Ponder over the pond of Ghadir

26631803The Messenger of Allah (صل الله عليه و على آله و سلم) performed his last Hajj pilgrimage with around 100.000 Sahaba. As we all should know by now, the Rafidah made a huge deal about his sermon at the pond (Khom) of Ghadir. They have blown it out of proportion, including innovating an ‘Eid (Ghadir!) to Islam, claiming that it is the best ‘Eid (‘Eidullah Al-Akbar!) in the sight of Allah (of course the day of the so called announcement of Ali’s Wilayah/divine-leadership is their greatest day, not the announcement of the Prophethood of the Messenger of Allah!). The true meaning of the Ghadir Hadith according to the Ahl Al-Bait themselves has been covered in our previous article and leaves no room for doubt for the unbiased researcher that the Ahl Al-Bait themselves where not upon the creed and understanding of their so called ‘Shias’ (followers/partisans).

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No to Ghadir QOM, yes to Ghadir Khumm

ghadirqomAn article unique in its kind. Let (first and foremost) the Ahl Al-Bayt themselves speak for themselves and see what they understood from the Ghadir incident. A call to abandon those who try to be holier than the pope, those who have started a circus-like event (including ‘Eid!) in the name of Ghadir and Ahl Al-Bait (رضوان الله علهم). A call to follow the actual understanding of the Ahl Al-Bait, of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (رضوان الله عليه) himself with regards to the sermon of the Messenger of Allah (صل الله عليه و على آله و سلم) at the pond of Ghadir, instead of those who claim to follow and love them, yet have innovated in their names, a horrendous innovation. A call to believe in the incident of Ghadir Khumm, to adopt the understanding of the Ahl Al-Bait and the Sahaba and to disbelieve in the Ghadir Qom of the Rafidah (rejectionist Shias) who have fooled millions with their emotions, tricks and deceptions.

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Hadith of Ghadir Khumm [A Sunni Perspective]

Introduction

It is impossible to discuss the Hadith of Ghadir Khumm without first understanding the specific context in which the Prophet (صلّى الله عليه وآله وسلّم) said what he said. This is a general rule of thumb pertaining to the Islamic canon as a whole: it is important to know the background in which a Quranic verse was revealed or a certain Hadith was said.

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God guarantees the safety of the prophet but not the Qur’an

al-Salamu `Aleykum wa-Rahmatullah,

The Imami Shia write arguments to prove the Imamah of `Ali (ra) but they also write in defense of the theory of Imamah and try to push away all objections. What you will see in this thread is but one of many contradictions between what they write to prove it and what they write to defend it. Continue reading

Ayatollah Tabatabai’s Tafseer of [5:3]

Bismillah,

One of the brothers wanted me to read TabaTabae’s Tafseer of verse [5:3] famous as “The verse of completion of religion”, and al-TabaTabaei was basically saying that this was revealed about the Imamah, and that this is the last order in Ghadeer Khum and that Allah completed the religion and completed his favor on us by revealing Imamah.
He also said that this can’t be about Hajj or anything else, it has to be about something BIG and NEW and that when this verse descended on that day the Kouffar lost hope as the verse says as they thought that after the Prophet (SAWS) dies there will be no Imams or successors to carry his message. Continue reading

Reality of the crisis between the Shia scholars and the Quran

The Fractious Schizophrenia
(Discussing the reality of the crisis between the Shia scholars and the Quran)

Preface:

The purpose of this brief study is to show the ‘Aqaed(beliefs) the Twelver Shia sect has concerning the holy book of Allah, and how their ‘Aqeedah(belief) pushes them away from this book and alienates them from it.

There is a crisis between the Shia scholars and the book of Allah, a crisis they will not admit to having in any debate or interview because the only thing they care about is to win and look as best as they can in the eyes of the people. this study shall uncover this crisis by exposing the root of the problem, a set of corrupt beliefs that the Shia scholars hold on to as part of their ‘Aqeedah (Which they attribute to Ahlul-Bayt). Continue reading