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  1. Me: 'wachu doin'?' Pandas:'just chillin', eatin' some pukka 'boo' Me:'tidy'. Pandas: 'wachu doin'?' Me: 'posting a picture of you guys eating your 'boo' Pandas: 'sweet'.
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  2. One of the most common excuses to cover up the context of the Ghadir Khumm speech is that mawla means friend or ally, but all of these famous scholars from Ahlul Sunnah say that mawla, in this context, means awla, which me ands first in authority. But forget our obvious and logical argument, look at these famous scholars from Ahlul Sunnah who agree with us. 1. al-Wahidi (d. 468), in "al-Wasit" 2. al-Akhfash Nahwi (d. 215), in "Nihayat al-Uqul" 3. al-Tha’labi (d. 427), in "al-Kashf wal Bayan" 4. Ibn Qutaybah (d. 276), in "al-Qurtayan", v2, p164 5. al-Kalbi (d. 146, quoted in "Tafsir al-Kabir",
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  3. Salaam, I need prayers for myself and my two kids. I don't want to share my circumstances for it might displease Allah in a scenario where I feel I'm not heard. This could be test or trial and I don't wish to spread my hands to anyone but Allah. Somehow I feel that my prayers aren't heard yet or maybe they don't reach Allah because of nothing but my deeds, intent and humility isn't how they should be. Allah may answer your prayers be-haqqe Mohammed (Pubh) and Aale-Mohammed (as). Iltimaas dua
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  4. Britain are talking about doing something similar, Saudi have also recalled their youth, the end must really be nigh for the rebels, that is why all these countries are taking measures to stop these people returning to their countries of origin and causing trouble there. Most of them were trouble makers to start with, petty criminals who wanted to be gangsters their whole lives - until they thought it would be cooler to be Bin Laden, if they are allowed to return, they will be 100 times worse, which would be bad news. Nice to see all these groups and countries fighting each other and stabb
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  5. Ethics

    [TRASH PIT]Do You Dance?

    Well said! This dude is all conjecture, no sense of rationality. Where the heck is dance in the quran in sunnah if it is that good for our nafs!? While we have tens of hadith against it. Im pretty sure this person is not a shia, and maybe not even muslim. His posts are all rubbish.
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  6. What is going wrong… Our lives are too stressful. We are encouraged to strive for material things that really have no meaning – sometimes it seems media hype and social marketing completely program us. This puts a strain on home finances, debt is the norm, women need to work, children see less and less of their parents -which then spawns associated problems. The parents and their children lack direction and social, ethical and moral guidance. Women are more educated, more independent financially and more competent in navigating our world. They are becoming more discerning. They are will
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  7. So all our Imams (as) , Prophet (pbuh) and Ulama were "ultra prude and they make the worst spouses" and Michel Jackson was the nearest person to God because he did not only danced himself but also encouraged so many people to dance and get nearer to their ruh and as the result to God. He was also the best husband in some stage of his life and the best wife in the other stage of her life !! So the best way and closest way (just in one month) to approach Allah by improving your ruh is dancing. Do not hesitate and start dancing today , you will be inshallah one of the 313 companion of Imam Mah
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  8. Forgive me, but are you talking about Yassir Habib from youtube? The one who openly curses and uses extremely provoking words against revered symbols of our brothers and sisters in the ahle Sunnah, while he is in his safe room in the UK protected while shia's in Iraq and pakistan are being blown up due to the hatred being spurred on by his words? Yes we do not revere Aisha, Abubakr, Umar or Uthman, but it is harram to mock them like he does or openly ask Allah swt to remove his mercy from them (lana'h). By this i mean public lana'h. Imam Ali a.s despite having a right to the caliph role
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  9. (salam) Question: Is it permissible to learn dancing? Answer: It is not allowed at all, as a matter of obligatory precaution. Question: Is it permissible to organize dance parties where each husband dances only with his own wife to the sound of soothing musical tunes, wearing dresses that are not indecent? Answer: It is not allowed. Question: Is it permissible for women to dance in front of other women or for men to dance in front of other men in a gender-wise segregated gathering with or without music? Answer: Dancing of women in front of women or dancing of men in front of men is problema
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  10. today's version
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  11. It should because its withcraft. But it really works and its scary. The board started moving by its own.
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  12. Qa'im

    Can A Syed Be..

    The Prophet (pbuh) repaired his own shoes and milked his own cattle. No one's honour is above the Messenger's.
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  13. Ali_Hussain

    Can A Syed Be..

    The Prophet (S) said: "There is amongst you a person who will fight for the interpretation of the Qur’an just as I fought for its revelation.”The people around him raised their heads and cast inquisitive glances at the Prophet (S) and at one another. Abu Bakr and Umar were there. Abu Bakr inquired if he was that person and the Prophet (S) replied in the negative. Then Umar inquired if he was that person and the Prophet (S), replied "No. He is the one who is repairing my shoes (i.e., ‘Ali)." http://www.al-islam.org/shiite-encyclopedia-ahlul-bayt-dilp-team/some-traditions-virtues-imam-ali
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  14. Al Shaheed Sayed Muhammad Al-Sader pushing a filthy Iraqi Baathi.
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  15. Wiladat-e-Bibi Fatima mubarak to everyone :wub:
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  16. I see the video as a result of an inferiority complex to the West. We're legitimizing ourselves through their music, their dance (dancing hijabis? paradox), their goal of attaining "happiness" in this life. And we all know that most non-Muslims would cringe watching this video too. Imagine a video of Sikhs or Buddhist monks dancing to this song - they'd look foolish, not "happy". Be happy Muslims, happy with our Lord and His Messenger, but express your happiness differently.
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  17. Imam al-Baqir (‘a) said: "No intercessor for a woman, on the Reckoning Day, is more effective with Allah than the consent of her husband." Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 81, p. 345 Imam Abi-l-Hasan-ir-Ridha’ (‘a) narrates from Imam Amir ul Mu'mineen ‘Ali (‘a) who said: The best women among you are those who have five qualities." Amir ul Mu'mineen (‘a) was requested what those five were when he said: 1. She is easy-going, obedient, humble, and economical to her husband. 2. She is good tempered to him. 3. She is cooperative and helpful to him in difficulties. 4. Whenever her husband is angry or depresse
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  18. Please dont give thanks. We must care and love for all of mankind and those who need help :) It is what being a follower of the ahlulbayt means. If anything, how could you not feel heartbroken for those children :( Ya Allah, please help all those that are in need! Its been a few days and the situation has not gotten better. So disheartening.... (wasalam)
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  19. Giving your own spiritual advice based on your own conjecture... mashaAllah. Its clear where this thread belongs... [Note from Mod: This topic has been moved to the trash pit. For more information, please review: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=53738] [Auto]
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  20. followers

    Unanswered Prayers

    Salamun alaykum عن أَبِي جعفر قَالَ: أوشك دعوة و أسرع إجابة دعاء المرء لأخيه بظهر الغيب Imam Baqir (as): the nearest and fastest dua, is man’s dua one for his brother (or sister) on his (/her) behalf. عن أبي عبد الله قَال: دعاء المرء لأخيه بظهر الغيب يدر الرزق و يدفع المكروه Imam Sadiq (as): man’s dua for his brother on his behalf will bring the provision (rizq) and repel the dislike. عليّ بن الحسينِ: يقول إن الملَائكة إذا سمعوا المؤمن يدعو لأخيه المؤمن بظهر الغيب أو يذكره بخير قالوا نعم الأخ أَنت لأخيك تدْعُو له بالخير وَ هُو غائب عنك و تذكره بخير قد أعطاك الله عزّوجلّ مثلي ما سألت له و
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  21. why thank you dear sis , I am proud to say I am from that vintage , the last of the real mohicans .
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  22. Chaotic Muslem

    Sayed Khums

    slm The verse of Khums was revealed after the battle of Badr battle to divide the spoils of war. The spoils of war can be :Ghaneemah (gained through fight) or Faie (gained without fight, like Fadak) or Anfal (Vallies, mountains, forest, deserts, rivers etc that are not owned). Khums is in the ghaneemah and evereything that we own that partly comes from either of the three categories then khums becomes wajib in it. 1-http://www.al-islam.org/the-message-ayatullah-jafar-subhani/chapter-30-battle-badr#after-battle-badr During prophet time, there were agents that collected the khums money, s
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  23. Most of what shaykh yasir habib says is correct, barring his condemnation on some ifrani scholars and political figures and groups. He also speaks very eloquently The world isn't black or white, you don't have to agree with X person on every issue for him to be correct. I agree with him on the way he is strong and firm against the the opposition, I agree with him on his views regarding irfan, I enjoy much of his polemical work. I disagree with him on using swords to cut yourself I think these acts are foolish and have nothing to do with the sharia, I disagree with him on the way he atta
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  24. "Mishmish", means apricot. It's also the same in fusha. Here you go. Enjoy :P
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  25. Aren't strikes to the head prohibited?
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  26. Salamun alaykum O my goodness! So as you claim it is nafs who inhibits the body from dancing and we should release our soul by dancing. Then surely the first edict of Quran should be about obligation of dancing… Or the main ahādith shall be regarding dancing… Or prophet, Imams and marāje should order to dance and perform it… And even those Indian ascetics must practice dancing instead of living without and physical pleasures and comforts…
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  27. I don't think you understand what the word feminism means. I am not sure some of the men in this thread understand that having sex when not aroused is physically painful for women.
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  28. Lol whats so interesting about seeing random guys talking about farming :P
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  29. Salam Br, No. But I know alot of them who wish this would happen, looool. ( I actually never asked because brs are not supposed to talk about what they do with their wives). But on a serious note, Allah(s.w.a) created men and women differently, physically and psychologically So what works for one, doesn't necessarily work for the other.
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  30. Do u have eyesight problems? Tell me about ur lineage... Did mongols invaded ur lands? Just like u Because they are no more than a bunch of cowards! They dont represent the Pakistani nation in ANY WAY. They are the ruling elite & u cannot expect anything good from their position.
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  31. Portugal. El Beast Cristiano
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  32. Lol that video is full of "swalif" indeed as the title puts it.
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  33. (bismillah) (salam) This post is not directed at you, but at a very important point you inadvertently brought up. Insha'Allah it is of benefit. So many things are 'halal' that are implicitly actually haraam, in a way... "Say to them, "Are the blind and the seeing equal?" Why then do you not think?" (6:50). The Quran commands us to use our intellect. In the same way tattoos, male ear piercings, dying your hair pink as a male, doing base-jumping off buildings with a high likelihood of dying is halal, breast implants are too. But do you think a person in Imam Mehdi (as)'s army will have any of t
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  34. Yeah that's why the country is a complete wreck.
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  35. If your marriage is in good shape and there is mutual regard and trust and hopefully love – hesitancy for intimacy would not be an issue for either the husband or the wife. Forcing himself without both of them working on fixing what is wrong, is only going to lead to bigger problems. Yes, I am aware of Islamic guidelines to the wife not denying sex, but that is within the context of other Islamic guidelines, and treating your wife with compassion and esteem is one of them and the husband’s duty to fulfill her sexual needs is another. Women are not machines – vending or any other type. Wh
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  36. umm i dont know if this is new to you but music and dancing is HARAM according to ISLAM, as is for sikhs to cut their hair and not wear turbans. :)
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  37. This is analogous to a video of Sikhs cutting their hair and removing their turbans to show that they are normal.
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  38. Salam, Jebreil... You have a philosophical way of writing,it's okay to be simple. The real issue is some men not knowing how to deal with a woman. Some men only remmber their wifes when it's bed time and when they need them, the rest of the time they dont even care about them. You cant expect a woman to be in the mood for you when you want it. Let's be honest, most of the time or the majority of muslim men are not helpful and expect their wifes to do everything in the house and still demand for their right,even thou he hasnt done his part. It might be damaging for a mans ego if a woman consis
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  39. It will never be halal. No where in the quran al kareem does it say you can force your wife. Anything that's forced upon a person will damage that person... Some men need to be gentle with their woman and not act like animals. And if your wife treats it as a tool then go question yourself why. Maybe you need to act more like a human and do all your islamic chores before you demand for your rights.... It's pathitic that some people need to be told whats allowed and not allowed. You dont need a fatwa to know it's wrong.
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  40. Physical force is wrong. Threatening and coercing are also wrong. If a man does any of these to his wife, he will ruin his family. Even if it is "halal" it is stupid.
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  41. It's sad that as soon as you say that you are against this video you get called 'haram police', when did that become mainstream?
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  42. ^ That presupposes that the sense that is common is the good sense. If common sense says a man should force his wife to have sex with him, regardless of how she feels about it, then im not so sure it is good sense. This has nothing to do with 'feminism', its to do with having a sense for whats good. I rather incline towards the view that when ever either partner demands more from their partner than they know is healthy for them to give (either for their own well being or the well being of the relationship) then they are sacrificing their better selves and the security of the relationship for
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  43. Thanks. It is indeed a very strange video.
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  44. That would be the same for any false claim of criminal behaviour - she could have accused him of stealing from her or holding her hostage or abusing their children. No false claim is funny. The wife should never be in fear of her husband - so much so - that she has to guard herself against him and not feel safe and secure. In a marriage, trust is imperative. Rape is not an act of marital intimacy born of sexual need, but one born of violence and anger. It is akin to beating her up - but worse.
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  45. It is one of the amaals of the wedding night. The groom should wash the bride’s feet and sprinkle that water in all the four corners of the room and house. Allah(swt) will remove 70,000 types of poverty, 70,000 types of blessings will enter the house and 70,000 blessings will come upon the bride and groom. The bride will be safe from insanity, ulcers and leprosy. Source: http://www.al-islam.org/from-marriage-to-parenthood-heavenly-path-abbas-and-shaheen-merali/chapter-1the-wedding-night#wedding-night-a°māl
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  46. the only reasons we have doubts and disbelief is due to sin God doesn't make us doubtful,. we throw the veils over our hearts with sin and hence we cannot see what is right on front of our eyes i.e God "it is not the eyes that go blind but it is the hearts that go blind" also even when yous top sinning, you need to go through purification in order to achieve and reach faith , and the worst part is that afterwards if you make a mistake again , you are thrown back into that previous state of disbelief the most important thing is not to sin, and you will need to pay for your sins in this life
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  47. You seem not to have the aklaq' of Ahlulbayt, anyhow, that's not my main area. If you see this as bad attitude, then fine, you can say that - but what I pointed out was that you did not see Imam al-Mahdi. I am backed up by Ayatollah al-Sayed Kamal al-Haydari. Peace to you, and remember me in your duas.
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  48. "Engineering students at Karachi's Iqra University have manufactured the first ever solar powered rickshaw. A rickshaw which only runs on Solar and Electrical charging at the maximum speed of 60 Km/h. The new rickshaw is cost effective and do not pollute the environment as well. The running cost of CNG rickshaw is 3 Rs/km but the cost of SOLECT Hybrid is only 1 Rs/km." aw snap. geo karachi :wub:
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  49. Yes she has the right to ask for so, whilst obeying him. This goes back to the understanding and respect that exists between the two.
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  50. What if the husband is not supporting the woman financially? And/or what if the woman is the breadwinner? Does this change the dynamic? You can be a feminist (believing in equal rights for men and women) and want to do things that please your husband and avoid things that cause him displeasure. Marriage is a two-way street, about mutual love and respect for one another. Wanting to please your spouse is just one part of it. If someone is not interested in pleasing their spouse then they are too selfish to be married. The common problem among men I see is not having enough involvement i
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