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  1. 5 points

    Gender ROLES

    @Shia.a What is the problem exactly? I would like to share something with you. I used to be a christian woman who used to think just like you, i would curse islam because I USED TO THINK it votes for sexual inequality, and i was even AGAINST marriage because i wouldn't want to marry a christian man that will eventually cheats over me, who will have mistresses or simply just go to a nightclub. I even hated the nature of men. Then I was introduced to Islam and to ahlulbayt(as), and everything changed, my whole life and mentality. Suddenly everything made sense, because a MAN OF GOD would Never hurt his women in any way. When a women will marry a man whom she doesnt know quite well, doesnt know how Sick he is, and who doesnt know the level his commitment and faith, then it's Her fault. Because The second she decided to marry him she decided indirectly to trust his judgment and everything he says, it became her responsibility. When God(azwj) gave men this Superiority over women in certain things He knew what He was doing. It is Allah eventually and we shouldn't doubt 1 second his judgment. These creatures you are talking about are what we call immature Boys, they are not even close to immature Men. A religious man would advise his women for her own sake for her own after life, a sick mentally ill boy would advise his women for his own sake and benefit, a religious man would treat his lady like imam ali used to treat sayeda fatima... matter fact sayeda fatima is the perfect example of how much strong women can be. Now it took me almost 1 and a half year to reach and understand this mentality, ofcourse i was studying islam and the teachings of ahlulbayt(as) meanwhile. If i were to follow this islam humans created i would never ever had converted. So please do yourself a favor and get to know a bit more your religion? for your own peace of mind and soul.
  2. 4 points
    At the end of Ramadan this year I was in a car crash. I was driving home from the mosque when a taxi pulled out of the junction in front of me, I slammed on the brakes thinking I was going to hit him for sure. But alhamdulilah I didn't. I sat there for half a second thinking I was safe but then there was a terrible crash as someone had hit the back of me. I cannot describe the fear I felt, I felt like I was being ripped from the world. I had to pinch myself to make sure I was alive. Alhamdulilah I escaped only with a few bruises. All I can say is, never ever get into a car without putting a seatbelt on!
  3. 4 points

    Where is Allah?

    @Samia123 Never think for a moment that if you did not get what you wanted then Allah did not listen to your prayers. At the time of prophet Ibrahim (as) he saw an old man, he started having a conversation with him (the old man did not know this is prophet Ibrahim (as). Then prophet Ibrahim asked the old man if he (the prophet) can be the old's man guest. The old man accepted, but said: there is one problem, my house is in a place where you have to cross a river first and there is no boat that we can use to cross the river. prophet Ibrahim said: then how do you usually cross the river? old man said: I walk on the water. the prophet replied: let's go and see we might as well. surprising the old man, prophet Ibrahim crossed the river walking on water as well. When they got to the old man house he opened his heart to prophet Ibrahim (as) saying: I have a wish and I'm praying to Allah for decades but he did not listened to me and it is to see prophet Ibrahim (as), then the prophet replied: I am prophet Ibrahim. The moral of the story is that the old man was praying for decades to see the prophet and it was not granted to him, instead this did not mean Allah did not listen to him, in fact, this old man through his prayers reached a level that he could walk on water. So never think for a moment that Allah does not listen to your prayers. It is through these prayers that you reach high levels, and eventually you will be granted what you wanted. Even if you did not receive what you have prayed for, in the Akhira, He will grant you something much much much better than what you wished for in this dunya. In fact, in Akhira, people will wish that none of their dunya wishes were granted to them when they see what Allah has compensated and what he has in store for them. May Allah grant your wishes Inshallah.
  4. 3 points
    Alhamdulellah we know how to stop a train
  5. 3 points
    Sajjad Zaidi bro , love you for your simplicity. Whilst you might lack knowledge but your passion is from the heart without guile and or trickery.
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  8. 2 points
    What is it with people that defend tatbir that they tend to be hot-headed, quick to jump to conclusions, and find it hard to have a rational conversation? I try not to generalise, but you guys are making it really hard. What does ISIS have to do with this discussion??
  9. 2 points
    1- We do not take opinions of scholars especially if said opinion contradicts hadiths and narrations (although I will look into this). As for the context of the Hadith, I referred to events and words said before and after the Hadith which ALL seem to be in our favour of proving Ghadeer Khum was when the Prophet s.a.w appointed Imam Ali a.s as the successor of believers. Again, stop giving me definitions. 2- Let's take a look at this entire narration then. It seems to be referring to the merits of Imam Ali a.s. This is interesting: ‎وروى الثعلبي عن أبي منصور الجمشازي، عن محمد بن عبد الله الحافظ، عن علي بن الحسن، عن محمد بن هارون الحضرمي، عن محمد بن منصور الطوسي قال: سمعت أحمد بن حنبل يقول: ما جاء لاحد من أصحاب رسول الله صلى الله عليه واله من الفضائل ما جاء لعلي عليه السلام This entire segment is talking about Imam Ali's merits. Even a profound and known Sunni scholar (Ahmed bin Hanbal) has admitted that no other companion has had any merits like Ali has. In fact, the segment continues on to say that even Umar himself couldn't deny Ali's merits (one of which Ali being Mawla). Would being his friend be considered a merit like none other? As for Umar congratulating Imam Ali that narration is NOT weak, you just weakened it for the sake of your narrative. Every time I read Hadith Al-Ghadeer from a Sunni source that last line where we see Umar congratulating is most if not always there, and since we know how scholars have graded Hadith al Ghadeer, it is definitely not weak. Guessing you don't check your books much... I didn't want to include the sources because it is well known and it's usually linked to the entire Ghadeer Hadith but I guess we must always take precautions when arguing with people like you. Is this another case of you knowing deep down this narration being correct will disapprove your theory? Sources from Sunni hadiths: - مسند الامام احمد بن حنبل ج ٤ ص ٢٨١ - صحيح لغيره (Entire Ghadeer Hadith including the last little line Umar said) - فضائل الصحابة 2, 610, 1042 (again the entire Hadith INCLUDING that little line) - الحافظ أبو عباس الشيباني النسوي في كتابه الغدير الجزء الاول صفحة 100 - تاريخ بغداد للخطيب البغدادي ج ٨ And so many other sources (check any source which narrates Hadith Ghadeer Khum) which include Umar's saying and regard it as part of the Ghadeer narration, so if you consider it weak than I guess the Ghadeer narration is weak. Also stop taking us for idiots. The Prophet s.a.w has mentioned many many hadiths before Ghadeer on the importance of loving Ali a.s. Are you telling me he waited until a few months before his death to stop thousands and thousands of people to tell them befriend Ali! This entire argument seems weak and you're grasping at straws here. Are you trying to convince yourself or convince me? "It had nothing to do with leadership, Imamah, or Caliphate." Yep. Definitely trying to convince yourself. You're resorting to becoming an Arabic professor again and blaming the Prophets wording. Writing an essay about the definition or grammar will not change the actual definition. It is a known fact how Sunnis love to change things and use the grammar excuse, like when the Quran says wipe your feet yet they still believe it's wash. Also I see you now changed the definition of Awla from closer/nearer to Authority and then proved your 'point'. It's either closer or authority. You're arguing a Shia using a Sunni source.. As for Nahjul Balagha it is definitely a more complicated book and it isn't specifically a "Shia" book. Since the book is complied of sermons and it doesn't have a Fiqh or Aqeedah concept, it's more or so the Imams sermons therefore to check the authenticity we need to refer to each sermon and the check since the book has no Isnad. The thing is, you restrict the word leader or Khalifa to literal ruling and leadership. The point is what people think or vote is not valid enough once you see Allah himself has designated a Khalifa it. Because once Allah himself assigns a Khalifa for the believers we don't care who was voted to sit on a throne. Our Imams don't need a throne in order to be deemed khalifas on us. Allah assigning them is more than enough and once you understand this you, you'll understand how petty and idiotic some of your statements are. Imam Ali a.s was the most compatible person to Rasool Allah, he was his Nafs, his brother in the Muhajreen and Ansar incident. He is the gate of knowledge so it would be befitting when Ali a.s becomes Rasool Allah's successor because he was most like him. Which is why when we look at the Hadith by Rasool Allah about there being 12 Khalifas from Quraysh (authentic and mutawatir Hadith in Sunni sources, don't even try to deny and weaken it because it goes against your narrative) Sunnis automatically assume and count all the Islamic rulers who were on the throne and cannot come to a conclusion. If you have nothing further to add PLEASE stop selling the definition narrative. I received a one thousand worded essay from you on the meaning of Mawla. Imam Ali's character speaks for itself and he doesn't need a materialistic crown to be deemed an official "Khalifa" because his crown is Allah's orders which assigned him to be our Khalifa.
  10. 2 points
    Your second question is absurd. For your first question, i already pointed out the organized crying of Rodalli's from hinduism. Try to judge your argument now, if i start claiming that the organized crying for Imam Hussain (a.s) has its origin from hinduism (na'uzobillah)? If i start claiming that your crying for Imam is not because of grief, it is simple performance like Rodalli's do, then? You hire a zakir, you give him the money, he tells you the masaib and you cry. This is performance not grief. You can ask them their rational logic or reason for tatbir, if you're not satisfied with their reason, you simply avoid doing such acts .Dont try to create Islamic State of Iranian Shias (ISIS) in our religion, we're brothers in faith not your enemies. By the way, all this focus & questions on tatbir are due to the fatwa of Ayatullah Khamenei(r.a), I have deep respect for him in my heart. I can understand his reason & logic behind that fatwa. Some of his ignorant followers dont even know the adicates to debate with brothers in faith. You're free to call me a mushrik or kafir, i dont mind it, I will continue to defend my bothers and scholors who have supported tatbir from the very beginning as i defend Ayatullah Khamenei (r.a) infront of those who practice tatbir.
  11. 2 points
    Welcome back.
  12. 2 points

    Mutah With Hindus Are Allowed Or Not

    Quran 60:10 prohibits marriage with polytheists. The general consensus of the hadiths is that marriage with Kitabis is permissible, but disliked and not recommended in many situations. Zoroastrians were considered dhimmis, but not the same as Kitabis. Marriage with Zoroastrians was forbidden or disliked by the Imams. Concubines however can be non-Kitabis: محمد بن علي بن الحسين بإسناده ، عن الحسن بن محبوب ، عن العلاء بن رزين ، عن محمد بن مسلم ، عن أبي جعفر ( عليه السلام ) قال : سألته عن الرجل المسلم يتزوج المجوسية ؟ فقال : لا ، ولكن إذا كانت له أمة مجوسية فلا بأس أن يطأها ويعزل عنها ولا يطلب ولدها . Furthermore, the believer (male and female) does not marry anyone who is an open opponent of Ahl al-Bayt, the Shi`a, or Islam in general: محمد بن يعقوب ، عن محمد بن يحيى ، عن أحمد بن محمد ، عن ابن محبوب ، عن جميل صالح ، عن فضيل بن يسار ، عن أبي عبدالله ( عليه السلام ) قال : لا يتزوج المؤمن الناصبة المعروفة بذلك . Mut`a is forbidden or disliked with one who is known for fornication: وعن عدة من أصحابنا ، عن أحمد بن محمد البرقي ، عن داود بن إسحاق الحذاء ، عن محمد بن الفيض قال : سألت أبا عبدالله ( عليه السلام ) عن المتعة ؟ قال : نعم ، إذا كانت عارفة ـ إلى أن قال : ـ واياكم والكواشف والدواعي والبغايا وذوات الازواج ، قلت : ما الكواشف ؟ قال : اللواتي يكاشفهن وبيوتهن معلومة ويؤتين ، قلت : فالدواعي ؟ قال : اللواتي يدعون إلى أنفسهن وقد عرفن بالفساد ، قلت : فالبغايا ؟ قال : المعروفات بالزنا ، قلت : فذوات الازواج ؟ قال : المطلقات على غير السنة .
  13. 2 points
    No offense bro/sis but why even care about the opinion of those narrow minded people ? They are obviously salafis, who see the evil in anything. Yesterday I unfortunately came across a Youtube tutorial of brushing teeth with miswak, the heavy bearded guy was explaining that the length of the miswak should not exceed x inches (cannot remember) because of "the risk of Shaytan sitting on it". Ridiculous.
  14. 2 points
    Democrats and Republicans are not better than each other. Stop lying to yourselves.
  15. 1 point

    Making Dua For Each Other

    Salam. A relative of mine is at the airport and the weather is raining. Please make a dua for her safe trip. EDIT: Thanks for the duas. She arrived safely, alhamdulillah.
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  17. 1 point
    Ibn Al-Shahid

    Where is Allah?

    “Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one”
  18. 1 point

    Secret counsel between 3 & 5

    Tafsir al-Mizan brother, use it if there's any English version of it.
  19. 1 point
    Assalam. He's a Shahid, let us to NOT forget it by typing: Shahid or martyr Mutahhari r.a:( Appreciate it. Wassalam.
  20. 1 point
    Assalam. Some dreams are sign of daily activities, they are useless. Some of them are a sign of Satan l.a, especially when you sleep on your left side or on your belly, or when you sleep before Maghreb pray time or when you don't recite Quran before sleep. Wassalam.
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  22. 1 point
    Haydar Husayn

    Brave New World

    If anyone hasn't read this book, by Aldous Huxley, then I would strongly recommend it (along with 1984 by George Orwell). People have been pointing out how these books seem to have served as a blueprint for Western society for a while now, but it's really starting to get scary now. Here is a summary of the dystopian state in Brave New World (from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brave_New_World#The_World_State): One of the few features that I don't think has an obvious parallel is the allocate caste aspect of all this. I'm sure some people would argue that this is the case, but currently I don't think think that this is something that can be proven. The abolition of natural reproduction on the other hand does seem to be on the agenda. In 20 to 40 years, most Americans won’t have sex to reproduce. Get ready. While none of this is officially done, it is pretty clear that critical thinking is on the decline in society these days. It is not something encouraged in schools, or in society. Instead of being taught how to think, people are taught what to think. And this is often done through using social taboos. Subconscious messages are used through advertising and the media . High culture is certainly nearly dead. Instead, we have this low-brow rubbish full of violence, nutidity, sex, foul language, and bad humour. Scientific thinking is still done however. Paradoxically, although people do technically spend more time alone these days, in a wider sense, through the spread of social media, people do spend most of their time communicating with others. The activities on social media do also generally require little to no thought. I don't think I even need to comment on how prescient this was. In terms of the drug, think of cannabis, or anti-depressants. Again, this should be pretty obvious to most thinking people. Our economy is entirely dependent on needless consumption. If people stopped buying things they didn't need, then the economy would crash. The advance of medicine and the promotion of euthanasia could very well eventually lead to this type of situation. Those Muslims who refuse to bow to the ideology of the modern world will eventually be seen (if they aren't already) as 'savages', and may have to live separate to everyone else.
  23. 1 point

    Wa 'ala alihi wa sahbihi

    Those four individuals are by the standard Sunni and Shia definition , Sahaba. If you aren't aware of the definition of Sahaba, as per Shia standard then read this: A Sahabi (pl. Sahabah) or “Companion”, is someone who met the Prophet (S), believed in him and died a Muslim. Source: Introduction to Hadith including Dirayat Al-Hadith, Shahid Al Thani – pg 25 – Section IV (terminology pertaining to the names and generations of reporters) The answer to this is resent in the quote you quoted. Try to reflect on the verse of Quran I gave.
  24. 1 point

    Halwa Recipe

    A few weeks before I tried a sweet dish,its an Omani sweet dish called Maho halwa its simple made out of three main ingredients Butter,Condensd Milk,Cardamom powder...It’s a quick dessert recipe and a good treat for your guest.I will share for you with the link here http://www.nestle-family.com/recipes/english/maho-halwa_47832.aspx
  25. 1 point
    So if people do something that has its origins in paganism, then that isn't allowed to be pointed out? If Muslims start putting up Christmas trees out of 'love for Isa (a)', then can it not be pointed out that this is originally a pagan practice?
  26. 1 point
    And if that Article wasn't written with perfect grammar would you not criticize it for not looking legitimate? If the all the Saudi's were so cruel, why would they even bother letting Shia's come immigrate to Hajj if they were so keen on lumping them all as kufrs? Or do you all of you forget that as muslims you should all be inclined to give the benefit of the doubt and not predispose to call people liars as that is Islam? What do anti-shia or extreme Wahabis have to gain by making up stories or asking people to deceive Shii' people by saying they treat them well? You've already seen some Saudi (many not just some) scholars outwardly call Shia' Kufr, why would they start now with deception? They're better off just saying no Shia' can come. Having been there myself, I've seen Shii' people treated with dignity and respect, but there exist few cases where there is mistreatment and that mistreatment extends beyond just the Shia people. Or are you all going to come tell me I'm making this stuff up to deceive you? Assuming and judging people without proof, you all to me sound like the very same Saudi/Wahabi people that slighted the Shia. Quran: 49-6 O you who have believed, if there comes to you a disobedient one with information, investigate, lest you harm a people out of ignorance and become, over what you have done, regretful. Sayings from Imam Ali AS: The intellect is better than desire, for the intellect makes you a king over your destiny, and desire makes you a slave of your destiny. The intellect is what arrives at what is correct through reasoning, and recognizes what has not yet happened through what has already taken place. Use your intellect to understand something when you hear about it-the intellect that examines, that is, and not just the intellect that repeats what it hears, for surely there are many who repeat the knowledge that they hear, and there are few who examine it. These are straight out of al islam.org
  27. 1 point
    I just want to do 'adl and the points above is things that should be considered. And also the rule of generalization, fallacy/hasty generalization, e.g. this web : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faulty_generalization https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasty_generalization
  28. 1 point

    Apologetics and its dangers

    But what's the end goal of the debate? You wonder if all sides even have the same end goal. Or is the journey more important than the destination, since the destination is pretty much not up for debate? Even if it is, the goal posts can be changed at any time.
  29. 1 point

    Brave New World

    I remembered Brave New World yestersay after watching an interesting TED speech about how media provides us with information. One of the great points dealth with is the excess of information that reach people, and how it ends up not only desensitizing us but also alienating us from what happens in the rest of the world. We indeed live in a dystopia already anyway, and it's just getting worse. If any, hard work both externally and internally may help us and our close surroundings to keep close to the truth and at the same time progress in life. May Allah grant us patience and guidance.
  30. 1 point
    There's actually "shias" who don't feel pain or cry for Aba Abdillah (as)..
  31. 1 point

    Who Preserved the Quran?

    No, I think you have misunderstood. He does not accept the whole notion of "recitations". Like I said, you need to read the later chapters, especially the one on the "collection of the Quran". You seem to be confusing Ayatallah Khuei criticism of the sunni narrative as criticism of the Quran itself. The earlier chapters are critical of the sunni theory, and the later ones are his own views. There is just one Quran, with one set of wording and pronunciation. He disagrees with such a concept because there premises are flawed and contradictory, as I have already pointed out. He states that the Quran was revealed and compiled and authenticated during the lifetime of the Prophet SAW. He gives pages of evidence for this. For example, he says why should I accept more than one quran when the reasons given for having more than one are contradictory and illogical? He critices the sources of the theories as well, which Im sure your not keen to discuss. Also, our ideology is based on the completeness and perfection of the Quran, there is no room for the sunni theory of multiple qurans with varying words. Ayatalloh Khuie makes the point that we believe the Prophet SAW 100% when he said that he leaves two important things for guidance, the book of Allah and his Ahl Bayt.
  32. 1 point
    Subjective. Not talking to someone isn't that big of a deal. Abusing them is different.
  33. 1 point
    I find it's the opposite. They make fun of our western accents, and not liking some of the food etc. It goes both ways with any culture.
  34. 1 point
    Haydar Husayn

    Gender ROLES

    No offense, but I don't think you are speaking about any of this from the perspective of someone who has any first-hand experience. It wasn't so long ago that you were making threads about 'dabbing', so maybe wait a while before lecturing the rest of us about what Islam says about marriage, and how that actually works out in practice.
  35. 1 point
    Then you're a newbie as a Muslim who just know the prophet saww only by name. Enjoy your dark world.
  36. 1 point
    You can get examples of beating faces & chests in hinduism. So enjoy comparing them with you.
  37. 1 point
    Ws brother, I can help if you want, PM me
  38. 1 point
    Yep, I know it sounds rather awful but I am glad that I am Shia ' and not Sunni anymore. Our brethren need to get "ahead" on the Salafi problem.
  39. 1 point

    Gender ROLES

    Salam, I don't think islam is used to justify abuse, because it can't be. Everything has its tafsir, including the verse speaking of "beating" one's wife. What causes the abuse is mostly cultural perception of gender "roles". These can date back to the ignorant times. People (not just men) manipulate these laws to fit their cultural expectations. If you'd like to start a discussion, it might help if you elaborate on what you mean exactly
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    Years since I posted, let alone been on ShiaChat... lol, what am I getting myself into by posting?? I haven't had a chance to read the rest of the thread, and am responding to the OP. Not sure if others have said similar. So, why do some Muslim women in hijab dress the way described? There are a few, but namely: 1. Men/young gentlemen: if you would like the community of women to hold-tight to the hijab as to the liking of our beloved Ahlul Bayt (as)... well then, please approach and marry these girls/women who wear their hijab as Fatima Zahra (as) would. Show your interest. The number of young girls I know who want to "relax" their hijab, because a significant number of guys (read, at least 95%) would not choose to marry someone who was adhering to her hijab in that way - very sad. So they choose to wear something a little 'prettier' (what is 'pretty' is a loooooong spectrum ) to maybe.. just maybe, catch the eye of an otherwise good Muslim guy. And let's not even talk about a good chunk of others whom they observe ogling the non-Muslim girls/muslimas not in hijab. So they think.. what chance have *they* got in meeting someone. 2. Work situations: I can only speak for myself, but my work situation is not one where I would be physically comfortable wearing an abaya. I mostly wear pants and long tops with a hijab. 3. Self-esteem.. girls/women in hijab are human too, ya know ;) . Some have a greater sense of self and conviction Alhamdulillah, others less so. We're all a work in progress. I'm sure there are other reasons, may Allah (swt) guide us all.
  41. 1 point
    Sister I'm from Australia (Melbourne) where are you from exactly? I have read your story and it's heartbreaking. We can't seem to find the ghira of Hussain and Abbas. I'm astonished at how Muslims would rather practise culture in fear of society and people, rather than practise Islam in fear of Allah. May Allah and the Imam of our time help you with your hardships.
  42. 1 point

    How to Attain Great Enlightment?

    I don't think any of us here know. Of course we can say things like follow Quran and Ahlulbayt, but what does it mean to us? Others can talk about Du'a etc, but none of us really know. We know general things, we know generally the way but we don't know at the same time anything really. Most people that just means following a particular Marjaa or group of scholars. To others, it means studying ilmel rijaal etc, and just going through the same process of confirming what is always confirmed through that means and so on and so forth. To be honest, were it not that I know for sure there is alternative way that I have not found yet, I probably would ended up more on the new age side and looked for spiritual mentors. But I know there is a way, there is a way, certainly, for enlightenment. It just isn't "official" or "well known" at the moment. It's not found in any group of people that are manifest today. I have no idea how to distinguish falsehood from truth at the moment, and don't have time to do it at the moment, really busy with university but I do know there is alternative way then we have been going about this. What I know that it's not found in looking to be guided by people who have not been assigned the duty of guiding others. We can take such people as resources towards the Guides, but not as the guides themselves. I am tired of religion. Really tired of it and it makes me feel alienated from people. It was meant to establish a love and bond of brotherhood, but we forgotten an important and vital part of the message, that has caused us to become enemies to one another and hate one another. We broken the trust. The bond will not work "You think them together, but their hearts are disunited, that is because they are people who do not understand?", and how can we understand and build our unity on that, when we make others think for us! How much of us think God's religion is truly the best gift to humanity to the extent we care about this gift so much we don't want to tarnish it with falsehood? Hardly any, because the Taghut and the bond on that, is more important to us. We are fools, real fools, we don't believe as true humans believe, we convince ourselves we are some sort of elite pious humanity, when we lack the necessary characteristics of what it means to be human, what it means to be a sincere servant of God. We deceive ourselves every time.
  43. 1 point

    Women And Equality In Islam

    Recently in the news: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2015/01/23/how-men-and-women-process-emotions-differently/ I dont know if that is the reason for some of the differences in rulings, but it supports the the prevalent view that women are more emotional than men. So does the fact that women are twice as likely to suffer from depression than men. There's no doubt that depression affects the way we process information.
  44. 1 point

    Women And Equality In Islam

    dude u do realize that even some men get emotional. u r pretty much saying every man who has ever lived and will be born in the future is not emotional while every woman from past and present is. this statment in itself is sexist.
  45. 1 point

    Aysha And Hafsa

    (bismillah) (wasalam) This ayah above ^ proves that the wives, who are not submissive, faithful, obedient, penitent, etc., are not Ahlul Bayt AS, because Allah SWT never purified them with the thorough cleansing as mentioned in Holy Qur'an Ahzaab 33. [shakir 33:33] And stay in your houses and do not display your finery like the displaying of the ignorance of yore; and keep up prayer, and pay the poor-rate, and obey Allah and His Messenger. Allah only desires to keep away the uncleanness from you, O people of the House! and to purify you a (thorough) purifying.
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