Shias insulting Ahlel Bayt
Kitab Saleem Bin Qais Hilali
Page 108, Ali said, there was no one amongst Ahlel bayt with whom i could do Jihad (against the caliphs) and had gained strength. Hazrat Hamza martyred in Uhud and Jaafar martyred in Mauta. I remained alone with two weak people i.e Abbas and Ali ... Ali said, O Qais , woe unto you, the nation has oppressed me and weakened me. It was near that they would have killed me. If they had told me that they will kill me, i would surely try protect myself, even though i was alone. They only told me that if you pay allegiance, we will stop from harmnig you and we will respect you. If you don't do this , we will kill you.
Page 110, The day on which Abu Bakar was given allegiance, if on that day, 40 people had helped me (Ali) ,than I would surely have fought. I didn't fight because 40 people didn't help me.
Author: Yaqoob Kulayni
Look at the ridiculous "Hadeeth" from Al Kafi, H 641, Ch. 40, h 7.
Ali ibn Ibrahim has narrated from his father from ibn abu ‘Umayr from ‘Umar ibn Udhayna from Fudayl ibn Yasar, Burayd ibn Mu‘wiya and Zurarah who have said that ‘Abdallah ibn ‘Abd al-Malik said the following to abu ‘Abdallah (a.s.), "The Zaydi sect and al-Mu‘tazali group circle around Muhammad ibn ‘Abdallah. Does he have any authority?" The Imam (a.s.) said, "I swear by Allah that with me there are two books in which there is the name of every prophet and the name of every king that would rule on earth. No, I swear by Allah, the name of Muhammad ibn ‘Abdallah is not in the list as one of them."
The Narration is saying, that Muhammad ibn Abdullah Sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, is not mentioned as one of the prophets. Astaghfirullah!
Tafseer of Al Qummi
Author: Abil Hasan Ali ibn Ebraaheem, Al Qummi
Ali is a Mosquito?There is a verse in the Qur´aan, where Allaah says the following,
"Verily, Allâh is not ashamed to set forth a parable even of a mosquito or so much more when it is bigger (or less when it is smaller) than it. And as for those who believe, they know that it is the Truth from their Lord, but as for those who disbelieve, they say: "What did Allâh intend by this parable?" By it He misleads many, and many He guides thereby. And He misleads thereby only those who are Al-Fâsiqûn (the rebellious, disobedient to Allâh)." (Al-Baqarah 2:26)
Look at what one of the biggest scholars of the Shee´aa says who this Mosqito is.
This is a scan from the Book called "Tafseerul Qummi – The Commentary [of the Quran] of Al Qummi", or "The Tafseer of Al Qummi"
Author: Abil Hasan Ali ibn Ebraaheem, Al Qummi.
Ala'alamy print press, Beirut, Lebanon
Translated by Muhammad Almadany
He claims that the Mosquito is ALI!!! Radi Allahu Anhu, and that which is bigger is the messenger Sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
11th Imam's brother is "Kadhab" i.e "The Liar" for Shias
The majority of the Imamites…denied his birth or even his existence, and mocked those who believed in him. According to al-Nu’mani the bulk of these groups abandoned their belief in the hidden Imam. In fact those who continued to hold a firm belief in his Imamate were a small minority belonging to the circles of narrators, like Ibn Qubba and al-Nu’mani himself, who based their belief on the traditions of the Imams (i.e. Hadith about twelve Imams).Many scholars shared the perplexity of the Imamite masses over the prolonged occultation of the twelfth Imam.
(The Occultation of the Twelfth Imam: A Historical Background, by Dr. Jassim M. Hussain, p.143)
Moojan Momen writes in “An Introduction to Shi’i Islam” (London, 1985, p. 162) that, “Jafar remained unshakeable in his assertion that his brother (Hasan al-Askari) had no progeny.”
Indeed, if Hasan al-Askari really had a child, then why did his own family not give a share of the inheritance to him? To deal with this inconsistency, the Imami Shia of the time denounced Jafar as being “al-Kadhab” (the Liar), and they came up with the fantastic story that the eleventh Imam had a son but that this son was hidden from view (i.e. in occultation).
Shia's belief: Imams are born from the thighs of the Mothers!
Allama Majlisi, includes in his Jila ul Ayun. the following tradition on the subject , related by the eleventh Imam,Hasan Askari:
در روايت ديگر اين است كه حضرت فرمود: حمل ما اوصياى پيغمبران در شكم نمىباشد و در پهلو مىباشد، و از رحم بيرون نمىآييم بلكه از ران مادران فرود مىآييم، زيرا كه ما نورهاى حق تعالىايم، و چرك و نجاست را از ما دور گردانيده است
We, the Awsiya of the Prophets are not concieved in the wombs of our Mothers, but in their sides. We do not come out of the wombs, but out of the thighs of our Mothers. We are the light of God,and hence, we are kept away from filth and uncleanliness.
(Jila ul Ayun, p. 1008)