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  1. Thoughts 2018

    18th shooting this year, and it's only been a month and a half. Is there ANY other country in the world who has this problem, where a teenager goes to a school and kills other students? America has a serious problem, media talks about it for 2-3 days then like nothing happened. How quickly Los vegas, virgina tech, sandy hook all forgotten. This incident will also follow. There is no real change. A list of previous school shootings. The youngest at 6 years old! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/School_shootings_in_the_United_States More about Cruz. Traumatized child. Nikolas was adopted at birth by Lynda Cruz and her husband, the latter of whom died during Nikolas's childhood of a heart attack. His adoptive mother died on November 1, 2017, from influenza and pneumonia. He had been living with relatives and friends since her death. Cruz had previously been receiving mental health services. However, he stopped going and never returned.[14][32]
  2. Your favourite 'saying' ..proverb.

    @Chaotic Muslem I know you have some good ones. Yalah share @Pearl178 sister if you don't mind translating. Do you have any in mind? "جه يكحلها عماها" عنزة ولو طارت
  3. Bismehe Ta3ala 

    Assalam Alikum brother

    God bless you brother.  You didn't disturb me.  I don't know how long ago you have been gone.  Glad you are back!

    Insh'Allah you are well and in good health.

    M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

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    2. Haimid

      Haimid

      come back again, i will arrange a free hotel and food for your childrens and your dear Husband, by the will of Allah s.w.t, Enshallah,

      Ya Emam Reza a,s what a lovely name it is, isnt it?:-) brings tears to eyes:-)  Alhamdulellah that we still can bring his name to our sinful tongue:-)

    3. Laayla

      Laayla

      I know the Iranian are generous and loving people all for the sake of Allah and especially those who love Ahulbayt.

      I was honored to visit Jamkaran and I couldn't begin to tell you akhi, how I was treated and greeted with open arms, love, hugs and kisses from the Iranian women.  I was like a daughter to them.  Sub7an'Allah, makes me feel so humble and greatful that I wasn't a guest to them but like a daughter.

      Insh'Allah when my children are older, Imam will invite us to his presence once again.

      When I think of how this dunya is and one evil thing to another, I remember Ahulbayt and how thinking of them or being near them calms the burning heart.  

      As tonight is laylat ul joum3a keep us in your du32s and remember to ask for the reappearance of Abu Salah.

      Thank you akhi, I reminisced about Mashahd and Qom.  The lights of wilayah.

      M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah 

    4. Haimid

      Haimid

      anytime sister, i've many mo'omin friends who can offer a free service, for example have a mo'omin brother who i  met him again 2 nights ago, he owns a hotel nearby imam reza a.s shrine and he's eager to give free services to mo'omin people, imagine those who comes from an another country or those who are reverts, enshallah you will visit imam reza a.s once again. 

      enshallah i will make dua for you, but how can i make dua for aba saleh al-mahdi a.t.f while i mentioning his holy name on my sinful tongue and heart and while at the same time when i remind myself those sins i commited, its painful.

      even duas are hard while you dont need to pay a copper for it.....

  4. Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

    Bismehe Ta3ala Assalam Alikum Below's pic is stuffed with rice. I did mine with coarse burgul, fresh spearment, green onions and minced meat. My aunt's delicious version. I also had a lot of stuffing left, because I never measure so I took out the grape leaves that were in the freezer and rolled up grape leaves. Ohhhhhh, I just spent the entire morning & afternoon in the kitchen. Next day I had a stiff neck. Four kilos of marrows and one pot of grape leaves. I'm not cooking for the next three days. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  5. You do not sound American.

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum God bless sister Hoda and give her strength and patience against the yazids of our time. Proud to call her my sister in faith! M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  6. I want more Emoticons!

    The Shiachatters demand more emoticons! Come on what happened to your slogan during your campaign? @Reza How have you made ShiaChat great again? We want emoticons!
  7. Really Funny Things Married People Say

    Your reward is with Allah and everything is recorded brother.
  8. Marriage - Bias against women who do not wear veil

    ^^^ Why do you care what I think or anyone else? Have you asked yourself what Allah wants from you? If you want to know what Allah wants from you, read & understand Quran, hadith, and your marja's risala. Bingo! There you have it! Instead of putting your energy refutting hijab, direct your energy in understanding the hijab of Sayyida Fatimah, Sayyida Zaynab, Sayyida Mariam. I don't care what Zeina, Jenna, or Noor did xy and z and they wear hijab. They are not the bar or standard of modesty and haya. Your bullseye are Sayyida Khadija and Sayyida Zahra. I think there is more to your story and way of thinking then what you are caring to share. Allah help you with your affairs.
  9. Marriage - Bias against women who do not wear veil

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Murders do salat. Does that make salat bad? Rapists do sawm. Does that make sawm bad? Fornicators wear hijab. Does that make hijab bad? Seriously, what is your point? One of the aspects of patience, is patience on enforcing your wajibat. If you must do a wajab and you flatly deny and reject it, this is a higher sin then the one who knows hijab is wajab yet doesn't do it for a variety of reasons. But why are you defending the shortcomings with Allah to us? We are human beings and yes we are also sinners, and we repent to Allah and ask His forgiveness. Redirect your issues with Allah swt and make sincere du32 to guide you and help you overcome your obstacles you are currently facing. Nothing is difficult for Allah, He can easily open so much doors, gates, barriers for you. Do not take this deen lightly. Because Allah promises if you don't want this deen, He will easily replace you to find another group of people who do want this deen. It is happeneing every single day! While Muslims leave deen al haq, many more are converting to it. God keep us steadfast on this religion. You know full well hijab is wajab now, there is no ignorance on this issue. If you choose a spouse who doesn't practice hijab, then when Allah grants you a daughter, the responsibility of her not wearing hijab is on the shoulders of her father. Good luck explaining that one to Allah! M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  10. Sahaba

    @Qa'im @Chaotic Muslem
  11. Thoughts 2018

    Assalam Alikum Brother Hassan. I looked it up. What was incorrect from what I said? DR. MUSTAFA KHATTAB, THE CLEAR QURAN Allah sets forth an example for the disbelievers: the wife of Noah and the wife of Lot. Each was married to one of Our righteous servants, yet betrayed them. So their husbands were of no benefit to them against Allah whatsoever. Both were told, “Enter the Fire, along with the others!”
  12. Really Funny Things Married People Say

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum I'm glad both of you went your seperate ways, but don't deny yourself of having another family, Insh'Allah. Have you forgiven her? M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  13. Thoughts 2018

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Brother, seriously no joke. I don't understand your comment. I do not deny women also can be oppresive, look at the actions of the wives of Prophet Nuh, Prophet Lut, Hafsa and Ayshia. Men are less likely to say their wives are abusive because they will be looked down as unmanly. Insh'Allah brother you give marriage a try the second time around and you will find your life partner. Men go through divorces first time around and then find someone more compatible the second time. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  14. convince me about hijab

    A brother messaged me the other day asking advice about how to approach a "Taking Off Hijab Party" that was being held for a Muslima who decided to stop wearing hijab. This party was being held by Muslim college students for the sister to support her and celebrate her decision. (It goes without saying that non-mahram men and women were invited to join the mixed festivities.) Obviously, I was shocked. Have we really gotten to this point of confusion? The scary part is, these are not people who are antagonistic to Islam or even the hijab, necessarily. These are young Muslims who probably consider themselves fully invested in their Muslim identity. Maybe they are very active at their masjid and with the community. Maybe they even consider themselves to be "unapologetically" Muslim. Wallahi it would be much less troubling if these were Muslims that had little investment in being Muslim. Now, it is easy to think a "Taking Off Hijab Party" is Islamically justified if you have been fed a steady stream of ambiguities and outright misguidance that has been coming from certain prominent "traditional" Muslim sources over the past 16 years. I can just imagine the series of questions these confused youth asked themselves in deciding to have this party: "Well, in Islam, shouldn't we respect everyone's personal choices about religion? And, as Muslims, shouldn't we respect differences of opinions on religious matters? And shouldn't we support our Muslim sisters no matter what? And, in Islam, isn't everything allowed unless it is explicitly haram? And shouldn't we be merciful and welcoming no matter what? And don't we all have sins (even though, who is to say that not wearing hijab is even a sin because Islam is not a monolith and there are different non-patriarchal interpretations)? And didn't the Prophet, peace be upon him, accept people no matter what? And doesn't the Quran say that there is no compulsion in religion? And aren't we supposed to spread positivity in Islam? And isn't it wrong to impose hijab on anyone in the first place? etc., etc., etc." Welcome to the new normal. This is NOT an isolated event. Over the past few years, I have been hearing about many similar disasters happening among youth who, again, are very committed to their "Muslim identity." But clearly, that means absolutely nothing in terms of understanding Islam or being devoted to the normative tradition of Islam. But we really shouldn't be surprised. This is the natural result of dressing up liberal-secular-feminist hegemony in Islamic garb and selling it to the community as "authentic Islam." When will our community leaders start to take seriously the mortal threat that these modern ideologies pose to the iman of our children and ourselves? Are they waiting for their own daughters and sons to organize "Taking Off Hijab Parties"? How about "Leaving Islam Parties"? - Daniel Haqiqatjou
  15. Thoughts 2018

    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum In most cases of bad marriages, men oppress the women more. I'm not denying that women can also be like far3oun, but men can remove himself from such a relationship unlike women unless she stipulates the right to divorce. Fatma: Do you mean to state that entitlement of divorce can be a stipulated clause in the marital contract? Sayyid: Undoubtedly, it may be a stipulated clause in the marital contract. There are four categories of divorce to consider. Couples have the deciding factor on which clause they wish to use in their marital contract, should an unavoidable divorce occur: 1) The right of divorce is inherently given to the husband, unless it is proven that the husband has become psychologically incompetent. In this case, the Islamic judge (al-hakim al-shar’i) would determine the divorce. 2) The husband relinquishes his inherited divorce right and grants his wife the right of divorce. 3) Couples relinquish divorce procedures to the Islamic courts or an Islamic scholar/leader (imam). 4) Right of divorce is equally given to both —the husband and wife. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
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