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  1. Asalaam Alaikum- Question~ A Sister friend of mine had this sent to her from another sister, I told her I am not sure of its validity but it is deemed false in a couple of Sunni Fatwa sites. Can anyone think of a source or is this just bogus? e THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER... Read it and tell me if you think the punishment part is right, we all know that not offering our prayers (salat) is HARAM! But little do we know the punishments that we will face... The Prophet peace be upon him narrated. "Convey from me, even if its one verse (Ayah)" Maybe forwarding this message to others can be beneficial for your Intercession on the Day of Judgement. The punishments of the one who doesn't pray. The Prophet peace be upon him narrated: "Whoever shows heedlessness (negligence) in praying salat, Allah punishes them with fifteen kinds of punishments" Six punishments in this lifetime. Three punishments while dying. Three punishments in the grave. Three punishments on the day of Judgment. Six punishments in this lifetime: 1 - Allah takes away blessings from his age,(makes his life misfortunate) 2 - Allah wipes out the virtues of righteous people from his face. 3 - Allah does not accept his Dua's. 4- He will be detested by all creatures on Earth. 5 - Allah does not award him for his good deeds. 6 - He will not be included in the prayer & Dua's of the righteous. (good people) Three punishments while dying. 1- He dies humiliated. 2-He dies hungry. 3- He dies thirsty. Even if he drinks the water of all the seas, he will still be thirsty. Three punishments in the grave. 1- Allah tightens his grave until his chest, ribs come over each other. 2- Allah pours on him fire with embers (red colour, hot coal made of immensely heated firewood). 3- Allah sets on him a snake called "The Brave" "The Bold" which rolls all around his body & crushes him. Three punishments on the day of Judgment. 1- He will be dragged face down over hot burning coal to the hellfire. 2- Allah gives him an angry look that makes the flesh of his face fall down 3- Allah judges him strictly and orders him to be thrown in hell. Those who do not offer their prayers of: FAJR: The glow of their face is taken away. DHUHR: The blessing of their income is taken away (even if he has millions, he will be poor). ASR: There is no strength in their body. MAGHRIB: They are not benefitted by their children. ISHA: The peace of their sleep is taken away. a beautiful duaa for thanking Allah for every moment "Allah humma Ainni ala zikrika wa shukrika wa husni ibadatika"
  2. Are Sinners Blameworthy?

    If it is past experiences that shape a person, (and those past experiences or things that happen to him, he would not be able to control, i would say that God controls what happens to a person) then if it is past experiences that make someone bad, then are his bad actions blameworthy? EDIT: i meant to say would it be his fault
  3. I'm not sure if Erdogan or the Saudis are the sufyani, but they act a lot like it and fund bad people who could be described as sufyani. I have my own beef with him (his persecution of gulenists, kurds, and other political dissidents in turkey). In 2013, there were corruption allegations in Turkey where the judiciary uncovered millions, if not billions of dollars in hidden bribe money going to Iran and al Qaeda linked groups, in violation of the fight against terrorism, and the sanctions on iran and countersanctions by iran. at the forefront of this was businessman reza zarrab, a billionaire who exchanged gold for Iranian oil and natural gas, and possibly has info on turkey's dealing with takfiris. alsdo implicated were 4 AKP ministers, Erdogan's son Bilal, and a bank known as Halkbank. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_corruption_scandal_in_Turkey zarrab has dual Iranian and Turkish citizenship, and was accused of money laundering using US banks and sending millions to iran, and possibly other groups. but recently, Zarrab, and the vice president of halkbank, Mehmet hakan Attila, were arrested after landing on American soil. they are currently charged with money laundering and WAR CRIMES. Zarrab was arrested shortly after his boss was arrested and executed in Iran for the corruption, because he stole Iranian people's money in the corruption scandal. Zarrab then flew to Miami, and was arrested. Attila flew to New York, and was arrested. So much information was discovered, American prosecutors said: "we can not share everything, as it is a matter of national security." There cases were merged, and they are sent to trial on August 21. Rudy Giuliani, a close associate of Donald Trump, President of the US, is representing Zarrab and wants to make it a diplomatic case, in order to benefit "American national security" and "make a deal with Turkey" But Rudy Giuliani is in trouble for dealing with Russian intelligence during the election campaign. Erdogan went on a rage, calling Preet Bharara, the man who originally prosecuted Zarrab but has now been replaced after trumps inauguration, "a FETO member" (FETO stands for "Fethullahci Teror Orgutu" or "Fetullahist Terrorist organization" a term for the Gulen movement led by Fethullah Gulen) Meanwhile, German lawyers have filed crimes against humanity charges against Turkish military, and Syria has complained to the UN about the violation of their sovereignty. My father, a financial economist with a PhD is finance, claims Turkey could face international sanctions, by the West for supplying Iran (ironically), by Iran and Russia for funding groups like ISIS, al nusra, and Boko Haram (a wiretapped phone conversations showed a Turkish officer saying, "we don't even know if these weapons will kill Muslims or Christians...they're headed for Nigeria!"), by Iran and Russia for the latter, by Iran for stealing their money, and by everyone for crimes against the kurds. Meanwhile, a lawsuit has been filed against two Saudi banks for their role in 9/11 (the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks in the US) and it has become legal in the US for 9/11 affected families to sue Saudi Arabia. With rising discontent in Turkey over the won presidential system referendum proposed by President Erdogan, the drop in oil prices affecting Saudi arabia, extremism and zulm amy soon be crushed. (and the economy in Turkey is already getting bad, and with sanctions the Turkish people will likely turn in Erdogan, even though many support him now, including the courts and intelligence, who often stage terror attacks and blame it on "PKK" or "ISIS")
  4. Punishment for apostates

    If a person from an Islamic country committed Apostasy of Islam abroad, and returns as a non-Muslim citizen, would they still be committing a crime? Alsalamu Alaykum I would rather start my responding by a verse of the Quran in this regard; At the very beginning, we shall know about the kinds of apostasy or the differences between apostates, then Islamic rules in accordance with every one of them would be expressed.
  5. 10 Questions About Islam

    Salam So I asked these questions on another forum, a Sunni one, and get no answer after 50 days... Shame :/ So I am going to re-write said questions and hope my wait won't last as long. 1. Am I allowed to leave Islam and return to it?2. I am having constant doubts; almost becoming agnostic; but I simply brush them off when they come up. Am I still a Muslim or have I committed "shirk"?3. Do other sections of Islam, if they sincerely believe they are correct, enter heaven; or only us?4. If other sections of Islam do enter heaven, given their circumstances; does that apply to other religions? 5. Do people enter heaven based on: morals or belief. In other words, could an athiest enter heaven?6. Does the Qur'an apply prior to its reveal or is its miracle limited to only after?7. Why does God punish me, (kufar), for thousands of years, if I've only lived for 60-100 years?8. In the Qur'an it says "أنما أنت منذر و لكل قوم هاد""You are a warner, and for every tribe there is a guider" So where is our guidance?9. Will the Dajjal enter heaven or hell?10. Can I accept the Big Bang theory and the Evolution? These are pre-questions, harder ones will follow P.S Don't give me essays for an answer, try to keep it maximum paragraph. Wassallam
  6. Question concerning shaytan

    I hope you're all well. Keeping it simple, my question is, why is satan promised eternal damnation in hell? Was it because he refused to bow to adam, or was it because of the acts that followed? Perhaps it was about more than just refusing to bow? I can't accept the notion that it was a simple rejection to bow that led to his punishment. God is all Seeing, All knowing, Most Merciful. He is aware of satan's pride, and how it blurrs his judgement. The Quran says, "Allah does not charge a soul except [with that within] its capacity". There is the element of free will and the concept of testing, but I can't believe Satan would be stupid enough to disobey a direct command from God with first hand proof of His existence. Knowing fully that there is no escape from God, even if I believed it were unjust (due to my ignorance), I'd follow through. And I've only been living for 21 years. Satan has been living long before then. What I mean to say, he is most definitely wiser than any of us. So is there more to the story? I do realise that the bow wasn't only meant for Adam, but the light of the ahl-albayt and muhmmad (pbuh) that resided in him. I ask this because I hoped to better understand the extent of God's mercy. Thank you for reading
  7. ALCOHOL PUNISHMENT?!?!

    Salaam brothers and sister. So I live in a western society like most of you, however as you may tell by the title this has to do with alcohol. So a few weeks earlier, I made a big, big mistake. I went into a bar for one. And secondly I drank alcohol. Knowing very good and well that it's haram and I know the effects of alcohol in the body, I.e. 30 days with no acceptance of prayers, can't hold the Quran etc. and the same day I did this I felt so bad it's killing me inside everyday I hate myself everyday for doing this to myself. I really, really wish I could repent by praying, but I know that my prayers wouldn't be accepted. Waiting 30 days for prayers is too long for me, unfortunately, I should have known better in that case.. Will Allah forgive me? I can't tell this to my family or anyone. People ask me why don't you pray when everyone else's praying I honestly feel smaller than an ant I don't know how to respond. I need help brothers and sisters. Any suggestions? god bless you all with a great New Years! Salaam.
  8. Punishment For Homosexuality.

    Salam Alaykum, I have been wondering about the punishment for homosexuality in Shia Islam, will they get any physical punishment like get killed, whipped or is it up to Allah(swt)?
  9. Salams Would appreciate your help in answering below questions with credible references. 1) Can someone refer me to Iran’s detailed laws regarding veil/hijab, specifically the punishment (official links will be quite helpful, if any)? 2) What is the basis of the punishment for not wearing proper dress code? Is it Islamic? Is it a specific law of Iran based on society’s preference? Or is a decision of the Supreme Leader of Iran? E.t.c 3) If it’s Islamic, can someone kindly share references used by law makers (are there any such Islamic references at all)? For example, were women punished for not covering themselves in the times of the Prophet P.b.u.H? Or did our Imams endorse the punishment for not observing hijab? 4) If it’s based on society’s preference, can someone clarify whether it was devised in consideration of the general consent of the (majority of) public and/or its representatives? 5) There are protestors seeking freedom to wear what they want. There are also protestors who want the government officials to strictly impose moral dress. Are there any official or third party statistics suggesting the majority view? 6) Are the punishments strictly carried out or do most people get away with a warning? Thank you
  10. Hell-fire

    I'm trying to gather some information on hell-fire, I'd like to know of any non-literalist views on what the fire may be/ representing. Any info, personal view or from a particular source would be great Thanks
  11. Separation Or Punishment?

    (bismillah) Ya Ali Madad La'nat on the enemies of Ahlulbait Rahbar Faqat Khameneist I was pondering on a question for a long time until a few days ago one of my friends answered me in a halaqeh. The question was this: In many Duas, such as Dua-e-Komail, we have sentences such as "Oh god, suppose I bear your chastisement, but how can I bear the separation between you and me?". However, we also have so many hadiths condemning sins and telling us to be fearful of the sin which will lead us toward hell. Imam Khomeini's 40 hadith also talks about the punishment in hell fire and how fearful it is... So the question was: should we be afraid of hell fire? if so, why do we have other duas and hadiths telling us that hell fire is not worth our fear but rather we should fear god's separation? He answered my question with this great analogy: When a child is growing up and he is learning behaviour, his parents will often scold him or give him some sort of punishment to scare him away from doing wrong things. If the child does something wrong he will immediately be fearful of the punishment he gets... Therefore, the fear he has for the punishment is for his own sake... However, when he grows up, his wrongdoing will no longer correspond with punishment. He will fear the fact that his parents may turn their face away from him, or be upset with him. He is no longer scared of scolds or time-offs, but rather afraid of being neglected by his parents. This is a higher form of fear. Therefore, using this analogy, we can understand that when we recite duas (such as dua komail), it is directed toward people who have gone past the stage of fear of punishment. These are the people who have "grown up". They are no longer afraid of the punishment but rather separation between themselves and their creator. I hope this answers some of us who had the same question in mind. Also, if you have something to add to this, I would love to hear from you!
  12. A thought came to my mind when I was talking to a friend about religion and that is what will happen to all the non Muslims, so people that follow religions like Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, etc . Will all the non Muslims be punished in hell or will God forgive some on some kind of conditions?
  13. I found this in the greater sins, doesnt it sum up the current state of the world perfectly? The Holy Prophet (S) says: “Calamities will befall my Umma as sinking of the earth and rain of stones.” The people asked, “When would it happen?” “When the instruments of music become common, singing girls are in great number and the use of intoxicants is widespread. By Allah, many people of my Umma will be such that they shall spend the night in merry-making and sensuality and in the daytime become like monkeys and pigs. It will be the consequence of considering the prohibited things permissible, they will be occupied with singing girls, frequently take intoxicants, devour interest and shall dress in clothes made of silk.” http://www.al-islam.org/greater_sins_complete/21.htm#10
  14. If God is needless of anything, even our prayer, then why does he want us to pray? You might say that, yes, it doesn't benefit God but it benefits "us". Well ok, let's go with this... What if I don't want this benefit? Why would I be punished for it? Its like me Telling someone to do a chore, but it doesn't affect or benefit me in the slightest bit. Though, I tell the person that if he doesn't do this chore then I will kill him. Wheres the logic in this? Thanks.
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