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  1. Why Muslims Love Fatima (S) | Br. Khalil Jafar | Must Watch Amazing ! especially the conclusion.
  2. Iranian woman reported missing after waving hijab

    Please read this article.Well though and researched answers on the issue http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/01/us-government-runs-anti-head-scarf-campaign-against-iran.html#more some quotes
  3. Iranian woman reported missing after waving hijab

    Really ? the dailymail ? the dailymail isnt a reliable source on anything remotly iranian so its not worth any discussion anymore.I hope this discussion ends here
  4. When did men stop being men

    You just made my day with this post. I was scrolling down : ah jayden smith ,aka the guy with crazy tweets ,he has a weird haircut and weird tshirt but meh i have seen worst Another scroll down: eww that skirt,oh woah that skirt is absolutely horrendous and the pose is certainly not helping well at least he is wearing shorts underneath so its not you know....all out.
  5. abusive father

    Look I dont have a clear view on your situation only you know that,But if I were you I would work quietly and steadily on a way out. Perhaps you finished your studies and maybe you could focus on finding work preferably some distance away from him. Or maybe you havent finished yet maybe think about going back to school for degree/certificate that would allow you to work. Also search for scholarships grants etc. Trust the first step to emancipation is financial independance. Another point you should think about : you are 28 years and your mother,that you care for deeply apparently,is only getting older do you you want her to still spend her old age at his beck and call ?I think not, so if you dont have other siblings she is your responsibility as well .
  6. True. I am not talking about his case specifically, but if someone is willing to be such an extremist in his thinking (as in being an Islamophobic white supremacist) then there is something fundamentally wrong in his thinking independently from his ideology. As you said lets hope he finds the true path and doesn't end up becoming a wahabist or getting shot by his former cohorts.
  7. I will pray for him.Inshallah he recovers soon
  8. How to avoid haraam in western world

    One word be an unmoveable object.Your faith is an unmoveable object. I am currently studying in the West and I am a visible minority.Not only am I a woman wearing a hijab but my field is also predominently male. In your third point you said : first of all :its a sin.So honestly I dont care two cents if its normal here or not.What I realised after coming here is that it depends on you and solely on you.For me I do not shake hands with men and when one presents his hands I just say no.yes simply no.usually they look at me for a few seconds and they get embarassed and then they move on and nobody mentions it again.Sometimes they even try another form of greeting like a bow or clasping their hands and I think hmm this might be a good person, and it sort of became a measure of judging for me.Trust me its very easy to weed out the racist bigot from the lot then.Saves you a lot of headache and secondguessing later on. My advice is since you are a man (I assume from your name) dont shake hands with either women or men and you dont need to justify yourself or your believes to anybody.I noticed in the early days that the times where I just said no clearly and politely bordering on being brutally frank were the times I was respected and valued as opposed to the times when I got red in the face and looked embarassed.Because in the end what do I have to be embarassed for?This is me,this is my religion and those are my believes take it or leave it for I wont change for you. dont do طاعة المخلوق في معصية الخالق Another point (bare with me I know I am ranting here but this really is close to home for me) When I came here there was a lot of talk of cultural shock (phase one is of course complete and utter admiration ad enthrallement by their so called democarcy freedom progress bla bla ...) I remember the first day we had a guided tour in my university ,its one of the best in the country so you can imagine it was pretty grand with all the technology you could dream about, and then I asked if there was a prayer room and guess what do I get ? guess just guess.go on the dirty floor of the security stairs landing where the closest toilet is 3 floors up. why ? why you ask ? because apparently this is a "laicque " society.Then what about the 2 churches annexed to the uni and the megachurch down the street(I am not even kidding,I wish I was kidding). Fine , not a problem thank God I live around the block. And then I go to buy my first groceries and what do I see in the streets in -24C december weather beggars wearing sleevless shirts.Old and young,of all ethnicities. and do you know what their views on giving money to those beggars are :Me? giving money to them?! so they can buy drugs and booze? OMG! Why are they allowed in the metro station after closing time (-30C weather)?its going to smell of rot and excrement tommorrow dont they have shelters for them? shelters ?yes they have shelters,I know of them and you know what, they treat their animals better than they treat those مساكين in those shelters. I have a third point about the food, to go to my classes in a certain part of the uni I have to pass the food court ,everytime I pass it (almost daily) there is a certain smell that lingers , that is so strong I almost feel its precense at this point it has become part of the walls.At first i thought it was uncleanliness or something but then they are sticklers for the law and following codes here so that must not be it.Then I realised it was pork and non halal meat. And so everytime our professor asked about cultural shock and which phase of integration *cough* assimilation and mental slavery we where in,all I saw were those beggars,'that prayer room' and I swear sometimes I could smell pork and of course I had to keep a blank expression on my face while all I could think of was you hypocrite you build this country on blood lies and ظلم and you call yourself civilised and whats more you want us to call you civilised. You are Iranian, correct ? You should be proud, you should hold you head high because you probably are the only country to have made a true revolution in the past century.Your men and women are speakers of truth and of justice and I think that what the past days/ decades have proven that the Iranian people are dispite and inspite of the attacks by the rest of the world you are one of the most conscious and aware people in the world. Do you think they know about whats going on in Syria ,Iraq, about the unspeakable ظلم happening in Yemen and Palestine and Nigeria and Rohinga ? Do you think they know what their darling military is really doing in our lands ? No , they dont and they probably never will and they will end their lives just as they lived them as empty mindless sheep فهم كالانعام .eventhough god gave them countless opportunities to turn to light (because god is just). You know they see the hijab and they think naive,religious (negative connotation here) or worse terrorist and different/other. they see the color of my skin and my name and they think inferior and ignorant. Fine underestimate us all for all I care.Because one day Imam Al Mahdi will come عجل الله فرجه الشريف and he will end your tyranny and truth will shine and you will reap what you sowed
  9. Alsalamu alaykum , My brother is thinking about contiunuing his studies in Canada, as he might receive the funds to study a subject he is really interested in. But he is rather hesitant as it will be his fist time travelling and living on his own.But we talked and I convinced him that choosing an area where there is a strong involved shia community might ease the transition (my brother is really involved in our local community but hates change). So which area would you suggest? جزاكم الله كل خير
  10. for those who can read arabic please take a look at this ALMAYADEEN article https://www.almayadeen.net/news/politics/850229/إيران-في-عين-العاصفة-الأميركية-عداء-تاريخي-ورغبة-جامحة-بالان/
  11. hey guys Islamic Pulse posted a video answering all our question and clarifying the issue as always.I think we can all agree that Islamic pulse is a trusted and reliable source The Reality behind the Iran Protests | Backfire Islamic Pulse
  12. guys I find that these articles explain the situation really well. http://www.moonofalabama.org/2017/12/iran-early-us-support-for-rioters-hints-at-a-larger-plan.html#more http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/01/iran-protests-decrease-riots-increase-us-prepares-for-the-next-phase.html#more For those not interested in reading them here are some excerpts and this The small groups that hijacked the protests against Rouhani's economic polices were heavily promoted by the usual suspects of U.S. influence operations. Avaaz, the RAND cooperation, Human Rights Watch and others immediately jumped onto the bandwagon. (True to form HRW's Ken Roth used a picture of a pro-government rally to illustrate the much smaller anti-government protests.) The smaller groups that hijacked and publicized the demonstration seem well coordinated. But they are far from a genuine movement or even a majority. On the morning of December 30 large demonstrations in support of the Iranian republic were taking place in several cities. In Tehran several thousand people took part. The self described "Iran junkie" of the Brookings Center for Middle East Policy, Suzanne Maloney, interpreted these as counter-demonstrations to the small gatherings the night before: The "Iran junkie" and "expert" did not know that yearly pro-government demonstrations are held in Iran on each 9th of Dey (Iranian calender) since 2009 and are planned well in advance. They commemorate the defeat of the CIA color revolution attempt in 2009.
  13. Muslim girl beaten due to her religion

    gee--zeus I see what you did there hhhhh & I totally agree
  14. what do you think of this picture?

    He is still allive I think.I just think that this picture encapsulates everything thats happening right now
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