O Ahmed if it had not been for you I would not have created the orbits

Question 8: What is the meaning of the Hadeeth Qudsi by Jabir bin Abdullah Al-Ansari, that Muhammad pbuhap said that Allah SWT said, 

“O Ahmed, if it had not been for you, I would not have created the orbits, and if it had not been for Ali, I would not have created you, and if it had not been for Fatima, I would not have created either of you.” [Mostadrak Safinat Al-Bihar Vol. 3 page 334, Al-Janna Al-Asima page 148]?

Do you really believe that the religion of Abu Bakr is the same as the religion of Muhammad?

After the battle of Badr, our prophet Muhammad pbuh released the disbelieving captives in exchange for a simple price: just for one of the captives to teach reading and writing to a group of Muslims.
These captives–who were released by the generous, merciful Messenger, the example for mankind–didn’t believe in Muhammad pbuhap. In fact, they fought a battle in which they wished to kill and destroy him. But what the Prophet Muhammad pbuhap did was exactly what we know and would expect based on the morals of the prophets and the righteous ones. We also expect this from all those who gave noble examples of human morals so that people might imitate some of their actions, such as Gandhi and Mandela

Who spoke to Moses on the Sinai mount

What is the meaning about the saying of the Most High: “And we called him from the right side of Toor, and made him draw near to Us, for mystic(converse).”
“But when he came to the (fire), a voice was heard from the right bank of the valley, from a tree in blessed ground: “O Moses! Verily I am Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.”

By the Fig and the Olive And the (mount) Tur of Sinai

What is the meaning of His, the Exalted, words: {By the Fig and the Olive * And the (mount) Tur of Sinai * And this safe town * We have certainly created man in the best of stature * Then We return him to the lowest of the low * Except for those who believe and do righteous deeds, for they will have a reward unfailing * So what yet causes you to deny the judgment? * Is not Allah the most judicious of judges?}

After the death of the Prophet sawas.

The best one who describes what happened after the death of the Prophet sawas is Az-Zahra’ a.s, the closest creation to the Messenger of Allah sawas, where she said in her sermon at the mosque of the Prophet sawas after his death: (…so when Almighty Allah chose for the Holy Prophet the abode of all previous of Allah’s prophets, and the security of His pure ones, there appeared amongst you, the thorns of hypocrisy;

Divine intervention in Times of Injustice

Why is it that when a man tried to lay a hand on the wife of Abraham pbuh, his hand turned into stone, whereas the wives, daughters and children of Muhammad pbuhap were offended, imprisoned and had their veils removed forcefully by the accursed Yazeed?
Zainab pbuh was not an ordinary woman, so how did Yazeed (may Allah curse him) do what he did to her without an obvious divine intervention like what happened with the wife of Abraham pbuh?

My God! My Master! You have run a law upon me but instead I obeyed the desires of my own self

“My God! My Master! You have run a law upon me but instead I obeyed the desires of my own self. And I did not guard myself against the allurements of my enemy, he deceived me with that which I desire, and fate helped him in that respect. Thus I transgressed some of Your limits, and I disobeyed some of Your commands. You have therefore a (just) cause/proof against me in all those matters and I have no plea against Your judgement which You passed against me. I have therefore become (justifiably) liable to Your judgement and afflictions. But now I have turned towards You, my Lord, after being guilty of shortcoming against myself and wasting my self, apologetically, repentantly, broken heartedly, entreating earnestly for forgiveness, yieldingly confessing (to my guilt), as I can find no escape from that which was done by me and having no refuge to which I could turn except seeking Your acceptance of my excuse and admitting me into the vastness of Your spacious Mercy.”

The Will

The Prophet Muhammad pbuhap said to Ali bin Abi Talib on the night of his death,
“O Father of Al-Hassan, bring me a pen and a paper”, and he dictated his will until he came to a position where he said, “O Ali, there will be twelve Imams after me and after them there will be twelve Mahdis