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Would starting a TSR Shia society be too secterianist and cause further 'fitna' amongst the cyber-Ummah
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Would starting a TSR Shia society be too secterianist and cause further 'fitna' amongst the cyber-Ummah
It most definately would. If I were you, I would refrain from that cuz' for all you know, a sunni society may also be created in response. Why don't both of us, despite our differences, just get along and all post on the same society.
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It most definately would. If I were you, I would refrain from that cuz' for all you know, a sunni society may also be created in response. Why don't both of us, despite our differences, just get along and all post on the same society.
I agree. How about an Ahlul-Bait society, or is that running the risk of creating a Yazeedi or Muaviya society....lol only jokin. Yeah def stick to one society
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Because God made Adam (alayhis salaam) a Prophet.
What, precisely, did adam prophesy? As there were only Adam and Eve around at the time, to whom did he prophesy?
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I assume your post is out of ignorance, because even the most hardcore Wahabi cannot deny the greatness of the Ahlul-Bayt.
Well done. You're exactly right. I would honestly like to dispel at least some of my ignorance, though, so could you explain (briefly, I don't have ten years to spare) the significance of the Ahlul-Bayt?
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Im a Shia, but Im not very religious, I hate to see Shia and Sunnis fight, cant we just get along as muslims, I prefer just to be a muslim even though I believe in the imams too...
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Would starting a TSR Shia society be too secterianist and cause further 'fitna' amongst the cyber-Ummah
But where are we going to flay ourselves until we bleed ?????
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What, precisely, did adam prophesy? As there were only Adam and Eve around at the time, to whom did he prophesy?
Adam (alayhis salaam) preached tawheed (Oneness in Allah) to his offspring. He would have also taught them enough to enable them to worship Allah sufficiently.
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Have you found where the Qoran says it is mandatory for women to wear a headscarf yet?
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Have you found where the Qoran says it is mandatory for women to wear a headscarf yet?
No I haven't but I'm pretty sure there's a hadith on it. I'll get back to you later.

It's Qur'an by the way, not Qoran.
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It's Qur'an by the way, not Qoran.
The Iranians say Qoran
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Well done. You're exactly right. I would honestly like to dispel at least some of my ignorance, though, so could you explain (briefly, I don't have ten years to spare) the significance of the Ahlul-Bayt?
What do you want to know??
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Adam (alayhis salaam) preached tawheed (Oneness in Allah) to his offspring. He would have also taught them enough to enable them to worship Allah sufficiently.
That's what they say.
Even according to that version, he was a preacher, not a prophet.
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That's what they say.
Even according to that version, he was a preacher, not a prophet.
He certainly was not a prophet..
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Regardless of your opinion, he was still a Prophet. You don't have to bring a book to be a Prophet.
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Well done. You're exactly right. I would honestly like to dispel at least some of my ignorance, though, so could you explain (briefly, I don't have ten years to spare) the significance of the Ahlul-Bayt?
The Ahlalbayt are the source for the authentic Sunnah of the Prophet (s). Only by obtaining instruction from both these sources can a Muslim hope to attain true guidance.

“I am about to answer the call (of death). Verily, I leave behind two precious things (thaqalayn) amongst you: the Book of Allah and my Ahl al*Bayt. Verily, the two will never separate until they come back to me by the side of the Pond.”

This authentic hadith from the Prophet Muhammad (s) is narrated by over 30 of his Companions and recorded by a large number of Sunni scholars. Some of the famous sources for this hadith include:

Ahmad b. Hanbal, al-Musnad, volume 3, pages 14, 17, 26; volume 3, page 26, 59; volume 4, page 371; volume 5, pages 181-2, 189-190

Al*Tirmidhi, al-Sahih, volume 5, pages 621-2, numbers 3786 and 3788; volume 2, page 219

Ibn Kathir, Tafsir al-Qur’an al-‘Azim , volume 6, page 199
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He certainly was not a prophet..
Adam was a prophet.
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What did he prophesy?
This is, of course, assuming that adam existed.
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he was a messenger, to qualify for that, you just need a message, and to pass it on.

see jamboy's post.
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