim Brotherhood in an expression of fraternity with Sunni Muslims.

But under the increasing influence of Salafist propaganda, Shias are becoming a small and marginalized minority in predominantly Sunni Egypt. They face daily persecution and victimization because of their beliefs. Although there are no official statistics about the number of Shias in Egypt, it has been estimated that they constitute roughly one per cent of the population: around one million people. Because of their relative obscurity, and the fact they tend to shy away from public or political activism, they are often overlooked in discussions about Egypt’s religious minorities. Shias say that they are ostracized and persecuted by Sunnis, and that they are afraid to publicly admit their confessional status since they believe it will only invite more prejudice.

Despite this, the number of Shias in Egypt seems to be growing, and there have been several cases of conversion to Shiism. This, of course, deeply chagrins the Salafists and their masters. Mahmoud Jabr, one such convert and the Secretary General of Egypt’s Hizb-ut-Tahreer (Liberation Party) – one of many grassroots political parties that have sprung up since the revolution – says he had his passport confiscated by the Mubarak regime because of his activism.

The tension in Syria between Sunni and Shia Muslims is also spilling over into the rest of the Arab world. Thus the fissures fostered by the Salafists, have been sharpened by the fighting in Syria, which has essentially deteriorated into a civil war. The condition is thus ripe for the Salafists to publicly spew hatred and incite fighting the Shia faith.

Change of government in Egypt was meant to bring much needed democracy and freedom to the country. Shia Muslims, as any other Egyptian, hoped the new government would keep its promises for freedom and democracy. It would become a place where Shia could peacefully practice their faith. However, now, more than before Shia Muslims are being arrested, suppressed, and advertised as Non-Muslim. As the result of anti- Shia movements in Egypt, many Shia-Muslims were arrested and detained for practicing their faith. Muhammad Asfour and Seyed Muhammd are among those arrested in an Ashura commemoration last year. The judge told Muhammad Asfour he had two options: to go to jail or to change his faith. In another incident, a Shia man was arrested for teaching Shia faith. His wife was divorced by court and forced to marry another man. The Egyptian government is violating many human rights articles by forcing Shias to change faith, interfering with Shias’ private lives, arresting and detaining them and also spreading hate messages in media and public.

Although the Egyptian Constitution, under Article 46, provides for freedom of belief and the practice of religious rites, Shia Muslims are a minority group that is not allowed to practice their faith in public or in private Islamic centers. Salafists and government backed clerics speared hate messages among the public to the point where most Egyptians now think Shia are not even Muslim even though they believe in the same God, Quran, practice Hadj, daily prayers and Ramadan fasting. Every day, more and more pictures, webinars and ads are posted on the internet in display of the flourishing anti-Shiism in Egypt.

Sheikh Muhmmad Hassa, a well-known Salafi cleric, states in his TV interview that Hussainyas, or Shia Islamic Centres are not welcome in Egypt. He insists Egypt should be cleansed from Shias. Salafist clerics clearly and openly forbid Shia practices in Egypt. A leading Salafist cleric recently pronounced that Shias are more dangerous than naked women. A recent study also shows that media in Egypt is playing a great role in creating a negative image of the Shias and could have an even more important role in correcting it. The study shows that the Egyptian population has certain negative view of the Shias which may have been cultivated, mainly through the media and, to a lower extent, through word of mouth and various publications as well. The problem lies in the core misunderstandings of the Egyptians about the Shias belief referring to the belief of a rare Shia sect, the Ghurabiyya, which may no longer exist, but their view is generalized to all Shias. They believe that Ali should have been the Prophet instead of Mohammad. The survey indicates that Egyptians’ general knowledge of the Shias’ belief is low and thus it is very easy to kick up a negative perception about the sect, notwithstanding the fact that Egyptians’ view Shia Iran’s President Ahmadinejad favourably and highly esteem him as one of the most unique leaders of the Islamic world. Similar views are held about Hassan Nasrullah, the Shia leader of Hezbullah in Lebanon based on his perceived victory in the war with Israel in July of 2007.

Muslim Brotherhood is sowing the seeds of its own destruction by succumbing to Salafist pressure and Saudi lure (backed by imperialist Western powers). It is about time that the Muslim Brotherhood realizes that it is playing with fire as it cannot own up Salafists agenda and beat them at it. The increasing Salafist influence in Egypt will be a death-warrant for the Muslim Brotherhood and its pan-Islamic ideology. Instead the Brotherhood should practice allegiance to the tenets of modern governance where no government, religion or organization can take away any other groups’ rights. The Egyptian government must protect and defend Coptic Christians’, Shia Muslims’, and all other minorities’ rights. The foundation of the new government should not be based on discrimination and hate, but on freedom and respect. Silence by the Morsi government is clear indication of complicity.

Opponents of President Mohammed Morsi said he was in part to blame for implicitly supporting his hard-line allies as they stir up incitement against Shiites in response to Syria’s civil war. A week earlier, Morsi appeared on stage with hard-line clerics denouncing Shiites as “filthy.” Critics warn that militant Islamists are acting with dangerous impunity.



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