Hezbollah chief and former Iraqi PM met in Lebanon

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah and Iraq’s Vice President Nouri al-Maliki met recently in Beirut and reportedly expressed their confidence in a statement ( issued by hezbollah ) that the people and governments of the region would defeat the terrorist Islamic State group.

Such groups and “their destructive plans don’t have a future in any country in the region,” the statement said

The statement added that Nasrallah and al-Maliki agreed on the needed measures to confront terrorism and “the importance of cooperation to confront sectarian strife and Takfiri movements.”

Al-Maliki, who is the  former  Iraqi prime minister, arrived in Beirut on Saturday.

Asked about the fight against the IS in Iraq, al-Maliki said he is “very optimistic” that Iraq will be the group’s “graveyard.”

According to observers who are closely familiar with Maliki , the real purpose behind his visit is the financing of the Shiite militias in Syria which are helping the Syrian regime of president Bashar al Assad against the mostly Sunni rebels who are trying to topple his regime.

According to the observers, Iran is experiencing serious financial difficulties and Iraq is trying to help out by picking up the tab for the Shiite militia.

According to a recent report Iran has been aiding the Syrian regime in its fight against the rebels . Iranian aid to Damascus may total as much as $10 billion, said Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran expert and senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

“Assad would not be financially solvent today without Iranian aid,” he said.

Tens of thousands of Hezbollah fighters are among the Shiite militias that helping the Assad regime in Syria

 

  • nagy_michael2

    take fake and failed leaders. only loosers get to meet and arrogant bastards.

    • guest

      Brother, by the look of Nastyshit it seems he reprimanded malikishit for f-in things up for him and his Master Shits in Shitan !!!

      Bet poor malikishit was Shit *ss *aped later so he can wash off his sins and gain few deeds back so when he dies he will be sinless and could go straight to their Shit Hell without any issues n meet up other great f-in Shits !!!

    • 5thDrawer

      Gee … didn’t they offer 7 million to Lebanon? ;-))))
      Wasn’t that for the Displaced Syrians too? 😉

  • zabada

    How Syiah distorted Islam religion..I tell you how Syiah ulema cheating all Syiits…When the prophet muhammad said..when you see black flag from Khurasan..join them..( this Khurasan black flag will join previous struggle in middle east (previous black flag)in other Hadis the prophet said AlMahdi will appear in Iraq,people will acknowledge him in a mosque,in Iraq…otherwise Syiah ulemas said.. to prolong their political gains and to defeat muslims..They said Ali had said..when you see black flag..don,t move your hand and feet..(not to join them)..That is what Syiah ulemas have done.So Syiah ulema know the prophecy and they try to prevent muslims to win over Jews Zionist by prevent muslims to join that black flag ..I do believe it is also Jews influence on Syiah religion,Syiah-Abdullah Ibnu saba teaching..one of syiah teacher,is a Jew..Syiah is not only a political religion,rebel faith at the past and bad cultures and bad moral that mixed badly on Syiah religion,it is also Jews, who corrupted Syiah believe..Wise ofJews also know the prophecy a bout black flag by The prophet muhammad pbuh.So they tell Syiah ulemas not to join black flag..in order to survive and prolong their weird Zionist movement and win over muslims..of course Syiah praises Ali better than the prophet..so they said Ali who said not to join black flag..and there are no such claim by Ali in sunni books..That is their way,the Syiah..how bad they are.

    • wargame1

      Which hadis says Al-Mahdi will appear in Iraq? You have been telling this nonsense but you cant provide the hadis?

    • wargame1

      The true black flag will come from Afghanistan. So this current Black flag is a fake one run by the Khawarij.

    • wargame1

      Which hadis says that the Black flag of Khorashan will join the Khawarij Black flag of Iraq?

    • wargame1

      There is NO hadis which claim that Al-Mahdi will appear in Iraq. BUT there is a hadis which says that An army from Iraq and from Syria will go to Mecca to attack Al-Mahdi. Al-Mahdi will be a people of Medina NOT from Iraq.

    • wargame1

      The hadis about black flag where Ali narrated “..when you see black flag..don,t move your hand and feet..(not to join them)..” are coming from a hadis book from a renowned sunni scholar of the past. You are a liar. This black flag is the Khawarij party coming from Iraq. Khorashan is in Afghanistan NOT in Iraq

    • wargame1

      Abu Hurairah says that the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) said: “(Armies carrying) black flags will come from Khorasan . No power will be able to stop them and they will finally reach إيلياء Eelya (Jerusalem) where they will erect their flags”. (Tirmizi)

      Khorashan is in Afghanistan NOT iraq.

    • wargame1

      Amr Bin Marra Al-Jamli said that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said: ” ‘Surely, Black Flags will appear from the Khorasan until a group (of them) will tie their horse leashes to the Olive Trees between Beit-Lahia (in Gaza district, Palestine) and Harasta (near Damascus, Syria).’ We asked: ‘Are there any Olive trees between these places?’ He said, ‘If there isn’t any, then, soon (Olive trees) will grow so that those people (of Khorasan) will come and tie their horses there’.” (Nuaim Ibn Hammad’s Kitab Al-Fitan p. 215)

      AGAIN the true Black flag will come from Khorashan NOT from Iraq. The Iraqi Black flag of Banul Abbas will come first and Allah will destroy them .

    • wargame1

      Buraida said that Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) said: “After me, there will be many expeditions (armies). You should be in (or with) the expeditions (armies) of (coming from)Khorasan.” ( Jalal-uddine AsSuyuti’s Al-Urf Al-Wardi fi Akhbar Al-Mahdi, a part of Al-Hawi li Al-Fatawa)

      The current Black flag of Iraq are the party of Khawarij the Dogs of the hell fire

    • wargame1

      SEE THE DIFFERENCE OF TWO BLACK FLAG

      Muhammad bin Al-Hanafia, said: ” A black banner (army battalion) of Bani Al-Abbas will come out . Then, another black banner (army battalion) will come from Khorasan. Their turbans are black and their clothes are white. At their front end will be a man named Shuayb bin Salih, from Tamim (tribe) . They will defeat the supporters of the Sufyani (and proceed further) until he (Shuayb bin Salih) arrives to Jerusalem (where) he will lay the foundation for the Mahdi’s (future) dominion. He will be supplied with three hundred (men) from AshSham (Syria). From the time, he comes out (from Khorasan) until he hands over the matter (rule) to the Mahdi, there will be seventy two months (six years).” (Nuaim Ibn Hammad’sKitab Al-Fitan)

      “Their turbans are black and their clothes are white” this is one of their sign now look at those Khawarij they were all black cloths like vultures

    • wargame1

      Saeed (or Sayyid) bin Al-Musayyab reported: “Black Banners will come from the East from the descendants of Al-Abbas. They will remain for whatsoever Allah wishes. Then, small Black Banners from the East will come to fight a man from the descendants of Abu Sufyan . They will give their allegiance to the Mahdi.” (Nuaim bin Hammad’s book Kitab Al-Fitan)

      ————
      The Black flag of Banul Abbas will NOT give their allegiance to the Mahdi.

    • wargame1

      THE BLACKFLAG OF BANUL ABBAS WILL BE DIVIDED IN TO THREE AND FIGHT AGAINST EACH OTHER AND DIE
      Al-Walid bin Muslim narrated based on an old man: “If the black banners split into 3 groups: a group calling for the progeny of Fatima (to rule the Muslims), a group calling for the progeny of the Abbas, and a group calling for (the kingship to be) for themselves…” (Nuaim bin Hammad’s book Kitab Al-Fitan)

    • wargame1

      Ali bin Abi Taleb (r.a.) said: “When the black banners differ among each other, a town/city of the towns/cities of Iram and the western side of its Mosque collapses. Then, in AshSham, three banners (armies) come out for each of the As’Hab (reddish white man), Abqa’, and Sufyani. The Sufyani comes from AshSham and the Abqa’ from Egypt. The Sufyani will defeat them.” (Nuaim bin Hammad’s Kitab Al-Fitan)

      THE BLACK FLAG FROM KHORASHAN IS NOT THERE BUT THE KHAWARIJ BLACK FLAG IS OUT THERE

      • zabada

        It is the second black flag from Khurasan,These armies will join previous struggle in middle east..to defeat Israel and the west..this struggle lead by arab,,almahdi also and and Arab..and it is there many black flag in middle east,,,so khurasan armies will join them..you see two black flag now joined and ally them selves to isis..if khurasan upcoming armies came to fight Zionist,which one flag they will join?You think they will join the flag of Saudi kings?.You guess it is easy to defeta Isis..even America politician said..not easy to defeta Isis..and I said Isis can,t be defeat ..because it is sunni struggle ..who make 90% of all muslims..many will host them..even now..many people hates Zionist,even in the west..so many people sided them in future..since they are sharing the haterd to Zionist,America and U.K…that why isis may be decline for some times but its will rise again in future..there are no such big force by black flag in middle east that lead by an arab,,except Isis..so which one khurasan black flag armies will tie their horses on?.

        • wargame1

          Back up your claim with hadis you lair. Show us the hadis where it says that Black flag will join with the Iraqi Black flag. THERE IS NO SUCH NARRATION. I am not interested in probability and speculation. Bring the hadis and back up your claim. No Sunnis support ISIS. There are not a sunni Scholar came forward to support these Dogs.

    • wargame1

      Abi Ja’far said: “A young man from Bani Hashem (Prophet Mohammad’s صلى الله عليه وسلم family clan) with a mark in the palm of his right hand comes out from Khorasan with black banners. Between his hands (meaning assisting him) will be Shuayb bin Salih. He fights the followers of the Sufyani and defeats them.” (Nuaim bin Hammad’s Kitab Al-Fitan)

    • wargame1

      NOW back up your claim from the hadis. which hadis says that Al-Mahdi will appear in Iraq in a mosque? You have no proof so far and still attributing this lie on the prophet as he supposedly said it. Bring it on because when you make such claim then it is your duty to bring reference and face the curse from Allah for being a liar

      • zabada

        if you shoot me with missile i will not dare to lie on the prophet.It is Syiah ulemas who dare to lie on religion and the prophet..I convince you.ulemas of syiah at the past is nothing to do with Islam..they deluding many thing in Syiah..ask Allah in your prayer if you don,t believe…good muslims place Allah before all things.

        • wargame1

          I am not talking about the Shia ulema here. Kanz al-Ummal and the author Muttaqi is a sunni scholar. I asked toy tp produce the hadis where you claim Al-Mahdi will appear in a mosque in Iraq and attributed as a saying of the prophet. Now bring it on if you are not a Liar

          • zabada

            lso Ibn Hajar quoted Abu al-Husayn al-Ajiri saying:

            The traditions of al-Mustafa (S) on the rising of al-Mahdi has been transmitted via numerous authorities and is more than the level of (being sufficient for) Mutawatir, describing that he is of his Ahlul-Bayt, and will fill the earth with justice, and that Jesus (as) will come at the same time and he will assist Jesus for killing al-Dajjal in the land of Palestine, and that he will lead this nation and Jesus will pray behind him.

            Sunni reference:

            • Abu al-Husayn al-Ajiri as quoted in al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar, Ch. 11, section 1, p254

            So if al-Mahdi and Jesus are to be the same person as some ignorants claim, then how can one prays behind himself?! Moreover this shows that Imam al-Mahdi and Jesus (the Messiah) will come at the same time so that they could pray the morning prayer together in Jerusalem.

            In fact, the equivalent word of “Messiah”in Arabic is “al-Maseeh”which means “Wiped Clean; Purified”. This word has been used in Qur’an as the title of Prophet Jesus (as). As such, the “Messiah”is the Prophet Jesus (as) and not the Imam al-Mahdi (as).

            However, the word “Messiah”in English has another meaning, that is “savior”. As a result, there have been some English translators who used the word “Messiah”for Imam al-Mahdi (as) with the meaning of “Savior”which does NOT have anything to do with Arabic word “al-Maseeh”.

            I should point out that, there exists a fabricated tradition which is mainly used by Ahmadis and Qadianis to prove that al-Mahdi and Jesus are the same. The tradition states: “And no Mahdi except Jesus.”

            This tradition has been rated by al-Hakim as unknown and strange and he said there are discrepancy in its chain of authorities. al-Bayhaqi said Muhammad Ibn Khalid said this tradition is single (Mufrad). al-Nisa’i has mentioned that this tradition is unfamiliar and is denied, and that the memorizers of traditions confirm that the traditions which state that al-Mahdi is the descendants of Fatimah are authentic and reliable. (See al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, Ch. 11, section 1, p252 for details).

            Prophet Jesus is not the Imam of Muslims, and when he comes back, he will be the follower of the Imam of Muslims who is known as Imam al-Mahdi (as).

            In Sahih al-Bukhari, it is narrated that:

            The Prophet (S) said: “What would be your situation if the Son of Marry (i.e. Jesus) descends upon you and your Imam is among you?”

            Sunni reference:

            • Sahih al-Bukhari, Arabic-English, v4, Tradition #658

            NOTE: The above is my own translation. The Saudi-paid translator of Sahih al-Bukhari (Muhammad Muhsin Khan) has shown pure dishonesty in translating the above tradition. His translation of the last portion of the tradition does not bear any similarity what so ever with the Arabic text of the tradition which is as follows:

            كيف أنتم إذا نزل اْبنُ مريم فيكم و إمامكم منكم؟

            Now let us look at the false translation of Mr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan:

            Sahih Bukhari Hadith: 4.658

            Narrated Abu Huraira:

            Allah’s Apostle said “How will you be when the son of Mary (i.e. Jesus) descends amongst you and he will judge people by the Law of the Qur’an and not by the law of Gospel.

            Mr. Muhsin Khan has trimmed the last part of the tradition which states that the Imam of Muslims (i.e., Imam al-Mahdi) is among Muslims when the son of marry descends. Instead, the translator has added another sentence which does not exists in the Arabic text. I should mention that this is not the only place that he has altered the text, and there are much more examples in this regard which proves his bias and his dishonesty.

            Al-Hafidh Muhammad Ibn ‘Ali al-Shawkani (d. 1250/1834) wrote in a book called “al-Tawdhih fi twawatur ma jaa’a fil muntadar wad-djjal wal masih”(the explanation about the frequent reports concerning the Awaited one, the Dajjal, and the messiah) in which he wrote about Imam al-Mahdi (as) that: “The traditions about al-Mahdi have been related by numerous authorities and are therefor reliable beyond doubt or confusion, because in jurisprudence the qualification of Mutawatir is valid even for (traditions) with less than this number of narrations.

            There are also many sayings of the companions (of the Prophet) which explicitly mention the Mahdi, which have the status of narrations from the Prophet since there is no question of establishing such saying through Ijtihad (one’s opinion and research)”. The author gives the same opinion in his other book “al-Fat’h al-Rabbani”. (In this connection see also Mawsu’atil Imam al-Mahdi, v1, pp 391-392,413-414,434, and also Tuhfatul Ahwadhi, v6, p485).

            The author of the book, “Ghayah al-Ma’amool,”mentioned that: “It is a famous narration among the Scholars of the past and the present that there has to appear a man from the family of the Prophet (S) named al-Mahdi. In addition, the traditions about the Mahdi have been narrated by the most renowned companions of the Prophet (S), as well as by the most renowned scholars such as Abu Dawud, al-Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah, al-Tabarani, Abu Ya’ala, al-Bazzar, Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, and al-Hakim (May Allah be pleased with them all); furthermore, those who claim that the traditions narrated with regard to the appearance of the Mahdi are weak, are themselves in error.”

            Al-Saban in his book, “Is’af al-Raghibeen,”mentioned that: “The news about the appearance of the Mahdi are traceable back to the Prophet (S), and that he is one of the members of the family of the Prophet (S); and that he will fill the Earth with justice.”

            Al-Suwaydi in his book, “Saba’iq al-Dhahab,”reported that: “The scholars have a consensus that the Mahdi (as) will appear at the end of time and fill the Earth with justice; and the traditions supporting his appearance are indeed numerous.”

            al-Hafidh Abul-Hasan Muhammad Ibn al-Husayn al-Sijistani al-Aburi al-Shafi’i (d. 363/974) said: “The traditions were related by numerous authorities and were spread far and wide by many narrators, from al-Mustafa (S) concerning al-Mahdi who is from the household (of the Prophet) and who will fill the world with justice..”

            This statement was accepted by the subsequent scholars as testified by Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani (See Tahdhib al-Tahdhib, v9, p144; Fat’h al-Bari, v7, p305), al-Qurtubi (al-Tathkirah, p617), al-Suyuti (al-Hawi, v2, pp 165-166), al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (al-Burhan fi Alamat Mahdi Akhir al-Zaman, pp 175-176), Ibn Hajar al-Haythami (al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, Ch. 11, section 1, p249), al-Zurqani (Sharh al-Mawahib al-Ladunniyyah, v5, p348), al-Sakhawi (Fat’h al-Mugheeth, v3, p41), etc.

            The best formulation of the belief of all Muslims about al-Mahdi (as) has been given by a person who himself did not believe in his coming and who denied the validity of the traditions concerning this matter. He was Ibn Khaldoon (d. 808/1406), a famous historian, in whose book, “al-Muqaddamah,”wrote:

            “Let it be known that it is a narrated event by ALL Muslims in EVERY era that at the end of time a man from the family of the Prophet (S) will, without fail, make his appearance and will strengthen Islam and spread justice; Muslims will follow him and he will gain domination over the Muslim realm. He will be called al-Mahdi.”(An Introduction to History, by Ibn Khaldoon, English version, London, 1967 Edition, pp 257-258)

            The above quote proves that even Ibn Khaldoon was in the opinion that the belief in Imam al-Mahdi was not a characteristic of a special sect of Islam, but was a common belief to ALL Muslims.

            Sunni scholars openly criticized those elements (like Ibn Khaldoon) who tried to cast doubt the traditions about al-Mahdi (as), and have strongly asserted that the belief in Mahdi is well-established for ALL Muslims. See for instance: “Awnul Ma’bud”(which is the commentary of Sunan Abu Dawud), by al-Azimabadi, v11, pp 361-362, Tuhfatul Ahwadhi (which is the commentary of Sahih al-Tirmidhi), by al-Mubarakfuri, v6, p484, al-Tajul Jami’ lil Usul, by Shaikh Mansoor ‘Ali Nasif, v5, p341.

            Shaikh Ahmad Muhammad Shakir (d. 1377/1958), one of the greatest contemporary scholar of Hadith and Tafsir, whose major work was his commentary on Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal (for a biography of Ahmad Shakir, see al-Aalam, v1, p253; Mu’jam al-Mu’allifeen, v13, p368) wrote in his commentary: “Belief in al-Mahdi is not particular to the Shi’a because it is from the narration of many companions of the Prophet in such way that NO one can cast doubt the truth (of this belief).”After this, he proceeds to a strong refutation of Ibn Khaldoon’s weakening the traditions regarding al-Mahdi. (see Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal with commentary of Ahmad Muhammad Shakir, Pub. by Dar al-Ma’arif, Egypt, v5, pp 196-198, v14, p288).

            Al-Sayid Sabiq, the Mufti for the “Muslim Brotherhood,”in his book, “al- ‘Aqa’id al-Islamiyyah,”that: “The idea about the Mahdi is indeed valid, and is one of the Islamic tenets that one must believe in.”Mr. Sabiq also narrated a variety of traditions relating to the appearance of al-Mahdi (as) in the above book.

            The recent Fatwa in this issue was given in Mecca by “The Muslim World League”(Rabitatul ‘Alamil Islami) on Oct. 11, 1976 (23 Shawwal 1396). This Fatwa states that more than twenty companions narrated traditions concerning al-Mahdi, and gives a list of those scholars of Hadith who have transmitted these narrations, and those who have written books on al-Mahdi. The Fatwa states:

            “The memorizers (Huffadh) and scholars of Hadith have verified that there are authentic (Sahih) and acceptable (Hasan) reports among the traditions related to al-Mahdi. The majority of these traditions are related through numerous authorities (Mutawatir). There is no doubt that the status of those reports are Sahih and Mutawatir. (They have also verified) that the belief in Mahdi is obligatory, and that it is one of the beliefs of Ahlussunnah wal Jama’a. Only those ignorant of the Sunnah and innovators in doctrine deny it.

            For the transcription and reproduction of this Fatwa, see, among others, the Introduction of al-Ganji al-Shafi’i, in the book named “al-Bayan,”Beirut, 1399/1979, pp 76-79 and in Appendix.

            Two Shafi’i scholars, Ganji in his book “al-Bayan”, and Shablanji in his book “Noor al-Absar”, on the verse 48:28 of Qur’an: “He is the One who sent his Messenger (Muhammad) with the guidance and the true religion that in order to prevail over all the religions”narrated from Sa’id Ibn Jubair that “this promise to Prophet Muhammad will be fulfilled by al-Mahdi who is in the progeny of Fatimah (sa).”

            Even Ibn Taymiyyah (d. 728/1328), who is acclaimed by the Wahhabis, wrote in his book “Minhaj al-Sunnah”(v4, pp 211-212) that the traditions concerning the Mahdi are certainly reliable, and his student, al-Dhahabi, conformed with him in his summary of his teacher’s book. (See Mukhtasar Minhaj al-Sunnah, pp 533-534).

            Among the Shi’a scholars, I would like to mention the masterpiece of Lutfullah al-Safi al-Golpaygani, who compiled an encyclopedia named “Muntakhab al-Athar”. In this book, there is a comprehensive narration of the traditions regarding to the appearance of Imam al-Mahdi (as) and the description of the world before and after his appearance. He has used over 60 Sunni sources, including their six major book of Hadith; and over 90 Shi’ite sources to illuminate the fact that al-Mahdi is not a fabricated event.

            As far as we have been able to discover, at least 35 prominent Sunni scholars have written 46 of books exclusively about Imam al-Mahdi (as), the leader of our time. Here are some of the name of some of these books:

            (1) “Kitab al-Mahdi,”by Abu Dawud.
            (2)”Alamat al-Mahdi,”by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti.
            (3)”al-Qawl al-Mukhtasar fi Alamat al-Mahdi al-Muntadhar,”by Ibn Hajar.

            (4)”Al-Bayan fi Akhbar Sahib al-Zaman,”by Allamah Abu Abdillah Ibn Muhammad Yusuf al-Ganji al-Shafi’i.
            (5)”Iqd al-Durar fi Akbar al-Imam al-Muntadhar,”by Shaikh Jamaluddin Yusuf al-Damishqi.
            (6)”Mahdi Aale Rasool,”by ‘Ali Ibn Sultan Muhammad al-Harawi al-Hanafi.
            (7)”Manaqib al-Mahdi,”by al-Hafidh Abu Nu’aym al-Isbahani.
            (8)”Al-Burhan fi Alamat al-Mahdi Akhir al-Zaman,”by al-Muttaqi al-Hindi.
            (9)”Arba’in Hadith fi al-Mahdi,”by Abdul Ala al-Hamadani.
            (10)”Akhbar al-Mahdi,”by al-Hafidh Abu Nu’aym.

            In conclusion, the belief in the coming Mahdi (as) who is a person other than Jesus (as), is an undeniable fact for the Sunnis. As we discussed above, the Sunni scholars affirm that belief in “Mahdi of the House of the Prophet”is one of the Islamic tenets for “Ahlussunnah wal Jama’a”. In the next part, however, we will discuss the points of differences between the Shi’a and most Sunnis on the issue of Imam al-Mahdi.

          • wargame1

            Just post the hadis where you claim Al-Mahdi will appear in a Mosque in Iraq and The black flag of Iraq will supposedly join the black flag of Khorashan. Cut the crap and get to the point.

    • wargame1

      A CLEAR PROPHESY FROM THE SUNNI HADIS BOOK ABOUT DAESH THE PROPHESY MIMICKING KHAWARIJ
      Ali b. Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him) said,”If you see the black flags, then remain on the ground and do not move a hand or a leg! (Means do not join them) A group of Insignificant people will then appear … their hearts are like iron. They are the owners of the dawla (state). They fulfill neither a contract nor a covenant. They call to the truth, but they are not its people. Their names are a kunya (i.e. Abu so-and-so) and their lineage (surnames) are a town. Their hair is unwinding, like the hair of women. (They will remain) until they differ in it between themselves; then Allah will give the right to whomever He desires.”(Kanz al-Ummal)
      { إذا رأيتم الرايات السود فالزموا الأرض ولا تحركوا أيديكم ولا أرجلكم! ثم يظهر قوم ضعفاء لا يوبه لهم، قلوبهم كزبر الحديد، هم أصحاب الدولة، لا يفون بعهد ولا ميثاق، يدعون إلى الحق وليسوا من أهله، أسماؤهم الكنى ونسبتهم القرى، وشعورهم مرخاة كشعور النساء حتى يختلفوا فيما بينهم ثم يؤتي الله الحق من يشاء } (نعيم)
      Let us see the reality of today
      “They are the owners of the state (dawla)” : Dawla Iraq and Sham (ISIS)
      “They fulfill neither a contract nor a covenant” : We have seen the Satanic attitude of Daesh
      “Their names are a kunya” : Abu albara’, Abu musab, Abu dajanah
      “Their lineage (surnames) are a town” : Al-Bagdadi, Al-Britani, Al-Amriki, Al-Australi, Al-Almani(Germany), Al-Zawaheri, Al-Zarqawi (Very clear)
      Their hair is unwinding, like the hair of women (Very true)
      “They differ in it between themselves” : Thats going to happen according to the other prophesy. They will violently turn against each other when they will be divided in to Three Groups.
      and most important description : “They call to the truth, but they are not its people”

      • zabada

        This an example how Syiah divided mulims badly.It is not in any books in sunni side that Ali Abu Talib said this.Syiah fabricate this all.Otherwise Ali curse who are using turban and cloaks,deluding people to their side (Syiah).See his speech in books.As I said likely to Christian Syiah corrupted too many stories,make up many forged Hadith.That why I said,they are not islam,likely Christain they are not followers of Isa pbuh teaching.Christian also forged too many verses in Bible.

        • Maborlz Ez-Hari

          Do you know what your name means in Arabic? I’ll give you a hint. ……….I want d#@k

          • zabada

            zahaba..means..he go.

          • Maborlz Ez-Hari

            Well then can you politely zahaba from hena.

        • wargame1

          This hadis is coming from a well known sunni scholar. Ali is not cursing turban and cloaks but he is telling the signs of these Khawarij. In the middle east all people wear turban and cloak , you can find Alawites ,Druze, Christians , Muslims , Yajidis , Kurds etc with Turban and cloak. The hadis is sahih as we see the reality just as the hadis described. Ali is not telling things from his own. None of the companion of the prophet made up their own hadis. When you see that Ali said it or others said it , that means the origin of the narration is from the prophet

          • zabada

            turban and cloak is allowe.d..but can,t use its to claim politic..to deluding people.

          • wargame1

            deluded is you shit eating sufi

        • wargame1

          Khabush sufis like you make Islam dirty by making suspicion on the sunni scholar

    • wargame1

      Kanz al-Ummal was compiled by a great sunni scholar in the past and we read the hadis of Ali ibn Abu talib from his collection. Now why do you call it a Shia ulema you liar? Ali Ibn Abu Talib was not a shia and this great scholar Muttaqi was also not a shia

    • wargame1

      NOW LEARN ABOUT Kanz al-Ummal
      Ali al-Muttaqi ‘s major work is Kanz al-‘Ummal regarding which his teacher Abu al-Hasan al-Bakrī al-Ṣiddiqī says : “ Al-Suyūṭī has done a great favor upon the entire world by writing al-Jāmi‘ al-Saghīr and ‘Ali al-Muttaqī has done a great service to al-Suyūṭī by compiling and arranging his work of al-Jāmi‘ al-Saghīr“.

    • wargame1

      A GREAT SUNNI SCHOLAR FROM INDIA

      Al-Muttaqi was born 888 AH, CE 1472 in Burhanpur which is a town situated in modern day Southern Madhya Pardesh on the banks of the river Tapti, India.‘Ali al-Muttaqi travelled to Makkah and stayed in the company of Abu al-Ḥasan al-Bakri al-Ṣiddiqi, Ali al-Muttaqi also studied with the famous scholar of hadith Shaykh Shihāb al-Dīn Aḥmad bin Hajar al-Makki. The eminent Ahl-i Hadith religious scholar Siddiq Hasan Khan of Bhopal says regarding Shaykh ‘Ali al-Muttaqi: “I have read and studied the works of Shaykh ‘Ali al-Muttaqi, his works are very beneficial and informative and complete.”
      Shaykh ‘Ali al-Muttaqi died in Makkah ((1567 CE/975 AH). He was buried in the Mu’alla graveyard. Shaikh Ali Muttaqi was the follower of Shaikh Muse.

      So you moron are telling this guy a shia ulema? Asshole you read about the background of these great scholar and dont make takfir upon them like those Khawarij

    • wargame1

      Ala al-Din Ali ibn Abd-al-Malik Husam al-Din al-Muttaqi al-Hindi from India died 1567 CE/975 AH) was a Sunni Muslim Islamic scholar who is known for writing Kanz al-Ummal

    • wargame1

      Kanz al-Ummal fi Sunan wal Aqwal wal Afwal, is the largest available unique collection of Ahadith/Athar by the Hanafi Imam: Ali ibn Husamud-Din al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, who died in the year 975 AH. It contains more than 46,000 narrations composed from many individual earlier collections. It is in essence a continuation of Imam al-Suyuti’s Hadith collections, Jami al-Saghir, its Zawa’id and Jami al-Kabir (Jam al-Jawami). The Kanz was printed more than 100 years ago in Hyderabad, India.

      • zabada

        Syiah books looked like bible..some verses are true some are false.Too many added material on their religion.Canmt be trusted at all..we can,t say catholic is islam if they are chanting Allah without following its teaching and fit to the prohet teaching.They can,t created their own doctrine and mixed it in religion..by that they will turn to nonmuslims..

        • wargame1

          Kanz al-Ummal is not a shia book you asshole

    • wargame1

      I am not interested to know about how shia distorted Islam. Its well known and we have seen the proof time to time. Watch those videos of the Guest and his comment. Dont jump and change topic like a monkey. Simply bring the hadis where it supposedly says that Al-Mahdi will appear in a Mosque in Iraq. If you cant produce that hadis then you are a liar and making up some rubbish and then calling it a hadis. You can see that if I claim anything I always back it up with the hadis. And all the hadis I bring are coming from the well known sunnis source, Be it weak or Strong. Look what you do , you are writing some future events but you cant back it up from the source. So post the hadis and back up your claim

      • zabada

        I don,t like your bad word…you rude language show you damage brain.It waste my time to talk to people like you.You need read more books.and find out the hadith.I have no time to find its to you.

        • wargame1

          I have asked you several times to post the hadis where it says Al-Mahdi will appear in Iraq in a mosque but you have failed to produce it. You know why? because it is not there. Then you said the Black Flag of Khorashan will join with the black flag of Iraq but again no proof !! You said there is a hadis about Al-Mahdi in Bukhari but there is no hadis about Al Mahdi in Bukhari. So you are a liar. If you have some shame then why dont you try to produce those hadis as you claim? I have time to for you lying biatch

          • zabada

            I,ve no time to go back to library to feed your brain..

          • wargame1

            You have time to post nonsense muthrfuckr but you cant prove it

          • zabada

            I have times to tell you what I read long ago.

          • wargame1

            Post hadis instead of your confusing rubbish.

          • zabada

            “At the end of the time of my ummah,the Mahdi will appear. Allah will grant him rain, the earth will bring forth its fruits, he will give a lot of money, cattle will increase and the ummah will become great.” (Reported by al-Haakim in his Mustadrak, 4/557-558).

          • wargame1

            OK , so where it says that Al-Mahdi will appear in a mosque in Iraq?

          • zabada

            the hadith is in books..not on web…it is not easy to find that books that read from library long years ago.

          • wargame1

            You read nonsense from those shit eating sufis like Imaran Hussain and call it hadis.

  • 5thDrawer
    • wargame1

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      • 5thDrawer

        Thank You. 🙂
        My brother used to fly a black flag on his boat with skull and crossbones … we didn’t suspect he was taking over the world. :-))))

        • wargame1

          I am sorry , the reply was not directed to you

          • 5thDrawer

            Well Wargame … Although they made big noise, they didn’t make the ‘Big Leaques’ yet … black or not. Interesting who uses it, in part, around the world.
            http://www.englishclan.co.uk/Art_images/World.Flags.png
            The Symbolism isn’t lost on the world, however …. and maybe all-black just incorporates all brain-deads. 🙂
            http://archive.adl.org/terrorism/symbols/

          • guest

            No Zionist, rightwing, fascist, neocon, elite, nwo,…or their stooges in that group, hmmm interesting Mr. 5th !!! Strange they included hizbushaitan in there, aren’t they the resistance group of infallibles associated with Zionists n Shitan like the rest of them dogs of hellfire !? Thanks for your hint !!!
            You can only imagine who came up with that list, the creators of those evil groups themselves !!!

        • wargame1

          Nice example. Well the Black flag was the flag of the Muslim Army during the time of the prophet. A simple black piece of cloth and no inscription on it. The modernday black flag holerds are the people of innovation as you can see the Daeshbags are using the stamp/Seal of the prophet on the flag , others are using the testimony of faith written on it. Only one party in the modern time used a Simple Black flag with NO inscription and they were the Taliban Government in Afghanistan. Please note that the Pakistani Taliban(PTT) or Tahriki Taliban are same as Daeshbags in Iraq. That Tahriki Taliban/Paki Taliban is a counterinsurgency group run by the Indian and Iranian government. Few weeks before this Paki Taliban pledge their allegiance to Abu Dua Bagdadi.

          • guest

            Are you saying behind every deception, treachery, chaos, war, lie, Daeshbags, Haleshbags,… is Shitan, Shits, and their Zionist Masters !? No way, you serious !?
            They are the Infallibles, even their “Mehdisaurus”, you forgot !!!

          • zabada

            Syiah have no blag flag,,they only have black turban,,,black cloak..there are no Alhadith tell us to join black turban and black cloak,,..that black turban deluding too many Persian badly..so avoid that black turban..the Syiah..not only great sunnis scholars who declare them as nonmuslim..I my self identified them as nonmuslims,,they too weird to be muslims…if they not eradicate their believe and delete many bad material,political material in Syiah books.Also thier fiqh,judisprident,theology,too many false hadith..mut,ah and many more,to bring them in paradise at here after.Peace.

          • wargame1

            The Taliban in Afghanistan wear Black Turban but they usually wear white cloths. They are sunnis. But the Daesh Dogs wear Black cloths (Khawarij)

          • zabada

            The Prophet (S) said: “The Mahdi will appear in my Ummah. He will appear for a minimum of 7 or a maximum of 9 years; at that time, my Ummah will experience a bountiful favor like never before. It shall have a great abundance of food, of which it need not save anything, and the wealth at that time is in great quantities, such that if a man asks the Mahdi to give him some, and the Mahdi (as) will say: Here! Take!”

            Sunni reference: Sunan Ibn Majah, v2, Tradition #5083

            Remark: According to Shi’i sources, the Government of Peace and equality that Imam al-Mahdi will establish will last hundreds of years with no rival, and then the day of Judgment will commence. What is mentioned in the above tradition as 7 or 9 years is the length of time that Imam al-Mahdi (as) will fight to conquer the world when he starts his mission.

            The Prophet (S) said: “We (I and my family) are members of a household that Allah (SWT) has chosen for them the life of the Hereafter over the life of this world; and the members of my household (Ahlul-Bayt) shall suffer a great affliction and they shall be forcefully expelled from their homes after my death; then there will come people from the East carrying black flags, and they will ask for some good to be given to them, but they shall be refused service; as such, they will wage war and emerge victorious, and will be offered that which they desired in the first place, but they will refuse to accept it till they pass it to a man from my family (Ahlul-Bayt) appears to fill the Earth with justice as it has been filled with corruption. So whoever reaches that (time) ought to come to them even if crawling on the ice/snow since among them is the Vice-regent of Allah (Khalifatullah) al-Mahdi.”

            Sunni references:

            • Sunan Ibn Majah, v2, Tradition #4082,

            • The History Tabari

            • al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar, Ch. 11, section 1, pp 250-251

            Also:

            The Messenger of Allah said: “The world will not perish until a man among the Arabs appears whose name matches my name.”

            Sunni reference: Sahih al-Tirmidhi, v9, p74

            In Sahih Muslim, in the Chapter of al-Fitan, there are some interesting traditions on what will happen in the last days of the world. I would like to quote two of them here:

            Abu Nadra reported: We were with the company of Jabir Ibn Abdillah… Jabir Ibn Abdillah kept quite for a while and then reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) having said: “There would be a Caliph in the last (period) of my Ummah who would freely give handfuls of wealth to the people without counting it.”I said to Abu Nadra and Abu al-Ala: Do you mean Umar Ibn Abd al-Aziz? They said: NO, (he would be Imam Mahdi).

            Sunni references:

            • Sahih Muslim, English version, v4, chapter MCCV, p1508, Tradition #6961

            • Sahih Muslim, Arabic version, Kitab al-Fitan, v4, p2234, Tradition #67

            (NOTE: What are inside the parentheses in the above tradition are NOT my comments. They are the words of the translator of Sahih Muslim (Abdul Hamid Siddiqui).)

            Similarly, we read in Sahih Muslim:

            Abu Sa’id and Jabir Ibn Abdullah reported that Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: “There would be in the last (phase) of the time a Caliph who would distribute wealth but would not count.”

            Sunni references:

            • Sahih Muslim, English version, v4, chapter MCCV, p1508, Tradition #6964

            • Sahih Muslim, Arabic version, Kitab al-Fitan, v4, p2235, Tradition #69

            It is also narrated:

            In the end of the time, my Ummah will undergo very hard affliction like never before, so that man can not find any way out. Then Allah will appear a person from my progeny, that is my Ahlul-Bayt, who will fill the earth with justice as it was filled with injustice. The inhabitants of the earth and the inhabitants of the heaven love him. The sky will bring down its water everywhere and the earth will bring all what it can offer and will become green all over.

            Sunni references:

            • al-Sahih fi al-Hadith, by al-Hakim, as quoted in:

            • al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p250

            Ibn Majah in his Sunan quotes Muhammad Ibn Hanafiyyah and Imam ‘Ali saying that the Holy Prophet (S) said:

            “al-Mahdi is from our Ahlul-Bayt, no doubt Allah will enforce his appearance within a night (i.e., his coming is very unpredictable and is very sudden).”

            Sunni references:

            • Sunan Ibn Majah, v2, p269

            • Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, as quoted in:

            • al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p250

            Moreover, it is narrated that:

            ‘Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) said: “When the ‘Support’ of the family of Muhammad (al-Qa’im Aale Muhammad) rises Allah will unite the people of east and the people of west.”

            Sunni references:

            • Ibn Asakir, as quoted in:

            • al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p252

            Ibn Hajar wrote that:

            Muqatil Ibn Sulayman and those who followed him among the (Sunni) commentators of Qur’an said that the verse: “And he shall be a Sign for (the coming of) the Hour”(Qur’an 43:61) was revealed about al-Mahdi.

            Sunni reference: al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar, Ch. 11, section 1, p247

            Also Ahmad Ibn Hanbal recorded:

            The Prophet (S) said: “Allah will bring out from concealment al-Mahdi from my Family and just before the Day of Judgment; even if only one day were to remain in the life of the world, and he will spread on this earth justice and equity and will eradicate tyranny and oppression.”

            Sunni references:

            • Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v1, p99

            • A close version has also been narrated in Sunan Abu Dawud, English version, Ch. 36, Tradition #4270 narrated from ‘Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as).

            It is narrated in Sahih Muslim that:

            Jabir Ibn Abdillah al-Ansari (ra) said: I heard the Messenger of Allah saying: “A group of my Ummah will fight for the truth until near the day of judgment when Jesus, the son of Marry, will descend, and the leader of them will ask him to lead the prayer, but Jesus declines, saying: “No, Verily, among you Allah has made leaders for others and He has bestowed his bounty upon them.”

            Sunni reference:

            • Sahih Muslim, Arabic, part 2, p193

            • Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v3, pp 45,384

            • al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, Ch. 11, section 1, p251

            • Nuzool Isa Ibn Maryam Akhir al-Zaman, by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, p57

            • Musnad, by Abu Ya’ala which provides another version of the tradition with more clear words on the authority of Jabir that the Messenger of Allah said: “A group among my Ummah will continue to fight for the truth until Jesus, the son of Marry, will descend, and the Imam of them will ask him to lead the prayer, but Jesus replies: “You have more right to it, and verily Allah has honored some of you over others in this Ummah.”

            • Sahih Ibn Habban, whose tradition reads: “their leader al-Mahdi”and the rest of tradition is the same.

            • Ibn Abu Shaybah, another Sunni traditionist, and the mentor of al-Bukhari and Muslim, has reported several traditions about Imam al-Mahdi (as). He has also reported that the Imam of the Muslims who will lead Prophet Jesus in prayer is Imam al-Mahdi himself.

            Jalaluddin al-Suyuti mentioned that: “I have heard some of the deniers of (truth) deny what has been conveyed about Jesus that when he descends will pray the Fajr prayer behind al-Mahdi. They say, Jesus has higher status than to pray behind a non-Prophet.

            This is a bizarre opinion since the issue of prayer of Jesus behind al-Mahdi has been proven strongly via numerous authentic traditions from the Messenger of Allah, who is the most truthful.”And then al-Suyuti goes on narrating some of the traditions in this regard. (See Nuzool Isa Ibn Maryam Akhir al-Zaman, by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, p56).

            Also al-Hafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani mentioned that:

            “The Mahdi is of this Ummah, and that Jesus (S) will come down and pray behind him.”

            Sunni reference: Fat’h al-Bari, by Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, v5, p362

            This is also mentioned by another Sunni scholar, Ibn Hajar al-Haythami, who wrote:

            “The Ahlul-Bayt are like the stars through whom we are guided in the right direction, and if the starts are taken away (or hidden) we would come face to face with the signs of the Almighty as promised (i.e., the Day of Resurrection). This will happen when the Mahdi will come, as mentioned in the traditions, and the Prophet Jesus will say his prayers behind him, the Dajjal will be slain, and then the signs of the Almighty will appear one after another.”

            Sunni reference: al-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, by Ibn Hajar, Ch. 11, secti

          • wargame1

            Post that hadis where you said Al-Mahdi will supposedly appear in Iraq and The Iraqi Black Flag will supposedly join the black flag of Khorashan. You are not able to back up your claim. Cut the crap and get to the point