And there’s the answer. Thanks!
We don’t like him, he is known to have hated Shia as a people, and reportedly oppressed and killed them.
I have no idea, but insha’Allah I will try to find out for you in the next few days.
I went for Arbaeen and the 10-or-so days leading up to it. It was absolutely amazing. Very unfortunately I am back now =(
I answered this in an earlier post and do not have time right now to find the link. Unless another reader can provide it, perhaps you could simply look back a few pages on my tumblr and inshallah you will find it.
Lakum dinakum wa li ad-din. Thank you for your kind words; it means that Allah has at least allowed me to do some small thing right if I manage to elicit such scorn from a flagrant enemy of Aale Muhammad (Allah’s peace and blessings be upon them all) like yourself.
O man, may Allah AWJ raise you with those whom you love on the day when none shall find refuge from His justice.
I agree with Shaykh Yasser al-Habib’s shi`ah views, may Allah AWJ prolong his life. Nothing the Shaykh says is any different than what you will find in the books of our greatest scholars; unfortunately most “Shi`ah” today would sooner do tabarra from the likes of Majlisi, Kulayni, Saduq and Mufid (may Allah reward them all generously) than from the idols of the Bakriyya, Abu Bakr, Umar, Ayesha and Hafsa (may Allah increase their damnation and punishment in proportion to their crimes against His Messenger and his holy family).
Furthermore, I believe that if one find’s the Shaykh’s views to be “extremist” (as opposed to, say, the manner in which he expresses them) then one either needs to educate their self more on classical Shi`i scholarship, or perhaps reconsider their religion. Because this would mean one would also find many our scholars, such as Shaykh Saduq to be “extremist,” not to mention our holy and infallible a’immah.
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