Does the Iranian Constitution agree with the Imami Shia faith?


al-Salamu `Aleykum,

Here are some of the articles from the constitution of the Iranian Republic:

Article 5

During the Occultation of the Wali al-Asr (may God hasten his reappearance), the wilayah and leadership of the Ummah devolve upon the just (‘adil] and pious [muttaqi] faqih, who is fully aware of the circumstances of his age; courageous, resourceful, and possessed of administrative ability, will assume the responsibilities of this office in accordance with Article 107.

 Article 107

After the demise of the eminent marji’ al-taqlid and great leader of the universal Islamic revolution, and founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatullah al-‘Uzma Imam Khumayni – quddisa sirruh al-sharif – who was recognized and accepted as marji’ and Leader by a decisive majority of the people, the task of appointing the Leader shall be vested with the experts elected by the people. The experts will review and consult among themselves concerning all the fuqaha’ possessing the qualifications specified in Articles 5 and 109. In the event they find one of them better versed in Islamic regulations, the subjects of the fiqh, or in political and social Issues, or possessing general popularity or special prominence for any of the qualifications mentioned in Article 109, they shall elect him as the Leader. Otherwise, in the absence of such a superiority, they shall elect and declare one of them as the Leader. The Leader thus elected by the Assembly of Experts shall assume all the powers of the wilayat al-amr and all the responsibilities arising therefrom. The Leader is equal with the rest of the people of the country in the eyes of law.

 Article 6

In the Islamic Republic of Iran, the affairs of the country must be administered on the basis of public opinion expressed by the means of elections, including the election of the President, the representatives of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, and the members of councils, or by means of referenda in matters specified in other articles of this Constitution.

Article 7

In accordance with the command of the Qur’an contained in the verse (“Their affairs are by consultations among them” [42:38]) and (“Consult them in affairs” [3:159]), consultative bodies – such as the Islamic Consultative Assembly, the Provincial Councils, and the City, Region, District, and Village Councils and the likes of them – are the decision-making and administrative organs of the country. The nature of each of these councils, together with the manner of their formation, their jurisdiction, and scope of their duties and functions, is determined by the Constitution and laws derived from it.

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Let’s compare this garbage the deceivers made up to the gibberish written in the famous Shia website “al-Islam”, let’s compare it to the book they uploaded called “Imamate: The Vicegerency of the Prophet (s) by Sayyid Sa’eed Akhtar Rizvi”:

[When Allah orders that man to do something yet is aware that man cannot do it or that it is very difficult without His assistance, then if Allah does not provide this assistance, He would be contradicting His own aim. Obviously, such negligence is evil according to reason. Therefore lutf is incumbent on Allah.]

^ So Allah orders the Shia to follow the Imams of Ahlul-Bayt (who are only 12), yet they are unavailable today thus according to this introduction Allah is evil Astaghfirullah!

[The Shi’ahs believe that, like the Prophet, an Imam should excel the ummah in all virtues, such as knowledge, bravery, piety and charity, and should possess complete knowledge of the Divine Law. If he does not, and this high post is entrusted to a less perfect person when a more perfect one is available, the inferior will have been given preference over the superior, which is wrong in reason and against Divine Justice. Therefore, no inferior person may receive Imamate from Allah when there exists a person superior to him.]

^ The Shia will tell you the Mahdi exists yet they are being led by Khamine’i, this means they are committing great injustice.

[Secondly, an Imam is the ruler and head of the ummah and the ummah should follow him unreservedly in every matter. Now, if he commits a sin the people would be bound to follow him in that sin as well. The untenability of such a position is self-evident; for obedience in sin is evil, unlawful and forbidden. Moreover, it would mean that he should be obeyed and disobeyed at one and the same time; that is, obedience to him would be obligatory yet forbidden, which is manifestly absurd.]

^ Which means that following Khomeini was absurd since he’s liable to err.

[Fourthly, the Imam is the defender of the Divine Law and this work cannot be entrusted to fallible hands nor can any such person maintain it properly. For this very reason, infallibility has been admitted to be an indispensable condition to prophethood; and the considerations which make it essential in the case of a prophet make it so in the case of an Imam and caliph as well.]

^ If infallibility was essential then why elect a fallible man like Ahmadi Nijad and follow him?

[It is for this reason that the Shi’ah Ithna ‘Asharis (The Twelvers) believe that only Allah can appoint a successor to the Prophet; that the ummah has no choice in this matter-its only duty is to follow such a divinely-appointed Imam or caliph.

The Sunnis, on the other hand, believe that it is the duty of the ummah to appoint a caliph.]

^ Apparently the Iranians adopted a “Sunni” constitution then.

[The following verses of the Qur’an confirm the views held by the Shi’ahs:

And thy Lord creates what He wills and chooses; they have no right to choose; glory be to Allah, and exalted be He above what they associate! (28:68).

This clearly shows that man has no right to make any selection; it lies entirely in the hands of Allah.]

^ This is pure Shia genius right here, I’m guessing it also means I cannot make the choice of going to the toilet or what pattern is my apartment wallpaper going to be.

[If the ma’sum (infallible) angels were given no say in the appointment of a caliph, how can fallible humans expect to take the whole authority of such an appointment in their own hands?]

^ Ask your 13th Imam Khomeini.

I do not wish to refute this entire funny book, but just to show the readers how this Shia religion is evolving through time, in their old books everything was about Imamah and Imams, and now they brushed them aside, they have no further need of “Imams”, the fallible Ayatullas now pick and choose whom they want and run the country based on the opinions of the majority of people.

Salam Aleykum,

 

by Hani 
Posted by 13S2010

2 Comments

Filed under Articles, Exposing al-islam.org, Revealing Shia sect

2 responses to “Does the Iranian Constitution agree with the Imami Shia faith?

  1. Why Hani you bother about the Iranian constitution , why don’t you limit yourself about the Jewish constitution of your saudi Islamic(sic) regime
    where 25K princes get 30K Dollors per month some, for doing nothing .
    Their main source of fulfilling their sexual urge is through MISYAR (no
    mention in Qoraan or Hadees) or else they will (60 to 90 oldies) go to
    poor countries like India particularly Hyderabad , pick up 9 to12 years
    old girls from the shanties , Sunni maulvies will read their Nikah against
    a Mehr of few hundred or thousand rupees , they will consummate in
    the name of their false aqeedah that it is a Sunnah and then abondone
    them to fend for themselves , often a victim of 3 talaaqs (haraam) and
    the poor helpless settles down as Maids or the little smarter as Misyar
    girls This happens in the cities of the holiest of holy places , and you
    have no other bussiness.except finding faults in the progeny of the Holy
    immaculate and infallible progeny of the Rasool Akram (saaws) to whom
    you falsly claim to follow . This is truely your Sunni Islam , an ugly cari –
    cature of Asl-Islam .

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