From whom do you take your religion?

From whom do you take your religion? The answer for this question is one of the reasons why I(Ebn Hussein) left Shi’ism.

الحمد لله و الصلاة و السلام على محمد و أزواجه و ذريته و صحبه الكرام.

رب اشرح لى صدرى ويسر لى أمرى واحلل عقدة من لسانى يفقهوا قولى

اما بعد السلام على من اتبع الهدى

This is the question every sane and sincere Shia must ask himself. Actually Ahlesunnah too, since they are being objected from many years by the “Ayatollahs” of Qom and elsewhere to take their Deen from the Ahl Al-Bait.

Now I don’t want to start talking about how far their claim of following the Ahl Al-Bait is, (it is as true as the one of the Christians and their priests who claim to follow Jesus. We all know they are polytheist liars who ascribed all sorts of heresies to Jesus in the NAME of LOVING and FOLLOWING Jesus), since Sunnis have proven without a shadow of a doubt that the Imams of the Ahl Al-Bait had nothing whatsoever to do with the Aqidah of twelver Rafidi Imamism, they were 100% upon the creed of the Ahl Al-Sunnah, especially in regards to Tawheed and the Imamate issue, here is the proof in this article:{The Imams from Ahlebayt whom Shia consider to be their divinely appointed Imams were on the Creed of Ahlesunnah wal Jama’ah}
Anyway, the Shia “Ayatollahs” and their propagandists are not getting tired by shouting that Ahlesunnah should take their religion from the household of the Prophet (صل الله عليه و على آله و سلم) only. Now, those who have researched a bit know that, they actually want you to take your religion from the books of THEIR “Ayatollahs” EVEN THOUGH Ahl Al-Sunnah have narrated MORE authentic narrations from the Ahl Al-Bait than the Shias could have ever done. {Here is the proof:Narrations from Ahl-AlBayt present in the main books of Ahlesunnah}. So only a fool and ignorant would fall for their Da’wah.

Apart from the fact that the Prophet(saaw) never ever told us to take our religion from his family ONLY (this contradicts his seerah and other Sahih narrations where he ordered to take important parts of the Deen from non-Ahl Al-Bait), let alone from a specific number of his family. Not even the MISUSED Hadith Al-Thaqalain ever claimed such a thing. As for the noble Qur’an, then it is the biggest enemy to Shiism for it does not support its creed at all, especially the concept of Wilayah/Imamah that is more important and more virtues and the best thing that the Prophet came with according to major Shia scholars, yet not a single verse mentioning the Imams who have been raised over the ranks of the MAJOR Prophets, not a single clear-cut Ayah about their Imamat. Not a single NON-MUTASHIB (ambiguous) i.e. MUHKAM ayah about their Khilafah/Imamah, not a single quranic verse ordering the Ummah to follow Aal Muhammad/Ahl Al-Bait. Hence, by which all the Shia argue with their opponents, are the verses that are related to the Imamat of the PROPHETS, Kings etc BUT NONE of those verses are related to Imamah of Ahlelbayt. And if this is the case, then anyone could come up and declare anyone as “God appointed” then when being asked for proofs he/she points out that how Allah has chosen Prophets!

Ironically there is at least ONE clear-cut Quranic verse PRAISING those who followed the MAJOR Sahaba (first of Muhajirs and Ansars) in GOOD(for nobody is infallible, hence nobody follows Sahaba blindly).  Allah said in Quran: And the first to lead the way, of the Muhajirin and the Ansar, and those who followed them in goodness – Allah is well pleased with them.(al-Tawbah 9:100)

Anyways, basically Shias will never be satisfied if you tell them that Ali bin Abi Talib narrated more narrations than Abu Bakr and Othman put together in Sahih Al-Bukhari. Or that Imam Al-Baqir has narrated MORE Ahadith (in the nine sunni Hadith books) than the Imam of all the Sahabah i.e. Abu Bakr put together! Or that Imam Ahmad (in his Musnad) collected only 500 narrations from the FIRST THREE Khulafa, i.e. Abu Bakr, Omar and Othman, yet 804 narrations from Ali(ra) alone.

Hence be sure that Shias will never be satisfied with those facts, what they want you is to follow THEM, THEIR “scholars” who preach heresy and Khurafah (superstitions), they want you to follow the collections of pure evil and heresy (i.e), their Hadith books and Tafsir books the likes of Al-Kafi (best Shia Hadith book acc. to the agreement of Shia scholars) or Tafseers like the one of Al-Qummi.

You should also forget about the Du’a books of Ahl Al-Sunnah (full of Tawheed, where Allah is being called upon ALONE like Hisn Al-Muslim) and refer to Du’a books FULL of Shirk and heresy like “Mafatih Al-Jinan” (“The Keys to the heavens” by Abbas Al-Qummi who has been honoured with the title of “KHATAM AL-MUHADDITHEEN”!). Mafatih Al-Jinan that teaches the following[Click this link].

So basically you should reject the books of the Sunan and Hadith books with authentic narrations to the Master of all Infallibles Muhammad(saw) which were narrated by fallible(but students of the Prophet) and should cling to the Mursal(disconnected) “Hadith books” of Shias where FALLIBLE shia narrators who have been cursed by the Imams of the Ahl Al-Bait apparently narrated from the Imams of the Ahl Al-Bait. That’s what Shias want you to do, in order to be “guided”.

Do you want to take your Deen from the Ahl Al-Bait? Do you reject the narrations of the Ahl Al-Bait in the books of Sunnah? If so, let’s see who were the people who narrated the narrations of the Ahl Al-Bait in Shia books.

Let’s take a closer look and see who these people are (i.e.), those who are the first in the chains of the narration, those who NARRATED and COLLECTED the “Hadiths” of the Ahl Al-Bait in Shia books. Let’s start with the most authentic and most important Shia Hadith collection.
Question: Who is the owner of this BEST Shia Hadith book?

It is Al-Kafi of Muhammad Ibn Yaqoob Al-Kulaini. He is the first man in the chains, the one who basically narrated the “Hadiths” of the progeny of Muhammad (صل الله عليه و على آله و سلم) in Shia books. That is, he narrated from the second weighty thing of the two weighty things.

Now, Al-Kulaini(and his likes) the owner of the most important and most authentic book of Shia Hadith was a disbeliever in the greater weighty thing i.e. the Qur’an. He believed in the corruption of Quran. This is not a “Wahhabi/Nasibi/Yazeedi” claim as the local Shia Mullah wants you to believe, this is what the giants of Shi’ism have confirmed based on clear evidences. Fihrist of shia scholars and their believe in tahrif of Quran.

These were the esteemed Shia scholars like Kulayni, Baqir Al-Majlisi, Ali Ibn Ibrahim Al-Qummi (Tafsir Al-Qummi, FULL of accusations of Tahreef against the Qur’an), Al-Ayashi, Hurr Al-Amili, Abbas Al-Qummi, Murtadha Al-Shareef, Ni’matullahi Al-Jaza’ri (the proud of Shi’ism, Shia scholars of the past and today have nothing but praise for him, he was rewarded with a grave next to the Imam Ali shrine in Najaf. His accomplishment: He wrote an entire book to prove that the Qur’an is CORRUPTED! No sect on the earth, not even the Christians and Jews, the Nasibis and Kharijis have ever written an entire book on proving the corruption of the Qur’an by providing Ahl Al-Bait Hadiths!) etc.



Whoever disbelieves in the Qur’an is a Kafir for the FOUNDATION of Islam is the Qur’an hence there CAN’T be Ijtihad in “believing in it or disbelieving in it” (There might be Ijtihad in wordly or Fiqhi issue, like the BLOOD of Othman in the Jamal/Siffin issue, but there is never Ijtihad in Tawheed or the Qur’an). The Qur’an is actually THE miracle of the Prophet and if the bigger of the two weighty things (Al-Thaqalain) had been corrupted then which sane person would trust in the narrations of the lesser weighty thing (‘Itra/family/Ahl Al-Bait), narrated by a bunch of infallibles and DISBELIEVERS in the Qur’an?

Keeping this in mind that which type of people have actually narrated the “narrations of the Ahl Al-Bayt” in Shia books.  Now ask yourself, would you take your religion from a bunch of disbelievers?

Think about it, how can you trust the FIRST narrator of the Ahadith in Al-Kafi (i.e. the author Al-Kulaini) who did not just doubt but openly disbelieved in the correctness of the Qur’an! Do we take our Deen from Kuffar? Do we take the sayings of “lesser of the two weighty things (i.e. Ahl Al-Bait) from a disbeliever in the MAJOR weighty thing (i.e Al-Qur’an)?

Ponder over it, and know that this Shia scholar Al-Kulaini(and his likes) has been honoured with the title of THIQATUL-ISLAM (the trustworthy authority of ISLAM!!!) by all the major Shia scholars of the past and today. A “Thiqatul-Islam” who disbelieves in the correctness of the Book of Allah. This is the biggest flaw and problem in the religion of the Shias, which made me leave Shiism and to embrace the true Islam, that is the creed of Ahlesunnah.

But this was not the ONLY reason which made me leave Shiism, but there were many other flaws in the Shiism, like the contradictory narrations in almost every issue, which made MANY leave Shiism including me. Here are few examples from the words of esteemed Shia scholars which support my claim.

Esteemed Shia scholar, Ja’far al-Subhani says in “al-Rasael al-Arba’ah” pg.201:

عندما نطالع كتابي: الوسائل، والمستدرك مثلاً؛ نرى أنه ما من باب من أبواب الفقه إلا وفيه اختلاف في رواياته، وهذا مما أدى إلى رجوع بعض ممن استبصروا عن مذهب الإمامية
When we read the two books (of Hadith): Wasael al-Shia and Mustadrak al-Wasael for example, we see that there is no chapter or Fiqhi section which is free from conflicting narrations, this has caused some of those who converted to the Imami Madhab to leave it.

This matter had become so serious that some of their biggest scholars left the Madhab, such as the teacher of their leader al-Tusi, in “Rasael fi Dirayat al-Hadith” by abu al-Fadl al-Babili vol.2 pg.223 & in “Tahtheeb al-Ahkam” vol.1 pg.2:

ثم ذكر عن شيخه أبي الحسن الهاروني العلوي أنه كان يعتقد الحق ، ويدين بالإمامة ، فرجع عنها لما التبس عليه الأمر في اختلاف الأحاديث ، وترك المذهب .

[Then he(al-Tusi) mentions about his teacher abu al-Hassan al-Harouni al-‘Alawi that he used to believe in the truth(Shia Madhab), and that he took Imamah as his religion, but he left it when he became confused because of the conflicting narrations, and he abandoned the Madhab.]

I say: the one who has opened Shia books of Hadith knows the gigantic amount of Hadiths that were labeled as Taqqiyah by the Shia scholars thinking that it would solve their problems, and MANY of these are authentic according to their standards, and this saves them the effort of having to make illogical and strange explanations in order to reconcile them. After reading these explanations one can only come to the conclusion that the Imam was on Taqqiyah most of his time, and this is indeed what many of their scholars stated in their books, and they said that even their closest companions never knew most of the religious rulings because the Imams would use Taqqiyah even on their own followers.

Lastly, I would like to say that I’m not the only one who have left the Shia Madhab and embraced the true Islam, that is the creed of Ahlesunnah, but the list have innumerable people. But I would like to specify some renowned Shia scholars who left the Shia Madhab and embraced the true Islam.



Big Shia cleric Hussein Al-Moayyad who left Shiism for Islam and Sunnah.


Left (Shia), right (Muslim, Sunnah)

Top Shia Scholars who became Sunni المهتدون من علماء الشيعة


30 Top Shia scholars reverted to Islam to become Ahlu Sunnah!!


Shia Grand Ayatolah becomes Sunni – refutes and warns the shias [EngSubs]

Grand Ayatolah Syed Abul Fazl bin Al Reza Burqae Qomi one of the mujtahids of Qom who embraced true Islam – the Quran and Sunnah – In this video he quotes the verses of Quran which are in praises the Companions and refutes and warns the shias about the danger of insulting and cursing those sacred souls. To know more about Grand Ayatullah Abul Fazl Burqae Qomi (ra) آیت الله العظمی سید ابوالفضل ابن الرضا برقعی قمی


visit the following websites: [Short biography in Arabic] [in Farsi] [after visiting the page, go to ‌هدايت يافتگان section and click on his name].
You can also find his books on: [Arabic & Farsi] [only Farsi].


Ustad Haydar Ali Qalamdaran Qomi – known for works such as “Highway to Unity – An Analysis of Evidences for Imamah” & “Imamate and Khilafat” and many others.

His Biography:

Dr. Ali Muzafarian (Executed in Iran). [Farsi]


Dr.Kalhur, Iranian Professor living in the US.


Abdullah Efendi

– Islamic researcher of Sunni and Shia issues. Author of online books “Merits of the People of the Cloak” & “Merits of Ahlulbayt” and many other great articles in defense of Sunnah.


Farhad Amirebrahimi

-author of the book: “Up from Shiism: An Analytical Study of the Shia and Sunni Doctrines” It can be read here:


Shaykh Abdul Malik al-Shafi’i

One of his great works translated into English is about the crisis between Quran and Shia scholars can be read here:


Allama Ismail ale-Ishaq Kho’ainy [Farsi]


Sayyed Musa Musawi Isfahani

– known for his work “O Shias of the World, Wake up!”


Hujjatul Islam Murtaza Radmehr.

His famous work چگونه هدایت یافتم؟ – چرا سنی شدم؟ How I was guided? Why I became Sunni? [Farsi]—%DA%86%D8%B1%D8%A7-%D8%B3%D9%86%DB%8C-%D8%B4%D8%AF%D9%85%D8%9F


Sayyed Mahdi Musawi – Left Iran for his safety. [Farsi]


Mohammad Baqir Sajoody, Iranian writer

Former shia Muhammad Baqir Sajoody (Writer and Former Director of the Schools of Tehran), explains one of the reasons he left the sect of shia. He often writes articles on where he refutes and answers the shias. May Allah protect him. He also appears on Nour TV where he talks about various issues and refutes the accusations that are made against Main Stream Islam by the shia.


Ahmad al-Katib

– His famous work available in English is “THE DEVELOPMENT OF SHIITE POLITICAL THOUGHT” Link to his book & more info about him :

Also featured on @TheSunniDefense

Abdul Hamid (aka Abu Ismail al-Farsi)

@82ShaikhDebater of comparative religion.

Sister Aisha from Tehran, Iran.


Fahad Abdul Rahim.

-Researcher and Debater [Arabic]

Adnan al-Mutayri [Arabic]

Ustad Reza Zangene [Farsi]

Reza al-Hamoud from Qatif Saudi Arabia

Ali al-Hasawi from Ahsa, Saudi Arabia [Arabic]

Abdul Aziz Makki, Bahrain: [Arabic]

Badr Hilal: [Arabic]

Wasel al-Moayaid [Arabic]

Abubakr Tehrani

Amin Askari.

-Former IRGC member & Shia preacher. [Arabic]

Abdul Majid Naseri [Farsi]

Mohandis Amir Shokri [Farsi]

Adil Asadi Nia, Former Iranian Ambassador to Portugal

Ahmad Kasravi, Iranian intellectual (stabbed to death inside the courtroom)

Ahmad Kasravi (Ex-Shia) – An unsheathed sword against pagan Rafidite Shi’ism & its clergy


Sayed Ameer Hussain Shah Bukhari, Pakistan [Urdu]

Allama Molana Mohsan Raza Farooqi, Pakistan [Urdu]


Allama Kifayat Hussain Naqvi, Pakistan [Urdu]

Brother Ali On Wesal Farsi TV interview

Abu Ammar Interview on or you can read his brief post: Interviewed by @Farid_0v

Brother Husayn

-from Southern Lebanon, debated Sunnis for years on the online forums:

Sayyed Saeed Rasouli Nejad

Abu Khalifa Ali bin Muhammad al-Quzaiby

-known for his famous work “I found the Sahaba without losing the Ahlulbayt”. Arabic: Farsi: also available in several other languages.


Brother Amir

@persian_amiSaman Interview on @TheSunniDefense


Nawab Muhsin al Mulk Sayed Muhammad Mahdi Ali Khan.

-Former Shia scholar. Known for his masterpiece “Ayat Bayyinat” available in English:


Anwar Al-Ahwazi @IbnAlahwaz

Ustaad Khalid Ansari.

-Iranian ex-Shia researcher interview on Towheed TV on why he left Shiism. He has also been a guest analyst on this TV Channel for several years in a show hosted by @EbnHussein1424


In the end we would like to present this confession of Shia Ayatullah about the conversion of Shias to Ahlesunmnah.

In Iran: 12000 shia converted to sunnah islam within one year, Confession of Ayatullah Daneshmand

All praise and thanks be to Allah, Who has guided us to this(7:43).

He whom Allah guides, he is the rightly-guided; but he whom He sends astray, for him you will find no Wali(guiding friend) to lead him (to the right path)) (18:17)

It is Allah who gives Hidayah, He gives hidayah to whom He wills.


Article written by Ebn Hussein Al-Irani.

3 thoughts on “From whom do you take your religion?

  1. May Allah bless you, an EXCELLENT article and EXCELLENT and UNIQUE blog! Always PURIFY your intentions, make it for the sake of Allah and Allah will put immense barakah into this blog, wa jazakumullahu khayraa.

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