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  1. 8 points
    StrugglingForTheLight

    Sunnis are right...

    Sunnis are right that God could of made the issue of Imammate clearer. The same is true of Atheists being right about God could of been more manifest and obvious to everyone. He can prove himself to everyone beyond doubt. The same is true of polytheists of time of Mohammad saying God could of brought a sign that no one would of doubted and that he could of brought Angels with the Prophet that all see. Now the question is are people going to say "it could of been clearer, more definitive" and take it as excuse to deny what is clear enough, what is sufficient as a proof and sign and indication of the truth? ...it is only your trial, you guide who you want and lead astray who you want....
  2. 3 points
    yasahebalzaman.313

    Sunnis are right...

    Make the Imammate clearer? You're questioning the way God has delivered us the religion? Not enough evidence you say. So the 300 verses about ahlulbayt that are written in the quran aren't enough? Or when the sun replied to imam ali? or the day of ghadeer, the day of moubahala and many many other things that i don't need to mention. All this scientific and islamic renaissance cause of our imams isn't enough? It is clearer and it is definitely enough. I used to be a non-muslim girl who was so lost and driven by this world in the most horrible ways you can imagine. I didn't even know what is sunni and what is shiism to being with. But here i am now... There's no need to tell you about my commitment but most people tell me that i'm an extremist because i hold on to my religion so much and i see nothing else beside it. There is nothing wrong with history nor the way that this religion and the truth were delivered to us. It's whether God wants a person to be guided and if this person wants to be guided and engifted to begin with then yes a sunni would convert to a shia and a christian a jew a buddhist an atheist etc etc they would all convert to Shia, because it is the one true path and those who wanna believe have enough proofs in front of them.
  3. 3 points
    Marbles

    SC and "Challenged" people

    For many young Shias SC is the first and probably only place where they can speak about these issues and get religiously-driven opinions. I just wish people would take the trouble to search the website first before posting similar questions over and over again. Those of us who have been here for a long time have low tolerance threshold those questions. I just ignore such threads with a stinky expression and an expletive, but then I haven't been reading SC of late, thank God.
  4. 2 points
    Shian e Ali

    When you're an Introvert

    Let's spread some light on how life is when you're an introvert. Now, I've seen many people claiming to be introverts when they read about us but just because you can relate to a few of the things doesn't make you one of us, you loser! Everyone's a bit introverted and a bit extroverted. If you're more introverted, you're an introvert and the same for an extrovert. If you're somewhere in between, you're an ambivert and that's no fun at all. Seriously, you're no fun. For starters, introverts are pretty selective about who they talk to mostly. For the ones we do care about, we talk a lot, we're chatterboxes! But we're more on the listening side. When with someone new, we listen, we smile, we don't know what would be the right thing to say... Yups! But even after being with friends, it becomes exhausting. Extroverts are like leeches, always ready to feed on energy when it comes to socializing. Poor introverts only give energy when we socialize which makes it really exhausting after some time. So, we want to be left alone for some time so we can recharge. So, keep away! See that bubble up there, extroverts? Try not to burst it, you monsters! We feel really safe inside of it. Yeah, you can't see it but you can get an idea of what you're being really annoying. Trust me! We're amazing once we let you in that bubble but try to keep it slow and let us learn if you're our type or not. We're sensitive, you know... Nah! We're not. At least all introverts aren't. We can be heartless too. *wink* Calls... Oh! Please don't call... We can chat through Whatsapp or how about SMS? If you're an introvert, you'll get it. Although we don't like to socialize much but getting ignored isn't that great either. We're pretty happy by ourselves too. Unlike extroverts, it's not that easy for an introvert to get bored. Especially when you have shiachat to waste time on... Or reading too. Yes, we do that too. Like I said before, we're great listeners but an introvert with a great imagination will get lost in his own fantasy world the moment you start to get boring. Don't believe me? The next time you've been talking to an introvert for too long, when you finish, you'll see him/her smile only. You know why? Cuz s/he has no idea what you said. So, s/he just smiled. I do that a lot too. Extroverts do that too... So rude of them! Well, I think that's all for now. I can't really come up with anything else for now. Update complete! Time for gaming! Introvert, signing out!
  5. 2 points
    Gasy

    NEED YOUR HELP TO WIN A CONTEST

    Salam I trust this message will find you well and that everyone is doing great. I am coming to you for a little help as your vote could really make a difference. My friend and I are currently in second position to win an Oscilloscope for a research project in the following online contest: http://www.keysight.com/main/editorial.jspx?cc=US&lc=eng&ckey=2677452&nid=-32546.0.00&id=2677452 Since every vote counts, I am kindly requesting you to vote for my friend Nilu J and share it among friends and family. Note: You can vote up to 3 times per day (consecutively without a time delay is fine) UNTIL APRIL 15! The entry with the most votes by April 15th wins the prize Your help would be very much appreciated! Thank you so much for your support! PS: a Facebook sign-on pop up may appear, but it’s only to verify that it’s an actual person voting and not a spam-bot.
  6. 2 points
    starlight

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    I know it's scary, but sure she can . I hope it's been diagnosed by a doctor and she is on medication ? Give lots of love and support, she might not want to take care of the baby so give her a hand and don't make her feel bad for not feeling very motherly .
  7. 2 points
    zainabamy

    Give a Salawat! [OFFICIAL THREAD]

    Allahumma salli ala Muhammad wa Ahli Muhammad wa Ajil Faraj Hum
  8. 2 points
    hasanhh

    SC and "Challenged" people

    Nah, you ain't too old. l ain't.
  9. 2 points
    Hameedeh

    Give a Salawat! [OFFICIAL THREAD]

    ❤ Allah Humma Salle Ala Muhammadin Wa Aal-e-Muhammad, Wa Aj'jil Faraja Hum ❤
  10. 2 points
    Gypsy

    Divorce

    First step is to be independent, having your own job, money and bank account. Second step is to figure out how the children will be taken care off if you divorce him. If he's good with kids then joint custody would not hurt. If you know for sure that this marriage is not workable then you dont really need to be stuck to that man for life. Every minute and hours you take care of him is a wasted life. since hes not a muslim then divorce should be pretty easy, you go to a civil court since marriage between a muslim woman and no muslim man is not rcognizable anyway.
  11. 2 points
    Allah [swt] wants us to come to him on his own terms. We can say, "I will do Du'a to Allah but not Salah..." and what kind of Du'a is that? Or I will do Salah but not Siyaam? Is that acceptable? What kind of Salah is that? I've come to the view it's the same with calling Allah directly only and saying I won't seek intercession of his chosen ones. They work together. You call upon Allah sincerely, and you also ask the witness of our time (Imam Al-Zaman) to pray with your prayers to Allah and that his prayers be a tranquility for you. These things work together, they go together. Suratal Fatiha is a beautiful prayer, perhaps the most beautiful prayer you can pray. But the Du'as taught by Ahlulbayt compliment it. Ziyarah and Tawasul compliment it as well. Believe it or not, part of the blessing upon Mohammad is him interceding for others. This honor and goodness and beauty and praise of the act is of the top gifts to Mohammad. Different praiseworthy stations hold different levels of intercession. We also hope Allah will raise Mohammad and his family, to stations of intercession, more higher then that which Allah promised and we will all benefit from it.
  12. 2 points
    Hameedeh

    Give a Salawat! [OFFICIAL THREAD]

    Allah Humma Salle Ala Muhammadin Wa Aal-e-Muhammad, Wa Aj'jil Faraja Hum
  13. 2 points
    eloquence

    Give a Salawat! [OFFICIAL THREAD]

    عظم الله أجوركم بذكرى شهادة الامام علي بن الهادي النقي عليه سلام Allah Humma Sale Ala Mohammad Wa Ale Mohammad Wa Ajil Farajahum
  14. 2 points
    Allahumma salli ala muhammadin wa ahli muhammadin wa aj'jil faraja hum.
  15. 1 point
    ShiaChat is a beautiful forum. I found the below reply in some other post from 14 years back. @certainclarity @LabaikYaHusseinCan any of you validate the above?
  16. 1 point
    hasanhh

    NEED YOUR HELP TO WIN A CONTEST

    @Gasy What are we voting on? Have the contestants designed & built these boards themselves?
  17. 1 point
    Mohammed-Mehdi

    Sunnis are right...

    if you want to find the truth and nothing else you shall find it with God's help if you dont want to know anything about the truth you will not see it even if you stand right in front of it. like a ostrich when its scared
  18. 1 point
    starlight

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    Which book was that?
  19. 1 point
    Yeah we tend to be judgmental it's something hard to fix. Because this problem is in the older generation and they transfered it to their kids, which is us. Lebanese people have psychological problems much more than this anyway. I used to be like that all judging and racist in an indirect way, I didn't show it but i felt it subconsciously, because the society imposes this whether you like it or not. However when i've become a muslim shia and got rid of this toxic sarrounding this changed totally. Islam also purifies you from such bad things and mental issues. Lebanese people won't ever change, you know that if you are walking with an american or european in the street you would be feeling proud and all arrogant just because he's a foreigner from a ''respected'' country. That's how much Lebanese people are shallow sometimes. It's all about appearances here.
  20. 1 point
    Prophet Muhammad (pbuh&hf) was the seal of all Prophets. This is unanimous belief of all the Muslims excluding Ammydhias. Therefore, hadith is clearly a fabrication!
  21. 1 point
    Ruq

    Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]

    In one word: no, not unless youre prepared to accept that any outcome is in some sense 'fine'. I say this because ive experienced this thought quite a few times myself and on at least 3 occasions the pretty much worst case scenario happened THRICE (worse case as far as i was concerned anyway. InshAllah maybe one day i will see the whole picture and realise that i was spared something worse or that there were results that were worth the suffering).
  22. 1 point
    notme

    SC and "Challenged" people

    Yes it gets boring, but you have to understand people here have some feeling of anonymity, so the questions they can't ask where they are known, they can ask here.
  23. 1 point
    There is no islamic way of finding a spouse, she can also fake her religiousness and you can marry the wrong person even if Mohammad (saww) advices you to do so.
  24. 1 point
    A couple of ways: controlling the vocabulary repeating the theme ("the Big Lie" Model)
  25. 1 point
    Ethics

    Shaving The Beard

    What he is trying to say is he doesnt want a broom on his face like zakir. I doubt the prophet had a untrimmed, non-cleaned, bush looking beard. We arnt savages.
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