Question 7: How is it appropriate for a prophet from Uli Al-Azem , who is Abraham pbuh, to say that the planet, or moon, or sun is his Lord?
Answer: Only a deluded person would assume that these words came from Abraham pbuh in the world of Shahada, meaning this worldly life, even though Abraham perhaps repeated it in this worldly life to reproach his people who worship these planets, or the spirits which move these planets.
t has been narrated from Ahlul Bayt (a.s): Verily, the best of works are Wilayah ([accepting the authority of and following Ahlul Bayt a.s.]) and Innocence ([declaring oneself innocent from the enemies of Ahlul Bayt a.s]). Meaning, taking the Supporters/Devotees of Allah as an authority over him, and they are the Prophets and Vicegerents, and being enemies with the enemies of Allah, and they are the enemies of the Prophets and Vicegerents and the enemies of their Shia (followers). So which work is put forth before the other, Wilayah or declaring oneself innocent [from the enemies of Allah]?
know that we have been informed from Muhammad son of Al Hassan Al Saffar that Al Sadiq (PBUH) said: (Verily, our matter is the truth, and the truth of the truth, and it is the apparent, and the inner of the apparent, and the inner of the inner, and it is the secret, and the secret of the secret, and the secret that is safeguarded with a secret, and a secret that is masked by a secret), and from him (PBUH): (Our matter is a safeguarded secret, and a secret that is not benefited except by a secret, and a secret upon a secret, and a secret masked with a secret).
So what do the two Hadiths mean? And what is their interpretation? And where is their place in the book of Allah?
Their clerical religion with which they deceived and wish to continue deceiving the Shia of the progeny of Muhammad is built upon the ideology that the non-infallible must be imitated. They do not have a narrative proof for this, and their clerics acknowledge this matter
Peace be upon you, O Aba Abdullah
Peace be upon you and upon the spirits that reside in your presence;
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