With ‘Aashoora fast approaching, a time when normal people, Muslims fast, unfortunately we’ll also have to be cleaning up the mess (not literally thank God) of the Rafidah and their acts of lunacy on the streets. I came across this picture, one of the many strange acts carried out by people with no deen, of someone attempting to give water to a picture of an infant. I’ve seen so many strange things from these people that nothing surprises me any more. The child in the image is “Ali Asghar”, an infant of Al-Hussain (ra) who was with him at Karbala, for whom he (ra) beseeched the army for water. Rafidhi sources themselves explain this incident in detail, lamenting over the tragedy of this small, helpless child. Now, the Shi’a priesthood as with all members of Ahlul Bayt, have turned this child into a demi-god after his passing, some labelling him as “Baab Al-Hawaaej” (Gateway to All Needs) i.e. as an object of supplication to call upon when one needs anything.
An issue to consider here is this. Say we put aside the issue of your pagan polytheism for a second, ignoring the fact that instead of calling out to Allah, you’re calling out to the deceased, and even then a defenceless young child who couldn’t help himself in life but now you’ve turned into a super demi-god. Why is it, that your Hussainiyyah temples, your gatherings, your TV channels are filled with banners calling out to Hussain, Al-Abbas, and yes even Ali Asghar, yet there is no mention at all of the numerous other grown, adult men who actually fought valiantly alongside Hussain (ra) and were martyred with him? Numerous Shi’a books mention clearly their names:
Abu Bakr Ibn (son of) Al-Hassan bin Ali bin Abi Talib
Abu Bakr Ibn (son of) Abi Talib
Omar Ibn (son of) Ali bin Abi Talib
Omar bin (son of) Hassan Ibn Abi Talib
Omar bin (son of) Hussein Ibn Abi Talib
Othman bin Ali bin Abi Talib
So where now are the banners exclaiming, “YAWWWW ABAAWWW BAKR MADAD!” or “YAWWW OMAAAAR MADAAAAD” or “YAWWW OSMAAAAAWN!” ?? Obviously you won’t and never will, due to the sheer hatred of this cult for the companions after whom all of these members of the Ahlul Bayt were named after, which according to Shia would be an infallible decision made by infallible Imams. Hypocrisy much?
On a lighter note, not only would I crease up if I ever saw Shia banners in Muharram calling upon Abu Bakr, ‘Umar and ‘Uthman due to some new guy who obviously hadn’t yet mastered the art of Taqiyyah, doesn’t the picture remind of the Hindus queueing up outside temples to feed the Ganesh idol milk when it mysteriously started lapping it up, then stopped all of a sudden when it was full? Millatul Kufr, waahidah.