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  1. Basim Ali

    Banned Members

    Back again as Pia. Banned. I think we can all take a lesson or two in willpower from this guy's resolve to come back on the website. :-)
    5 points
  2. Sometimes I wonder why do I pray for those who have hurt me so much. Then I think that is what Allah(SWT) teaches us to do. Forgiveness though a extremely hard concept but favored by Allah(SWT). :(
    4 points
  3. Abu 3antar

    Cult (And It's Leader)

    Most likely, yes. Good observation, I never thought about the event from this perspective.
    3 points
  4. khamosh21

    Am I Alone?

    I'm 28... mashAllah and learning from such young kids... keep up the good work guys :) Don't want to start on this discussion... but marriage is freedom from the prison of the nafs... i wish my parents had married me when I was 18 (i got married at 26). I couldn't be happier, having a wife is one of the greatest blessing of Allah swt in my life.
    3 points
  5. Fatima NMA

    Am I Alone?

    ^ lol nothing it's just..u r so young guys :P may Allah protect you, brothers, against evil and satanic whispers :)
    3 points
  6. Wisdom Lion

    Men Piercing An Ear

    I've seen shia with it but I think it's for girls lol.
    3 points
  7. I tend to spend time worrying about my own beliefs instead of chasing after and harassing others.
    3 points
  8. How many neo-Waqifah are there? I suspect there aren't enough to fill a Fiat 500, yet the amount of attention they attract in the online community would suggest that neo-Waqifism is a rapidly expanding threat to mainstream Twelverism. As to your question, I guess that, if after analysing and meditating on the riwayaat and the sometimes confusing and contradictory historical materials, one comes to the conclusion that al-Kazhim (as) is al-Qa'im, then obviously the last 5 would no longer fall within the sphere of Walayah. I think that's one of the main reasons neo-Waqifism is so difficult fo
    3 points
  9. Gainzz

    Syria, The Latest

    You are quick to blame Assad, when Al-Qaida for the last two years has made videos killing children, women and elderly people, even posting it on Youtube to show what they are capable of.
    3 points
  10. Islamic Salvation

    Rijal Al-Kashi

    وعنه، عن سعد، عن أحمد بن محمد، عن الحسين بن سعيد، عن معمر بن خلاد، قال قال أبو الحسن عليه السلام : ما ذئبان ضاريان في غنم قد غاب عنها رعاؤها بأضر في دين المسلم من حب الرياسة ثم قال : لكن صفوان لا يحب الرياسة 966. And from him (i.e. Muhammad bin Qulawayh) from Sa'd from Ahmad bin Muhammad from al-Husayn bin Said from Muammar bin Khallad who said: Abu al-Hasan عليه السلام said: two harmful wolves amidst a flock of sheep whose shepherd is absent are not more dangerous to a man's Diin than his love for leadership (i.e. desire to rule over others), then he said: but Safwan (bin Yahya) does not lo
    3 points
  11. Maybe by first having the US tell KSA to stop arming al-Qaeda, or else...
    3 points
  12. Sayyed Fadlullah was a great man and great role model for the Islamic World.Even though Sayyed Fadlullah was a Shia he also inspired many Muslims of other Islamic sects and he was also an inspiration to Non-Muslims.Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah was a source of inspiration and a spiritual guide for hundreds of thousands of followers whocould not hold back their tears at the news of his death.His influences extended way beyond Lebanon's borders, extending even toCentral Asia. Sayyed Fadlullah was considered a unique moderate force in thetop ranks of the Shia Religious establi
    2 points
  13. (salam) For those that are not convinced that fluoride is dangerous in drinking water , watch this . you all are under attack . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=et1NSxT1K4w#t=166 ws
    2 points
  14. (bismillah) Just a reminder: It is not permissible for a Muslim man to go to unisex swimming pools and other places where people go about half-naked. That is if it entails a harãm act. Based on obligatory precaution, one must refrain from going to such places, even if it does not entail a harãm act. http://www.sistani.org/index.php?p=251364&id=46&pid=2068
    2 points
  15. Women in the Nahjul Balagha: A Psychological Perspective Author: Maryam Moin al-Islam The difference between men and women according to Imam Ali (P) from the psychological perspective One of the other important principles, which should be considered about women, and therefore, one should refer to Imam Ali (a.s), is the physical-psychological differences between men and women. The intellectual and emotional differences between men and women One of the undeniable differences between men and women relates to the intellect and feelings. Of course, it should be noted that by intellect, it mea
    2 points
  16. This shows that they were too weak on their own and needed support. This is a good thing, now Syria can destroy both FSA and al-Qaeda. This will also show that USA is not against Al-Qaeda but rather supporting it which we all knew but this is clear proofs. They are all just one large terrorist organization.
    2 points
  17. Salaam, I disagree. A woman was not built for man. A woman is her own, she like any other person in a man's life is a tool to aid him on his journey to Allah, and vice-versa. And so therefore, when a man and woman come together in matrimony it is to assist one another by fulfilling their roles in order to reach their ultimate destination. The second defense you made about the necessity to pay attention to woman due to the makeup of her nature. I think the correlation that you pointed out still doesn't draw any justification to the absurdity (IMO) of what the author included in her article. I
    2 points
  18. (salam) Since you've mentioned both sides yourself, why don't you start by posting the narrations that you are aware of?
    2 points
  19. No because just because someone is in military does not mean they will kill or hurt anyone; I doubt many of them even want to be in military they are just forced to.
    2 points
  20. You just made 2 statements that contradict each other: ' tho woman is deficient in faith from prayer' and 'this doesn't mean she is less faith' are saying opposite things. The first statement is saying woman are deficient in faith, the second that women arent. The salat example is not an example of a deficiency in faith, but an example of an imposed deficiency in worship (although intention to worship may not be at all deficient). These are different things. Being forced to abstain from salat for a period does not mean your faith is diminished - the notion is absurd and certainly isnt borne
    2 points
  21. Indeed, this thread is useless. We are here to discuss religion, not some stupid and lustful desire of a mental patient.
    2 points
  22. And? Whats the use or the purpose of this? No offence, but In Today's World the Human being has reached so man levels of Stupidity and is yet to Unlock more. So this is no surprise.
    2 points
  23. This is disgusting. Absolute pure filth.
    2 points
  24. My boyhood fantasy was to have 365 wives, one for every day of the year. I gave that one up a long time ago ( for this life anyway) Doing justice between people is not easy, anyone who has ever been in a position to manage people knows this quite well. Doing justice between wives is even harder than this, since there is more emotions involved.
    2 points
  25. Muslims today are unable to point the conspiracy against them , West is following divide and rule policy among Muslims still all Islamic world is unaware except few of them There are some Nasibi ppl in Palestine but we can't generalize it on all Palestinian We are followers of Ahlul Bat a.s, Palestinian are Hanbali or shafie still we support them on basis they are Muslims their honour and property should be protected And those ppl who are against I.R.Iran and Hezbollah are nothing but supporters of Zionist , there opposition to Iran and Hezbollah is favourable to Zionist, All Muslims should
    2 points
  26. it may not be haram, but why would a man make a hole in his skin? yes it does give sign that the person lacks morals. its the body that Allah swt gave us, I wouldn't wanna go making holes in my skin- for woman to. can you imagine a well mannered man, nicely dressed, respectful, religious and pious have a piercing ? yeah me neither.. wasalam :)
    2 points
  27. Yet in Iraq, the same 'monafiqeen' aka Sunni Islamists like yourself.... (Ikhwan, Alqaida and etc) who make the backbone of Syrian opposition, the so called FSA and Nursra, these are the same monafiqeen who are avenging the fall of the Baathists Saddam Hussein for the last 10 yrs and killing innocent civilians every day... While in Syria, they are supporting the fall of Bashar the Baathists..! Have you heard of a single explosion under 40 yrs of Saddam Hussein or a single suicide bombing? I don't think so! Saddam is considered 'shaheed' by Sunni Islamists and clerics and Jihad is on against h
    2 points
  28. I kind of have a problem with the way the author addresses or attempts to explain certain excerpts of Nahjul Balagha. From among a couple these two explanations bothered me a lot. [17] -" It will cause an irreparable damage if this essential desire of a woman isn’t considered. A woman is only alive to be a lover, and paying attention to her is the essence of life.” [18] I mean what is this? I personally find this degrading. Woman are not that shallow. The whole article she builds a theme of how wonderful women are in their creation, but with this one sentence it completely obliterates the idea
    2 points
  29. I am neither of these nor am I waqifi.......so that should answer your question. Oh wait!!!!, I forgot to add I am not a takfiri either so I am not going to go on incessantly whining about other sects.
    2 points
  30. Asmaa

    First Female Ambassador

    DARK DAY? Such a strong statement! Whay do you call it dark? It is not against islamic rules AT ALL!!! Have you ever heard anything about Lady Fatima (PBUH) and Lady Zeinab (PBUH) talking in front of a great number of people? I bet you do, because your "sing" is about Lady Zeinab!!! And, do you know that 50 out of 313 leaders of Imam Mahdi (PBUH) are women? See? Leaders!!! Maybe being a leader is more controvertial tha being a mere spokeswoman. Will you call it "dark days" as well?
    2 points
  31. Well, thanks for your carefully considered input, though I'm not sure what Mac being white has to do with anything. I suspect, a convert would find it easier to accept neo-Waqifism because they are not carrying the life-long cultural attachment to all the Aimmah (as) that a person born into the faith would have. They may be able to accept certain arguments without instinctively rejecting them. The same problem occurs with Sunnah and their reflexive rejection of Tashayyu' because of its rejection of some of its most beloved personalities. Btw, a Fiat 500 can carry 4 people (if the people in t
    2 points
  32. What does being a minority have to do with receiving one's due rights? As for Iraq, the current situation is a joke. The Shi'ah STILL make up the overwhelming proportion of the financially and socially underprivileged despite having "power" (do you really consider that the Shi'ah are truly in control of that joke of a parliament they have?). Almost 10,000 have been killed so far this year in terrorist attacks by your brethren in "faith", and there isn't even officially a civil war. With regards to Assad and the Ba'athists, in an ideal world, of course I'd like to see them gone and replaced
    2 points
  33. Sunnis claim that 'Ulul Amr' are people like (Ghaddafi and Asad) yet we see them (Sunnis) revolt against them. lol
    2 points
  34. Gainzz

    First Female Ambassador

    Congrats to her.
    2 points
  35. Let's not forget Sayyida Zaynab gave a religious + political speech in front of men and woman. She did so while the Imam of her time was present, hence having his permission to do so i would conclude. Without being over confident, i would believe that is proof enough that woman can be involved in political dialogues where men are also present.
    2 points
  36. Repentant

    Syria, The Latest

    What purpose would Assad have to attack his own people, to attack a school which I assume was occupied by students? Shouldn't Assad use his limited resources on fighting the enemy? Maybe a bomb was dropped on the school because the school was abandoned and used by the terrorist rebels? That is very possible. Once again, what purpose does Assad have to attack his own citizens? Rather these terrorist rebel fighters have been attacking civilians for years now. Just look at Iraq where 4,000 people died in a single month from the very same terrorist groups and their allies. So if these groups
    2 points
  37. skylight2

    Syria, The Latest

    it is the wahabbi takfiris who the zio-wahabbis are supporting in Syria who are doing this not Assad... and if you don't know this, then you are feigning your tears - I don't believe for one moment that you are ignorant, you know fully well what is going on, given the time you spend here on Shi'a chat for no apparent reason.
    2 points
  38. 2 points
  39. Israel has a large Orthodox population who refuse, and are exempt, from military service (which is one of the reasons the secular population loathes them). So saying all men at one point in time manhandled Palestinians is incorrect.
    2 points
  40. Abu Hadi

    First Female Ambassador

    Sayyida Khadija(a.s) was a business women and she dealt with men and had men employees. She also maintained her aklaq, obviously.
    2 points
  41. AliSaleh

    First Female Ambassador

    its good that women in iran are suceeding and getting good posts. iran forever!!!
    2 points
  42. There has been multiple instances. As for news source, how about Turkish news www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php?/topic/235014142-turkish-police-arrest-syrian-rebels-belonging/ www.zaman.com.tr/gundem_adanada-el-kaide-operasyonu-12-gozalti_2094730.html Or even bbc: m.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22720647 It's also funny how originally in Turkish news they say they found chemical weapons, but the re-utter stories like in BBC gets watered down, and they try to downplay the chemical weapons part.
    1 point
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