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  1. How come the hoor al ayn, or houris, get to be born and live in eternal pleasure in Paradise? How come we have to go through life and all, and then we finally get Paradise as a reward for our actions, but the houris are all just sitting there from the beginning, waiting to have infinite sexual pleasure with their upcoming husbands? They literally feel no pain at all, ever, and if anything they only feel pleasure.
  2. Android applications

    Clash Royale. Everyone Join Clash royal and we should create a Shiachat clan.
  3. Free item with purchase

    Salam. I have some question regarding free item with purchase. Is it halal? What about some company giving random scratch off gifts in some of the products, such that most buyers get "try again" and some get "free coffee" or "free candy" ? Is it halal to use such scratch-off items if obtained?
  4. I want to introduce you all to my man Frigo He drives fast cars with pretty girls in the back Frigo always means business, Evolving like pokemon he got me pokemon for christmas, Frigo was my past, present and future, I told him I can’t see but he told me to stay persistent, He told me me to live for now and not worry about what’s distant, Frigo was my leader not an assistant and was gifted, Gifting me with unquenchable desires that I chase at a pace I can’t control, Frigo only drives fast cars with pretty girls in the back, I’m young but I believe in Frigo, he’s so youthful, I serve this world in no way but Frigo says I’m useful, I mean he’s was always there in my mind, Always giving me his time injecting me with promises which, I really hope aren’t lies He’s been there in times my where I thought I was doing wrong but he told me I was doing fine, Frigo feeds me all the knowledge anyone could ever ask for, I’m on this never landing flight and he’s holding onto my passport, The adrenaline I felt is what he calls my medicine, To keep adding on and never settle in, More is never enough, Frigo tells me that greed is a synonym for tough, Cause it’s a dog eat dog world and you gotta make the loudest woof, Frigo’s bark is loudest of them all, I can feel it within me like a hungry stomach suffering from starvation, Only this is hunger worse, Because even if I’ve eaten enough I’ll start to feel it like extreme thirst, I tell Frigo I must stop but he whispers in my ear, Convinces me to follow him once more, He tells me tomorrow I can stop and I never have to see him again, But then I wake up the next morning looking for my friend, Frigo tells me this is all life has to offer, He tells me giving is synonym for weakness, Give me all your time I’m giving you completeness, But I couldn’t do it anymore, and no whispering shall convince me, He smiled at me, began to rub his golden belly, He said I can make life so much easier if you’d just let me, Staring into his eyes the golden eyeballs with diamonds in his pupils, I look even deeper I can see his disapproval, The optics of the diamond through his pupil flickers a light that never seems to shine bright, This light that blinds my eyes like clouds blocking us from seeing the clear blue sky, I, ask Frigo why his light never fully shines, He says this light isn't mine, The diamond you see in my pupil, is a reflection of what I see in your eyes, The closer I looked into the diamond I could see, That the flickering light in Frigo's eyes, was me, He tells me he's not here to stop me from greed He's not going to stop telling me giving is for the weak, He's not the one who will put me on track, Frigo only drives fast cars, with pretty girls in the back, I locked Frigo up and swallowed the key, Giving is a synonym for tough, And greed is a synonym for weakness, I had to control my Frigo, I had to control my free-ego
  5. Plz visit Uk Islamic & General Knowledge s' Marriage centre page(Recently created) for new profiles,also if you looking for your match,send us your details(form uploaded on our marriage page) We ll post your profile on our page and group too,its an absolutely free service for Momineen https://www.facebook.com/IGKG-Marriage-Centre-1624895437814678/ Also you can join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1131707503575248/
  6. Coursera Courses

    What are the best courses that you attended on Coursera? Name a few free ones and a few paid ones as well. Are you currently taking any course? If yes, which one? What kinds of courses are you mostly interested in?
  7. very interesting point Sam Harris has - what do u say??
  8. Is God Free?

    Salam, Imam Ali says in the first sermon of Nahj al-Balagha that God doesn't have any attributes. Imam Reza reiterates this in Sheikh Saduq's al-Tawhid. Shia Islamic scholars have interpreted this as meaning that all the traditional attributes of God (e.g. omniscience, omnipotence, etc.) are identical with God and are not distinct or "accidental properties" of God. But this creates the problem of mercy and freedom. If mercy is an essential property of God, and not an "accidental property," then that means God must be merciful (or else He wouldn't be God anymore). This seems to contradict with the Shia Islamic traditions which say that God "chose" mercy for Himself (i.e. He could have not been merciful, but He chose to be merciful). This also makes the whole concept of thanking God meaningless, because he had to be merciful to us all the time because reality couldn't have been otherwise (he's a Necessary Being, couldn't have not existed, and couldn't have not been merciful). Why thank God for being merciful to us when things simply could not have been otherwise? It was not possible for God to have not been merciful to us, so why should we thank him for being merciful to us? Unless there is a rational way to solve this problem, this problem demonstrates that the whole concept of a merciful, free, and "worthy of being grateful to" God is incoherent. And hence the Islamic concept of God is logically incoherent and should not be believed in.
  9. Mosul to be Liberated

    Scenarios to liberate Mosul city, military sources Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Iraqi military sources reported that the forces moved this morning towards Nineveh province to participate in clearing the province from Da'ish (ISIS) gunmen, particularly in Shirqat and adjacent areas. The new military movements are part of the plan made and supervised by the international coalition to liberate Mosul city. The sources disclosed that 70 tanks were moved to Nineveh provincial areas from Salahal-din province. Military expert Staff General Mohammed al-Jbouri pointed out that the Iraqi forces were moved for two directions, the first is the international highway that connects Tikrit with Mosul cities and the second to the west through the desert to reach Hatra areas. Iraqi military expert Staff General Mohammed al-Jbouri, ex-army officer, pointed out that the Iraqi forces heading for Mosul city is moving into two main directions, the first towards the international highway that connects Tikrit with Mosul city and the second towards the west desert till reaching Hatra area to cover the rear of other armed forces from Da'ish attacks, then to move to the east towards Qayara cross-section, 50 kilometers to the south of Mosul city. General Jbouri added that the Iraqi forces will encounter a problem for reaching its targets in Qayara area, because the area is desert-like with no population concentrations or towns, except the areas to the north of Beiji city. "The international coalition took Qayara air base as the center for Mosul Liberation Operations", he clarified. Qayara air base is one of the best air bases in Iraq which was used by French Mirage planes. It overlooks the main four routes that lead to Nineveh province, as well as connecting with the bridge that leads to Arbil city. General Jbouri clarified that the Iraqi forces in Tikrit areas will control the western side of the Tigris River, while the forces coming from Makhmour area, south east of Mosul, will control the eastern side of the river. "In other words, it is possible to build a bridge between the two sides to facilitate the movement of the forces between the two banks", he elaborated. "Da'ish gunmen will not be able to threaten the Iraqi forces, except in minor cases like the bombed vehicles or long-range bombardment from the artillery gained when occupying Mosul's city two years ago", General Jbouri added. As concerning Shirqat area, 110 kilometer north of Tikrit city, General Jbouri pointed out that the area will collapse because Da'ish supply lines will be completely cut off, as well as for Haweeja area in Kirkuk province. "The US-led international coalition's forces will have the upper hand in liberating Nineveh province", he added. http://www.iraqtradelinknews.com/2016/06/scenarios-to-liberate-mosul-city.html
  10. Need Free Legal Advice In London?

    Sallam Brothers In London there are free legal advice centres called law clinics. I personally work in the University of East London law clinic. If you need legal advice come visit us, it is all free. All the advice given to clients are also checked by qualified solicitors so that it is not misleading. It is all free, we even give you cookies and juice if you come. the UEL one isn't the only one in UK though, there are many other ones spread over London and the UK so please check where the closest one to you is.
  11. Kitãb Al-Irshãd Available Online

    Salam-un-Alaikum. Shia-Maktab.info is happy to announce the availability of Kitãb al-Irshãd on its server. The PDF has both parts, (Part I: The Life of The Commander of The Faithful ‘Alī b. Abī Ṭālib and Part II: The Life of The Other Imams). The Biographical index is not available at this time; insha-Allah, in the future we will update the PDF to include it.
  12. Free Books Right At Your Door

    (bismillah) (salam) Fancy a free book delivered right to your door? Guess what, The Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (AS) offers various free books for Muslims and Non- Muslims around the world. Just pick a topic and email iro@imamrezashrine.com or imamrezashrine.8@gmail.com with your postal information and wait for their response. Spread the word because this offer is open for both Muslims and Non muslims throughout the world. A large variety of hard back books in various language are available. (wasalam)
  13. Hey, I know there are a lot of free Quran services out there, but I was wondering if anyone knows of one that would ship the English translation by Ali Quli Qara'i? I need this for a non-Muslim friend who is very interested in Islam and does not have access to internet. Thank you for any help.
  14. About a year ago I downloaded Microsoft Office for free (for those of you who don't know, it costs a hell of a lot of money). Now I am a little concerned though, having not paid for something is just like stealing it, and considering how all of my university work is done using Microsoft Office, is it fair to to say ALL the work I have done in the past (and will do in the future) using the downloaded Microsoft Office would be haraam? I understand I may just be being a little over the top but I thought I should ask this question anyway, just to be sure. Thanks for any replies :)
  15. We've a free book giveaway going on at Shia Hub's Facebook page. Salam Alaykum! Don't miss out the Holy Qur'an Giveaway on our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/shiahub. All you have to do is like our page and reply to the relevant post to be a part of this great giveaway. This translation of Holy Qur'an is one of the most researched and written in a unique side-by-side style. We'll announce a randomly selected winner on the auspicious birthday of Lady Fatima Masuma (as) on 1st of Dhul Qa'ada. Here are some guidelines: Though you may share anything, we'd appreciate a verse or hadith. Multiple replies will not help your chances of winning. Let your family and friends know about this too. For more details on the book: http://amzn.to/thequran JazakAllah! Book Description: A unique and exemplary translation of the Holy Qur'an done by the scholar Sayyid Ali Quli Qara'i, who has dedicated his efforts to translate the classics of Islamic literature into English. His innovative translation of the Arabic idioms along with extensive use of classical commentaries of both the Sunni and Shi'i scholars offer a broader understanding of some controversial verses in the Qur'an. The most outstanding feature of this translation is the new 'phrasal' approach in which the reader would find each phrase of the translation exactly opposite the corresponding Arabic phrases, making it possible to relate Arabic text with the English translation. Although the Arabic font size is not large enough, the binding makes it easily readable by allowing you to open the Qur'an completely.
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