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A’isha’s Jealousy and Surat Al-Tahreem

A’isha’s Jealousy and Surat Al-Tahreem Unlike our usual content, in which we provide refutation upon refutation to every little point that is brought up by Shias, in this article, we will briefly be discussing the jealousy of A’isha. According to the Merriam-Webster’s Definition of Jealousy page, we find that jealousy is described as: “an unhappy or angry feeling caused by the belief that someone you love (such as your husband or wife) likes or is liked by someone else.” To make matters even clearer to readers, we have taken it upon ourselves to study A’ishas behaviour in other hadiths. The theme of jealousy was not uncommon. A’isha’s Admittance of her Jealousy Before getting into that, we remind our readers that A’isha herself narrated from the Prophet – peace be upon him – that he said: “The best from amongst you are those that are the best of you to your wives, and I am the best from amongst you with his wives.” Sunan Al-Tirmithi #3830. Al-Tirmithi authenticates this narration. It is needless to say that the Prophet’s – peace be upon him – had the best of qualities and was revered for it by all those that surrounded him. It was not hard for those that were close to...

Karbala – the Facts and the Fairy-tales

Karbala – the Facts and the Fairy-tales The martyrdom of Al-Hussain at Karbala has truly become a tale of epic proportions. It would not be an outrageous claim if one were to suggest that across the globe there is a continuous matam (seasonal mourning processions) event in which the story of Al-Hussain at Karbala is being told. The tragedy of Al-Hussain is a tragedy without a doubt, though, for the Shia, it is a tragedy for all the wrong reasons, for there is little doubt that Shias have no idea of what truly transpired at Karbala. Instead, they are fed with fairy-tales and fabrications that know no end. We request our Sunni readers to ask your Shia acquaintance to share with you the story of Karbala. There is little doubt that the zealous Shia will take this opportunity to share the tales that he has heard. Then, we request that you pop the most awkward question possible: Would you mind providing a source for this? We are certain that the Shia will have nothing more to say other than: 1) this is what we were told at the matam, 2) everyone knows this, or 3) my mom told me. The Shia has not yet realized the kind of predicament that...

Evidence that Kamal Al-Haydari is a Mushrik

Evidence that Kamal Al-Haydari is a Mushrik   Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem,   This article is very unlike any of the other articles that we have posted in the past. It will solely contain excerpts from two of Kamal Al-Haydari’s books. We will not be including refutations, but simply nothing more than quotes that expose Kamal Al-Haydari as a mushrik (polytheist). The reason we have chosen this approach with Kamal Al-Haydari is because of his popularity with Shias who are unaware of his polytheistic beliefs. We hope that the Shias who read this article will come to their senses and realize the reality of Kamal Al-Haydari after reading this article. For more on this alleged “Grand Ayatollah” and his biography, refer to his English website. In this article we will include quotes that show that Kamal Al-Haydari equates the Twelve  Imams to Allah because they have the ability the control all the creations in the universe. He also equate them to Allah in his claim that they have knowledge of all things. The two books we will be taking a look at are: `Ilm Al-Imam (Knowledge of the Imam) & Al-Wilaya Al-Takweeniya (The authority over creation)             Both of these books were originally based on...

Response to Nebil Husayn’s: “The Veneration of the Companions in Imami Shi’ism”

The following is a response to the introduction in Sayed Ammar Nakshawani’s poor written: “The Ten Granted Paradise”. The introduction, is an essay penned by Ph.D Candidate Nebil Husayn, is entitled “The Veneration of Companions in Imami Shi’ism”. The introduction briefly touches upon the view of Shias in regards to companions and suggests that Imami Shias do not hate all the companions of the Prophet peace be upon him. Most importantly, the essay includes a criticism by the author towards the narration of the “ten promised paradise” that Sunnis accept as authentic. Below, we have quoted the complete criticisms of the author before sharing our thoughts on his views. Sunni hadith literature famously names a list of “ten promised Paradise,” beginning with the first four caliphs, Talhah, Zubayr, Sa’d b. Abi Waqqas, ‘Abd al-Rahman b. ‘Awf, Abu ‘Ubaydah al-Jarrah and Sa’id b. Zayd. However, the report is doubted in the Imami tradition for a few reasons. First, the hadith is considered a “solitary report,” which some theologians did not consider to be valid in establishing theological tenets. Second, the only Companion who may have narrated this report was Sa’id b. Zayd who included himself in list. In the light of the Qur’anic prohibition, “And do not claim purity for...

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