بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
الحمد لله نحمده و نستعينه و نستغفره و نسأله الهداية و حسن الخاتمة
ربي اشرح لي صدري و يسر لي أمري واحلل عقدة من لساني يفقهوا قولي
Is the Quranic verse [al-Ahzab 33:33] famous as Ayatul-Tathir (verse of purification) a separate Verse or a part of a Verse? This is the question posed in this thread and if Allah wills it we shall provide the clear strong sufficient answer and end this matter once and for all.
By Hani (aka TripolySunni)
Posted by 13S2010
بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم
Reality of the crisis between the Shia scholars and the Quran
This is a magnificent piece of research about the so called Shia Scholars of Ahlulbayt and so called School of Ahlulbayt. It is wake up call for open minded Shiites.
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The Fractious Schizophrenia
(Discussing the reality of the crisis between the Shia scholars and the Quran)
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).
Before I begin, I need to clarify that the purpose of this article is only to uncover the truth and that I do not doubt that the average Shia layman believes in everything that is found within the book of Allah and glorifies it as opposed to those wearing the black turbans. Although the time an average Shia laymen spends with the book of Allah is much less than that spent by the average Muslim from Ahlul-Sunnah, this is because their scholars keep them occupied with Nauhas and Maatam and weeping for al-Hussein (ra) and reading Ziyarat and doing Latmiyat instead of reciting the book of Allah. This is an honest cry to warn the average Shia laymen from the dangers of the beliefs that their scholars hold on to, beliefs that led them away from the book of Allah and made them estranged from it, poisonous beliefs that must not creep into the hearts of the average Shia laymen.
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Written by the ex-Shia, our respected Sheikh ‘Abdul-Malik al-Shafi’i under the original title of “al-Fesam al-Nakid”, translation done by Hani al-Tarabulsi al-Shafi’i on February/28/2012.
Posted by: 13S2010