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  1. Marry

    If we see with Islamic terms, It is perfectly fine to marry a woman with good morals and she must be religious. But unfortunately this is taken as a taboo for a person who is single to marry a divorcee and vice versa. RasoolAllah married a divorcee just to break this taboo but only less men walked this path of RasoolAllah (s). Speaking honestly, no parent would be ready to marry his/her child to a divorcee if this is his/her first marriage.
  2. Would you befriend a Wahhabi?

    @Wholehearted Shi'a Then how do you expect to call those people to Truth? Would you let the entire lot go in vain just because they were born in a Wahhabi house?
  3. Salamun Alykum. I just had this question in my mind. Keeping Islamic Ethics in mind, Would you like to befriend a Wahhabi just to establish a normalizing relationship with him? It may happen that his misconceptions about Shiism and Shias get cleared when he knows you better..? What are your views on this? PS : I am talking about a normal Wahhabi and not a Takfiri.
  4. Iranians Openly Declare Atheism

    @Enlightened Follower Sorry for my first comment as I guessed for you as a paid fitna creator (cause they are now more in numbers). Forgive me. May Allah guide us all. And try to help Iran from your words. Spread the word of Wilayat e Faqih rather than helping the fake propaganda.
  5. Iranians Openly Declare Atheism

    Imam Khomeini and his followers had no finances and power. They gave their blood to earn those. And we have to follow the same path.
  6. Iranians Openly Declare Atheism

    And my brother, these are paid Iranians. Those who protested against the Iranian Govt. Why you take them so serious. You follow Wilayat e Faqih and you'll reach heights of servitude for Imam e Zaman (ajfs).
  7. Iranians Openly Declare Atheism

    If you're afraid then better to do something rather than defaming your own country.
  8. Iranians Openly Declare Atheism

    @Enlightened Follower I am watching your last few posts and turns out that all of them are there to defame "Iran". Either you are a paid agent or a person who has gone astray!!
  9. How did that happen?

    Read it again Sister. I said our sinful acts are abusing Mutah which is a Divine law. When we do Mutah just out of pleasure and lust we actually are abusing this law. Read when is Mutah allowed and prescribed. Any body just can't do Mutah without any strong and extreme reason.
  10. How did that happen?

    Also Islam "HIGHLY" discourages any friendship between Namahrams (Male and Female). How shameful is it that these guys went on Ziyarah (Allah o Akbar) and came back with this load of sins. Please counsel her and let her tell this to her parents because now I think she can't run away to anyone else. I pray for her condition and that she is guided to the right path. Infact We all are guided to the right path.
  11. How did that happen?

    Mutah, Mutah , Mutah. How this law of Islam is getting abused by our own sinful acts. Mutah has a strong reason. Otherwise it becomes really absurd. If you do it just for pleasure then believe me your Imaan is now like a rotten egg. Because you are abusing the Law of God. Shaytan deceives us sister. Your friend clearly is "NOT A VICTIM", since she has "MANY" Mutahs. Now if one prays a lot, it doesn't makes him/her a very religious person. Religious guarantee comes with "PIETY" and not with excessive prayers or fasting. Your friend is as much at fault here as the boys who committed Mutah with her. And I do believe that her Mutahs were the reason of her divorce. Mutah is done only in extreme conditions. I would urge my fellow Muslims to avoid abusing the Law of God just for your carnal pleasures and lusts. Remember we All have to face Allah. Its better to ask for His forgiveness before We all die and face him with a blackened face.
  12. Would you marry her?

    Salamun ALykum dear Sister. Look its very evident that Islam allowed Mutah to prevent corruption in the society. But as the time has passed, Scholars and Marajes have advised to avoid Mutah as much as possible. The new era has developed in a very sensitive form where the marriage tends to break because of little issues. And his/her partner having engaged with someone else will naturally be a big issue for anyone. So yes, on the firsthand it is advisable to avoid Mutah. But if someone has done Mutah, It is suggested to marry a guy/girl who also has done a mutah so this virginity issue is automatically cancelled at both the ends. For me, I will obviously choose a girl who has not been engaged. Since marriage is a complete encapsulation of spirit and the body. If her heart has been committed for someone else earlier, I may have serious trust issues.
  13. Anyone doing MBA in Iran

    I hope to be there within next 5-6 years for permanent settlement.
  14. Anyone doing MBA in Iran

    I am currently majoring in Computer Science from an University in India and let me tell you I have no friends here because not a single person here is morally fit to talk to. They all are dead and all day do things which make me feel horrible. So I wanted to do my Higher Education from a University where atleast I can have a group of friends who are some what religious and studious.
  15. Family bothering me

    Alaikum assalam. My only advice to you is to talk to an Aalima based in UK and ask her to pay a visit to your house and to talk to your parents in a more open way and tell them what is your "right" in Islam. Islam wants you to take your decision yourself and then seek for the permission of your guardians. And they should not reject your decision except when their point is valid to reject it. If this can't be done then I think its better to take a rigid but not a violent and disrespectful stand and oppose the marriage otherwise your entire life will be destroyed when you are forced to do something and in this case the most important thing in your life. Marriage is the purest institution within Islam with completes 2/3rd part of your faith. Marry a man who you think is religious and will respect your rights and will never oppress you because He fears Allah and He is kind and full of Akhlaq. Don't marry a guy because he has good looks and good bucks, all of these are wordly, vain and temporary. None of this will help you in this or the next world. Wassalam.