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  1. Yes, it can only be done under certain conditions. Specifically, when one fears for their life, their wealth and the life of their family. However, one is not allowed to practice Taqiyyah if it would result in the death of another Muslim or if it would harm the religion of Islam.
  2. Ah, I remember that movie! I think it's already been translated to English, but not sure if it's been translated into any other languages.
  3. Imam Sadiq (AS) has said, " Drop carelessness, your belief will find a root. Wanting too much will send out the belief from the heart. Wanting too much, be it the wealth of this world or position, will dry out the root of the religion and the belief." The Prophet (PBUH) has said, " Wanting too much and the belief will never gather in one heart ." Beharul Anwaar, Vol. 67, page 304. Soluke Ashuraei, Manzel Chaharrum by Ayatollah Sheikh Mojtaba Tehrani, Page 125.
  4. Things haven't been going too well for me. Please guys...remember me in your prayers.
  5. Definitely! But HOW can we encourage it?!
  6. I am also happy to help, if needed.
  7. That sounds really frustrating. It's absolutely not okay for a mother to make derogatory remarks, even if her daughter is wrong. There is an abundance of ways she can get her point across without sounding rude or aggressive. I know that it can get emotionally overwhelming, particularly if she is very critical. However, always remember that getting defensive will never work. In fact, it can make the situation even worse. Also, it's extremely important to try not to internalise what your mother says. I hope and pray that things get better for you, InshaAllah.
  8. Normally 6-7 hours.
  9. My sister made them, and she used custard for the filling. You can make it sweet or savoury. I don't know of any good recipes tbh.
  10. Going to be 20 this year? I was 10 when this thread was created!
  11. Wa Alaikum Assalam, There is one with English subtitles:
  12. Last week. السلام عليك يا علي بن موسي الرضا(ع)
  13. Wa. Alaikum Assalam, It does not matter which niyyat you do first.