Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Imam Tripoli : Sunni Cinta Ahlul Bait Nabi s.a.w ( Sunni loves Ahlul Bait a.s ) / Utusan Malaysia demand High Court compensation RM4500 from Kamilzuhairi

 Tripoli Friday Prayer Leader: Sunni Muslims Love 

Ahlul Bayt (PBUT)

Sunni Religious leader from Tripoli underscored the loyalty and love of Sunni Muslims to the household of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) calling that an important principle in Sunni communities.

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Sunni Religious leader from Tripoli underscored the loyalty and love of Sunni Muslims to the household of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) calling that an important principle in Sunni communities.

Sheikh Mahmoud Bin Mousa, Friday prayer leader of the Libyan capital has met with Shia and Sunni prayer leaders of Gonbad-e Qabus in Northeastern Province of Golestan in Iran referring to the affection of Sunni Muslims towards Ahlul Bayt (AS) from Hazrat Ali (AS), first Shia Imam to Imam Mahdi (AS), last Imam and Savior of the World.

“Contrary to some history records the relation between companions and household of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) was very good.” he said and rejected some history references based on disagreements between Imam Ali (AS) and Abubakr, a close companion and father in law of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and Umar, a leading companion and advisor of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

He referred to the names of two of Imam Ali (AS) sons taken after Sunni figures, Umar and Abubakr and called that as an affection of Imam Ali (AS) towards companions of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

He called the disagreement between companions and household of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) as an illusion of the enemies of Islam and stressed, “Affection and friendship with the household of Prophet Mohammad (AS) will not realize unless with a disavowal of the enemies of Islam.”

Prayer leader of Tripoli praised the unity of Shia and Sunni in Gonbade Qabus and called for boosting the practical unity between these Islamic denominations.

Akhoond Abdul Baset Noorizad, Sunni Prayer leader of Gonbad-e Qabus hailed the peaceful coexistence of Shia and Sunni in this region and called that a positive outcome of the Islamic Revolution. 

 Tripoli Friday Prayer Leader: Sunni Muslims Love Ahlul Bayt (PBUT)

Syrian Shia, Sunni Muslim  participated in the 

funeral procession of 24 Martyrs

The bodies of 24 martyrs on Sunday were escorted to their final resting place in the Martyrs' Cemetery of Besnada in Lattakia Province.

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The martyrs were targeted by the armed terrorist groups while performing their national duty in Homs province.

Governor of Lattakia Abdel Qader Mohammad al-Sheikh said that the martyrs sacrificed their souls for the sake of the homeland.

Mufti of Lattakia, Sheikh Ghazal Ghazal, said that the Syrian Army will always be the defender of the homeland regardless of the conspiracies that aim at Syria's steadfastness and national unity.

For his part, Christian Father Jihad Nassif expressed appreciation for the sacrifices of the martyrs to protect Syria's security and stability. 

                    DOWN WITH TERRORISTS


 Bosnian Mufti praises Iran for assistance during Bosnian war

Deputy Head of Ulama of Bosnia and Herzegovina Asmat Sebahic said Iran’s help during Bosnian war and hard times of the nation is a valuable and positive memory in the minds of Bosnians.

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Deputy Head of Ulama of Bosnia and Herzegovina Asmat Sebahic said Iran’s help during Bosnian war and hard times of the nation is a valuable and positive memory in the minds of Bosnians.

According to the report of Foreign Ministry Media Department, Ramin Mihman-parast, the Ministry spokesman, met with Sebahic in Sarajevo on Tuesday.

In the meeting, Sebahic expressed pleasure with Iranian delegation visit to Bosnia and said world Muslims should work together to solve crises and problems of Islamic countries.

He also expounded on programs and activities of Bosnian Islamic society and said that unity among different ethnical groups in Bosnia is the first priority and the most important program for them.

Foreign Ministry spokesman said that Iran is trying to promote ties in all fields.

'We follow Islamic world problems and geographical borders cannot separate Muslims from each other,' Mehman-parast said in the meeting.

He added that enemies are constantly plotting to create disunity among Islamic countries and their conspiracies should be thwarted with vigilance. 

http://abna.co/pic/home/arrow4ltr.gif Bridging the Ummah: Sunni and Shia as One

The centuries-old Shia-Sunni differences are the major obstacle to Muslim unity. The enemies of Islam to their benefit have always fanned these differences.
Dr. Shahid Athar M.D

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Unfortunately, some so-called Muslim scholars on their payroll have also played a key role in keeping these differences alive. Although I was born into aSayyid Sunni family, I did not know of manydifferences while growing up as a child. Our families always respected Imam Hussain (peace be upon him) and his parents and participated inceremonies marking the anniversary of his martyrdom (the 10th day of the month of Muharram which is called Ashura) by reciting the first chapter of the Quran (al-Fatihah) andother chapters and verses of the Quran and fasted on the ninth and tenth days of that month.
Now when I give lectures on Islam to non-Muslims, one of the questionsthey always ask me is if I am Shia or Sunni. I ask them if they know the difference them by the media. So they say Shias are the ones who are the bad guys, the militant version of Islam, and cause all the trouble in the Middle East these days.
These non-Muslim American the difference. They have no knowledge, other than what has been given to audiences of mine are surprised to learn that some of the known tyrants like Saddam Hussain and troublemakers like the PLO and Hamas are all Sunnis, just as they are surprised to learn that Tariq Aziz ( Iraq ’s Foreign Minister) was Christian and not a Muslim.
This is what I say to them about Shi’ites.”If Ali Ib n Talib (cousin of Prophet Muhammad) was a Shia, then I am a Shia. If he was a Sunni then I am a Sunni [i.e., a follower of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)]. In Islam there are five recognized schools of Divine Law: 1) Hanafi; 2)Shafi; 3) Maliki; 4) Hambali and 5) Jafari.
The first four are called Sunni, and the fifth one, who in addition to following sayings and actions of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), also follows those of Ali and consider him as the rightful successor of the Prophet, are called Shia. The first four have many major theological differences among themselves and according to a Christian friend of mine, “The only time Sunnis are united is when they are fighting Shias.” Shi’ism started as a political movement (Shia means follower or partisan) to help Ali become successor of Muhammad (PBUH.
Around every successful popular figure, there are some admirers whose own future interests rest with the rise of their leader. Thus in Indiana , we have “Friends of Lugar Club”, who are hoping that some day Senator Richard Lugar will become a US President. Nationally, we now have a Hillary Rodham Clinton Fan Club with 4,000 members! Thusthere were the Followers of Ali Club, which later on became a political movement. During the initial battles with unbelievers, Ali, the Sword of Islam, was in the forefront and defeated and killed many of their leaders whose children and grandchildren, even when they became Muslims, always remembered who killed their father (animosity).
Ali was raised by Prophet Muhammad as a child so he knew Islam very well. Thus, when he became a judge, his judgments were based on strict Islamic principles, much to the disappointment of many who expected him to be lenient to the rich and powerful. He was so well respected and trusted by both Caliph Abu Bakr and Umar, that in difficult cases they asked his opinion.
Nevertheless, I tell my non-Muslim audience that both Shia and Sunni have many things in common. They both believe in One God (Allah), follow the same Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as the last Prophet, offer five daily-prescribed prayers, perform the prescribed fast in the month of Ramadan, go to Mecca for the pilgrimage (hajj), read the same Quran, and pay the poor-due.
However, my answers can only satisfy my uninformed non-Muslim audience. The Sunni brothers, misguided by western propaganda, who are ready to embrace non-Muslims (especially the white ones), in the pretext of invitation to Islam, will not do so for Shia. They are ignorant Sunnis. Our job as a missionary should be to invite both groups to the true Islam and not chase them out. There is a movement in the Sunni world to have Shias labeled as disbelievers. I have been told thatSaudi Wahabi Mufti Shaykh Bin Baz has declared an edict that the meat of the People of Book (Jews and Christians) is permissible for Sunni Muslims to eat but not the meat slaughtered by Shias.
There are scholars on both sides, like Imam Khomeini and Shaykh Shaltut of al-Azhar who have done their best to minimize these differences and bring unity, but it is not working due to the misinformation prevailing in the common masses of Sunnis about Shi’ism. Thus I am listing their misconceptions of Shia belief and practices. For answers, I have consulted two Shia scholars in AmericaDr. A. S. Hashim of Washington and Imam Muhammad Ali Elahi of Detroit.
Professor Seyyed Hossein Nasr wrote to me “to ignore and not waste time in responding to such wrong allegations.” He also mentioned that a great deal of money and effort is being spent in the last few years to fan the fire of hatred between Shia and Sunni in the Persian Gulf region with obvious political and economical fruits for powers to-be.”
However, in the interest of Islamic unity, I must deal with the questions rather than shun them. Please note that Imam Jafar (peace be upon him), founder of the Shia school of law, was the teacher of Imam Abu-Hanifa (peace be upon him).
Misconception #1: Shias have a different Quran. They add another 10 chapters to the original Quran. Response: Not true. I have checked many times Quran kept in Shia homes and mosques. I still find it the same as the original Quran. More recently, I took care of an Iranian lady patient hospitalized here. I saw a copy of the Quran by her sideI borrowed it from her and browsed through cover-to-cover. In Arabic it was the same as our Quran. Of course, since I did not know the Persian language, I can’t say much about the translation. It is a sin to even say that the Quran can be changed or added to by Shia when God protects it.
Misconception #2: Some Shia considers Ali as God. Response: Not true. It is disbelief to even think of such a thing. During the time of Ali, some pagan groups called Gholat did consider Ali as Lord. When he found out, they were burned to death.
Misconception #3: Shias have different declarations of faith and they add to the call to prescribed prayer. Response: The declaration to become a Muslim, as administered to non Muslims, is the same. Some Shia add to themselves, “Ali is a friend of God (PBUH) or Ali is a spiritual leader of God,” after the call to prescribed prayer, but notas part of the call to prescribed prayer.
Misconception #4: Shias do not perform Sunnah prayers. Sunnah prayers are non-obligatory prayers performed by Prophet Muhammad. Response: Shias do perform non-obligatory prayers, 36 cycles per day in total, but call it Nawafil (extra) and not Sunnah as all of the Prayers are Sunnah.
Misconception #5: Some Shia believes the Angel Gabriel made a mistake and prophet hood was meant for Ali and not Muhammad (PBUH). Response: Not true. No Shia thinks of such false claims. “Only demented minds think of such questions.”
Misconception #6: Shias slander and ridicule the first three caliphs (Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman) and Prophet Muhammad’s wife, Aisha. Response: Shia considers the first three caliphs as companions and administrators, but not spiritual leaders (Imams). Imam Jafar Sadiq, whose mother and grandmother came from the line of Abu Bakr, said of Abu Bakr, “He gave me birth twice.” Aisha is respected by Shias as the”Mother of Believers,” as Ali respected her when he sent her back from Basra to Medina after the Battle of the Camel. If some Shia do slander the three caliphs and Aisha, they do it out of ignorance and should ask God’s forgiveness. (As we have witnessed how Imam Khomeini The Shia bravely declared death of Salman Rushdie -The author of Satanic Verses who abused the wife of Prophet Aisha and Only The Shia Leader declared it as blasphemy, just for his Fatwa the whole western countries became against Iran . See how much price did Shia pay to defend Aisha – while Saudi Arabia , Kuwait , UAE etc. etc. as the Sunnigovernment were silent they did not defend Aisha. Now who loves Aisha?)
Misconception # 7: Shias combine all five prayers into one prayer in the evening. Response: Not true. In Shia mosques, whether in Iran or the USA , all five daily prayers are performed. Shia do combine noon and afternoon and evening and night, but Shia scholars recommend performing them separately. Such combinations may not be ideal, but better than not praying at all. How can a Sunni who does not pray at all be better than a Shia who combines prayers?
Misconception # 8: Shias do not pay zakat (poor-due). Response: Not true. They not only pay 2.5% left over from savings as zakat, but also an additional 20% as Khums or general charity. However, they prefer to pay directly to the needy, or their grass roots recognized scholars rather than corrupt Sunni, or Shia (The Shah?) governments.
Misconception #9: Shias practice temporary marriages (Mutah). Response: Mutah (temporary marriages) was allowed during the time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and he himself practiced it. Ib n Zubayr was born out of the temporary marriage. Later on Caliph Umar prohibited it due to social reasons as the Islamic world was rapidly expanding. Shias discourage Mutah but do not consider it prohibited. Some do abuse this. As a temporary privilege during travel, it is better than adultery.
Misconception #10: They consider Imams infallible and above the Prophets. Response: Not true. All prophets are born Prophet but as mentioned in Quran about Abraham that after passing the test, a prophet becomes a leader (Imam). Muhammad (PBUH) is the Prophet (Nabi), Messenger (Rasul) and leader (Imam). Shias consider The Imams as error free carriers of the message of Islam. Shias consider Ali only as an Imam and not prophet. But his relevance in relation to The Muslim Ummah in particular and the times in which we all live, his contribution as “carrier” is more relevant than the Prophets before Muhammad whose books are lost, and contributions are “legendary” at best.. With the little knowledge I have, I have tried to do my best as a Sunni in defending my Shia brothers in Islam with the hope and prayer to God Almighty that He will “instill love in the heart of the believers” and bring us closer to each other so that we jointly can fight our common enemy, Satan and his followers.
 Isteri peguam Mesir yang ditahan Saudi menafikan   
suaminya terlibat dengan dadah
http://abna.co/pic/home/arrow4rtl.gif زوجة الجيزاوي تنفي الإدعاءات السعودية بحيازة زوجها المخدرات

أكدت زوجة المحامي المصري أحمد الجيزاوي، أن السلطات السعودية ألقت القبض على زوجها فور دخولهما صالة الوصول بمطار جدة بمجرد الاطلاع على جواز سفره، وقبل أن يتم تفتيش الحقائب، رافضة الإدعائات السعودية بأنه أعتقل بعد العثور على مواد مخدرة في حقائبه

ابنا: كشفت شاهندة فتحي في لقاء تلفزيوني أمس الأحد على قناة "دريم"، أن زوجها تعرض للتعذيب للإدلاء باعترافات تؤكد حيازته للمواد المخدرة ، مشيرة الى أنها غير معترفة بتلك الأقوال التي ادلى بها.
ونفت نفيا قاطعا الرواية التي تتحدث عن أنه كان يحمل هديه بها اقراص مخدرة الى اشخاص في السعودية ، مشيرة الى أن  السلطات السعودية سلمتها الحقائب الخاصة بهما رغم أنه قانونا يجب أن يتم تشميعها وتحريزها إذا كان بداخلها أقراص مخدرة .
 وطالبت شاهندة الجيزاوي المجلس العسكري بالتحرك لإنقاذ زوجها  ، معربة عن اندهاشها من استياء المجلس العسكري من التظاهرات وعدم رفضه للإساءة للمصريين بالخارج واتخاذ الإجراءات اللازمة للحفاظ على عزة وكرامة أبناء الوطن في الخارج.

Malaysia News : Utusan Malaysia Newspaper demand 

RM4500 from Mohd Kamilzuhairi

to be paid as a compensation after KL High Court decided to 

put aside the sue against

the Utusan newspaper in the KL High Court.Allegations and 

false statements on shiite and 

Shiism was published in a very negative manner

by Utusan newspaper after Selangor Religious Authority 

JAIS  shameful raid on prophet s.a.w grandson a.s mourning 

ceremony Huseiniah majlis at Hauzah AR-RIDHA

a.s Gombak Selangor on 15 DEC10 night of Ashura.

This shameful demand has been informed yesterday night

to Kamilzuhairi by his civil lawyer assistant.

 Down with Utusan


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