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3alii last won the day on November 9 2013

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    مولاي يا مولاي أنت المولى وانا العبد ، وهل يرحم العبد الا المولى
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  1. War With Self?

    (wasalam) It's pretty difficult to explain a means of achieving an Islamic way of life.. but I do recall personally placing prayers central to my daily routine; then building upon it. Things kind of just clicked after a while. For instance, praying became something I would automatically do, like preparing dinner or whatever.. It would no longer be something I would think about. So you could kind of start and make praying core to your routine and see how things go. Also, I don't agree with the idea that you have to become more religious, I mean, what is being religious in the first place? It's more to do with spirituality. Islam is far from a set of rules for you to live, it in itself should be interpreted as a way of life.. and the way to develop spirituality is through the development of faith itself. My approach to Islam is usually more philosophical, but its what enables me to fully commit to my faith. I don't have a clue if I am making any sense or not, but in order to remain loyal to the core principals of Islam.. you need to stop looking at them as a set of rules.. and more like an already formed way of life in which you base your routine around.. and live it.. Anyone can be religious, but to be faithful, requires time in understanding the faith itself. Which we really never stop doing.
  2. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    What happened to Wonderer, it's been a while..
  3. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    :cry: ok ok..
  4. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    I no longer care about exams.. time to just accept fate. :mellow:
  5. Dr. Ali Shareati

    I love his books, however Ayatollah Sobhani would tell me that he is very much disliked, as he 'bends the rules' to suit his arguments and that his approach is similar to that of a Christians. If something is not understood and looked upon as negative within Islam, instead of explaining it, he would alter the idea to suit his own argument; thus making him controversial among traditional scholars. I was not given any sort of proof - my fault as I should have asked. I personally like him regardless.
  6. Then maybe he should follow his own advice. I agree it will get heated due to the lack of open mindedness apparent, therefore let us take both schools of thoughts opinions on the historical analysis of what happened and come to our own conclusions on what happened and end it at that. A speech by Dr Yasir Qadhi regarding a sunni opinion of Karbala. A speech by Sheikh Mohammed Al-Hilli representing the shi3a view. More information: http://ballandalus.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/misrepresenting-karbala-a-response-to-dr-yasir-qadhi/
  7. Yes, wahabis never dare to insult Imam Hussein (as) and his death nor will they distort the historical facts in order to praise Yazeed (LA) as a prince.
  8. I'm from Al-Hasa to the east, however spend a lot of time in Hijaz with family living actually in Medina. Let me tell you about those red shemaghs. They are mostly worn by Saudi 'Haram' police, students of most universities and bedouin. I very much doubt its the bedouin as they are hated in Medina. Also, the location in which they are doing this is right beside Jebrail gate. There are ALWAYS at least 3 'haram' police out side that gate. NEVER after a shi3a being harassed have these 'haram' police came to assistance. I would say there is a 70% chance that these 2 idiots are in fact a part of the police. In fact 2 years ago, a man was murdered there whilst praying. Here is another incident you may be familiar with: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSNMFMgHkwE This event took place in Feburary 2009. The same police you claim would have helped the shi3a, shot and also stabbed 5 different people within the vicinity of the masjid. Why? As they were reciting ziyarat. The police claimed that the men ran through and grabbed mud from the grave of Fatima al-Zahra (as) however there was NO evidence to support it and not a single eye witness had stated that was the case. I dont believe in cursing them, but I do in condemning them.
  9. Describe Imam Hussain (As) In 1 Word

    How to describe him in words; when he not only gives honor to such descriptive terms, but also defines them - in life and death.
  10. Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabatabai

    Ahhhh =p sorry I thought you were referring to Ayatollah Tabatabaei. Not sure to be honest, where did you hear that rumor?
  11. Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabatabai

    He passed away in on the 7th November 1981 and is buried in Qom, Iran.
  12. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Do you hear it? The faint whisper in the air? Sukayna calls Hussain but there is no reply
  13. Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    !!!!!!!يا عباس المشهد المحذوف من مسلسل المختار الثقفي :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
  14. Awesomeee! I'm from Al-Hasa. However from the way my grandfather put it, the family has been traveling for quite some time. Before they moved into Al-Hasa, they lived in Tabriz, Iran (around 3/4 generations ago) How about yourself? Sweeet! I'd love to get a glimpse of it =p
  15. Grandfather x 1025 lol But seriously.. Why do Sayeds have to keep boasting about their lineage ya3ne.. Some people rather than actually doing anything great, use the title in order to give themselves the platform to demand respect from other individuals.. There is a non-Islamic quote I really adore, 'There is no need to boast of your accomplishments and what you can do. A great man is known. He needs no introduction.' And just in case any Sayed's read this and decide that I am trying to degrade them etc, I come from the lineage of Imam Hassan (as) ....