Ali loved Othman, just as the Sunnis (whom the Rafidah used to call Umayyads, and today Wahhabis) do:
Yes, a good number of rock-solid Sahih narrations (whom Rafidah in their picking and chosing game will never mention) state so. So next time a Rafidi shows you such and such Hadith (like the Hadith in Bukhari where Omar says Ali called him a liar etc.) that says Ali had an argument with Omar, or Ali called Omar this or that etc. then you know how to respond:
The Sahaba (Ahl Al-Bayt included) were human beings and human beings have arguments, heck, the Qur’an says that TWO BELIEVING groups can be involved in a war and fight with one another, this is because NONE of them (neither the Ahl Al-Bayt nor the Sahaba) were ‘infallibles’, they were not Prophets to be infallible in any shape or form, hence they committed sins, but their good deeds were by far greater than their sins, hence Allah had forgiven them and promised them Jannah, hence Ali Ibn Abi Talib forgave his brothers and had (ultimately) nothing but good to say about his brothers the Sahaba, especially the likes of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab.
Everyone by now knows that the religion of hatred and cursing (Shiasm) tries its UTMOST to potray the Sahaba and Ahl Al-Bayt as die-hard enemies. They try to use every narration to
The Ahl Al-Bayt are of course innocent of filth and heresies the Rafidha polytheists ascribe to them, a simply book in the books of the guardians of the Qur’an and the Sunnah (the Ahl Al-Sunnah wa Al-Jama’ah) proves that to every truth-seeking, non-biased individual. CHOSE in which Ahl Al-Bayt you want to believe in, in the cursed ones who (although not in need in any written down knowledge since they are perfect anyway and know everything according to Rafidhi Shiism) concealed essential knowledge because of their apparent beef with some Sahaba, or the real Ahl Al-Bayt in the books of the Muslims who always declared themselves innocent of the heresies the Shias ascribed to them:
How did `Ali ibn abi Talib (ra) distribute the Khums during his Khilafah? Another Wahhabi trait of Ali!
We have two narrations from Mustadrak al-Hakim al-Naysapuri regarding the topic. The Matn of both is similar but the Sanad differs so I will translate one Matn and go through both Isnads. Continue reading
Hafidh ibn Hajr quotes Ali :
ولا يبلغني عن أحد يفضلني عليهما إلا جلدته حد المفتري
“I will lash anyone who prefers me over Abu Bakr and Omar, the lashing of a slanderer.”
[Lisan al-Mizan, Vol. III P. 290]
Hafidh ibn Katheer in “Bidaya wal Nihaya” vol 7, chapter “شيء من فضائل أمير المؤمنين علي بن أبي طالب” wrote:
“You will be called on the Day of Resurrection by your names and the names of your fathers, so have good names.”
(Reported by Abu Dawud)
What about the Ahl Al-Bayt (whom the Shia claim to follow)? Have THEY chosen good and proper names for their progeny?
How many of you have heard the Shia say that Sunnies/Wahhabies/Nasibies/ect. are celebrating the death of Husein (ra) on ‘Ashura?
Yes, they claim that somehow by fasting on that day this is a “celebration”, you see I didn’t know that fasting is a celebration, I thought that playing music in large gathering and drinking and eating sweets is a celebration … but not fasting or praying …
Trousers above ankles, a “wahabi” thing?
الكافي – الشيخ الكليني – ج ٦ – الصفحة ٤٥٥
Kafi by Shaikh Kulaini (ra), Volume 6 Page 455
(باب) * (تشمير الثياب)
Section on pulling/rolling up the clothes
1 – علي بن إبراهيم، عن أبيه، عن ابن أبي عمير، عن عبد الله بن سنان، عن أبي عبد الله عليه السلام في قول الله تبارك وتعالى: ” وثيابك فطهر” قال: فشمر
مجلسي حسن 22/336
1- Ali b. Ibrahim, from his father (Ibrahim b. Hashim), from ibn abi Umair, from Abdullah b. Sinan, who asked abi Abdillah (as) about the verse “and purify your clothes” (74:4). Imam (as) replied: “(It means) Pull/roll it up.”
Grading Continue reading
… even if the polytheists get annoyed:
also ponder over the following, the hypocracy (and crocodile tears) of the Rafidah “Ayatullahs” is a bit more than obvious:
Shaykh of shias al-Murtada in his book “ash-Shafi fil Imama” (4/92) said:
ان الامر لما انتهى الى امير المؤمنين عليه السلام – اي علي رضي الله عنه – ترك فدك على ماكانت عليه – أي في عهد ابي بكر وعمر رضوان الله عليهما – ولم يجعلها ميراثا ولد فاطمة عليها السلام
When ruling passed to commander of faithful, alaihi salam (meaning Ali), he left Fadak in the same place it was upon (during the time of Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman), and he didn’t make it inheritance to the children of Fatima..
Imam AbdulHay al-Lucknawi in his “Tuhfatul ahyar” (p 105) :
It was narrated from Ali that he said: May Allah enlighten the grave of Umar, like he enlighten upon us our mosques. And from Abdurrahman as-Sulami that Ali called for reciters in the Ramadan, and ordered to two men to pray with people 20 rakahs. And Ali prayed with them Witr. And from Arfajah: Ali ordered people to stand (in the prayers) in Ramadan, and he set Imam for men and Imam for women. And Arfajah said: I was leading women, this was narrated by Beyhaki in his Sunnan.
I thought they were evil tyrants an that they were chasing the Imams and the Imams were running away from them and hiding and doing Taqqiyah and acting like ignorants so they won’t suspect them ect… but we see the Imams praising the “Ameer al-Mumineen” of their times, Continue reading
Book: Ilal ush sharae p 276
Author: Sh. Saduq
– حدثنا أبي رضى الله عنه قال: حدثنا سعد بن عبد الله عن احمد بن محمد بن عيسى عن محمد بن ابى عمير، عن حماد عن الحلبي، عن ابى عبد الله عليه السلام قال: لا تشرب وأنت قائم ولا تطف بقبر ولا تبل في ماء نقيع فانه من فعل ذلك فأصابه شئ فلا يلومن إلا نفسه ومن فعل شيئا من ذلك لم يكن يفارقه إلا ما شاء الله.
(Chain) from Abu Abdullah (alaihi salam): Don’t drink when you stand, AND DON’T MAKE TAWAF AROUND THE GRAVES, and don’t piss into the standing water. The one who would do this, would affect with (some)thing. And let him don’t blaim (anyone) except himself, and who would do that, it wouldn’t leave it, except what Allah wish.
Yes, the Ahl Al-Bayt believed like the Sunnis (or as the Rafidha like to say: Omari-Bakri-Umayyad-Wahhabis, what a beautiful chain) do:
Source: Ilal us Sharae p 233, hadith 2
Author: Sh. Saduq. Continue reading
Article written by shia Nader Zaveri:
Unfortunately, as Shee`ahs we hear some of our brethren say “I swear by Fātimah” or “I swear by `Alī”. Even some of our shee`ah scholars argue the “wahhabis” in attempt to prove that it is permissible to swear by other than Allāh. Major shee`ah scholars such as Ja`far al-Subhānī have argued for the swearing upon other than Allāh using the Qur’ān and Sunni ḥadīth.
Click here: http://www.al-islam.org/wahhabism/18.htm
Click here: http://www.imamreza.net/eng/imamreza.php?id=9289
Is this action endorsed by the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام)? What do the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام) have to say about those Qur’ānic verses? What do the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام) say about swearing (taking oath) by other than Allāh? Continue reading