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  1. Done. Sorry I couldn't log in yesterday to say that. I can recite half a juz' perhaps today, if someone is lagging behind and not able to read. May Allah reward everyone here immensely for the khatm and - may He expand the grave of our beloved brother, flood it with His Noor, ease his journey in barzakh and grant him a very lofty station, behaqqe Mohammed wa Aale Mohammed.
  2. Okay. Thank you sister.
  3. Sister starlight, can you hand over a juz' to me? I'll try to recite it today itself. Any juz' will do.
  4. Alaykum assalaam, Thank you for sharing your thoughts brother/sister. Since you mentioned that you want to "be Shia", you must immediately consider the twelve Imams (a.s) to be the rightful successor of the holy Prophet (s) and pledge allegiance to them, for your heart has now turned towards Ahl al-Bayt (a.s). You can read a lot on this website and perhaps also take a look at www.al-islam.org and go through the books that are uploaded there. If you have any questions, you can raise them on this forum and you will in'shaAllah receive responses to your questions. I can understand the predicament you must be in, but remember that the struggles of this life are only short-lived. You will certainly face a lot of hardships because Allah tries his servants through those troubles in order to elevate him to a better status. Be caring and understanding to your parents and answer them in the most appropriate way. Perhaps they will notice the (positive) change in your manners and be attracted to the madhhab themselves. Keep in mind that it is only Allah who guides people to his way and it is only He who illuminates the heart. Try to learn about the Shi'a madhhab as much as you can and be prepared for any possible questions they may have for you. In'shaAllah with the support of the brothers and sisters from this forum, you will alleviate their doubts and respond to their queries correctly. Don't lose hope, don't despair, hang in there because at the end of the journey, there is ease. Take care and may the month of Rajab bring Allah's blessing upon you and your family.
  5. I've been to Oman and stayed there for quite some time. It is an amazing place to be in, and the people are great there. Can't help but upload a few snaps! : The Nizwa Souq : The Nizwa Fort : The beautiful Grand Sultan Qaboos Masjid : Would love to visit that place again.
  6. Popular FB pages

    I deliberately posted it in the Arabic sub-forum so that I can know which FB pages has a lot of Arab followers. To make my request more specific, I'm looking at FB pages with Arab following, who are in need of complex medical treatments and surgeries. But then, I thought, I won't get any help as it'll make people put in a lot of efforts to actually dig those pages. But then, it seems that it is hard for people to list some general pages as well. Any help at all, please?!
  7. Popular FB pages

    Assalaam alaykum, What are some of the most popular Facebook pages, in Arabic that you know of? Can you list a few of them below?
  8. A Convert from Little Venezia

    Alaykum assalaam, Thank you for sharing your story here. May Allah protect you and increase you and us in knowledge. Enjoy your time on SC!
  9. Things That You Want In The Afterlife/heaven.

    Oh..mine too. I just want my abbu (father). Love him to death.
  10. What are some useful certificates to get?

    What medical course did you undertake?
  11. Your Own Captured Photos

    This thread brings me joy and I haven't posted here in a while. So I decided to share some of my snaps from the Arba'een trip this year to Iraq. Enjoy! ***** This guy's beard. Like a king. : I love falafel, so this was my go-to snack each time I felt hungry. The brown tamarind chutney was amazing : Every second spent at the shrine of Imam Ali (a.s) was a super experience. People from all over the world congregate and pay respect to the Imam, ask for the fulfillment of their needs and spend their time praying. Any amount of time spent here just wasn't enough. Some photos of the shrine of Imam Ali (a.s) : After praying, I'd take a break and venture out to grab something to eat. I love bakery items and the Iraqi food served to the pilgrims was excellent. Their hospitality is truly unmatched. May Allah bless them immensely : This last picture here is from the journey from Najaf to Karbala on foot. Incredible experience. The walk should be one thing on everybody's bucket list. Truly unforgettable : If you seem to have liked the photos, please pray for the early appearance of Imam az-Zamaan (atfs) and keep me in your dua' too
  12. Death of the Shi'i Intellectual Pt1 - Akhbarism

    This seems like a very interesting blog entry. Looking forward for the series.
  13. English to Arabic translation

    Anybody here who is a translator? There's work and I need someone who can translate from English to Arabic. Drop me a PM and we can discuss the details. Thanks!
  14. Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

    Sister Pearl178, you are Omani?! I spent two+ years of my life living in that amazing country. I believe it the best Middle East country and I miss those days so much. I can understand the Brazilian chicken issue. I used to eat earlier but then just completely avoided it later.
  15. Saudi King Wears Shoes in Kaaba

    Maybe he isn't wearing any socks or shoes. The snap could have been easily photoshopped by some extra-emotional Shi'a to make Sunnis look bad.
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