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The Attack method of the Shia

Posted by answersforshiafriend on September 23, 2013

The sane Shia must know that their scholars have adopted a twisted method to defend against every criticism directed towards their Madhab, it is a method they use every-time their opponents defeat them in debate or silence them with clear proofs or prove to them the corruption of their Madhab. We shall explain below:

Whenever a criticism is directed towards the Imamiyyah proving to them that they have a certain problem, you will see them trying to prove that their opponents the Ahlul-Sunnah have similar a similar problem.

In other words, instead of:

1- Proving through Islamic texts that the matter is not a problem and that the ones throwing the accusation are wrong.

2- Agreeing that there is indeed a mistake on their part, and admitting that they have a problem, and then calling their followers to abandon it and correct it.

Instead of fixing the problem and defending their Madhab, we see the Shia scholars hurling similar accusations on other Madhabs in an attempt to escape those criticisms.

In order to make this clearer for the reader, I place in your hands one out of many live examples:

When the opponents of the Shia criticized them for adding the following expression to their Adhan “I bear witness that `Ali is the friend of Allah”, and they told them that this is a forbidden innovation and that the Imams narrated narrations that did not contain this expression and that they also narrated that innovations are evil, the Imami Shia scholars attacked Ahlul-Sunnah with “Prayer is better than sleep” as if telling us: “Why do you oppose us in this when we are all doing innovations at the end of the day?” .

I say: There is no doubt about the corruption of this method, because the goal of this method is not to prove the truth and reach it. It’s only goal is to change the subject and escape the criticism, like two men who met and one of them told the other: “You are a thief!” so the other man responded by saying: “Well you’re also a thief!” and by doing so he admitted that he himself is one!

This also makes the Shia Madhab a reactionary one that is affected by the Madhab of Ahlul-Sunnah, and they would follow them like their tail, so whatever Ahlul-Sunnah agree on or decide will be the standard to be used in authenticating or weakening or proving right from wrong. Also this method is based on the opponent  being from Ahlul-Sunnah, so what if the opponents were from the Waqifi Shia or even a Twelver such as ibn Babaweih al-Qummi? Would this method work with him? Or would the Shia scholars be stuck then? More importantly what will be their answer in front of Allah on the day of judgment?

This is why it is the duty of every Shia that when he sees one of their scholars on the Mimbar defending his Madhab by attacking Ahlul-Sunnah, that he should tell him to abandon this twisted method and give a proper scholarly refutation to the problem.

Source: This is an excerpt taken from a book As Salatu Khairun Min An Nawm written by an ex-Shia from here

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