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  1. Salam. Congrats on being a Mod! :) 

    1. Zarla


      Wa Alaikum Assalam, brother. Thank you! :) 

  2. I don't think that he is a non-practicing academic. From what I've read, he is actually a practicing and devout muslim scholar. He just happens to be more open towards Islamic/shia reform, similar to Dr. Ali Shairati. The thing that I like about him is that unlike our traditional scholars, he is not in a closet, but out there expressing and explaining his ideas and thoughts about Islam. For example, he openly admitted that throughout history, majority of shia scholars believed in the Tahrif of the Quran, which is not what we hear normally from our traditional scholars. I watched another video of his on Taqlid and how the Marjaa's shouldn't just put up a website dedicated to answering Fiqhi questions, but they should also put a transparent record of their usage of the Khums money etc.
  3. What are your thoughts on his analysis?
  4. No there isn't. Infact that is promoted by the teachings of Islam and muslims were the first pioneers to modern science. The thing is that some of todays scientists become so egocentric that they completely ignore the works and impacts of the most influential men in history such as Prophet Muhammad, Jesus, Moses and others.
  5. Interesting. I hope it is beneficial to some people.
  6. Emailed you! I hope this thread attracts more of Data Science enthusiasts. I'm interested in how you said Data Science can be used in some social aspects. Could you please expand on that. Thanks
  7. What a big bug lol. My previous post got posted 3 times
  8. @Quisant What are you doing in this forum? How did it caught your interest, specially when it is such a small forum, representing such a small community. 25% muslim* 20% shia = 5% of the world's population. And we aren't like the jews either, who aren't even 1%, yet they are at the top and forerunners in almost everything.
  9. I am interested in data science/analyst. Have you been on Kaggle or done any of it's competitions? If you've found any good resource out there for absolute beginners, share it here. Thanks.
  10. That's a very simplified and naive conclusion. Atheists do believe in a cause, they just don't call it God, they call it the big bang, or energy or some field, and they're continually studying to find it.
  11. there is an English one out there, but the quality of the subtitle is very poor.
  12. "And We have revealed to you, [O Muúammad], the Book in truth, confirming that which preceded it of the Scripture and as a criterion over it. So judge between them by what Allah has revealed and do not follow their inclinations away from what has come to you of the truth. To each of you We prescribed a law and a method. Had Allah willed, He would have made you one nation [united in religion], but [He intended] to test you in what He has given you; so race to [all that is] good. To Allah is your return all together, and He will [then] inform you concerning that over which you used to differ", (Quran 5:48) It's always good to sometimes step outside the box and see other perspectives. This rabbi gives more insights on the value and nature of marriage than majority of our Islamic scholars. Enjoy the comedy!
  13. Thanks for the info. "The reason why the period of Hajj is extended to some months in this Verse is that some parts of Hajj rituals ('Umrah) can be performed in these 3 months." So does this mean that Umrah can only be performed within those 4 months? And what do you mean by Umrah being a part of the Hajj ritual?