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#121 OFFLINE   Fatah-Momin

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 01:57 AM

By: Brother Efendi

Salam alaykum.


A SUCKLING BABE IN THE GRAVE OF ABU JA'FAR KULAINI (R.A.)

The tomb of Shaykh Kulaini (r.a.), author of Kafi, is situated near the bridge in Baghdad. A fellow from the oppressor rulers thought of destroying the Holy shrine of Imam Moosa Kazim (a.s.) so that people may stop visiting Kazmain. His minister was a Shia (in heart). He became restless to find out a way to stop that fellow from his evil intention was unable to say anything openly because any doubt of his being a Shia was enough to put his life in danger. Anyway, they proceeded to Kazmain with the aforesaid evil intention. As soon as they approached the Baghdad bridge, the minister said, "Here is the grave of a big Shia scholar who was one of the delegates of Imam Kazim (a.s.), and people say that his body is still fresh and that it will always remain fresh and safe. If the king agrees this may be checked. If it is found that what people say is correct then it would not be wise to touch the tomb of Imam Kazim (a.s.)." The ruler agreed and, as per the king's command, the grave of Kulaini (r.a.) was opened. They saw that his body was quite fresh and not only that, more surprising was the existence of the fresh and safe body of a little child by Kulaini's side. It could not be known whether the child was related to Kulaini (r.a.) or not. What is worth noting is what can a soul do. If any other person also comes close to a pious soul it is also affected thereby. No doubt the Holy Progeny of the Messenger are the fountainhead of good and so their corpses are also alive and people can see occasional miracles from their graves.

Source: The Hereafter (Ma'aad) by Ayatullah Dastghaib Shiraazi, p 64.


I remember the fatwa of Khomayni.

View PostUmarBinKhatab, on Nov 24 2005, 03:14 AM, said:

لا يجوز وطء الزوجة قبل اكمال تسع سنين ، و أما سائر الايمتاعات كاللمس بشهوة و الضم و التفخيذ فلا باس بها حتى في الرضيعة "
It is impermissible to have intercourse with ones wife before she reaches 9 years, and as for as all other enjoyments like touching with sexual desire, hugging and placing your private part in-between her thighs, then there is nothing wrong with that, even if it is done with an infant.

I am not asserting anything, just idea.

In some places, in the ancient world, there was a practise to burry wifes with their husband, so they can surve them in hereafter.




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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:26 AM


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If you have grave-worshiping? Ops, sorry! Grave visiting.

Kaamil az-Ziyaarat [the new print](Complete Visitation), it says:




From Al-baqir : Whoever visits Husayn on the day of Ashoora, until he sits there crying : he will meet Allaah on the Day of Judgement with the reward of thousands and thousands of Hajj , and thousands and thousands of Umrah, and the reward of thousands and thousands of battles. And the reward of each of these Hajj and Umra and battles is like the reward of one which is done toghether with the Prophet (sallahAllahu alayhi wasallam), and the guided Imaams may peace be on all of them.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:31 AM

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1. The book called al-mazaar , it says :


Chapter : Ziyaarah [Visiting the shrine] on the Day of Ashoora [1] before the Sun sets , for those who are far or near


As you can see the title has a footnote [look at the book itself], now lets see what the foonote reads :


From Abee Abdillaah : Whoever visits the grave of Husayn ibn Alee on the Day of Ashoora -while recognizing his right- he will be like one who visited Allaah on His Arsh [Throne] !

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:35 AM

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Book named "Kamil az-ziyarat"(Complete Visitation)

It says :


Allaah The Blessed The Exalted created the land of Karbalaa 24,000 years before He created the Kabah. And made it holy and blessed it. So it hasnt ceased to be blessed and holy among the creations of Allaah, and it wont cease to be like that until Allaah makes it the best of the lands of paradise , and the best of places and abodes in which Allaah rests in it His allies.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:43 AM

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This [image] one is from the book al-muqni by their great scholar al-qummi , :
he will not talk to her [the woman] any word ; except that Allaah records a virtue for him. And he does not extend his arms towards the woman, except that Allaah records a virtue for him. When he engages in the sexual act with the woman, Allah forgives all of his sins - because of that. And when he takes a bath [after the act]; Allah forgives his sins equal to the amount of water which passed on his hair [ Equal to the amount of hair] .


Second quote :
The Prophet (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam), said :
Jibreel met me and said: 0 Muhammad, Allah says: Indeed I have forgiven those women who practice mutah [among yout nation] .

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:46 AM

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These quotes are from the book Mustadrak al-wasail , it says :

[this is the highlited text ]


From Saleem bin Aqabah that his father said : I asked Imam al-baqir (may peace be on him) is there a reward for the one who does mutah.?
The imaam said: Yes, if it is practiced for seeking the pleasure of Allah and to oppose fulaan [may be Umar].
And as such he will not talk to her [the woman] any word ; except that Allaah records a virtue for him. And when he gets close to her [engages in the sexual act with the woman] ; Allah forgives for him his sins. And when he takes a bath [after the act]; Allah forgives his sins equal to the amount of water which passed on his hair .
I [The narrator] said [inquired in surprise]: Equal to the amount of hair on their bodies?
The imam replied: Yes, according to the number of hairs [wet by the water]..


next quote : [the first underline]

he said : Indeed Allaah The Most Mighty The Most Majestic , Has made impermissible for our shia ; all that which intoxicates from any drink - and substituted in its place -for them- Mutah.



next quote : [the last underline]

from baqir who said : The Prophet (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam), said :
When I was being taken to Heaven during the Israa (ascension), Jibreel met me and told me: 0 Muhammad, Allah The Most Mighty The Most Majestic says: I have forgiven all [of the sins of] those women who practice mutah.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:56 AM

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SHIA MEMORIZING QURAN

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 02:58 AM

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 03:42 AM

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Book: "Wasael ush shia", chapter Nikah.
Author: Hurr al Amele.

Ali ibn Abe Taleeb (radi Allahu anhu) said:


"Prohet (sallalahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa salam) forbade meat of domestic donkey and mutah marriage in the day of khaybar".


Author of book tried to explain it like taqiyah, that shows us that he accepted that narration as authentic.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 03:48 AM

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To prove that government and authority belong to the Imām (a) is not to imply that the Imām (a) has no spiritual status. The Imām (a) does indeed possess certain spiritual dimensions that are unconnected with their function as a ruler. The spiritual status of the Imām (a) is a universal divine viceregency that is sometimes mentioned by the Imāms (a). It is a viceregency pertaining to the whole of creation, by virtue of which all the atoms in the universe humble themselves before the holder of authority. It is one of the essential beliefs of our Shīi school that no one can attain the spiritual status of the Imāms, not even the cherubim or the prophets. In fact, according to the traditions that have been handed down to us, the Most Noble Messenger and the Imāms (a) existed before the creation of the world in the form of lights situated beneath the divine throne; they were superior to other men even in the sperm from which they grow and in their physical composition. Their exalted station is limited only by the divine will, as indicated by the saying of Jibrāīl (a) recorded in the traditions on the mirāj: Were I to draw closer by as much as the breadth of a finger, surely I would burn. The Prophet (s) himself said: We have states with God that are beyond the reach of the cherubim and the prophets.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 07:10 AM




Allah


1.) He has the Quality of 'Badaa'.
2.) This means he forgets.
3.) He makes mistakes.
4.) He plans but this does not take effect.
5.) He does not know who to appoint as the next message conveyor, the next Imaam.
6.) "We (shias) do not worship such a god who gives authority to r a s c a l s like Yazid, Mu'awiyyah and Uthmaan."
7.) They say "Ali says.....I am the first and I am the last. I am the manifest and I am the hidden and I am the heir of earth."
8.) Shias say that the Imaams are the face of Allaah,
9.) The eyes of Allaah among his creation.
10.) The tongue of Allaah among his creation.

References :
(1.) Usul Kafi- Babul bad'aa - Al- Kafi Vol- 1 -P283 India Ed. ( 2.) Ibid (3.) Ibid .(4.) Ibid. (5.) Ibid. (6.) Kashful Asraar - 107 - Khomeni.. (7.) Rijaal Kashsi . 138. India Print. (8.) Usul- e-Kaafi -83. (9.) Ibid. 10.) Ibid.


New Kalimah (testimony of faith)

1.) Laa ilaaha illaahu Muhammadur Rasulullaah -Alli waliyullah, Khomeni Hujjatulillaah
2.) Laa Illaaha Muhammdur - Rasulullah, Ali waliyullah wazi Rasulullah was Khalifauhu bila Faslein"
3.) - Shia 'Islaam' based on 5 pillars - Salaat, Zakaat, Fasting, Hajj, Wilaayat.
4.) - Azaan is "Ash Hadu Anna - alian Waliullah Wasu Rasulullah was Khalifatu hu bila faslrin"

References:
(1.) Wahdat Islaami - June 84 P1- monthly Iranian Goverment. Periodical. (2.) Ali Waliullah - Abdul Kareem Mushtaq. (3.) Usul- Kafi. 4.) Listen in Arafaat.


Imaamology

1.) They believe in 12 Imaams after Rasulullaah .
2.) First being Ali .
3.) Last being the 12th Imaam
4.) Who is in a Cave 'Surra - Man- Raa'.
5.) Imaams they believe are Masoom- innocent.
6.) They can make Halaal- Haraam and Haraam - Halaal .
7.) They can change Deen- Sharia.
8.) They are born of their mothers thighs.
9.) They have the knowledge of the Unseen.
10.) They say Imaams are higher in status than the Ambiyaa including our Nabi.
11.) No concession regarding Wilaayah- (absolute necessary belief).
12.) If one does not accept Imaams then one is a Kaafir.

References:
(1.) Usul -e - Kafi. (2.) Usul -e - Kafi. (3.) Usul -e - Kafi. (4.) Usul -e - Kafi. (5.) Usul -e - Kafi Vol 1 P225 / Kafi - Kitaabul Hujjuah. (6.) Usul -e - Kafi Vol 1 P225. (7.) Ibid. (8.) Ibid /Haqqul Yaqeen P126.(9.) Usul -e - Kafi Vol 1 P225. (10.) Ibid / Al Hukumatul - Islaamiyaa - 52 Khomeni. Hayaatul Qutoob Vol 3, P10 /Ibid Vol 2. P787. Footnote. (11.) Usul -e- Kafi Vol 2. P278. (12.) Usul -e- Kafi Vol 1. P225.


The 12th Imaam

1.) When he comes he will bring the original Quraan.
2.) He is in hiding, in a cave.
3.) He is alive observing the world, in totallity.
4.) When he comes, he will be naked. Rasulullaah will swear Allegiance to him. (Allaah protect us).
5.) He will first dig the grave of Abu Bakr and Umar ,then hang them on a stake - for all sins of mankind.
6.) He will remove the body of Ayesha and implement the same punished for Zina.
7.) He will then kill the Sunni Scholars.
8.) Punish the Muslim Ummuah.
9.) First kill Ahle - Sunnah, then Ulama, then Kuffar.

References:
(1.) Usul-e- Kafi. (2.) Islaamic Goverment P42/ Usul -e- Kafi P340. (3.) Hukumatal Islaamia -P52. (4.) Haqqul Yaqeen 2/227- 2/347. (5.) Haqqul Yaqeen P 361/2. (6.) Also Vol 2 P 611/ Haqqul Yaqeen - P 347/ Mullah Baqir Majlisi. (7.) Furoo Kafi - Kitaabul Raudah - P 527 also Tafseer Majmanul Bayan/ Hayaatul Qulub Vol2 P 611. (8.) Hayaatul Qulub Vol2 P 611.( 9.) Haqqul Yaqeen- Vol 2. P 527 ASlo Maj Manul Bayaan.

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Posted 23 February 2009 - 07:28 AM



The History of the Shia


The religion of the Shiah was founded by a Jew from Yemen called Abdullah bin Saba'. This religion has started with the assassination of the rightly guided Khalifa Uthman and branched into many sections.

Uthman ruled for twelve years. The first six years were marked by internal peace and tranquility, but during the second half of his caliphate a rebellion arose. The Jews and the Magians, taking advantage of dissatisfaction among the people, began conspiring against Uthman, and by publicly airing their complaints and grievances, gained so much sympathy that it became difficult to distinguish friend from foe.

It may seem surprising that a ruler of such vast territories, whose armies were matchless, was unable to deal with these rebels. If Uthman had wished, the rebellion could have been crushed at the very moment it began. But he was reluctant to be the first to shed the blood of Muslims (especially Sahaba), however rebellious they might be. No one would ever expected what happend later. He preferred to reason with them, to persuade them with kindness and generosity. He well remembered hearing the Prophet say, "Once the sword is unsheathed among my followers, it will not be sheathed until the Last Day."

The rebels demanded that he abdicate and some of the Companions advised him to do so. He would gladly have followed this course of action, but again he was bound by a solemn pledge he had given to the Prophet. "Perhaps God will clothe you with a shirt, Uthman" the Prophet had told him once, "and if the people want you to take it off, do not take it off for them." Uthman said to a well-wisher on a day when his house was surrounded by the rebels, "God's Messenger made a covenant with me and I shall show endurance in adhering to it."

After a long siege, the rebels broke into Uthman's house and murdered him. When the first assassin's sword struck Uthman, he was reciting the verse: "Verily, God sufficeth thee; He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing" [2:137]

Ali accepted the caliphate very reluctantly. Uthman's murder and the events surrounding it were a symptom, and also became a cause, of civil strife on a large scale. All governors gave the pledge to Ali except Muawiya, the governor of Sham (Great Syria). Muawiya declined to obey until Uthman's blood was avenged. His decision was based on the fact that he is not required to obey the Caliph until he (Ali) is able to enforce the rule of Allah. Muawiya was the cuisine of 'Uthman, so he was the responsible of asking Ali to bring the murderers to trial. The Prophet's widow Aisha also took the position that Ali should first bring the murderers to trial. Due to the chaotic conditions during the last days of Uthman it was very difficult to establish the identity of the murderers, and Ali refused to punish anyone whose guilt was not lawfully proved.

The pretext for the meeting of the armies on the day of the Camel and the day of Siffin was the demand for `Uthman's killers on the part of `A'isha and Mu`awiya, but the winds of war were fanned by the followers of Abdullah bin Saba' the Jew, from inside all three camps until events escaped the control of the Companions. It is related that `Ali, `A'isha , and Mu`awiya often expressed astonishment at the dissension and opposition that surrounded them.

After that some Shia declared Ali as a god. He then burned them alive with fire. After the killing of Abdullah bin Saba', Shia were divided into many new sects. Each one has its own Imam.

The Seveners or Isma'ilis, like all Shiites, believe that the descendants of Muhammad, through his daughter Fatima and her husband Ali the fourth Caliph, are the rightful rulers of the Muslim world. Thus the descendants of Ali are considered infallible and as divinely guided as Muhammad himself. This sect derives its name from Isma'il, the eldest son of the sixth Imam, Jafar as-Sadiq. In 762 CE, Isma'il died before his father, which resulted in bitter disputes of succession. The minority of Shiites regarded the old line of Imams extinct and chose Isma'il's eldest son as the new Imam. Thus they proclaimed a cycle of seven Imams, Ali being the first and Isma'il the seventh, and thus the seventh Imam after his line of Imams would be the Mahdi, or Messiah, or the seventh after him, etc..

The Isma'ilis have usually been small in numbers, but well organised and disciplined. Soon they developed into a cult, borrowing various ideas from Jewish mysticism, Greek philosophy, Babylonian astrology, Christian Gnosticism, etc.., When secular sciences were being employed in the Abbasid Empire, the Isma'ilis were thriving, and managed to recruit a large number of followers, who formed a well organised guerrilla army. By combining their scholarly skills and extraordinary underground network of spies, the Isma'ilis established their anti-Caliph in Egypt during the 10th century. They named his dynasty after Muhammad's daughter, and thus the name Fatimids emerged. In reality they are the dynasty of a Jew called Abdullah bin Qaddah, and that was they were called Abidi too. The Abidi State in Egypt quickly expanded and soon the Isma'ilis controlled western Syria and a large part of North Africa, killing thousands of Muslims. They also built a new capital, Fustat, near the ancient Pyramids, which in a few centuries grew to be the largest city in the Muslim world, under the name of Cairo.

When the Abidi dynasty was destroyed by the Abbasids, the Isma'ilis split into two sub-sects, Tayibiya and Niziriya, named after two Abidi princes. The former sect was soon transformed into a esoteric cult, which moved its activities underground and became invisible. The Niziriya sect transformed itself back into the pre-Abidi Isma'ilism, developing a network of agents and spies all over the Muslim world. The best known organization within the Niziriya was probably the drug-abusing Assassin sect, notorious for assassinations all over the Muslim world. Today, however, the Niziriya sect has turned pacifist and increasingly Westernized.

Out of the Assassin stronghold in Syria, two heterodox sub-sects have survived, the Alawite and the Druze. The Alawite sect is militant and combines radical theories from both Isma'il and Ithna Shia. The Druzes, on the other hand, have until more recently been more pacifistic, waiting for the return of their Mahdi, the psychotic Abidi Caliph al-Hakim, who 'disappeared' when he burned down his capital around 1000 CE. In the 13th century the Druzes closed their sect, and became a distinct tribe or nation. They serve today in the Israeli army against Palestinian Muslims.

The largest sect within Shia is the Ithna or Twelver, which follows the original line of Imams. When the Seveners chose the son of Isma'il to become the Imam, the majority of Shiites chose Isma'ils younger brother, Muza al-Kazim, as the seventh Imam. The Ithna adopt their 'Twelver' name from their belief in the twelfth Imam, Muhammad ibn al-Askari, who 'disappeared' one day and thus became the hidden Mahdi who would return to earth at the end of days. The 'Twelvers' worship their Imams, sometimes as the incarnation of Ali or Hussain. They form the vast majority of Shiites, including most Iranians and almost 50% of the Iraqi nation.

The third largest body in Shia is the Zaydi sect or the Fivers, prevailing in Yemen and among some Bedouin tribes in Saudi-Arabia. The Zaydi sect is more or less the deification of the 7th century Arabian culture, and it fiercely denounces the semi-divinity of Imams, contrary to the Twelver. Their founder was the fifth Imam, Zayd ibn Abidin, who was a rationalist and thus denounced his alleged divinity. The Zaydi Imams are more like Bedouin sheikhs than divine authorities, and thus reject hereditary leadership, and are only visible during warfare.

There are said to be more than 70 small Shia sects all around the world. Probably the best example of these was the Bahai sect, which has been persecuted and refuted as anti-Islamic, but grows fast as a separate religion, basing its doctrines on 'world peace and harmony' and the unity of all religions. The center of the Bahai sect is in Israel!


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Posted 24 February 2009 - 03:41 AM


Story of Sodomy written using Qur'anic verses

Brothers and sisters who read the heading will soon think it must be the jews or christians who have done that. But I believe such thing would not have even come in their wildest taughts. So the question is who must have done it?

The one who did that are non other than the greastest enemies of Islam who know the book (Qur'an) and pretends to be highly respected scholars. Of course filthy Rafidi dogs


And the dog responsible for this is Yousuf al-bahrani (http://en.wikipedia....usuf_Al_Bahrani), this dog is a great rafidi scholar who is well-known for his attacks on Qur'an and believe that it is a tampered book.

In his blind enemity towards the book of Allah he used its verses to write story of Sodomy between a man named abu nuwas and a beautiful boy.

[ الكشكول / ج 3 – ص 83 ] Al-Kashkool Vol.3 page 83

In literature about Abu Nuwas that while he was passing by the door of library he saw a beautiful boy so he said: “blessed be Allâh, the Best of creators.” (Surah 23:14)
The boy said: “For the like of this let the workers work.” (Surah 37:61)
Abu Nuwas said: “We wish to eat thereof, that we may satisfy our hearts and know that thou hast spoken truth to us, and that thereof we may be witnesses.”(Surah 5:113)
The boy said: “You will not attain unto piety until you spend of that which you love.”(Surah 3:92)
Abu Nuwas said: “So appoint a meeting between us and you, which neither we nor thou shall fail to keep, at a convenient place.”(Surah 20:58)
The boy said: “Your appointed meeting is the day of the festival, and let the people assemble when the sun has risen (forenoon).”(Surah 20:59)
So Abu Nuwas waited till Friday and when he came he saw the boy playing with children.
So Abu Nuwas said: “And who fulfill their covenant when they make it.”(Surah 2:177)
So the boy walked along with Abu Nuwas into a hidden room.
Abu Nuwas felt ashamed to ask the boy to sleep
Abu Nuwas said: “Those who remember Allâh (always, and in prayers) standing, sitting, and lying down on their sides.”(Surah 3:191)
The boy said: “Embark therein, in the Name of Allâh will be its moving course and its resting anchorage.”(Surah 11:4)
So Abu Nuwas mounted upon the kid and hurt him !!!!!!
So the boy said: “Verily! Kings, when they enter a town (country), they despoil it, and make the most honourable amongst its people low.”(Surah 27:34)
And close to them there was an old man listening to the speech of the kid and Abu Nuwas and seeing what they were doing. So directing his speech to Abu Nuwas he said:
“Then eat thereof and feed therewith the poor unfortunate.”(Surah 22:28)
The boy replied: “Allâh burdens not a person beyond his scope.”(Surah 2:286)

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 09:25 PM

Al-Kafi said:

عن محمد بن عيسى قال : كتبت إلى أبي الحسن علي بن محمد عليهما السلام : جعلني الله فداك يا سيدي قد روي لنا : أن الله في موضع دون موضع على العرش استوى ، وأنه ينزل كل ليلة في النصف الاخير من الليل إلى السماء الدنيا ، وروي : أنه ينزل عشية عرفة ثم يرجع إلى موضعه ، فقال بعض مواليك في ذلك : إذا كان في موضع دون موضع ، فقد يلاقيه الهواء ويتكنف عليه والهواء جسم رقيق يتكنف على كل شئ بقدره ، فكيف يتكنف عليه جل ثناؤه على هذا المثال ؟

فوقع عليه السلام : "علم ذلك عنده وهو المقدر له بما هو أحسن تقديرا واعلم أنه إذا كان في السماء الدنيا فهو كما هو على العرش ، والاشياء كلها له سواء علما وقدرة وملكا وإحاطة . "

Narrated Muhammad Ibn Essa said: I wrote to Abu Al-Hassan Ali Ibn Muhammad (a.s) [i.e the 10th Imam]: May Allah make me your ransom, o my lord, it has been narrated to is that Allah is in a place and not in the other and that He established Himself above the throne, and that He descends every night, in the last half of every night to the lower sky, and it narrated that He descends on the eve of Arafa and then returns to His place, so some of those loyal to you said: If He is in a place and not in the other, then air might encompass, for air is a light/thin body that encompasses everything accordingly, so how does it encompass Him - Praised be He- as such?

He (a.s) wrote: " The knowledge of that is with Him and He is the Measurer / the Planner for it with the best measure / plan. You should know that while being in the lower sky , He is as He is above the Throne, and everything to Him is equal in terms of Knowledge , Power , Sovereignty and Encompassing."


One notices that when the person asking tried to discuss the how of descent, and he tried to imagine the descent of Allah as that of humans , thus thinking that air would encompass Him, the 10th Imam rebuked him and told him that the knowledge of the how is only known to image015.gif. He is the measurer / planner of this descent with the best of measure / plan according to His Majesty , Greatness and Completness. He also told him that even when He is in the lower sky then the throne is not devoid of him, and that He is above it in all circumstances, and none of His creations cover Him or becomes above Him - Praise be to Him-.

The 10th Imam also explained that Allah's knowledge, His Power and Sovereignty over His creation is not increased by His descent rather all things to that effect are equal.

The one who asked this question made tashbeeh (i.e resembled Allah to His creation) before asking, and he tried to imagine the descent of Allah , but the poor guy did not realize that he cannot realize the attributes of Allah by his limited brain. One cannot even realize the attributes of Allah's creation , for example His Throne, not to go as far as trying to realize the attributes of Allah -tala-. According to the hadith the seven skies and the seven layers of earth when compared to the Chair/Stool are like a bracelet in a vast desert. Furthermore, the Chair / Stool when compared to the Throne is like a bracelet in a vast desert, and Allah is Greater than all of this. So before one of us tries to imagine the attributes of Allah, let him try to understand the reality of the Throne and he will never be able , because it is beyond one's imagination. How is one of us compared to the seven skies that will be rolled up in His right hand, or how can he compare himself to the whole earth which shall be in His grip on the day of resurrection [39:67]!!

Glorified is Allah above our limited comprehension and faulty understanding.

And today with exploration of outer space and discovery of the vast distances between galaxies that are millions of light kms apart, even though these galaxies that we are able to see are but a straw in the lower sky, all of this should help a human being realise that his weak brain cannot imagine nor encompass this lower sky, not to mention the seven skies, and not to mention the Chair and not to mention the Throne, so how can it be that he would want to imagine and implore upon Allah -tala- Himself!!

May Allah shower His mercies on those who know their limits, and understand the simplicity of their brains and accept what Allah -tala- attributed to Himself or what His Prophet [saw]  attributed to Him without negation or change.

And peace be upon His Prophet Muhammad[saw] , his household and his companions.


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Posted 15 March 2009 - 09:30 PM

By: Efendi

Author: Mohammad Bagir Majlisi.
Book: Kitab al-gayba p 138
Chapter: His Color and his Physique.


        التاسع: في صفة لونه وجسمه. بإسناده عن حذيفة قال: قال رسول الله(ص): المهدي رجل من ولدي لونه لون عربي وجسمه جسم إسرائيلي على خده الايمن خال كأنه كوكب دري يملأ الأرض عدلاً كما ملئت جورا يرضى في خلافته أهل الارض وأهل السماء والطير في الجو.
        9. His Color and his Physique. Hudhaifa says, The Messenger of Allah (sallalahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa salam) said, The Mahdi is a man from my progeny. His color is an Arabic color and his body is an Israelite body. There is a mole on his right cheek, like a glittering star. He will fill the earth with equity and justice as it will be full of oppression. The dwellers of the heavens and the earth and birds of the sky will be happy in his rule.


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Posted 25 March 2009 - 05:18 AM

Why Do Shia perform Matam: After the death of Imam Hussien[as] Shia of Kufa realized the grave sin they have commited



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Posted 30 March 2009 - 12:10 AM

Hz. Ali[ra] on people who fought against him
By: Brother Efendi

Majleese reported in "Biharal anwar" 32/324, that imam Jafar as-Sadik ra.gif said:

إن عليا لم يكن ينسب أحدا من أهل حربه إلى الشرك ولا إلى النفاق ولكنه كان يقول: هم أخواننا بغوا علينا
"Ale didn't attributed anyone from those who fought against to shirk or hypocrisy, but he said: "The are our brothers, which rebel against us".


Ale ibn Abe Taleb ra. said regarding army of Moawiya ra.gif in "Nahjul-balaga":
"The thing began in this way: We and the Syrians were facing each other while we had common faith in one Allah, in the same Prophet and on the same principles and canons of religion. So far as faith in Allah and the Holy Prophet was concerned we never wanted them (the Syrians) to believe in anything over and above or other than what they were believing in and they did not want us to change our faith. Both of us were united on these principles. The point of contention between us was the question of the murder of Uthman. It had created the split. They wanted to lay the murder at my door while I am actually innocent of it."
http://al-islam.org/nahjul/letters/letter58.htm#letter58


16490 - أخبرنا أبو عبد الله الحافظ أنبأ أبو الوليد الفقيه ثنا الحسن بن سفيان ثنا أبو بكر بن أبي شيبة ثنا يزيد بن هارون عن شريك عن أبي العنبس عن أبي البختري قال سئل علي رضي الله عنه عن أهل الجمل أمشركون هم قال من الشرك فروا قيل أمنافقون هم قال إن المنافقين لا يذكرون الله إلا قليلا قيل فما هم قال إخواننا بغوا علينا

Source: Beykhake "Sunnan al-kubra" vol 8, p 173. Tahkeek by Muhammad AbdulQader Ata.


"(Chain) Abu Bukhture asked Ale (r.a) about people of Jamal. "Are they mushreeks?". He replied: "They ran from shirk". Then i asked: "Are they hypocrites?" He replied: "Hypocrites use to mention Allah seldom". He was asked: "Then who are they?". Ale ra.gif replied: "They are our brothers that rebel against us".

This narration was also reported:
37763 - حدثنا يزيد بن هارون عن شريك عن أبي العنبس عن أبي البختري قال سئل علي عن أهل الجمل قال قيل أمشركون هم قال من الشرك فروا قيل أمنافقون هم قال إن المنافقين لا يذكرون الله إلا قليلا قيل إخواننا بغوا علينا

"Mosannaf" ibn Abu Shayba, Maktabatul Rashid-Riad 1409



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Posted 30 March 2009 - 12:28 AM

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Allama Hasan Musa Naubahti in his book "Firag ush shia" wrote:

"Some knowlegable people from companions of Ali  said that: "Abdulla ibn Saba was yahudi who accepted islam. He was supporter of Ali . While a Jew, he propounded the exaggerative notion that Yusha ibn Nun was divinely appointed to succeed Prophet Musa, after accepting islam, he adopted a similar stance with regard to `Ali in relation to the Holy Prophet (after his death). He (ibn Saba) was the first man who told that believe in imamat of Ali is obligatory, and he openly vitriolated his enemies (i.e. the first three Caliphs) and branded them as infidels. That is why those who opposses to shia say:"The origin of Shi'ism is thus based on Judaism""

2) Allama Mulla Bagir Majlisi in his book "Biharul anwar" (25/287) wrote something simmular:
أهل العلم أن عبدالله بن سبا كان يهوديا فأسلم ووالى عليا عليه السلام وكان يقول وهو على يهوديته في يوشع بن نون وصي موسى بالغلو فقال في إسلامه بعد وفاة رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله في علي عليه السلام مثل ذلك .
وكان أول ( 3 ) من أشهر بالقول بفرض إمامة علي عليه السلام وأظهر البراءة من أعدائه وكاشف مخالفيه وأكفرهم ( 4 ) ، فمن ههنا قال من خالف الشيعة : أصل التشيع والرفض مأخوذ من اليهودية
http://al-shia.com/html/ara/books/behar/behar25/a29.html
"Some scholars have asserted that ibn Saba was a Jew who accepted Islam and started voicing his opinion of the `wilayat' (divine appointment) of `Ali. While a Jew, he propounded the exaggerative notion that Yusha ibn Nun was divinely appointed to succeed Prophet Musa, he thus adopted a similar stance with regard to `Ali in relation to the Holy Prophet. He was the first to subscribe to the belief of Imamate, and he openly vitriolated his enemies (i.e. the first three Caliphs) and branded them as infidels. That is why those who opposses to shia say that: The origin of Shi'ism is thus based on Judaism."


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Posted 30 March 2009 - 12:33 AM

Sahaba turned Murtad, Shia belief

"Sheyh Kashi narrated that Muhamad Bagir (a.s) told:"Everyone became murtad exept three (Salman, Abu Zarr, Migdad)"". Abbas Gummi "Prophet" p221,"Andisheye-hadi" publishing house.


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And text in azeri.
http://forum.bakililar.az/index.php?act=At...e=post&id=21185


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Posted 30 March 2009 - 12:37 AM

Shia can contract Mutah with Fire worshiper[Majoosie]


Shaykh At Taifa Tusi narrated in "Istibsar" vol 3 p 144:
11 عنه عن أبي عبدالله البرقي عن ابن سنان عن منصور الصيقل عن أبي عبدالله (ع) قال: لا بأس بالرجل أن يتمتع بالمجوسية.

"Abu Abdallah said:" There is no problem for man to make muta with zoroastrian".



http://al-shia.com/html/ara/books/estebsar-3/a93.html






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