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  1. What do you do when you're home alone?

    What you just said is pretty absurd, you are not anything special monad, sorry for saying this. "What ever is going inside ones' mind, goes on his tongue" -Imam Ali (a).
  2. What do you do when you're home alone?

    You know half of people here are married?
  3. only FGC11 and L93 are related to Arabic people as it seems to be unique in Arabian peninsula and North Africa. And it means that most of Arabic tribes, who are of FGC11 lineage, descend from a unique male who possibly lived in Mesopotamia or Levant 4600 years ago, and moved southwards. What makes it strange is the fact that, except FGC11, all other lineages of J1 are speakers of non-Semitic languages. This might be a clue that FGC11 lineage might have adopted Arabic and Canaanite languages 4000-4600 years ago. Our hypothesis for language replacement of J1-FGC11 from Sumerian to Hebrew and Arabic, which we call Semitic languages now, is based on historical events and records as well. https://www.haplogroups.org/haplogroup-j1-is-not-semitic Very interesting article, pretty doubtful, although.
  4. I am in a dilemma!

    She probably saw a money bill hanging off your pocket. Just tell her, that she is like a friend to you, and that your faith is against relationships.
  5. Every verse has 5 or more interpretations, since the Arabic in Qur'an is very eloquent.
  6. The Prophet in the Cave

    The Prophet used to meditate in a cave near Mecca, known as Ghar-e-Hira, and it was there that he received his first revelation from Allah. He was forty years of age at that time. His wife, Khadija, and his cousin, Ali, were among the first people who believed in his Prophethood. He started inviting people to the new religion, which revolved around the basic belief of Tawheed (Oneness of God), to which only a few people responded positively, while most of the polytheists ridiculed him and some of them eventually became bitter enemies. Source: https://www.al-islam.org/person/prophet-muhammad
  7. How tall are you?

    I am currently 170 cm, though which age your growth ended? How much a male gains cms during 1 year?
  8. Meaning of Syed

    Just, WHERE did you get that idea?! In that case, 11 of the Imams (a) are sinners! He doesn't come from the line of Fatima (a), hence, he is Hashimi but not Sayyed.
  9. The Delusions of Atheists

    Yes, God created the cosmos, he bounded it by special laws, listed by God. However these laws, created by God wouldn't be applied to him. That also what I can use for the point I mentioned as miracles. For example why would Evolution not be something done by God? Aren't creations heading to the "better" after all? Fine tuning is clear in this universe. Agreed. However, the summary I wanted to utter differently, was, That God doesn't necessarily intervenes, he created this cosmos we live at. For example Quantum fluctuations, they use this argument for the unlikeness of a creator. But it was really a "force" or "law of nature". How are they so sure it wasn't a law put by God? I think it was a good explanation, but some points I had to disagree with you. Another normal discussion in this world I just was clearing the fact that I thought you were an atheist.
  10. Meaning of Syed

    As well as Imam Hassan (as)
  11. The Delusions of Atheists

    The black background is literally "nothing", there was nothing so the universe could actually form/change to.
  12. The Delusions of Atheists

    This answer above is nothing except your opinion of God. And opinions are known to vary between ones mind and others' thoughts. The article you provided for me above is a pretty biased anti religion, and the first proof is the presence of the word "childish". However for him who is a doctor they are divine and important things one should hold. In addition that I quited a research, not someone hating over someone's system of beliefs. Wassalam.
  13. Can God destroy Himself?

    Our mind is still too limited to understand such probabilities, we must first understand WHAT is God? Ask yourself this question, what is Allah made of? What is his nature? Can we read his mind? I'm sure of the results.
  14. The Delusions of Atheists

    I quote from a research done by Doctor "Justin Barrett' about if God was "proposed" by Humans to be the creator, it clearly contradicts you: Dr Barrett claimed anthropologists have found that in some cultures children believe in God even when religious teachings are withheld from them. "Children's normally and naturally developing minds make them prone to believe in divine creation and intelligent design. In contrast, evolution is unnatural for human minds; relatively difficult to believe." The co-director of the project, Professor Roger Trigg, from the University of Oxford, said the research showed that religion was “not just something for a peculiar few to do on Sundays instead of playing golf”. “We have gathered a body of evidence that suggests that religion is a common fact of human nature across different societies,” he said. God already established this idea in your birth primitiveness, and you were born into it. It's not until you diverted away, mostly at "atheistic" countries which are pretty away from the idea of an omnipotent creator. And this asserts that society does affect in ones' inner thoughts, as the Doctor also referred: “Interestingly, we found that religion is less likely to thrive in populations living in cities in developed nations where there is already a strong social support network.”