Ignorance(Jahalah) and Deception of Shias regarding Salat(blessings) and Salam(peace) upon Non-Prophets unveiled.


Ignorance(Jahalah) and Deception of Shias regarding Salat(blessings) and Salam(peace) upon Non-Prophets unveiled

In this article, we will present before our readers the ignorance and deception of Shias in regards to Salat and Salam upon non-prophets. We will see here that the hatred and enmity of Shias towards Sahaba have completely damaged their brain due to which they make certain arguments out of complete ignorance and from this they even try to deceive their lay shia followers.

The Meaning of As-Salam Alaikum

Muslims all over the world use the Islamic form of greeting, “Assalamu alaikum”, which means “peace be to you.” The very wording helps generate a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. But the true meaning of “Assalam Alaikum” is not a mere “Hi”, “Hello”, “How are you” as we are accustomed to using today – it has a much deeper meaning than just a standard greeting. Though it’s a greeting but it’s in the form of a prayer, a dua.  According to the eminent Muslim scholar Qadi Iyad, “salam” means “protection” (muhafaza) and so “assalamu alaikum” means “ May Allah’s (swt) protection and care be with you.” He expresses that it is a dua in the meaning of “May Allah (swt) be with you”.

The rule in Islam is that when we are offered a greeting, we return it with a better one, or with its equal at least. God orders in the Qur’an: When a greeting is offered you, answer it with an even better greeting, or (at least) with its like. God keeps count of all things.”[Surah an-Nur; 4: 86]

The better greeting and reply are illustrated in the following Hadith. Umar (radiAllahu anhu) reports that he was riding with Abu Bakr (radiAllahu anhu) on one mount. When they passed by people, Abu Bakr (radiAllahu anhu) greeted them saying: ‘Assalamu alaikum’ and they replied: ‘Wa alaikum assalam wa rahmatu Allah.’ Or he may greet them saying: ‘Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatu Allah,’ for which their reply was: ‘Wa alaikum assalam wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuh.’ Abu Bakr (radiAllahu anhu) commented: “Today, people have gained much more than us.” [Related by al-Bukhari in Al-Adab Al-Mufrad]
We note that every time Abu Bakr (radiAllahu anhu) offered a greeting, its reply was the same with an addition. The first one was the short form of the greeting of peace. The reply stated: ‘Wa alaikum assalam wa rahmatu Allah.’ This means: ‘And to you be peace together with God’s mercy.’ Thus, the reply adds a PRAYER that the person who offered us a greeting should be blessed with God’s mercy, both in this life and in the life to come.  When the person who starts the greeting includes in it this same PRAYER for mercy to the one being accosted, the latter replies with yet another addition, ‘wa barakatuh,’ which adds a wish for Allah’s blessing to the one who took advantage and offered us a friendly greeting. Abu Bakr (radiAllahu anhu’s) comment at the end of the Hadith shows that he was pleased with the fact that people always replied to his greeting with a better one.

It is reported that a man from the Yemen visited Abdullah ibn Abbas (radiAllahu anhu) and greeted him with the full greeting ‘Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuh,’ but added something extra. Ibn Abbas told him: “A greeting of peace ends WITH THE WISH FOR ALLAH’S BLESSINGS”. This signifies that the greeting of Salam is a prayer where we wish for Allah’s blessings. That is why though offering a greeting is a sunnah, but returning a greeting is obligatory.

Now the purpose of providing the meaning for “Salam alaikum” was to educate some ignorant Shias who have raised some unacademic and ignorant accusations against us, because in one of our article we proved before our readers that the phrase “Alaihi salam” or (A.S)[peace be upon him) can be added to the noble companions of Prophet Muhammad(Saw) in general. And there was no such problem in doing so. But it seemed that Shias were unable to tolerate  honor for Sahaba and out of their hatred and enmity towards the companions of Prophet(Saw) they raised some silly and stupid claims. Which will be refuted in this article. Inshallah.

And the other motive of writing this article is to open the eyes of those Shias who blindly follow the Shia websites and form their beliefs based on the information provided by those Shia websites. So this will be an eye opener for such shias, because they will discover that the arguments of Shia websites are always unacademic and they lack proper research, they are far from facts and are mixed with deception. Thus, we humbly advice truthseeking shias, that they should stop blindly following all these deceptive Shia websites, if they really care about their hereafter.

 

Refuting the Jahalah(ignorance) and Deception of Shias

Argument 1:

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] stated:

[Quote] II. THERE IS NO CORRELATION BETWEEN THE SALAM OF GREETING AND THE SALAM OF SALAT!

It is really sad that a Nasibi who has taken it upon himself to “defend” the Nasibi creed is so ignorant that he confuses the Salam of Greeting with the Salam of Salat! In all honesty, it is really VERY strange! Al-Hindi al-Nasibi (لعنه الله), quite shockingly, thinks that the Salat of alaihi salam is permissible for anyone that is greeted with Salam or As-Salam ‘Alaikum! For instance, this is one of his proofs that alaihi salam can be used for any Muslim:

[Sahi muslim Bk 4, Number 0798]: Ibn ‘Abbas reported: The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) used to teach us tashahhud just as he used to teach us a Sura of the Qur’an, and he would say: All services rendered by., words, acts of worship. and all good things are due to Allah. Peace be upon you,0 Prophet. and Allah’s mercy and blessings. Peace be upon us and upon Allah’s upright servants. I testify that there is no god but Allah, and I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.

6. Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “O Messenger of Allaah, what should I say to them (i.e., to the occupants of the graves)?” He said, “Say: Al-salaamu ‘ala ahl il-diyaar min al-mu’mineen wa’l-Muslimeen, wa yarham Allaah al-mustaqdimeena minna wa’l-musta’khireen, wa innaa in sha Allaah bikum la laahiqoon (Peace be upon the inhabitants of the graves, believers and Muslims. May Allaah have mercy upon those who have gone ahead of us and those who come later on, and verily we will, insha Allaah, join you).” [Narrated by Muslim, 974].

The above instances are only Salams of greeting!

The greeting of Salam (i.e. saying Salam ‘Alaikum) is only a way of creating goodwill among the people. It is a way of wishing others well. This is why it has been made the greeting of Islam:

[al-hilali and khan 6:54] When those who believe in Our Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) come to you, say: “Salamun ‘Alaikum” (peace be on you); your Lord has written Mercy for Himself, so that, if any of you does evil in ignorance, and thereafter repents and does righteous good deeds (by obeying Allah), then surely, He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.

And:

[al-hilali and khan 11:69] And verily, there came Our Messengers to Ibrahim (Abraham) with glad tidings. They said: salam (greetings or peace!) He answered, salam (greetings or peace!) and he hastened to entertain them with a roasted calf.[Quote]  [screen shot]

The ignorant Shia website due to their narrow minded researches have failed to even understand a very simple and basic meaning of “Salamalaikum”(We pity them), let alone understanding the other aspects of Islam.

As explained in the starting of article, “Salamalikum” is a greeting which is in the form of prayer(salat) or a dua. But the Shias explained this as if this is a mere greeting like Hi, or Hello and nothing else. They stated: { The greeting of Salam (i.e. saying Salam ‘Alaikum) is only a way of creating goodwill among the people. It is a way of wishing others well.}

But the answer to this pitiful understanding of Shias is that: “As-Salaamu Alaikum” is  a prayer of peace and blessing , and rather  a best Dua of security and protection from all harm and all evil. The word ‘salaam’ comes from the root ‘salema’, which implies to disassociate oneself from evil and harm. Thus, when we greet other Muslims,the greeting means: “No harm shall come to you from me (may no evil come to you, may no harm come to you) And since As-Salaam is also one of the Beautiful Names of Allaah, the greeting of salaam also means, “May the blessing of His Name descend upon you, may Allah be with you, may Allah guide and protect you.”

According to the eminent Muslim scholar Qadi Iyad, “salam” means “protection” (muhafaza) and so “assalamu alaikum” means “ May Allah’s (swt) protection and care be with you.” He expresses that it is a dua in the meaning of “May Allah (swt) be with you”.

Another Muslim Scholar Mulla Ali al-Qare al-Hanafe said that there is no big difference between saying to someone salam alaikum, or saying after his name alaihi salam.

Comment: This applies that the Salam of greeting which encompasses dua is similar to adding alaihi(or alaiha) salam after the name of a person.

But if this explanation doesn’t seem to be satisfactory to some stubborn and biased Shias then, allow us to present before you the explanation given by some shia scholars for Salam alaikum.

Shia scholar in his book, “an Exposé on Ziyarat ‘Ashura of al-Imam al-Husayn b. ‘Ali” States:

The Meaning of As-Salam Alaikum : One of the etiquettes and traditions which is seen in all civilizations is the act of greeting one another at the time of meeting and departing.  As we know, each culture greets in their own specific manner.  The manner of those in the “West” is that of shaking hands; the far East cultures greet one another by slightly bending at the waist; yet others would remove their hat or at least tip the rim of the hat to greet another person.  One of the traditions of the Arabs was to say “May Allah keep you alive”, however with the dawn of Islam, the greeting, as the Qur’an itself mentions is the saying of “As-Salam Alaikum” or “Peace be upon you”.
The true meaning of “As-Salam Alaikum” is not a mere “Hi”, “Hello”, “How are you” as we are accustomed to using today – it has a much deeper meaning than just a standard greeting. In actuality, there are three meanings for this greeting:

1. As-Salam, as we know, is one of the names of Allah. Thus, when we say “As-Salam Alaikum” we are actually saying that may the trait of Allah (as-Salam or peace and tranquility_ be upon you and may He protect you;
2. As-Salam is also in the meaning of submission or surrender. Thus, when we say “As-Salam Alaikum” we are actually saying that we submit to what you would like for us to do (obviously within the limits of the Shariah);
3. As-Salam is also in the meaning of protection or safety. Thus in this meaning, when we greet another believer with “As-Salam Alaikum” we are actually guaranteeing our believing brother or sister protection from any evil from ourselves and that we will not do a single thing to harm them – either physically or even spiritually. Not only would we not harm them with our hands, but we will also not cause them grief with our tongue…

Thus when we address Abi Abdillah and say “As-Salamu Alaika Yaa Aba Abdillah” we are saying that: ‘May the peace and tranquility which Allah bestows upon His creations also be showered upon you.  [The Torch of Perpetual Guidance, an Exposé on Ziyarat ‘Ashura of al-Imam al-Husayn b. ‘Ali , Part 3, Section One, by  ‘Ali Asghar ‘Azizi Tehrani]

Thus we find that even Shia scholars have acknowledged that Salamalaikum is not just a mere greeting as the deceptive cum ignorant Shia website tried to portray but rather it’s a kind of prayer(salat), a dua. So this must have given an idea to our readers that how is the Dua or prayer , Salamalaikum which is an Islamic greeting is related to Salam of supplication.

 

However to provide before our readers a comprehensive understanding of this issue, so that the Shiatu dajjal never dare to think of deceiving them in future, we would like to present before you:

The Meaning of Salaam on the Prophet:

As for the meaning of Salaam on the Prophet (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), Al-Majd Al-Fayrooz Abaadee said in his book As-Silaatu wal-Bushr fis-Salaati ‘alaa Khair-il-Bashr: “It means: As-Salaam – which is one of Allaah’s Names – be upon you. And the interpretation of that is: ‘May you not be void of goodness and blessing, and may you be safe from detestable and harmful things. This is since a Name of Allaah is only mentioned upon certain things in the hopes of gathering all of the meanings of good and blessing for those things, and to remove the occurrence of defects and corruption from those things.

It is befitting that the Salaam (here) take on the meaning of Salaamah (i.e. peace/safety). Meaning: May Allaah’s divine decree on you be that of peace and security – i.e. May you be safe and secure from blemishes and defects.

So if you say: ‘O Allaah, send your Salaam on Muhammad’, then what you intend from this is: ‘O Allaah, decree for Muhammad – with regard to his Call, ummah and remembrance – safety and absolvement from every defect. Thus throughout the passage of time, let his Call increase in status, his ummah in numbers, and his remembrance elevation.” [“Fadlus-Salaat ‘alaan-Nabee” (pg. 11-15)]

Thus from this explanation we find that the Salam of Salat is similar to that of Salam of greeting. Thus the claim of Shiawebsite that there is no correlation between Salam of greeting and Salam of Salat was another masterpiece of their ignorance and unresearched declarations.

Now this argument of Shiawebsite is answered, but we would like to bring forth one of our proofs for adding Alaihi Salam to non prophets, which the ignorant Shias tried to reject. Let us verify that on what basis they rejected this proof and does the Shia rejection of this proof, holds any weight?

 

Argument 2

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] Stated:

[Quote] [Sahi muslim Bk 4, Number 0798]: Ibn ‘Abbas reported: The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) used to teach us tashahhud just as he used to teach us a Sura of the Qur’an, and he would say: All services rendered by., words, acts of worship. and all good things are due to Allah. Peace be upon you, 0 Prophet. and Allah’s mercy and blessings. Peace be upon us and upon Allah’s upright servants. I testify that there is no god but Allah, and I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.

 The above instances are only Salams of greeting!

The greeting of Salam (i.e. saying Salam ‘Alaikum) is only a way of creating goodwill among the people. It is a way of wishing others well.  [Quote]  [Screen Shot]

We find in the above proof which we had used in our article that during Tashahhud we send peace(Salam) upon our OWNSELVES and on the upright servants of Allah. But according to the logic of Shias, this Salam is only a greeting and only a way of creating goodwill among people. Now supposedly, for the sake of argument if we agree with this silly explanation of Shias for the Tashahhud. Then our questions to them would be that:

  1. Why are we greeting our OWNSELVES in Tashahhud and how are we going to create goodwill with our ownself?
  2. We make this Salam in Tashahhud which is during Salah(Namaz), So how are we greeting people there? Because people don’t even hear this greeting during Salah. So how is this Salam going to make a goodwill among people?

We know that we are not going to get any sane and sensible response from Shias for these questions, and these questions could only be answered when we understand the meaning of Salam mentioned there in the correct manner. And the correct meaning of Salam during Tashahhud is, its a form of prayer/dua,  not a mere greeting.

So we hope that this response is sufficient to make the ignorant from Shia website realize how stupid their arguments are.

 

Argument 3

The Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] continued its ignorance by Stating :

[Quote]Interestingly, this greeting can also on some occasions be recited upon INFIDELS, evil people and ignorant ones:

[al-hilali and khan 28:55] And when they hear Al-Laghw (dirty, false, evil vain talk), they withdraw from it and say: “To us our deeds, and to you your deeds. Peace be to you (Salamun ‘Alaikum). We seek not the ignorant.”

And:

[al-hilali and khan 43:89] So turn away from them (O Muhammad SAW), and say: salam (peace)! But they will come to know.

And:

[Malik 25:63] True servants of the Compassionate (Allah) are those who walk on the earth in humility and when the ignorant people address them, they say: “Peace” (salam).

And:

[Pickthall 43:88-89] And he saith: O my Lord! Lo! Those are a folk who believe not. Then bear with them (O Muhammad) and say: Peace (salam). But they will come to know.

And finally:

[Malik 19:46-47] His father replied: “How dare you renounce my gods O Ibrahim? If you do not stop this folly, I will indeed stone you to death: so begone from my house this very moment!” Ibrahim said: “Peace be upon you (Salamun ‘Alaika): I will pray to my Lord for your forgiveness, surely He is ever kind to me.”

If we go by al-Hindi al-Nasibi’s logic, then we would be saying alaihi salam after the names of people like Saddam (لعنه الله) and King James!

Well, let us inform this cruel Nasibi that greeting has no correlation with Salat. The fact that you greet someone with Salam does not mean that he is entitled to Salat after his name! Moreover, the fact that someone is greeted with Salam does not mean he is even by right entitled to it in the first place![Quote]  [Screen Shot]

This is another example of ignorance and lack of knowledge of the Shias. It seems that the hatred they possess for us(which is apparent from their language) is the cause of their brain damage. Anyways our job is to correct people and to educate them so that they don’t get deceived from these foolish arguments which are the outcome of ignorance.

The answer to the Shia claim is that, there are two kinds of “Salam” and their usage and meaning differs depending upon the situation.

Imam Jassas(rah) has said that there are two kinds of Salam. One is for salutation, as Muslims do to one another. The other type is for musalamah (adopting peaceful attitude with others) and muiarakah, (to avoid debate) which is to” convey to one’s adversary that he does not wish to take note of the latter’s stupidity. At this place the latter meaning is intended.( Ma’ariful Qur’an – Mufti Shafi Usmani- Vol – 6  Surah Al-Qasas – 28 : Verses 55)

Even the Shia commentary says a similar thing regarding this issue:

Shia commentary States:  It is worthy to note that when these believers face with such people, their greeting is not salutation of ‘meeting’ but it is the salutation of ‘farewell’. (The Light of The Holy Qur’an  by Ayatullah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani and A Group of Muslim Scholars, under explanation of verse 28:55 )

Had those Shias who are behind ShiaWebsite[wilayat.net] read any commentary of Quran, they wouldn’t have raised such silly arguments. But , May be Allah wanted to expose and reveal before truthseekers the true face of Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net],  So that unbiased Shias could save themselves from ruining their life and hereafter. And it’s Allah alone who could make the truthseeking and innocent Shias realize that how deceitfully they are being misled by Shia websites.

And unfortunately, many unfortunate Shias, take those deceptive responses from Shia websites for granted, they don’t look up into those issues by themselves, which is the reason why we see that so many Shias are taken for a ride by the Shiawebsites. It’s a high time, the Shias should wake up and they should abandon all these deceptive Shiawebsites which are fooling them and are leading them astray and are ruining their hereafter.

 

Argument 4

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] then Stated:

[Quote] After embarrassingly mixing up greeting with Salat, al-Hindi al-Nasibi goes ahead to worsen things by trying to bring further proofs why people like Efendi al-Nasibi too deserve alaihi salam after their names:

Take alms out of their property, you would cleanse them and purify them thereby, and pray(salli) for them; surely your prayer(salat) is a relief to them; and Allah is Hearing, Knowing.(9:103)

There are several problems with his submissions above.

The verse (9:103) is only for the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم), and is restricted to the giving of Zakat. When Zakat was given to the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم), he was to invoke Salat upon the giver, in order to cleanse and purify him (the giver) from the dirt of his sins. The fact that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) invoked Salat upon anyone in compliance with that verse does not mean that person is still entitled to Salat after his death.[Quote]  [Screen Shot]

The problem with these ignorant and desperate Shias is that, they are too quick in making conclusions. They don’t pay any attention to understand the view of the opponent. They judge everything from their narrow mindedness. And then they cheer their ownselves by refuting the claim which they themselves created due to their misunderstanding.

Now coming to their argument, then the Shias have completely misunderstood our motive for bringing forth, those verses of Quran. The reason we brought forth those verses was to establish the proof that Salat(prayer) is not something which is restricted or unique for Prophets and Ahlelbayt, as some people think. That’s why after quoting that verse of Quran(9:103), We commented below that, {“We see in these verses that Allah didn’t restrict his blessings to Prophets only, but it was extended to believers too, and Companions of Prophet(Saw) were the best of believers.”}

So, our motive behind bringing those verses of Quran, was to refute the view of those people, who think that “Salat” is something which is restricted and unique for the Prophets and Ahlelbayt only. Now, after presenting these proofs no one could argue that, “Salat” is something which is restricted or unique for Prophets and Ahlelbayt only. Thus we have achieved our motive, since even the stubborn Shias agreed that on some occasions “Salat” was even sent on Sahaba. Praise be to Allah. But the fact is that the deceitful Shias, knew very well that our proofs had destroyed their misconceptions, thus they purposely made that silly argument inorder to divert the attention of people from the main issue.

Moreover, Readers can witness that how arrogant these ignorant Shias are, they don’t bother about truth. All what they dream, is to somehow defeat the Ahlesunnah.  This behaviour of the Shias, reminds us of beautiful hadeeth of Prophet(Saw).

Narrated ‘Abdullah bin Mas’ud, Allah’s Messenger said, “He who has, in his heart, a grain of arrogance will not enter Paradise.”.. arrogance means ridiculing and rejecting the Truth and despising people.” (Muslim).

 

Argument 5 A:

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] then Stated:

[Quote] As for the first two verses, they are concerned with some authentic Hadiths. Shaykh al-Albani in Sunan an-Nisai, Hadith Number 1296 records:

أخبرنا علي بن حجر قال حدثنا إسماعيل بن جعفر عن العلاء عن أبيه عن أبي هريرة عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم قال : من صلى على واحدة صلى الله عليه عشرا

Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet, peace be upon him, said: “Whoever sends Salat on me once, Allah will send Salat on him ten times.”

Commenting upon its authenticity, Shaykh al-Albani says:

صحيح

Sahih

‘Allamah al-Majlisi also records in his Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 94, p. 52, Number 64:

عن أنس قال : قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله : من صلى علي مرة صلت عليه الملائكة، ومن صلت عليه الملائكة صلى عليه الله تعالى، ومن صلى الله تعالى عليه لم يبق في السماوات والأرض شئ إلا ويصلي عليه.

Narrated Anas: Allah’s Apostle, peace be upon him and his family, said: Whosoever sends Salat on me once, the angels with send Salat on him. And whomsoever the angels send Salat upon, Allah too sends Salat upon him. Whomsoever Allah sends Salat upon, nothing remains in the heavens and on the earth except that it also sends Salat upon him.

It is in relation to these Hadiths that Allah has said (33:43):

هُوَ الَّذِي يُصَلِّي عَلَيْكُمْ وَمَلَائِكَتُهُ لِيُخْرِجَكُم مِّنَ الظُّلُمَاتِ إِلَى النُّورِ

He it is Who sends Salat on you, and His angels too, that He may bring you out from darkness into light .

And:

[al-hilali and khan 2:157] They are those on whom are the Salawat (i.e. blessings, etc.) (i.e. who are blessed and will be forgiven) from their Lord, and (they are those who) receive His Mercy, and it is they who are the guided-ones.

In case al-Hindi al-Nasibi (لعنه الله) still does not get it, Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) sends Salat upon us ONLY when we send Salat on the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام)! Once we stop sending Salat upon the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام), Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) too stop sending Salat on us.[Quote]  [Screen Shot]

This is an apparent example of misinterpretation of glorious Quran. The Shiawebsite trying to prove their point have made up their own tafseer contrary to the correct tafseer.

Now, inorder to verify whether Shiawebsite misinterpret or not, then the best way is to read the Quranic verse in context, and if we read those verses in context then we will come to know that how Shia website tried to fool its audience by misinterpreting the Quran.

Verse 2:157 in context:

[Shakir 2:155] And We will most certainly try you with somewhat of fear and hunger and loss of property and lives and fruits; and give good news to the patient,
[Shakir 2:156] Who, when a misfortune befalls them, say: Surely we are Allah’s and to Him we shall surely return.
[Shakir 2:157] Those are they on whom are blessings and mercy from their Lord, and those are the followers of the right course.

If we read these verses in context then any person with intellect can see that verse 2:157 is connected with the verses prior to it. And in context they show that in the verses 2:155 and 2:156, Allah talks about certain type of people and in the next verse 2:157 Allah declares that on those people is the blessing(Salawat) and mercy of Allah.

To further clear this before our readers let us quote some recognized Sunni and Shia tafseers(commentaries) of Quran.

Sunni Tafseers:

1. Such are the true believers who show patience and endure with fortitude. God’s Messenger gives them the happy news of having earned their reward from God, the most bounteous. The blessings they receive are guaranteed by God. Himself: On such people, blessings and mercy are bestowed by their Lord; such people will be rightly guided.” (Verse 157) It is indeed a noble and honourable reward that they will receive. (In the shade of Quran, chapter 2, verse 157)
2. He said: (but give) O Muhammad (glad tidings to the steadfast, who say, when a misfortune) like the ones I have mentioned (striketh them: lo! We are Allah’s) we are the slaves of Allah (and lo! Unto Him we are returning) after we die; and if we are not pleased with His decree, He will not be pleased with our works. (Such) those who have these traits (are they on whom are blessings) forgiveness (from their Lord) in this world, (and mercy) in that they are not tormented in the Hereafter. (And such are they who are rightly guided) to remember that we are Allah’s and unto Him we shall return.( Tanwîr al-Miqbâs min Tafsîr Ibn ‘Abbâs){2:156-157}

3. The nature and the significance of the severe test man is put to by Allah has been thoroughly discussed while explaining the verse :And when his Lord put Ibrahim to a test’. Whatever their magnitude, accidents are unnerving. But a prior knowledge of such accidents makes it easier to bear them and be patient about them. Since the entire Ummah is addressed here, the Ummah should realize that the world is a place of hardships and labour; it is a place of ordeal. It will not, therefore, amount to impatience if one does regard such accidents as either strange or a remote chance. And as the Ummah, generally, displays the spirit of patience in all its deeds, the reward of Mercy is common to everyone who strives to be patient. But as the quality and degree of patience varies from person to person, everyone will be rewarded individually according to and commensurate with his quality of patience.( Ma’ariful Qur’an, chapter 2, verse 157)

Shia Tafseers:

1.  After recounting different calamities, and giving glad tidings to the patient, it introduces this group of patient who, with this competency, rightfully deserve to be given glad tidings. It is clear that every ordinary person is not fit to be rewarded with all these excellences and dignities. Hence, that reward, i.e. the glad tidings, is specialized to the ones whose patience originates from a firm foundation. This particular glad tidings is qualified by a special blessing and Mercy from the side of Allah. These kind of people are those ones whose hearts turn to their Lord at the moment of meeting with a calamity when, they say:{“… Verily we belong to Allah, and certainly unto Him shall we return’.”} They treat such because they have realized, through knowledge of certainty or by visual certainty, that whatever exists belongs to Allah and is under His Will. So, whatsoever He has given to human-kind in this world, such as: soul, property, children, and all other similar respects, are ficticious.

They also know that whatever Allah has bestowed upon them has been based upon His Wisdom, and when He takes it from them, it is not taken because of miserliness, but it is for His good that He takes a blessing from a person to mercifully impart a better one. They have found out that their return, their destination, as well as the return of every thing, is undoubtedly unto Him.

However, he who, based on these foundations, knows and remembers that his soul, wealth, and whatever he possesses belongs to Allah and is under His Authority, surrenders to His divine decrees. The one, with this awareness, will be patient and thankful properly and reasonably. Such a person, of course, is one of those eligible believers for whom Allah says: Those are they on whom are blessings and Mercy from their Lord,…”, and they are prosperous.

Some of the commentators have said that /salawat/ (blessings and peace) , which comes from Allah (s.w.t.) , is the same as ‘ fogiveness’, while some others believe that it is ‘praise’. The term /salawat/ (blessings) is said in the plural form because it refers to the abundant mercy of Allah. It may mean that there are many frequent blessings for these steadfast patient from Allah which do not cease. (The Light of The Holy Qur’an  by Ayatullah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani and A Group of Muslim Scholars, under explanation of verse 2:156-157 )

2. The patient ones are again mentioned in these verses so that Allah may give them good news to begin with, and then may teach them the way of good patience, and thirdly, may explain to them why patience is essential it is because Allah owns the man and fourthly, may declare what is its overall recompense, that is, blessing, mercy and being guided aright.( Allamah Tabatabai’s Tafsir Al Meezan, chapter 2, verse 157)

Conclusion: Thus it’s apparent now that, the verse 2:157 has a context which is related to its prior verses. And the correct interpretation of this verse in accordance to its context, which was given by several Sunni commentators and Shia commentators, is that Allah says He will test the people with calamities and those who remain patient they for them are the glad tidings. That is those who face any calamity they remain patient and remember Allah on THESE people Allah sends his blessings(salawat) and mercy.

Verse 33:43 in context:

[Shakir 33:41] O you who believe! remember Allah, remembering frequently,
[Shakir 33:42] And glorify Him morning and evening.
[Shakir 33:43] He it is Who sends His blessings on you, and (so do) His angels, that He may bring you forth out of utter darkness into the light; and He is Merciful to the believers.

Sunni Tafseer:

Sayyidna Ibn ‘Abbas(ra) has stated that there is no form of worship except “dhikrullah” (remembrance of Allah) for which Allah has not fixed a limit; for example, Salah is prescribed five times a day and the number of rak’at are determined for each Salah; fasting throughout the month of Ramadan is determined, Hajj can be performed only at a particular place and at a particular time, Zakah is prescribed once a year at a particular rate. But dhikrullah is a form of worship for which there is no limit or defined quantity, no particular time or period, no defined posture or position, nor even the state of purity through ablution is required. Dhikrullah is required all the time, in all circumstances, whether one is traveling or is at home, whether one is healthy or ill, whether one is on land or at sea, whether it is day or night – dhikrullah is required all the time.

Imam Ahmad has reported from Sayyidna Abu ad-Darda(ra)’ that the Holy Prophet(saw) said to the noble companions (R.A), ‘Should I not tell you a thing that is better than all your deeds and is most acceptable to your Lord, and which would raise your grades, and is better than giving silver and gold in charity and alms and is also better than your embarking for Jihad wherein you face and kill the enemy and the enemy kills you? The noble companions (R.A) asked the Holy Prophet(saw) about that thing. The Holy Prophet(Saw) said, that is, remembrance of Allah, the Mightiest the Most Glorious”. (Ibn Kathir)

(He is such that He and His angels send blessings to you. 33:43) It means that when you have become used to dhikrullah in abundance and have become regular in recounting the perfections of Allah morning and evening, Allah would honour you and respect you by bestowing His Blessings and by the angels supplicating for you.( Ma’ariful Qur’an, chapter 33, verse 43)

We would like to quote a report which was quoted by Shiekh Gibril Haddad. Where He narrated from his teacher in Damascus and Aleppo, Dr. Nur al-Din `Itr, from his teacher and father-in-law the hafiz `Abd Allah Siraj al-Din in his book al-Salat `ala al-Nabiyyi salla Allah `alayhi wa-Alihi wa-sallam (p. 235-236):

Abd b. Humayd and Ibn al-Mundhir narrated with their chains from Mujahid, Allah be well-pleased with him, that he said: When the verse {Truly Allah and His angels exalt and bless the Prophet; O Believers, exalt and bless him! and do salute him with the worthiest salutation!} (33:56) was revealed, Abu Bakr (Allah be well-pleased with him and make him pleased) said: “Messenger of Allah, whenever Allah descends immense goodness upon you, He always grants us a share in it!” whereupon Allah revealed:

هُوَ ٱلَّذِى يُصَلِّى عَلَيۡكُمۡ وَمَلَـٰٓٮِٕكَتُهُ ۥ لِيُخۡرِجَكُم مِّنَ ٱلظُّلُمَـٰتِ إِلَى ٱلنُّورِۚ وَڪَانَ بِٱلۡمُؤۡمِنِينَ رَحِيمً۬ا
{He it is Who blesses you, and His angels (bless you), that He may bring you forth from darkness unto light; and He is ever Merciful to the believers} Surat al-Ahzab 33:43

So then Allah the Exalted blesses and exalts His Most Honored Beloved(saw) with an exaltation that befits the Station of his Prophethood and the Office of His Messengership and the Rank of his Means and his Immense Merit that is exclusive to him; and He(swt) also blesses(Salli) and exalts those who believe in him(saw) and follow him, out of bounty for them, just because they follow him! He treats the follower with munificence because of the munificence of the one he follows, and thus the follower becomes most ennobled because of the Highest Nobility of the one he follows! [End quote]

Shia Tafseer:

In the previous verse the Qur’ān said: “Remember Allah with much remembrance”. Now, in this verse it says: “He it is Who sends blessings on you, …”. As if the blessing of Allah is your much remembrance. It is like the holy verse which says:{ “Therefore, remember Me, (and) I will remember you; …”}

In fact, this holy verse is the result and the ultimate cause of the constant remembrance and glorification. It says: {“He it is Who sends blessings on you, and (likewise do) His angels, to bring you forth from the shadows (of infidelity) into the light (of faith); …” } Allah brings you out from the darkness of ignorance, polytheism, and infidelity and leads you toward the light of faith, knowledge, and piety, because He is Beneficent and Merciful unto the believers and that is why He has undertaken their guidance and leadership and also has commissioned His angels to help them. So, at the end of the verse, it says: {“… and He is Merciful to the believers.”}

The Quranic term /yusalli/ is derived from /salat/ which here means a special attention and favour; and this favour in respect to Allah is the descent of Mercy, and in respect to the angels is seeking forgiveness and asking mercy, as in Sura Qāfir, No. 40, verse 7 we recite that the angels who bear ‘Arsh (the throne of Allah) and those around it “… implore forgiveness for those who believe …”. However, this verse contains a great glad tiding for the believers who ceaselessly remember Allah, for it explicitly indicates that, in their motion toward Allah, they are not alone, but, based on the Qur’ānic verb /yusalli/, which is expressed in future tense and is an evidence to the continuation of action, they are always under the cover of the Mercy of Allah and His angels. It is under the shade of this Mercy that the curtains of darkness will be removed and the light of knowledge, wisdom, faith, and piety brightens their hearts and souls. (The Light of The Holy Qur’an  by Ayatullah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani and A Group of Muslim Scholars, under explanation of verse 33:43 )

Conclusion: Thus it’s apparent now that, the verse 33:43 has a context which is related to its prior verses. And the correct interpretation of this verse in accordance to its context, which was given by renowned Sunni and Shia commentators, is that Allah informs that those who remember and glorify all continuously, on such people Allah sends his blessings(salli) as well as the angels.

Exposing the deception of Shiawebsite, WHERE THEY LIED UPON ALLAH AND ANGELS:

As we have seen that the fact is that the blessings(salawat) which Allah promised in these two verses has no relation with sending Salawat on Prophet(saw) or Ahlelbayt. In these two verses we find two different categories of people upon whom Allah sends his blessings, one type is of those who continuously do dhikrullah(remembrance of Allah); and the other type is of those who remain patient when misfortune befalls on them. But the Shiawebsite deceptively inserted their motive by misinterpreting the Quran.

Shiawebsite stated:

[Quote]Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) sends Salat upon us ONLY when we send Salat on the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام)! Once we stop sending Salat upon the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام), Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) too stop sending Salat on us. [Quote]

The viewers, who read the complete answer, might have realized that how cleverly the Shiawebsite tried to deceive its audience. Infact they have lied upon Allah and angels.(Nauzbillah). They lied upon Allah by misinterpreting the Quranic verses which were about blessings(salat) of Allah that were promised for people who remain patient during calamities and those who continuously remember Allah, and then daringly claiming that {Allah ONLY sends Salat upon people when we send salat on Prophet. Once we stop sending Salat upon the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام), Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) too stop sending Salat on us.}, Where as we find that Allah doesn’t even makes a condition IN THESE VERSES to send Salat on Prophet(Saw) inorder to attain his Salat. Like we have proved and stated before that Allah promises Salat on people who remain patient at the time of calamity and who continuously remember Allah.

Thus the Shiawebsite gave a completely wrong interpretation for these Quranic verses and not only this but they tried to propagate that their deceptive interpretation is the ONLY correct view. The readers might have understood very well that how deceptive the Shias are and how they misinterpret Quran inorder to prove their motives.

Here they have done Ghulu(exaggeration) in regards to Ahlelbayt, something for which they are renowned for, but Ahlesunnah are the people on middle course, though they always stand firm for the rights of Ahlelbayt [Proof], yet they stay away from exaggeration in regards to Ahlelbayt. However we would like to say that we don’t deny that Allah sends blessings(salat) on people who send Salat on Prophet Muhammad(Saw), we believe that Allah sends blessing on us for many of our good deeds, including Salat on Prophet(saw). But what we are emphasizing here is that  the Salat(blessing) of Allah and angels in these specific verses is not related to sending Salat on Prophet(Saw), As we have proved.

More importantly, the Shiawebsite claim that { Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) sends Salat upon us ONLY when we send Salat on the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام)! Once we stop sending Salat upon the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام), Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) too stop sending Salat on us.} is a lie upon Allah and angels, since we proved that Allah and angels doesn’t send blessings ONLY when we send blessings on Prophet(Saw).

Allah said: Who is then more unjust than he who forges a lie against Allah or rejects His communications? (Quran 7:37)

Allah said: And on the day of resurrection you shall see those who lied against Allah; their faces shall be blackened.(Quran 39:60)

Prophet (saws) said: “Indeed, lying leads to deviance and deviance leads to the fire.”(Şaĥīĥ al-Bukhārī, of Abū `Abd Allāh al-Bukhārī (d. 256) volume 7, page 95)

This should be a matter of concern for the truthseeking Shias, those who sincerely like to save their hereafter. As we have seen that the Shiawebsites and the Shiatu dajjal who run them, have mastered in deceiving their own Shia followers, and the lay shias easily get deceived in the name of love for Ahlelbayt. We would like to request such shias to think over this serious matter, if they really care for the truth and their hereafter.

We would like to show our readers that, what is the ruling upon these type of deviants Ghalis(exaggerators) who misinterpret Quran in the light of Sunni and Shia hadeeth.

Sunni Hadeeth:  Sayyidna Abdullah bin Abbas, Radi-Allahu anhu, reported that Prophet Muhammad(saw) said, “Whoever says something in interpreting the Qur’an based on his own opinion should find his place in the Fire.” [Tirmidhi Hadith No. 4023]

Shia hadeeth:

عن هشام بن سالم عن أبى عبد الله عليه السلام قال: من فسر القرآن برأيه فاصاب لم يوجر، وان اخطأ كان اثمه عليه
From Hisham b. Saalim from Abi Abdullah(as) who said: “Whoever exegesis the Qur’an with his opinion, so (if ) hits(the mark) there would be no reward and if he made mistake then his sin is upon him.”{Tafseer al ayyashi)

We know those Shiatu dajjal who tried to deceive innocent people with their deceptive tricks might be hurt and are burning in rage, So we would like to present something which is like rubbing salt into their wound.

Here is a Hadith from Shia book Al-Kafi page (465) , Where Imam says that Allah sends Salat on couple which commits mutah
(10016) – 1 – محمد بن يحيى، عن أحمد بن محمد، عن علي بن الحكم، عن بشير بن حمزة، عن رجل من قريش قال: بعثت إلي ابنة عم لي كان لها مال كثير: قد عرفت كثرة من يخطبني من الرجال فلم ازوجهم نفسي ومابعثت إليك رغبة في الرجال غير أنه بلغني أنه أحلها الله عزوجل في كتابه وبينها رسول الله (صلى الله عليه وآله) في سنته فحرمها زفر (1) فأجبت أن اطيع الله عزوجل فوق عرشه واطيع رسول الله (صلى الله عليه وآله) وأعصي زفر فتزوجني متعة، فقلت لها: حتى أدخل على أبي جعفر (ع) فأستشيره، قال: فدخلت عليه فخبرته، فقال: افعل صلى الله عليكما من زوج.
It’s about a man who wanted to perform Mutah with a woman, so she asked  Imam Abu Jaafar(as) and he(as) said “do it, Allah sends his Salat(blessings) to both of you( couple)”

But according to Shiawebsite Allah ONLY sends Salat on those who send Salat on Prophet(Saw) and Ahlelbayt. So is the Imam wrong in saying the above?

Judge your selves, O’Shias. Do you think that you can be guided to the straight path by people who lie upon Allah and his angels?

 

Argument 5 B:

Moreover, the Shiawebsite even stated that:

[Quote] In other words, those who have died now, Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) are NO LONGER sending Salat on them! Besides, the fact that Allah and His angels (عليهم السلام) once send Salat upon someone does not mean he is ever entitled to Salat! [/Quote]  [Screen Shot]

We would like to refute this ignorance(jahalat) of Shiawebsite by quoting a SHIA tafseer, So that this might penetrate their empty skulls.

Shia Tafseer for verse 33:43 :

However, this verse contains a great glad tiding for the believers who ceaselessly remember Allah, for it explicitly indicates that, in their motion toward Allah, they are not alone, but, based on the Qur’ānic verb /yusalli/, which is expressed in future tense and is an evidence to the continuation of action, they are always under the cover of the Mercy of Allah and His angels. It is under the shade of this Mercy that the curtains of darkness will be removed and the light of knowledge, wisdom, faith, and piety brightens their hearts and souls. (The Light of The Holy Qur’an  by Ayatullah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani and A Group of Muslim Scholars, under explanation of verse 33:43 )

 

Argument 6

Shiawebiste[Wilayat.net] Stated:

[Quote] Sunni scholar, ‘Allamah al-Shawkani, in his Tafsir Fath al-Qadir, has neatly refuted al-Hindi al-Nasibi, in his exegesis of Qur’an 33:56:

Know that this Salat is from Allah to His Messenger. Even though its meaning is mercy, it has become a trademark for him, to the exclusion of all others. It is NOT correct to send Salat upon anyone else in this Ummah apart from him as it is allowed to say “O Allah! Be merciful to so-and-so”. THIS IS THE POSITION OF THE MAJORITY, despite their differences regarding whether it is absolutely forbidden to do so, or whether it is only severely discouraged, or whether it is only discouraged out of precaution.

There are three views. IBN ‘ABBAS, as documented by Ibn Abi Shaybah and al-Bayhaqi in al-Sh’ib, SAID: “IT IS NOT PERMISSIBLE TO SEND SALAT UPON ANYONE APART FROM THE PROPHET. But one may pray for forgiveness for the male and female Muslims.”

Another group said: Sending Salat upon non-prophets is permissible due to these verses:

They are those upon whom are Salawat and mercy from their Lord (2:157)

He it is Who sends Salat upon you, and His angels too send Salat upon you (33:43)

And due to the Hadith of ‘Abdullah ibn Abi Awfi, authentically transmitted in the Two Sahihs and in other references. He (‘Abdullah) said: Whenever alms were given to the Prophet, he used to say (about the givers) “O Allah, send Salat upon them!” My father gave alms to him, and he said, “O Allah, send Salat upon the family of Abu Awfi”.

THE ANSWER TO THIS IS THAT IT IS A PRIVILEGE OF THE PROPHET THAT HE COULD SEND SALAT UPON ANYONE HE LIKED. WE SHOULD NOT EXTEND THIS PRIVILEGE TO OTHERS!

As for the verses:

They are those upon whom are Salawat and mercy from their Lord (2:157)

He it is Who sends Salat upon you, and His angels too send Salat upon you (33:43)

THERE IS NOTHING IN THIS EXCEPT THAT ALLAH SENDS SALAT UPON SOME OF HIS SERVANTS AS HE SENDS SALAT TEN TIMES UPON ANYONE WHO SENDS SALAT UPON HIS MESSENGER. There is no command to us in this. And there is no legislation in our right here. Rather, nothing has been legislated upon us (as regards Salat) except the Salat and greeting/submission to the Prophet.

Al-Hafiz Ibn Kathir in his Tafsir, under his exegesis of the same Qur’an 33:56, states:

The MAJORITY of the scholars said: IT IS NOT PERMITTED TO SEND SALAT UPON ANYONE INDIVIDUALLY APART FROM THE PROPHETS. This is because Salat has become one of their trademarks, which is said when they are mentioned. None can match them in this. One should not say “Abubakr, sallallahu ‘alayhi” or “Ali, sallallahu ‘alayhi”, even if the meaning of the phrase is correct (for them), in the same way that one should not say “Muhammad, ‘azza wa jalla” even though Muhammad is both ‘azeez (honourable) and jaleel (righteous). This is because ‘azza wa jalla is a trademark of the mention of Allah. These majority of the scholars take what is produced from the Qur’an and Sunnah (to allow sending Salat upon non-prophets) to be instances of mere du’a for them. This is why the term has not become a trademark for the family of Abu Awfi, or for Jabir and his wife, AND THIS IS A GOOD PATH!

Other scholars said: It is not permitted because sending Salat upon non-prophets has become one of the trademarks of the heretics. They send Salat upon those whom they follow. And Allah knows best.

Al-Hindi al-Nasibi (لعنه الله) thus witnesses his Nasibi bubble being burst by his own scholars![Quote]

The foolishness of the Shiawebsite is apparent, because the verdicts of both sunni scholars they quoted themselves declare that sending Salat upon Non-prophets is a disputed matter among Ahlesunnah. This matter is an example of dispute in regards to jurisprudence(Fiqh) like several other differences, and even in Shiism we find lot of differences in regards to Fiqh issues. And in our first article regarding sending Salat on Non-prophets we presented the views and proofs of those scholars who consider it permissible to send salat on Non-prophets.

Secondly, the double standards of Shiawebsite is such that it tried to advocate the view of those scholars who consider it impermissible to send Salat on Non-prophets, since it was against what we have stated in our first article but on the other hand these same Shiawebsites advocate and defend their view of sending Salat on Non-prophets. We read in the verdicts of sunni scholars which were quoted by Shiawebsite that they disallowed sending salat on individuals who are Non-prophets be it Abubakr(as) or Ali(as) , So the Shiawebsite happily used this verdict but the irony is that these same Shias send salat on individuals who are Non-prophets. Now can anyone see a better example of double standards? We guess no, it can only be found in the Shia writings.

Now coming back to the issue that since there is a disagreement among scholars of Ahlesunnah that whether can we send Salat on individuals who are Non-prophets or not? And to know which is the more strong and correct view, we would like to again quote the verdict of highly knowledgeable Sunni scholar who is considered as Shiekh ul Islam by classical scholars of Ahlesunnah and infact this scholar is the teacher of one of the scholar whose verdict was presented by the Shiawebsite. So inorder to see the view which is more appropriate and which is backed by solid evidences we would like to quote the verdict of true lover of Ahlelbayt.

Shiekh ul Islam Imam Ahmad ibn Taymiyyah(rah) Said:
وأما الصلاة عليه منفردًا، فهذا ينبني على أنه هل يصلى على غير النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم منفردًا ‏؟‏ مثل أن يقول‏:‏ اللهم صل على عمر أو علي‏.‏ وقد تنازع العلماء في ذلك‏.‏
فذهب مالك، والشافعي، وطائفة من الحنابلة إلى أنه لا يصلي على غير النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم منفردًا، كما روي عن ابن عباس أنه قال‏:‏ لا أعلم الصلاة تنبغي علَى أحد إلا على النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم‏.‏
وذهب الإمام أحمد وأكثر أصحابه إلى أنه لا بأس بذلك؛ لأن علي بن أبي طالب رضي اللّه عنه ـ قال لعمر بن الخطاب‏:‏ صلى اللّه عليك، وهذا القول أصح وأولى‏.‏
“As for sending peace upon him alone, that is built on whether it’s permissible to send peace upon other than the Prophet (pbuh) individually, for example to say “O God send peace upon Umar and Ali”. And the scholars have differed on this. Malik, Shafii, and a group of the Hanbalis said that it’s not permissible to send peace to other than the Prophet (pbuh) on an individual basis, as it is narrated from Ibn Abbass that he said: “I don’t know that sending peace is proper upon anyone besides the Prophet (pbuh)”. And Imam Ahmed and most of his companions said that there is nothing wrong with that, because Ali bin Abi Taleb said to Umar bin al Khattab: “May Allah send his peace upon you” and that saying is more correct and better. [Al-Fataawa al-Kubra, 1/56]

Thus the more correct view according to the great scholar of Ahlesunnah – Imam Ibn Taymiyyah, is that we can send Salat on Non-prophets. Now inorder to further strengthen our view we would like to quote those narrations where we find Salat being send on Non-prophets. Interestingly we find that this practice was done by Ahlelbayt themselves.(Praise be to Allah)

Proof 1:
لأن علي بن أبي طالب رضي اللّه عنه ـ قال لعمر بن الخطاب‏:‏ صلى اللّه عليك
روي أن علياً قال لعمر : ( صلى الله عليك ) وقد وجدت هذا الأثر في كتاب المعرفة والتاريخ للفسوي 2/745 ، وكتاب تاريخ المدينة المنورة لابن شبه 3/938، وفي مسائل الإمام أحمد برواية ابي داود ص113، وكشاف القناع
2/366
Al-Fasawi in “Al-M’arifah wa At-Tarikh” (2/745, Ar-Risalah) said: Narrated to us Sufiyan who said, narrated to us Ja’far (As-Sadiq) from his father from Jabir bin Abdullah who said, “Ali reached Umar while he was lying on his death bed. So he (Ali) said, “sallallahu alaika………”.
Similarly it has been narrated by Ibn Shabbah in “Tarikh Al-Madina” (3/937&940). The isnad is authentic as obvious from names. Likewise it is also present in “Al-Mustadrak” (4523)

Proof 2:
عن أبي خالد الأحمر قال : سألت عبدالله بن حسن عن أبي بكر وعمر فقال : صلى الله عليهما ولا صلى على من لايصلي عليهما . [ حسن ] .
From Abu Khaled al-Ahmar: I asked ‘Abdullah bin al-Hassan about Abu bakr and ‘Umar so he said: “May the peace of Allah be upon them and no peace on those who don’t send peace upon them.”
Grading: Hasan. [Fadael al-Sahaba wa Manaqibihim wa Qawl Ba’adihim fi Ba’ad” by the famous scholar of Hadith al-Darqutni]

Proof 3  From Shia narration:
Here is a hasan(good) hadeeth from Imaam Moosa Al-Kaadhim, also known as `Abd SaaliH. This is a du`aa (supplication):
اللهم صل على القاسم والطاهر ابني نبيك، اللهم صل على رقية بنت نبيك والعن من آذى نبيك فيها، اللهم صل على ام كلثوم بنت نبيك
“O Allaah send blessing up Al-Qaasim, and Al-Taahir sons of your prophet. O Allaah send blessings upon Ruqayyah, daughter of your Prophet, and curse whoever harmed your prophet through her, O Allaah send blessing upon Umm Kulthoom, daughter of your prophet, and curse whoever harmed your prophet through her. O Allaah send blessing upon the progeny of your prophet…” Al-Toosi, Tahdheeb, vol. 3, pg. 120, hadeeth # 38[Al-Majlisi said this hadeeth is Hasan (Good) in his Milaadh Al-Akhyaar, vol. 5, pg. 116].

 

Argument 7

Shiawebiste[Wilayat.net] Stated:

[Quote] Unlike Allah’s pleasure, which may be forfeited, His Salam is eternal, and can never be forfeited. It is the Statement with which He will confirm His eternal pleasure with the inmates of Paradise. While talking about the people of Paradise, Allah states (36:58):

سَلَامٌ قَوْلًا مِّن رَّبٍّ رَّحِيمٍ

Salam, a Word from the Lord, Most Merciful.

We also read:

[al-hilali and khan 20:47] “So go you both to him, and say: ‘Verily, we are Messengers of your Lord, so let the Children of Israel go with us, and torment them not; indeed, we have come with a sign from your Lord! And peace (as-Salam) will be upon him who follows the guidance!

Mankind will ordinarily only gain Allah’s Salam in the Hereafter, when they get into Paradise. Allah’s Salam is His special honour to the people of Paradise; and it makes little sense to “promote” anyone to that honour before Allah does! But then, there are some servants of Allah that have ALREADY received Allah’s special Salam even in this world!

Moreover, Allah has equally sent His special Salam, through the tongue of His Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم), upon all the other chosen servants (27:59):

قُلِ الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ وَسَلَامٌ عَلَىٰ عِبَادِهِ الَّذِينَ اصْطَفَىٰ

Say (O Muhammad SAW): “Praise and thanks be to Allah, and Salam be on His slaves whom He has chosen!

It is not only prophets and messengers (عليهم السلام) that Allah has chosen. For instance, Sayyidah Maryam (عليها السلام) was chosen:

[al-hilali and khan 3:42] And (remember) when the angels said: “O Maryam (Mary)! Verily, ALLAH HAS CHOSEN YOU, purified you (from polytheism and disbelief), AND CHOSEN YOU above the women of the ‘Alamin (mankind and jinns) (of her lifetime).”

Thus, we invoke His special Salam upon her too! There are other chosen slaves of Allah that we know. All of them deserve alaihi salam after their names.[Quote]

We agree with the Shias here that there were people who received special Salam even in this world. The first and the foremost among them were Messengers and Prophets and some non Prophet. To further know about who could be those non-prophets we would like to present before our readers a Quranic verse along with its commentary from Sunni and Shia books.

Say: Praise be to Allah and peace(salam) on His servants whom He has chosen: is Allah better, or what they associate (with Him)? (Quran 27:59)

Shia Tafseer for this verse states:

And, finally, the praise belongs to the One Who bestowed those plenty bounties and might on His faithful servants, like David and Solomon, and by which guided some misled ones like the people of Sheba.

Then, it adds: {“… and peace be on His servants whom He has chosen. …”}

Peace be on prophets, such as: Moses, Saleh, Lot, Solomon, and David (a.s.), and peace be upon all Divine prophets and their true followers. [The Light of The Holy Qur’an  by Ayatullah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani and A Group of Muslim Scholars, under explanation of verse (27:59)] [screen shot]

Comment: So according to this Shia tafseer peace(salam) is even upon true or the upright followers of Prophets.

So similarly we find in Sunni ahadeeth which says:

[Sahi muslim Bk 4, Number 0798]: Ibn ‘Abbas reported: The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) used to teach us tashahhud just as he used to teach us a Sura of the Qur’an, and he would say: All services rendered by., words, acts of worship. and all good things are due to Allah. Peace be upon you,0 Prophet. and Allah’s mercy and blessings. Peace be upon us and upon Allah’s upright servants. I testify that there is no god but Allah, and I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.

Sunni Tafseer for this verse:

He(Allah) commands him to send peace upon the servants of Allah whom He chose and selected, i.e., His noble Messengers and Prophets, may the best of peace and blessings from Allah be upon them. This was the view of `Abdur-Rahman bin Zayd bin Aslam and others; the meaning of the servants He has chose is the Prophets. He said, “This like He said in the Ayah; (Glorified be your Lord, the Lord of honor and power! (He is free) from what they attribute unto Him! And peace be on the Messengers! And all the praises and thanks be to Allah, Lord of all that exists.) (37:180-182).” Ath-Thawri and As-Suddi said, “This refers to the Companions of Muhammad , may Allah be pleased with them all.” Something similar was also narrated from Ibn `Abbas, and there is no contradiction between the two views, because they were also among the servants of Allah whom He had chosen, although the description is more befitting of the Prophets. (Tafseer ibn katheer, 27:59)

Comment: So we find that Imam Thawri , As-Suddi and Ibn Abbas were of the view that this verse refers companions of Prophet(saw), who were the true followers of Prophet(Saw).

 

Argument 8 A

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] Stated:

[Quote] Making things clearer, Allah Himself has sent His special Salam to the Ahl al-Bayt (عليهم السلام) as well (37:130):

سلام علي آل يس

Salam be upon the family of Yasin![Quote]

سَلَامٌ عَلَىٰ إِلْ يَاسِينَ
Transliteration: Salamun AAala il yaseena

The correct reading of this verse is “Salamu ‘ala il Yaseen” NOT “Aale-Yaseen”. So the correct translation as per majority of translators is:

Shakir:  Peace be on Ilyas.
Yusuf Ali: “Peace and salutation to such as Elias!”
Umm Muhammad (Sahih International): “Peace upon Elias.”
Muhammad Taqi Usmani: Salam on Ilyasin (Ilyas).
Tahir-ul-Qadri Mohammad: Peace be upon Ilyas (Elias)!
Hilali & Khan:  Salamun (peace) be upon Ilyaseen (Elias)!”
Maududi: Peace be upon Elias.
Abdul Majid Daryabadi: Peace be Unto Elyasin.
Ahmad Raza Khan(Kanzul Eman): Peace be upon Ilyas!

So, all these different translations prove that Salam was sent on Yasin, who is Ilyas(as).

This fact can also be proven by analyzing the context of this verse. This verse 37:130 has a context which is related to its prior verses, and from it we can easily make out that that Salam was sent on Yasin(ilyas).

Here is the context in which this verse comes:

[Shakir 37:123] And Ilyas was most surely of the messengers.
[Shakir 37:124] When he said to his people: Do you not guard (against evil)?
[Shakir 37:125] What! do you call upon Ba’l and forsake the best of the creators,
[Shakir 37:126] Allah, your Lord and the Lord of your fathers of yore?
[Shakir 37:127] But they called him a liar, therefore they shall most surely be brought up.
[Shakir 37:128] But not the servants of Allah, the purified ones.
[Shakir 37:129] And We perpetuated to him (praise) among the later generations.
[Shakir 37:130] Peace be on Ilyas.
[Shakir 37:131] Even thus do We reward the doers of good.
[Shakir 37:132] Surely he was one of Our believing servants.

Anyone who reads the complete context will easily understand that the one who was mentioned in (37:123) was the same one who was mentioned in (37:130) and in both places it was Ilyas(yasin). The Shia view that Salam was sent on Ahlelbayt not Ilyas(as), makes no sense in the context of the surah because the pattern is that the story of a Prophet(as) is discussed then at the end the peace and blessings are sent to the family of that Prophet(as). So in this case it is “Ilyass” who is being discussed, so it doesn’t make much contextual sense to send peace and blessings upon the family of Muhammad(saw) as opposed to the family of Ilyass(as) who was just mentioned. It also breaks the pattern of sending peace and blessings as was done in the rest of the surah.

Let us quote some famous tafseers for this verse so that it gets cleared that which is the correct view.

Sunni Tafseers:

1. (Salam (peace! ) be upon Ilyasin! ) Similarly, one might say for Isma`il, Isma`in. This is the language (dialect ) of Bani Asad; they say Mikal, Mika’il, and Mika’in. They say Ibrahim and Ibraham; Isra’il, Isra’in; Tur Sina’, Tur Sinin. All of that is fine.(Tafseer ibn katheer for 37:130)

2. {(37:130) Peace be upon Elias} The words in the original are: Salam-un ‘ala El-ya-sin. Some commentators say that EI ya-sin is the other name of the Prophet Elias, just as Abraham is the other name of the Prophet Ibrahim; some others say that different versions of the Hebrew names were prevalent among the Arabs, e.g. one and the same angel was called Michal and Micha’il and Micha’in. The same has been the case with the name of the Prophet Elias also. In the Qur’an itself the same mountain has been called Tur Sina’ and Tur Sinin. (tahfeem ul Quran, by Maulana Mawdoodi, 37:130)

3. (Peace be) bliss and safety from Us (unto Elias!) who is none other than Idris the Prophet! (Tanwîr al-Miqbâs min Tafsîr Ibn ‘Abbâs, 37:130)
Elijah called on his people to believe in God’s oneness, denouncing their practice of worshipping Baal in preference to God, the best of creators. Thus, he followed the same line as Abraham when he denounced his people’s idolatrous worship. The same stance was taken by every messenger when they encountered idol worship. The wrongdoers’ response was to accuse Elijah of lying and to reject his message. God confirms here that they too will be brought before Him for punishment, except for those of them who believed in the message of the truth. This snippet ends in the same way as other historical accounts in this sūrah by emphasizing the honour God grants to His messengers: this by giving them the greeting and blessing of peace, outlining the reward of people who do good and the great value of faith. This is the only occasion that an account of Elijah is given in the Qur’ān. ( In the shade of Quran 37:130).
5. Peace, from Us, be to Elias!’. It is said that this [ilyāsīn] is [the same] Elias mentioned above; but it is also said that this denotes him together with [all] those who were believers with him, and so they have been coupled [under the same term] with him being the predominant, as when one might say al-Muhallabūn, ‘the Muhallabids’, to mean al-Muhallab and his folk; a variant reading has āl yāsīn, by which is meant his family as well as Elias himself.(tafseer Jalayan, 37:130)

6. The word: (il ya sin) used in: (Salam on il ya sin -130) is also the very name of Sayyidna Ilyas. The people of Arabia are used to adding the letters ‘ya’ and ‘nun’ with non-Arab names fairly, often – for example, (sina: Sinai) could take the form of (sinin).Similarly, here too, two letters have been added. (Maariful Quran, 37:130).
7. From Durr al-Mansur of Suyuti:

وأخرج عبد بن حميد وابن جرير وابن المنذر وابن أبي حاتم وابن عساكر عن ابن مسعود قال { إلياس } هو إدريس.
Narrated: Abd ibn Humaid, ibn Jareer, ibn al-Munzir, ibn Abi Hatim, ibn Asakir, from ibn Masood that Ilyas that was prophet Idris.

وأخرج عبد بن حميد وابن جرير عن قتادة رضي الله عنه قال: كان يقال أن { إلياس } هو إدريس عليه السلام.
Narrated Abd ibn Humaid, ibn Jarir from Qatada that he said Ilyas mean Idris.

Shia Tafseer:

Shia tafseer states:

We must learn from Allah (s.w.t.) how to greet to Divine prophets, the great friends of Allah. This verse says: {“Peace be on ’Ilyāsin (Elyās).”}

The application of the term ’Ilyāsīn instead of Elyās is either for the sake that ’Ilyāsīn was a word inside the term Elyās and both of them have the same meaning; or it refers to Elyās and his followers which has been used in this total form. (The Light of The Holy Qur’an  by Ayatullah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani and A Group of Muslim Scholars, under explanation of verse, 37:130)

Interestingly we find that the Shia scholar who did the tafseer gave two opinions first one is the same as we gave and the second one is that Ilyas and HIS FOLLOWERS were ment by ‘il Yasin’. Even the famous Shia translator holds the same view:

Shia translator, Muhammad Sarwar translated this verse as: Peace be with the followers of Elias.(37:130)

So this implies that according to Shia Ayatullah who made the tafseer and according to Shia translator Salam was sent on FOLLOWERS of Ilyas. We have no problem even with this view.

 

Argument 8 B

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] Stated:

[Quote]

In Tafsir Maqatil ibn Sulayman, vol. 3, p. 106, we read:

قال الفراء عن حيان الكلبي: آل ياسين يعني به النبي (صلى الله عليه) فإذا قال سلام على إل ياسين, فالمعنى سلام على آل محمد (صلى الله عليه (

Al-Farra narrated that Hayyan al-Kalbi said: “Family of Yasin: Yasin refers to the Prophet. So, when He said: ‘Salam be upon the family of Yasin!’, the meaning is ‘Salam be upon the family of Muhammad!’”

Ibn Abu Hatim in his Tafsir, vol. 10, p. 3225 also states:

عن ابن عباس في قوله: سلام على إل ياسين قال: نحن آل محمد آل ياسين

Ibn ‘Abbas said regarding the verse ‘Salam be upon the family of Yasin!’: “We are the family of Muhammad, the family of Yasin.”

Imam al-Qurtubi in his Tafsir, vol. 15, p. 4 also states:

وقالوا في قوله تعالى: (سَلَامٌ عَلَى آل يَاسِينَ), أي: على آل محمد. وقال سعيد بن جبير: هو الاسم من الاسماء محمد

They said regarding the verse ‘Salam be upon the family of Yasin’: meaning, the family of Muhammad. Sa’id ibn Jubayr said: Yasin is a name of Muhammad.

Ibn Kathir too in his Tafsir, vol. 4, p. 22 states:

وقرأ آخرون: (( سَلَامٌ عَلَى إِل يَاسِينَ )), يعني آل محمد

Others recite: “Salam be upon the family of Yasin”, meaning the family of Muhammad. [Quote]

It is a known fact that usually Quran commentators bring all different views present for a verse, but that doesn’t mean that they believe in all of those views. They just quote what certain people believe as we can see from their wordings, they state: ‘They said..’ or ‘Other say…’ as can be seen from the tafseers quoted by Shiawebsite, but this doesn’t mean that they approve these views.

This view which was presented by Shiawebsite makes no sense in the context of the surah because the pattern is that the story of a Prophet(as) is discussed then at the end the peace and blessings are sent to the family of that Prophet(as). So in this case it is “Ilyass” who is being discussed, so it doesn’t make much contextual sense to send peace and blessings upon the family of Muhammad(saw) as opposed to the family of Ilyass(as) who was just mentioned. It also breaks the pattern of sending peace and blessings as was done in the rest of the surah.

Coming to the tafseers quoted by Shiawebsite then first one from them is Tafsir Maqatil ibn Sulayman. Muqatil ibn Sulaiman who wrote this tafseer was a liar, so we don’t even bother to take his view or what he reported in his book in account. Imam Ibn Hajr Asqalani mentioned in his Taqrib (#6868) that Muqaatil was a LIAR and a mujassim.

As for the report from Ibn Abbas, then we found it with complete chain in the Mojam of Tabarani:

10903- حدثنا : عبد الرحمن بن الحسين الصابوني التستري ، ثنا : عباد بن يعقوب ، ثنا : موسى بن عمير ، عن إلأعمش ، عن مجاهد ، عن بن عباس : سلام على إل ياسين ، قال :نحن آل محمد (ص).

The chain is extremely weak:

1) Sulaiman ibn Mihran al-Amash – mudalis and his anana.

2) Musa ibn Umayr al-Qurashi. Abu Hatim said he was liar. (Mizan 4/215)

3) Abbad ibn Yaqub rafidi who was questioned.

 

Argument 8 C

Shiawebsite[Wilayat.net] then stated:

[Quote] Al-Hakim al-Haskani in his Shawahid al-Tanzil, vol. 2, p. 165 has recorded the statement from Ibn ‘Abbas that the family of Yasin is the family of Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) from four distinct chains! [Quote]

Al-Haskani was probably a Shia and mu’atazali influenced scholar. It is mentioned in muqaddima of Shawahid that his student mentioned in “Dhail Tarikh Naisaboor” that he leaned toward the madhhab of ‘Adl (i.e. I’tezal).  Both Zaidiyya and Imamamiyya listed him amongst their Rijal. His son had a compilation in on the masa’il of Zaidiyya(shia sect).

Shia scholar Aqa Buzruq el Tehrani Said:
آقا بزرالطهراني في كتابه الذريعة إلى تصانيف الشيعة ج 4 ص 194 :
(الحاكم الحسكاني مؤلف ” شواهد التنزيل ” ” وهو الشيخ الحاكم أبو القاسم عبيد الله بن عبد الله بن أحمد بن محمد بن أحمد بن محمد بن حسكان القرشى العامري النيسابوري المنسوب إلى جده حسكان كغضبان كما ترجمه كذلك الذهبي في تذكرة الحفاظ ( ج 3 – ص 390 ) وذكر أنه الحاكم المعروف بابن الحداد من ذرية عبد الله بن عامر الذى افتتح خراسان زمن عثمان ، وذكر أنه كان معمرا عالى الاسناد صنف وجمع وحدث عن جده وعن أبى عبد الله الحاكم بن البيع النيسابوري ( المتوفى 405 ) إلى أن قال وقد اكثر عنه عبد الغافر بن اسماعيل الفارسى ( المولود 451 والمتوفى 529 ) وذكره في تاريخه لكنه لم اجد فيه وفاته ، / صفحة 195 / وقد توفى بعد تسعين وأربعماية ، ووجدت له مجلسا يدل على تشيعه).

Aga Buzurg at-Tahrani included haskani and his book in al-Tharee’ah ila Tasanif al-Shia (4/194).

Researcher of Shia Tafseer Furat al_Kufi said:
محقق كتاب تفسير فرات الكوفي في المقدمة
ص13الطبعة الاولى 1410 ه‍. – 1990 م طهران

وهذا الكتاب لم يكن بمتناول أحد من العلماء والاعلام فيما نعرف
إلى زمن العلامة المجلسي
رحمه الله سوى الحاكم أبي القاسم عبيد الله بن عبد الله بن أحمد الحسكاني ا
لحافظ صاحب الكتاب النفيس شواهد التنزيل حيث كان عنده هذا الكتاب بالكامل
وهو يكثر النقل عنه في
كتابه وأيضا ينقل بسنده إلى فرات إضافة إلى النقل المباشر وقد كان
لدى الحاكم الحسكاني أصولا وكتبا أخرى هي غير موجودة اليوم مثل
التفسير العتيق وتفسير العياشي بكامله مسندا

(Source: Tafsir Furat, intro, pg13.)

According to the researcher of Kitab Tafseer Furat al-Kufi (Shia Tafsir) al_Hasakani and al_Majlisi were the only two scholars who had Tafsir Furat al-Kufi And al-Hasakani narrates from Shia Tafsir Furat al-Kufi A LOT in his own Tafsir.

Thus,  this book of his is not to be relied upon. It’s enough to read his book to understand that indeed this man was very much influenced by shiism.

For the benefit of readers let us give one example from the tafseer of Haskani. The Shiawebsite stated that Haskani brought four distinct chains for the report from Ibn abbas(ra). So let us quote one of those reports to understand the reliability of this book of Haskani.

791 – أخبرني أبو بكر المعمري حدثنا أبو جعفر القمي (2) حدثنا أبي / 138 / ب / حدثنا عبد الله بن الحسن المؤدب، عن أحمد بن علي الأصبهاني قال: أخبرنا محمد بن أبي عمر النهدي قال: حدثني أبي، عن محمد بن مروان، عن محمد بن السائب عن أبي صالح:
عن ابن عباس في قوله: (سلام على آل ياسين) قال: على آل محمد.
(٢) رواه رحمه الله في الحديث: (٣) من المجلس: (٨٢) من أماليه ص ٣٨١

In the chain we find the name Abu Ja`far al-Qummi in the chain. The researcher of the book says in the commentary and he Rahmatullah `Alayhi narrated it in his AMALI  (means AMALI Al-SADUQ). This narrator Abu Ja`far al-Qummi, is the same Shiekh Sadooq of Rafidah. Which makes this report unreliable for Ahlesunnah.

Same is the case for the other reports in this book, the narrators of those reports are Liars or extremist Shias or people are unknown(majhool).

 

Argument 8 D

Shiawebsite quote a shia hadeeth to support their view:

[Quote] ‘Allamah al-Majlisi in his Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 23, p. 168, Number 2 records:

حدثنا الشيخ محمد بن القاسم عن حسين بن حكم عن حسين بن نصر بن مزاحم عن أبيه عن أبان بن أبي عياش عن سليم بن قيس عن علي ع قال إن رسول الله ص اسمه ياسين و نحن الذين قال الله سلام على آل ياسين

‘Ali, peace be upon him, said: “The name of Allah’s Apostle was Yasin, and we are those regarding whom Allah said: Salam be upon the family of Yasin!”

[Quote]

One of the narrator in this report is Abaan bin Abee `Ayyaash and He according to Shia hadeeth scholars is  da`eef(weak)

Rijaal al-toosi

1264 – 36 – أبان بن أبي عياش فيروز
تابعي ضعيف.

Abaan bin Abee `Ayyaash is da`eef

So this hadeeth is even weak according to Shia standards.

So the conclusion of all these arguments regarding (37:130) is that:

-Tthe vast majority of Mufassireen of Ahlul-Sunnah mentioned 3-4 possibilities and the vast majority say this is talking about Elias (as). This was also backed by Shia tafseer we quoted.

-Sunni narrations from ibn `Abbas are extremely weak, they contain weak extremist Shia, or abandoned Rafidhi narrators.

-Shia narration from `Ali bin abi Talib is also weak and unreliable according to Shia standards.

– This view which was presented by Shiawebsite makes no sense in the context of the surah because the pattern is that the story of a Prophet(as) is discussed then at the end the peace and blessings are sent to the family of that Prophet(as). So in this case it is “Ilyass” who is being discussed, so it doesn’t make much contextual sense to send peace and blessings upon the family of Muhammad(saw) as opposed to the family of Ilyass(as).

Conclusion:

Lastly, we would like to repeat our message to the truthseeking and unbiased Shias, those who sincerely like to save their hereafter. Here they have witnessed that how the Shiawebsites and the Shiatu dajjal who run them, are fooling and deceiving lay shias in the name of love for Ahlelbayt. They don’t even fear or feel ashamed before lying upon Allah. We would like to remind those Shias who have witnessed the deception of their own sect, to ponder over this verse of Quran which is applicable to them.

Allah said in Quran: “We had given to them ears and eyes and hearts, but neither their ears benefited them in the least, nor their eyes, nor their hearts, as they used to reject Allāh’s signs; and they were encircled by what they used to ridicule.” [46:26]

Allah said in Quran: It is not for any person to believe, except by the leave of Allah, and He will put the Rijs(doubt) on those who do not reason. Quran (10:100)

We would like to request such shias to think over this serious matter, if they really care for the truth and their hereafter, because it was reported from Ali(ra) that one extreme group will be deviate from the right path due to their extreme love towards Ahlelbayt. So we invite them to forsake the heretic Shia beliefs which have led them astray from the straight path due to their extremism in loving Ahlelbayt and we invite them to join the group which is on the middle course, which is the Ahlesunnah wal Jama’ah those who love and respect Ahlelbayt and Sahaba in the correct manner.

Judge your selves, O’truthseeing Shias. Do you think that you can be guided to the straight path by people who lie upon Allah and his angels?

“Truth has (now) arrived, and Falsehood perished: for Falsehood is (by its nature) bound to perish.” Quran (17:81)
May Allah send Salah and Salam on the Prophet(saw), his household, companions and those who follow them.

5 thoughts on “Ignorance(Jahalah) and Deception of Shias regarding Salat(blessings) and Salam(peace) upon Non-Prophets unveiled.

    • Muslims are the enemy of themselves. May Allah guide us all. We are supposed to build unity. Thank you for moving us one step closer to that. I am Shia and I do not reject clear-cut verses in the Qur’an. Thus, your theory is not supported.

  1. Salam Alaykum, I don’t know which shia you are talking about in all your arguments because clearly you are either ignorant yourself or misinformed. I feel like I have an obligation to write a reply after reading only the beginning of your article which is very untrue. Take it from I am a loyal shia and its not that I disagree with you it’s just that many of the things you claim are untrue. The thing about the Salam is untrue and also your view that we hate the companions of the prophet. You couldn’t be further from the truth because we hold those true and loyal companions on high regards and saying otherwise is blasphemy. You can debate me on the difference of opinion you have but don’t make false statements because I’m afraid that Would make your argument hypocritical. I hope that inshallah Allah guides me and those that are searching for he truth and I pray that you don’t take any offence to what I have written because Allah knows my intentions and they are meant to educate not eradicate. Wasalamu Alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

    Ali

    • Wa’alaykum Salam,

      Brother if you would have read the complete article attentively then you wouldn’t have raised this question that which shias were we refuting, because in our article we clearly stated that we were refuting the article of Shia website, wilayat.net. So please read the complete article before raising such questions. Secondly, it seems you are aware of the scenario, what actually happened is that we wrote an article proving that Salam can be sent on non-prophets especially Sahaba(as) and mother of believers(as).Which can be read here [CLICK] So the Shiawebsite out of hatred for those Sahaba(As) and mother of believers(as) whom Ahlesunnah regard on esteem position and revere them, attempted for a silly and weak refutation of our article trying to portray that Salam cannot be sent on Sahaba(as). Thus we wrote a counter refutation for their arguments. We hope it is clear to you that what exactly happened and which shias we refuted.

      May Allah guide you.

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