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John Romerro

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About John Romerro

  • Birthday 02/23/1988

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    Finland
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    Shia Islam
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    The way the wind blows!
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    Current affairs. Politics. Religion. Philosophy.

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  1. Current geopolitics middle-east

    In my humble opinion, the war in Syria is still far from over yet. After defeating Isis and other zionist's armies in Syria, there are few other fronts awaiting for SAA, Hezbollah and allies i.e. the liberation of Eastern Syria from kurdish and US led Zion forces, Golan heights, Idlib, Homs and some small pockets of zionists near Damascus. Among all these fronts I see Eastern Syria and the areas near the Golan heights the most difficult ones to fully liberate by SAA and allies. If and when SAA and allies decides to reach these areas then I strongly fear it will lead to a full fledge war either with israel or probably with the US itself. I hope I am wrong on this but if we look at the events during the past few months, the israelis had immediately attacked SAA and even Damascus whenever they tried to defeat those muslim zionists in golan heights. However the only hope I see is if those israelis and especially saudis or US zionists struck with some major internal conflict that weakens them to such an extent that keeps them away from Syria and lead them to failure in their dirty plans. (INSHAHALLAH). Or if Russia comes out strongly and takes a decisive stand not just politically but in physical manner like sending more troops and advance weaponry to Syria for her defence and takes a firm stand for her sovereignty which I see as yet not happening. Not because Russians are deceiting Syria but mainly because they just cannot afford a war from this front at this time. The coming weeks will define what will happen but for now it seems really difficult for SAA and allies to open up this new front in coming days or even in weeks.
  2. A question for Iraqi citizens.

    W. Salam Hameedeh! Thank you for your reply. Though I am still not sure if it is really possible for a non native of Iraq to get a burial there. I think I should contact the Iraqi embassy here. Anyhow Thank you once again.
  3. Salam! Is it possible for a Muslim to receive a burial ground after his/her death either in Najaf or in Wadi al Salam someone not a citizen of Iraq? Many Thanks. John
  4. Deceived into a polygamous marriage

    Yeah Right! That's why you bother yourself replying to my post but doesn't know what to say? But it's ok. That stuff is too heavy for you. Anyhow you remind me those kind of guys who start to imagine themselves Bruce Lee immediately after watching any of his movies. All they do is to brag about themself that how they can create magic kicks like Bruce but as soon as some tough situation comes his friends find him no where. So nothing more I can say about you. Take kare!
  5. Deceived into a polygamous marriage

    Incoherent outburst? Lol! This remind me of those young children and even adults who start to cry when they find out that santa claus isn't real and it was their own dad/uncle or a neighbor in a red costume with a fake white beard. Lol!!! Anyhow I accept my mistake. I mistakenly wrote message instead the word 'reply'. But you see it doesn't matter, still you replied me even without reading that article I sent you just to show my one word mistake.
  6. World Adoption Day

    Haram? Are you sure about that?
  7. Deceived into a polygamous marriage

    How so??? Since when Islam has permitted to make such decisions that are intended to harm others directly or indirectly? The woman (or I better call her a girl as per her id syeda19) in discussion clearly knows that the man she married to was already married and has 2 children. Now on one side she claims she is totally in love with that man but on the other hand she is not willing to accept him despite his all faults plus his past. If you were really able to read in between the lines like I do, you would know this is purely a case of jealousy and personal envy plus some psych disorders. Anyhow all these signs and the people suffering with them to such an extent causing others harm, are not very much respected in Islam. One more thing for your 'KIND' information, Islam is a complete religion and in Islam we have both spirtual and ethical laws. The moral values should be based on ethics taught to us in our religion not based while riding an emotional roller coaster. But of course as a human we sometimes fell in devils trap and fell into haram acts or perform sins. Then again it depends if those sins are personal acts or are they causing any harm to other fellow human beings? In this case I see this 19 year old girl (I might b wrong about her age) being more ehically wrong from the begining of her story. Now why she is blaming others for her tragedy? no one forced her, in fact she forced her parents to marry such a despicable man. And now before sending me anymore annoying messages kindly read this beautiful article which I truly hope would help you knowing what I am talking about. Thanks. https://www.al-islam.org/islam-faith-practice-history-sayyid-muhammad-rizvi/lesson-25-islams-spiritual-program-1
  8. Deceived into a polygamous marriage

    How can you say that? Do you even realize what are you suggesting? Just put yourself in that woman shoes. How would you feel if someone divorce you and go for someone else? I'm sure that is not something you will ever wish.
  9. Deceived into a polygamous marriage

    First of all the heading of your post is totally misleading. No one has deceited you except you did your ownself. Despite knowing that man is married and 2 children you still developed your relation. What's wrong with you? You should truly seek forgiveness from Allah swt for intentionally destroying home of some other woman. You and your evilish decisions were driven and probably still being driven by negative emotions. What you have done is forbidden not only in our religion but I would highly reccomend you to take some lessons of morality too.
  10. Donations for Syrians

    Thank you so much for the link.
  11. Donations for Syrians

    W.Salam. Thank you Hameedeh! Yes I have but unfortunately none was any helpful. Someone contacted me by sending private message and the organizations they told me were based in Turkey and run by someone I was not very sure. So that's why I didn't do much. I even contacted some journalists like Eva Bartlett and Vanessa Beeley who had been to Syria many times and have many contacts but I could follow up with them mostly because of their busy schedule. So then I thought to try once more here and if someone can give me a solid link.
  12. Donations for Syrians

    Salam, Once again I am back with the same question that I had asked some months ago. Can someone please suggest me how to send donations for Syrians? If any Syrian reading this and has some contacts in SYRIA then please send me a private message. If not then kindly suggest me a Shia (only) organization based in Syria/Lebanon. Many Thanks. John
  13. @John Romerro Salam. Please check your inbox for my PM. Thanks.

  14. Confusion over performing Ghusl-e-Tartibi!

    Brother Mahdi Thank you so much for the link you have shared but I don't know I am still confused about my ghusl method.
  15. Confusion over performing Ghusl-e-Tartibi!

    Thank you so much for your reply brother King. Actually I forgot to mention this but I do step out of a water a bit after washing my right side but Thank you for mentioning that. The reason I got suspicious on my ghusl procedure is because it is said that as soon as the person is in the shower then he/she should enter his/her head+neck and wash that first. Then the right side and then the left side of the body. So I was thinking what if there are impurities on the body? Should I not PAK my body first in this case? or even I have no impurities on my body but I just want to wash my body first and in the end perform Ghusl-e-Tartibi? This is what I was told that first we should take a normal bath like wash our whole body and remove any impurities if any and once done then we are ready to perform Ghusl-e-Tartibi. Please correct me if I am wrong and once again Thank you so much for your reply. Kind Regards John
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