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    • can you be more specific please.. Ayat 45:17 We gave them clear directions in matters pertaining to religion. Yet they differed among themselves (not out of ignorance but) after knowledge had come to them; and they did so out of the desire to commit excesses against one another.2 On the Day of Resurrection Allah will judge among them regarding what they had differed. do you mean we all should listen to each other becuase we all come from different countries and mosques? then i agree with that!  
    • A Shia girl is allowed to marry a Sunni man under certain conditions, as per Sayyid Sistani(may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) give him long life). Here are some of his fatwa on the subject Q9) Can a Shi'i girl marry a Sunni boy? A9) If there is a fear of being misled, it is not permissible Q17) We are a Shia family. A Sunni gentleman has asked for my sister’s hand in marriage. He is a very good and descent man. He is a good Muslim. We would like to know if there is anything in the Shia faith that prevents such a marriage. (That makes it haram)?? Plus is it ok if a Sunni Sheikh performs the wedding contract?? Is it ok if a Shia Sheikh performs the contract? A17) There is no objection with regards to Sunni Sheikh’s reading of the contract. But it is not permissible for a Shia girl to marry a Sunni man, if she fears being misled by him. http://www.alulbayt.com/rulings/11.htm   It is conditioned upon 'fear of being mislead'. Now that in itself is a large subject. To sum it up, what I believe this means is that if there is any indication that he will try to force his Mathab or other beliefs (such as those Nasayid beliefs which are not part of Islam) on her then it is haram to marry him. Same goes for the man, although it is more difficult for a women to force her beliefs on a man. I have said this before, that a women or a man should be very careful about marrying someone who doesn't share their basic beliefs about religion. This is because it is very likely that this will cause chaos in the house and the kids will end up becoming atheist or agonistic because they see religion only as a source of conflict and chaos, based on how their parents acted toward each other. At the same time, we can't say something is haram in all cases when it isn't. 
    • Did i say astrology? I meant onomy sorry. Welll the hadiths don't specify location, so it would be quite legit if elsewhere I believe.  
    • Salaam brother,  Agree. I provided the source. The Hadith present are many. Out of which, this is one.  Some say the period to be 7 years. Some call it 8,9,10,11,12, 309, 1000, 30 or 40. Anyways,  https://www.al-islam.org/an-overview-of-mahdi-s-government-najimuddin-tabasi/government-truth#period-rule
    • Yes, my mistake, I didn't add this in my previous post. As @Sabrejet said, grandmothers are also mahram. 
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