Kalimah, Wilayah and Answering-Ansar

Answering-Ansar has used two verses of Quran to prove two of its claims.  Quran (35:10) to prove its kalimah and Quran (5:55) to prove the wilayah of Ali.

Answering-Ansar says:

Kalima Tayyiba from the Holy Qur’an

We will now cite reference to Kalima Tayyiba from the Qur’an. We read in Surah Fatir verse 10:

035.010
YUSUFALI: If any do seek for glory and power,- to Allah belong all glory and power. To Him mount up (all) Words of Purity: It is He Who exalts each Deed of Righteousness. Those that lay Plots of Evil,- for them is a Penalty terrible; and the plotting of such will be void (of result).

This verses does not make reference to a single Kalima Tayyiba. It refers to several Kalima Tayyiba’s, for the verse refers to ‘Kalim’. In Arabic:

  • Kalimatun means one Kalima
  • Kalimataan means two Kalimas
  • Kalim means three or more

Allah (swt) refers to Kalim namely a minimum of three Kailmas being taken up to Him (swt). What are these three Kalimas? The Ahl’ul Sunnah recite two terms ‘There is no God but Allah’ and ‘Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah’ but they don’t possess a third kalima, and as this verse stipulates it is these Kalima of purity via which deeds are rewarded. As we shall seek to prove, we the Shi’a can identify this third Kalima in light of Qur’anic verses that refer to the Wilayat of Maula ‘Ali (as), which is why we recite the third Kalima ‘Ali is the Wali of Allah’. We shall now substantiate our assertion with Qur’anic proofs.

So it used the argument that since here, the word is plural and is used for 3 or more, so it means that there should be a minimum of three kalimas. On  this basis, it saught to claim its kalimah

  • La ilaha illallah
  • Muhammadur Rasuulullah
  • Ali-un waliullah

is correct and according to Holy Quran.

Now lets come to the verse from which it saught to claim that the wilayah of Ali is proven from the Holy Quran.

Answering-Ansar says:

Verses proving that Ali bin Abi Talib [as] is Waliullah

First verse

We read in Holy Quran:

[Shakir 5:55] Only Allah is your Vali and His Messenger and those who believe, those who keep up prayers and pay the poor-rate while they bow.

Various explanations of the Holy Quran state that this divine verse was revealed in honor of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (as) when he gave his ring to a beggar whilst he was bowing during prayers. Unsurpisignly the Nasibi par excellence Ansar.Org have sought to refute this fact in one of their articles but we have written a detailed refutation of Ansar.org’s article which can be read here:
The Verse of Wilayah

And indeed it wrote a whole article on it. Trying to prove that

and those who believe, those who keep up prayers and pay the poor-rate while they bow.”

 

is Ali. Well the word here is plural. But Ali is not plural. So how does it prove the wilayah of Ali because Ali is singular? Answering-Ansar just mentioned right before it that its kalimah is correct because the word “kalim” is plural and therefore there should be atleast three kalimahs, but here the word is plural and this is what  Ansar.Org also said in its article, which the AA team has uploaded in its website also.

Ansar.org said:

According to this report Ibn ‘Abbas was of the opinion that the words “and those who believe, who establish prayer and give charity, and they bow down” in the verse refer to all Muslims in general. (Ibn Jarir at-Tabari, Jami‘ al-Bayan vol. 6 p. 186)

This interpretation by Ibn ‘Abbas is not only in harmony with the meaning of wilayah as outlined above, it also agrees with the use of the plural form (“those who believe”) in the verse.

Now the answering-ansar can choose whether their kalimah is proven from Quran or the wilayah of Ali is proven from Quran. Once it chooses between the two, the discussion can be continued on the topic, but right now, their is a clear contradiction. Whatever the case, Answering-Ansar’s deception again confirms the reality of its authors and the Shia cult, deceiving the people in the name of the holy ahlelbayt. Someone rightly said , these deceivers have got some defect in their brains also.

Kalima Tayyiba from the Holy Qur’an

We will now cite reference to Kalima Tayyiba from the Qur’an. We read in Surah Fatir verse 10:

035.010
YUSUFALI: If any do seek for glory and power,- to Allah belong all glory and power. To Him mount up (all) Words of Purity: It is He Who exalts each Deed of Righteousness. Those that lay Plots of Evil,- for them is a Penalty terrible; and the plotting of such will be void (of result).

This verses does not make reference to a single Kalima Tayyiba. It refers to several Kalima Tayyiba’s, for the verse refers to ‘Kalim’. In Arabic:

  • Kalimatun means one Kalima
  • Kalimataan means two Kalimas
  • Kalim means three or more

Allah (swt) refers to Kalim namely a minimum of three Kailmas being taken up to Him (swt). What are these three Kalimas? The Ahl’ul Sunnah recite two terms ‘There is no God but Allah’ and ‘Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah’ but they don’t possess a third kalima, and as this verse stipulates it is these Kalima of purity via which deeds are rewarded. As we shall seek to prove, we the Shi’a can identify this third Kalima in light of Qur’anic verses that refer to the Wilayat of Maula ‘Ali (as), which is why we recite the third Kalima ‘Ali is the Wali of Allah’. We shall now substantiate our assertion with Qur’anic proofs.

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