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سبحان الله

The Gate of All Nations,

The Place of the Martyrdom of Imam Al-Ridha,

The Place of the Domes of Jamkaran for the Mahdi,

The Place of Worship and Shia of Ali,

Indeed,

It pleases the Believer in this Gate,

To have every gender respecting the Imams,

But does the force lay upon the shoulders of the homes?

Nay!

By Allah,

The Western sphere is free of prohibitions,

And they forgot the Messengers who were sent to them,

Unlike the Gate of All Nations,

Who are following the Highest Messenger,

And his highest Trustee.

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3 hours ago, alidu78 said:

Salam aleykoum,

Are there some narrations wich say that in a muslim country we must force women to wear hijab ?

I haven't seen a specific narration. It seems to be the reason some fuqaha have this ruling is because it comes under nahi an al munkar.

Also, some fuqaha say all sins are punishable under the Islamic court - and this is done through ta'zir. And not wearing hijab would be a sin.

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8 hours ago, E.L King said:

I haven't seen a specific narration. It seems to be the reason some fuqaha have this ruling is because it comes under nahi an al munkar.

Also, some fuqaha say all sins are punishable under the Islamic court - and this is done through ta'zir. And not wearing hijab would be a sin.

So we could also punish someone by tazir becasue he doesnt pray ?

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11 hours ago, alidu78 said:

Most shias will have lashes with that.  All scholars think that ?

Most Shi'a don't pray? May I remind you that being a tarik al salat might be worse than adultery.

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If i go by masjid Shia people only come for 2 prayers (eid prayers). And yes they do come 1st 10 days of muharram but on regular days may be 6 or 7 people come to masjid for prayers. 

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1 hour ago, Ron_Burgundy said:

If i go by masjid Shia people only come for 2 prayers (eid prayers). And yes they do come 1st 10 days of muharram but on regular days may be 6 or 7 people come to masjid for prayers. 

You can pray in private. There is no obligation to pray in a Mosque or in congregation for regular daily prayers.

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1 hour ago, E.L King said:

If the one who take his prayer lightly out of ignorance and because of the worldly desires but the person never actually deny that it is part of faith, if the person returns back and pray all of it by their time till the person death takes over, does the person need to suffer from the prayers that he/she took them lightly?

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2 minutes ago, Dhulfikar said:

If the one who take his prayer lightly out of ignorance and because of the worldly desires but the person never actually deny that it is part of faith, if the person returns back and pray all of it by their time till the person death takes over, does the person need to suffer from the prayers that he/she took them lightly?

Yes, unless he repented and his repentance is excepted.

Paying back your debt is one thing, but you still need to repent for the original sin.

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16 minutes ago, E.L King said:

Yes, unless he repented and his repentance is excepted.

Paying back your debt is one thing, but you still need to repent for the original sin.

The repenting of the salat is going back to salat and do them all in time + Qada prayers?

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36 minutes ago, Dhulfikar said:

The repenting of the salat is going back to salat and do them all in time + Qada prayers?

- do the qadha prayers and go back to praying in time

- ask Allah for forgiveness for neglecting prayers, and never go back to that

That will be enough insha Allah

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On 11/21/2017 at 2:34 PM, E.L King said:

You can pray in private. There is no obligation to pray in a Mosque or in congregation for regular daily prayers.

Why do we spend so much money on mosques? Just stop building mosques. 

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