E.L King

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  1. So many attempts at excusing people who commit suicide when suicide = murder.
  2. @Gaius I. Caesar you seem to be misunderstanding. What I mean by normal is someone who is not insane, by not being insane means he will be accountable for this sin in the Afterlife.
  3. From Abī Walād said, I heard Abā `Abd Allāh (عليه السلام)say: “Whoever kills himself, intentionally, he is in the fire of hell (jahannam), eternally!” http://www.revivingalislam.com/2012/01/suicide-in-shia-islam.html?m=1 I mean the Imam is certainly not talking into air is he? If you want to excuse every person who commits suicide that is your opinion, but you shouldn't ever say that is what Islam says. Suicide is literally self-murder. Dastagheib says:
  4. From Abī Walād said, I heard Abā `Abd Allāh (عليه السلام)say: “Whoever kills himself, intentionally, he is in the fire of hell (jahannam), eternally!” http://www.revivingalislam.com/2012/01/suicide-in-shia-islam.html?m=1 I mean the Imam is certainly not talking into air is he? If you want to excuse every person who commits suicide that is your opinion, but you shouldn't ever say that is what Islam says. Suicide is literally self-murder. Dastagheib says:
  5. The definition of insanity according to Islamic Law, not scientific technicalities. But even then, someone who has minor mental issues will be held accountable for what they do. I'm here to tell people the obvious, committing suicide while in a normal state or a near normal state that is nowhere near insanity, all results in Jahannam. Simple as that.
  6. They are normal people. Perfectly normal humans who bought a ticket to Hell for stupid reasons.
  7. I just want to say that the Holy Qur'an never explicitly says that (forbids us from taking the news of the fasiqs) but the brother's point still stands.
  8. Well. 1) Some people do it for political and/or religious reasons. Like ISIS. 2) Some people do it over petty issues like getting divorced or something stupid like that. 3) Some people think they have accomplished everything in life and have no reason to live, so they commit suicide. 4) Some people want to be heroes or something and they do something stupid knowing fully well that there is a strong chance they will die. Like going to the woods to wrestle a bear or something stupid like that. 5) Some people might be what you call "mentally ill" but they are not "mentally ill" to the extent that the pen has been written off them. Like say a murderer who has anger issues, can still be punished if his mental issues has not reached the point of the Shar'i defintion of "insanity." For example a lot of people commit suicide because they got "depressed". What did they get depressed for? The same petty issues I pointed out earlier. Not worth killing yourself, and they know it's not worth it.
  9. Depends on your marja.
  10. @Ali-F you should only believe news that comes to you from reliable sources, not from anonymous sources or fasiq sources. This is not a Shar'i Hujjah, and you should know this. When someone accuses someone of doing 'xyz', you need to know whether that person is a adil or not, for example. You don't simply believe whatever sounds bad or good.
  11. Suicide is a ticket to Hell in normal circumstances.
  12. That wasn't Darth Vader who said that. It was @Jebreil
  13. @Al Hadi the itiminaan has to come through rational sources and those sources have been outlined in the risala. One source is the popularity of him being the most knowledgable amongst the people of 3ilm and fadl.
  14. I asked him that. Exact same question (diff numbers though). He says you go with the furthest (so 5 mins in your example) because it will fulfill the other one before it too. Here, this is what Sistani says, when explaining ihtiyat:
  15. Brothers please focus on the video and tell me about it. I am not here to attack Unity or to defend, I just want to know what is said in the video, and whether the audio is authentic, and whether the Arabic subtitles are consistent with the Farsi.