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NOTICE: *** If you have just registered with Shiachat, as a basic member you will not have access to the chat room. Only Advanced members with 25 posts in the forums can use the chat room.

Chat Room Rules

Only Advanced members may enter the chat room. To qualify for the Advanced Member status, you must reach a total of 25 posts in the forums. SPAMMING the forums to reach 25 posts will get your account deleted along with all your posts. This rule was put in place to stop malicious users signing up to the forum just to enter the chat-room and cause havoc, and by-pass the chat-room bans. Such users are not wanted, and will not be tolerated.  The following rules must be accepted before entering the Chat Room. Failing to comply with these rules will get members suspended, banned and also possibly banned from the forums as well. Please be courteous to fellow members.

In addition to the ShiaChat.com forum rules and regulations, the following will not be tolerated in the chatroom: Blasphemy, Pornography, Perverted behaviour, Slandering Islamic scholars, Cursing the first 3 caliphs and Ayesha, Swearing/Profanity, Insulting, harassing or threatening other members whether they are present or absent (backbiting), Disrespecting others faiths, Racism, Abuse of emoticons/flash emoticons, Flooding/Scrolling the text, Abuse of chat text. Typing in all-caps, use of font-size other than standard 12, and lighter font colour that is hurtful to the eye must be avoided., Attempting to hijack a topic/discussion, Posting web links with unislamic content - music, dancing, etc.  ALL MESSAGES ARE LOGGED.

Please note that if you are warned or kicked by a moderator for breaking the rules or acting inappropriately, and you respond by either attacking them personally or sarcastically, you will be banned. Shiachat.com moderators and Admins reserve the right to act in accordance to maintaining a clean and safe environment for individuals of all age and race. 

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ShiaChat.com Chatroom Rules:

In addition to the ShiaChat.com forum rules and regulations, the following will not be tolerated in the chatroom:

- Blasphemy
- Pornography
- Perverted behaviour
- Slandering Islamic scholars
- Cursing the first 3 caliphs and Ayesha
- Swearing/Profanity
- Insulting, harassing or threatening other members whether they are present or absent (backbiting)
- Disrepecting others faith
- Racism
- Abuse of emoticons/flash emoticons
- Flooding/Scrolling the text 
- Abuse of chat text. Typing in all-caps, use of font-size other than standard 12, and lighter font colour that is hurtful to the eye must be avoided.
- Attempting to hijack a topic/discussion
- Posting web links with unislamic content - music, dancing, pornography etc.
- Discussing moderator/admin policy in public

Please note that if you are warned or kicked by a moderator for breaking the rules or acting inapropriately, and you respond by either attacking them personally or sarcastically, you will be banned. Shiachat.com moderators and Admins reserve the right to act in accordance to maintaining a clean and safe environment for individuals of all age and race. 

 

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The Chat. Self-Explanatory. Everyone wants to see what it's like. It's fun, interesting, different, whatever you make it! Be on your best behavior and be polite to others so your experience will be memorable. Chat Mods are fun people just like you, but if they warn you to stop, listen to them or you might get kicked out!

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