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  1. Earth Hour 2012

    Our Building is Doing it.. a whole hour in the 39 storey building without electricity..
  2. Your Username Or Avatar

    Good to read this, gives a kind of idea abt the person themselves... well, Mine is Faris Al Hujjat... Faris - Knight, Commander, Leader of the Soldiers... Hujjat - The Awaited Imam (ajf) i always pray to be in the vicinity of the Imam (ajf) & a forerunner in HIS great cause.. i dont know how or where i'll end up but Insha Allah if i am alive i would direct my life to the life asked from me by Allah (swt) & hopefully become at least a member of the Imam's (ajf) Army... & if i die before the Zuhoor Purnoor of the Holy Imam (ajf) i would leave a will to my children & their children to pray for me to become one of the KNIGHTS OF THE HUJJAT after HIS zuhur... May Allah bless me with the HONOR ! Ameen Bihaqqe Mohammadin Wa Aalihi Ttahireen (as) :mellow:
  3. Yes the true DILEMMA starts after we get married... unfortunately.. some parents become possesive / mean asking to choose either them or the spouse!?!?
  4. Bismillah Arahman Araheem, Assalam O Alaikum wa rahma tullahi Wa Barakatuhu.. The best of greetings on Mohammad wa Aale Mohammad, Humble Salutations to our Imam (ajf) & all momins & Momina's, Its been a while since i last wrote here on this wonderful, lifechanging experience called 'shiachat'. Alhamdu Lillah, Allah (swt) has blessed me again to be part of this amazing universe of hope, dignity & self esteem. My warm regards to all the fellow Shiachat'rs, all my friends & likeminded believers. As the topic goes, "And do not say 'uff' to them (parents) and do not abandon (desert) them and voice them your utmost respectfull words" Allah (swt) has made it very clear to every human being what parents are to them and how they are to be treated by their children. i am a proud father myself and love my children dearly, i would never want to hurt them, i always want the best for them. i care for them more than my own self, i love them to the point that after i look at them i cannot imagine a life without them. they are my only world, they are my life and whatever little about life i know of. I live for them. i am sure my parents and their parents and their parents felt the same as i do now for my very young angels. in this topic i would like to request all to give me thier opinion about how they see themselves as parents, as siblings.. your views will help me come to a conclusion which might decide if i am right or wrong in my past, recent & further actions. Q1) Can Parents go wrong with thier children? Q2) Is children in-equality the right thing for average parents, circumstantial or not? Q3) what should a son / daughter do if they find themselves on the righteous side? Q4) After the children are married, how should the parents treat their son / daughter in law? Q5) Is the son / daughter in law required to be quite no matter what injustice they face? what if they finally speak out in front of the parents in law? should the son / daughter leave the spouse for the parents & brothers & sisters? Q6) what's the limit of injustice & oppression from the parents to the son / daughter in law? Q7) what does a son do if he finds the wife after a lot of proof & substance on the righteous side and the parents, sisters & brothers on the guilty side? Q8) Is going away / leaving everything the true answer? Q9) What if the mother says to the son "leave your wife (who is also the mother of your 2 children) get another one, we just dont like / want her" ? Q10) what is the limit of a son's obedience? Insha Allah , i hope to see a lot of varied answers, wassalaam ala man ittaba al huda wa alhaqa al saaliheen !
  5. Suplications for Imam Mahdi AJ

    اللهم كل وليك الحجة ابنالحسن صلاتك عليه و على اّباّئه في هذه الساعة وفي كل الساعة وليا و حافظا وقائدا و ناصرا و دليلا و عينا حتى تسكنه في ارضك طوعا وتمتعه فيها طويلا
  6. Is Israel 'stolen Land'?

    Spot on.... Your verdict is backed by this verse from the Quran,,, Surah Al Maida Verses 20 - 26 ! æóÅöÐú ÞóÇáó ãõæÓóìٰ áöÞóæúãöåö íóÇ Þóæúãö ÇÐúßõÑõæÇ äöÚúãóÉó Çááøóåö Úóáóíúßõãú ÅöÐú ÌóÚóáó Ýöíßõãú ÃóäúÈöíóÇÁó æóÌóÚóáóßõãú ãõáõæßðÇ æóÂÊóÇßõãú ãóÇ áóãú íõÄúÊö ÃóÍóÏðÇ ãöäó ÇáúÚóÇáóãöíäó {20}[Yusufali 5:20] Remember Moses said to his people: "O my people! Call in remembrance the favour of Allah unto you, when He produced prophets among you, made you kings, and gave you what He had not given to any other among the peoples. [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:20]Please refer to the commentary of al Baqarah: 40 to 147 to know the favours and bounties Allah had bestowed on Bani Israil, and how they always rebelled against Allah and His messengers, earning (in consequence) His displeasure. Aqa Mahdi Puya says: The order to enter a holy land, or turn from one direction to another (change of qibla), or to remain stationed at a certain place (battle of Uhad), was given to test the degree of submission to the divine commands. The Quran refers to such instances to warn the Muslims to avoid disobedience displayed by the Jews in similar circumstances . The following extract is given from Milman's History of the Jews:- "At length the nation arrived on the southern frontier of the promised land (Vr. 21 ) . Twelve spies, one from each tribe, are sent out to make observations on the fruitfulness of the land, the character of the inhabitants and the strength of their fortifications. Among these the most distinguished are Caleb of the tribe of Judah and Joshua of Ephraim-In one respect their report is most satisfactory: Canaan had undergone vast improvements, since the time when Abraham and Isaac had pastured their flocks in the open and unoccupied plains. But on the other hand, the intelligence, exaggerated by the fears of the rest of the twelve spies, overwhelms the people with terror. Their treasures were guarded by fierce and warlike tribes, not likely to abandon their native plains without an obstinate bloody conquest. Their cities were strongly fortified, and above all the first enemies they would have to encounter would be men of colossal stature, the descendants of the gigantic people, celebrated in their early national traditions, people before whom they would be grasshoppers (Verse 22)-The confidence in the divine protection gave way at once before their sense of physical inferiority, and the total deficiency of moral courage, 'Back' to Egypt' is the general cry. The brave Joshua and Caleb in vain reprove the general pusillanimity (Verse 23); their own lives are in danger; and in bitter disappointment the great law-giver perceives that a people- inured to slavery from their birth, are not the z material from which he can construct a bold conquering and independent nation. (Verse 25) The decision instantly formed-they are neither to return to Egypt nor assail an easier conquest; but . they are condemned to wander for a definite period of forty years, in the barren and dismal regions through which they had marched (Verse 26)." Some quotations from the Old Testament are given below: Thus their report to the Israelites about the land which they had explored was discouraging: "The country we explored", they said "will swallow up any who go to live in it. All the people we saw there are men of gigantic size." (Numbers 13: 32) And two of those who had explored the land, Joshua son of Nun and Caleb son of Jephunneh, rent their clothes and addressed the whole community: "The country we penetrated and explored", they said, "is very good land in deed. If the Lord is pleased with us, He will bring us into this land which flows with milk and honey, and give it to us. But you must not rebel against the Lord. You need not fear the people of the land; for there we shall find food. They have lost the protection that they had; the Lord is with us. (Numbers 14: 6 to 9) Aqa Mahdi Puya says: Only two God-fearing men (Joshua and Caleb), from among the several followers of Musa, believed in Allah and His Prophet and relied upon them. Similarly a large majority of the Muslims, present at Ghadir Khum also turned disloyal to the covenant they bound themselves with on that day and till the day of zahur (appearance of the living Imam and Isa) their followers shall continue to do as the Jews and their own leaders did. In Minhaj us Sadiqin it is stated that rabbuka before faqatila (fight you two) implies Harun because he was the elder brother of Musa, which has been made clear in verse 25 when Musa mentions the name of Harun. Aqa Mahdi Puya says: The impertinent disobedience of the Muslims to the order of the Holy Prophet to march under the command of Usamah, or of some of the companions to his order to bring paper and pen (hadith al qirtas), bears similarity to the conduct of the followers of Musa. Not only the paper and pen demanded by the Holy Prophet was not provided to him but also it was observed that the old man (Holy Prophet) was in a delirium, uttering nonsense. Like Musa the Holy Prophet said: Go away. Leave me alone. The forty years wandering of the Bani Israil lasted, according to Sir Charles Marston's computation, from 1440 B.C. to 1400 B.C. Refer to Numbers 14: 29 to 34. Aqa Mahdi Puya says: The wandering of the children of Israil was for forty years, but the wandering of those who have broken the covenant made at Ghadir Khum shall last till the reappearance of the last Imam of the house of the Holy Prophet. "Do not grieve for (these) rebellious people." shows that Musa, inspite of all the injuries and slanders heaped upon him, pitied his rebellious people, and was moved at their miseries. íóÇ Þóæúãö ÇÏúÎõáõæÇ ÇáúÃóÑúÖó ÇáúãõÞóÏøóÓóÉó ÇáøóÊöí ßóÊóÈó Çááøóåõ áóßõãú æóáóÇ ÊóÑúÊóÏøõæÇ Úóáóìٰ ÃóÏúÈóÇÑößõãú ÝóÊóäúÞóáöÈõæÇ ÎóÇÓöÑöíäó {21}[Yusufali 5:21] "O my people! Enter the holy land which Allah hath assigned unto you, and turn not back ignominiously, for then will ye be overthrown, to your own ruin." [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:21] (see commentary for verse 20) ÞóÇáõæÇ íóÇ ãõæÓóìٰ Åöäøó ÝöíåóÇ ÞóæúãðÇ ÌóÈøóÇÑöíäó æóÅöäøóÇ áóäú äóÏúÎõáóåóÇ ÍóÊøóìٰ íóÎúÑõÌõæÇ ãöäúåóÇ ÝóÅöäú íóÎúÑõÌõæÇ ãöäúåóÇ ÝóÅöäøóÇ ÏóÇÎöáõæäó {22}[Yusufali 5:22] They said: "O Moses! In this land are a people of exceeding strength: Never shall we enter it until they leave it: if (once) they leave, then shall we enter." [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:22] (see commentary for verse 20) ÞóÇáó ÑóÌõáóÇäö ãöäó ÇáøóÐöíäó íóÎóÇÝõæäó ÃóäúÚóãó Çááøóåõ ÚóáóíúåöãóÇ ÇÏúÎõáõæÇ Úóáóíúåöãõ ÇáúÈóÇÈó ÝóÅöÐóÇ ÏóÎóáúÊõãõæåõ ÝóÅöäøóßõãú ÛóÇáöÈõæäó ۚ æóÚóáóì Çááøóåö ÝóÊóæóßøóáõæÇ Åöäú ßõäúÊõãú ãõÄúãöäöíäó {23}[Yusufali 5:23] (But) among (their) Allah-fearing men were two on whom Allah had bestowed His grace: They said: "Assault them at the (proper) Gate: when once ye are in, victory will be yours; But on Allah put your trust if ye have faith." [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:23] (see commentary for verse 20) ÞóÇáõæÇ íóÇ ãõæÓóìٰ ÅöäøóÇ áóäú äóÏúÎõáóåóÇ ÃóÈóÏðÇ ãóÇ ÏóÇãõæÇ ÝöíåóÇ ۖ ÝóÇÐúåóÈú ÃóäúÊó æóÑóÈøõßó ÝóÞóÇÊöáóÇ ÅöäøóÇ åóÇåõäóÇ ÞóÇÚöÏõæäó {24}[Yusufali 5:24] They said: "O Moses! while they remain there, never shall we be able to enter, to the end of time. Go thou, and thy Lord, and fight ye two, while we sit here (and watch)." [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:24] (see commentary for verse 20) ÞóÇáó ÑóÈøö Åöäøöí áóÇ Ãóãúáößõ ÅöáøóÇ äóÝúÓöí æóÃóÎöí ۖ ÝóÇÝúÑõÞú ÈóíúäóäóÇ æóÈóíúäó ÇáúÞóæúãö ÇáúÝóÇÓöÞöíäó {25}[Yusufali 5:25] He said: "O my Lord! I have power only over myself and my brother: so separate us from this rebellious people!" [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:25] (see commentary for verse 20) ÞóÇáó ÝóÅöäøóåóÇ ãõÍóÑøóãóÉñ Úóáóíúåöãú ۛ ÃóÑúÈóÚöíäó ÓóäóÉð ۛ íóÊöíåõæäó Ýöí ÇáúÃóÑúÖö ۚ ÝóáóÇ ÊóÃúÓó Úóáóì ÇáúÞóæúãö ÇáúÝóÇÓöÞöíäó {26}[Yusufali 5:26] Allah said: "Therefore will the land be out of their reach for forty years: In distraction will they wander through the land: But sorrow thou not over these rebellious people. [Pooya/Ali Commentary 5:26] (see commentary for verse 20)
  7. Calling Everyone In Abu Dhabi....

    Dear Zahra1! Thank you very much for your kind directions and contacts.. i've had useful info from those numbers and addressess... and infact i attended a majlis in the mosque you told about and it was very good.. i also bought me a Zard Yaqoot from the ring vendor there.. he was very helpful... thank you again .. MAy Allah keep you and your family safe.. Wasalaam.. Faris
  8. 72 Vigins

    Allah is not HUMAN ! 1) when Allah says HE the Almighty can listen.. it does not mean HE needs ears to listen, or eyes to see... Allah is beyond the knowledge / imagination of HIS creation which include humans... so please stop COMPARING the CREATOR with the creation..! 2) All the talk about female counterparts in heaven have to be true.. but in the physical form or Spiritual form .. we will have to go to Jannah and see it for ourselves.. but suitingly it would have to be the physical form because we will be in our physical form in the janna.. 3) Men crave the physical form of females.. lust is a very basic and natural sense of men.. which if avoided .. in this world will be rewarded with in the next in terms of better and far more beautiful version of the female counterpart.. that men usually so badly want ... 4) TOUCH is the key word.. spiritually it is not possible for the spirit to touch.. the sense of touch is disabled when in spiritual form .... And what good is the HUUR if a man will not be able to touch her ! 5) the power of men (sexual) will be increased 70 times.. which only means the number of your counterparts / partners / HUUR has to be similar to fully enjoy that 70 times power...but i personally believe that the JANNAT is such a place where the possibilities are endless .. if a man would want 1000 HUUR i am sure he would get them...Subhan Allah 6) Allah's ways are like that in the QURAN... HE the ALMIGHTY always rewards the believers with more than their labour.. its like if you work 1 hour HE The All HIGH will reward you for 10 hours... 7) Yet even if physical or not the image of a HUUR as composed in the Quran is made so beautifull in a very intentful way by Allah so as to keep the believers on their toes during life on earth and make them in to good humans and patient men to enjoy the full benefits of their patience and jurisprudence in the eternal life... and offcourse Allah knows all right .. may HE grant me HIS eternal mercy on this land and on the eternal one .. Ameen.. And peace and blessings be on the Holy Mohammad & His Progeny..
  9. Imamat

    Beautiful .. Masha Allah, Jazak Allah Brother !
  10. Nowruz

    Thank you dear SIS ! Next year is in and i wish A Happy Nowruz to all ! Faris
  11. bismillah. salam, brother. May Allah SWT accept all your amal, especially on the Arba'een of Imam Hussain AS. Tasleeyat Condolences. Praying for the imminent return of Imam Zaman AJ. eltemaase du'aa. ws

  12. What Created God?

    (bismillah) (salam) THE question in this post is : Who created GOD? Lets Ask The GOD ! reply Of The GOD : Þõáú åõæó Çááøóåõ ÃóÍóÏñ {1}[Shakir 112:1] Say: He, Allah, is One. [Pickthal 112:1] Say: He is Allah, the One! [Yusufali 112:1] Say: He is Allah, the One and Only; [Pooya/Ali Commentary 112:1]Ahad, one in person and being, is applied to Allah alone, and signifies the one; the sole; He who has ever been one and sole; or the indivisible; or He who has no second to share in His divinity, nor in His essence, nor in His attributes. Refer to the commentary of Fatihah: 1 to 4 and Hashr: 22 to 24. Aqa Mahdi Puya says: The spirit of the absolute unity of Allah is the foundation of the structure of the religion of Allah, Islam. This surah, which explains the unity (tawhid) of Allah, was revealed to give an idea of Godhead the Holy Prophet preached. It begins with huwa (He) which refers to the known, known to all, but not identifying any one. Refer to the commentary of Fatihah: 1 and Baqarah: 255. In the Aryan creeds atma and brahma is one, therefore "I" (first person singular) is used by them to refer to the conception of the absolute. Ahad signifies the unity of His essence. He is free from compositeness. According to Imam Ali bin Husayn Zaynal Abidinsamad refers to the supreme being that continues, or continues for ever, or is everlasting, or is the creator of everything of whom nothing is independent, or is dependent on no person or thing but all persons or things are dependent on Him, therefore the eternally besought by all. He cannot be described or defined as one void of any excellence, or any excellence void of Him, He is infinite. Çááøóåõ ÇáÕøóãóÏõ {2}[Shakir 112:2] Allah is He on Whom all depend. [Pickthal 112:2] Allah, the eternally Besought of all! [Yusufali 112:2] Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; [Pooya/Ali Commentary 112:2] (see commentary for verse 1) áóãú íóáöÏú æóáóãú íõæáóÏú {3}[Shakir 112:3] He begets not, nor is He begotten. [Pickthal 112:3] He begetteth not nor was begotten. [Yusufali 112:3] He begetteth not, nor is He begotten; [Pooya/Ali Commentary 112:3]Refer to the commentary of Baqarah: 255 and Ali Imran: 2. Anthropomorphism, the tendency to conceive God in the terms known to man, creeps in at all times and among all peoples. Nothing or no being can be separated from the infinite supreme being nor was there anything or being from which He was separated. So neither He begets nor was He begotten. Therefore there cannot be any being like to Him. æóáóãú íóßõäú áóåõ ßõÝõæðÇ ÃóÍóÏñ {4}[Shakir 112:4] And none is like Him. [Pickthal 112:4] And there is none comparable unto Him. [Yusufali 112:4] And there is none like unto Him. [Pooya/Ali Commentary 112:4] (see commentary for verse 3)
  13. Can Israel Defeat Hezbollah In The Coming War?

    Allah's decision in the Quran is enough to support the cause of hizbollah..Insha Allah, they will be victorious in all battles as always..
  14. Distance Between Earth And Sun?

    Masha Allah 'YA MAzhar al Ajaaib .. Ya Murtaza ALI'
  15. Young, Youth & Yearning

    Working is the Perfect job for the time-easy Youth New labour law allows teenagers to take jobs at age 15 Ola Salem Last Updated: Jan 5, 2011 ABU DHABI // Adolescents around the world are used to buying themselves a little independence with a few hours of paid work each week. Until now, that has not been the case in the UAE, where young people were banned from working until their 18th birthday. That restriction ended this week, when new labour regulations came into force that allows UAE nationals and expatriates to work for up to six hours a day once they reach 15. There are limits, however. Under-18s must be given an hour's break after four hours, and cannot work weekends or national holidays. There are also stringent safety requirements. "We want to make use and benefit from people who are already in the country," said Humaid al Sawaidi, the under-secretary at the Ministry of Labour. "From the age of 15 to 60, people are economically active. These people can, and should, work." He suggested teenagers who take on jobs in their spare time would be better prepared for the world of work, while helping their families. "They will be able to go into the market, gain experience, expertise, and training," he said. "This could also help them in getting a job later on. Many families will benefit a great deal from their children working. Of course none of this is obligatory, and no companies have applied for labour cards for teenagers yet." He suggested that enabling local teenagers to work would reduce the need for imported labour in some areas. "Instead of using people from abroad, why not use someone from here?" //');//]]> Although they do not include any provision for minimum wages, the regulations preclude children from taking 31 categories of work. Working underground is banned, as is toiling in front of a baker's oven. Bars and nightclubs are out, too. Boys are not allowed to carry more than 15kg, and girls just 10kg. Parents must give their consent before their child starts a job, and teenagers must get a certificate stating that they are fit for work. Some large companies have not yet considered employing under-18s, while several smaller stores expressed interest, saying adolescents might be a useful addition. "We have no vacancies now, but later on we can employ them, to stack food on shelves, or work in delivery," said Abdulnasser Mohamed, the store manager at Saif Mohamed Grocery on Airport Road. However, some experts expressed concern that teenagers might let paid work supplant their schooling. "It is a good opportunity for young people to try different jobs and different occupations, learn how to manage finances, understand the value of money," said Natasha Ridge, a researcher from the Dubai School of Government. "We want to be careful, though - this is an addition to going to school rather than replacing school." Hina Laghari, a 17-year-old from Pakistan residing in Al Ain, said her parents shared that fear; she will not be allowed to work. "We want her to concentrate on her education," said her mother, Umm Hina. Other parents are looking forward to their children being able to help out with the family finances. "I have six children, two of them now can work," said Umm Saleh, a 56-year-old Jordanian who lives in Sharjah. Need for balance between work and school Seventeen-year-old Shaima Abdulrahman is just one teenager planning on taking advantage of the new rules. Now legally able to work, the Emirati, from Abu Dhabi, said she would start looking for a job "as soon as possible". "I think this is awesome news," she said. "I have always been dying to work, just to be able to get my own stuff, my own shoes, and bags, and I want a Chanel bracelet." However, Shaima's enthusiasm is not shared by everybody. "I told my local friends and they said they wouldn't want to work, they think it's an insult," she said. "They would say 'I'd rather die than work and earn my own money' when they already have millions. We have some girls who come to school because they like to, not because they have to, because they will get married and get their own money from their husbands, they will never need to work." Others said they would be happy to find a job, but their parents would not allow it. "It isn't accepted in all local families, because there is no need for work." Her mother, Umm Mohamed, said she would not stand in her daughter's way of finding employment, as long as she could find a proper balance between work and school. "This depends on how smart and successful the teenager is," Umm Mohamed said. "Some are smart and they can. It would be good if she worked to gain experience in certain jobs, like journalism." Her aunt, Christine Montoya, a 40-year-old Emirati from Abu Dhabi, believes the new regulations will have positive and negative effects. "In a way it is good to know how to work on daily basis, although students could stop going to school and concentrate on working, which is not good," she said.