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    Sayed Muhammad Sadiq Sadr

    May Allah have mercy on his soul.
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    Q&A lectures (Share them here)

    I've watched this one before:
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    Yanny or Laurel?

    Laurel.
  4. Question: Is precum impure? Precum is the pre-ejaculate fluid. Answer: No, it is not impure. https://www.sistani.org/english/qa/01181/#25309
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    Working Out in this Holy Month

    Alaykum asalam Best time would be (finishing) 10-20 minutes before iftaar. This is so you can get all the protein/nutrients needed to repair your muscles directly after tiring them out. Otherwise, I wouldn't recommend working out way before (hours before iftaar), as this will tire you out tremendously throughout the day.
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    Death Note (2006 TV show)

    Light lost his sanity towards the end. A perfect representation of what too much power can do to you.
  7. A short sermon our holy prophet (may Allah send peace and blessings upon him and his family) gave just before the start of the month of Ramadan.
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    How much does death scare you

    Another hadith says, when one has reached that level; he will achieve foresight. Abbas ibn Ali (as) was not an imam, and he had this quality.
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    Music

    In this situation, you are not sinning; you are fine. It is all about the intention. If you are intentionally listening to the music, you would be sinning. If you are only hearing the music, not listening, then you will not be blamed. Same goes for malls, restaurants, etc. If you are not there to listen to the music, and it just so happens to be playing in the background, Allah understands and does not record it as sin.
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    Using Soap While Ghusl

    If you become junub (impure) from a haraam act (fornication, masturbation, etc.), it is recommended you perform the ghusl with cold water. Not obligatory, just mustahab. 379. If a person who entered the state of Janabat due to an unlawful act takes a bath with warm water, the Ghusl will be valid even though one may perspire at that time. But the recommended precaution is that such a person should do Ghusl with cold water. http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2168/
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    World war 3

    Ya imam zaman
  12. So in North America, the first day of fasting is Thursday, May 17?
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    awrah

    According to Sayed Sistani (ha), going to swim at mixed beaches is absolutely forbidden "Question: Is it permissible for a Muslim man to go to a mixed swimming pool with the knowledge that the women there swimming suits form and would not listen to any admonishing? Answer: Although looking without bad thoughts or lustful intentions at the women who are indecently dressed (and who would not listen to you if you wish to admonish them) is allowed, yet based on obligatory precaution, going to such places is absolutely forbidden." https://www.sistani.org/english/qa/01241/
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    My First Ramadan

    Alaykum asalam, It annoys me how people stuff themselves up before Fajr, or use their 'life hacks/tricks' so that they don't feel very hungry while they're fasting. I believe it kills the purpose of fasting. I would advise you to stay away from doing this, so that you are actually building self-control and sabr during your sawm. (a small, simple meal is sufficient) We are in the holy month of sha'ban, and there are 11 days left of this blessed month, which the prophet himself (s) said that "Rajab is Allah's month, while Sha'ban is mine". So clearly one can find that this month is no ordinary one, but one of a high status. Fasting is very, very, very, beneficial and recommended during the months of Rajab and Sha'ban I highly recommend you fast the next 11 days to prepare yourself spiritually, physically, and mentally for the month of Ramadan.. Not to mention the intense reward you will be receiving for fasting on this month.
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    Sayyed Ammar Naskhkawani done?

    Wow. Men who fear Allah and rely on Him alone are extremely rare. In fact, one could say there are only 313 out of a billion. I honestly don't even know what to say.
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