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The enthusiasm and swindlers - منتديات الهدى
  • تطبيق البحث في القرآن الكريم مع التصفح وتفسير الآيات القرآنية المتشابهة بأسلوب واضح ومفهوم للجميع من كتاب تفسير المتشابه من القرآن.
  • اثبات عدم وجود ناسخ ومنسوخ في القران الكريم
  • وقت الافطار الحقيقي في شهر رمضان على ضوء القران الكريم
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    The enthusiasm and swindlers

    God's religion which God - be glorified - revealed to all His prophets and messengers (apostles) is essentially the First Commandment that the religion should exclusively be devoted to Him alone, and that all the rest of creatures are only His servants whether they are righteous prophets or evil devils

    And that the glorification should be only to God alone and not to other creatures


    Then God's religion suffered distortion all over history .. and that was by the swindlers and charlatans: the political and the religious .. the rulers and the religious leaders who preferred their personal advantages to telling people the truth

    Now, in the community: the Eastern and the Western community, there are many swindlers who profit themselves with such enthusiasm about Jesus and the saints, and about the imams and sheikhs and the religious Jewish men and their tombs

    Example
    Yesterday, I took a bus and I sat beside the driver: there was none in the bus other than me and the driver

    The driver said to me: "You are indebted of a visit to the tomb of Kazim in Baghdad!"
    I said: "How do you know this?"

    He said: "I tell you: You are indebted and you should pay such a visit to the shrine of this imam!"
    I said: "I did visit this tomb when I was child; now I don't go to such visit!"

    He said: "Why is that"
    I said: "The righteous imam being a monotheist and a righteous one went to Paradise in heaven following his death, and nothing remained in the grave but only the rotten bones and decayed bodies."

    He said: "But these are the imams among the respected family of the Prophet and they are infallible"
    I said: "None is infallible other than God alone, and it may be that I will visit this righteous imam in the Next Life and greet him"

    He said: "He and the other imams may not accept you"
    I said: "God's acceptance will be enough for me"

    He said: "I bind the wrist of the patient with a green piece of cloth, and the patient will be cured, even if he has cancer"
    I said: "None can cure the patient but only God alone; don't you know that Prophet Mohammed wrapped his head with a cloth band because of the headache"

    He said: "This is not true"
    I said: "It is true and I add: Ali son of Hussein was ill and because of his illness he was saved of the massacre, and Kazim himself was poisoned, so if he cures the patient, why didn't he save himself from the poisoning"

    So he insisted on his words: "You are indebted of a visit, so be wise enough to go there!"
    I said: "Such words may please you, while to me I don't go and will never go to visit the graves and tombs"

    Comment: Such tombs have become like idols: people go to visit such tombs and pray their needs and seek blessings from them
    This in fact is common to all people: Jews, Christians, Muslims and others

    Afterwards, I told others about this story, and one of them said: This is a charlatan or swindler; he traps people and takes their money on this pretext that: if they do not pay their debt then Kazim and others will take revenge on them, and they have cheated a large number of people by this way

    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/39.htm#a39_36
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    Also I recited to him the aya in the Quran Soora 102: which means

    Soora 102




    (In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

    1
    The striving
    [to have more wealth and children a] diverts you [from God's obedience b2

    2
    c Until you [die and] visit the [people of] tombs d

    3
    No,
    [do not busy yourselves by collecting money that you will leave behind you, and come alone to Us, and] you will surely know [the true fact of that when you will die and come to Us

    4
    Again [your children divert you now from God's glorification, but] no, indeed [; your children will not profit you on Doomsday nor will they save you from the Fire]; you will surely know [that following your death

    5
    No, indeed, [O you occupied with the life of the World rather than the Next Life], had you but known for certain e,

    6
    You will surely see Hell f

    7
    And [on Doomsday] you will certainly see it with your own eye-sights

    Then, on that day, you will be inquired of, concerning [your gratitude for] the bounties [of God.] g
    .................................................. .............

    a And boasting about that
    b And from remembering the Next Life

    c So you will keep up in this condition till death overtakes you, and you meet the souls of those people of graves who died before you
    d The people of tombs are the souls

    e About what horror and cosmic events occur on that day, then you would have refrained from hoarding money and from being occupied by women and children, and you would have stayed in the mosques to worship God in them until you go to the world of souls, but you are unaware and are asleep
    For this meaning, the Prophet pointed out with his saying: “People are asleep, but when they die they will awake

    f When you will go to the Barzakh world, or the Afterlife, and at that time you will believe in its existence

    g It means: the bounties which God bestowed on you, like health, wealth, children and everything man prospers with it in the life of the World: did you show gratitude for them or were you ungrateful? Did you expend out of your wealth on your poor [people] or were you niggardly towards them


    The interpretation is by Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly

    http://quran-ayat.com/pret/102.htm#a102_1

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