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    • I am guessing that this is the problem. One of the main reasons why pornography and looking at these kinds of images is haram. One of the things it does it to de sensitize a man to the point where, if he doesn't stop, he cannot get aroused by normal things, like relations with his wife, and must seek more and more extreme forms of imagery to get aroused. Many times, this leds to more haram acts like zina, seeing prostitutes', etc. It can also lead to other, more extreme things which I don't want to mention.  I am not saying this is the case with him, and it may not be the case, since I don't know anything about your situation, besides the few facts that you have posted. The main way you can tell if this is the case is thru tracking his finances. All these 'services' cost money, and some are quite expensive. If you see large amounts of money disappearing and he is not willing to explain to you what happened, or his explanation does not make sense, then this is big red flag and I would actually think about getting about a divorce at that point. I am hoping this is not the case. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) help you. Salam. 
    • I read this article that you posted. I grew up in Los Angeles in the late 80's early 90s during the epidemic of street gang violence in L.A., before the city became gentrified and noone except rich people could afford to live there. Anyway, this article reminds me exactly of the mentality of those gangs. There are only two differences. First, they identified based on gang affiliation, not religion. Second, they did not have access to billions of dollars and help from most of the government in the world. In the past, I couldn't imagine what would happen if these gangs had access to fighter jets, nuclear weapons, etc. Now I don't have to imagine, because I can see it with my own eyes. What is going on in Gaza now is exactly what would have happened.  Even the killing of children can be justified with this mentality. I remember in those days when a child would get killed in a drive by shooting on the street. If you asked those gang members who did the shooting about this, they would simply say, 'Well we didn't try to kill that kid, they just got in the way. It was an accident'. i.e. collateral damage. Which is exactly what the Israeli military is saying today.     
    • Assalamualaikum. My parents are unfortunately atheists. Obviously I, however, am Shi’i Muslim. I am reluctant  to tell my parents that I pray, not from fear but just worry. I usually pray in a clean bathroom (it has no toilet) and it is not rare that I miss the fajr prayer. I have a younger brother and sister. I’m 13 years old so I don’t have much power. Can anyone give me some advice inshallah? Wassalam.
    • @starlight @Northwest Coincidently I found this. This is a thread by a jew himself who is explaining how or why are they like that: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1393661393807843333.html
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