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In The Name Of God of jesus and muhammad and moses

( The Rights Of fellow muslims (part1 

The Holy Prophet [PBUH] said: "He who grieves a true Muslim cannot then compensate for it by offering him the entire world because it is not sufficient compensation (unless he repents and appeases the said person)."
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 75, p. 150
Imam Kadhim [A.S] said: "Among your most compulsory duties towards your Muslim brother is that you conceal nothing from him which profits him either in this life or in the Hereafter."
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 2, p. 75
Imam Hassan, the second Imam [A.S], said: "Treat others similar to the way you would like for them to treat you."
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 78, p. 116
Imam Amir ul Mu'mineen Ali [A.S] said: "May Allah have mercy upon the person who services

۰ Comment موافقین ۱ مخالفین ۰ 02 June 15 ، 02:16


?who is a muslim



۰ Comment موافقین ۱ مخالفین ۰ 02 May 15 ، 12:16

ruhollah khomeini Founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran

imam Khomeini founded the Islamic Republic of Iran in 35 years ago

۰ Comment موافقین ۰ مخالفین ۱ 21 April 15 ، 11:05

Immoral Friends

Imam Sadiq [A.S] said: "He who seeks the company of those who insult the lovers of Allah has surely disobeyed Him, the Sublime."

Usul-i-Kafi, vol. 2, p. 379


Imam Sadiq [A.S] said: "When you are informed of a fellow companion committing an evil action, then go to him and tell him: 'O so and so! Either refrain from committing this sin or keep away from us'; then, avoid him unless he does so."

Wasa'il-ush-Shi'ah, vol. 16, p. 146


Imam Amir-ul-Mu'mineen Ali [A.S] said: "O' Kumayl! Say what is just in any condition. Be friends with the righteous and avoid the evil doers, stay away from the hypocrites and do not accompany the treacherous."

Mustadrak-ul-Wasa'il, vol. 12, p. 197


Serving People

The Holy Prophet [A.S] said: "He who decreases a grief out of the grieves of this world for his Muslim brother, Allah will decrease for him a grief out of the grieves of the Hereafter."

۰ Comment موافقین ۰ مخالفین ۰ 19 April 15 ، 03:47

We will mention some examples of Christian worship in comparison with what we have mentioned about Islamic worship. The Bible says: And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words.

Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.

“This, then, is how you should pray: “‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us today our daily bread.

And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.

And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. (Matthew: 6)

We will discuss a few points from this prayer: It begins by addressing God with the word: Our father, in the heavens!

The application of the expression ‘father’ to God, if it is with realization, then Exalted is Allah, the One, the Unique, the Needless, Who begets not, nor is He begotten. If it is anthropomorphism, then High is His Might that He be ascribed with human characteristics. In such a situation their prayers and worship would be for the created and not the Creator.

As for worship in Islam, then it is for Allah, the Exalted, Who has nothing whatsoever like unto Him. He is the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing; thus, the intellect does not deny Him recognition. He cannot be anthropomorphized with His creation.

After this praise for God, we see that the Christian prayer teaches him to ask for the bread for his body which is like grass for the body of an animal.

A Muslim, however, after praising his Lord in his prayer, seeks the light of vision in his wisdom so that he may find the right path to move to the purpose of his creation and the success in the way of his goal: Keep us on the right path. Thus, there is not any treasure more noble and precious than guidance which is the perfection of the human being. There is no path to the goal more fair, more right and nearer than the right path. And there is no goal higher and above Allah, the Blessed and Exalted.

The Christians do not forgive the people who have committed sins against them, nor do they forgive loans to people. Then how can they say this prayer, because with the words: as we also have forgiven our debtors; they would be lying in their prayers. Based on logic, lying is one of the evil acts and according to divine laws it is one of the major sins. Nearness to Allah is not possible through evil deeds and serving Him through sins. Repenting by sinning is another sin.

By: Ayatullah al-Uzma Shaykh Hussein Vahid Khorasani

Source: al-islam.org

۰ Comment موافقین ۰ مخالفین ۰ 19 April 15 ، 02:46
 the Battle of Jamal, when the people of Basra were defeated and escaped away, the soldiers of Islam followed them. Amidst the fight and flee a pregnant woman from Basra was struggling hard to escape. She fell on the ground and died along with her instantly born child. When they reported this touching incident to Imam Ali (A.S), he became very upset. The Imam summoned his husband. In his presence, Imam Ali (A.S) asked the witnesses:
 ?Who died first, mother or the childchil-
. They said: New born child died earl.
:The Imam issued the following orde:
“Pay two-third of the blood money for the child and half of the blood money of the woman to her husband, and one-third of the blood money of the child and half of the blood money of the woman to her relatives.”1
Although the people of Basra set up an uprising and killed 500 companions of Imam Ali (A.S) before the breakout of war, they were defeated. Although the defeated armies and people in all wars are not given any rights and choice, Imam Ali (A.S) who is a perfect example of humanity, observed the rights of his enemies and became upset with such an incident as the death of a woman and her child at war.
The above incident indicates that Islam respects the rights of the defeated enemy and instructs Muslims to treat the enemy fairly.
Translated by: Sadroddin Musawi
1. Sheikh Tousi, Tahzib al-Ahkam, Vol. 8; Koleini, Forou’ Kafi, P. 354
۰ Comment موافقین ۱ مخالفین ۰ 17 April 15 ، 17:52