Christians have monopolized on the memory of Prophet Jesus, despite the fact that the Muslims have a greater claim to him. Likewise, the Shia have monopolized on the memory of the Ahlel Bayt, despite the fact that the Sunnis have a greater claim to the Prophetic Household. Loving Ahlel Bayt is an obligation for Sunni Muslims, and this means the entire Ahlel Bayt – not just a segment of the Ahlel Bayt like the Shia do. The following articles will clear up some popular misconceptions.
This article proves that the Prophet's wives are Ahlel Bayt. It also presents a definition of what the term "Ahlel Bayt" means which may be different to the one prevalent among our Shia bretheren. In the Quran, Allah Himself declares the Prophet's wives to be the Ahlel Bayt and, thus, it is our assertion that they should not be excluded from our love.
Many of the Shia claim that the Prophet had only one daughter, namely Fatima, and hence deny the very existence of his other three daughters. This article proves without a doubt “using the Quran“ that the Prophet had more than one daughter. Thus, it is our assertion that all four of the Prophet's lovely daughters are part of the Ahlel Bayt.
It is sad and unfortunate that some people have tried to change the meaning of the Quran by playing word games with it. This article refutes these far-fetched theories such as the claims that Allah changed tenses in the Quran from feminine to masculine. We shall also examine the claims by the Shia Ayatollahs that the Quranic Verse 33:33 has been tampered with.
Some people enjoy posting half of a Hadith in order to â€œproveâ€ their point. This is what we call "Half Hadith-ing." One of the most popular of the Hadith that are manipulated in such a manner is a narration by Zaid ibn Arqam. We shall examine this Hadith in this article and the reader will, Insha-Allah, realize that this Hadith actually affirms that the Prophet's wives are Ahlel Bayt.
All Muslims believe in respecting the Ahlel Bayt. However, many Shia espouse a viewpoint that goes against the Islamic concepts of egalitarianism and is a rejection of Quranic exhortations.
It is the Shia who are the Nasibis, because they hate the Prophet’s wives. The Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah loves the entire Ahlel Bayt, including the Prophet’s wives, all his children, Ali and his family, etc., whereas the Shia only love one segment of the Ahlel Bayt and despise other parts of it.
The Shia scholars do not have a good opinion of Aisha or of Hafsa. This article chronicles some of the allegations levied against the Mothers of the Believers. This collection of Shia sayings is very heart-wrenching for those who love the lovely wives of the Prophet of Islam.
The Quran bestows the title of “Mother of the Believers” (Umm Al Mumineen) to Aisha, Hafsa , and the rest of the Prophet’s wives: “The Prophet is closer to the believers than their ownselves, and his wives are their mothers.” (Quran, 33:6) If Aisha is the mother of the believers, then the people who slander her, insult her, and criticize her can not truly be believers.
The Munafiqoon slandered Aisha in the incident of al-Ifk, which took place in the lifetime of the Prophet. Allah Almighty Himself revealed verses in the Quran not only defending Aisha against slander but condemning anyone who does such a thing as an unbeliever. Slander against Aisha is Haram according to the Quran.
Aisha is of the Ahlel Bayt; she is the First Lady of Islam, the Queen of our hearts, the Mother of the Believers, and the beloved of Allah’s Beloved. Anyone who disrespects her, thereby disrespects the Prophet. This article is food for thought, a simple series of logical arguments backed by the Word of Allah.
The Shia make the claim that verse 33:33 makes the Ahlel Bayt infallible. However, this seems to be an exaggeration, and an unbiased analysis of verse 33:33 shows that nobody is made infallible by this verse. Furthermore, we expose the inconsistencies of many Shia missionaries and hope to impress upon our readers the fallacy in much of Shia theology.
The wives of Prophet Nuh and Prophet Lut were sinful and condemned in the Quran. The Shia bring up these two women in order to justify their position on the wife of Prophet Muhammad, whom they revile. We hope to, Insha-Allah, expose the weakness of the Shia argument in this article.
How is it that Shia missionaries can do Taqiyyah and deny that they hate the Prophet's wives, when they have authentic du'as which condemn Aisha and Hafsa, ask Allah to curse them, and to beat them. This is the depth of their hatred for the Prophetic Household, the Ummahatul Mu'mineen (Mothers of the Believers), and the Prophet's lovers. A very famous Shia du'a called Saname Quraish condemns Abu Bakr and Umar bin Khattab , as well as their two daughters: Aisha bint Abu Bakr and Hafsa bint Umar bin Khattab, the two lovely wives of the Prophet.
The Ahlel Bayt refers to the family of the Prophet. The Sahabah refers to the friends of the Prophet . The Shia claim to love the Ahlel Bayt only, and hate the Sahabah. The Nasibis, on the other hand, love the Sahabah but hate the Ahlel Bayt. Both groups are incorrect in their views. The correct position is to love both the Ahlel Bayt (Prophet's family) and the Sahabah (Prophet's friends).
It is unfortunate that we find many instances in our discourses with the Shia where they willingly take Hadith from Sahih Bukhari out of context to prove their point. One such instance is the Hadith about Bibi Aisha teaching two men how to do Ghusl. The Shia will claim that the Sunnis believe that Bibi Aisha did Ghusl naked in front of two non-mehrem men. In this article, we disprove this horrendous slander, both against Bibi Aisha and against our book of Hadith.
The Shia have changed the meaning of Ahlel Bayt (the Prophetic Household) and have pitted some members of the Prophetic Household against others. It seems they do not truly harbor love for the real Ahlel Bayt, including the Prophet's wives whom they curse, and the Prophet's daughters whom they deny.
The scholars of Sunni Islam are all agreed that whoever accuses Aisha of that which Allaah has stated she is innocent of, is a kaafir. This is because he has rejected Allaah's statement of her innocence in Soorat al-Noor. Whoever feels hatred towards the beloved of the Messenger of Allah will deserved to be despised by him on the Day of Resurrection.
The depths of hatred that the Shia Ulema have for the Prophet’s family (i.e. the way in which they disassociate themselves from his wife Aisha) manifests itself in the following fatwa passed by the Aalim Network on the very popular Shia website, Al-Islam.org. The Shia are discouraged by their scholars to name their daughters by the beautiful name of “Aisha”– such is their hatred for the beloved of our beloved Prophet.
Who are the Ahlel Bayt? Answer: Primarily, the Prophet’s wives are Ahlel Bayt. After them, there are others who were also called that, but it should be remembered that the ones with the most right to be called Ahlel Bayt are first and foremost the Prophet’s wives.
Ali was an embodiment of knowledge and wisdom. In this article, we relate 154 of his wise sayings. May Allah be well-pleased with him!
The Shia propagandists slander the Prophet’s wife, Aisha. It should be noted, however, that the Munafiqoon (Hypocrites) and Kufaar (Disbelievers) have always sought to hurt the Prophet by slandering his wife; as such, there is nothing new in the Shia tactics. During the lifetime of the Prophet, many of the enemies of Islam hurt the Prophet by slandering his wife, and this pained the Prophet very much.
“Each one of them was a pious, upright Muslim from the noble Prophetic Tree and many of them were also among the foremost people of knowledge in their time.”
The classical scholars of the Shia claimed that there was Tahreef (tampering) of the Quran. They claimed that the “evil” Sahabah changed the Quran, and that the Mushaf we have today is not the real Quran (at least not in its unaltered form). The contemporary Shia scholars, however, completely deny that they believe in Tahreef or that this belief was ever a part of their sect. Nonetheless, despite this denial, many of the Shia Ulema hold onto the belief known as Tahreef bit Tarteeb (tampering in the order of the verses of the Quran such that the meaning of it is changed). Many Shia scholars claim that verse 33:33 was altered in such a manner.