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  1. Abbas.

    There is No Gay Gene

    Good. Stick to this view as being important to your faith. Just don't claim it as science. Political correctness? It's about manners which are lacking in this thread and arrogance which is on full display. Many heterosexual Muslims nowadays are guilty of the crimes (rape, murder, fraud, violence, abuse, arrogance, self-love, etc) that were similarly carried out by nations of the past and which were punished for committing such sins. When a man of wisdom wants to educate others, he does not go about insulting them and degrading them by comparing them with the nations of the past
    7 points
  2. Friday night.... and I am bored. We should really have a re-election between @magma and @starlight . See who wins this time
    6 points
  3. Reza

    There is No Gay Gene

    Some people think that righteous opposition to certain practices gives them free reign to say and do whatever they want, however they want, without hesitation or care about human consequence, all in the name of "exposing lies", "hating sins", and "telling the truth". The ends justify the means, and we know what that philosophy has done to the human race. I'm not sure the Prophet (s) used this approach. He carried the truth, but he didn't employ "any means necessary", largely because he had the wisdom to know what was productive and what wasn't. The tactic and approach in this threa
    6 points
  4. I consider it a personal badge of honor to be called a Rafidi. If I'm known as rejecting the first 3 Khalifas as well as their teachings due to my belief that the rightful heir was Imam Ali (AS) then I am exactly that. A 100% Rafidi.
    5 points
  5. The relevant part: The people said, "The Prophet of Allah is taller than the stocky people, and shorter than the extremely tall people. His colour is like silver and gold. His chest was the widest of the people. There is a vein between his eyes. His nose is thin and curved. His forehead is broad. His beard is full. There is a space between his [front two] teeth. There is a mole on his lower lip. His neck is like a silver jug. His shoulders are wide. His stomach and his chest are even. His fingers are thick and his palms are large. When he walks, he walks quickly, and when he t
    5 points
  6. There's been a death in the family. Please be so kind to recite fateha for the departed.
    4 points
  7. This is my dream. Who is with me? Theoretically, how would one go about doing this?
    4 points
  8. I don't get what you mean?Are you saying that you won't read the Quran because Imam Ali (as) is the door of knowledge? You should read the Quran, it's very important, it is the infallible word of Allah, and the Nahjul Balagha is really a collection of hadiths which may or may not be authentic. Which do you think is more trustworthy? Give the Quran a chance before you do something rash like this.
    4 points
  9. Hassan-

    Forum ranks

    Why not have forum ranks for members with certain amount of post counts? Or ranks for how long they've been part of this community? Everyone has 'advanced member' rank whether they've been here for 10 years or 1 month or whether they have 30k+ post count or just 100. For example, have 25+ post count = member, 500+ post count = advanced member, 1000+ post count = senior member. 3+ years + 1000 postcount = oldschool 6+ years + 1000 postcount = veteran 10+ years + 1000 postcount = legend This will add a little more taste to the forum and definitely encourage some members
    3 points
  10. Lover of AhlulBait Sindbad05 ali_fatheroforphans ibn al-Hussain Wasalam
    3 points
  11. I think you might be confused and just repeating sayyid Ammar. You know practically all marjas agree that WF is a thing right? You mean to tell me that all marjas just unanimously agreed on a theory that they randomly picked up from nowhere? Or is this a concept that is actually in our books? The difference is the limit of power WF has that they disagree on. Some say it's supposed to be limited, some say it's not limited. So if it is the issue you have a problem with, bring it up with your local marja and have the debate with him. Tell that to Iraq that was hours from falling
    3 points
  12. Rafidi means the Rejector! As Ammar Nakshawani said "How proud I am to be a rejector, because you know who exactly I reject!
    3 points
  13. Rafidi was a term which was applied to shias in the early years and when one of the companion of Imam Jafar al Sadiq a.s told it to Imam and got disappointed. Imam a.s said that Rafidi means those who deny and it is a good name as you deny the untruth. So, after this Shias do not got disappointed by the hate terms.
    3 points
  14. Reza

    There is No Gay Gene

    You already gave your absolute final verdict on the topic. What more can anyone contribute? Someone says maybe, you say no. Now what? Your posting on this thread has been mostly rhetorical one liners anyway, especially in response to longer, detailed posts. You have no idea how to respond, that's why, so you have no option but to dismiss it wholesale.
    3 points
  15. its a dream for now and part of the dream is that Syria gets opened up again. Otherwise, we can take the long route Istanbul --> Ankara --> Tehran --> Najaf --> Karbala
    3 points
  16. I don't know if that's true or not. Someone started praying a few years before he passed away. I'm sure Allah guides even when people are past the age of 40.
    3 points
  17. No it's not a sin. You are trying, that's what counts. It's a practice thing, keep practicing you'll be fine. Extra prayers are not wajib, there is no problem if you do not pray them. Your children are more important than extra prayers. Everything extra is exactly what it is, extra. Children and their upbringing comes first.
    3 points
  18. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9-Zm4n-z08&feature=youtu.be In a speech on Thursday, Hezbollah's leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah vowed to turn 'Israel's nuclear bomb threat' on Israel itself. Source: Al-Manar Tv (YouTube) Date: 16 February, 2017 Video transcript here: http://middleeastobserver.net/video-hezbollahs-leader-vows-to-turn-israels-nuclear-bomb-threat-on-israel-english-subtitles/
    2 points
  19. Hassan-

    Cursing Umar

    I tried to explain as much as I can to him, but he doesn't want to learn. Indeed the rest is up to him to believe the truth or not, I've explained enough.
    2 points
  20. Imam Ali whom you want to follow read more than half the Quran.
    2 points
  21. Masha'Allah, your voluntary gifts to the united Administration will not go unnoticed. 9.7 inch Ipad is indeed required to keep the adorable son busy while I browse Shiachat. #TotallyNotInterestedInBribe
    2 points
  22. A door lets you into the house, but the door without the house is just a piece of wood. I'm going to assume you were not serious. I'll feel better about that.
    2 points
  23. This time instead of campaigning, let them debate! What topic though? Bored is a wonderful and rare feeling. I almost had it for a moment yesterday afternoon, but it escaped.
    2 points
  24. Reality of this becomes apparent when there is fitna, and the lines between truth and falsehood become unclear. At this point, WF draws a line and those who follow are on one side and everyone else, including Shias are on the other side. This is becoming more and more apparent as we get closer to return of imam Mahdi (AS) and fitnas becoming greater. Side of Welayat of Allah vs welayat of tagutes. Good example of this was the color revolution in Iran of 2009. We saw during the early days, WF supporters saw through this coup attempt, and everyone else, including some leading marjas were s
    2 points
  25. I'm with you! Travel on trains all the way to Tehran. From there to Karbala and Najaf by bus.
    2 points
  26. "Wilayat," derived from wila', means power, authority or a right of certain kind. In Shí'a theology, "wilayat" is the authority invested in the Prophet and the Ahlul Bayt as representatives of Almighty Allah on this earth.
    2 points
  27. Serious question: With everything going on today....how well would it go with a muslim family shooting to protect themselves. Considering the media and and social media and the current situation combined?
    2 points
  28. Hameedeh

    Hate Crime

    When something like this happens, file a report with the police, giving as many details as possible. Even though that man was not caught for committing a crime, he will probably do the same thing again. Tell the people in the mosque so that they will be careful, too, and try to drive a different route to the mosque.
    2 points
  29. SalamAlaykum Brothers and Sister, I hope you are all well I was wondering if someone can tell me where in the Quran it says that the Old and New Testament is Corrupt. Because Muslims say that the Injeel and Torah was changed but where does it say that in the Quran. PLEASE DONT BRING VERSES WHICH TALK ABOUT THE WORDS BEING ALTERED ORALLY, But verses which mention that it was changed in writing. Jazakallah
    1 point
  30. Allahumma salle ala Mohammad wa alihi Mohammad, wa ajjil farajahum.
    1 point
  31. Time lapse of a lunar eclipse reveals the Milky Way.
    1 point
  32. Hassan-

    Cursing Umar

    Just because you have the right to resist it doesn't mean you have to, understand that. I already explained this to you 1000 times. Anyone that believed in Allah and Muhammad as his messenger were muslims. Whether you were a follower of abu bakr or Ali, you are still considered a muslim. If Ali resisted against the 3 caliphs, that would cause a major civil war at a time when Islam was weak and still growing. How are we to judge there intentions without historical facts? Like what I said to you before, it's not about what you believe. Just because you believe in something it doe
    1 point
  33. i love that thing... been using 12.9 for almost a year now... !!! #perfectforbribing
    1 point
  34. Walaykeum salam This part is interesting. The way i understood it it's about intention. I don't think any Abrahamic religions allow you to kill someone to protect yourself, specially if there is another option. Sometimes the result of protecting yourself or others is killing, but that is not the intention. Example, God forbid someone is molesting your daughter and you witness it. Obviously no Christian believes that you should just sit there and "love him" while he is doing so. But intervene and stop the person. Say you smack him in the head with a shovel and he dies. Or a more compl
    1 point
  35. Your son is adorable , Mashallah <3 When is his birthday? Would he like a 9.7" Ipad pro for his birthday? #TotallyNotTryingToBribe
    1 point
  36. Abbas.

    Over 30's Club

    Well, if we're serious about having this club we gotta create a union and demand rights from @Ali. I say, we deserve $50 buks each/mth for our services. After all, who's going to click the 'Shiamatch' banner if it wasn't for our combined wisdom being spread on Google? THEY TUKK OUR JOBS!
    1 point
  37. What he said was expensive luxury cars. Which means cars like lambos, ferraris and other sport cars. Buying an $80,000 BMW SUV for example is quite pricey but it's not considered an expensive luxury car by the common view, at least here in Canada or USA. However buying a $300,000 Bentley is considered an expensive luxury car, which makes it haram.
    1 point
  38. Thats also what I thought Muslims believe. Just wanted to be sure.
    1 point
  39. I have many books. The rest of family would have a much harder time adapting. We keep lots of canned and dehydrated food on hand, and have a charcoal grill for cooking. I think we'd be alright for a while. I remember a few years ago the electricity was out for a week. It didn't significantly affect my lifestyle. I slept earlier since it was dark, and stayed outside more because there were no fans or air conditioning.
    1 point
  40. It doesn't make sense that Saint Valentine's Day would be a pagan celebration. As far as I know, pagans didn't commemorate saints. Ancient Romans celebrated Lupercalia around the same time of year, but it doesn't seem to be related. Lupercalia celebration consisted of wearing wolf costumes, sacrificing sheep and goats, and having parades. It was in observance of the myth about the mother wolf who fed the abandoned twin children Romulus and Remus, who were later adopted by a farmer, and went on to found the city of Rome.
    1 point
  41. I didn't even realize it was valentines day, that described my day lol, I just went to work, watched PSG thrash Barcelona, came back home had dinner and went to bed, just like any other day.
    1 point
  42. What do you want me to say? "OMG E.L king, you are SUCH a genious for revealing this hidden truth to us. If you hadn't done so, gay people would've continued to exist." Comon, Who are you kidding? Us or yourself? No amount of these articles can change their thinking. Because if that was possible, homosexuality wouldn't exist in the first place. You have to understand that they think differently from people who are straight. And we can do very little to change that.
    1 point
  43. Messiah is from the word 'me' 'sa' 'ha', which means to anoint. Messiah means the one who is anointed. Jesus(peace be upon him) was the one who was anointed by Allah(s.w.a) to lead the Children of Israel, but the leadership of the Children of Israel didn't accept him, so they tried to kill him, but as the Quran says 'Allah(s.w.a) saved him and raised him to Himself(s.w.a)' When someone is Messiah, or anointed by Allah(s.w.a), this position is for them, regardless of whether the people accept them or not.
    1 point
  44. I have German Shepherd.. He is so cute.
    1 point
  45. And you are judging the Iranian nation based on this; your limited experience? Here are some "national pride" facts: - Iran doesn't have a Rothschild-owned bank - Iran's only US embassy is a museum - The street where the former British embassy is, is called "Bobby Sands St" - Any village or city is home to a whole lot of martyrs - When some of Iran's best nuclear scientists were assassinated, the number of students entering the nuclear field increased - And a whole bunch of other stuff By your logic, I guess the people of South Lebanon aren't a proud people because you saw those drunk Le
    1 point
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