Taqiyyah translates to “the act of deceiving.” An explanation of Taqiyyah was given by the Infallible Imam of the Shia as recorded in Al-Kafi, the most reliable of the Shia books of Hadith: The Imam said that Taqiyyah is to say one thing outwardly but to believe another inwardly. There is another term for this: lying. It is indeed strange that the Shia faith not only allows for lying but commands it!
- Realplayer Audio: Taqiyyah
The following is an audio clip of Shaikh Damashqia on the topic of Taqiyyah:
Click here to OPEN the Realplayer file.
Click here to DOWNLOAD the Realplayer file.
Shaikh Damashqia likens Taqiyyah to pork. Pork is Haram normally. However, if a person put a gun to one’s head and says to eat pork, then […]
- Grand Ayatollah On Cursing the Prophet’s Wives/Companions and Taqiyyah
The following fatwa is found on the Official Website of Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Shahroudi. Please note how the Grand Ayatollah allows the cursing but it must be done in such a way as not to reveal the Taqiyyah that is being done in front of the Sunni masses. Perhaps this will wake up those Sunnis who are fooled by the Shia lies when they say that they do not curse the Prophet’s wives or Sahabah. This comes from the mouth of the Grand Ayatollah himself.
- Shaykh al-Mufid, Tahreef, Taqiyyah, and Half-Quoting
Shaykh al-Mufid claimed, like his other Shia colleagues, that Uthman (Ø±Ø¶Ù‘Ù‰ Ø§Ù„Ù„Ù‡ Ø¹Ù†Ù‡) did not properly compile the Quran and that parts of the Quran were left out (i.e. omitted) from the Mushaf, in particular those verses in the Quran in which the names of the twelve Imams were mentioned. Shaykh al-Mufid claimed that Amir al-Mu’mineen Ali (Ø±Ø¶Ù‘Ù‰ Ø§Ù„Ù„Ù‡ Ø¹Ù†Ù‡) was the only one who compiled the entire Quran and that this edition was currently being held by Al-Qaem (i.e. Imam Mehdi) who would reveal this complete version when he would return from his occultation.