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  1. 6 points
    certainclarity

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    Salam, And let those who do not find the means to get married be chaste ( 24:33) The most important means for a proper marriage is the means of taqwa in the potential spouse, not financial status or looks, if you don't come across such means, stay chaste, until Allah enriches you out of his bounty, whether that enrichment is being content without a spouse or with a spouse.
  2. 5 points
    I will be attending a talk this weekend which will address the Muslim's role (if any) in politics. I'm assuming the talk will limit itself to British politics, but what I've written below applies to (secular) Muslim majority countries as well. There are three aspects to answering this question: Religiously, we need to asses the role of one's world view viz his/her interaction with society The intellectual foundations of political activity of Muslims living in the West/East What I call the 'Clash of the Paradigms', which deals with the religious movements' failure to provide practical solutions to society's needs. I will touch on the first aspect in this post, the rest will follow after I've attended the event. The Religious Aspect Society plays a direct role in the spiritual development of a believer, since there are a number of existential perfections¹ that are unattainable unless one cooperates and interacts with others. An individuals' worldview is key to correct behaviour that will ensure those spiritual stations are achieved. For the materialists, however, technological development and pursuing worldly pleasures is the only perfection, and his behaviour will reflect that accordingly. A religious person with a superficial faith in God, will have his eyes set on pleasures in the afterlife. He is motivated to adhere to religious laws, because he knows it's his key to enter paradise and avoid hell-fire². True perfection, however, lies in attaining nearness to God. This worldview encourages the believer to search out and attain behaviours that will bring him nearness, and avoid everything that might create a barrier and veil between him and his Lord. Therefore, correct religious knowledge is essential to correct behaviour, in turn ensuring correct faith. As a person progresses in this path, he will realise that higher levels of perfection will require bigger sacrifices and harder struggles. Only those with strong resolve, patience and a true yearning for that closeness to God will ensure he evolves spiritually³. The articles of faith ('aqeedah) are essential to shaping a person's world view and behaviours. A person who believes in the separation of religion and political activity, will not be motivated to pursue the establishment of social justice in this world. He has his eyes set on the afterlife, and will focus on the personal religious duties (to the minutest details) to ensure he avoids hell-fire. He will tell himself that it's the religious establishment's responsibility to sort out all his problems. Unfortunately, he would have most likely inherited this worldview from said religious establishment (his parents would ensure this reactionary vision is ingrained in his mind). In order for us to contribute to society and interact at the socio-political levels, we will have to correct this superficial view of our faith, and move towards a deeper understanding of its concepts. The one-dimensional understanding of Islamic doctrines, where the emphasis is on juristic laws and personal religious duties (which have become rituals in most cases), is limiting us as individuals as well as communities in the diaspora. Ideologically, western concepts have taken over and dominated our thinking, where Islamic doctrines have failed to fill that gap, that yearning for a deeper understanding of the world. And once a person's worldview is confused with neo-liberal concepts, it becomes an uphill struggle to 1) change that worldview, and 2) for that person to live by an Islamic understanding of the world. Even in Muslim majority countries, you will find this to be the dominant trend. Individual Muslims performing their obligatory religious duties, yet refrain from social contributions and cooperation, not due to any physical hindrances or lack of talents, but because their worldview is focused on 'material' gains in the afterlife! In short, if we are serious about a revival of the stagnant state we are in, and are keen to contribute positively at the socio-political level (in the UK or elsewhere), we need to correct our worldview first, move away from legends, falls concepts and outright fabrications, and truly believe that with sincerity we can change the world ('O ye who believe! If ye help Allah, He will help you and will make your foothold firm' -47:7). Once we, as a collective, appreciate that this isn't utopian fantasy talk, that our purpose is to evolve in the 'arc of ascent' towards perfection, we'll start to realise that this is only achievable if we characterise ourselves with the divine Names. Once this mindset is widely accepted, and becomes part of the collective subconscious, the idea of social justice will manifest itself naturally and organically, as each individual will have become a physical manifestation of the divine Name 'The Just'. ¹ I have spoken about this in detail in my other blog here. ² '..., and a group worshipped God out of desire for paradise, and that is the worship of tradesmen;...' - part of a narration by Imam Ali (as) in Nahjul Balaghah, Vol4, pg53 (Arabic edition) ³ Some people are willing to dedicate some of their time, usually at a personal level, however refrain from spending their money when the need arises. That is because his docility is limited, which in turn is due to the low goal he has set himself.
  3. 5 points
    Gaius I. Caesar

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Salaam guys, I don't where to post but I feel my imaan slipping away from me right now. Duas would be appreciated right now, kind of in a bad place right now. I am not one to make such posts right now but I don't feel emotionally well and I don't know what to do.
  4. 4 points
    Salam, Allah's priority can be known thru, what he has made wajib on you then the mustahab. Seeking knowledge of religion is wajib , praying is wajib, fasting is wajib, character building is wajib, getting married is mustahab, unless you feel you will fall into sin. If one is not really needy physically, emotionally , financially for a spouse, better to concentrate on the wajib, and if a good God conscious man comes and asks for you in marriage , you can do the mustahab. Wish you all the best.
  5. 4 points
    Marbles

    Mothers finding spouses

    Mahr and dowry are not synonymous with the Pakistanis. Dowry is a translation of jahez, which is a massive gift bonanza that bride's family gives her. It includes jewelry sets, cloths, bed, A/Cs, refrigerators, sofa sets, cutlery - basically everything a household needs. The bigger the dowry the more desirable a proposal. It is expected that brides would bring some things if not everything. This is absolutely terrible; it shouldn't be so; brides shouldn't be expected to bring anything besides personal gifts from their families. This is separate from mahr which is stipulated in the nikah contract and which the man gives to the woman. Edit: @IbnSina and @Semiramis
  6. 4 points
    Ruq

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    @Abu Hadi
  7. 3 points
    LoL, please do not ban this guy! Pure entertainment! Keep it up buddy, this is gold!
  8. 3 points
    kamyar

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Say to the believers they should lower their gaze: قُل لِّلْمُؤْمِنِينَ يَغُضُّوا مِنْ أَبْصَارِهِم Modesty isn't just for women. Men should be modest too.
  9. 3 points
    Hameedeh

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    I disagree. Single people can stay away from sin. It's difficult, but not impossible.
  10. 3 points
  11. 3 points
    5a49

    Mothers finding spouses

    I dont trust my mother in buying me a shirt of her taste, how would I tell her find me a wife?
  12. 3 points
    Takalluf

    Mothers finding spouses

    I agree I've seen it too often happening in Pakistani families Pakistani mothers miss out on great women because of silly things - their caste/appearance/social or economic status (some of the ones ive seen:one girl is a shade too dark-another one's family cannot give her all the dowry the boy's family demands -another isn't a "full blooded syed"-this one is urdu speaking while our family is punjabi and so on) This leads to sisters who are being denied (for reasons that are often withheld from them) developing a sense of inferiority and self esteem issues Often the women they pick are ill suited for their sons because they only look for superficial qualities as well
  13. 3 points
    Semiramis

    Mothers finding spouses

    salam I was discussing about this issue just yesterday... Being played by a boy is 100 times much better than being hurt emotionally by his mother...Mothers can not find well-matched spouse .Qualities that mothers are looking for are most of the time illogical cuz they find no defect in their sons... They just can consider some skin-deep qualities.. like appearance n financial status..though in Islam the man should be supportive n breadwinner n it has been told : وَلاَ تُمَلِّکِ الْمَرْأَةَ مِنْ أَمْرِهَا مَا جَاوَزَ نَفْسَهَا، فَإِنَّ الْمَرْأَةَ رَیْحَانَةٌ، لَیْسَتْ بِقَهْرَمَانَة About appearance even they should be well-matched n mothers never care about this sort of things....n the qualities which are more important such as humanity, taqwa, educational status will be considered afterwards
  14. 3 points
    Semiramis

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    salam n merci for sharing your opinion... It was a good relief I hate being blamed for not having spouse by people around but i really liked your guidance n it will help me to handle this situation hereinafter...
  15. 3 points
    Salam, As you mentioned marriage becomes, obligatory, if you feel , you will fall into sin. This is the case mainly for men. If a female, is not needy emotionally, financially or physically, there is no harm,in staying single. The fact now a days people fall into more sin, when they get married, by harming their spouse,physically and/or emotionally,and it takes years for them to recover, and not only not complete half their religion but destroy even what they had safe guarded. So unless you get proposed by a man who is God fearing, it may not be the wisest thing to do specially if you are not falling into sins by not getting married. What is definitely obligatory for both women and men is seeking knowledge of religion according to your time and mental capacity. If you don't you are committing a sin whether married or unmarried.
  16. 2 points
    em

    What makes meat halal or haram?

    salaam, There are over 74 illnesses specifically associated with the consumption of pork including some that are life threatening. today they run pork under radiation and so on that kills some of the parasites or bacteria on it. but then it comes with other problems. pork (especially the way it is raised today) is unhealthy and bad for the kidney, heart, etc, etc. The pig eats everything. it'll eat is own dung. Allah knows best why it is forbidden in the Quran. Inorder for meat to be halal, it has to be slaughtered in a halal way as well. The name of Allah has to be read over it, the animal must be given drink of water before being slaughtered, must be faced towards the Qibla and the jugular vein and wind pipe has to be cut. so animals being flogged to death, suffocated, and such are haram to eat and also animals that haven't had the name of Allah read over them are haram. then aside from pork there are other meats are also haram to eat like bear, snake, worms, etc. brother i would stay away from non halal meat. There are many clear reasons why some meats are made haram even if they don't appear to be harmful up front. Halal meat is both healthy for the human to eat, and calls for the ethical treatment and slaughter of animals. you can look at these links for more info. http://www.al-islam.org/islamic-laws-ayatullah-ali-al-husayni-al-sistani/slaughtering-and-hunting-animals http://www.halalforhealth.com/why_halal.html http://muslimvoices.org/halal-food-good/
  17. 2 points
    narsis

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    Bismillah. Salaam. There was the upmost oppression over Shias in the time of Hārūn al-Rashīd and Maʼmūn that no one was able to even refer to Imams' residence to ask a question. So there such a very dreadful situation does not allow one to propose to the girls of the house of Ahlulbayt (a.s.), in addition to the martyrdom of Imam al-Kādzim (a.s.) and forcing Imam Rizā (a.s.) by Maʼmūn to travel to Khurāsān and being far from his sisters. With Duas. Narsis.
  18. 2 points
    With all due respect to brother simple-muslim, but sister zainabamy is right. To learn that please refer to these resources: 1. Ibn Shabbah Numyarī, Tārīkh al-Madinah al-Munawwarah; akhbār al-Madinah al-Nabawiyah, vol.3, p.930, pub. Fahīm Muhammad Shaltout; Jaddah/1979 – pub. Ofset; Qom, 1368 H.S. 2. Yaʻqūbī, Tārīkh; vol.2, p.162. 3. Tabarī, Tārīkh; vol.4, p.233. 4. Ibn Qutaibah, al-Imāmah wa-l-Sīāsah; vol.1, p.26-27.
  19. 2 points
    Sumayyeh

    Mothers finding spouses

    I like the the route mentioned in the Op, because like the points mentioned above, it can prevent abuse, and is more of a sure-fire way to ease the process since both families are involved from the beginning. But that is just one route, and too limiting. I think that when it comes to marriage, all options should be on the table--but that the stipulation of involving the families from the beginning--should be there. So, if someone sees someone at uni (for example), or at a Muslim event for youth, or friend of a friend, or sister of a friend, or whatever the case may be....where you see someone that seems like they may be a good match--you can approach them--as long it's done in a respectful manner for both parties. Kheyr Inshallah.
  20. 2 points
    Chinali

    Muhammad PBUH - majid majidi

    Salam brothers and sisters. Waited long long time for this movie but never found except trailers on the internet please if someone have a link to the complete version of movie with subtitles or dubbed at least in Arabic please share it here. Thanks a lot dear brothers and sisters love and peace salam
  21. 2 points
    starlight

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Lol, I don't remember it either, though for different reasons. Back in med school we studied three things that happen in old age, one is loss of memory. I will post the other two when I remember them.
  22. 2 points
    Assalam aleikum, I've really enjoyed looking at everyone's rings. Here is my Aqeeq ring that I ordered from Turkey. It has the names of Allah (swt), Muhammad (saw), Ali (as), Fatima (as), Hassan (as) and Hussain (as) engraved around the stone. And I have to admit I have my eye on a few other rings...
  23. 2 points
    Stillwater is water that's stillborn Whispering is heard from the willow Seeing you hiding behind the willow Mourning thousands of sweet fine tears In the soft glow of morn' Your teeth clatter from discreet fear Hidden behind a tree of sorrow The graceful and misty blue willow Hides a human being- who's stillborn
  24. 2 points
    zainabamy

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    Salam aleikum, To so many people marriage has become an obligatory thing to do and a sign of success. This just isn't the case. You've not failed in anyway if you're not married or don't want to.
  25. 2 points
    "Never" said the brave dashing hero As a ginormous ink blob laughed And menacingly mocked with the words "This needs to stop right now" Such a deadly and crippling blow After all, without his dual swords The very tools of his craft The hero is just a zero
  26. 2 points
    -.- Someone really should start a rally to correct the marriage disasters we have in the Muslim world. Mahr is a fundamental thing to proper and legal islamic marriage, It can be as little as dollar or as much as trillion. There are no limits but there is ts necessity to be given, else the marriage is not properly islamic. No need to lol, i did not make the laws, I am just stating what's the law. Wa alaykum assalam. There is , islamically speaking, no such obligation to make the mother the one who look for a man. There is no prohibition in islam for a man to seek a woman directly nor for a woman to seek the man directly. It is part of halal talk given it s devoid of flirting ( just be technical : I want to marry you). But cultures sometimes forces themselves. Cultures are not fixed and sacred and can change with time. As long as you are looking for believing woman, the means to reach her should all be fine as long as they are halal. Regarding my opinion lol Man.. when i hear my mom speaking about potential brides to my brothers, me and my sisters are like : if these are prerequisites , by the izza of Allah we will never get married LOL tall or short or fat or too thin, long or short hair, thick hair curly hair black white , talk too much, talk too little, chick, shabby her father is this her father is that, her seventh grandfather had a genetic disease , her 11th grandmother was not good XD better that NSA profiling.
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  28. 2 points
    hasanhh

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    ^^^^^ I kept my copy of this article by Robert Fisk.
  29. 2 points
    @Sumayyeh That fob translation tho
  30. 2 points
    Hameedeh

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Brother Gaius, read "audhu billahi min ash-shaitanir rajeem" to keep Shaytan away from you. This is a book by Ayatullah Dastghaib RA. http://www.al-islam.org/istiadha-seeking-Allah-s-protection-from-satan-ayatullah-dastaghaib-shirazi
  31. 2 points
    Abu Hadi

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    @Ruq Very Nice, MashahAllah. That made my day.
  32. 2 points
    Ruq

    Favourite Word Of The Day

    Mellifluous: sweetly or smoothly flowing; sweet-sounding. From the Latin 'mel' (honey) + 'fluere' (to flow).
  33. 2 points
    Salam, It's a blessing to die in prayer in any mosque, let alone Masjid Al Haram..
  34. 2 points
    Bismillah. Salaam. These articles may help you to find your answer: http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa1162 http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa2851 http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa11818 With Duas. Narsis.
  35. 2 points
    narsis

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    Bismillah. Salaam. Marriage primarily is Mustahab but if refraining from it leads to sin, it becomes Wājib. Imam Reza (a.s.) told a woman who was about to reach to perfection without getting married: do not do that! If refraining from marriage possess some perfections, Lady Fatima (a.s.) was more deserving to do that to reach to perfection; الشيخ الطوسي بِالْإِسْنَادِ إِلَى أَخِي دِعْبِلٍ عَنِ الرِّضَا ع قَالَ: إِنَّ امْرَأَةً سَأَلَتْ أَبَا جَعْفَرٍ ع فَقَالَتْ أَصْلَحَكَ اللَّهُ إِنِّي مُتَبَتِّلَةٌ فَقَالَ لَهَا وَ مَا التَّبَتُّلُ عِنْدَكِ قَالَتْ لَا أُرِيدُ التَّزْوِيجَ أَبَداً قَالَ وَ لِمَ قَالَتْ أَلْتَمِسُ فِي ذَلِكَ الْفَضْلَ فَقَالَ انْصَرِفِي فَلَوْ كَانَ فِي ذَلِكَ فَضْلٌ لَكَانَتْ فَاطِمَةُ ع أَحَقَّ بِهِ مِنْكِ إِنَّهُ لَيْسَ أَحَدٌ يَسْبِقُهَا إِلَى الْفَضْل‏. (Bihār al-Anwār, vol.100, p.219, H.13) And there are many many Ahādīth condemning unmarried state. If you are interested to see those let me know to translate some for you. With Duas. Narsis.
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  38. 2 points
    Tensed and stressed and missing childhood, Wondering why kids wanna grow up.
  39. 2 points
    I have submitted before (which can now be deleted) but I thought maybe I could add something which will symbolise that this is not only a "Shia" website, but a "Chatting" website, so I added a little speech bubble.
  40. 2 points
  41. 1 point
    Salam aleikum I got this email message according to an interfaith webinar: The project Rede.Zeit is planing to have interreligious dialogues over the internet with people all over the world. So every 2 months we are meeting to discuss different topics. (http://3alog.net/project/trialog-webinar-redezeit/) The next webinar will be on the 11th February. The topic will be: "An Our Father for the theater of war - a sense of embarrassment for my religion or the need to become active against extremists". The web-designer is already filling the homepage with all necessary informations about the upcoming event, so we can start with the marketing in this week. I would be very thankful if you could invite people, who are interested in interreligious dialogue. The title of this interfaith webinar really matches both letters Imam Khameinei wrote to the youth of the west a lot!!!! Everybody who knows English OR German can join the webinar!!! Their links and important parts of their websites are in English!!!!!! Please tell everybody about this webinar! Allah bless you all!!!!
  42. 1 point
    Chinali

    china to iran

    salam brothers and sisters InshaAllah bu the Gods will ill be in China for long term and wanted to visit the holy shrines in Iran and stay there for around 10days I wanted to know that if any brother or sister have been to Iran from China or if any brother or sister have any knowledge about the routes and the trip and the flights and the total cost of the whole trip for 4 persons also i wanted to know if thers any any any brother or sister in China please contact me you can send me a message or add my wechat qq or email me wechat : wtf_5201314 qq : 2256300792 email : 2256300792@qq.com love and peace Live like Ali (as) Die like Hussain(as)
  43. 1 point
    narsis

    Remaining unmarried in Islam

    It it not considered as a negative point for marriage, but for our conduct and choices. This is why Islam has a system for a successful marriage ... many factors and conditions must be regarded to have a successful marriage.
  44. 1 point
    Love has different meanings depending on the station the person you are suppose to love. Love here is the whole of Islam. It's the path towards God. Think about it. Now what type of love should that be? There is minimum and then there is potential to whatever you put in it, as long as you don't go out of bounds of Islam. This by which Allah is approached. This is the ultimate path towards Allah [swt]. The station of these people should be such that they are higher then everyone else. Allah [swt] doesn't manifest a people to be followed and held on to, unless, they are chosen above the rest of people. To recognize the implications of this love, and why God reminds of it, you should look at the Surahs with the wage mentioned. For example, look at Suratal Saad. Look at Suratal Sheba. How does it flow with respect to that. If we read the 2nd last verse of Suratal Shura, we can see that the love here has to do with being inspired by the same spirit of command that Mohammad was guided by, which was a light to him, and that Mohammad guides to the straight path. He has chosen them for himself, and it's the way we won't be separated and differ from the true religion. I suggest pondering over the Quran bro. Don't belittle God's words. The whole of Quran is showing how to love them. They been singled out for the wage of the message, that means they are integral part of the message, the central purpose of it. That already implies they are chosen above the worlds and that God has chosen them for himself. Don't be stubborn bro.
  45. 1 point
    This thread needs to stop now?
  46. 1 point
    Haji 2003

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Quite proud of myself for having spotted this. Hicks, we are leaving. 1.05 Aliens David, we are leaving. 41.50 Prometheus
  47. 1 point
    A Muslim, during the lifetime of the Prophet. This surah was revealed about him and his followers.
  48. 1 point
    Why? There are a lot more Americans than Iranians on shiachat.
  49. 1 point
    btw Alsalam Aleikum OP, This is actually something great and important for you! It shows that now you want to be AWARE of your religion, you don't want to follow without reason. The prophet and ahlulbayt (a.s.) have many times spoken about the importance of understanding your religion. It will strengthen your faith, clear your head of doubts and anxiety, and make you in peace with yourself and Allah (swt). You shouldn't just inherit your religion, this is wrong. In the Quran, we have numerous stories about different prophets and messengers who encounter people who they inform about Allah's message. But the people would say "we were born in our current religion, this is what our ancestors believed in so why would we change?" and the prophets and messengers would try to reason with them which failed because they didn't want reason, they wanted convenience. And so Allah (swt) made them perish in different ways (some even instantly, if I'm not mistaken). It's very common in our time actually, scholars have discussed this and some say it's a phenomenon of our time, that youths more than ever, like suddenly standing up and questioning what they're doing, they educate themselves and delve deeper into their faith and religion, only to become stronger and more steadfast. I once heard it called spiritual awakening I think, that it's happening more than every now, due to various things like globalisation of both information about Islam, but also due to being targeted as Muslim. But perhaps the main reason is due to the still effect the revolution of Ayatollah Khomeini has had on the world, which is still impacting our lives until today. I too went through something similar, and started questioning things, which is how I came across the stuff I explained earlier. It was more like @Noor al Batul's story. My parents took me to majalis during Muharram and I knew a bit about the general stuff of what happened (literally imam Hussain (a.s.) was on his way to (I didn't know where in Iraq he was going) but was stopped in what is now Karbala, fought and died. He knew he was going to die but brought his family with him.) That was pretty much it. I loved my imams and the prophet and Allah (swt), I never doubted about believing in them. But it was like when you as a kid learn to love your parents, you don't necessarily know why, you might not even know anything about them, yet you decide that you love them. That was my love of Ahlulbayt and the prophet, I was taught that they were like family! The whole shia/sunni difference was to me, what my mom once told me: they pray 15mins before us. End of story. It was in my late teenage years that I started to understand a bit more about Ahlulbayt. Just like Noor al Batul, it happened one night during Muharram, I still remember it was Ashura, the night they usually speak about Muslim ibn Aqeel. I remember I was sitting there, half of what the sheikh is saying goes over my head due to my lacking skills in understanding Arabic. Then I decided to pay more attention, and heard they were talking about someone called Muslim. I thought it was funny that a Muslim is called Muslim, so I kept hearing his story. It was the first time in my life that I ended up crying about someone in the entire tragedy of Karbala. I cried so much, and I hate crying in public, so just hid my face underneath my hijab and cried until it was over, then I thought to myself that my heart was broken for this man, Muslim ibn Aqeel. I felt so connected to this name, though the next thought was: but who is he? And that's how I started my real journey towards Ahlulbayt (a.s.) and it's still ongoing. I spent the following years debating and discussing and arguing with my parents so much, to the point where my dad and I couldn't be in the same room without almost hissing at each other lol. On one hand, they encouraged me to research more, question and analyse, on the other hand, unfortunately, they were the first ones to feel the heat of my frustration, criticism and questioning. Not because I knew better, not at all, but when you've just learnt something new which you think would invalidate something old you've learnt, as a teenager, further analysis was not in my consideration, I had to revolt and I had to revolt instantly :P I've calmed down since, a bit more respectful, a bit wiser, a bit more humble.The journey is still on, oh it is more on than ever. But you'll reach a point where there is no way back. I mean, you can change perspective about certain things and facts etc, but then there are the things which you root yourself with, because any other option you hear sounds irrational, illogical, sometimes plain bizarre, in comparison to what you know. Even if you want to find another option, if only to atleast have a valid challenge when comparing them. I wish you all the best in your journey to finding the truth, and hope it will be rewarding inshaAllah. Remember that in the end you would want to come closer to Allah (swt). No sect, way of life, path, or knowledge in the world would matter if it's not taking you closer to Allah (swt). wsalam
  50. 1 point
    Independence from US hands is the only solution for Iraq to solve all its problems. And now is Iraqs greatest opportunity.
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