Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  2817  -  Quran
Salam un alike 1)It is mentioned in the Noble Quran, (It is you we worship and you we ask for help). When we say (Ya Ali Madad) we are basically seeking help from other then Allah (SWT) could you point some evidence from the Quran/Hadis/books that saying (Ya ali Madad) is not shirk to say? 2)is there any prove from the Holy Quran that our Prophet and Imams (as) were Shia? Thankyou
 
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Question:What is the authenticity of saying YA ALI MADAD..Sunnis say that
it is shirk? Please do give ur reply with authentic Hadith or quran as I
have to give this reply to sunni people..jazak Allah.Answer: Saying (Ya Ali
Madad) is seeking the Waseela of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (a.s.) to get your
wish from Allah (s.w.t.). Those who misunderstand it think something else
and put allegation on Muslims wrongly. Seeking help from human beings is
not shirk. Don't you read in the Holy Quran how Prophet Sulaiman (Solomon)
(a.s.) sought help of others to bring the throne of Bilqis? All other
prophets sought help from people but never believed or claimed them to be
God or His partners. We seek help from doctors when we need them and indeed
nobody can say that it is shirk. What if we seek help from the best of the
servants of Allah (s.w.t.) and seek their Waseela and intervention to pray
for us to Allah (s.w.t.)? In the Holy Qur?an, Allah (s.w.t.) has ordered us
to seek help from patience (sabr) and prayers (salat) (The Holy Quran, 2:45
and 2:153).Obviously, Sabr and Salat are not Allah, but still we must seek
help from them. Saying (Ya Ali Madad) is therefore, absolutely in
accordance with the Holy Quran and the Prophetic Ahadeeth. Even in Sunni
books there is authentic Hadeeths that the Prophet (SAWA) taught a blind
man to pray Salat and say in Sojood (Ya Mohammad) and this Salat was
practiced by Muslim safter the life of the Prophet (SAWA) as it is narrated
from Othman Bin Hunaif who taught it to a man who had a need to meet Uthman
Bin Affan during his government. No doubt, saying Ya Mohammad is same like
saying Ya Ali Madad. Wassalam Mohammad al-Musawi



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> Category : Quran
> Question : Salam un alike
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> 1)It is mentioned in the Noble Quran, (It is you we worship and you we ask
> for help). When we say (Ya Ali Madad) we are basically seeking help from
> other then Allah (SWT) could you point some evidence from the
> Quran/Hadis/books that saying (Ya ali Madad) is not shirk to say?
>
> 2)is there any prove from the Holy Quran that our Prophet and Imams (as)
> were Shia? Thankyou
>
>
 
Question ID  2691  -  Quran
Salam un alike Is this Dua in the Quran ? thankyou { Ya Elahi Esmoka Shafaee }
 
Answer:-  Du'a Kumail contains (YA MAN ESMOHO DAWAA WA THIKROHO SHIFAA)
What you wrote is not in Quran.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  2664  -  Quran
Give one ayaat each regarding the usage of the following colours in the holy quran A. White B. Red C. Yellow D. Blue E. Black F. Green
 
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Question ID  2657  -  Quran
Salamunalikum. What is the difference between our quran and Imam Ali (a.s) quran that he wrote with his hand. Thank you
 
Answer:-  Same Quran in content, but according to some narrations, it was according
to sequence of revelation of the Suras ; Al Alaq as the first and then the
second and third according to the sequence of revelation. There is also a
narration that it has a brief Tafseer with some verses.
Mainly the Quran is same and no change has or can happen to Quran.
Wassalam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  2616  -  Quran
Salaam Syed, I hope and pray you are well. Sir, I have some old audio cassettes with religious duas and Quran on. How can I dispose of these? as now everything is on CD. Thank you very much
 
Answer:-  You can recycle them.
Wassalam
 
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