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At first pay attention that those people who you mentioned, going to this shrines to offer their prayers (Salat) to Allah.so, they won't worship graves there. And "places of worship" in this hadith, means places which people worship graves there instead of Allah. A fine point of conscience we should not forget is that God "Almighty" should be worshiped and ...


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In the Islamic lunar calendar there are four Haraam months (Muharram, Rajab, Dhu al-Qa'dah and Dhu al-Hijjah) and it's been Haraam for Arab tribes to fight against each other in these four months. So if two Arab tribes were in a battle, at the beginning of these months they would have suspended the war and raise a red flag on the dome of the commander's ...


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The golden domes above the holy shrines of the Prophet and his Ahl-ul-Bait and other respected personalities in Islam are a sign of their value for the believer who visits them. These personalities gave everything they had for the cause of Islam and without their selfless effort and sacrifice we would not be able to call ourselves Muslim today. The gold, ...


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Ali ibn Mahziar Ahvazi (علی بن مهزیار الاهوازی): He was one of devotees (or actually companions) of Imam Mohammad al Taqi (Javad) (p.b.u.h.), Imam Hadi and Imam Hasan Askari (peace be upon them)... Ali ebne mahziar ahvazi (the 9th century ) was famous shiah religious jurisprudent , religious narrator and savant , he was one of devotees of Imam Javad (p.b.u....


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The Hadith that you have mentioned reads as follows: قَاتَلَ اللَّهُ الْيَهُودَ اتَّخَذُوا قُبُورَ أَنْبِيَائِهِمْ مَسَاجِدَ literally: “God fought with the Jews; they took the graves of their prophets as places of prostration (mosques)”. It does not say anything about “building” places of worship, but only about using graves as a place of ...


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