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  1. O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous - (2:183) ..And it is better for you that ye fast, if ye only knew." (2:184) The month of Ramadhan [is that] in which was revealed the Qur'an, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever sights [the new moon of] the month, let him fast it; and whoever is ill or on a journey - then an equal number of other days. Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and [wants] for you to complete the period and to glorify Allah for that [to] which He has guided you; and perhaps you will be grateful. (2:186) "Indeed We have revealed it (Qur'an) in the night of Power. And what will explain to you what the night of Power is? The night of Power is better than a thousand months. Therein descends the Angels and the Spirit (Jibreel) by Allah's permission, on every errand: (they say) "Peace" (continuously) till the rise of Morning!" (97:1-5)
  2. Imam Khamenei says you must remove the najasat before ghusl. But like what you said @hameedeh, the OP needs to tell us what marja he's following. If he's following Imam Khamenei, than he's also allowed to follow sayed Sistani's fatwas regarding this issue and he can just remove the najasat during ghusl, since Imam Khamenei allows his followers to follow multiple marjas at the same time who are equal in knowledge.
  3. Sayed Sistani says you can remove the najasat while doing ghusl.
  4. This is one of my favourite, every Sunni should watch this
  5. Can you show me which book that's written by a Shia scholar makes takfir on Sunnis?
  6. Abu Hanifa and Maliki's fiqh is not the same as Jafari fiqh, not even close. They might have some similarities, but the Jafari fiqh is different. No one said all their beliefs are false, the Sunnis and Shias actually have more similarities then differences. However the differences of beliefs they have with the Shias is the real problem, hence why I said in my previous post that as a Shia you should stay away from sunni lectures that teach these differences of beliefs (fiqh, history, tafseers) because as a Shia you'd want to be learning the correct information, not false information. I'm as open minded as one can be, and I can say with confidence that I'm certain my sect is with the truth.
  7. Wait is that you at 30 mins and 40 secs, I swear that looks like you lol.
  8. No one is saying that. We're saying if the Sunni lecturer is talking about stuff like Islamic history, Jurisprudence (fiqh) or tafseers of the Quran for example, than its best not to listen to them as a Shia because they will be speaking from a Sunni belief point of view, which we Shias consider their beliefs to be false. Don't you agree?
  9. When Asrar Rashid called out the Shias, the Shias took the challenge to debate him but than he Asrar Rashid ran like a coward and didn't bother to show up lol.
  10. You can learn from sunni speakers but you have to be careful about the stuff they say. For example, if they talk about Islamic history, jurisprudence (fiqh), Tafseer of the Quran, than that information will be from a Sunni view and to us Shias it's not true what they say. But let's say the Sunni speaker is teaching people how to read Arabic and the Quran, than yes you can learn from him because Arabic is a language we can all learn and benefit from. Sometimes they don't say their names, they just praise the sahaba in general. When they praise the sahaba, than they're referring to all the bad and good sahaba of the Prophet (saw), which includes Umar and Abu bakr.
  11. Exactly, I don't need to listen to people praising Abu bakr and Umar during their lectures and spreading false information.