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الموضوع: Some Imams And Prophets Were The Upshot Of Their Fathers Prayers

هذا أحد المواقع الثانوية الخاصة بتبليغ دعوة الإمام المهدي المنتظر ناصر محمد اليماني والتي لا تتضمن أية أقسام خاصة ولا رسائل ولا عضويات وبالتالي لا يمكن المشاركة فيها ولا استرجاع الحسابات المفقودة عبرها، يوجد هنا فقط موسوعة البيانات مع الترجمة لبعضها إلى مختلف اللغات، ولا يتواجد الإمام المهدي إلا في الموقع الرسمي الوحيد منتديات البشرى الإسلامية والنبإ العظيم، وهناك يمكنكم التسجيل والمشاركة والمراسلة الخاصة وأهلاً وسهلاً بكم.

مصدر الموضوع
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    Imam Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani


    24-06-1432AH
    28-05-2011AD
    01:55AM

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    Some Imams And Prophets Were The Upshot Of Their Fathers' Prayers



    In the name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Prayers of peace and forgiveness be upon my grandfather from generations Mohammad, his pure family, and all of those who stand with Allah the One, the Overpowering

    O Abu Bakr, of the righteous forerunner supporters, some Imams, and prophets were the upshot of their fathers' prayers. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    {And those who say, "Our Lord, grant us from among our wives and offspring comfort to our eyes and make us an example for the righteous."}
    Al-Furqan -Chapter:25- Verse:74

    If Allah knew that His servant was asking Him to Grant him an offspring to benefit Islam and Muslims, Allah would Accept his prayers if He Willed and all matters return to Allah (in decision). Like the prophet of Allah Zachariah when he said :
    {“My Lord! Grant me—by your grace—righteous offspring. You are certainly the Hearer of ˹all˺ prayers. (38)
    Al-Imran -Chapter:3 -Verse: 38

    Since Zachariah, Allah's prophet, wanted Allah to Grant him a blessed offspring and make him an Imam (leader/head of the Muslim community) for Muslims and this was for the sake of religion and not for his love for boys and the adornment of the worldly life, but he was of those whom Allah Said about in the clear verses of His Book:
    {And those who say, "Our Lord, grant us from among our wives and offspring comfort to our eyes and make us leaders for the righteous."}
    Al-Furqan -Chapter:25- Verse:74

    That is why you find that Allah Has Granted him a dignified prophet and Made him a leader for the righteous to guide them to the path of their Lord through the insight of the Book (Quran), and this should be the ambition of every Muslim husband and wife so they call upon their Lord to Grant them a righteous progeny by whom they shall benefit Islam and Muslims, and Allah shall Respond to their prayers, Accept their children, and Make within them much good for Islam and Muslims. Look at the prayer of Imran's wife when she was pregnant, she turned to her Lord and said:
    {"My Lord, indeed I have pledged to You what is in my womb, consecrated [for Your service], so accept this from me. Indeed, You are the Hearing, the Knowing."} (35)
    Imran -Chapter:3 -Verse:35
    And Allah Knew what she wanted; a boy to benefit Islam and Muslims through him and she was sure Allah would Accept her prayer since her husband, Imran son of Jacob, had died when she was pregnant; her son 'Aaron' too, so she wanted to keep the progeny of this esteemed house with a boy who is granted to her by Allah to benefit Islam and Muslims.

    But Allah Put her to test and gave her a girl instead, while she was waiting for a boy whom she already has consecrated for Allah in advance when he was still in her womb when her husband died. And when she gave birth she was taken aback by the fact that the baby was a girl and it was hopeless for her to give birth to a boy from the progeny of Imran son of Jacob, she also knows that females do not carry the progeny of their fathers but their husbands, in line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    {And He is the One Who creates human beings from a ˹humble˺ liquid, then establishes for them bonds of kinship and marriage. For your Lord is Most Capable.} Al-Furqan -Chapter:25 -Verse: 54

    That is why Imran's wife said
    :
    {But when she delivered her, she said, "My Lord, I have delivered a female." And Allah is Most Knowing of what I delivered, "And the male is not like the female. And I have named her Maryam, and I seek refuge for her in You and [for] her descendants from Satan, the expelled [from the mercy of Allah ]."
    Al-Imran-Chapter:3-Verse:36

    Look at her good opinion about Allah when she said: {...And Allah
    is Most Knowing of what I delivered,.. } and she means perhaps Allah Has wisdom behind granting her a female child and perhaps there will be goodness within her for Islam and Muslims. Also, her face did not become gloomy (for having a baby girl) and she was not sad but entrusted her affairs to Allah that perhaps He Makes within her offspring righteousness for Islam and Muslims, although she wanted to carry the progeny of Imran son of Jacob in her womb so that the offspring of such blessed family would not cease to continue. But Allah did accept the prayer of Imran's wife with truth; however, He put her to test by granting her a female child, and from the wonders of prayers accepted by the Exalted Lord is that the name of the Messiah is "Eissa Son of Maryam Imran son of Jacob"! And Maryam did not carry the progeny of a husband and no one shared her offspring with her, and Imran's wife had never imagined that Maryam's progeny will be affiliated to Imran. To explain, logically the offspring of Maryam will be affiliated to whoever she is going to marry, that is the husband, so she carries his progeny to be attributed to their father, Maryam's husband. But she does not have a husband and no man has ever touched her in her life, and she said: {She said, "My Lord, how will I have a child when no man has touched me?" [The angel] said, "Such is Allah; He creates what He wills. When He decrees a matter, He only says to it, 'Be,' and it is. (47)
    Al-Imran-Chapter:3-Verse:47

    So the Messiah Eissa son of Maryam, may Allah's prayers of forgiveness and peace be upon them both, was basically created in response to the prayer of Imran's wife as she said:
    {"My Lord, indeed I have pledged to You what is in my womb, consecrated [for Your service], so accept this from me. Indeed, You are the Hearing, the Knowing."} (35)
    Imran -Chapter:3 -Verse:35

    And Allah put her to test by granting her a female child, however, he Created from her daughter a male and Made him a messenger to the children of Israel and a benefit for Islam and Muslims, indeed my Lord is the Hearer of all prayers

    On the other hand, some became Imams for a reason within themselves and not because their fathers consecrated their children for Allah as perhaps their fathers are of the heedless ones or ignorants of the fact that they have the right to consecrate their offsprings to their Lord so that they benefit Islam and Muslims.

    But those chosen by Allah had a reason for this within themselves and were not Chosen because they were dedicated to Allah by their own parents, hence, the child was smarter than his father since he has not followed the religion of his father when his mind could not accept it. And if he was of those who think and search for the truth to follow it, Allah would choose him and guide his heart to embrace the truth, in line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:

    {Allah chooses for Himself whomever He wills, and guides to Himself whoever turns ˹to Him˺.(13)
    Ash-Shura-Chapter:42-Verse:13

    For those chosen by Allah have their hearts guided for a reason within themselves and not within their fathers, like Abraham (PBUH), Allah's messenger, the reason he was Chosen was not because of his father as he was not of those whom Allah said about: {And those who say, "Our Lord, grant us from among our wives and offspring comfort to our eyes and make us leaders for the righteous."}
    Al-Furqan -Chapter:25- Verse:74

    On the contrary, Azar, the father of Abraham PBUH, was among those gone astray from the straight path and who blindly follow their fathers without thinking or pondering. But Abraham who was a man of understanding was not convinced of what he found his father and people worshipping, and he searched for the truth until Allah Chose him, Guided him, and Made him a messenger, and Allah the Exalted Said:
    {And We had certainly given Abraham his sound judgment before, and We were of him well-Knowing (51) When he said to his father and his people, "What are these statues to which you are devoted?" (52) They said, "We found our fathers worshippers of them." (53) He said, "You were certainly, you and your fathers, in manifest error." (54)
    Al-Anbiyaa'-Chapter:21 -Verses: 51-54


    Look at Azar, Abraham's father, who is among those who blindly follow their fathers without sound reasoning, that is why Azar and his people said: {When he said to his father and his people, "What are these statues to which you are devoted?" (52) They said, "We found our fathers worshippers of them." (53)
    Al-Anbiyaa'-Chapter:21 -Verses: 52-53


    But history seems to be repeating itself as many people deviated from the straight path because of blindly following their ancestors claiming that they are the righteous ancestors, as a result, you find out that they have led themselves and their people astray due to not using their minds at all. Verily, I do not criticize the righteous ancestors but the false and fabricated slanders of devils about their ancestors

    But back to the subject, those Chosen by Allah for a reason within themselves are the ones who strived in their search for the true path to their Lord so he Chose them, Accepted them, and Guided them to the path of the Almighty the Praiseworthy. And among people who were Chosen and Guided by Allah for a reason within himself is Allah's prophet, Abraham PBUH. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    {Surely, Ibrahim was an Ummah (a whole community in himself), devoted to Allah, a man of pure faith; and he was not an idolator (120) He showed his gratitude for the favours of Allah, who chose him, and guided him to a Straight Way. (121)
    An-Nahl -Chapter: 16 -Verses: 120-121

    And the question that imposes itself is: was not the reason for Choosing and Guiding Abraham to the straight path within himself? You shall find the answer in the clear verses of the Book and it says: yes the reason was within Abraham when he turned to his Lord to Guide his heart to the truth, in fact, his heart was aching before its guidance as he really wanted to follow the undebatable truth. That is why Abraham, the turning to Allah, said:
    “If my Lord does not guide me, I will certainly be one of the misguided people.”(77)
    Al-An'am-Chapter:6-Verse: 77


    As a result, Allah has Chosen him and Guided his heart to the straight path, then he said:

    Indeed, I have turned my face toward He who created the heavens and the earth, inclining toward truth, and I am not of those who associate others with Allah ." (79)
    Al-An'am-Chapter:6-Verse: 79

    And Allah Guided him because of His true promise in the clear verses of His Book to Guide the hearts of those who are searching for the truth; to the straight path on the condition that their hearts would ache and grieve if they were not following the straight path, like the word of Allah's prophet Abraham:

    “If my Lord does not guide me, I will certainly be one of the misguided people.”(77)
    Al-An'am-Chapter:6-Verse: 77


    And here you shall find Abraham's heart full of ache since he does not want to be of the aberrant ones who blindly follow others, but he truly wants to follow the truth from his Lord and that is why the Truth (Allah) Guided him to righteousness, indeed He is All-Hearing, the Responder. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:

    And those who strive for Us - We will surely guide them to Our ways. And indeed, Allah is with the doers of good. (69)
    Al-Ankabut-Chapter:29-Verse:69

    And I deduce from this that the condition to the Guidance of the heart to the Lord: is turning to Allah to Guide our hearts to the straight path; based on true desire within ourselves to be guided. That is why Allah Said:

    Say, "O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allah . Indeed, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful."(53) And return [in repentance] to your Lord and submit to Him before the punishment comes upon you; then you will not be helped. (54)
    And follow the best of what was revealed to you from your Lord before the torment comes upon you suddenly while you do not perceive, (55) Lest a soul should say, "Oh [how great is] my regret over what I neglected in regard to Allah and that I was among the mockers." (56) Or [lest] it says, "If only Allah had guided me, I would have been among the righteous." (57) Or [lest] it says when it sees the torment, "If only I had another turn so I could be among the doers of good." (58) But yes, there had come to you My verses, but you denied them and were arrogant, and you were among the disbelievers. (59)
    Az-Zumar-Chapter:39-Verses: 53-59

    Notice the words of the man whose heart is still not guided to embrace the truth by Allah, when he meets his Lord:
    {"If only Allah had guided me, I would have been among the righteous." (57), but the question that imposes itself is: what is the clear proof of Allah against the man whose heart was not guided to the truth? The answer is in the clear verses of the Quran in the Word of Allah the Exalted: And return [in repentance] to your Lord and submit to Him before the punishment comes upon you; then you will not be helped. (54)

    To conclude, the condition of the guidance of the heart by Allah is to turn to Allah (in repentance) from within, since Allah Guides him who turns to Him asking to Guide His heart. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    .. Say, ˹O Prophet,˺ “Indeed, Allah leaves to stray whoever He wills, and guides to Himself whoever turns to Him— (27)
    Ar-Ra'd-Chapter:13-Verse:27

    O people of understanding minds, fear Allah! I swear by Allah the Great who there is no deity but Him that no one among men or jinns of understanding learns about this statement of mine except that Allah Guides their hearts to the truth from their Lord, as He does not Guide except people of reason who use their minds to think and ponder upon what is said, and not the people of blind following. And Allah the Exalted Said:
    Then have they not reflected over the Qur'an, or has there come to them that which had not come to their forefathers? (68)
    Chapter: 23 -Verse: 68


    And reflecting over words means to think about the logic of the caller and his power of knowledge by which he argues with people if it is the truth from his Lord or it is not acceptable by mind and reason, because falsehood is never accepted by mind while the truth never contradicts with it (mind). For that reason, you shall find in the Quran that Allah never guides from His servants at all times and everywhere except for people of understanding minds who do not judge the caller (to truth) before listening to his power of knowledge and whether it is logical or not, as if it was the truth from their Lord, their minds would yield and submit to embrace it. Therefore, Allah will not guide from His servants except for those who reason and use their minds, that is why He the Exalted Said:

    {Then do they not reflect upon the Qur'an, or are there locks upon [their] hearts? (24)
    Chapter:47 -Verse:24


    {[This is] a blessed Book which We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], that they might reflect upon its verses and that those of understanding would be
    reminded. (29)
    Chapter:38 -Verse: 29

    {Then have they not reflected over the Qur'an, or has there come to them that which had not come to their forefathers? (68)

    Chapter:23 -Verse: 68

    {And who does more wrong than those who, when reminded of their Lord’s revelations, turn away from
    them(57)
    Chapter:18 -Verse:57

    {And the Messenger has said, "O my Lord, indeed my people have taken this Qur'an as [a thing] abandoned."(30)

    Chapter:25 -Verse:30


    Then, the Awaited Mahdi repeats his oath with truth and it is not the oath of a disbeliever or wicked person but the Awaited Mahdi's oath by Allah, the Most High, the Great, that no one would follow the Awaited Mahdi Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani except for people of understanding if I argued with you for 1 million years. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    {Then is he who knows that what has been revealed to you from your Lord is the truth like one who is blind? They will only be reminded who are people of understanding -(19)
    Chapter:13 -Verse: 19

    So, o people, Allah has never guided any of his servants at every time and place except for people of understanding. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    {So give good news to My servants(17) Who listen to speech and follow the best of it. Those are the ones Allah has guided, and those are people of understanding. (18)
    Chapter:39 -Verses: 17-18, but those who are more astray in their way than cattle, will neglect all of the verses of the Quran as if they have never heard of them and say: "Allah the Exalted Said: {And no one knows its [true] interpretation except Allah. And those firm in knowledge ..} Chapter: 3 -Verse: 7, and sufficient for us is what we have found our righteous ancestors from the followers of the prophet (Mohammad) following, in line with the Word of Allah the Exalted: {Whatever the Messenger gives you, take it. And whatever he forbids you from, leave it. (7)} Chapter:59-Verse:7, so sufficient for us is what we have found our righteous ancestors who took knowledge directly from the prophet; following.

    Then Imam Mahdi replies to them and says: I see that you are saying:
    {Whatever the Messenger gives you, take it. And whatever he forbids you from, leave it. (7)} Chapter:59-Verse:7, Would you tell me who did come with this Great Quran by which Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani is arguing with you? Was not he prophet Muhammad PBUH, the seal of the prophets and messengers? And if you were truly wanting the truth, you would not fabricate lies against Allah by saying that He gave you a ruling that no one knows the interpretation of the Quran except Him, Exalted is He above what you unjustly invent falsehood about Him, as He certainly did not say so, but these are your own false words about Allah

    Perhaps one of those who do not reason would like to interrupt me and say: " O, Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani, did not Allah the Exalted Said:
    {And no one knows its [true] interpretation except Allah. And those firm in knowledge ..} Chapter: 3 -Verse: 7 ? Then Imam Mahdi replies to him and says: "What about Allah's Words in {Allah witnesses that there is no deity except Him,(18)}? Do you see that only Allah knows the interpretation of this verse? Then his reply would be: "No, this verse is a clear verse where Allah witnesses to Himself with the truth that there is no God but Him in the whole universe". Then Imam Mahdi replies to him and says: "Why do you invent falsehood about Allah and claim that He Said nobody knows the interpretation of the Quran except Him, while you know that he means only Al-Mutashabeh* verses of the Quran?!

    Translator's note:
    'Al-Mutashabeh' is an Arabic adjective and its literal meaning is "Similar"; they are words in the Quran that are similar in pronunciation but different in interpretation. The apparent meaning of these verses does not reflect their true meaning which Allah SWT Intends, and you may find them contradicting one of the clear verses of the Quran, which their sole meanings are easily understood by all people. On the other hand, 'Al-Mutashabeh' of verses imply different meanings according to the understanding of each individual reflecting on the Quran, and for that particular reason, Allah has ordered us to follow the clear verses of the Quran and believe in 'Al-Mutashabeh' verses even if we do not know their meaning and not to try to interpret them on our own until Allah Sends an Imam from His servants to teach us their true intended meaning because they are verses that need further clarification. Furthermore, 'Al-Mutashabeh' verses are used by devils who failed to distort the Quran. To explain, they use them to support the false prophetic teachings, which they invented and managed to slip in the Sunnah, using this one word in the 'Mutashabeh' verse and adding it to some fabricated Hadith then claim that it clarifies the Mutashabeh verse to lead people astray. Further examples are mentioned below by Imam Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani. End of note

    And Al-Mutashabeh are only 10% of the Quran while 90% of the words of the Book are clear. And Al-Mutashabeh of the verses are similar in pronunciation, different in their interpretation than the clear verses of the Quran, like in the Word of Allah the Exalted: { so kill anfosakom* that will be better for you with your Lord."} Chapter:2 -Verse: 54
    Translator's note:
    'Anfosakom' is the transliteration of the Arabic pronoun أنفسكم. Its literal meaning is: Yourselves/ one another according to the context, as a translator I chose to transliterate the Arabic pronoun: Anfosakom instead of translating it into its equivalent in the target language so that non-Arabic speakers would not miss enjoying the uncloaking of its intended meaning that is going to differ according to context. Surely, the Great Quran is full of magnificent images and meanings that would lose their beauty and depth if translated, and by applying this method I believe a Non-Arab person would relish the linguistic miracles of the Quran like an Arab does. End of note
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    And this verse is "Mutashabeh" as you will find it contradicting to a verse that is clear to scholars and common people in the Word of Allah the Exalted: {And do not kill anfosakom (yourselves or one another). Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful. (29) And whoever does that in aggression and injustice - then We will drive him into a Fire. And that, for Allah, is [always] easy. (30)} Chapter: 4 -Verses: 29-30

    So look at these two verses, the interpretation of one of them is not logical as how would Allah Order His servants to kill one another and state that it is better for them before the hands of their Creator, sublimely and highly Exalted is He above what they say! Does it make any sense for Allah to Order the Children of Israel to kill themselves and Say: { so kill anfosakom that will be better for you with your Lord."} Chapter:2 -Verse: 54 ??

    How would it be better for them with their Lord to commit what Allah Has Forbidden on them, which is to kill themselves! In the Word of Allah the Exalted: {And do not kill anfosakom (yourselves or one another). Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful. (29) And whoever does that in aggression and injustice - then We will drive him into a Fire. And that, for Allah, is [always] easy. (30)?
    Chapter:4 -Verses: 29-30


    Therefore, there must not be any contradiction in the Book of Allah the Great Quran and one of these two verses must be a 'Mutashabeh' (similar). So logically which one is a clear verse? And your minds shall give you the logically accepted answer which is the Word of Allah the Exalted:

    {And do not kill anfosakom [yourselves or one another]. Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful. (29) And whoever does that in aggression and injustice - then We will drive him into a Fire. And that, for Allah, is [always] easy. (30)?
    Chapter:4 -Verses: 29-30


    Perhaps one of my beloved righteous forerunner supporters would like to say: "O my beloved Imam who guided me to the path of my Lord, will not you tell us about the words of 'Al-tash-aboh' (similarity) in these two verses?". Then Imam Mahdi replies to him and says: "my beloved supporter, the similarity between these two verses is the Word of Allah the Exalted:
    {anfosakom}, and I will enlarge this word in the two verses where Allah the Exalted Said:
    {And do not kill anfosakom [or one another]. Indeed, Allah is to you ever Merciful. (29) And whoever does that in aggression and injustice - then We will drive him into a Fire. And that, for Allah, is [always] easy. (30)?
    Chapter:4 -Verses: 29-30

    As for the Word of Allah the Exalted: {so kill anfosakom that will be better for you with your Lord."} Chapter:2 -Verse: 54, it means to fight one another to defend your religion and land. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted: {(They are) the ones who were expelled from their homes without any just reason, except that they say “Our Lord is Allah.” Had Allah not been repelling some people by some others, the monasteries, the churches, the synagogues and the mosques where Allah’s name is abundantly recited would have been demolished. Allah will definitely help those who help Him (by defending the religion prescribed by Him.) Surely Allah is Powerful, Mighty.} Chapter:22-Verse:40

    Allah Means that they strive in the way of Allah to fight those who achieve corruption in the land and do injustice to people without any right just because they say:
    "Allah is our Lord" so they take vengeance on them, and that is exactly why Allah Has Ordered you to fight and kill the transgressors. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted: {And if We had decreed upon them, "kill anfosakom (one another)" or "Leave your homes," they would not have done it, except for a few of them. But if they had done what they were instructed, it would have been better for them and a firmer position [for them in faith]. (66)And then We would have given them from Us a great reward. (67)And indeed We should have guided them to a Straight Way. (68)And whoever obeys Allah and the Messenger - those will be with the ones upon whom Allah has bestowed favor of the prophets, the steadfast affirmers of truth, the martyrs, and the righteous. And excellent are those as companions. (69)Such is the Bounty from Allah, and Allah is Sufficient as All-Knower. (70)
    Chapter: 4 -Verses: 67-70

    However, the thing that deluded you in the verse is the Word of Allah the Exalted: {anfosakom (yourselves/ one another)}, that is why I have given you a ruling that in this particular situation He means: one another, like in the Word of Allah the Exalted: {However, when you enter houses, greet anfosakom (one another) with a greeting ˹of peace˺ from Allah, blessed and good. This is how Allah makes His revelations clear to you, so perhaps you will understand.} Chapter: 24 -Verses:61, and the intended meaning is: greet one another. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted:{, There is not upon the blind [any] constraint nor upon the lame constraint nor upon the ill constraint nor upon yourselves when you eat from your [own] houses or the houses of your fathers or the houses of your mothers or the houses of your brothers or the houses of your sisters or the houses of your father's brothers or the houses of your father's sisters or the houses of your mother's brothers or the houses of your mother's sisters or [from houses] whose keys you possess or [from the house] of your friend. There is no blame upon you whether you eat together or separately. But when you enter houses, give greetings of peace upon anfosakom (one another) - a greeting from Allah, blessed and good. Thus does Allah make clear to you the verses [of ordinance] that you may understand. (61)
    Chapter:24 -Verse: 61

    So, it has been clear to you that Allah Means in His Word:
    {But when you enter houses, give greetings of peace upon anfosakom (one another) - a greeting from Allah, blessed and good. (61)} Chapter: 24, to give greetings of peace upon one another, and that is the Islamic greeting between believers and one another. In line with the Word of Allah the Exalted: {And when you are greeted with a greeting, greet [in return] with one better than it or [at least] return it [in a like manner]. Indeed, Allah is ever, over all things, an Accountant.(86)} Chapter 4.

    And the good greeting from Allah is saying when you enter the houses of one another: "May Allah's peace and mercy be upon you." While the Word of Allah:
    {greet [in return] with one better} is when you reply: "May Allah's peace, mercy and blessings be upon you", or the least you could do is to return the greeting when someone says: "peace be upon you", you reply: "may peace be upon you" if you did not greet him with one better than what he greeted you with. But when a person greets you by: "May Allah's peace and mercy be upon you" you should greet him in a better greeting but if you could not then the least to do is to repeat it as it is: "May Allah's peace and mercy be upon you". Surely, it is unethical of you to reply with a shorter greeting and say: "Peace be upon you" if a person greeted you by: "May Allah's peace and mercy be upon you". This is because if he heard you saying: "Peace be upon you" he might walk away from your door front thinking that he is not welcome to enter your house because he greeted you and said: "May Allah's peace and mercy be upon you" while you did not repeat his greeting to him but you replied with a shorter one. And this is going to make your visiting brother have an (unpleasant) implication within himself and he would not want to visit you anymore. But when he listens to you replying to his greeting with a better one saying: "May Allah's peace, mercy, and blessings be upon you", he would be comfortable and feel welcomed since you were happy because he visited.

    Anyway, this was not our primary subject but I shifted to the clarification of greetings as something related to it was mentioned; from which I extracted
    that sometimes {anfosakom}
    means from among your kind (human), like the Word of Allah the Exalted: {There has certainly come to you a Messenger from among anfosakom. Grievous to him is what you suffer; [he is] concerned over you and to the believers is kind and merciful.(128)} Chapter:9
    And Allah Means in His Word:
    {from among anfosakom} a human like you.

    O my beloved ones, Imam Mahdi is certainly capable of keeping his statements about the Reminder (Quran) short, but I make each statement a scientific encyclopedia so that my supporters shall quote their replies to questioners from the statements. And tiredness and hardship are only experienced by the writer as reading is much easier than writing,so wear yourselves out by reading the true clarification of the Great Quran so that Allah increases you in knowledge,and be of the thankful ones

    Peace be upon the messengers and praise to Allah Lord of the worlds... Your brother; Imam Mahdi Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani

    Translated by: Deena ADEL

  2. Prophets are Infallible in regards to the Injustice of Associating Partners with Allah; not in regards to the Injustice of Sinning

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    Prophets are Infallible in regards to the Injustice of Associating Partners with Allah; not in regards to the Injustice of Sinning


    In the name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Peace be upon the messengers and all praise is [due] to Allah Lord of the worlds. Allah the Exalted Said:
    {And [he was told], "Throw down your staff." But when he saw it writhing as if it were a jinn, he turned in flight and did not return. [ Allah said], "O Moses, fear not. Indeed, in My presence, the messengers do not fear. (10) "Except him who has done wrong and afterward has changed evil for good, then surely, I am Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. (11)} Chapter:27 -Verses:10-11

    My esteemed brother, Allah means in this verse the injustice of sinning, that is why He Said: {"Except him who has done wrong and afterwards has changed evil for good, then surely, I am Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. (11)} Chapter:27

    Observe the Word of Allah the Exalted: {..and afterwards has changed evil for good, then surely, I am Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. (11)}, and messengers must not fall into the injustice of associating partners with Allah after Allah Chooses them; however, they might fall into the injustice of sinning and I had previously detailed this in a statement as a reply to one of the Shiites who believe in the (Ismah) ultimate infallibility of prophets, and I have denied this matter with the truth and have given you clear power of knowledge and proofs that prophets are infallible in regards to associating partners with Allah and not in regards to sinning. For that reason, I hope that you, or any other supporter of mine, bring this statement in which I have given a detailed ruling about that matter, and put a copy of it here

    Peace be upon the messengers and praise to Allah Lord of the worlds... Your brother; Imam Mahdi Nasser Mohammed Al-Yamani


    Translated by: Deena ADEL

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