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  1. False Prophets.

    There is this site http://najaf.org/english/?#ask but mainly for yes/no questions, typically for details you would have to call or ask in person, since it requires more time to give the complete answer.
  2. The Hijab

    You cannot simply tell a man to "calm his boner" like you say. its not his choice it goes up. That is biology. Islam does not deny biology. The Truth is that hair and body of female is sexual. Not understanding this simply means one has not grown up as an adult fully. Men dont find it comfortable when you make their own daughters walk around like that (western clothing), so its hypocritical to make other people's daughters dress like that. Logically speaking, the Hijab is the most DOMINANT form of modesty that brings back respect and honor and dignity for women. All other dress codes send forth dishonor and humiliation for women.
  3. Please help me convince my mother....

    This is the reason why dating and flirting are haram. Its a betrayal of the parents. Would you want another boy to flirt with your daughter? Then don't flirt with others.
  4. Everyone but shia are preparing

    One way for men might be to work out and train their bodies in the gym so that the Imam will have strong bodies ready to sacrifice themselves for Islam. One way for women might be to raise their children with strong identity of Islam and awareness of the Mahdi. If not married yet, then observe strong modesty so that we can be a role model and example of haya and respect for others.
  5. Is this an ex-muslim?

    Some people had Muslim fathers and Christians mothers so they tell everyone they were Muslim when in reality they grew up with their Christian side of the family and they developed a hatred for Islam.
  6. mutta

    If muta is being done just for "fun" I don't think its allowed right? It should be a precursor to marriage.
  7. If energy is eternal is God needed?

    That is my point (or actually Islam's point) because you need energy to cause the Big Bang yet they say it happened due to randomness (quantum fluctuations the term they use).
  8. English (Only) Noha / Latmiyya / Qasida

    This is personally my favourite English Latmiya, mashallah. Small note, some images are a bit graphic (with blood) and sad.
  9. Mulla Sadra proof of god

    Bismillah Irahman Iraheem, This answer Mulla Sadr is partly answering the question of "Did the Universe begin to exist or was it there forever?" Here is a complete understanding of the answer in simpler terms with analogies. This answer is divided into two main parts followed last by the above answer by Mulla Sadr supported by this context. Did the Universe begin to exist or was it there forever? Let’s look at the “forever/infinite” option. If I had a gun and I was about to shoot you, but before I did, I had to ask the person behind me for permission to shoot you, then that person asked the person behind him for permission for me to shoot, and that person asked the person behind him, etc. If this process went on forever, will I ever be able to shoot you? No. Similarly, if I told you that I finished counting to infinity, and then I did my math homework, would you believe that I did my homework? No? Why not? “Because it is impossible to finish something that is infinite. You would never even get to start your homework because you would not finish counting to infinity”. In that case, how can someone say the universe is infinite, AND THEN we came to be? Thus, back to the original question: Did the universe begin to exist or was it there forever? Forever would be irrational. Whatever begins to exist has a cause. The universe began to exist. Therefore, the universe has a cause. Do you believe that your great-great-great-great-great grandmother existed? Yes? Why? There is no Scientific, no Tangible, no DNA, no Evidence available to confirm that. However, we still believe in her existence. Why? Because it does not matter what science says in this case, Logic dictates that your great-grandmother existed because of the fact you are existing right now. Science does not have the tools to answer this question; it is limited in its scope. However, your great-grandmother’s existence is a Necessity because of your existence today. Similarly, the existence of God follows the same logic. The fact that we are here today means there had to be a cause that created this universe. Therefore, one answer Mulla Sadr is providing is that the question of “Who created God” is thus equivalent of saying “There is no creation”. Because you need a final point in the chain of cause and effect, otherwise you would never have creation in the first place. Thus, rejecting Allah's existence is rejecting yourself. Wassalam
  10. If energy is eternal is God needed?

    That is contradicting the Big Bang Theory which states all "energy" was created via the Big Bang. There was nothing in the Universe that existed before this. Allah is outside the boundaries and limitations of this Universe (which He created), thus Allah existed "before" the Big Bang (since He caused it).
  11. In defence of SAN on Muawiyah reply 2 Adnan Rashid

    Salam, I am a bit confused and new, did Ammar Nakshawani accidentally praise Muawiya (la) or something? Thanks.