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  2. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    lol, i dont. even though the two dont have any connection. i have already said yazid was a king. not a khalifa/amirul mo'mineen
  3. Then how can you consider Yazid to be your Imam, Khalifa or Amir, King or whatever?
  4. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    no. what's your point btw?
  5. Noha e Imam Hussain a.s

    May the Almighty Lord give best reward to these azadaaran e Imam e mazloom (a.s), protect them & increase their toufeqaat & love for Ahlul Bayt (a.s)
  6. Question for Shia brothers

  7. But is is it right/logical?
  8. But is is it right/logical?
  9. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    technically, you may if you want to. you have free will.
  10. Can I send blessings on a certain people in every obligatory prayer and yet curse them all or kill one of them?
  11. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    again. i already responded to this claim in a 3 point answer. none of these references have a case of disagreement or ulil amr or returning to Allah and messenger.
  12. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    what? i dont understand you. the opposite of sending blessings is Not sending blessings. where does killing come into the opposite?
  13. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    so these ahadith are fabricated because? your scholars say they are? my scholars say they arent. why are your scholars right and mine wrong? no. read my last response again. i already responded to this exact claim.
  14. But you do believe that killing them is the opposite of sending blessings upon them a.s. do you?
  15. No Sahabi asked "Who are these Ulil Amri?".

    yes i know that. i am not doubting anything. nor am i saying that his killer was on haqq. i am saying i dont know what happened. the details. but just to be clear, on an unrelated topic, i do not believe the progeny of the prophet pbuh was infallible, not even the ahl e kisa, despite what you extract from 33:33.
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  17. Heartache

    Sounds like severe infatuation. But him stalking you is very concerning. Stalkers tend to be psychopaths. It's best you stay far away from such types. Just keep your mind busy with other things so you don't think of him, and thank Allah for not making it easy for you to give yourself to a stalker psychopath.
  18. Heartache

    If you had tried maybe something even worse then this temporary depression could have happened. You never know. Do not dwell in temporary losses sister. You're going to (maybe) face more of these in the future, that's the lesson in it.
  19. But you know that Imam Hussain a.s. was of the Prophet's progeny a.s. right? And you know that your salat is void when you do not give the salawat on them a.s. do you? How can you doubt for only just one sec. if Imam Hussain a.s. was on Haqq or not and his killer was?
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  21. What is your goal today?

    Salaam Alaykum Today is the deadline to tell my advisor what kind of things we need for the project. He asked me to create a list so that we don't need to order them again and ask for money from department. It sounds weird though, since I can't tell you EVERYTHING from now coz sometimes we change our mind. Anyway, I have a rough idea of what we need. I hope I include everything in my list. BTW, yesterday was a bad day. I was constantly thinking about marriage. I still don't know what person Allah considered for me. I think telling other Muslims doesn't solve the problem. I have to act myself. و من الله توفیق
  22. [Shakir 8:20] O you who believe! obey Allah and His Messenger and do not turn back from Him while you hear. 2 entities 1 OBEY command [Shakir 47:33] O you who believe! obey Allah and obey the Messenger, and do not make your deeds of no effect. 2 entities 2 OBEY commands [Shakir 4:80] Whoever obeys the Messenger, he indeed obeys Allah, so essentially, the Quran is telling us, it's immaterial whether the number of entities = number of the verb OBEY. hence the need to obey ulil-amri, just as we need to obey the prophet. the argument for the need of a separate OBEY for ulil amri in verse 4:59 for it to be unconditional obedience, is null and VOID, IMO. this is only for those who seek the truth. for the rest of us, "fastabiqul khoiraat...." wassalam.
  23. Heartache

    Dont know..when i came to know he liked me from that point i began to like him...it was just crush and nothing else..when there was summer break i didnt think about him at all ..but after coming back to college when he stalked me everywhere i developed stronh feelings for him..going college was like going to heaven..when he sat besides me i can not explain how i felt..when he looked into my eyes it was like he was my whole world..i like each n everything about him...his looks..his voice..his actions just everything...there was not a single day when he was not in my thoughts...i never felt thid for any other boy
  24. The Month of Muharram

    Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar. On the first day of Muharram, the Islamic New Year is observed by Muslims. The Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, and is 11 to 12 days shorter than the solar year. Hence it is a little different from the Gregorian calender that is used in the western nations. When compared with the Gregorian calendar, which is a solar calendar, the lunar month of Muharram shifts from year to year. The month of Muharram is of great religious significance to Islamic people the world over. It is held to be the most sacred of all the months, excluding Ramadan. The word "Muharram" is often considered synonymous with "Ashura", the tenth day of the Muharram month. "Ashura" is a highly important day for both sects of Islam - the Shias and the Sunnis. The Shia muslims believe that Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, became a martyr at the Battle of Karbala on the tenth day of Muharram in 61 AH(680 AD). The pre-Islamic period in the Arabian peninsula was the era of warring tribes. In the absence of a strong leadership, there were conflicts and battles on minor issues. But fighting was prohibited in four months of the year. These months, of which Muharram was one, were considered sacred. Muharram is so called because it was unlawful to fight during this month; the word is derived from the word ‘haram’ meaning forbidden. This period of inactivity was a necessity in heavily decorated replicas of the tomb of the Imam and his family are made for Muharram the era of warring tribes. The tradition was maintained even after the advent of Islam, though provisions to accommodate and accept war in special situations, like a threat to the sovereignty of an empire, were introduced. The gory battle of Karbala was fought against this law and tradition of Islam. The inhabitants on the banks of rivers Euphrates and Tigris were traditional rivals. Their animosity was contained to some extent by Muhammad. But when his son-in-law Hazrat Ali was the Caliph(Muslim civil and religious leader considered to be Allah's representative on earth), the old enmity re-surfaced. Hazrat Ali had two descendants, Hazrat Imam Hussain and Hazrat Imam Hassan. Hussain was the ruler of the part of the empire known today as Iran. The other part in modern Iraq was ruled by the Umayyads. Hussain was called upon by the Shiahs of Kufa, a small town in the Umayyad kingdom, to accept their allegiance and claim his place as the leader of the Islamic community. This was against the wishes of the ruler of Kufa, Yazid, who instructed his governor, Ibn-e-Ziad to take appropriate action. Meanwhile, in response to the call of the Shiahs, Hussain accompanied by his family members, headed for Kufa. When they reached Karbala, en route to Kufa, the forces of the governor surrounded them and their 70 men. Hussain, his family and his troops were tortured and killed, and Hussain's head was severed and presented to the king. They received no help from the Shiahs of Kufa. As this tragic incident happened on the tenth day of Muharram, Shia Muslims consider this a day of sorrow. They commemorate the martyrdom of Hussain as a religious occassion called "Muharram" (named after the month of its observance). The occassion starts on the 1st day of Muharram and lasts for 10 days until 10th of Muharram. As Muharram approaches, they put on black clothes, as black is regarded as a color of mourning. During the entire 10 day period, they keep themselves away from music and all joyous events (e.g. weddings) that can distract them in anyway from the sorrowful remembrance of that day. During each of the first nine days of Muharram, "Majalis" (assemblies) are held where Shia orators vividly depict the incident of the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his party. Mainstream Shia Muslims fast until the evening. On "Ashura", devoted Muslims assemble and go out in large processions. They parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Some Shia sects observe "Ashura" by beating themselves with chains in public, cutting themselves with knives and sharp objects and holding mournful public processions. This is an expression of their grief on the death of their favourite leader Hussain, considered to be the representative of Allah. (But no Shiite scholar affirms any extreme behavior that harms the body and Shia leaders consider such acts as "Haram", or forbidden.) It is a sad occasion and everyone in the procession chants "Ya Hussain", wailing loudly. Generally a white horse is beautifully decorated and included in the procession. It serves to bring back the memory of the empty mount of Hazrat Imam Husain after his martyrdom. Drinking posts are also set up temporarily by the Shia community where water and juices are served to all, free of charge. While Shia Muslims consider "Muharram" to be a sorrowful occassion, Sunni Muslims observe it as a festival and look at "Ashura" as a happy day though the religious aspect remain intact. Pious Sunnis keep a fast("roja") on "Ashura" as per the "Hadith"(a tradition based on reports of the sayings and activities of Muhammad and his companions) of Prophet Muhammad. According to the "Hadith", the Prophet saw the Jews fasting on the 10th of Muharram to commemorate their liberation from Egyptian slavery and the extermination of the army of the Pharoah in the waters of the Red Sea. Prophet Mohammed liked the custom for he believed that it was Allah who saved the Israelites from their enemy in Egypt. He started to fast on the same day as the Jews but he planned to fast on the 9th and 10th from the following year. But death came in between him and his pious wish. Usually, Sunni Muslims are recommended to fast either on the 9th and 10th Muharram or on the 10th and 11th
  25. Fasting after Fajr

    It would not be valid because you already ate breakfast. 1562. As for Mustahab fast one can make its niyyat at any time in the day, even moments before Maghrib - provided he has not committed any such act which invalidates the fast. -Sistani.org However you should try to fast tomorrow if you can. It's recommended to fast the 1-9 of muharram.
  26. haha...we are getting in circles here - just one of those fabricated ahadith by ummayyads/abbassids to justify their kingdom. but sufficient to disprove: people only ask what they don't know the fact remains, they did asked about something they had experienced (hence knowledge) almost every months sorry bro, just one of those fabricated ahadith by ummayyads/abbassids to justify their kingdom.
  27. Heartache

    In your story the girl didnt ask for anythinh wrong..if her wish was not good for her ,Allah could hav made it good for her..Allah could hav saved her husband from falling....now if asking Allah for my love is not good for me Allah can make it good for both of us..
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