Jesus Christs' (AS) disciples VERSUS Ayatullat Sistani (Tawassul)

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Ebn Hussein

Jesus Christs' (AS) disciples VERSUS Ayatullat Sistani (Tawassul)
« on: September 21, 2014, 12:07:35 AM »
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Rafidah (just like Catholics and other saint worshippers) insist that Muslims should call upon Ali, Fatimah and the rest of the Imams for all sorts of needs. In the following Fatwa, Sextani the Mushrik (Grand Ayatullat) teaches his Baha'im (cattle) to not just ask the Imams so they can ask Allah (that's a myth, that's how Shias water down their shirk and it's a trick used by all Mushriks who PRAY to saints, just like Catholics who claim they use Mary as an intercessor yet they pray to her DIRECTLY), rather he teaches them to ask the Imams DIRECTLY for EVERYTHING including children! Shias are taught from childhood on to PRAY to Imams just like Catholics are taught from childhood on to PRAY to Mary and Saints (and Catholics too regard themselves as 'monotheists' and get offended when you call them polytheist, but we all know they are polytheist of the beast kind, same goes for the Rafidah, they can deny all they want, it doesn't change the reality):

Ayatullat Sistani:

Book "Al-Fatawa Al-Muyasarah" (a collection of his Fatwas):

At page 421 we read:

Q: Is it permissible to ask for sustenance, a child, protection or intercession directly from the infallible ones?

Sistani: Let me ask you first. Do you seek this from them because they create, or sustain, or protect?

Questioner answers: Certainly not. But rather because they are the means to Allah Subhana wa Taala, the intercessors with Him in the disposal of affairs, and because they cannot do anything but with the permission of Allah, the Sublime and Exalted.

Sistani: You mean that they ask Allah the Exalted and He creates, and they ask Him and He sustains, and they ask Him and He protects, and because they are intercessors, whose pleas or supplications are not rejected, because of their status with Allah, the Sublime, and for their guardianship over us?

Questioner: Yes, I mean that.

Sistani: This is permissible. Allah (s.w.t.) says: "...and seek means of nearness to Him..." (Qur'an, 5:35) and they (alaihuma salam) are your means of approach to Allah Subhana wa Taala. This is permissible.

Allahu Akbar! So as long as you don't believe that the Imams are literally GODS beside Allah then you can ask them DIRECTLY for EVERY need INCLUDING Rizq (sustenance), children and protection. That's similar to the belief of the pagan Quraysh who also believed in a superior deity (Allah) but believed that the Angels, saints, 'daughters of Allah' etc. have a SHARE in the disposal of affairs such as RIZQ, CHILDREN etc. Change the names of Mary to Fatimah and Jesus to Ali and the saints of the Catholic church to the Arab names of the Imams then you know that there is not much difference between Imamite Shiism and Catholicism (Catholics are better though, at least they pray to Jesus and Mary who are actually being mentioned in the Qu'ran, EXPLICITELY, unlike the so called infallibles ...)

NOTE: The issue here is not about the Imams being dead or alive, the difference between us and the Mushriks is not based on that only, for even if the Imams or any Prophet was alive, asking them DIRECTLY for CHILDREN and Rizq is kufr and something neither the Sahaba nor any believer every did, ponder over the Qur'an where the disciples of Jesus (AS), yes MIGHTY Jesus, the MESSIAH of Allah who has been mentioned in the Qur'an multiple times (unlike the Shia Imams, who have been mentioned ZERO times) never asked HIM directly for Rizq (sustenance):

"And remember when the disciples said, "O Jesus, son of `Maryam (Mary)! Can your Lord send down for us a table from heaven?" Jesus said, "Fear Allah, if you have faith." They said, "We only wish to eat from it and satisfy our hearts and know that you have told us the truth and be witnesses of the miracle." Jesus, son of Maryam (Mary), said, "O Allah, our Lord! Send us, from heaven, a table, that it may be for us - for the first and last of us - a solemn festival and a sign from You and provide our sustenance, as You are the best Sustainer." Allah replied, "I will send it down to you, but if any of you should reject faith after it, I shall punish him with a punishment such as I have never inflicted upon anyone from the Universe."

This is Tawheed, the Tawheed and Islam of all Prophets. The Prophets never called upon Al-Hussein or Ali (as filthy Shia Tafsirs claim, hence they are too ashamed to translate them) nor did their disciples asked mighty Prophets such as Jesus for RIZQ, although he performed miracles right in front of their eyes. Compare their Tawheed to the Talheed (atheism) of Sextani and is accursed followers who claim to be upon the Madhab of the Ahlul-Bayt! Do you know understand why we Muslims/Sunnah will never accept that Imamism represent the Ahlul-Bayt in any shape or form just like Christianity doesn't represent Jesus' REAL teachings?

As for the verses Sextani quoted, then this Ayatullat is such a Jahil (ignorant) that he doesn't know that his OWN Shia Tafsirs NEVER claimed that those verses support calling upon saints (Imams), the verses are not about Tawassul to begin with, they are about the STATUS of the martyrs (anyone can possible be a martyr!), the Imams of the Shias are not even mentioned in the verse (as usual), neither with their names nor with any title, it's a general verse about the rank of the shuhada' (martyrs) and the Shia Tafsirs themselves disprove Sistani's claim:


Sextani is of course not alone, Fiqh Al-Kidhb seems to be the expertise of all tyre-heads, watch this London based one who lies through his teeth with no shame whatsoever, advocated direct prayers to Ali based on a FABRICATED (i.e. not just weak) narration and claiming ON AIR that this narration is authentic. After watching this video you will understand why the scholars like Imam Al-Shafi'i called the Rafidah the biggest liars amongst the CREATION (see my signature):

« Last Edit: September 21, 2014, 12:13:01 AM by Ebn Hussein »
الإمام الشافعي رحمه الله
لم أر أحداً من أهل الأهواء أشهد بالزور من الرافضة! - الخطيب في الكفاية والسوطي.

Imam Al-Shafi3i - may Allah have mercy upon him - said: "I have not seen among the heretics a people more famous for falsehood than the Rafidah." [narrated by Al-Khatib Al-Baghdadi/Al-Kifayah]


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