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  1. Ziyarat Ashura

    Listen to the ziyarah while reading the transliteration. That helps massively.
  2. Is there any repentance from suicide?

    Why do people reply as if the sister intends to commit suicide (God forbid). It is (hopefully a fair and good question). To answer, committing suicide is a sin, a big sin in fact. Now, shirk is the only sin God doesn't forgive. Meaning that committing suicide is a huge sin, but not a sin which should be compared to shirk. A person who committed suicide is still a Muslim and should be treated as such (i.e. a Muslim funeral). Khayr inshallah.
  3. Wow. I wrote this when I was doing my second year in high school (we have three years in my country). Now, I recently graduated, and I laugh when I read this. Amazing.
  4. I'm struggling to find lectures about surat yusuf (found only 1 by S. Ammar). Do anyone know?
  5. Taharat in office lavatory

    If it is wet before, then clean it first and dry it with tissues.
  6. This does not change the fact that it is not permissible according to religious law. Now, surely some people may suffer and live in pain, but there are surely ways to minimize the pain.
  7. Taharat in office lavatory

    What's the deal? Just put tissues around the toilet seat. No big deal. I do this myself. Furthermore, did you know that according to Sayed al-Sistani (ha) a najis item cannot transfer to another item if it is dry? It can only transfer if it is wet. This means that your body doesn't become najis if the toilet seat is dry. But, as you know, one thing is that it is not najis, and another thing is that it is quite disgusting.
  8. I thought I'd share this page with you. It is very nice and informative. https://www.facebook.com/nakshawanimemes/?fref=ts
  9. Alcohol in the workplace

    Surely not all lawyers lie and you can find many who don't lie.
  10. Alcohol in the workplace

    No, being a lawyer is not haram. Question: Is it permissible for a holder of a law degree to become a lawyer in a non-Muslim country upholding the laws of that country, and taking cases of non-Muslims since his purpose is to attract cases irrespective of their nature? Answer: If it does not involve violation of a right or lying or other forbidden acts, there is no problem in it. Source: https://www.sistani.org/english/book/46/2054/
  11. Alcohol in the workplace

    He is a lawyer. His job is not solely working with alcohol. You could perhaps say (as an example) that 30% of his work is working with alcohol, but 70% is halal work. Does that mean that all his income is haram? No, not at all.
  12. Alcohol in the workplace

    You have to contact the office of your marja for this question. However, there is no doubt that your work is haram, but that does not mean that all your income is haram. Contact your marja to clarify.
  13. Salam brother Contact them via Facebook.
  14. Salaam A Muslim Youth Project has been established, where the goal is to translate Arabic Shia lectures to a non-Arabic audience. This is a great project from the team behind it. This is their Facebook page. It needs help to grow! https://www.facebook.com/fragranceofknowledge/ Jzk
  15. Believe me, it is not the same.