A Cry from Qatif – NEW UPLOAD!!!

Shattering the Mirage: A Response to ‘Abdul Hussain Sharaf al Din’s al Muraja’at: Letter 71 and 72
March 4, 2021
The Beginning
April 15, 2021

Sunni-Shia polemics have often centred on one group attempting to prove its own position from a host of sources. A Cry from Qatif happens to be a Shia Revisionist perspective on the dominant ideas within contemporary Twelver Shi’ism. The author does not represent the Sunni’s nor does he present Sunni arguments. He appeals to the average Shia to think critically about the teachings of the Imams themselves against the dogma, creed, and inherited practice that was formulated and promoted by Shia scholars over the centuries. The author attempts to bring moderation into Shia discourse, and relies exclusively on Shia sources.

 

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The Beginning

 

A Cry before the Storm

 

Destroying the Fable

 

Between Us and Greek Mythology

 

The Imams are Humans

 

Exaggerations beyond the Imams!

 

The Names Game

 

The Imams as Intermediaries

 

Devilish Tricks

 

The Respected Sheikh ‘Abbas al Musa, and invoking others besides Allah

 

The Degradation of Women

 

A Bitter Reality

 

Burn him, and help your gods

 

Whom do we Follow?

 

Why do these People Lie?

 

The Glaring Difference between one narrative and another

 

Devotional Acts of Worship “Like this and Like That”

 

Exorcism Ceremonies

 

The link Between the Mourning Processions and the Parasites

 

The Phobia of the Community

 

Between Imam ‘Ali ‘alayh al Salam and ‘Amr ibn Hind

 

Battalions in Defence of the Takfiris

 

Mayhem of the Enlightened or Mayhem of the Extremists and Scholars?

 

The Best Nation that Never Believed

 

Why Did Allah send the Most Honourable Prophet salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam?

 

A Reflection on Imamah

 

They Embraced Islam when it was Weak, and Abandoned it when it was Strong

 

Imam ‘Ali ‘alayh al Salam withholds the Inheritance of Fadak

 

The Children of the Imams in the Darknesses of Oblivion

 

The End of the Debate

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