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  1. Its quite a controversy too on the actual ruling on it being obligatory. It is wajib-e takhyeri (obligatory and optional).
  2. The Friday Prayer is not an obligation because Al-Mahdi is not present he is in occultation. Pray in a Shia Mosque, I wouldnt recommend praying in a Sunni Mosque but if you bring your Turba then pray there. But I dont think you can follow the Imam al-jumuah.
  3. Hadith about Noah's Ark and Ahlulbayt is that The Holy Prophet made a comparison that his Ahlulbayt was like Noah's Ark that if you board on the Ark you will get saved and if not you will perish. This is the same concept as Ahlulbayt. Allah wanted his Ummah to be rightly guided, because how can we truly guide ourselves without a Servant of Allah. What does the Quran teach? That Allah has sent a Servant to every community and preach to them the revelation of Allah. Allah made a covenant in which the followers (Shi'a) would be rightly guided and Al-Hamdulillah that covenant has been fufilled by the One, the only Supreme King of The Supreme Throne.
  4. Salat is the Remembrance Of Allah. Without Salat, people will forget Allah. Keep pushing to remembering Allah in Salat. It is not hard at all. Because without remembering the Almighty Supreme King then transitioning from Ruku to Sujood and reciting the Quran would be pointless.
  5. Then what am I waiting for? Lets get to training!!!
  6. Faith can be defined various ways. A connection with a higher concept of a being. A trust, confidence. Its all about the right interpretation of the conception of faith. What is your perception of it from the above definitions?
  7. Verily you what you do is okay. Your hair needs to be wiped with water (unless if it was Jabira Wudhu) . You should be okay.
  8. I would agree that many religions use such leverage except the path that the Supreme King exposed me to for my own sake.
  9. Brother you will see me playing for Los Blancos. Real Madrid! Inshallah. I also have German blood too which gives me good genes for soccer.
  10. Because maintaining such a profession and at the same making sure that I stay on a pious level with Allah.
  11. They accept some of the Divinely appointed leaders but not all of them. They only believe in about 4 Imams out of all 12. Their practices are quite different.
  12. They feel guided by Allah just as we do.
  13. Assalam Alaikum Brothers and Sisters. For quite time of my life I tried to find a career that I want to pursue. There was being a Doctor, Lawyer, Runner. I found that Dream 2 years ago. I want to be a Soccer Player. Throughout my life I played soccer, never truly stopped, never wanted to quit. I have gotten quite good, in good shape, good fitness but should I go for it? Would Allah be okay with it? I know I can make it, I asked Allah and I have a feeling I can but should I?
  14. Rasoolalah's infallibility in Hadith reference : ـ رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): أنا أديبُ اللّه‏ِ وعليٌّ أدِيبي . The Prophet Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÂáå said, ‘I have been educated by Allah Himself and Ali has been educated by me.’[Makarim al-Akhlaq, v. 1, p. 51, no. 19] You may not be into Shia narrations but this is my source.
  15. Humility is an important trait for a Muslim. Humility is such an honourable trait that it can be a root for a fortune of good deeds. The Prophets, the Ahlulbayt had this trait and they upholded it and valued it greatly. Humility can closer to Allah. Humility is gateway to good virtues. Humility is someone believing that they have low importance of their self. This can bring good manners, keeping up daily obligations, connecting with family better, wanting to achieve good, tawfiq. We can inherit concept of Humility by reflecting on ourselves. If we reflect on ourselves we can remember the mistakes we made in the past, our sins. If we self-reflect we can better improve ourselves and realize that we are not as righteous as we think, that we have to submit to Allah better.