“The Martyrs Are Alive, Therefore I Can Beseech My Favourite Saint For Help” Argument Debunked

One of the most abused and misapplied verses of the Qur’an are those about the martyrs (الشهداء) who are described as being alive (with their Rabb). The extremists from amongst the heretical sects, present those verses to the gullible and ignorant masses as proof and justification for the heresy and mother of all shirk (polytheism) that is the invocation of the saints (imams, Ahl al-Bayt, shaykhs, pirs, etc.) for one’s needs.

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“Calling Upon Other Than Allah Is Like Asking Your Fellow Human Being For A Favour” FALLACY DEBUNKED

“Asking Ali, Fatimah, Jesus, Mary, Jilani, Badawi, *insert saint/pir/shaykh/imam* for help is as shirk as asking a friend for help. Don’t you go to the doctor asking to get cured? Don’t you order pizza? Don’t you go to the doctor? Lulz, that means Vahabis do shirk every day when asking other than Allah for help. Lulz, consider yourselves refuted, ya Vahabis!”

The “but, you ask your mom to make a sandwich for you, to make du’a for you, to pass the glass for you” argument. Ya Allah, where to begin addressing this shallow and superficial understanding that is based on a flawed comparison (logical fallacy)?!

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12 Chieftains of Bani Israel = Proof for 12 ‘Infallible Imams’ – A Shia fallacy Debunked

In the Qur’an, the position of Chieftains (nuqaba`) of the Israelites (Bani Israel) is not clearly mentioned. In the Qur’an, it is only mentioned that they were ordered to guard the covenant they were entrusted by God, Allah, Almighty:

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Twelver Takfiri Shi’ism: Every Sahabi Is A Kafir Until Proven Otherwise!

‘Ayatollah’ Ali Namazi Shahroudi (may Allah torment his soul for eternity)

The rancour which the Shia harbour for the noble Sahabah (رضي الله عنهم) needs no introduction and it is quite commonplace to find them levelling unfounded tenuous accusations against the esteemed companions and students of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) on account of their bigotry. One such accusation has been levelled against the Sahabah in general that they all became apostate after the demise of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ).

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Ahmad Raza Khan Barelvi (Sufi): ‘Ali b. Abi Talib Removes All Hardship Whenever You Call Upon Him!

If the following statements by the founder of the Sufi Barelvi sect, Ahmed Raza Khan (1856 CE/1272 AH – 1921 CE/1340 AH) doesn’t constitute shirk and kufr on steroids, then there is no shirk and no kufr in this world.

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The Persian-Zoroastrian Origin Of Excessive Shia Mourning Rituals And Husayn (Siavash) Veneration

On the right: A typical Persian depiction of the battle of Karbala. Left: A typical Persian depiction of the martyrdom and last battle of Siavash.

Siavash is a prince in the Shahnameh, a legendary Persian prince from the earliest days of the Persian Empire. He was a son of Kay Kavoos, then Shah of Iran, and due to the treason of his stepmother, Soodabeh (with whom he refused to have a relation and betray his father), exiled himself to Turan where he was killed innocently by order of The Turanian king Afrasiab. He was later avenged by his son Kai Khosrau. He is a symbol of innocence in Persian Literature.

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Book: The Martyrdom of al-Husayn in Light of the Authentic Traditions

This book provides an historical rendition of the events which culminated within Karbala. It is made distinct due to the fact that the rendition provided is based strictly upon narrations deemed authentic according to the conditions of the hadith scholars. The chains of narration and references have been provided for every narration.

The Martyrdom of al-Husayn in Light of the Authentic Traditions by Farid al-Bahraini

From the author’s foreword:

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Can The Dead Hear And Does That Prove The Legitimacy Of The Heresy Of Praying To The Buried Saints?

There is a valid difference of opinion amongst the scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah regarding the issue of the dead being able to hear the living and to what extent. However, both camps agree that praying to the living, the dead or Prophets, martyrs, etc. is strictly forbidden and the mother of all shirk (polytheism).

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The Origin Of Shia Self-Flagellation Rituals: Paganism

Typically, flogging is imposed on an unwilling subject as a punishment; however, it can also be submitted willingly for sadomasochistic pleasure, or performed on oneself, in religious or sadomasochistic contexts. This article will deal with the link between self-flagellation in Shi’ism and Christianity, particularly in Catholic societies.

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Hadith: “I am at the state of war with those who you are at war with…” – The Merits Of ‘Ali b. Abi Talib

نظر النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم إلى علي، والحسن، والحسين، وفاطمة، فقال: أنا حرب لمن حاربكم، وسلم لمن سالمكم

The Prophet (peace be upon him) looked at ‘Ali, Hassan, Husayn, and Fatimah and said: “I am at the state of war with those who you are at war with, and at peace with those who you are at peace with..”

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9 Sufi-Rafidi Tabarruk Shubuhat Debunked – ‘Bro Hajji’s’ Lies & Distortions

بسم الله والحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله

After a productive exchange with a dear friend and actual talib al-‘Ilm, I’d like to share with you his concise rebuttal of a number of Rafidi-Sufi shubuhat that ‘Bro Hajji’ has spread and sold to the gullible as ‘straight from the sources’.

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The Efforts Of The Scholars Of Yemen In Refutation Of Grave Veneration

The scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Athar In Yemen have provided one of the best works in refutation of the Qubooris such as the Zaydis, Twelvers, and Sufis (all three are united in the heresy of building lavish structures over graves and venerating the buried saints).

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Grave Veneration According To The Four Sunni Schools: A Means To Shirk

In my previous article, I’ve presented you a plethora of evidence proving that the Rafidi-Sufi ‘proof’ for the claim that Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (may Allah have mercy upon him) permitted touching and kissing of the Prophet’s (ﷺ) grave for the sake of seeking tabarruk (blessings) is nothing but a spoof that opposes the entire Hanbali school and the more authentic reports by Imam Ahmad regarding this issue.

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The Burdah Qasidah – Free of Shirk And Ghuluw?

One of the excuses that the extremists (ghulat) from amongst the mystic Sufis and Rafidah employ in order to justify their heresies, is the claim that their blatant kufriyat are merely metaphors, poetry, etc. With these excuses, almost everything can be justified and has been justified and attributed to the Prophet (), his Ahlul-Bayt, and the rest of the Awliya under the pretext of ‘loving and honouring them.’ With such excuses, the Rafidah and Mutasawwifah even justify referring to themselves as dogs (i.e. as in being loyal) of their favourite shaykhs, imams, pirs, etc.

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Do Sunnis Send Incomplete Salutations (Salam and Salawat) Upon The Prophet (ﷺ)?

Sending salawat upon the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وعلى آله وصحبه وسلم) is from the greater deeds of ‘ibadah; and making it in abundance is among the reasons to attain immense goodness and invite blessings to oneself, as well as deterrence against evil and calamities. Sending salutations upon the Prophet (ﷺ) is to invoke Allah alone (as praying to anyone other than Allah is polytheism) to bless and raise the rank of the Prophet (ﷺ) even further.

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The Pope Advises Kids To Pray To Baby god (Jesus)

الحمـــد لله عـلـــــــــى نعمة الإسلام  والعقل
البابا الوثني فرنسيس يقبل “الرب” يسوع (الرضيع!!!) حين كان صغيرا

Pope Francis kisses his white and Caucasian looking baby god Jesus and advises kids to pray to him. Idolatry On Steroids.

A priest carries an idol of the baby Jesus in St. Peter’s Basilica.

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A Culture of Shirk – ‘Ya Ali’ Instead of ‘Salam’

A common scenary in ‘Islamic’ Iran: Shi’ites setting up altars with candles and images (Persianised and effaminite depictions of the Ahlul-Bayt) just like the polytheistic Catholics.

From Rafidi parts in Lebanon, to the heartland of Iran, names like Abdullah, Abdul-Rahim, Abdul-Razzaq etc. are only common in Sunni regions of those respected countries, in Shia regions you can barely find such names, yet there are plenty of: Abdol-Hossein, Abdol-Reza, Abdol-Amir (Ali b. Abi Talib), Abdol-Zahra (Fatimah), Abdol-Rasul, etc. names that the Ahlul-Bayt and their students never approved.

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Sunni Iranian scholar/Ibrahimic Monotheism VS Saint/Imam Worship [VIDEO]

Shaykh Mohammad Shafi Qurayshi is the Mufti of the Sunni Shafi’i region of Talysh, Gilan (Northern Iran, which is one of the remaining Sunni strongholds of Iran after the anti-Sunni Safawi onslaught in the 16th century on Iranian Sunnis.

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The ‘Wahhabis’ And The Demolition Of The Four Maqamat

What are the four Maqamat?

During  (and before) Ottoman rule, for hundreds of years, daily prayers inside al-Masjid al-Haram in Makkah were conducted at different times according to the four most widely accepted Sunni Schools of jurisprudence (madhhab), and at four different locations of the Masjid. Each school of thought had basically its own Mihrab!

An old photograph of the al-Masjid al-Haram and the four Maqamat and Mihrabs for each four school of thought. The ‘Wahhabis’ got rid of this evil Bid’ah.

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