If you have hands, call upon…

This kind of idolatry is common on Rafidi social media, it’s as MAINSTREAM as Sunnis posting reminders about invoking Allah alone.

Text reads (Iraqi Arabic): “If you have hands comment by invoking Abbas (Ya Abbas).”

Btw: Narrations about the brave Abul-Fadhl al-Abbas (martyred at Karbala with his half-brother Hussain ra) having lost is hands are based on unreliable reports, but that’s beside the point: From the foolishness of the Rafidah is that they seek help for all their needs from a handless creation of Allah!

Of course that Persian Tranny with plucked eyebrows is supposed to be demigod (Abul-Fadhl) al-Abbas in their Majoosi minds!

La3nallah on the Rafida for Catholic-Style idolatry in the name of Ahlul-Bayt.

2 thoughts on “If you have hands, call upon…

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  • 14/12/2019 at 7:50 PM
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    Salaam,
    Have you read the Quran? Then you may have read the verses, such as this one, “Who can INTERCEDE with Allah, without His Permission?.” Which translates as, that Allah s.w.t, DOES ACCEPT Intercession. It’s very clear. So who can do this? You or me? 🙂 Obviously not.

    Yes, the Imams couldn’t save their own lives, Imam Hussain a.s. couldn’t, nor could Abbas pbuh, and in fact ALL the prophets of God suffered, but they had to for a reason, it was God’s Will that they suffer and they submitted to HIS WILL. Their suffering was in no way to show their powerlessness, but rather to show their power..to show to humanity that for the cause of God, they were willing to give up their lives. This was the lesson we had to learn.

    Also, what does the Quran say about martyrs?
    Surah Ali-’Imran, 3:169-172

    169.”But do not think of those that have been slain in God’s cause are dead. Nay, they are alive! With their Sustainer have they their sustenance,”
    170. “exulting in that (martyrdom) which God has bestowed upon them out of His bounty. And they rejoice in the glad tiding given to those (of their brethren) who have been left behind and have not yet joined them, that no fear need they have, and neither shall they grieve:”
    171. “they rejoice in the glad tiding of God’s blessings and bounty, and (in the promise) that God will not fail to requite the believers,”
    172. “who responded to the call of God and the Apostle after misfortune had befallen them (in the battle of Ohad). A magnificent requital awaits those of them who have persevered in doing good and remained conscious of God.”
    And from 2 vs 154
    “And say not of those who are slain in God’s cause, “ They are dead”: nay, they are alive , but you perceive it not.”
    If they are alive, why wouldn’t or shouldn’t we call out to them to intercede on our behalf?
    When people go to the shrines of these Holy ones, miraculous cures takes place depending on how strong their faith is. How does that happen? Can you explain it, or refute it? In fact, the reality is this, that the event of Karbala’s commemoration only strengthens in intensity and in numbers with each passing year, where millions make the pilgrimage, and millions are fed and given shelter along the way, and all this happens with ease and with superb organization. NO OTHER EVENT can claim this. Think about it.
    Sincerely,
    Habibeh Alikhan

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