Jan 14, 2011 at 13:01
KUALA LUMPUR - In this Muslim-majority country, it's OK to be Christian, Buddhist or Hindu. But not Shiite.
Malaysian religious police raided a three-story shop-house last month and detained more than 100 Shiites who had gathered to mark the death of one of their most beloved saints, Prophet Muhammad's grandson, who was killed in the year 680.
It was one of the largest such sweeps in years, sparking outrage and fear in the country's small but growing Shiite community. Some religious scholars see it as a worrying sign that Islamic authorities are becoming more hard-line.
"Malaysia is trying to become a country a la Taliban that only allows one school of thought," said prominent scholar Asri Zainul Abidin.
Despite its reputation for religious tolerance, Malaysia has been quietly discriminating against its own for years. The government recognizes only the Sunni branch of Islam and prohibits all others including Shiites, the world's second largest Islamic group.
Shiites face discrimination elsewhere, but Malaysia appears to be the only place that actually outlaws them.
"We are the oppressed people," said Kamil Zuhairi Abdul Aziz, the Iranian-trained religious leader for the Lovers of the Prophet's Household, the Shiite group raided by the religious police on Dec. 15.
The event they were commemorating, the death of Prophet Muhammad's grandson in the seventh century, helped seal the split between the majority Sunnis and the Shiites, whose strongest base today is in Iran.
Kamil estimates there are at least 40,000 Shiites among Malaysia's 16 million Muslims, though the number could be higher as many conceal their faith to avoid trouble. A few have been detained in the past, and some sent to faith rehabilitation centers, but there is no official data on the number of arrests.
Malaysia's ban was issued in 1996 by the National Fatwa Council of top Islamic clerics and seen as unusual in the Muslim world. The council comes under the government's Islamic Advancement Department, so its decrees are de facto law.
The 3 million Shiites in neighboring Indonesia are able to practice freely, though they are often harassed on hard-line Sunni websites. In Bahrain, the government cracks down on Shiite activists, fearing they could be a backdoor for Iranian influence.
Sunni extremists have bombed Shiite gatherings in Pakistan, and much of the violence in Iraq has been between Sunni and Shiite militias as the two sides vie for power.
It's not clear what prompted the recent raid in Malaysia, but Islamic officials defend the ban as crucial to prevent unrest among Muslims.
"Shia is an Iranian sect," said leading cleric Harussani Zakaria, a member of the National Fatwa Council. "It has expanded secretly and now has many supporters who are starting to practice their faith in public. We don't want any religious differences. They are a threat to Muslim unity in Malaysia."
In defense of the raid, several Islamic officials said Shiism could give rise to fanatics as it permits the killing of Muslims from other sects, a claim denied by the Iranian embassy and Shiites here. Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, responding to reporters, said that Shiites don't pose a threat to national security.
The Iranian embassy issued a statement urging the government to prevent the spread of such false information. "Currently, there are about 400 million followers of the radiant path ... in the world and such baseless statements are utter disrespect to all of them," the statement read in part.
Some Malaysian Shiite families have practiced for generations while many others were exposed and subsequently converted to Shiism after the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Many meet in one of 40 "hauzars," or "houses of knowledge." The one that Kamil leads, the most prominent and largest with 500 members, is on the top floor of a shop-house in a suburb of the city of Kuala Lumpur.
On Dec. 15, religious police arrived in trucks and detained about 125 people, including some 30 foreigners, mostly from Pakistan. Most were released on bail and given hearing dates at the Shariah court, which adjudicates religious cases.
Officials have said the foreigners are expected to be let off, but the Malaysians could be charged with following the teachings of a deviant movement, which carries a penalty of up to two years in prison.
Kamil has been charged with insulting Islamic officials, with his hearing set for Feb. 17.
His group has turned to the government-backed Human Rights Commission of Malaysia to demand the right to worship freely .
Mastura Ahmad, a 46-year-old homemaker among those detained, said she became a follower after marrying her Shiite husband, whose ancestors are from Indonesia.
"I feel comfortable with Shia. There is more guidance given and I feel safer. But I don't declare my faith openly because people don't understand. My neighbors will gossip about it and label us as deviants and we may be ostracized," she said.
Followers still gather at Kamil's hauzar, but iron grills have been installed at the entrance, in part because of concerns that drugs or explosives could be planted in the center to undermine the group.
Some 100 followers filed in for prayers on the first Tuesday of the new year. A wall mural depicting Noah's Ark greeted them as they entered a long carpeted hall draped with banners in Arabic and separated into sections for men and women.
During the one-hour session, Kamil led prayers over a loudspeaker. Then, poems were read to continue the mourning for the grandson of Prophet Muhammad.
"Here in Malaysia, they cannot accept the differences," Rashid Ahmad, a 46-year-old follower, said before the service. "There has been a campaign of demonizing us by the religious authorities. They are jealous of our influence. In the whole world, Shia is awakening."
He requested not to be photographed to protect his identity as his child is receiving a government scholarship, and he fears it could be withdrawn.
Spirit of Tolerance in Islam
Dear sheikh, as-salamu `alaykum.
Today, the term "Islamic tolerance" causes confusion. So, could you please shed light on the spirit of tolerance in Islam?
Jazakum Allah khayran.
Name of Counsellor: Muzammil Siddiqi
Wa `alaykum as-salamu wa rahmatullahi wa rarakatuh.
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.
All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.
Dear brother in Islam, thanks for the very interesting question you posed and the great confidence you place in us, and we implore Allah Almighty to help us serve His cause and render our work for His Sake.
Tolerance is a basic principle of Islam. It is a religious moral duty. Islam teaches tolerance on all levels: individual, groups and states. Tolerance is the mechanism that upholds human rights and the rule of law. The Qur'an says very clearly:(To every People have We appointed rites and ceremonies which they must follow, let them not then dispute with you on the matter, but do invite (them) to your Lord: for you are assuredly on the Right Way. If they do wrangle with you, say, 'God knows best what it is you are doing.' 'God will judge between you on the Day of Judgment concerning the matters in which you differ') (Al-Hajj 21:76-69).
As far as the question of the spirit of tolerance in Islam is concerned, Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi, President of the Fiqh Council ofNorth America, states:
Intolerance is on the increase in the world today, causing death, genocide, violence, religious persecution as well as confrontations on different levels. Sometimes it is racial and ethnic, sometimes it is religious and ideological, other times it is political and social. In every situation it is evil and painful. How can we solve the problem of intolerance? How can we assert our own beliefs and positions without being intolerant to others? How can we bring tolerance into the world today?
I would like to discuss some of these issues from an Islamic point of view.
What is tolerance? Literally the word "tolerance" means "to bear." As a concept it means "respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of the world’s cultures, forms of expression and ways of being human." In Arabic it is called "tasamuh". There are also other words that give similar meanings, such as "Hilm" (forbearance) or "'`afu" (pardon, forgiveness) or "safh" (overlooking, disregarding). In the Persian and Urdu languages, we use the word "rawadari" which comes from "rawa" meaning "acceptable or bearable" and "dashtan" meaning "to hold". Thus it means to hold something acceptable or bearable.
Tolerance is a basic principle of Islam. It is a religious moral duty. It does not mean "concession, condescension or indulgence." It does not mean lack of principles, or lack of seriousness about one's principles. Sometimes it is said, "people are tolerant of things that they do not care about." But this is not the case in Islam. Tolerance according to Islam does not mean that we believe that all religions are the same. It does not mean that we do not believe in the supremacy of Islam over other faiths and ideologies. It does not mean that we do not convey the message of Islam to others and do not wish them to become Muslims.
The UNESCO principles on tolerance say:
"Consistent with respect for human rights, the practice of tolerance does not mean toleration of social injustice or the abandonment or weakening of one's convictions. It means that one is free to adhere to one's own convictions and accepts that others adhere to theirs. It means accepting the fact that human beings, naturally diverse in their appearance, situation, speech, behavior and values, have the right to live in peace and to be as they are. It also means that one's views are not to be imposed on others."
Tolerance comes from our recognition of:
1. the dignity of the human beings,
2. the basic equality of all human beings,
3. universal human rights, and
4. fundamental freedom of thought, conscience and belief.
The Qur'an speaks about the basic dignity of all human beings. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) spoke about the equality of all human beings, regardless of their race, color, language or ethnic background. Shari`ah recognizes the rights of all people to life, property, family, honor and conscience.
Islam emphasizes the establishment of equality and justice, both of these values cannot be established without some degree of tolerance. Islam recognized from the very beginning the principle of freedom of belief or freedom of religion. It said very clearly that it is not allowed to have any coercion in the matters of faith and belief. The Qur'an says, (There is no compulsion in religion) (Al-Baqarah 2:256).
If in the matters of religion, coercion is not permissible, then by implication one can say that in other matters of cultures and other worldly practices it is also not acceptable. In surat Ash-Shura Allah says to the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (If then they turn away, We have not sent you as a guard over them. Your duty is but to convey (the Message)…) (Ash-Shura 42:48). In another place Allah says, (Invite (all) to the Way of your Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; and argue with them in ways that are best and most gracious. Your Lord knows best, who have strayed from His Path, and who receive guidance) (An-Nahl 16:125).
Further, Allah says to the Believers, (Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger, and beware (of evil): if you do turn back, know then that it is Our Messenger's duty to proclaim (the Message) in the clearest manner) (Al-Ma’idah 5:92).
One can also cite Allah's words: (Say: 'Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger: but if you turn away, he is only responsible for the duty placed on him and you for that placed on you. If you obey him, you shall be on right guidance. The Messenger's duty is only to preach the clear (Message)) (An-Nur 24:54).
All these verses give note that Muslims do not coerce people; they must present the message to them in the most cogent and clear way, invite them to the truth and do their best in presenting and conveying the message of God to humanity, but it is up to people to accept or not to accept. Allah says, (And say, 'The truth is from your Lord, so whosoever wants let him believe and whosoever wants let him deny’) (An-Nahl 16:29).
The question then comes: If Allah gave choice to believe or not to believe, then why did He punish the people of Prophet Nuh, the `Ad, the Thamud, the people of Prophet Lut, the people of Prophet Shu`ayb and Pharaoh and his followers? The answer is in the Qur'an itself. Those people were not punished simply because of their disbelief. They were punished because they had become oppressors. They committed aggression against the righteous, and stopped others to come to the way of Allah. There were many in the world who denied Allah, but Allah did not punish every one. Ibn Taymiyyah, the outstanding Muslim scholar, said, "The states may live long in spite of their people's unbelief (kufr), but they cannot live long when their people become oppressors."
Another question is raised about Jihad. Some people say, "Is it not the duty of Muslims to make Jihad?" But the purpose of Jihad is not to convert people to Islam. Allah says, (No compulsion in religion) (Al-Baqarah 2:256). The real purpose of Jihad is to remove injustice and aggression. Muslims are allowed to keep good relations with non-Muslims. Allah says, (Allah does not forbid you that you show kindness and deal justly with those who did not fight you in your religion and did not drive you out from your homes…) (Al-Mumtahinah 60:8).
Islam teaches that fighting is only against those who fight. Allah says, (Fight in the cause of Allah those who fight you, but do not transgress limits; for Allah loves not transgressors) (Al-Baqarah 2:190).
Islam may tolerate anything, but it teaches zero tolerance for injustice, oppression, and violation of the rights of other human beings. Allah says, (And why should you not fight in the cause of Allah and of those who, being weak, are ill-treated (and oppressed)? Men, women, and children, whose cry is: 'Our Lord! Rescue us from this town, whose people are oppressors; and raise for us from Yourside one who will protect; and raise for us from Yourside one who will help!') (An-Nisaa' 4:75).
Islam teaches tolerance on all levels: individual, groups and states. It should be a political and legal requirement. Tolerance is the mechanism that upholds human rights, pluralism (including cultural pluralism), and the rule of law. The Qur'an says very clearly: (To every People have We appointed rites and ceremonies which they must follow, let them not then dispute with you on the matter, but do invite (them) to your Lord: for you are assuredly on the Right Way. If they do wrangle with you, say, 'God knows best what it is you are doing.' 'God will judge between you on the Day of Judgment concerning the matters in which you differ') (Al-Hajj 21:76-69).
There are many levels of tolerance:
a. Between family members, between husband and wife, between parents and children, between siblings etc.
b. Tolerance between the members of the community: tolerance in views and opinions, tolerance between the madhahib (Islamic Juristic Schools).
c. Tolerance between Muslims and the people of other faiths (interfaith relations, dialogue and cooperation).
Muslims have been generally very tolerant people. We must emphasize this virtue among us and in the world today. Tolerance is needed among our communities: We must foster tolerance through deliberate policies and efforts. Our centers should be multi-ethnic. We should teach our children respect of each other. We should not generalize about other races and cultures. We should have more exchange visits and meetings with each other. Even marriages should be encouraged among Muslims of different ethnic groups.
With non-Muslims we should have dialogue and good relations, but we cannot accept things that are contrary to our religion. We should inform them what is acceptable to us and what is not. With more information, I am sure the respect will develop and more cooperation will develop.
Satan Strives to Lead You Astray *
By Harun Yahya
Muslim Thinker — Turkey
(Did I not make a contract with you, tribe of Adam, not to worship Satan, who truly is an outright enemy to you, but to worship Me? That is a straight path. He has led numerous people among you into error. Why did you not use your intellect?) (Ya-Sin 36:60-62)
You have an enemy whose only aim is to keep you far from Allah, His religion, and the Qur’an. He does not relent from his plot even for a moment; lying in ambush, he awaits the opportunity to fulfill his task. He is able to see you from where you cannot see him and tries thousands of methods to entrap you. One of his characteristics is that he is stealthy. His methods, tactics, and tricks may vary from one person to the next. The tactics he employs may also depend on the time, place, and conditions. This enemy of ours is Satan, the being who was driven from the sight of Allah.
Contrary to what the majority of people think, Satan is not an imaginary being. As a part of the test in this world, one needs to be always watchful against Satan. Because, revolting against Allah, Satan swore to lead His servants astray. Allah relates the rebellious behaviors of the devil in the Qur’an as follows:
(We created you and then formed you and then We said to the angels, “Prostrate before Adam,” and they prostrated—except for Iblis. He was not among those who prostrated. He (Allah) said, “What prevented you from prostrating when I commanded you to?” He (Satan) replied, “I am better than him. You created me from fire and You created him from clay.” He (Allah) said, “Descend from Heaven. It is not for you to be arrogant in it. So get out! You are one of the abased.” He (Satan) said, “Grant me a reprieve until the day they are raised up.” He (Allah) said, “You are one of the reprieved.” He (Satan) said, “By Your misguidance of me, I will lie in ambush for them on Your straight path. Then I will come at them, from in front of them and behind them, from their right and from their left. You will not find most of them thankful.” He (Allah) said, “Get out of it, reviled and driven out. As for those of them who follow you, I will fill up Hell with every one of you.) (Al-A`raf 7:11-18)
As is made clear in the above verses, Satan is the most avowed enemy of mankind. This being will also try to mislead you by arousing in you sinful desires. However, an important point should be noted here: As is stated in the verses above, the major goal of Satan is to make you, along with the rest of mankind, follow him. The accursed Satan will not relent until you enter Hell.
There is yet an even more important fact to remember: Satan does not possess any power independent of Allah. Allah created him, and he is completely under Allah’s control. He is a servant of Allah and can only act with His permission. He is charged with the task of helping to distinguish those who truly believe from those who do not. He can only act under Allah’s will. When the time granted to him expires, he will be thrown into Hell together with those he had led astray:
((Allah said): “I will fill up Hell with you and every one of them who follows you.”) (Saad 38:85)
Therefore, Satan does not actually have any power over believers. As Allah stresses in the following verse, Satan has power only over those who do not truly and sincerely believe:
(He (Satan) said, “My Lord, because You misled me, I will make things on the earth seem good to them and I will mislead them all, every one of them, except Your servants among them who are sincere.) (Al-Hijr 15:39-40)
Satan cannot lead a man whom Allah created as a believer, to go astray from the right path. Of course, believers are always prone to make mistakes. However, they never despair of Allah’s mercy, but immediately take refuge in Him and repent with sincerity. Allah informs us in the Qur’an of those over whom Satan can exert his power:
(He has no authority over those who believe and put their trust in their Lord. He only has authority over those who take him as a friend and associate others with Allah.) (An-Nahl 16:99-100)
Satan wishes to lead you to become insolent, arrogant and disobedient to Allah, just as he himself is. He commands you to do evil, to perform acts that are not pleasing to Allah, and to say of Allah that about which you have no knowledge. He tries to hinder you from assessing Allah’s true grandeur and might. Allah draws attention to this danger in the Qur’an as follows:
(Mankind! Eat what is good and lawful on the earth. And do not follow in the footsteps of Satan. He truly is an outright enemy to you. He only commands you to do evil and indecent acts and to say about Allah what you do not know.) (Al-Baqarah 2:168-169)
His main endeavor is to fill mankind with constant fear of poverty, a goal which he is able to accomplish once he has made mankind forget about the hereafter. Unaware that everything is under Allah’s control and that no one can prevent any good if Allah wills it, these people live completely irresponsibly, leading them to commit all sorts of offences against Allah:
(Satan threatens you with poverty and enjoins you to be niggardly, and Allah promises you forgiveness from Himself and abundance; and Allah is Ample-giving, Knowing.) (Al-Baqarah 2:268)
Satan’s primary tactic is deviousness. Indeed, Allah describes this stealth: (the insidious whisperer who whispers (evil) in people’s breasts) (An-Nas 114:4-5). As the verse makes clear, Satan, who approaches people deceptively, busies them with idle and trivial matters and makes their wrongdoings seem fair to them:
(If only they had humbled themselves when Our violent force came upon them! However, their hearts were hard and Satan made what they were doing seem attractive to them.) (Al-An`am 6:43)
More importantly, these people, whose hearts are hardened and who assume themselves to be on the right path though in fact they are misled, lead themselves still further from Allah’s revelations. Forsaking Allah, they hold Satan dear, follow his path, and thus grow even more insolent.
Satan will employ different methods for different people, and will target people’s weaknesses in order to lead them astray. Throughout history, Satan has approached each person with a different tactic. He ensures that a person who is already distant from religion distances himself still further by making the life of this world seem alluring to him. He makes him forget about the Day of Judgment and thus manages to keep him far from the true religion all through his life.
All the while, Satan does not neglect to approach the believers. In order to hinder believers from worshiping Allah sincerely, he strives to stop them from engaging in deeds done to earn Allah’s consent. He endeavors to weaken their values. He tempts believers into succumbing to arrogance, selfishness, forgetfulness, carelessness, conceit, and irascibility, disguising the true nature of their evil.
In order to distract them, Satan preoccupy people with long-term plans and aspirations to keep their minds busy. He strives to prevent them from keeping their minds occupied with the remembrance of Allah. For this purpose, he makes people immerse themselves in everyday problems or inspires them with excuses to justify their negligence in remembering Allah.
Believers who are submissive to Allah, who remember Him night and day, who are aware that everything takes place under His control, and who sincerely turn toward the Lord, are less susceptible to the influence of Satan. As the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) also said, “When a group of people assemble for the remembrance of Allah, (Allah’s) mercy envelops them, and tranquility descends upon them.’’ Satan especially strives to make people neglect remembrance of Allah. Indeed, he has a particular influence over those who do not fear Allah:
[Satan has gained mastery over them and made them forget the remembrance of Allah. Such people are the party of Satan. No indeed! It is the party of Satan who are the losers.] (Al-Mujadilah 58:19)
Disbelievers are the people who have taken Satan as their friend and adopted his system. With such a mindset, adherence to Satan and the hatred and hostility they feel for one another become unavoidable. However, Satan also strives to stir up hatred among believers. In doing so, he aims to weaken the believers’ will and deter them from obeying Allah. Allah has warned His servants against this danger and shown them the ways to avoid it:
[Say to My servants that they should only say the best. Satan wants to stir up trouble between them. Satan is an outright enemy to man.] (Al-Israa’ 17:53)
Contrary to the common perception, Satan is not a being that appears now and then. He follows you wherever you go, or in whatever you do. He is resolved to this struggle so long as you live.
A person who forgets the existence of Satan is apt to misidentify his temptations. Therefore, he may be easily deceived into believing that these temptations are his own thoughts. He may simply fail to grasp that this cunning inner voice is the voice of Satan. However, true believers are granted the wisdom and insight to distinguish the voice of Satan from that of their conscience. Allah has informed them how to protect themselves from the whispers and provocations of Satan:
[If an evil impulse from Satan provokes you, seek refuge in Allah. He is All-Hearing, All-Seeing. As for those who perform their duty, when they are bothered by visitors from Satan, they remember and immediately see clearly.] (Al-A`raf 7:200-201)
One of the most effective methods that Satan frequently resorts to in order to lead people astray is to make them “forget.” Satan’s main strategy, therefore, is to make people forget about their responsibilities to Allah. He strives to hinder good deeds by making us forget that Allah encompasses us from all around, that we are subject to fate, and that we will die and have to give an account of our actions in Allah’s presence.
Satan does not want people to be thankful to Allah. That is why he tries to make them forget that everything around us is a favor from Allah. By making the life of this world seem alluring, and making them forget the existence of the Hereafter, he strives to deceive people. He endeavors to make people forget that there is an absolute good in everything that happens, and especially in unexpected events. The reality of fate and the need to put one’s trust in Allah are other key factors he tries to make people forget.
In the Qur’an, Allah draws our attention several times to the fact that with his inculcations, Satan can affect a human’s mind and thus make him to forget:
[When you see people engrossed in mockery of Our Signs, turn from them until they start to talk of other things. And if Satan should ever cause you to forget, once you remember, do not stay sitting with the wrongdoers.] (Al-An`am 6:68)
[No one made me forget to remember it except Satan. It found its way into the sea in an amazing way.] (Al-Kahf 16:63)
[But Satan made him forget to remind his lord, and so he stayed in prison for several years.] (Yusuf 12:42)
Despite all these acts of Satan, he is a being entirely under Allah’s control and he has no power over true servants of Allah. After all, Allah created Satan and, willingly or not, he is subject to Him. He can perform his acts only with His permission. Unless Allah wills, he is incapable of doing any of them. No matter what Satan does, he can mislead only deniers. On the other hand, his actions against those with faith only help to reinforce their commitment:
[So that He can make what Satan insinuates a trial for those with sickness in their hearts and for those whose hearts are hard—the wrongdoers are entrenched in hostility—and so that those who have been given knowledge will know it is the truth from their Lord and have faith in it and their hearts will be humbled to Him. Allah guides those who have faith to a straight path.] (Al-Hajj 22:53-54)
Allah has revealed to us that Satan actually has no power. It is only the disbelievers whom he can capture under this influence. This is made clear in the Qur’an:
[Iblis was correct in his assessment of them and they followed him, except for a group of the believers. He had no authority over them except to enable Us to know those who believe in the hereafter from those who are in doubt about it. Your Lord is the Preserver of all things.] (Saba’ 34:20-21)
On the other hand, believers do not lend an ear to the temptations of Satan but immediately take refuge in Allah, as they are commanded in the Qur’an:
[If an evil urge from Satan eggs you on, seek refuge in Allah.] (Fussilat 41:36)
* Taken with kind permission from the author’s book Selected Articles I.
Harun Yahya was born in Ankara in 1956. He studied fine arts at Istanbul's Mimar Sinan University and philosophy at Istanbul University. Since the 1980s, he has published many books on political, faith-related, and scientific issues.
We can accept The Differences but not The Astray
Is This The Face of Islam
conveyed by Rasullullah رسول الله
( I hate to post this, but need to show the prove )
Come Up with an Astray Theory
Prophet Muhammad s.a.w was poisoned by his two wives Ayesha and Hafsa, at the order of their fathers Saidina Abu Bakar and Omar r.a.
Don't Ever Believe this theory
Shia's Scholar Curse The Sahabat of
( Companions of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w )
an explanation by one of the most famous scholars in iran - ayatollah shaykh mehdi daneshmand - for the first time translated into english for youtube, explaining how people who hate ali are "haram zadeh" (born through haram means), and how this is different to "wiladul zina" (children born from zina).
an explanation into umars lineage, may Allah eternally damn him AMEEN
an explanation into umars lineage, may Allah eternally damn him AMEEN
Shia's Scholar teaching to Astray Path
Surah An-Nisa' (The Women) - سورة النساء
Ayat 48 to 50
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
إِنَّ اللَّهَ لَا يَغْفِرُ أَن يُشْرَكَ بِهِ وَيَغْفِرُ مَا دُونَ ذَٰلِكَ لِمَن يَشَاءُ ۚ وَمَن يُشْرِكْ بِاللَّهِ فَقَدِ افْتَرَىٰ إِثْمًا عَظِيمًا
Verily, Allah forgives not that partners should be set up with him in worship, but He forgives except that (anything else) to whom He pleases, and whoever sets up partners with Allah in worship, he has indeed invented a tremendous sin.
Sesungguhnya Allah tidak akan mengampunkan dosa syirik mempersekutukanNya (dengan sesuatu apajua), dan akan mengampunkan dosa yang lain dari itu bagi sesiapa yang dikehendakiNya (menurut aturan SyariatNya). Dan sesiapa yang mempersekutukan Allah (dengan sesuatu yang lain), maka sesungguhnya ia telah melakukan dosa yang besar.
أَلَمْ تَرَ إِلَى الَّذِينَ يُزَكُّونَ أَنفُسَهُم ۚ بَلِ اللَّهُ يُزَكِّي مَن يَشَاءُ وَلَا يُظْلَمُونَ فَتِيلًا
Have you not seen those who claim sanctity for themselves. Nay - but Allah sanctifies whom He pleases, and they will not be dealt with injustice even equal to the extent of a Fatila (A scalish thread in the long slit of a date-stone).
Tidakkah engkau perhatikan (dan merasa pelik wahai Muhammad) kepada orang-orang yang membersihkan (memuji) diri sendiri? (Padahal perkara itu bukan hak manusia) bahkan Allah jualah yang berhak membersihkan (memuji) sesiapa yang dikehendakiNya (menurut aturan SyariatNya); dan mereka pula tidak akan dianiaya (atau dikurangkan balasan mereka) sedikitpun.
انظُرْ كَيْفَ يَفْتَرُونَ عَلَى اللَّهِ الْكَذِبَ ۖ وَكَفَىٰ بِهِ إِثْمًا مُّبِينًا
Look, how they invent a lie against Allah, and enough is that as a manifest sin.
Lihatlah (wahai Muhammad) betapa beraninya mereka mengada-adakan perkara-perkara dusta terhadap Allah? Dan cukuplah perbuatan itu menjadi dosa yang terang nyata.
Curse Prophet Muhammad's Wives (Ummul Mukminin r.a ) & Companions ( Sahabat )
The shia scholar Yasir Al-Habib curses the companions and the wives of the Prophet (pbuh) in his prayer. This is evidence that cursing the companions and the wives of the Prophet (pbuh) is part of their religion.
Attack on Saidatina Aisyah r.a Grave
Shia attacked on Masjid e Nabwi & the Grave of Hazrat Fatima (R.A) &
Cursing Sahaba in this Video
Drawing Photo of Sahabat r.a
( Companions of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w )
Drawing Photo of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w
Muslim angry when a Swedish artist Lars Vilks drew
Prophet Muhammad's Potrait
but how about this one ?
Celebration they created on their own and for them only
On the 5th of October 2010 the Rafidite heretic pagan regime of Iran
executed three Sunnah Iranians by hanging
On the 5th of October 2010 the Rafidite heretic pagan regime of Iran executed three Sunnah Iranians by hanging. Normally the Rafidite regimes terrorizes the Sunnah of Balochestan/Iran by threatening the scholars (who dare to speak out) and the Sunnah activists who dare to spread Sunnah literature and those who openly response to the lies and attacks of the Rafidah Shia cult. Unfortunately the Rafidite regime has been spreading a stereotype all over in Iran, namely that Iranian balochis (virtually all Sunnah), are “only” executed because they are drug smugglers. (As if Balochi stands for drug smuggler, even though mostly non-Iranian Balochis are heavy drug addict and smugglers, like Khamenei and its Rev. guards.)
It is true that the poor Iranian Baloch Sunnis are involved in smuggling at the border region of Iran, (many youth, even though Balochistan is a Sunnah area, are discriminated for being Sunni, thus having almost no chance to make a living by legal means) yet this became literally a stereotype (Baloch being smugglers) that every Balochi Iranian who raises his voice or is been executed is demonized as a “drug smuggler”. Even though many Sunnah Iranians in Balochestan have been executed under the pretext of “smuggling” and what not, in this case you can clearly hear the Basijis and other “Hezbollahi” (Hezbosh-shaitani) Rafidites who know better than all of us, that the crime of those being hanged is their belief, which they -the Rafidah- call “Wahhabism”.
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