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    (Original post by Boondock Saint)
    They have their own collections of hadith which are solely based on narrations attributed to their Imams and the Ahlul Bayt, because they believe most of the companions were either heretics or apostatised after the death of the Prophet.
    That's why they're referred to as raafidah.
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    (Original post by Boondock Saint)
    They have their own collections of hadith which are solely based on narrations attributed to their Imams and the Ahlul Bayt, because they believe most of the companions were either heretics or apostatised after the death of the Prophet.
    I think most people would know I disagree with Shi'ism, but for the sake of being intellectually honest, strickly speaking this isn't the whole truth - they have some hadith narrated by other than the Ahlul Bayt, and they do consider some Sahabah to be of the "Shia of Ali", therefore they narrate from them. What is true though is that many hadith chains stop at their Imams, and they make the jump to assume there is a golden chain back to the Prophet (SAW), from my understanding.
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    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    I've only been to Afg once, only spent 2 weeks there and 1 week in Pakistan.
    Every week!? :indiff: Tbh, you're v lucky, I would have enjoyed eating food like that every week :colondollar:
    I have only been back twice and my sis like several times 😐
    Omd though only 2 weeks like how??? I swear 2 weeks went by so quick just by visiting others or them visiting us 😫
    Haha yeah idk it was just that year...crazy.
    I did but it was effort going every week lol. Like I even missed 2.
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    (Original post by Zamestaneh)
    I think most people would know I disagree with Shi'ism, but for the sake of being intellectually honest, strickly speaking this isn't the whole truth - they have some hadith narrated by other than the Ahlul Bayt, and they do consider some Sahabah to be of the "Shia of Ali", therefore they narrate from them. What is true though is that many hadith chains stop at their Imams, and they make the jump to assume there is a golden chain back to the Prophet (SAW), from my understanding.
    Well, a narration is only considered a hadith in Shia rijal if it’s narrated by an infallible (or a ma’sum). Anything narrated by a companion (that they consider to be 'Shia of Ali') does not hold the same weight and is consequently termed an athar, or more specifically, muwaththaq (dependable) which is one level above daef according to their classification system.
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    Speaking of salah, what's the most awkward place you guys have prayed in?

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    A mosque in pakistan the old man had a go at me lol. I was wearing 3/4 shorts in which my knees were covered. He didn't like it.

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    (Original post by redleader1)
    A mosque in pakistan the old man had a go at me lol. I was wearing 3/4 shorts in which my knees were covered. He didn't like it.

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    Was so surprised to see this thread here
    I am a possible international student from Lebanon and was wondering if anyone would be able to advise me on unis? I'm not sure if I should come to the UK or go somewhere else
    Also any Lebanese people here?
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    Assalamualaikum!
    Was so surprised to see this thread here
    I am a possible international student from Lebanon and was wondering if anyone would be able to advise me on unis? I'm not sure if I should come to the UK or go somewhere else
    Also any Lebanese people here?
    What do you wish to study?
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    May Allah reward the bro for all his work. From his fb acc:
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