Laayla

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  1. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Sister Sidnaq, You are sooooo cute in your honesty. I like your boldness sister. Sister, when we start making changes, we will see our environment also changing. I suggest you get busy and find something you like and do. Boredom easily causes fights, so you need to keep yourself occupied. Does your center need volunteers for the holy month of Ramadhan? Are you into baking and learning how to make desserts? What about craft projects? Do you like little children? You can be a role model for them and teach them about deen or help them make projects. The key point sister is to be proactive. Do something. Don't just stick around the house and wait for someone to get angry or frustrated. I don't know how old you are, but there are scholarships available for teens who volunteer in the community. If you like politics or want to write Islamic articles you can get involved by writing a topic of your choice. Check with Islamicinsights.com Don't expect people to change, we have no control over that. We have control over ourselves. We can react in a positive way or negatively. Go to your local library and check out books of your leisure. I don't know if you like classical books like Jane Eyre and To Kill a Mockingbird or more pop cultural books like HP. Most importantly, out of all the options I said above, the best now is to open Quran and try to complete the 30 sections within 30 days. This is a wonderful goal where you will benefit in dunya and akheera. I wish you the best lil sis M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah BTW, you live in the biggest shia community in Toronto, contact youth centers in your area and help out. There you will meet friends and serve the community. Send them a message or call them and see how you can get involved. You never know who will meet, unless you go out and try. I promise Internet will not make you happy, you need to have connections with human beings and build relationships.
  2. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum There is a few days left of Shaban and we will start the month of Allah. What do you have for us to reach taqwa? Any lectures you recommend us to listen? M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  3. I wish I could attend these courses.
  4. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. What are you saying, you will hit me with a bat? I wasn't going to aim at the face! You made me look at your breakfast pic for the second time and 1.5 hrs left until iftar! You horrible Muslim, you. You broke all etiquette rules! Insh'Allah my reward is double from Allah, because this is torture! If the technology allowed it, you would have attached how it smelled too. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  5. I'm fasting and I'm looking at this now. If brother Marbles was next to me I would have pinched him in his arm, of course he would be wearing long sleeves. *stomach growling * REQUEST TO MODS: MONTH OF RAMADHAN THIS THREAD IS LOCKED OPEN NEW THREAD: IFTAR TONIGHT IS....
  6. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. You are right Muslims do not care. Who here on SC mentioned about the plight of Sheikh Issa Qassem? There are posts about Manchester, people who care about certain countries, and then when our own blood, our brothers, from Bahrain were attacked not one post. Who here knows what happened to Sheikh Issa yesterday? News feeds, constant updates every second, any type of media, who reported what happened to Sheikh Issa Qaseem, except Al Manar and Al Mayadeen? Why are some news items pushed to everyone's attention and then when it is us who is being treated unjustly a blind eye, deaf ear and mute mouth. Allah swt destroy Ahul Khalifah and bring relief to Sheikh Issa, remove him from the shackles of the Yazid of our Time Hamd Khalafah. Curse be upon him and who loves him. M3 Salamah,, FE AMIN Allah Bahrain police firing tear gas and shotguns entered a town on Tuesday morning where a months long sit-in has supported a prominent Shiite cleric who had his citizenship stripped by the government. At least one protester was killed and others were wounded, activists said, and authorities arrested 50 people. Bahrain’s Interior Ministry earlier wrote on Twitter that the operation targeting Diraz, home to Sheikh Isa Qassim, was to “maintain security and public order.” It called the area a “haven for wanted fugitives from justice.” The Interior Ministry later said police arrested 50 people, including some who hid inside of Qassim’s home. It did not say whether Qassim was among those arrested, though it said some security forces were wounded in the raid. “During the security operation, troops were able to remove all that disrupts the interest of citizens and hinders movement,” the ministry said in a statement. “Police will remain at the site to ensure people’s safety.” Read more | Bahrain jails 36 Shias, strips them of citizenship Activists shared mobile phone stills and videos showing youths throwing stones and climbing on an armoured personnel carrier. Gunfire could be heard as white smoke from tear gas hung in the air. Another video showed a bulldozer smashing through the area that once hosted the sit-in. At least one protester was killed, said Sayed Ahmed Alwadaei, the director of advocacy at the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy. Activists shared images of other protesters suffering what appeared to be birdshot wounds. The operation follows a Sunday court decision giving Qassim a year’s suspended prison sentence and seizing assets belonging to him and his ministry. Two of his aides received similar sentences. Police have besieged Qassim’s hometown of Diraz for months, tightly controlling access. He could be deported at any time after authorities stripped him of his citizenship last June over accusations that he fuelled extremism. His supporters deny the allegations and called his trial politically motivated. Shiites and others took part in 2011 Arab Spring protests for greater rights from the Sunni monarchy of Bahrain, home to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet and an under-construction British naval base. Bahrain put down the protests with the help of forces from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Since then, Bahrain has seen low-level unrest. But the yearlong crackdown on dissent has raised the stakes, with local Shiite militant groups claiming some attacks. Bahrain long has accused Iran of aiding militants, something the Shiite power denies. Read more | Bahrain bans online media as violence erupts between police and Shia protesters Meanwhile, activists have been imprisoned or forced into exile. Independent news gathering on the island also has grown more difficult, with the government refusing to accredit two Associated Press journalists and others . Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa met with U.S. President Donald Trump during a Sunday summit in Saudi Arabia. Already, Trump’s administration had approved a multibillion-dollar sale of F-16 fighter jets to Bahrain without the human rights conditions imposed by the State Department under President Barack Obama. “Our countries have a wonderful relationship together but there has been a little strain but there won’t be strain with this administration,” Trump said Sunday. Activists and rights group warn Trump’s embrace of Bahrain only will fuel the crackdown. “The timing of this operation — two days after King Hamad’s convivial meeting with President Trump — can hardly be a coincidence,” said Nicholas McGeehan, a senior Bahrain researcher at Human Rights Watch. The operation follows a Sunday court decision giving Qassim a year’s suspended prison sentence and seizing assets belonging to him and his ministry. Two of his aides received similar sentences. Police have besieged Qassim’s hometown of Diraz for months, tightly controlling access. He could be deported at any time after authorities stripped him of his citizenship last June over accusations that he fuelled extremism. His supporters deny the allegations and called his trial politically motivated. Shiites and others took part in 2011 Arab Spring protests for greater rights from the Sunni monarchy of Bahrain, home to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet and an under-construction British naval base. Bahrain put down the protests with the help of forces from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Since then, Bahrain has seen low-level unrest. But the yearlong crackdown on dissent has raised the stakes, with local Shiite militant groups claiming some attacks. Bahrain long has accused Iran of aiding militants, something the Shiite power denies. Read more | Bahrain bans online media as violence erupts between police and Shia protesters Meanwhile, activists have been imprisoned or forced into exile. Independent news gathering on the island also has grown more difficult, with the government refusing to accredit two Associated Press journalists and others . Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa met with U.S. President Donald Trump during a Sunday summit in Saudi Arabia. Already, Trump’s administration had approved a multibillion-dollar sale of F-16 fighter jets to Bahrain without the human rights conditions imposed by the State Department under President Barack Obama. “Our countries have a wonderful relationship together but there has been a little strain but there won’t be strain with this administration,” Trump said Sunday. Activists and rights group warn Trump’s embrace of Bahrain only will fuel the crackdown. “The timing of this operation — two days after King Hamad’s convivial meeting with President Trump — can hardly be a coincidence,” said Nicholas McGeehan, a senior Bahrain researcher at Human Rights Watch. http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/bahrain-police-fire-on-shia-protestors-in-sheikh-isa-qassim-s-town-1-killed-50-held/story-fdI2qr4jfRafTUFScpQZRN.htm
  7. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. You are right Muslims do not care. Who here on SC mentioned about the plight of Sheikh Issa Qassem? There are posts about Manchester, people who care about certain countries, and then when our own blood, our brothers, from Bahrain were attacked not one post. Who here knows what happened to Sheikh Issa yesterday? News feeds, constant updates every second, any type of media, who reported what happened to Sheikh Issa Qaseem, except Al Manar and Al Mayadeen? Why are some news items pushed to everyone's attention and then when it is us who is being treated unjustly a blind eye, deaf ear and mute mouth. Allah swt destroy Ahul Khalifah and bring relief to Sheikh Issa, remove him from the shackles of the Yazid of our Time Hamd Khalafah. Curse be upon him and who loves him. M3 Salamah,, FE AMIN Allah Bahrain police firing tear gas and shotguns entered a town on Tuesday morning where a months long sit-in has supported a prominent Shiite cleric who had his citizenship stripped by the government. At least one protester was killed and others were wounded, activists said, and authorities arrested 50 people. Bahrain’s Interior Ministry earlier wrote on Twitter that the operation targeting Diraz, home to Sheikh Isa Qassim, was to “maintain security and public order.” It called the area a “haven for wanted fugitives from justice.” The Interior Ministry later said police arrested 50 people, including some who hid inside of Qassim’s home. It did not say whether Qassim was among those arrested, though it said some security forces were wounded in the raid. “During the security operation, troops were able to remove all that disrupts the interest of citizens and hinders movement,” the ministry said in a statement. “Police will remain at the site to ensure people’s safety.” Read more | Bahrain jails 36 Shias, strips them of citizenship Activists shared mobile phone stills and videos showing youths throwing stones and climbing on an armoured personnel carrier. Gunfire could be heard as white smoke from tear gas hung in the air. Another video showed a bulldozer smashing through the area that once hosted the sit-in. At least one protester was killed, said Sayed Ahmed Alwadaei, the director of advocacy at the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy. Activists shared images of other protesters suffering what appeared to be birdshot wounds. The operation follows a Sunday court decision giving Qassim a year’s suspended prison sentence and seizing assets belonging to him and his ministry. Two of his aides received similar sentences. Police have besieged Qassim’s hometown of Diraz for months, tightly controlling access. He could be deported at any time after authorities stripped him of his citizenship last June over accusations that he fuelled extremism. His supporters deny the allegations and called his trial politically motivated. Shiites and others took part in 2011 Arab Spring protests for greater rights from the Sunni monarchy of Bahrain, home to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet and an under-construction British naval base. Bahrain put down the protests with the help of forces from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Since then, Bahrain has seen low-level unrest. But the yearlong crackdown on dissent has raised the stakes, with local Shiite militant groups claiming some attacks. Bahrain long has accused Iran of aiding militants, something the Shiite power denies. Read more | Bahrain bans online media as violence erupts between police and Shia protesters Meanwhile, activists have been imprisoned or forced into exile. Independent news gathering on the island also has grown more difficult, with the government refusing to accredit two Associated Press journalists and others . Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa met with U.S. President Donald Trump during a Sunday summit in Saudi Arabia. Already, Trump’s administration had approved a multibillion-dollar sale of F-16 fighter jets to Bahrain without the human rights conditions imposed by the State Department under President Barack Obama. “Our countries have a wonderful relationship together but there has been a little strain but there won’t be strain with this administration,” Trump said Sunday. Activists and rights group warn Trump’s embrace of Bahrain only will fuel the crackdown. “The timing of this operation — two days after King Hamad’s convivial meeting with President Trump — can hardly be a coincidence,” said Nicholas McGeehan, a senior Bahrain researcher at Human Rights Watch. The operation follows a Sunday court decision giving Qassim a year’s suspended prison sentence and seizing assets belonging to him and his ministry. Two of his aides received similar sentences. Police have besieged Qassim’s hometown of Diraz for months, tightly controlling access. He could be deported at any time after authorities stripped him of his citizenship last June over accusations that he fuelled extremism. His supporters deny the allegations and called his trial politically motivated. Shiites and others took part in 2011 Arab Spring protests for greater rights from the Sunni monarchy of Bahrain, home to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet and an under-construction British naval base. Bahrain put down the protests with the help of forces from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Since then, Bahrain has seen low-level unrest. But the yearlong crackdown on dissent has raised the stakes, with local Shiite militant groups claiming some attacks. Bahrain long has accused Iran of aiding militants, something the Shiite power denies. Read more | Bahrain bans online media as violence erupts between police and Shia protesters Meanwhile, activists have been imprisoned or forced into exile. Independent news gathering on the island also has grown more difficult, with the government refusing to accredit two Associated Press journalists and others . Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa met with U.S. President Donald Trump during a Sunday summit in Saudi Arabia. Already, Trump’s administration had approved a multibillion-dollar sale of F-16 fighter jets to Bahrain without the human rights conditions imposed by the State Department under President Barack Obama. “Our countries have a wonderful relationship together but there has been a little strain but there won’t be strain with this administration,” Trump said Sunday. Activists and rights group warn Trump’s embrace of Bahrain only will fuel the crackdown. “The timing of this operation — two days after King Hamad’s convivial meeting with President Trump — can hardly be a coincidence,” said Nicholas McGeehan, a senior Bahrain researcher at Human Rights Watch. http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/bahrain-police-fire-on-shia-protestors-in-sheikh-isa-qassim-s-town-1-killed-50-held/story-fdI2qr4jfRafTUFScpQZRN.htm
  8. I didn't know I was persian
  9. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum I'm a very happy lady, I do not own a dumbphone. I'm on my desktop computer. @Ron_Burgundy Alhamd'Allah I cook, clean, buy groceries, pick up 40 liters of drinking water, feed children, help with homework, take care of spouse and use ShiaChat. Don't I deserve something that I like to enjoy and in hallal means? God help mothers, we always have to hear endless jokes about not spending time in the kitchen. offffff M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  10. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Brother Marbles, An avid reader in a variety of topics. Hates corruption in his society especially so called religious leaders. Brother who should be married but I find him very picky of who he wants as a bride. The brother who I would tag for the following topics he is well informed in: Literature Pakistani news/history Food Rights for Women M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  11. In an era where women are promoted to flash her assets and display her beauty in public with the help of social media, remember who is Sayyida Fatimah and how we need to emphasize modesty, chastity and self respect.
  12. Mohammad Ali dies at 74. Talks about death in this video
  13. Sure thing sister @skylight2 http://mou.ir/en/ Are you also @skylight1
  14. Please look into Sheikh Nuru Mohammad and Dr Shomali. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  15. If you are being sarcastic, I don't understand why. Or I don't know what point you are trying to make.