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.

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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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    • 17/02/2020 at 5:02 AM
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      Greetings,

      Your comment is filled with typical half-truths and the concealment of Quranic verses that utterly destroy Shi’ism.

      As for having read the Qur’an: One of the top Shia Ayatollahs bitterly admitted that Sunnis are superior in the sciences of the Qur’an, so don’t worry about that:

      As for intercession/Shafa’ah: It is undoubtly Islamic, however, what Shias do is not intercession. What you do is to pray directly to Imams (like Catholics do when they pray to their saints) and then try to justify this paganism and polytheism with fancy Islamic terminologies like Tawassul and Shafa’ah (as if calling Shirk as Tawheed turns Shirk into Tawheed!). Islamic intercession is a concept for the DAY OF JUDGEMENT. On that day, Prophets, Martyrs etc. can intercede for sinners AFTER Allah gave them permission to do so. This has nothing to do with polytheistic Shia practices where not just the ‘infallible’ Imams but even non-infallibles like Zaynab, Abul-Fadhl are literally prayed to and asked for everything (including things one asks from Allah alone).

      Your imaginary intercession which is the intercession of the idol-worshippers is an invalid intercession, for Allah does not permit intercession unless He is pleased both with the intercessor AND those for whom intercession is made. How can Allah be pleased with Shi’ites who are drown in Kufr and Shirk (all in the name of “loving Ahlul-Bayt”)?

      Seeking intercession from the dead and occupants of graves (no matter if they are martyrs or not), or from a living person who is absent, believing that he is able to hear and meet one’s need. This is the kind of intercession that constitutes shirk, which is clearly forbidden in many verses of the Qur’an and ahadeeth from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), because it ascribes to them attributes which belong only to the Creator, for He is the Ever-living Who never dies.

      The specious argument that the awliya’ (“saints”) and Sayyids intercede for them and for those who call on them is exactly what Allah described the early mushriks as doing, when they said,

      “These are our intercessors with Allah”

      –referring to those whom they worshipped among the angels, righteous people and others, and meaning that they would intercede for them with Allah. In the same way, the contemporary mushriks say “the awliya’ (‘saints or Imams’) intercede for us; we cannot ask of Allah (directly) so we ask them and they ask of Allah.” And they say that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and all the Prophets and righteous people were given the power of intercession, and we call upon them and say, intercede for us as Allah has given you the power of intercession. They give the example of kings in this world, and say that the kings of this world can only be approached through intercession; if you need something, you go to their friends and those who are close to them, their ministers, gatekeepers, servants, etc., to intercede for you so that the king can deal with your matter; so we reach Allah by approaching and asking His awliya’ and the Sayyids/Saint/mams/Pirs who are close to Him. By doing this they fall into the same shirk as those who came before them, and they compare the Creator to His creation.

      [Yoonus 10:18 – interpretation of the meaning]

      As for your poor argument regarding the weak saints/Imams you call upon besides Allah:

      “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.”

      Nothing but philosophical nonsense. Of course all Prophets and even many pious non-Prophets suffered in this world. However, do Muslims attribute super powers to them? No! Even the likes of Jesus (as) who with the permission of Allah raised the dead (their specific miracles) have not been turned by Muslims into saints who are called upon, yet the Shias have turned the family of Ali (ra), the cousin of the Prophet (s) as the focus point of Islam and call upon them for their needs.

      Besides, a single verse refutes your argument:

      And if I knew the unseen, I could have acquired much wealth, and no harm would have touched me. I am not except a warner and a bringer of good tidings to a people who believe.” ” (7:188)

      Here Allah quotes the Prophet (saws) and although the Prophet (saws) had knowledge about some portions of the Ghayb, the did not know all of it, not even enough to save himself from every harm, IF he had, NO harm would touch him. Yet Shias want us to believe that the Imams knew vast amounts (similar to Allah really) of the unseen and knew when and how they will die! What an insult, especially to Imam al-Husayn (ra) who took over 70 of his family members, including many women children and even babies to his long journey.

      So please stop with these pathetic excuses, the truth is that all the creation, including Prophets (let alone Imams) are all in need of Allah. Ali (ra) and Abbas (ra) could not save themselves at their time of death if they wanted so how can they give madad (help and aid) to millions of Rafidis around the world who are calling upon them?

      And this takes us to the pathetic “but the martyrs are alive” shubhah/spoof of an argument. Yes, martyrs are alive but read the verse correctly:

      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,”

      The martyrs are alive WITH Allah. They are in Paradise and are given SUSTENANCE. Their souls are not floating around in this world for your Shias to call upon them and ask them for sustenance. Allah never gave them such powers. The Prophet (saws), Abu Bakr (ra), Ali (ra) could never listen to millions of calls when they were alive let alone when they left this world. Anyone claiming otherwise must bring a clear-cut proof and generic arguments like “why not…with the persmission of God” are not enough as with the permission of God many things are possible, doesn’t make it a fact.

      As a matter of fact none of your Imams, nor any Prophet or anyone or anything from among the creation can ever be called upon as that would deify them for the simple reason that it is Allah alone who is:

      Al-Baseer (All-Seeing)
      Al-Samee’ (All-Hearing)
      Al-‘Aleem (The One aware of everything)
      Al-Mujeeb (the one who responds to requests of those who call upon him)

      So your question that is based on your ignorance of the basics of Tawheed, worship and the Qur’an:

      “If they are alive, why wouldn’t or shouldn’t we call out to them to intercede on our behalf?”

      Is simply answered by saying that

      1. Your Imams can’t be called upon by millions, in every language, dialect and accent, 24/h a day. Allah is the one who possesses such qualities and attributes to respond to millions upon millions not your Imams.

      2. It is not about dead or alive, even if your saints/Imams were alive it would still constitute shirk to PRAY/make Du’a to them and ask them for all your needs, Allah did not order you to do so, Allah actually warned against this practice and explicitly commanded us to call on him ALONE:

      And your Lord said: “Invoke Me, [i.e. believe in My Oneness (Islamic Monotheism)] (and ask Me for anything) I will respond to your (invocation). Verily! Those who scorn My worship [i.e. do not invoke Me, and do not believe in My Oneness, (Islamic Monotheism)] they will surely enter Hell in humiliation!”
      Quran (40:60)

      Finally you said:

      “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?”

      Same argument is put forward by Catholics, Hindus and other polytheists who encounter all sorts of miracles at their favourite tombs and shrines. Doesn’t make anything true, especially since it is against the essence of Islam and practice of the polytheists.

      The tragic event of Karbala, the martyrdom of our master al-Husayn ibn ‘Ali has been turned into an annual carnival and circus of self-flagellation and self-mutilation and other excessive and bizarre forms of ‘mourning’ by the heretics who masquerade themselves as ‘the followers and lovers of Ahlul-Bayt’.

      On top of that, Catholic-style idolatry is flourishing in their holy cities, all in the name of loving and remembering the tragedy of Karbala! This is how Shaytan works, this is how he misguides the masses, making their evil deeds look beautiful to them.

      {He (Satan) said: “O my Lord! Because you misled me,
      indeed I will definitely adorn for them
      (i.e., make “evil” attractive to them) in the earth;
      and indeed I will definitely misguide them all together}

      Quran 15:39

      Islam’s view on miracles:

      Shaykh al-Islam Abul-Abbas Ibn Taymiyyah (may Allah have mercy on him) said:

      “The karamat (miracles) of the close friends of Allah (Awliya’) are true according
      to the consensus of the Imams of Islam and of Ahl as-Sunnah wa’l-Jama‘ah.
      That is indicated by the Qur’an in more than one place and by sahih
      Hadiths and well founded reports from the Sahabah, Tabi‘in and
      others. It is only denied by innovators such as the Mu‘talizah, Jahmiyyah
      and those who followed them. But many of those who claim to have
      performed miracles or to whom people attributed miracles
      may have been lying or confused.”

      [Mukhtasar al-Fatawa al-Masriyyah, 2/63]

      Al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar (may Allah have mercy on him) said:

      “Extraordinary feats may be granted to a heretic by way of letting him get
      carried away and become misguided (i.e. as a trial), just as they may be granted
      to one who is strong and true in faith by way of honour and blessing. The only
      way to know the difference between them is by seeing which of them is
      following the Qur’an and Sunnah.

      [Fath al-Bari 12/385]

      “Can you explain it, or refute it?”

      Done

      “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.”

      With ease, huh? superb organization, huh? God, why are you Shias so deluded? Not long ago over 30 of your people were killed in a mass stampede: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/09/16-dead-stampede-iraqi-shia-shrine-190910130823219.html

      And the greatest event is the Hajj not your tomb/shrine Hajj to Karbala, but we know well that in Shi’ism, shrine obsession and the Hajj to Karbala is greater than the Muslim Hajj, we have covered this topic so don’t even try to deny it:

      https://anti-majos.com/2019/10/01/the-greatest-hajj-pilgrimage-to-karbala/

      Finally I leave you with verses that Shia polemicists often ignore:

      Verily, those whom you call upon besides Allah are slaves like you. So call upon them and let them answer you if you are truthful. Quran
      (7:194)
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      O mankind! A similitude has been coined, so listen to it (carefully): Verily! Those on whom you call besides Allah, cannot create (even) a fly, even though they combine together for the purpose.
      And if the #fly snatched away a thing from them, they would have no power to release it from the fly. So weak are (both) the seeker and the sought.
      Quran (22:73)
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      ANTI-MAJOS admin

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