Category Archives: Shi’ism & Iran

Nowruz veneration in Shi’ism | Majusification 🔥 of Ahlul-Bayt

    This treatise is divided into the following sections:
  • The Roots of Nowruz
  • Bogus claim: Nowruz is a cultural event free of any religious or superstitious connotations that oppose Islamic teachings
  • Fire rituals, from Anatolia, Kurdistan to Khorasan
  • Fire jumping rituals
  • Nowruz according to Zoroastrianism
  • The superstitious and polytheistic Haft Sin
  • Nowruz Veneration by the Shia clergy
  • The Twelfth Imam will emerge on the day of Nowruz
  • The day routine of a Shiite on Majusi Nowruz

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A Sinister Alliance: Iranian Supremacy And Shi’ism – A case study (Omid Dana)

Omid Dana (calls himself Sharifi as he hates anything related to Arabs and the Arab language) is an infamous Shia-born convert to Zoroastrianism (common amongst Iranian born-Shias), Iranian ultra-nationalist, racist, and apologist of Shi’ism and the Iranian Khomeinist Shi’ite regime. Sounds contradicting? You will find out why there is no contradiction in all of that and why Iranian ultra-nationalists champion Shi’ism.

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‘Abdul-Hussain VS ‘Abdul-Massih

I introduce to you:
‘Abdul-Masih the Copt and ‘Abdul-Hussain (and all those who are upon his Quburi creed of invoking the buried and tombed ones).
As for the ‘Abdul-Hussain and his friends:
Yes, they literally invoke their buried and tombed demigods just like Muslims invoke Allah. They literally pray to them (directly) like Catholics pray to their saints. They ask them for all their needs (hajat), often than not they even bypasses Allah (who isn’t even worth a mention in their most famous invocations such as ‘ya ‘Ali madad’).

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THE CLERICAL GARB OF THE RAFIDAH – A BID’AH TAKEN FROM THE POLYTHEISTS

The worst bid’ah with regards to clothing is that of the Rafidah (and some Sufis) who have institutionalised the hideous bid’ah of clerical attire that is literally designated for a specific class of society i.e. the clergy.
This is an ugly bid’ah taken from other polytheists (Church, etc.) and started during the Safavid take-over of Persia (when modern-day Iran was forced from a majority Sunni country into a majority Rafidi Shia one) and is ever since an essential part of their religious institutions (‘scientific seminaries/al-Hawzat al-‘Ilmiyyah’) and those who graduate from them (or are given the ‘blessing’ of wearing the Rafidi turban by one of their scholars).

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Sunni Iranians with the son of the lion of Pakistan: Ehsan Elahi Zaheer

Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (Urdu: احسان الہی ظہیر) (31 May 1945 – 30 March 1987). He hails Sialkot and was born into a deeply religious trading Punjabi family of the Sethi clan. Shaykh Ehsan was a polyglot and fluent in Urdu, Punjabi, Arabic, and Persian. He studied under many students, most importantly Shaykh Ibn Baz.
In 2012, Shaykh Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer, the son of the lion of Islam and Ahlus-Sunnah of Pakistan, Ehsan Elahi Zaheer (may Allah have mercy upon him), visited us in London, UK, in our modest studio (Toweed TV, formerly known as Wesal Farsi TV).

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Al-Shahristani on the Shirk of the Quburis (grave worshippers)

Abul Fatḥ Muḥammad ibn Abdil-Kareem al-Shahrastāni (d. 548) lived some two centuries before Ibn Taimiyya (d. 728) and ibn al-Qayyim (d. 751), let alone being some seven centuries before MiAW (d. 1206). Despite that, this is what he had to say about idol-worshipers in his encyclopedic work on religions and sects “Al-Milal wan-Niḥal”: Continue reading Al-Shahristani on the Shirk of the Quburis (grave worshippers)

Ex-Shia On The Pros and Cons Of Nahj al-Balagha

Nahj al-Balagha (Arabic: نهج البلاغة) (the Peak of Eloquence) is a collection of sayings and writings attributed to ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib (رضي الله عنه). It is a highly revered Twelver Shia book often referred to by Shia ‘Ayatollahs’ as the brother of the Qur’an (then they have the audacity to claim that Sunnis exaggerate with Sahih Bukhari who nobody dares to compare to the Qur’an).

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