The word ‘Rabb رب’ mentioned in the Quran is the Prophet or Ali

By Kalaam
Posted by 13S2010

We read in Quran

وجوه يومئذ ناضرة ‏ الى ربها ناظرة

Some faces, that Day, will beam (in brightness and beauty);- Looking towards their Lord;


Ali Namazi Shahrodi says in Athbat wilayat takwiniya:

“Perhaps Rabb in this verse refers to Muhammad (S) or Ali (a.s), the momineen will be looking towards them on the day of judgement.”




Filed under Revealing Shia sect, Shia Ghulu (Exaggeration)

4 responses to “The word ‘Rabb رب’ mentioned in the Quran is the Prophet or Ali

  1. Actually it all depends how much one has the Ma’arefat for Allah , His Rasool (s) and his immediate successors . For bay-ma’arafatis like you and your community, can not appreciate all this . What does ‘RAB ‘ means , closest in English it is ‘LORD ‘ Now go to a court , the moment a Lawer says ” My Lord this is like this and this , go and give him a slap , telling him you are doing blasphemy , calling a man who is only a Judge of the Court , my Lord . If you people had some intelligence , first you would have tried to know the context
    By the way ” Rab ” in arabic also means one who raises a child , in urdu palnay wala or palan haar .
    Don’t you forget that Rasool Allah (s) used to say for Maula Ali (a s ) ” Looking on the face of Ali is ibadah ” This is narrated by Sunnis too , considered ahsan but hearing this why don’t you shout ”shirk , shirk ” , you won’t , because this has been reported by lady Ayesha too , when she asked her father ” I see
    when you come , you are constantly looking on the face of Ali ” to which abu
    bakr repeated the same hadees .Learn some lessons from your Peer.

  2. What ever happened to the link I posted in reply to the misunderstanding of Shia concepts?

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