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Kalimah of Shia Vs Kalimah of Ali Radiallahu Anhuma

Posted by answersforshiafriend on September 16, 2013

What is the Kalimah – The statement of faith of the Shia? We all know the answer.. it is

“La’ilah illa Allah Mohammad-ur-Rassol-ullah Ali’un Wali’ullah Wa’wasi-ur-Rassol-ullah”

There is no god but Allah , Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah and Ali is the Wali and Wasi of Rasool Allah.

Now lets see what is the Kalimah of Ali RadiaAllahu Anhum from their own shia source ‘Nahjul Balagha’. “Nahjul Balagha” is a book containing the sermons of Ali radiallahu anhuma and is a very highly regarded book by the Shias. However the source of this book is unknown and its authenticity is questionable so just like the Bible, it contain sermons of Ali, some of which appear to be fabricated and some appear to be the real words of Ali as they are aggreable to Quran and Sunnah.  So in one of the Sermons of this book, you can read the Kalimah of Ali RadiAllahu Anhum and decide for your self as to who loves and follows Ali more. The Shias or the Ahlus Sunnah.

Sermon 113 page 296

For those who want to approach the realm of Allah through good deeds, the following are the best ways to achieve success:

The first and foremost is to have complete faith in Allah and His Holy Prophet Peace Be Upon Him,the second is to exert oneself in the service of Allah to the best of one’s capacity,because such endeavours are the sublime heights of the glory of Islam; Thirdly the repetition and belief in the words of devotion “Asshadu Anla Ilaha Illallah wa Ashhadu Anna Muhammaan Rasool Allah. Because they are the basic concepts of the religion of Islam; (Sermon 113 page 296 Peak of Eloquence, Islamic Seminary Publications)

We love Rasool Allah and his Sahaba and love to follow their way that is why the Kalimah of the Ahlas Sunnah Wal Jamah is the same as the Kalimah of Ali (ra) as it was the same as the Kalimah of Abu Bakr and Umar and Usman (ra) and of Rasool Allah Sallalahu Alayhe Wasallam.

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