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4 Shia Scholars vs 4 Sunni Scholars – which one is the sect of contradiction?

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

أَفَلَا يَتَدَبَّرُونَ الْقُرْآنَ ۚ وَلَوْ كَانَ مِنْ عِندِ غَيْرِ اللَّـهِ لَوَجَدُوا فِيهِ اخْتِلَافًا كَثِيرًا

Then do they not reflect upon the Qur’an? If it had been from [any] other than Allah, they would have found within it much contradiction. [Quran 4:82]

Comparison of Shiite Scholars with Ahl-Sonnah Scholars. Shiite Scholars gave different answer to the same question while the Sunni scholars all gave same answer to the same question.

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Shia Narrators in Sunni Hadiths are Not Twelvers

Bismillah Alrahman Alraheem,

If you have clicked on this thread, then I am sure that you are already aware that much has been written by Twelver scholars about the reliance of Sunnis on Shia narrators. Of course, you are most likely also aware that the typical Sunni response is that there are no evidences that these Shias are Twelvers, but rather, are political Shias, that preferred Ali to Uthman, or were those that were critical of the people of Al-Shaam. However, neither of the two sides, in my opinion, have brought sufficient evidence to back up either claim, even though the burden of proof is upon the Twelvers of today.

In this thread, I share a few examples that will be sufficient in proving that there is no reason to believe that when Sunni scholars used terms like “shi’ee” or “rafidhee” that they were not referring to Twelvers.

1) Mohammed bin Ishaaq Al-Madani, the author of the seerah:

The Sunni scholar Al-Khateeb Al-Baghdaadi said: Some scholars didn’t see authority in the narrations of Ibn Ishaaq for reasons like: his tashayyu, his attribution to al-qadr, and his tadlees.

The Shi’ee scholar Al-Tusi said under his list of companions of Al-Baqir: Mohammed bin Ishaaq Al-Madani, sahib al-siyar,’aami.

2) Abdulsalam bin Salih Al-Harawi:

The Sunni scholars said:
Yahya bin Ma’een said: Thiqa saduq ila anahu yatashayya’.
Al-Daraqutni and Al-Uqaili said: He was a vile rafidhi.

The Shia scholar Al-Tusi said: Aami.

3) Abbad bin Ya’qoub Al-Rawajini:

The Sunni scholars said:
Ibn Adi said: He is extreme in his tashayyu.
Salih bin Mohammed said: He used to curse Uthman.
Al-Daraqutni said: He is a truthful shi’ee.
Ibn Hibban said: He was a rafidhi that called to it.

The Shi’ee scholar Al-Tusi said in his Fihrist: He was Aami al-mathhab.

4) Khalid bin Tahman

The Sunni scholar Abu Hatim said: He was one of the old shia.
The Shia scholar Al-Najashi said: He was one of the aama.

5) Ammar Al-Duhani:

The Sunni scholar Sufyan bin Uyayna accused him of tashayyu.
The Shia scholar Al-Najashi said about him, in the biography of Ammar’s son: His father Ammar was a thiqa among theaama wajhan (a major representative of them).

Note: The term aama is the term used by Shias to refer to Sunnis.

In conclusion, as we can see there is a clear contradiction between the opinions of the Sunni and Shia scholars. So, the only way to reconcile these contradictions is by saying that these narrators are Shi’ee in the eyes of Sunni scholars, in the sense of their political outlook, but are Sunnis in the eyes of the Shia scholars, for they were not Twelvers.

By Farid (may Allah protect him). 
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Hidden Secret Part I – Shia scholars say Fatimah is Goddess

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

اسلام علیکم

Hidden Secret Part I – Shia scholars and their followers worship Fatima (ra).

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Revolutions are Haram in Shiism

Alsalam alaykum,

In Wasa’el Al-Shia under the chapter of باب حكم الخروج بالسيف قبل قيام القائم (The Ruling Regarding Revolting with the Sword before the Qa’im), we find the following narration:

وعنه ، عن أحمد بن محمد ، عن الحسين بن سعيد ، عن حماد بن عيسى ، عن الحسين بن المختار ، عن أبي بصير ، عن أبي عبدالله ( عليه السلام ) قال : كل راية ترفع قبل قيام القائم ( عليه السلام ) فصاحبها طاغوت يعبد من دون الله عزّ وجلّ .

Rough translation: From him (Mohammed bin Yahya) from Ahmad bin Mohammed from Al-Hussain bin Sa’eed from Hammad bin Eisa from Al-Hussain bin Al-Mukhtar from Abi Baseer from

Abu Abdullah: Every flag that has been raised before the rise of Al-Qa’im (Al-Mahdi) is (raised) by a taaghut (demon/magician/evil person) that is worshipped separately from Allah.

I say: The narration is authentic.

Someone should tell the Shias in Bahrain that what they are doing is haram.

By Farid (May Allah protect him)
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