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  1. Salam brother I think you mixed some things up.. Look whol I quoted, I was not answering the intial question bit sister islandsandmirrors.. Pleae read carefully before you point your fingers towards me.
  2. Salam sister! Do not listen to them, them, who want to separate the muslims. Stay with your man if you two are happy and striving for a better Iman, stay together for Allah swt., cause neither our prophet nor our Imams were Sunni or Shia, they were muslims. You are an idol for the muslims and muslim unity, keep it up! Wish you the best InshAllah!
  3. It is like money so there should not be a problem but I am no scholar.
  4. Was Avicenna a Shia?

    Yes, he was an ismaeli shia.
  5. Is global warming a myth?

    Wow you really cannot read.
  6. Is global warming a myth?

    I am sorry if you never went to school or if you are too lazy to read but if you would continues reading you would read this (and now I will stop discussing and not waste my time since I see you are ignorant) : But why exactly did this happen? The impenetrable snow was a result of retreating sea ice in the adjoining Barents and Kara Seas, according to the researchers. Caused by unusually warm temperatures, the melting ice produced high levels of evaporation and humidity, which in turn prompted heavy bouts of rain that soaked the snowy ground below (a phenomenon scientists refer to as ROS, or “rain-on-snow” events). The ROS events were followed by a sudden dip in temperature that caused the snow to freeze.
  7. Is global warming a myth?

    Ok, then do not believe climate change is man made, it is your choice. Thank god most of us start to wake up. Edit: https://www.google.de/amp/m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5832bda6e4b058ce7aabe78e/amp Oh yeah, Siberia is much better now hahahah....
  8. Is global warming a myth?

    https://climate.nasa.gov/images-of-change?id=623#623-arctic-sea-ice-coverage-hits-record-low This should answer it.
  9. should i do Muta?

    Thanks @Islandsandmirrors @rkazmi33 and @Ron_Burgundy for understanding me and not theowing accusations at me like some others here do. I am disappointed by some people here, too, but kheyr InshAllah. I will leave this discussion now.
  10. should i do Muta?

    Wow, so you say the Prophet sas. was not a good husband to them? That is where our discussion ends then.
  11. should i do Muta?

    But I was not anwering in general but to OP specifically so that does not concern me. I asked him if he is sure that his wife is happy. Because if he cannot keep ONE wife happy and be a good man to her he will never be able to be a good man to multiple wives. That is all I said, can't speak for the others if you meant them.
  12. Of she is religious she will be a convinced sunni. Besides that, if you ask her to look into shia islam, are you ready to look into sunni islam, too? Because maybe that is what she will ask for. You can marry her as sunni it does not hinder you. And if someone does not truly believe in the shia thoughts what is the point of "converting" just for marriage when she will still follow the sunni madhab in reality. So, either compromise and take her as she is or continue searching.
  13. should i do Muta?

    Islam allows many wifes to those that can support all. Do you really think Islam just says go and take 4 wives and do not bother about thinking if you can care for them?
  14. should i do Muta?

    Wow what a troll. Are you serious? So just because a woman says no to a second woman she is bad? That is rude towards all shia sisters and I hope you apologise for that. Are you sure you are a good husband to your wife? Are you sure she is 100% happy with you? Are you sure you would be able to "man up" and care for two wives and all their children? And to keep them 100% satisfied and happy and be there when they need you, always? This forum keeps getting crazy sometime. Thank Allah swt. most of us are rational and wiser than this. May Allah swt. guide us all.
  15. Majority

    What is interesting is that the majority that lived in the prophets time decided to follow Abu Bakr. I always wonder why since it is known what the prophet daid about Ali as. so there must be a reason for them. Or maybe they just followed the one with more money or political influence? Did Abu Bakr have that?