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  1. I won't argue with you on that on, spending all your time with one wife and not the other (unless she gives permission for that) is not treating her fairly. I just mean you cannot control emotional favoritism but you can control how you deal with them. Here is an excerpt from sistani.org: Question: What is the meaning of “justice” required by religious law in dealing with one’s wives? Answer: The justice that is required [in dealing with polygamy] is related to the division [of time between them] in the sense that when he spends a night with one of them then, he must spend one night each with the rest of them in every four nights.The justice that is required as a recommendation is equality in spending money, giving attention, cheerfulness, and fulfillment of their sexual needs, etc.
  2. You are miss using this ayah brother, no where does it talk about favorites. You cannot control whether you have a "favorite" or not. The ayah talks about doing justice between your wives.
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    Interfaith Marriage, what is your opinion?

    The article has a kafir who "married" a Muslima which is obviously haram. It is not a marriage it is just zina. The shari' punishment for this is death (not advocating it just saying to illustrate the severity of this action in the shariah). Pretty crazy a masjid would sanction something so heinous well I guess it isn't that surprising when we have "Muslims" who do the same with homosexual "marriage"....
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    Sufism in Shiasm . . .

    There is also the issue of shiaism influencing sufism which happened a lot. Many sufi orders had quasi-imami elements with heavy glorification of the 12 imams (as). Lets not forget the safavids were a sufi order that converted to 12ver shiaism. A lot of sufis believe that the nur of Muhammad (sawa) was the first creation, not much support for this in sunni texts but a lot of support from shia texts. The way they describe their "saints" is very similiar to how we view the imams (as) which is interesting. Probably one reason why shia historically criticized sufis is that they basically made their "saints" into imams like we believe in. Excerpt from sufi text regarding "saints", I think you'll notice what I'm talking about regarding how we view the imams and how they view their "saints". KHALIFATULLAH A SINCERE Wali of Allah is the Representative (Khalifah) of Allah Ta’ala on earth. He is the rooh (soul) of creation. All creation exists on his presence. Everything supplicates for the grace emanating from his spiritual effulgence. His heart and brain are the repositories of Divine Knowledge and Grace. Allah Ta’ala has decreed him (the Wali) as His special servant and has granted him the closest of proximity. Allah Ta’ala has expanded his breast for the understanding of the meaning of His Kalaam (The Qur’aan Shareef). Allah Ta’ala has granted him the Knowledge of the Qur’aan and has revealed to him the inner meanings and realities of the verses so that he may guide mankind and cure its spiritual maladies. He (the Wali) has been appointed by Allah Ta’ala to execute the obligation of Amr Bil Ma’roof (Commanding virtue) and Nahi anil Munkar (prohibiting evil). He (the Wali) cleanses the hearts from impurities and the intelligence from deception thus elevating people onto Siraatul Mustaqeem. Such a person is the true Khalifah of Allah Ta’ala on earth. He is the ultimate purpose for the creation of the universe. He is the follower of the example of Nabi (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). He is the guard of Tauheed. He is the basis for the salvation of mankind. I emphasize that you make incumbent upon you the association with such a person and benefit from his spiritual grace. (Hadhrat Qutb Rabbaani, Shaikh Abdul Qadir Jilaani (rahmatullahi alayh)
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    Leaving shia islam?

    You shouldn't judge shi'ism by what some modern Iranian shia may say. You should judge it by the infallibles (as). The prophet (sawa) left us with the thaqalayn. The prophet (sawa) didn't say as Umar said "the book of Allah is enough for us" when he didn't write the prophet's last testament. For most of our history we've been very oppressed and continue to be oppressed by many so called "Muslims". I'm sure people would have been very impressed by the outward religiousness of nasibi scholars in the umayyad and abbasid empires too.Those so called scholars that were slaves of tyrants. Why follow the poor imam kazim (as) when you can follow the rich and powerful harun abbasi? People with that mindset still live in jahiliyya. They never left the jahili matrix. Just like when the israelites left egypt (in body) they were still in the matrix of pharoah (in the mind), they valued what the pharoahic system valued so they even wanted to take an idol like them.
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    Yanny or Laurel?

    Anyone else hear ya3ni?
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    Do Shias get along better with Sunnis or Ibadis?

    I think the reason Iran has a good relationship with Oman is that Oman tries to stay neutral. Kinda odd that shia get along better with ibadhis than sunnis considering ibadhis (historically) are nawasib. Nawasib in the real sense of the word meaning they historically have hated Ali (as), not surprising given they are khawarij. That being said, I have no idea if modern ibadhis are nawasib. Does anyone here know about how modern ibadhis feel about Ali (as)? Do they have the same view as their nasibi predecessors?
  8. The imam of our time (aj) recommended for his shia to recite dua al-iftitah everyday during Ramadan. May Allah give us the ability to benefit from this blessed month.
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    Iraq Election Results

    Interesting development. What's the problem with Iraqis not wanting to be under the thumb of Iran? Iraq is not part of Iran...
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    Cursing sunni personalities

    The reason why we should curse the enemies of ahlul bayt (as) is that through this we gain nearness to Allah and are rewarded by Him. By cursing the enemies of ahlul bayt (as) we affirm our wilayah to ahlul bayt (as). There are so many ahadith in our books about the virtues of cursing them specially cursing abu bakr and umar, which raises the authenticity of those ahadith on it that may be 'weak' in chain. Some ahadith go as far as to say all sins are on their neck and that anyone who loves them is a kafir. Here are two examples from al-kafi shareef 2. قال الإمام موسى بن جعفر الكاظم (عليهما السلام) لمّا سُئل عن أبي بكر وعمر: «هما الكافران عليهما لعنة الله والملائكة والناس أجمعين. والله ما دخل قلب أحد منهما شيء من الإيمان. كانا خدّاعين مرتابين منافقين حتى توفتهما ملائكة العذاب إلى محل الخزي في دار المقام». (الكافي الشريف ج8 ص125). Imam Musa ibn ja'far al-kazhim (as) was asked about abu bakr and umar and replied: "They are kuffar, upon them is the curse of Allah, the angels and all of mankind. By Allah not a single thing from faith entered into their hearts. They were cheats, distrustful and hypocrites till the angels of punishment took them to the place of disgrace in darul maqam." 3. كان أئمة أهل البيت (عليهم السلام) يلعنون أعداء الله في الصلوات وفي أدبار الصلوات كما كان يفعل الإمام الصادق عليه السلام، فقد أخرج الكليني عن الحسين بن ثوير وأبي سلمة السراج قالا: ”سمعنا أبا عبد الله عليه السلام وهو يلعن في دبر كل مكتوبة أربعة من الرجال وأربعا من النساء، أبو بكر وعمر وعثمان ومعاوية، وعائشة وحفصة وهند وأم الحكم أخت معاوية“. (الكافي ج3 ص342). The imams of ahlul bayt (as) used to curse the enemies of Allah in their prayers and after their prayers as Imam Sadiq (as) did. This was reported by al-kulayni from al-hussain ibn thwair and abi salama who said: "we heard aba abdillah (as) and he cursed at the end of every prayer four men and four women abu bakr, umar, uthman, muawiyah, aisha, hafsa, hind, and umm alhakam the sister of muawiyah."
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    South Afrika: attack on mosque

    Ironic you mention the taliban when a large amount of South African Muslims actually support the taliban since they are deobandis. But that's inconvenient for your racist nonsense.
  12. That's interesting, personally I'm not a fan of the idea of polygamy. Interesting to note is that the prophet (sawa) was monogamous for quite a while, throughout his entire marriage to Khadijah (as). I kinda think of it like the prophet's true love, its heartwarming to read about. In addition to this the year she and Abu Talib (as) died was termed the year of sorrow (عام الحزن‎). Here's an interesting narration from bukhari from Aisha, some riwayat of it mention the prophet (sawa) talking about the love in his heart for Khadijah (as). Narrated `Aisha: I did not feel jealous of any of the wives of the Prophet (ﷺ) as much as I did of Khadija though I did not see her, but the Prophet (ﷺ) used to mention her very often, and when ever he slaughtered a sheep, he would cut its parts and send them to the women friends of Khadija. When I sometimes said to him, "(You treat Khadija in such a way) as if there is no woman on earth except Khadija," he would say, "Khadija was such-and-such, and from her I had children."
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    Question: PLASTIC + Oceans

    Of course many benefits came from industrialization but they came at a cost. A drastic one to the environment. Its depressing to see the environmental impact especially in the long term.
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    Question: PLASTIC + Oceans

    The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race. I try to avoid reading about these things because its just depressing as hell to see the state of the world and how we are destroying the planet.
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    Ammar Nakshwani

    Let's not backbite our brother Ammar... He's not perfect but he's done a lot of good which I think far outweighs his mistakes. I'd suggest for mods to lock the thread...
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