Ismaili Wayez on Dashond

Listen to this carefully….

  • Dashond is Imam’s right
  • Imam says earn your income halal way. Is Imams Income halal ?
  • Missionary saheb says, if Income is not halal then thoughts are not pure. So Mawla Bapas Income is Haraam, Is his thoughts pure ?
  • So Bapa is Iman less ?
  • Missionary uses the words Khuda ka Haq and Imam ka Haq interchangebly.
  • Imam ke ghar me doge to Milega ( Boyoge nahi to kaise katoge).
  • Imam ki zarurat hai to Imam ka haq dena padega.
  • Imam ka raj chalane ke liye maal lagta hai.
  • Interest is okay for Dashond
  • Dashond mafi ka Haq Imam ne Mukhi/Kamdiya ko diya hai thru “Chanta”. Not through Allah ?
  • You cannot give your Dashond to the poor or to charity. Imam ka haq Imam ke ghar me dena. Garib ki madad karna hai to apne paise se karo na ki Imam ke paise se.

Zakah expenditures are only for the poor and for the needy and for those employed to collect [zakah] and for bringing hearts together [for Islam] and for freeing captives [or slaves] and for those in debt and for the cause of Allah and for the [stranded] traveler – an obligation [imposed] by Allah . And Allah is Knowing and Wise. (Quran 9:60)

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Aga Khan with Rose Witchestein

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Aga Khan and Rose Witchestein Aga Khan and Rose Witchestein. Copyright: Hola Magazine 24/07/2007

Nearly three years after his separation from his German wife Gabriele Thyssen Homey, in October 2004, Aga Khan was caught by Hola magazine on camera for the first time with his new girlfriend Rose Witchestein, the woman who, they say, conquered his heart.

Along side the picture, the magazine mentioned that since the past two months, the couple had divided their time between Paris, London and Costa Esmeralda, where there were currently enjoying a summer vacation.

During her stay, Rose was also introduced to Aga Khan’s daughter, Princess Zara.


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Aga Khan’s Alcohol Business

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The complete prohibition of intoxicants was established through the following verse of the Quran:

O you who believe! intoxicants and games of chance and (sacrificing to) stones set up and (dividing by) arrows are only an uncleanness, the Shaitan’s work; shun it therefore that you may be successful. The Shaitan only desires to cause enmity and hatred to spring in your midst by means of intoxicants and games of chance, and to keep you off from the remembrance of Allah and from prayer. Will you then desist?

The Holy Quran, Surah al-Maida, Chapter 5: 90-91)

The above verse was revealed after initial verses discouraging the Muslim from praying while intoxicated (4:43) and before that stating that intoxicants do more harm than good (2:219).

The Prophet (pbuh) further instructed Muslims to refrain from selling of alcohol. It was narrated from Jabir bin `Abdullah that he heard Allah’s…

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Aga Khan and Sunnah: The Validity and Importance of Prophetic Traditions

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Lately, I have noticed Ismaili missionaries picking up Quranists’ arguments and defending Aga Khan and in turn, modern-day Ismailism, on the basis of these Quranists’ arguments. For the average Ismaili brother who doesn’t know, Quranists are a small group of people who reject the prophetic traditions (called sunnat al-Nabi or just “sunnah” for simplicity) and insist on complying only with the Quran. Quranists have been refuted logically by a vast majority of Muslim scholars as a result of which they have never had a mainstream impact.

The major basis of Quranists’ refutation by mainstream Muslim scholars has been the question of how to establish the method of prayer, method of Hajj, percentage of Zakat and many other issues which are proven only from the prophetic traditions.

For Ismailis the fact that prophetic traditions are needed for establishing these and other Muslim practices acts as an advantage because Ismailis simply reject…

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