Thursday, August 9, 2012

"And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allaah..."




Assalamualaikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatu ,
(warning, this is a LONG post, but a MUST READ)

Abu Hurairah (Radhiallahu anhu) who said that Allah's Messenger (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said, "The trustworthy ones in every generation will carry this knowledge. They will remove from it the distortions of the excessive ones, the false claims of the liars and the false interpretations of the ignorant people."  [Takhreej: Majmoo al-Fatawa of Ibn Taymiyyah (15/298), ar-Rawd al-Basim of Ibn al-Wazeer al-Yamaani(1/21-23),Takhreej ul-Mishkaat of al-Albanee(1/82-83, no.248),Hadiyy] (Thahdheeb Sharaf Ashaabul-Hadeeth of al-Khateeb al-Baghdaadee [p.57-58])

Ibn Taahir al-Maqdisi al-Haafidh {Rahimahullaah} said, "I heard the Imaam, Abu Ismaa'eel 'Abdullaah bin Muhammad al-Ansaari {rahim'ullah} saying, whilst in Haraah: 'The sword was put to my neck five times [and each time] it was not said to me, 'Leave your madhhab' but it was said to me, 'Remain silent about those who are in opposition to you'. So I would say, 'I will not remain silent'." [Aadaab us-Sharee'ah (1/207) of Ibn Muflih al-Maqdisi al-Hanbali].


" If I were to remain silent, how would the ignorant masses know truth from falsehood?" Those who introduce heretical writings and deviant religious rites contrary to Qur'ân and Sunnah have to be exposed and the Muslim nation warned against them according to the unanimous agreement of Muslim scholars (Ahmed Hanbal Rahimahullah)

It has been brought to my attention, that I need to dedicate a post solely to this issue. 
We find much controversy over the debate of the right sect in Islam. But by no doubt and no debate, following the path that Allah has delivered to us through the Qur'an and Sunnah is the correct hanifa (upright way). Me, just sitting here watching people say that shia are Muslims or that they are still Muslims despite their beliefs, would be like me sitting here watching a murder before my eyes and not saying anything about it. When we see something that is wrong and we do not say something about it, that means we agree with the sin does it not? If someone was backbiting my family and I just sat there and listened without defending, than I would be agreeing with the attacker correct? Similarly, I will not sit here and say that the shia are Muslims, because for obvious reasons stated in the Qur'an and Sunnah, they are NOT part of Islam. 

What does Islaam mean? Islaam means submission. Submission to who? To Allaah azza wa jall. A Muslim is the one who submits himself to Allaah solely, who worships Him without any partners, and those who are brothers and sisters in faith are those who are upon this way.

However, when the shia creed claims that some individuals have attributes of Allaah, like knowing the unseen which only Allaah knows, this goes against the Qur'aan, the words of Allaah.

It violates the religion.What does a Muslim say? Ashhadu an laa ilaha illa Allaah wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan rasoolullah. This is the testimony of faith, however if the creed of the shia claims that Jibreel made a mistake by going to Muhammad sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, and that he instead had to go to Ali radhi Allaahu anhu, or that Ali radhi Allaahu anhu has to be the last prophet, they violate the shahada. If a shia person says I am Muslim, then know that they are not aware of their creed and are probably shia because they were raised with that term. It is upon them not to follow that which they have no knowledge of  ( "And follow not that of which you have no knowledge. Verily! The hearing, and the sight, and the heart, of each of those you will be questioned (by Allâh")). (Al-Isra 17:36))

That which causes disunity are deviant groups like this, they are based upon lies of people and the desires of people. Whereas Islaam - true submission - is based upon the book of Allaah and the Hikmah, which is the sunnah of the Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That is what keeps muslims together, what makes us love each other for the sake of Allaah, what unites us. As unity is upon the haqq and not upon the (desires of) people. 

Nowadays, people are more worried about people, yet when someone violates Allaah's religion, when someone violates Allaah's rights, when someone violates the Sunnah, the Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family and companions, then we remain silent? This is wrong. 

When you look into the books of the shia, their creed, you can even find that they declare companions to be disbelievers. There is even a TV channels now where they have a special day to curse Aaisha radhi Allaahu anha. And then worry about 'calling them muslim or not'? The shias that call themselves muslim should worry about themselves and look into their own religion before agreeing upon that term. A lot of people call for unity, one ummah, but how can there be one ummah when everyone differs? When one declares another to be a disbeliever based upon their rules from their ideology/group? When everyone has a different set of rules, different ways to worship Allaah while Allaah has made clear how to worship Him and how not to. 
When a terrorist says “I will blow myself up in a train in the name of Allah!”, you will condemn his action, you will say this is not from Islam! How strange is it, that once something happens that we do not agree upon, we are so quick to condemn it. Why wouldn't you say, no he is a Muslim however this is just what he believes? Why wouldn't you want to unite with this ideology? You know it's wrong, that's why.

However, when there are many other (deviant!) groups and we are not aware of their practises, rituals and beliefs, do we just ignore that and say it is upon us to accept them and their differences? Without even knowing the differences? One group believes that the Messenger of Allaah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is still alive, and ascends from the heavens to their masjid every friday... Another group has certain rituals where they actually stab themselves. They all ascribe this to Islaam, while islaam is one clear path.



About the Rafidaah (Shia)
Firstly,

Here is a disgusting video of the shia celebrating the death of Aaisha (ra) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Z5uZVjfWzo

Secondly,
NOTE. The following quotes are NOT supported by me, and shouldn’t be supported by you either.
Making Takfeer and attacking the Companions?

Mullah Baqir narrates a story from Imam Zainul Abideen that a man came to the Imam and asked him to inform him about Abu Bakr and Omar. The Imam informed him that they were both non-believers. (Haqqul Yaqeen: 551)
‘All of the Companions became infidel except three.’ (Hayat-ul-Quloob, Vol. No. 2, Page No. 923)
‘Abu Bakr and Omar were more tyrant than Satan.’ (Haq-ul-Yaqeen, Page No. 509)
‘It is an obligation upon every Shia to curse, during prayer, the Shaykheen (Abu Bakr and Omar), Prophet Mohammad’s wives Aisha, Hafsa, Hind and Umm-ul-Hakm.’ (Aain-ul-Hayat, Page No. 599)
‘There is no room for anyone with sound intellect, to deny the disbelief of ‘Umar. May the curse of Allah and His Messenger be upon him, and upon everyone who deems him to be a believer, and likewise upon everyone who does not curse him.’ (Mentioned by Al Mejlesi in his book Jalaa’ al ‘Uyoon, pg. 45)
Rejecting the Sunnah/Sunnis?
‘When Qaem (Imam Mahdi) appears, he will start slaughtering Sunnis and their Sunni Scholars before slaughtering the infidels (kaffar).’ (Haqqul Yaqeen Vol 2, p. 527) By the term “Qaem”, the Shi’ites mean Imam Mahdi, their twelfth Imam. (WHAT BASHAAR IS DOING NOW IN SYRIA )
‘Although Allah, the Exalted, has not created a creature worse than a dog, yet a Nasibi (Sunni) is worse than even a dog.’ (Haqqul Yakeen (Persian) Vol. 2, p. 516)
Distorting the Qur’aan?
The Shia claim that Surah Al-Inshirah (Chapter 94) should contain a verse that says “And we made ‘Ali your in-law” (Al-Kafi p.289)
‘Shia narrator, Abu Baseer, reported that he said to Shia’s Imam Ja’far As-Sadiq: “O Abu Abdullah (Imam Ja’far), what is Mus-haf Fatimah?” He replied “It is a Qur’an containing three times what is found in your copy of the Qur’an; yet by Allah, it does not contain even a single letter from your Qur’an.” (Al-Kafi p. 385)

Imamate?
‘By listening to the voice of a person, the Imams can tell if the person was destined to go to hell or to heaven; they would thus answer his questions accordingly’ (Usool al Kafi, p.185)
‘The Imam possesses more attributes than a Prophet.’ (Usool Kaafi, Vol.1, p. 388)
‘It is a fundamental principle of faith that our (Shia) Imams have ranks higher than the ranks of angels & God’s prophets.’ (Khomeini’s book, Hukuma Islamiya, p. 52)
‘Shia must follow the Imam when he is under the state of Taqiya (lying about his true faith).’ (Usool Kaafi, Vol. 1, p. 40)
‘Imams receive divine revelations.’ (Usool Kaafi, Vol. 1, p. 176 & p. 329-330)

Thirdly,
Who are the shia?

" A clarification of some of the Principles of the Rafidhah (Shia)"
1. From their principles is making Takfeer of the Companions and to attack them.  This is a type of destruction of Islaam, which has never been known except to cause destruction.  This is why they try to convey this Takfeer in the best way they can.
2. From their principles is that Imamate is from the fundamentals of the Deen, which is extremism from them.  The fundamentals of the Deen were explained by the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- and Imaamate is not from them.
3. According to them, knowing the twelve Imaams is from the fundamentals of the Deen and whoever is ignorant of the twelve Imaams is regarded by them to be a Kaafir (disbeliever).
4. The Imaams are, in their view, infallible (protected from sinning) and are protected from any neglect or forgetfulness.  They favour them over the Prophets and Messengers –alayhim as-Salaam.
5. They believe that their Imaams know the Unseen and that they manage and control every single atom within the universe.  This is from the greatest acts of disbelief as they have made their Imaams associates with Allaah regarding the knowledge of the Unseen and the control of the universe.
6. They falsely claim that the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- recommended that Ali -Radi Allaahu anhu- be the Khaleefah.  They claim that the Companions illegally and forcefully took the Khilafah from him.  This claim is the greatest of lies and it is the foundation of their misguidance and their tyranny against the Companions, their Takfeer of them and their cursing them.
7. From their superstitions and stories is that they have a Mahdi from the Prophet’s -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- family whom they await and that he has been in a cave for more than 1200 years who they claim is the 12th Imaam.  This Imaam does not exist, this Mahdi has not even been created.  The Mahdi that the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- mentioned is true, however, he is not the one that the Rawafidh (Shia) claim is the Mahdi.  From their stories is that Musa bin Jafar (d. 183AH)- who the Rawafidh claim is one of their Imaams – said to a person during his time: ‘If you live then you will meet him.’  Since then, 1249 years have passed and they still have not met him.  This is proof that this was a slander and a lie against Musa.
8. From their fundamental principles is having Eemaan (faith) that a person is brought back to life after having died and that, according to their Deen, whoever does not believe this is aKaafir.  Al-Aloosi said in ‘Mukhtasir at-Tuhfa al-Ithna Ashareeyah’ (pp200-201):
‘The Math-hab of Ahlus-Sunnah is that the dead do not return to the worldly life before the Day of Judgement.  All of the Imaamiyyah (Shia) sect and some of the other sects of the Rawafidh (Shia) say that some of the dead will return.
They claim that the Prophet -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- and the one that he bequeathed (meaning: Ali), the two generous ones (Hasan and Hussain) along with their enemies – by which they mean the three Khulafaa’, Mu’aawiyah, Yazeed, Haaroon, Ibn Ziyaad and their likes – and other Imaams and their people who were killed will all be brought back to life after the Mahdi appears and they (i.e. the Prophet -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam-, Ali, and Hasan and Hussain) will punish everyone that oppressed their Imaams and they will take revenge from them, before the arrival of the Dajjaal, then they will die awaiting resurrection on the Day of Judgement.’  May Allaah fight the Rawafidhah.
9. From the foundations of their beliefs is their claim against the Companions that they distorted the Qur’aan.  Allaah forbid that the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- – may Allaah be pleased with them all- distorted even one word from the Book of Allaah.  Rather, those who distorted it are actually the Rawafidh.  How many times have they distorted the wordings of the Qur’aan and its meanings?  Most of their distortion concerns the Ayaat of the promises of Allaah and His warnings and Ayaat regarding the Kuffaar and Munaafiqoon, which they apply to the Companions of the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- whereas it is the Rawafidh who rightfully deserve that theseAyaat are applied to them.
10. From the greatest of their fundamentals is Tuqeeyyah (lying to cover up their falsehood).  They regard it to be nine tenths of their Deen and that whoever does not have Tuqeeyah has no Deen.  They ascribe this saying to Abu Jafar that he said: ‘Allaah -Azza wa Jall– insisted for us and you to have Tuqeeyah.’  They also say that he said: ‘Tuqeeyah is from my religion and the religion of my fathers and whoever does not have Tuqeeyah has no Eemaan.’ [See al-Kafi by Kulaani 2/217-218]
11. From their religion is to build structures over graves, especially the graves of their Imaams, and to perform Tawaaf around them and to seek aid from the inmates of the graves.  They give huge amounts of money to them and take oaths and sacrifices at the doors to these structures.  These are from the greatest types of Shirk.
12. From the important matters of their Deen is temporary marriage – which the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam- only made a concession for when there was a need and it was a necessity.  However, this was later abrogated by Allaah on the tongue of the Messenger of Allaah -sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam.  From the narrators of the prohibition of temporary marriage was Ali -Radi Allaahu anhu- himself.  The Shia made temporary marriage permissible and narrated so-called ‘narrations’ showing its virtue something which both theSharia’ and the intellect reject. For example, their saying: ‘Whoever gratifies his pleasure with a believing woman then it is as though he visited the Ka’bah 70 times.’
They say: ‘Trustworthy narrators narrated from as-Saddiq – alayhis-salaam – saying, ‘Indeed temporary marriage is from my Deen and the Deen of my fathers.  Whoever acts upon it then he has raised our Deen, whoever rejects it then he has rejected our Deen and has believed in other than our Deen.’
Temporary marriage in this form, according to them, is from their greatest fundamentals such that if one were to leave it, it would be regarded as Kufr (disbelief).
There are some narrations from them regarding this, from them is this:
‘Whoever performs temporary marriage once, then his rank will be like the rank of al-Hussain– alayhis-salaam .  Whoever performs temporary marriage twice, then his rank will be like the rank of al-Hasan – alayhis-salaam .  Whoever performs temporary marriage three times, then his rank will be like the rank of Ali -Radi Allaahu anhu.  Whoever performs temporary marriage four times, then his rank is the like of my status.’
This statement of theirs ‘alayhis-salaam’ is from their expressions while, in reality, what should be said regarding the one who is a Companion is ‘-Radi Allaahu anhu-’ or ‘Rahimahullaah’ for aTaabi’ee (the follower of the Companions) and those after them.
This is a brief insight into the Deen of the Rawafidh although their deviancy and disbelief fills up volumes of books.
Written by:
Rabee bin Haadee Umair al-Madkhalee
21/Jumada al-Akhiraa/1432 A.H.
Fourthly,

Here are specific warnings for us from Allah subhanu wa' t'ala regarding sects other than that of the Qur'an and Sunnah. 

"And do not be among the polytheists. Of those who split up their religion and became sects, each sect rejoicing in that which is with it." Surat-ur-Room [30:31-32]

 "And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allaah (i.e., this Qur'an), and be not divided among yourselves." Surah Aali-`Imraan [3:103]

 Ibn Mas'ood said: "The Messenger of Allaah drew a line for us and then said: 'This is the Straight Path of Allaah.' And he drew lines on the left and right of it, and then said: 'These are paths of which there is not one except that there is a devil upon it calling towards it.' Then he recited the statements of Allaah 5: 'And verily, this is My Straight Path, so follow it, and do not follow (other) paths for they will separate you away from His path."

Shaikh ' Abd-ul-Qaadir Al-Jeelaanee Rahimahullaah said: "As for the saved sect, then they are the Ahl-us-Sunnah wal-Jamaa'ah. And there is no name for Ahl-us-Sunnah except for one and that is Ashaab-ul-hadeeth (those who stick to the hadeeth)." 

"Indeed those from before you from the People of the Book divided into seventy-two groups. And, indeed, this group (Muslims) will divide into seventy-three. Seventy-two groups will be in the Hellfire and one of them will be in Paradise. And it is the Jamaa'ah (group)."

The Messenger of Allah said about them: Such people (i.e. the Qadariyyah) are the majoos of this Ummah. (Abu Dawood) 
Once in front of His companion, Abdullah bin Umar (radiallaahuanhu) Qadariyyah was mentioned, so he said: "If I come across these people then I would break their necks." And he said: "Go and tell them that I am free from their spurious way." (Saheeh Muslim) 


Oh and did I mention that Bashaar Asad and his regime are Shia? I guess I should just sit here and twiddle my thumbs and say " sure, he is a Muslim still and so is all his administration!" 

There is no question that these are kafirs. Even though SOME shia do not do the above mentioned, than why are they still SHIA? For WHAT reason in their right mind would they still be shia? 
By me saying "Shia are not worthy of being Muslim" I am only being honest and following the Qur'an and Sunnah in defending the truth and the TRUE ISLAM the way Allah revealed it upon our beloved Muhammad (peace be upon him).  


I lastly leave you with this, the shia slander and hate upon the Sahabah (ansar) of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and here are just a few things about what are said about those who hate and slander the Companions : 

No one should have any reason to slander or hate or bear grudges against the companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Their virtues are many, for they are the ones who supported Islam and spread the faith; they are the ones who fought the mushrikeen; they are the ones who transmitted the Qur’aan, Sunnah and rulings. They sacrificed themselves, their blood and their wealth for the sake of Allaah. Allaah chose them to be the companions of His Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), so no one slanders them or hates them except a hypocrite whose does not love Islam or believe in it. 
It was narrated that al-Bara’ (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: I heard the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say: “The Ansaar: no one loves them but a believer and no one hates them but a hypocrite. Whoever loves them, Allaah will love him, and whoever hates them, Allaah will hate him.”
Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 3672; Muslim, 75.  

If a man who hates the Ansaar cannot be a believer and that makes him a hypocrite, then how about one who hates the Ansaar and Muhaajireen and those who followed them in truth, and slanders them, curses them and denounces them and those who love them as kaafirs – as the Raafidis do? Undoubtedly they deserve more to be regarded as kaafirs and hypocrites, and of not being believers. 

Al-Tahhaawi said, discussing the beliefs of Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa’ah: 
We love the companions of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and we do not neglect to love any one of them, nor do we disavow any one of them. We hate those who hate them and who criticize them, and we only mention them in good terms. Loving them is part of religious commitment, faith and ihsaan, and hating them is kufr, hypocrisy and wrongdoing. 

Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan said: 
The way of Ahl al-Sunnah wa’l-Jamaa’ah is to love the family (ahl al-bayt) of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). 
The Naasibis love the Sahaabah but hate the family of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), hence they were called Naasibis because they set themselves up (nasb) as enemies of the family of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). 

The Raafidis are the opposite: they love the Prophet’s family (ahl al-bayt) – or so they claim, but they hate the Sahaabah, whom they curse, denounce as kaafirs and criticize
Whoever hates the Sahaabah hates Islam, because they are the bearers of Islam and the followers of the Chosen Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). So whoever hates them hates Islam, and this indicates that there is no faith in the hearts of such people and that they do not love Islam. 

This is an important basic principle which the Muslims should understand, namely loving and respecting the Sahaabah, because that is part of faith. Hating them or hating one of them is kufr and hypocrisy, because loving them is part of loving the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and hating them is part of hating the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). 
Sharh al-‘Aqeedah al-Waasitiyyah. 

Some of the scholars explained in detail what is meant by hating the Sahaabah. They said: If a person hates some of them for some worldly reason, then that is not kufr and hypocrisy, but if it is for a religious reason, because they were the companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), then undoubtedly this is hypocrisy. 
This is a good explanation which does not contradict what we have mentioned above, rather it explains it further and reinforces it. 

Abu Zar’ah al-Raazi said: If you see a man criticizing one of the companions of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), then know that he is a heretic. 
Imam Ahmad said: If you see a man mentioning one of the companions of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) in a bad way, then call his Islam into question. 

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said: 
If a person slanders them in a way that does not impugn their good character or religious commitment, such as describing one of them as being stingy or cowardly or lacking in knowledge or not being an ascetic and so on, then he deserves to be rebuked and disciplined, but we do not rule him to be a kaafir because of that. This is how the words of those who were not regarded as kaafirs by the scholars are to be understood.  

If a person curses them and slanders them in general terms, this is an area of scholarly dispute, depending on whether this cursing is motivated by mere feelings or religious doctrines. If a person goes beyond that and claims that they apostatized after the death of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), apart from a small group of no more than ten or so individuals, or that most of them rebelled and did evil, then there is no doubt that such a person is a kaafir, because he has denied what is stated in more than one place in the Qur’aan, that Allaah was pleased with them and praised them. Indeed whoever doubts that such a person is a kaafir is himself a kaafir, because this implies that those who transmitted the Qur’aan and Sunnah were kaafirs or evildoers and that the best of this ummah which is described in the verse “You are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind” [Aal ‘Imraan 3:110 – interpretation of the meaning] – the first generation – were mostly kaafirs and hypocrites. It implies that this ummah is the worst of nations, and that the first generations of this ummah are the most evil. No doubt this is blatant kufr, the evidence for which is quite clear. 

Hence you will find that most of those who proclaim such views will sooner or later be shown to be heretics. Heretics usually conceal their views, but Allaah has punished some of them to make an example of them, and there are many reports that they were turned into pigs in life and in death. The scholars have compiled such reports, such as al-Haafiz al-Saalih Abu ‘Abd-Allaah Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Waahid al-Maqdisi, in his book al-Nahi ‘an Sabb al-Ashaab in which he narrated the punishments that befell such heretics. 

In conclusion, there are some groups of those who slander the Sahaabah concerning who them is no doubt that they are kaafirs, others who cannot be judged to be kaafirs, and others concerning whom there is some doubt regarding that. 
Al-Saarim al-Maslool ‘ala Shaatim al-Rasool, p. 590-591. 
Taqiy al-Deen al-Subki said: 

This refers to one who slanders some of the Sahaabah. But if a person slanders all of the Sahaabah, then he is undoubtedly a kaafir. The same applies if he slanders one of the Sahaabah just because he is a Sahaabi, because this is demeaning the virtue of the Sahaabah and indirectly slandering the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). So undoubtedly the person who does this is a kaafir. Based on this, the words of al-Tahhaawi, “and hating them is kufr” should be understood as meaning that hating all of the Sahaabah is undoubtedly kufr, but if a person slanders a Sahaabi not because he is a Sahaabi but for some personal reason, and that Sahaabi was, for example, one of those who became Muslim before the Conquest of Makkah and of whose virtue we are certain – such as the Raafidis who slander the two Shaykhs [Abu Bakr and ‘Umar] – then al-Qaadi Husayn stated that the one who slanders the two Shaykhs is a kaafir. 
The reason for the scholarly dispute on this issue is if a person slanders a specific person it may be for some personal reason, or he may hate someone for a worldly reason etc. This does not imply that he is a kaafir. But undoubtedly if he hates one of the two Shaykhs because he was a companion of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), then this is kufr, and indeed hating any of the Sahaabah who was lower in status than two Shaykhs just because he was a companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is also definitely kufr.  
Fataawa al-Subki, 2/575. 

And Allaah knows best.

I am not here to argue with anyone nor debate, this topic is NOT open for debate. I am doing my duty as a Muslim and enjoining that which is Maroof and forbidding that which is Munkar. I follow the correct path that Allah has prescribed for us, and if you do not, than May Allah guide you and may He continue to guide us who are on the straight path. Ameen.

May Allah forgive me if I have offended any of you but this is my duty as His servant, if nobody spreads the haq of Islam, than we will continue to live in our deviating ways which will only bring us to our own demise. 



8 comments:

  1. JazaakiAllaahu khairan, very informative post! I will definitely refer to this post in the future when someone asks me about the Shia creed. Their beliefs were founded by a non-Muslim, a Jew and our beliefs are from Allah and His Final Messenger (salallahu alayhi wassalam). It's quite easy to see which is the saved group as the Prophet (salallahu alayhi wassalam) clarified it is the group that clings to his Sunnah. And I have not seen a group more far away from the Sunnah than the Raafidah Shia. May Allah guide them to the siraatal mustaqeem!

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  2. Brilliant! Haha I dont support the shia religion since ayatoshaytan that they support preach and says that Aisha is a kafir women and she is this and that, this is the prophet wife we are talking about. The best women on this earth. Didn't Allaah say in the qur'an that good women are for good emn and etc. Its not exactly but can be found in surah ahzab. This was the sect that made me totalluy confused and that Allah saved me from when I became practising muslimah. And Allaah guide whom ever He wants.

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  3. nooo, shia/shiite is deviant! I hate what they did to sunni muslim. They also hurt our brothers and sisters in Syria (please make do'a for them). Yeah, shia is not one. It has many branches/sects. Sunni and SHia will never unite.
    That's why I really hate when some of my muslim friends think like they are same with us. And even they don't care that the aqidah between shia and sunni is different. They hate shahabat of Rasulullah and too much shia in indonesia is trying to penetrate into society. And i'm afraid people not realize that.. -.-

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  4. Assalamu Alaykum sis :) MashaAllah, you have a wonderful blog. May Allah make your path easy for you.

    http://scatteredpearls-blog.blogspot.com/

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  5. Assalamu alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatu TWINSIE!!!
    As usual you hit the mark spot on Mashaa Allah...The awareness has to be there considering the fact the many non Muslims end up thinking what Shias do as part of Islam and end up making horrible opinions about all Muslims and Islam....MAY ALLAH REWARD you this and much more....Inshaa Allah Ameen....

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  6. Assalamu alaykum wa Rahamatullahi wa Barakatu TWINSIEEE!!!
    Mashaa Allah this post is very insightful and I couldn't agree more about the ways of the Shia...It is sad how to try to deceive and much more, when I was still learning about Islam a Shia schoolmate of mine once tried to play with the facts and tried to convince me to follow their ways...Alhamdoulilah Allahu Akbar that I at least knew a little of my deen and was able to question back...I think this post can create a lot of awareness that is making our UMMAH suffer as many new revert Muslims can easily fall into this trap...MAY ALLAH REWARD YOU WITH JANNAH AL FIRDOUS....Inshaa Allah Ameen....
    I love you <3 xoxoxoxoxo

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  7. Walaikumassalam wa rahmatulahi wa barakatu my lovelies!! Jazakilah kheyr for all your comments and Alhamdulilah for all for Allah and His guidance that He guided us on His straight path and not on the path of destruction and deviance!!!!!


    @ Twinsiepie.. I LOVE YOU MORE!!! MAY ALLAH REWARD YOU AND ALL THE BELIEVInG SISTERS!!! ameen

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  8. Masha Allah!! Excellent post! :)

    This is exactly what I was saying! People are so quick to say the Shi'a are Muslims and so is anyone who says 'Laa ilaaha illallah". But the Aqeedah is so much more than merely confirming Allah's Lordship. If all your other beliefs are corrupted, then how can you still be within the fold of Islam? It is a betrayal of Allah and His Messenger (sallalaahu alayhi wasallam) to say these heretics are Muslims!

    It all began as a political turmoil during the Caliphates and finally some people's loyalty to Ali (radiallahu anhu) led them to claim he is Allah Himself... Auzubillahi! If you look among the various Shi'a sects.. you'll see each of them ascribing various levels of divinity to Ali (radiallahu anhu).

    Lol at what you said about Bashar al-Assad! You won't believe what his sect, the Alawi Shi'a believe. They're very hush hush about their beliefs and even Wikipedia didn't know! There are some crazy beliefs among the Shi'a themselves I tell you! I've been thinking of doing a post about the Alawites, come see okies? :P

    Urgh, and you've also shared another hideous video of these people celebrating Aisha (radiallahu anha)'s death! She is in hell they say huh? If Allah doesn't guide these heretics, may He make them rot in the deepest depths of hell! Ameen!

    p.s. Was the comment too loooong? Lol! I tend to get carried away when I rant! :P :P

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Assalamualaikum, please be mindful about what you are about to write. Think about it before writing and make sure it is something positive and beneficial, otherwise it will be deleted and ignored. JazakiAllah kheyr ! Sisters ONLY! xo