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The Shi'a position on Ayesha

We do not curse Ayesha; rather we only quote what can be found in the text of the Ahlul Sunnah as well as Allah (swt) words in the Quran. It is sad that when we quote Sunni texts we are called kaffir! Furthermore after a detailed analysis of the Quran and Sunnah it cannot be proven that the standard for determining Iman is Ayesha.

Nasibis rather than attacking the Shia why not answer these questions:

Are the Sahaba and wives of the Prophet (s) EXEMPT from Sharia?

If Allah (swt) or Rasulullah (s) state something does that apply to ALL Muslims, or can the Sahaba and the wives of the Prophet (s) ignore these words?

Are the Sahaba liable to punishment if they commit transgression?

Now with these answers in mind we should point out that your esteemed books are replete with traditions that make it clear that Rasulullah (s) said:

"Loving Ali is the sign of belief, and hating Ali is the sign of hypocrisy."

Sahih Tirmidhi, v5, p643

So Nasibis could you answer us this:

(1) Are these hadith Sahih?
(2) Does it apply to all people?
(3) Did Ummul Momineen Ayesha hate Ali?

Moving on we also find this hadith:

Zaid bin Arqam narrates:

"Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said regarding 'Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husain (Allah be pleased with them all): I am at peace with those with whom you make peace and I am at war with those whom you make war",

1. Sunan Ibn-I-Majah, English translation by Muhammad Tufail Ansari, Volume 1 page 81;
2. Fada'il al-Sahaba, by Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v2, p767, Tradition #1350;
3. al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p149

So Nasibis, answer us:

(1) Is this hadith Sahih?
(2) Does it apply to all people?
(3) What is the position of one who is at war with the Prophet, Muslim, Murtad, Munafiq or Kaafir?

Adapted from: "Devils Deception of the Nasibi Wahabis"

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