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  1. as salaam alakim! I know that there is the Qur'an eruit university, but are there other free shia courses or pre hawza courses on can take?
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  2. Salam it's available above your post in advertisement section ^ http://www.prehawza.com/IQRA/
    3 points
  3. https://www.almuntazaruniversity.com
    3 points
  4. Imam Mahdi Online Hawza is free
    3 points
  5. Yes, but trusting isn't easy if your husband gives you no reasons to trust him, but many many reasons to mistrust him.. She wasn't nagging . He ignored her for no reason, causing more and more doubt. And no one said that she's a saint and he an embodiment of evil. I'm just telling you what's happening. And you can believe that her version is the truth. She is just trying to get help and advice. It won't help her to tell us things that aren't true - that would lead to wrong advices.
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  6. Deal with the problem one at a time, don't mix problems together. She is expressing Allah is her priority so... Problem 1, get rid of the toxicity as rkazmi33 said, in order to thrive, and it must be resolved regardless of any other problems. One's relationship with Allah is far more important than anything else, therefore what's "right" and "wrong" should be very, very clear assuming her side of the story has full merit - leave him (again, Allah permitted divorce for a reason, because sometimes its necessary to move back towards Allah). THEN worry/think about problem 2, dealing with parents in regards to your job. Last thing you want to do is live alone with a toxic husband in a big city where you can be easily victimized, extorted, etc. It's very difficult and worrying to make such decisions when you're a situation, I know, but she should try to look at her dilemma from the outside, this way it'll be easier to take logical steps and action, and not regret it.
    3 points
  7. To summarize the issue, baatil ( falsehood) has always hated haq (truth or righteousness). This started when Qabeel (Cain) killed Habeel (Abel) out of jealousy and has continued since then.
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  8. In short this is because we hate and/or criticize many figures they consider as holy or good and we have different practices and beliefs.
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  9. GermanShia

    Lineage

    Imagine my Grand Grand Grand ancestors from Fathers side are arabs but he feels turk only from a Shia ahlulbayt Point of view: if my ancestors from syria migrated to Turkey and than to Germany And i speak Turkish and german but only from Original ahlulbayt view: Would we be Counted as 1.) arabs because our lineage is arab, 2.)Turkish because our Culture today 3.) or german cause we live in german because I Heard a sunni sheikh wants sayin „if you are palastinism and your Grand Grand Grand children in whatever Generation are Born Whereever... always will be palestinian“ and is it right that „the 313 will get swords where their lineage is written“ (I don’t have the Source for the hadith sorry ) than i think we should never forget our „“real““ Family background?!? salam and thx for help!!
    2 points
  10. To answer your question Arif: rejection for reasons of attraction is valid. If the shoe were on the other foot, I'm sure you would not marry someone you're not attracted to. The Islamic response would be to respectfully disengage with the disinterested person -- no need to ask the Five W's or start a post-mortem investigation. According to online dating studies conducted by OK Cupid and Tinder, women find about 80% of men to be unattractive, 10% to be average, and 10% to be attractive. Men's looks actually matter more than society admits. There are biological reasons for this: men are built to spread their genetic influence, while women are built to make the best and safest choice in a partner. My recommendation is to upload your picture to your profile -- preferably not a selfie, but a modest full-body picture of you actually doing something. It is better than getting your hopes up in conversation and then being disappointed with the result. Almost every man on Earth has been rejected for one reason or another, so just keep moving.
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  11. The reason why I gave so much context in my blog post is because the commonly spread fatwas today do not mention all the details. However, the proof is implicitly in the fatwa itself. It is allowing you to look at the woman and her body (beyond just the neck and feet) which already implies you will be allowed to observe her curves (even with clothes on). Remember, this ruling is only applicable up until you acquire the information you need after which it is impermissible for you to look again.
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  12. Such short online edicts are often a source of confusion. Which is why I prefer that whenever a religious scholar issues them online, he/she needs to take responsibility for providing an explanation so as to leave no doubt in the precedent. For example, when it is said that you may look at a potential partner's physique without sexual gratification, it is probably meant that one is allowed to look at the potential partner's "legs and other parts" to determine whether the person has the body physique that he/she finds attractive (slim, curvy, chubby, etc.). However, because of the high risk of persons being lured into sexual gratification (especially immature boys), the edict better stress upon the respectful and moral manners of communication with potential partners before marriage.
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  13. I’m married to a Sunni, (who doesn’t like to be called Sunni) and my marja said it was permissible. Neither of us impose our way of doing things. I participate in Shia practices and do everything according to the Shia school of thought and he does everything that he has read within his collection of Hadiths and knowledge. So it is halal, but it depends on the person and the circumstances. No suitable Shia man was around for me, anyway. I wanted to get married and he was serious. While the men in my community wanted to stay single—even the men in their thirties. No thanks. I wasn’t going to wait around for anyone to be okay with the idea of marriage. Either you want to marry me or you don’t. No beating around the bush.
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  14. Yes I agree with you to a certain extent. As they say 'beauty is in the eyes of the beholder'. What may seem pleasing to my senses may not mean same for another person. These days popular culture promotes beauty in terms of having a symmetrical face with evenly placed features and clear skin with natural skin oils. It may be hard to believe for those who are very conditioned in their mentality by the media but there are people who find the opposite of this perspective as attractive. That is the grace of Allah. No body is really ugly because its all in the mind based on our experiences and personalities. There is someone out there for everybody.
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  15. Honestly the question was asked after proposal we aren’t talking about Random’s here the girl agreed the guy wants to see his future wife why not ?
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  16. Seems to me everybody is acting out of their own interests rather than what’s best for everybody... i tell you stubbornness in parents is the worst disease lol
    2 points
  17. Hameedeh

    Lineage

    Salam. The hadith does not mention lineage (Arab, Turk, etc.) of the holy 313, but the names (of each soldier and his father's name) will be on the swords.
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  18. Yes they are muslims. But her father is not strictly religious.. No she has an older sister. But her sister isn't married yet and has a totally different lifestyle.
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  19. Maybe he wants to check if she’s bald and it is his right to see who he is marrying without hijab
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  20. You and your husband need counseling rather than taking advice from people you don't know online. Besides during counseling it might show up that there are things about you that you're doing wrong, rather than people only seeing your side of the story. Its marriage you're talking about here, asking people online also means you might not know how serious marriage is.
    2 points
  21. realizm

    Lineage

    A sword could never be long enough to bear a whole lineage. Hadith must refer to something symbolic. Interesting question though...
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  22. You are right about it being wrong to judge before hearing both parties. Counsellors are taught to never make this mistake. However, sometimes, just by hearing certain parts of a story one can tell if it's wise to continue or not. In this case it's very clear, as her deen is weakening when she's with this guy. Our souls are the most valuable thing we have. No one on this planet is worth losing our soul for.
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  23. Many women are not at all comfortable with showing themselves without hijab to nonmahrams. Let alone to creepy unknown men who feel that it's ok to violate his eventual future wife that way. I don't like the dishonest way of doing it behind a female's back. If you value a genuine, authentic and honest relationship, then a man who is ok with doing something like that is not an appealing man in terms of marriage. Also, if the female will say no to 99% of men, why should they see her without hijab? It's more reasonable to check if she's even interested before random dudes that she'd never consider are seeing all her beauty. When a man does get married to a female, will he be comfortable knowing that God knows how many men have seen her without hijab? Besides, a momin should want for others what he wants for himself. Is he ok with random dudes checking out his sisters or daughters? If not, then he shouldn't do it to other people's sisters or daughters either. Also, it could even be haram as some sisters are married without telling others. I know several such cases. So if a stranger woman takes a picture of them and shows it to men while the sister in fact is married - then that is a violation of both that sister and her husband. It's better to man up and talk to the sister and see her IRL in a normal environment without hiding in a bush. If they don't find eachother attractive, then that's that. No one dies. Life goes on without dishonest methods.
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  24. I agree with most of what you're saying. I came to Europe as a small small child and I went to kindergarten and school and university here. All western ones. And I basically didn't have Muslim friends growing up. My parents didn't allow me to go swimming, dancing or travelling with the other kids. They didn't allow me to go to parties or anything like that. I didn't even know what alcohol smelled like until some years ago when I was on a boat travelling to another country and westerners were smelling weird. That is how I found out what alcohol smells like. And the country I live in has amongst the highest alcohol consumption levels in the world. As for TV - it's very dangerous as it brainwashes us without us realizing it. I abandoned TV perhaps 9 years ago and I don't think i would allow my kids to watch TV freely. I'd check what they want to watch. I'd encourage them to watch religious channels. Or just spend quality time together instead of being glued in front of a TV. As for raising kids, personally, I would be a stay at home mom and not allow them to go to kindergarten, because I have worked there myself and seen what they brainwash kids with. For instance that girls and boys are the same (which I myself was taught and believed for a long time), homosexuality in books as something ok and natural etc. I would not want westerners to get to my kids minds and belief systems before me. Anyway, my point is that you can stay away from all of those haram things if you want to, even in fasadspreading places. Yes, it's more difficult. And if you have the option of moving to an even better and less fadadspreading country then of course that is better. In the end I believe that what is most important is to live by Islamic standards yourself and to have a good relationship with your kids. Coz then they'd want to be like you.
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  25. Speaking about institutionalized fasad/haram, this came out today:
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  26. salaam `alaykum, (حديث مرفوع) حَدَّثَنَا مُسَدَّدٌ ، قَالَ : حَدَّثَنَا عَبْدُ الْعَزِيزِ بْنُ مُخْتَارٍ ، قَالَ : حَدَّثَنَا خَالِدٌ الْحَذَّاءُ ، عَنْ عِكْرِمَةَ ، قَالَ لِي ابْنُ عَبَّاسٍ وَلِابْنِهِ عَلِيٍّ : انْطَلِقَا إِلَى أَبِي سَعِيدٍ فَاسْمَعَا مِنْ حَدِيثِهِ ، فَانْطَلَقْنَا فَإِذَا هُوَ فِي حَائِطٍ يُصْلِحُهُ فَأَخَذَ رِدَاءَهُ فَاحْتَبَى ، ثُمَّ أَنْشَأَ يُحَدِّثُنَا حَتَّى أَتَى ذِكْرُ بِنَاءِ الْمَسْجِدِ ، فَقَالَ : كُنَّا نَحْمِلُ لَبِنَةً لَبِنَةً ، وَعَمَّارٌ لَبِنَتَيْنِ لَبِنَتَيْنِ فرآه النَّبِيُّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ فَيَنْفُضُ التُّرَابَ عَنْهُ ، وَيَقُولُ : " وَيْحَ عَمَّارٍ تَقْتُلُهُ الْفِئَةُ الْبَاغِيَةُ ، يَدْعُوهُمْ إِلَى الْجَنَّةِ وَيَدْعُونَهُ إِلَى النَّارِ " ، قَالَ : يَقُولُ عَمَّارٌ : أَعُوذُ بِاللَّهِ مِنَ الْفِتَنِ . Ibn `Abbas said to me and to his son `Ali: Go to Abu Sa`eed and listen to what he narrates. So we went and found him at a wall fixing it. He then picked up his shawl, wore it, and sat down and started narrating until he mentioned the construction of the Mosque. So he said: We were carrying one adobe at a time while `Ammar was carrying two. The Prophet saw him and cleared the dust from him, and he said, "Woe for `Ammar, he will be killed by the rebellious group. He will be calling them to Paradise, and they will be calling him to the Fire." He said: `Ammar said: I seek refuge with Allah from the tribulations (fitan). `Ammar b. Yasir is a companion of the Holy Prophet that is revered by all Muslims. He was one of the early converts, whose parents became the first martyrs in Islam. It is famously said in the prophetic tradition above that `Ammar would be killed by a rebellious group (fi'atun al-baghiya) that would be calling him to the hellfire. Of course, `Ammar would later be killed at the battle of Siffin by Mu`awiya's troops, who were rising against the Caliph of their time, the Commander of the Faithful. Of course, the topic of Siffin has been discussed ad nauseam on these forums, and so it is not the focus of this thread. The focus is the theory of `adalat as-sahaba, which can roughly be translated as "The Uprightness of the Companions". This theory necessitates the truthfulness, trustworthiness, salvation, and righteousness of all of the Prophet's companions. This would mean that we would need to define a criteria for what a companion (sahabi) is. In Sunni thought, a companion is defined as anyone who was in the presence of the Prophet who believed in him and died upon that belief. This however is an unproven claim and it has a plethora of counter examples. Still, this theory is upheld and defended because it maximizes the amount of narrations that can be attributed to the Prophet and thereafter used in aqeeda, fiqh, tafsir, history, and eschatology. Several problems arise. What if the companions fight one another? What if the Prophet directly opposes a companion - is this companion still considered `aadil (just, good, upright, etc)? In the narration above, Abu'l Ghadiya Yasar b. Sab` al-Juhni, the narrator of hadith and murderer of `Ammar b. Yasir would definitely be a principal actor in this "rebellious group" "calling to the Fire". Abu'l Ghadiya was a companion of the Prophet according to theory of `adalat as-sahaba - meaning, he was upright, saved, and cannot possibly lie upon the Prophet , even if the Prophet called him a baghi from his own lips. (حديث مرفوع) حَدَّثَنَا عَفَّانُ ، قَالَ : حَدَّثَنَا حَمَّادُ بْنُ سَلَمَةَ ، قَالَ : أَخْبَرَنَا أَبُو حَفْصٍ ، وَكُلْثُومُ بْنُ جَبْرٍ ، عَنْ أَبِي غَادِيَةَ ، قَالَ : قُتِلَ عَمَّارُ بْنُ يَاسِرٍ فَأُخْبِرَ عَمْرُو بْنُ الْعَاصِ ، قَالَ : سَمِعْتُ رَسُولَ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ ، يَقُولُ : " إِنَّ قَاتِلَهُ وَسَالِبَهُ فِي النَّارِ " . فَقِيلَ لِعَمْرٍو : فَإِنَّكَ هُوَ ذَا تُقَاتِلُهُ ! قَالَ : إِنَّمَا قَالَ : قَاتِلَهُ وَسَالِبَهُ . Abi Ghadiya said: `Ammar b. Yasir was killed, so `Amr b. al-`As was informed and he said: I heard the Messenger of Allah say, "Verily, his killer and his detractor is in the Fire." So it was said to `Amr: You are the one who fought him! He said: [No] verily he said, 'his killer and his detractor'. In this narration, `Amr b. al-`As is exonerating himself from the murder of `Ammar b. Yasir (even though he was a perpetrator in the rebellion against `Ali) and applying this prophetic hadith on Abu Ghadiya. روى حماد بن سلمة عن كلثوم بن جبر عن أبي غادية قال سمعت عمارا يشتم عثمان فتوعدته بالقتل فرأيته يوم صفين يحمل على الناس فطعنته فقتلته وأخبر عمرو بن العاص فقال سمعت رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم يقول قاتل عمار وسالبه في النار Hammad b. Salama narrated from Kulthum b. Jabr from Abi Ghadiya. He said: I heard `Ammar insult `Uthman, so I promised to kill him. So I saw him on the day of Siffin, so I stabbed him and I killed him. So I informed `Amr b. al-`As and he said: I heard the Messenger of Allah say, "The killer and detractor of `Ammar is in the Fire." This report in Dhahabi's book recounts the killing of `Ammar, saying that the reason for it was `Ammar's cursing/insulting of the third Caliph. So, does the jarH of the Prophet not mean anything? Below is some statements by some of the most eminent Sunni rijal scholars who unanimously authenticated Abu Ghadiya on the basis of `adalat as-sahaba. أبو حاتم بن حبان البستي ذكره في الثقات وقال: له صحبة، وذكره مرة أخرى وقال: يروي المراسيل 2 ابن أبي حاتم الرازي سمع النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم 3 الدارقطني له صحبة 4 الذهبي صحابي، قاتل عمار بن ياسر 5 محمد بن إسماعيل البخاري سمع النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم 6 مسلم بن الحجاج النيسابوري له صحبة وقال الدوري عن بن معين أبو الغادية الجهني قاتل عمار له صحبة 1. Abu Hatim b. Hibban al-Busti mentioned him among the reliable narrators (thiqat) and said: He has companionship. And he mentioned him against and said: He narrates maraseel. 2. Ibn Abi Hatim ar-Razi: He heard the Prophet . 3. al-Darqatni: He has companionship. 4. Dhahabi: A companion, the killer of `Ammar b. Yasir. 5. Muhammad b. Isma`il al-Bukhari: He heard the Prophet . 6. Muslim b. al-Hajjaj an-Nishapuri: He has companionship. 7. Yahya b. Ma`een: Abu Ghadiya al-Juhni, the killer of `Ammar; he has companionship. The statement "he has companionship" (له صحبة) is a tawtheeq, but should it be? If Abu Ghadiya is a caller to hell, should we listen to him or pay any attention to him? His "`adaala" flies right in the face of both his actions and the Prophet's hadith, yet he is considered a just and trustworthy person by Sunni rijalists. On the other hand, these same rijalists weaken Shi`i narrators for belief in raj`a - a fairly inconsequential and trivial eschatological detail - just because of its Shii inclination. Likewise, should the rafd of certain narrators tantamount to their weakening, when it is clear that some sahaba did rafd of one another?
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  27. Etrat university. I have experience with them. I highly recommend
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  28. it started with good intention but distorted & derived to a complete chaos by anti regime groups specially Israel & great color revolution director George Soros to weaken even overthrown Iranian Regime by people from prediction of Imam Ali (as) said : امام علی علیه السلام: ألا و إن اکثر اشیاعه یومئذ ... اصحاب الطیالسة الخضر (بحارالانوار ، دوره ی 110 جلدی ، جلد 52 ، ص 194 یا 195 ، روایت 26) most of followers of.him (dajjal) inthat day.. ... they are people with green shawl (Bihar 'Al 'Anwar , 110 volumes ,v 52 p 194 or 195 narration 26) that Dajjal is highly menetions among shia scholars as media of Enemies of shia muslim https://dictionary.abadis.ir/fatofa/طیلسان/ http://dman.parsiblog.com/Posts/67/سبز+پوشان+همچنان+پيرو+دجالند+.../
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  29. Don’t give all the blame to sunni’s, and unity is impossible weather you like it or not. Obviously sistani is a momin since he is a Shi’a of ali. Sunni’s call us kaffur for a reason and a logical reason just how classic scholars called them kaffur with a logical reason. They support the enemies of ahlulbayt and Allah And we(shia) curse them whom they support.
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  30. Salam, Mut'ah is no doubt considered a taboo in our communities and homes. I feel that this negative attitude many people (even Shias) have when it comes to mut'ah is very unhelpful. We make it very hard for people who are genuine and wish to enter into a mut'ah contract. Why do we create this narrow-minded culture where it's just frowned upon? It's not upon us to judge anyone. We're also becoming very unrealistic with the solutions we offer as a community. Almost all Muslims I know are getting influenced by this 'dating culture' and it's not easy especially when the pressure from the West is growing. Muta'ah can be a potential solution. So yeah, I don't wanna talk much about the pros and cons, but wanted to send out a message - don't judge anyone for choosing the halal option.
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  31. We don’t curse the Sunni’s but we curse their caliphs in ziyarat part of it is to send Lanat on them. I personally don’t get angry at Sunni’s but if they wanted to talk about the split up I can show them clear proofs from their books that Shi’a Islam is on true path and expose Umar, Abu baker and Othman. i’ve had debates before and they all turned away in arrogance and tried to give them the benefit of doubt after showing them clear proof. Many people don’t want to let go of falsehood because their comfortable with it.
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  32. It's also a matter of a female's sense of dignity and selfworth. You can be certain that you are very attractive and have loads of suitors desperate to marry you yet still feel very uneasy being treated like cattle. I think it's a matter of self respect. At the same time there are females who aren't particularly attractive at all yet they are willing to show everything to anyone.
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  33. And Iam not denying it. Of course it plays a role. But I think we shouldn’t demand if it they don’t think it’s comfortable. I feel it’s already nice(or a privileged position) becuase you’re serious you can actually look at her now. Because it’s advised to not look at women in general. Because of the prospects of marriage and if you’re serious, you can do all the googly eyes you want lol
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  34. [edit] anyway, if you want a spouse it’s all relative to you and your tastes. Some people intelligence is enough of a beautifier, and can make even the most unattractive the most attractive. Physical beauty is temporary and serves a very material purpose, no doubt intelligence and spirituality can enhance physical beauty in the eyes of the SO for me personally judging physical appearance like that seems very icky and make reflect wrongly on my part to be like that. If I like and Iam serious then will physical beauty be a dealbreaker? Despite making me feel a certain way? And it’s not like the woman is completely a mystery to you lol you know how her face looks like and a general idea of her physical attributes(height, voice(very important i think anyhow, smile, fashion sense, size of hands...there’s a lot you get to see) ...truly Allah is merciful Haha on a serious note what if you spent all the time worrying about her beauty while neglecting to see her possible bad qualities. Which may in the long run overtake her beauty lol I find Some men can be really shortsighted and narrow minded on this bruh...I guess the old adage is true boys will be boys lol
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  35. Salam, oh my Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى I feel so disgusted and shameful just by watching those videos especially the last part of last video. But they had no shame and dignity making a lie about me, God for bid did they think or saying something similar about me or they use Islamic historical events to justify a little different lies, what is the difference I feel like the sooner I go to the next world the better for me because of the lies and false information they have spread about me but now because of my unborn baby I can't even pray for that either. I hope they do not take my writing out of context or take it in the wrong way.
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  36. Q: What is your opinion about listening to children’s songs? Are the children allowed to sing for their homeland, parents, etc. while using singing equipments?A: Listening to ghinā’ is impermissible no matter whether it is sung by children. Also, the parents should not provide their children with musical instruments to be used in songs even though children are not bound to religious duties. http://leader.ir/en/book/28/Newly-Asked-Questions?sn=13403
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  37. There is nothing more important than peace of mind. She won't be able to have a successful career while dealing with abuse. Even if she earns money, all her money will go to her husband. The condition by her parents already suggests that they are on her husband's side. This is another tactic used by abusers, they isolate their victims. If she moves to another city, it's still scary because her husband is not the only toxic person in the city. She could meet a toxic roommate who could treat her exactly like her husband. I will say if she doesn't have any big problems in her parents' house, she should look for ways to earn money in her own village. She can increase her education. Which country does she live in? She can do something about her career later but marriage is really a trap. It's so so difficult to get out of this trap. It's very difficult to get a divorce, the universe really works against you when you try to get a divorce but in the end, your freedom and peace of mind is the reward you get. A great job is not the right price for ruining your life with an abuser.
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  38. Apple over orange. That said, we have been told that fruit juices are great for your health and that we should make them part of our daily diet. That is a consummate lie. Juicing is not the optimal way of consuming fruits. Eat your fruit, do not drink your fruit. You can drink only in small quantities and only unsweetened fresh juice, which is never filling. Juice that comes out of colourful packaging is pure poison regardless of what it says on the label. It's been half a year I have completely given up on juices.
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  39. If you must stop then stop because your religion tells you that you should - not for fake garbage reasons like this! At least that way you're not fooling yourself
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  40. notme

    Racism

    I find racism, along with all other forms of arrogance and oppression, sickening. While visiting my family, a family member made a disparaging comment about Puerto Rico. I responded by looking at him with a confused face and replying, "I don't know. I've never been there." I knew perfectly well he had never been to Puerto Rico either. It worked to silence him at least, though I doubt it changed his thinking.
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  41. Ashvazdanghe

    Yemen

    Salam making dua & praying for them from our deepest part of our heart helps them more than giving money specially from you that you concerns heavily about them it's a call between Iranians that recite Dua Jawshan Sagheer for their sake like as it helped Hizbullah against Israel in 33 day war http://en.abna24.com/news//un-calls-for-removal-of-Saudi-blockade-on-yemen_919646.html
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  42. Siblings? I think you mom is afraid. People speak from their experience and I don't know what happened between your mom and dad, but i think she is just afraid that you don't face the same things like she did. So if you like someone you should talk to your mom and let her know that you will be fine. Insha'Allah.
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  43. Sister only Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى knows. Sabr (patience) is essential in this matter, and we can only ask Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى mercy in every trial we observe. Alhamdulillah that you continue your prayers, May Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى bless you for it.
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  44. Hassan-

    prostration on clay

    @Talut we do our best to follow the sunnah of the prophet. If the prophet only prayed on clay than that is what we shall do.
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  45. Hassan-

    prostration on clay

    lol @onereligion everything you just said was already explained to you, but now I realize I'm just wasting my time here and for that I will leave you with this quote from Imam Ali (as) the first successor of the Prophet "The moment you start arguing with an ignorant fool, you have already lost."
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  46. well, the UN and the WTO don't want Iran to be Islamic to start with .. has little to do with 20% nuclear issue .. countries who are guilty of many more crimes than fallible human iranians don't have sanctions on them . that should prove it .. that includes countries that have nukes .. didn't sign the NPT .. and massacre their minorities .. .. also countries that execute people for no crimes .. and promote criminals .. so your argument isn't convincing man also, tourism is kind of hard to maintain when there are super-powers threatening to bomb you pretty much every day .. also UN doesn't put sanctions on countries that invade other countries for years and kill innocent civilians and destroy infrastructure .. and arrest lots of people and execute them for no reason .. and don't promote tourism for them either .. so the whole situation is like a joke .. how can a UN or WTO be trusted in such situations ?? isn't that double- standards and hypocrisy? alhamduliLah for Sayid Khamenei :)
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