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:
Shia praying in the mosques of the Muslims: A sign of hope or hopelessness !?
In the name of God the merciful and gracious,
The researchers of Islamic sects in our days and those interested in researching the Shia sects in specific will observe the positive image some of these sects try to paint for themselves, the Twelver Shia sect is no different and the image they try to sell in the west is that of a truthful loving sect that works hard towards Islamic unity. When we take a closer look at the position of the Shia concerning the congregational prayer alongside the rest of the Muslims, we find that the early and late Shia scholars present some pretty descent material, discussing the brotherhood between Muslims and bridging the gaps and uniting the nation, they say that their Imams ordered them to pray together in congregation with the rest of the Muslims in the “Sunni” mosques, they will say that the Shia who prays next to the Sunni in a Sunni mosque will be rewarded. Continue reading
On The Relationship Between al-Qaida and Iran by Shaykh Abu ‘Abdullaah ‘Umar bin ‘AbdulHameed al-Batoosh (hafidhahullah)
An unsheathed sword of Allah against the pagan Rafidah – Allaamah Ehsan Elahi Zaheer…and what shall let you know who Ehsan Elahi Zaheer was? Shaikh Othman Al-Khamees Hafithahullah, perhaps todays Rafidah exterminator number one once declared how much a he benefited from Sheikh Ehsan. He was also highly praised by the Ulama Al-Rabbaniyoon of our era. During Allaamah Zaheers final year of study at Medina Allaamah Bin Baz Allah yarhamahu asked him to deliver lectures, a very rare opportunity amongst attending students. During this time his book ‘al-Qadiyaniyyah’ was also to be printed in Madina. Ehsan Elahi however wanted to include on the book ‘Graduate of Madina University’ but at that time he had not actually graduated. He went to see Shaikh bin Baaz who was at that time the chancellor of Madina University, Shaikh bin Baaz…
Unfortunately we can see some of our brothers abusing scholars from innovators.
Muslims should avoid such attitude at least for two simple reasons.
1) Abusing wasn’t a manner of prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam) And we were obliged to take him as an example.
2) When someone abuses scholars from innovators, he can become a reason that innovators would abuse our scholars, or companions and etc.
We have already seen video where brother from Iraq says that rafida use to kill and torture people, only due to they named children Umar or Aisha (see HERE).
Let us see now how two imams from 12 shia imams, named their daughter.
Shia scholar Baqir Sharif al-Qurashi in his book on life of imam Musa al-Kazim, at page 598, talked about children of imam, and said:
Um ‘Abd Allah, Qusayma, Lubaba, Um Ja‘far, Umama, Kelthem, Burayha, Um al-Qasim, Mahmuda, Amina the elder, ‘Aliya, Zaynab, Ruqaya, Hasna, ‘A’isha, Um Salama, Asma’, Um Farwa, Aamina, Um Abeeha, Halima, Remla, Maymuna, Amina the younger, Asma’ the elder, Zayneb, Zayneb the elder, Fatima the elder, Fatima, Um Kulthum the elder, Um Kulthum the younger, Um Kulthum the youngest. Al-Ashnani (an author) has added to them: ‘Attfa, ‘Abbasa, Khadija the elder, Khadija, and Sarha. Accordingly, the number of the ladies from among his children is thirty-seven.
As for daughter of imam Jafar as-Sadiq.
Aisha Bewley in her “Muslim women. A biographical dictionary” (p 7) wrote:
“Aisha bintu Jafar (d 145/762) the daughter of Imam Jafar as-Sadiq, known for her devoutness”.