BY EBN HUSSEIN (Shia convert to Islam/Sunnah)
The Greatest Bay’ahs of Islam VS The Myth of The Bay’ah of Ghadir
The greatest of all pledges of allegiance (bay’ah) is that of the Sahabah to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) which is clearly and unambiguously mentioned in the Quran and thus even the Sahabah abusers and haters have no choice but to recite it if they really believe in the book of Allah.
The deranged Shia cleric Yasser al-Habib (notorious for his ridiculous analogies, including one in which he conflates Islamic cupping with Shia self-harming rituals) advocates pagan Hindu Zoroastrian firewalking rituals based on fabrications attributed to the Ahlul-Bayt (peace be upon them) and playing with the emotions of the Shia.
“They (i.e. the Rafidah) are the greatest of the followers of desires, in both ignorance and oppression, they show enmity towards the best of the Awliya of Allah, the Most High, from those after the Prophets, amongst the foremost (in faith) amongst the Muhajirin and Ansar (i.e. chiefs of the Sahabah) and those who followed them in goodness – may Allah be pleased with them, and they be pleased with him – and they ally with the Disbelievers, Hypocrites, Jews, Christians, the Pagans, and the various factions of the Malahidah (Disbelieving Heretics)…“ (Minhaj al-Sunnah by Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyyah)
قال أبو العباس شيخ الإسلام بن تيمية رحمه الله
هم (اي الروافض) أعظم ذوي الأهواء جهلاً وظلماً ، يعادون خيار أولياء الله تعالى، من بعد النبيين ، من السابقين الأولين من المهاجرين والأنصار والذين اتبعوهم بإحسان – رضي الله عنهم ورضوا عنه – ويوالون الكفار والمنافقين من اليهود والنصارى والمشركين وأصناف الملحدين ، كالنصيرية والإسماعيلية، وغيرهم من الضالين
(منهاج السنة لشيخ الإسلام أبي العباس بن تيمية)
The great achievements of a fallible man – no matter how great, even if he is a Shaykh al-Islam – do not blind the Muslim or lead him to fanaticism. In the words of Imam Malik (may Allah have mercy on him) who one day pointed towards the grave of the Final Messenger of Allah (ﷺ):
Distorting and decontextualising Qur’anic verses and sahih Sunni ahadith and often than not presenting blatant fabrications and weak Sunni narrations as ‘authentic Sunni sources’ have been the most resourceful tools in the Shia box of tricks.
Why do the Twelver Shia balance the Qur’an on their heads during the nights of Ramadan? Where does this bizarre practice stem from? Do they have any evidence for this practice? “It is your Sunni books tho”?
This article shall clarify these questions and shed some light on this bizarre ritual that is falsely attributed to the Imams of the progeny of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ).
By Ebn Hussein
No wonder the grave worshippers hate Shaykh al-Islam Abu al-‘Abbas ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah have mercy upon him. I’d hate him too if he had exposed my religion to the max. What a legend, around 600 years ago he described these batini zanadiqah and mushrikun exactly how they are to this very day (if not worse).
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)?!
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:
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).
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.
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.
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).
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.
The Isma’ili Rafidis, just like the Twelver Rafidis and extreme batini Sufis, clutch upon fabricated narrations that are so shirki in nature that even a Hindu wouldn’t hesitate a second to declare Islam innocent of such paganism.
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.
In Islam (unlike in Imamism) Images of animals and people are prohibited inside a mosque because of the concern that such images might lead to idol worship (this principle is Sadd al-Dara’i, blocking the means).
A few months ago I stumbled online upon the project of a rather dull and monotonous speaker, Rafidi turban head Seyed-Ali Hosseini (‘Sayed Ali Shobayri’). A loser channel on YouTube, dead, views so low, one feels almost pity and wonders how useless their own kind are who seem not to be too enthusiastic and supportive of their ‘learned’ ones.
However, as I always say: you cannot always choose your opponents, sometimes you have to take what is available, so that is why I and my team respond, refute and humiliate them occasionally. They should be proud that anybody gives them any attention. The Rafidah have not many speakers, so refute their outspoken ones, even if they are not famous.
One of the – if not the – most gullible and easiest targets for Rafidi propagandists from Iran and elsewhere are grave worshippers (Quburis) such as extreme Sufis (pseudo-Sufis really, as true Sufism is part of Islam).
First things first. Let me refresh your memory and remind you that Qassem Soleimani aka *Kotlet (cutlet) Soleimani got fried and smoked in a missile attack under the authority and the command of the following freak of nature:
*Many Iranians gave Soleimani the nickname 'Kotlet' which is a Persian dish made with ground beef and lamb mixed with spices and eggs and fried in a pan.
- 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
Omid Sharifi ‘Dana’ (he dislikes his actual Arab last name ‘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 that and why certain groups of Iranian ultra-nationalists have always championed and supported Shi’ism as a tool to fight Muslims and distort Islam in the name of Islam.