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  1. 4 points
    Sapphire

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Aslam e Elukum Brothers & Sisters, Our dear grandmother passed away. Kindly recite Surah Fatiha for her and make dua. Iltemas e Dua JAZAKALLAH Khair.
  2. 3 points
    The benefit of mut`a is that it takes one out of disliked lifestyles (bachelorhood) and haraam lifestyles (fornication, adultery, masturbation) and into a halal lifestyle. It binds a relationship by a legal contract that protects the rights of the man, the woman, and any children that may come from the marriage. So all you need is to find a single girl who fits the criteria (a Muslim, a Jew, or a Christian) and explain the procedure to her. The two of you need to define a dowry, a timeframe, and explain your rights and her rights in the marriage. Please see the link in post #2. As for the point on non-Muslims, it's valid. Most practicing Shi`a girls are uninterested in mut`a because it hurts their chances of getting married later. Even if she is interested, keep her future in mind. Virginity is highly valued in Muslim cultures (for better or for worse), while relationships are more very normal in Western cultures. Relationships here do not lower one's status whatsoever. Having mut`a with non-Muslims is not taking advantage of them, it's bringing them from the haraam and into the halal.
  3. 3 points
    Azaan shah

    If Imammat Is From Allah...

    L 0 o 0 o L Cl0wns G0 t0 #ELL U ALL !!
  4. 3 points
    I was absolutely appalled when I first heard the teenager "affluenza" case, and I thought and hoped it would be the only such case. But now, I see that throughout the United States, the country I was born in and have spent a great deal of my life in, these cases are becoming common. Due to the fact that my father had not immigrated to the United States, I went back to Punjab, Pakistan as an infant with my mother. I continued to spend most of my childhood there before returning and spending my teenage years onward mostly living in the United States. Because of this, I became very experienced with both cultures, systems of government, and ideas of justice. I never had thought that what was happening to the Pakistani justice system would happen in the United States as well. I always thought that the American Judicial System did not live by the "Might is Right" rule such as the Pakistanis. Indeed, I was wrong. Might is very right, whether in the East or the West. It is a great shame to see this. It breaks ones heart to see this kind of injustice. It breaks it into a thousand irreplaceable pieces. After hearing cases like this, the people are becoming terrified of fighting cases against the wealthy. It is no longer a secret that the wealthy rule over the weak, not only in East, but also the West. A great tragedy took place in these two courtrooms. Innocent children were denied justice in one. A girl with her whole life taken away by her own father had her heart broken. She had her dreams shattered, and the ones she hoped would help her undoubtedly threw her hope and care away. In the other, families of four people were denied justice. They ripped their hearts out and put them on the stand for these greedy monsters called judges to see. They hoped that these judges would rule justice after seeing their innocent and broken hearts, but why would they? They were too busy enjoying the money of a murder. I wonder about these men who pardon rapists and murderers because they have many little, rectangular, green pieces of paper with pictures. It is a truth, self evident, that the slogan Hayhaat Mina Dhilla (Banished From Abasement) is shouted not only by the Shi'a, but by all those who are oppressed and are restless to find justice. They will take away our rights, our safety, our loved ones, our youth, our strength, our bliss, possibly our very lives. Why? To give to these greedy mongrels. But indeed they are the abased and humiliated ones. And, God-Willing, we will be banished from abasement.
  5. 2 points
    Fatima Zahra: The Supreme Example of a Perfect Human Being http://imhussain.com/e_index.php?ac=news&id=187 Fatima al-Zahraa belongs to the noblest family ever existing throughout the whole history of mankind. Her distinguished father was the very last messenger of Allah, a personality that the Holy Quran introduces him as Oswatun Hasanah (the Best Paradigm). Mother of Holy Fatima was a pure lady named Khadija, a godly woman with unparalleled virtues and merits, who dedicated all her wealth for the sake of promotion of Islam. According to the Islamic calendar, Fatima Zahra was born in the 20th day of Arabic lunar month Jamadi al-Thani, five years after Bi-tha (appointment of Mohammad to the position of divine prophethood) and 8 years before Hegira (immigration of the Holy Prophet from Mecca to Medina). The story of her birth is a wonderful one. The Prophet – through a divine command – was ordered to seclude himself from contact with Khadija for 40 days. Despite all his love for his dear wife, the Holy Prophet did not go home in compliance with Allah-s order. During the whole 40-day period of his seclusion, Mohammad was engaged in prayers, fasting, and spiritual connections with his Lord. The Holy Prophet had sent a courier to Khadija to notify her of the matter and assure her that there was nothing wrong with her and that the event had happened as a result of Allah`s command. When the seclusion stage came to its end, at the time of Iftar (while the Holy Prophet was preparing himself to end his fasting by eating food), he heard the familiar voice of Archangel Gabriel: "Allah sends His salaams (peace) to you! Get ready to receive the celestial gift from your Lord!" Then angels brought down a tray full of heavenly fruits for Mohammad . Gabriel told him: "Eat from this heavenly dish tonight; then go to Khadija; Almighty Allah has willed to create a pure child out of this blissful food." Thus Fatima was conceived from the fruits of paradise. FOR THE ENTIRE ARTICLE PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW THE PICTURE!
  6. 2 points
    I can't figure out if Darth Vader is my least favorite SCer or my all-time favorite person
  7. 2 points
    I dont think a person should take advantage of such people but rather come with a mutal agreement with the indivual. And just because some of them have no self respect it doesnt mean one has the right to walk all over them. Friends with benefit, thats more commen in the west, so if both parties agree on a condition then it should be fine. This marriage just makes the relationship or agreement halal. I understand that some people may not classify what their doing as adultery or sin,because they dont believe the same thing as muslims do and I think we shouldnt penalize them for it. Most relgious people wether muslims,christains,jews would know that you should save yourself until you are married prementilly....
  8. 2 points
    David66

    Reasons I Reject The Bible

    Hello, Why would God author a book that is not thoroughly understandable by us, the intended audience? Do you think God is not capable of sharing his thoughts in a clear way? What purpose does creating a book that is not completely understandable serve? I can think of none. It is not logical in my opinion. All the Best, David
  9. 2 points
    The " Syrian observatory of human rights" somehow determines 38,000 terrorists have died while 58,000 Syrian troops have died. You must be a lunatic to believe this and even more so if you take the " Syrian observatory for human rights" seriously because they have no way to determine the numbers. And second they are not an impartial group. The terrorists killed are most likely over 60,000 while Syrian troops killed about 15 to 20 thousand, but probably less. Hezbollah and Syrian troops are crushing those terrorist vermin who execute innocent civilians, kidnap nuns, and eat human flesh. None of these terrorists will ever attack Israel, their master
  10. 2 points
    Hasan0404

    Your Own Captured Photos

    and yes another jewel of the history of Peshawar, Gor Khatri ( Warriors Grave). Hiuen Tsang, had paid glowing tribute to the city and the Great Stupa of Kanishka in his memoirs. He also talked about a site, which many historians argue, refers to Gor Khuttree where “Buddah’s giant bowl was kept”. Tsang was a Budh Pilgrim to Gandhara in 7th Century AD.
  11. 2 points
    (bismillah) I think I will share just one line from the ridiculous video posted above. But before that, I will add that I myself do not believe it is wise to promote this type of thinking regarding the non-Shia. It is so revisionist and dogmatic. "the division that took place inoculated the ummah, so that our political divisions would never lead to theological and legal divisions" This statement is so batil, I need to renew my wudhu just from hearing it. في أمان الله
  12. 1 point
    This priest is considered to be a 'saint' and a 'genius' by Catholics, but the extent of his ignorance and lies is simply unbelievable.
  13. 1 point
    Here is some videos of people who describe their experiences with the spiritual world, where they see the spiritual world with their heart during their life or death experiences. May God bless them and guide them . A woman who went on a spiritual journey during her 100 nights of prayer and witnessed Hell (and i tel you this is true because i too have seen some witnessing of Hell spiritually with my heart and everything this woman draws of what she saw is so true and exactly like what i saw) And a man who died and seen the after life(there is many such videos) Also one more thing, i hope people dont get prejudice and say "they are not Muslims therefore they must be lying" God guides everyone, not just Muslims, if people turn sincerely to God, they will be guided . And again it doesnt matter that they are Christians or not even of any religion, God is merciful and accepting anyone who sincerely turns to Him. There is plenty of such videos on youtube, and yes there is also fakes , but there is many genuine ones. Also a good one
  14. 1 point
    Invoker

    Chile

    Well, here in Pakistan most of the people are aware of this catastrophic event & sadly no country has offered assistance yet.. i maybe wrong at this one.. but Prayers from Pakistan!
  15. 1 point
    Assalamu Aleykum Sunnism is destroyed basically. Sayyed Kamal al-Haydari has done such a great job on refuting the sunni claims. I'm happy to see such strong retaliation from the followers of Ahlulbayt. Once I was debating with a sunni guy, and we were discussing this topic of Fatimah and Abu Bakr. The only response he could give me was: ''Women get emotional sometimes. So that's why Fatimah did what she did. '' (as if she did a crime). The prophet said she is the mistress of women of paradise. This means she doesn't just get emotional and sad over wordly issues. She was sad over other things. MISTRESS OF WOMEN OF PARADISE! and all he could tell me was that. :lol:
  16. 1 point
    Son of Placid

    Reasons I Reject The Bible

    Interesting but Hafs and Warsh are not the only versions. The Warsh and Qalun were two versions from two transmitters taken from the same reader, (Nafi) Then there's Al-Duri etc. I've already gone over the differences in other posts. Of course Hafs is the most popular because the transmitter was Abu Bakr `Asim. The main difference is some 22 Ayats that are in the Warsh, but not in the Hafs. You can always say there are 4 Bibles, but all you're talking is the number of books in each. You won't find any contradictions between them, nor does one version have more verses per chapter than the other. Just sayin...
  17. 1 point
    May your Exam go great iA, but you know the condition to that dua. One brotherly advise, dont take tension, it will harm you.
  18. 1 point
    Abu Hadi

    Obedient Wives Club

    Salam Sister, I agree partially and I should have said 'those who have the ability to sift thru the rubbish', in other words, the educated ones who understand what authoritative vs non authoritative sources are and who can look at a large amount of information from different sources and come to logical conclusions based on that. I understand that there are many parts of the world where there are non muslims with no access to quality education and who's capacity to sift information is very limited due to that lack of education. May Allah(s.w.a) help them and guide them. I think they are the 'mustadhafeen' that Holy Quran talks about. As for the rest, then they have no excuse. I should have said that originally. Thank you for correcting me.
  19. 1 point
    Chaotic Muslem

    "groups"

    hard to find a difference but Hizb is alliance, hizb is a group of people who got stronger through the group. Seeking hizb is seeking strength though the group. The Ahzab in Quran are the alliance that fought the Muslims in Khandaq or trench.
  20. 1 point
    followers

    Is Suicide Ever Allowed?

    Salamun alaykum If she was forced, she didn’t committed zina or even a sin. Then she won’t be punished. If she is forced so she is forced and as fiqhi discussion although she should refuse, it is not also a must to suffer to die due to refusing. I don’t know why you use the word “prostitute” for such a woman. She is innocent in this regard and you cannot disrespect her even by your word.
  21. 1 point
    (salam) And it's halal which is kind of the whole point here. Reading through,this thread is full of so many generalizations :mellow:
  22. 1 point
    Inquisitor

    Your Own Captured Photos

    The photos of Balahissar fort is amazing. What is the signature that you have? What does that mean?
  23. 1 point
    baqar

    Reasons I Reject The Bible

    About time! Do you want me to remind you in the month of Ramadan? No fish allowed either.
  24. 1 point
    Come see how the sunni girls are in the middle east including north africa ;)
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  26. 1 point
    Listen you Nasibi-garbage, I am not here for your childish BS. I am not sure why mods on this forum allow such racist-sectarian goon like you to post to begin with.. You say it is a Shia-Sunni war and then you call it rational... and what stake you little brown-slave boy of Saudi kitchen-cleaner have in Syria to go for little Jihad, and then you make an excuse of your family issue? Let me tell you little nationalist this: Pakistan was established by a SHIA... Mohammad Ali Jinnah (who by the way was Ismailia initially who are close to Alawites) and then he became Imamia Shia... and your last president was Shia, and in between 100s of high ranking officials including the army big guys, PM and presidents came from Shia background.. You are a little confused mad-man who tries to be nationalist in one part, then sectarian on the other part who does not even know his history... as I said, you have Pakistan because of A SHIA, whose pictures are still on your currency bills and whose called the father of your nation and his statements are quoted on daily basis on your national TVs... so deal with it. btw: I quoted your nonsense, because you said you asked me a question while you never did... I only replied to one of your replies where you never asked me any question regarding Iran or shia-sunni war in Syria and etc..
  27. 1 point
    ice unicorn

    Your Own Captured Photos

    and hair. and 200 kg of makeup. and neck.
  28. 1 point
    kim.tinkerbell

    Sexual Compatibility

    It's a good year forever one, specially in the other half of the year. Lol, all am going to say is you may lose your temper,specially at leos and aries.. Am not an astrologist but I have a great feeling that this year is a good year and most people that are really looking to get married, they will marry,lol. I think that in every material rape you will leave some sort of scars because he may hit the wife,grab her hard, this alone can leave finger prints,scratchs or red marks. Lets be realistic her I dont think that god would approve of this as the woman is hating every mint of it and she will cry and hate the man in her heart. These actions are morally wrong.
  29. 1 point
    Ruq

    Not Sure How To Keep Her Interested?

    Cook her something really awsome.
  30. 1 point
    I was wondering, for what bone the two mad dogs of Middle East (Saudi and MB) have locked their teeth on? I found this. Enjoy! Egypt becomes battleground for Arab world By Monte Palmer The Saudi monarchy has declared war on the Muslim Brotherhood, an immensely popular Sunni Islamic movement with branches and businesses throughout the world. Not only has the monarchy labeled the Brotherhood a terrorist organization, but a photo chart of the major terrorist groups offered by the Saudi press gives the Brotherhood top billing. Not even al-Qaeda outshines the Brotherhood in the eyes of the Saudi regime. Perhaps the Saudi monarchy had little choice in the matter. The Muslim Brotherhood swept to power in Egypt and Tunisia following the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions, and the Saudi monarchy openly worried that its kingdom would be next. Such is the price of being rich, weak, and unwilling to test the support of the masses in elections or a free press. The Saudi monarchy's chosen battlefield for its war on the Muslim Brotherhood is Egypt. It is difficult to argue with its choice. The Brotherhood was founded in Egypt, its Supreme Guides have all been Egyptian, and Egypt is the center of the Brotherhood's global operations. Branches of the Brotherhood are guided by General Secretaries from their respective regions, but key policy decisions flow from Egypt. The Saudis knew that attempts to destroy Brotherhood branches in the region would be futile as long as the Brotherhood leadership ruled from Egypt. Attacking Brotherhood branches would threaten the stability of Jordan, Kuwait and other Saudi allies with deeply entrenched Brotherhood movements. To crush the Brotherhood in Egypt, by contrast, would be to sever its head and soul. The battle would also transpire far from the Gulf and leave the Saudi monarchy, the self-proclaimed protector of Islam without blood on its hands. In fact, they could avoid fighting altogether by outsourcing the job to the Egyptian generals. It wasn't merely the popularity of the Brotherhood that alarmed the Saudi monarchy, but also the policies that the Brotherhood pursued upon being elected into office. The Brotherhood, or so it seemed to the monarchy, was intent on using the Egyptian government as a pulpit for spreading its seductive vision of pragmatic progressive Islam throughout the Arab world. This posed a direct threat to both the Saudi monarchy and to the extremist Wahhabi vision of Islamic purity upon which its claim to religious legitimacy rests. The security of the monarchy demanded Wahhabi dominance of the Sunni Islamic world. The more the seductive moderation and pragmatism of the Brotherhood spread, the weaker the Saudis would become. Particularly dangerous to Saudi control of the Sunni Islamic world were the Brotherhood's efforts to convert Al-Azhar, the oldest Islamic university in the world, to the Brotherhood's pragmatic and progressive vision of Islam. The Saudis controlled Mecca and Medina, the two holiest shrines in Islam, but the Brotherhood was on the verge of controlling Al-Azhar, the reigning authority on Sunni Islamic theology in the Muslim world. Meanwhile, Qatar, the main Saudi competitor for control of the Gulf and patron of the Brotherhood, seemed intent on using the Brotherhood's control of Egypt to break Saudi Arabia's domination of the Gulf. The ploy must have been effective, for an Egyptian opposition press financed by the Saudis screamed that Qatar had taken over Al-Azhar. Qatari efforts to bolster the Brotherhood's control of Al-Azhar were matched by Qatari efforts to strengthen Brotherhood branches in the Gulf and neighboring countries. Even today, the Saudis blame Qatar for supporting seductive Brotherhood doctrine in the mosques of the kingdom. Perhaps responding to Turkish influence, the Brotherhood pursued a remarkably democratic strategy in Egypt during its lone year in office. The press was free if irresponsible, demonstrations un-fettered, and all political groups, including the jihadists and extreme leftists, were allowed to establish political parties. Far worse, the Brotherhood threw down the gauntlet to the Saudis by calling for freedom and democracy throughout the region. Clearly, democracy had become the weapon of the Brotherhood for conquering the Arab world, and there was no weapon that the Saudis feared more. One fair election, if Egypt and Tunisia were any guide, and the Saudi monarchy would become a footnote in history. Brotherhood branches in Kuwait and Jordan picked up the call, throwing the two faux democracies into a state of confusion. The US and the EU, by contrast, applauded this rare breath of freedom in Egypt and, with Turkish encouragement, aspired to wean the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt toward greater moderation. Whatever the case, the Brotherhood's pragmatism offered the West an alternative to a Saudi Wahhabi doctrine condemned by Washington for breeding extremism and terror. The US and EU were also realizing that Islam was so deeply embedded in the Arab psyche that there could not be a stable government in the Arab world without Islamic representation, a topic treated at length in my book The Arab Psyche and American Frustrations. Like it or not, Brotherhood doctrine inclining toward the moderation of Turkish Lite was their best option. Not only had the Brotherhood placed the Saudi monarchy's Islamic legitimacy at risk, but it was also on the verge of weakening the monarchy's ties with the United States, its major patron. A counter-revolution supported by Saudi Arabia toppled the Brotherhood regime in Egypt, but did little to calm the monarchy's fears. To the contrary, the Brotherhood's resistance to the military coup in Egypt displayed a passion and organizational capacity that has thrown the country into chaos and casts severe doubts on the ability of Egypt's revived Mubarak regime to stay the course. This is all the more the case because various jihadist groups hostile to the Brotherhood have joined the fray by assassinating officers and establishing mini-caliphates in the Sinai and elsewhere. It is unlikely that the Saudi regime could survive in the face of a parallel uprising by domestic supporters of the Brotherhood and Wahhabi jihadists returning from Syria and elsewhere. The Saudis claim that there are some 600 returnees from Syria. The Kuwaitis place the figure at 20,000. Whatever the number of Brotherhood supporters and jihadists in the kingdom, the king's warnings of sedition and terrorism have become commonplace as the monarchy's fears mount. Putting their money where their fear is, Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies have pumped billions of dollars into Egypt with the hope that Egypt's latest military dictator will be able to crush the Brotherhood in its home base. Billions more are promised. If the Egyptian military can crush the Brotherhood, everything in the Saudi plan should fall in place. Egypt will be firmly established as the centerpiece of a Saudi-Israeli-Egyptian alliance designed to return the Arab world to the era of tyrants that reigned before the Arab Spring revolutions of 2011. Along the way, Egyptian authorities will promote stability in the region by severing the Brotherhood's lifelines to Hamas and stamping out jihadist and Brotherhood sanctuaries in Yemen, Libya and other areas within reach of Egypt's Saudi financed army. Democratic aspirations in the region will fade without inspiration from Egypt, and Saudi Wahhabi doctrine will find its way into Al-Azhar. With the Muslim Brotherhood gone, the US and the EU will return to their traditional role of supporting tyrants and the Saudi monarchy will have returned the Middle East to the era of peaceful oppression. The question is can Saudi money convert a poverty-stricken dictatorship teetering between chaos and civil war into the foundation of its war against the Muslim Brotherhood? If so, Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies should be able to buy the entire region. Thus far, all the Saudi monarchy has bought is civil war and chaos in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, and Pakistan. Egypt is following suit. Even Field Marshal Sisi, Egypt's latest pharaoh, yet uncrowned, warns that things will get worse before they get better, much worse. The only optimist to be found is Sisi's latest hand-picked prime minister. A close friend of Hosni Mubarak, he oozes confidence that the Egyptian masses will put their shoulders to the wheel and sacrifice all for the good of the country. I doubt if the Saudi monarchy is quite do deluded. But, then, the Saudis may prefer chaos and civil war to Brotherhood rule in Egypt. Monte Palmer is Professor Emeritus at Florida State University, a former Director of the Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies at the American University of Beirut, and a senior fellow at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies. His recent books include The Arab Psyche and American Frustrations, The Politics of the Middle East, Islamic Extremism(with Princess Palmer), Political Development: Dilemmas and Challenges, and Egypt and the Game of Terror (a novel).
  31. 1 point
    Salam clynn, I didnt mean to insult anyone. The only reason I said that is because he just reverted shia to islam and he might not know many muslims and its hard for converts to find muslims wifes, so thats why I suggest a none muslim. There are muslim woman that enter these marriages too. It looks like you cant read, you attacked clynn, then you spelt my name wrong deliberatelty.. No need to get rude....
  32. 1 point
    hasanhh

    Poor Jokes [OFFICIAL THREAD]

    Inquisitor: My guess as to what is allegedly "inappropriate" is that it is 'politically incorrect'. The girl throwing the cricket balls is the only 'acceptable' thing. White males are politically and automatically guilty of everything.
  33. 1 point
    Asalaam Alaikum I think your doing fine as you say you are getting along. Remember that to maintain interest has to be on both sides. Seems like are a little insecure, which is completely normal. But I guess to answer your question, try to have interest in her things, or make new interests for the both of you. As always in the end it is Allah (swt) that will give the blessing
  34. 1 point
    Wahdat

    Your Own Captured Photos

    inspired by beautiful photos posted by Marbles.. bamyan, afghanistan jaghuri, afghanistan
  35. 1 point
    Hannibal

    Ahlus Sunnah Advocates Sex With Minors

    Just to add, the ruling in Shi'i law on relations with minors is not a fatwa but only a hukm awali, i.e. an initial premise of the law. For such a marriage to be fully legal one must take into consideration the principle of no harm (mafsadah) in Shi'i law or else it is not allowed. To the credit of Sunnis, al-Nawawi the Shafi'i jurist says that there must be necessity (maslaha) for such a marriage to be allowed (which is a opinion that some Shi'i jurists also hold). So both Shi'i and Sunnis have principles that frame this legal premise. I say this in defense of Sunnis as well because I know that non-Muslims love to take advantage of this and for them Islam is Islam and they will use whatever it takes to promote their shaytani agenda which is why I think both sides need to be careful when they post things like that. Unfortunately this is a sensitive subject for those inflicted with these disease of modern liberalism so we need extra precaution.
  36. 1 point
    notme

    Sexual Compatibility

    I don't care what the SC scholars say - if it is forced or coerced, it is rape, no matter whether the two are married or not. There is no room for marriage relations when there is fear.
  37. 1 point
    Inspiring Eyes

    Obedient Wives Club

    In my opinion, all this is far too radical and extreme, just because th Quran makes it permissible to have 4 wives doesent mean we must. I could never be able to share my husband with another woman.
  38. 1 point
    And this is all what Mulla Umer gets. LOL LAL Masjid Girls from Jamia Hafsa (A wahabi famale madrassas aka 'humanide exploder factory" aka "terror breeder" aka "Jihadi pleasure women") Really? So all those Armenian Christians, the Orthodox Christians, the Druze, the Syrian Arab Jews who had been living in Syria peacefully until few years ago are all lying? No Sir, the non-Muslim minorities were living most peacefully in one of the rare Arab countries which has been bulldozed by Salafi Wahabi GCCs. Here's another piece of news: Give another few months and defeated hordes are coming back from Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and Libya to haunt GCC. Guess what they are best at; killing defenseless people in mosques and malls. Good bye Dubai malls. Or did I mention it already? Then the real fun would begin!!!
  39. 1 point
    Raven

    Sexual Compatibility

    Sabrina Abbas sounds like a pastime banned user....and mayhaps a guy. What a load of verbal nonsense.
  40. 1 point
    kim.tinkerbell

    Sexual Compatibility

    You could be a bit more polite in your respone to the brother. And put more effort in trying to understand what his saying. And yes their is material rape, if you havnt heard of it then go google it. Many woman get forced into intercourse dont tell me you havnt heared of it because half of the woman out their are suffering from this, its not just the muslims that suffer but also westiners. I dont know if you know this but having intercourse with a woman wether she is your wife or not, if you do it without her consent then its counted as a crime or rape... If you want to jump on your man when he first enters then you can go and do that. Usually people want to relax when they come from a different country, you can hug,kiss,cuddle but its unnessery to have intercourse on the same day.... You can email your marj3 to find evidence...
  41. 1 point
    Daylight1

    Pope Meets U.s. President

    Yes, that is true... the Catholic Church has an un-Godly acceptance of sodomites.
  42. 1 point
    hasanhh

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    jannahismygoal: ref to post 17280 (salam) I have seen this kinda of thing on the TV since the 1950s. "Are you suggesting we cut defense expenditures.?" <----satirical question... ...But the question does point out the screwed up priorities of gov'ts.
  43. 1 point
    Pinata

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    I'm a girl and I have never understood either. My thoughts for today.. hmm trying to remember the last time I didn't have a headache :mellow:
  44. 1 point
    Waiting for HIM

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    What's up with girls and those hearts & flowers & wigglies on every time they get access to a pen and paper :) It's all over, I've seen it in school, I've seen it on the birthday cards my sisters send me, I've seen it on the homework notebooks of my nieces and so on.
  45. 1 point
    followers

    Obedient Wives Club

    Salamun alaykum The best way to distort and pervert a religion is going to extremes in the name of that religion. Exceeding religious teachings will bring inner corruption and that will not be reformed easily. In this documentary you see that woman believes that Quran says men have to marry four women. But what Quran teaches us is totally different: و إن خفتم ألا تقسطوا في اليتامى‏ فانكحوا ما طاب لكم من النساء مثنى‏ و ثلاث و رباع فإن خفتم ألا تعدلوا فواحدة أو ما ملكت أيمانكم ذلك أدنى‏ ألا تعولوا If you fear that you may not deal justly with the orphans, then marry (other) women that you like, two, three, or four. But if you fear that you may not treat them fairly, then (marry only) one, or (marry from among) your slave-women. That makes it likelier that you will not be unfair. (4/3) Quran doesn’t say marrying four wives is obligatory but it is halāl if the husband is just toward them so if he fears of being unjust he should marry one. This idea and conception is totally unsound to say that: God wants men to have four wives. I’m not neglecting or controverting the Islamic rules but I insist on having rational understanding about religion. It seems these women are brainwashed and they seek obedience just in polygamy and they believe in that as the only example of wives' obedience. The teachings of Islam is like a complete puzzle and no one can judge a puzzle by one single piece of that shape. The permission of having four wives is one single rule among the whole teachings of Islamic family style of life. If someone wants to understand Islamic style of family he should study the whole puzzle. We have the rule of having four wives but on the other hand we have many great specific rights for women. We cannot deny or disregard those teaching but say that marring four is permitted. These kind of documentaries are presenting just one aspect of the reality and no one can rely on that as a loyal method of learning a religion.
  46. 1 point
    Saintly_Jinn23

    Are Republics Islamic?

    I don't see how a Shah or Sultan is less Islamic though. The way you make it sound, monarchs never tried to make Islamic governments, which objectively is not true. True, the Pahlavis set themselves too much against the traditional Islamic values of Iran and became very despotic, but this seems a result of their own character as well as their penchant for fascism rather than the nature of the institution of the Shah itself. Afterall, it was the various Shi'ite monarchs, both Twelver and non-Twelver who spread and protected Shi'ism through their patronage and expansion. The presence of a king does not mean the government is not aiming to be as Islamic as possible, this assumption is due in part to the modern perception and interpretation that history was leading up to the formation of an Islamic Republic, but I think such a view is a bit of a stretch and relies principally on the cult of personality surrounding Ayatollah Khomeini. Traditionally, monarchs were generally the status quo, even for the Sunnis who accepted the three caliphs. Although the Umayyads were looked down upon in later generation as having betrayed the Four Rashidun by setting up their own dynasty in opposition to Ali (pbuh), this didn't stop Sunni dynasties from forming. The idea though of course was that whatever dynasties emerged needed to have the general support of the Ummah or the trained scholars, depending on your point of view. So there are certainly democratic elements to the historical Islamic approaches to monarchism, both Shi'ite and Sunni, that set it apart from the European values concerning the divine right of kings and political absolutism.
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    One trick. Hold back from giving grand opinions about all the big things high up on your checklist. Instead, adopt a neutral tone, make big things sound small and less relevant, and let them do most of the talking. If you are crafty, you will succed in inducing a lot of chatter from which you can then sift through to make sense of the person. There are no guarantees, the person may be clever than you, but then you gotta give yourself a shot.
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    ^ those pictures make me smile very much. Mashallah. May Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì always bless them with such grace and luminous character. A video:
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    duh.. the image limit..
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