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  1. 3 points
    No, you can't remove a vaccine from your blood, but go ahead and eat lots of garlic. There is no harm in it, and maybe some good. Garlic has many vitamins and supposedly is helpful in fighting off sicknesses.
  2. 3 points
    Murtaza1

    What should i do?

    I totally agree with you. I know sisters that are strong as a rock. When their husbands cheat on them they throw them out with a divorce even if they have children. They raise their children on their own. On their own but still longing with an intense feeling for love, care and support they don't forget to smile. It shows power and courage. I applaud them. That's what makes their personality sweet. One sister told me she got Khula, a form of islamic divorce initiated by the wife, which is effected by the return of her husbands wedding gift.
  3. 3 points
    rkazmi33

    What should i do?

    Your post shows everything wrong with men raised in east. Your poor wife fullfills all her duties, she even raised 2 kids, still you want her to silently tolerate your abuse and not say a word? I am sure yiu have the support of your wife's family, your family, you even got support from a scholar, still that's not enough for you? You need support from people on the internet? You are spoiled and entitled, whatever your wife does to please you, it's never going to be enough. Your kids are alive and they have all their body parts? Well your wife has done her job. You shouldn't expect anything more from her. I am so sad after reading that scholar was harsh with her. Backward eastern culture doesn't support women, their own parents don't support them, they only had one hope: religion. Now the fake scholars are even taking away that hope. Your wife is an angel, she should have gotten divorce from you. I honestly don't understand what problem you have with your wife other than she doesn't satisfy your ego.
  4. 3 points
    For the love of God, can we stop mixing religion with traditions & culture?
  5. 3 points
    Irfani313

    Sheikh Yasser Awde

    How are you compelled by his ideas if “most of his videos are in Arabic”, and apparently you can’t understand them? Just trying to understand from the two of you, what’s so unique about Yasser Awde?
  6. 3 points
    Nevsevug

    What should i do?

    Being raised in different countries often means you’re from very different cultures. For example, a woman raised in the West will have different ideals than a woman(or man) raised in the East. If you are from the East v West it’s obvious you have very different upbringings and cultures. Counseling will greatly help facilitate a healthy way to communicate, so I would try that before anything else. You have to understand how to effectively and respectfully communicate with one another. This is the biggest reason people have problems in their marriages. As other members have mentioned, you can also have a sit down with your wife. Be open and willing to be vulnerable and accept your shortcomings. Be honest with one another. Explain what problems you’re having with her behavior and tell her what you would like to see change. Do not speak defensively or in an accusatory manner. Let her do the same with you. You should understand that you are on the same team, you aren’t working against each other.
  7. 3 points
    starlight

    What should i do?

    See a marriage counsellor instead of a sheikh. Telling you from experience, sadly most of our sayyeds and sheikhs have zero training to deal with marital issues. The only thing they are good at is parroting fatwas and only tend to make things worse. From what I understand from your post, your marriage is very much salvageable. Please don't let a sheykh ruin it.
  8. 2 points
    Salam Alaikum everyone! I have a question and I hope I can get great answers. I am supposed to be getting my shots in a couple of days. Here is the issue, I am 110 percent against it. I have no other choice but to get it or else I would be kicked out of my studies. I spoke up about it and I knew from there that I had no one to back me up. I have no other choice but to take them. I have heard that you can cleanse your bloodstream from the vaccinations. Sadly, from what I have heard, there are some that can’t be removed. I want to know any treatments that can be done right after I have taken them. There are 2 that I know of. One of them is the hijama (I think that’s how you spell it) which sucks out any bad blood. The other one is eating a lot of garlic. Garlic is known to clean the system. I was hoping that there is someone out there who believes in what I believe and who can help me out. Maybe someone would know an ancient old remedy that works wonders. Thank you
  9. 2 points
    Haji 2003

    W.I.M. wimmin

    W.I.M stands for 'woe is me". We get new threads on Shiachat started by new posters who typically relate some domestic issue where a woman has been badly treated by either the father or the husband and occasionally some other male. The story, since these posts are typically reasonably long, has a fair amount of detail and explanation and has clearly been written by someone with a reasonably good command of the English language. We are not talking about someone who has secretly grabbed access to the village computer in some remote part of a developing country. Not unreasonably the post elicits uncritical sympathy from most Shiachatters. After all, if you saw Bambi's mother wounded in the forest would you not do all you could to support her and criticise the hunter in the process? Given the patriarchal nature of Muslim societies, the collateral damage is, of course, the implicit criticism of such societies, their institutions, cultural norms and so on. So for example, if someone has been taken advantage of through the use of mutah, then invariably there will be concerns directed at the practice and the people who engage in it. And to my mind, that is the objective of these threads. The following are the reasons why I usually have grave reservations about their authenticity: The person writing them is articulate and educated. They know how to construct a narrative that works. This is not an easy skill to acquire. Their spelling and sentence construction are always good. This matters because such education does not exist in a vacuum. Anyone who is educated to this level has a knowledge of their environment and you'd expect the support systems where they could get help (if that is what they wanted). The poster typically writes about a situation where they were taken advantage of, sometimes as a result of their lack of knowledge e.g. the terms of mutah. Now that situation would be entirely reasonable if the person was writing about a situation pre-internet. However, if they are writing about any event within the last 5-10 years the question which arises is that any google search of various Islamic issues throws up results that include Shiachat discussions. We are therefore being led to believe that the first time this person heard of Shiachat is when the situation imploded and not beforehand. Allied to this point the question why someone would turn to anonymous, generally unqualified strangers for help when it would make more sense to approach organisations and institutions they were familiar with and which would both offer an independent and trustworthy point of view. If someone can find shiachat on google they can find such resources. There are often references to the poster's fragile state of mind, which in my opinion is simply there to head off any uncritical assessment. In developed countries the first person anyone would go to in a fragile state of mind would be there local G.P. (doctor) and they would refer the person to appropriate sources of help. Such stories are always about 'relationships'. The topic is sexy and everyone has an unqualified opinion. We don't get similar posts about any other aspect of human activity. We don't get anonymous new posters writing in detail about the challenges they face in terms of choosing between medicine or engineering, for example. The question then is what motivates such posters? In my opinion, it is to attack Islamic and Shia institutions and practices, it is to sow discord amongst board members and certainly it is to provide ammunition for those board members who have an anti-Islamic agenda and who can use these stories as the basis for attacking people with a more orthodox mindset. You may well ask what would qualify such threads as being genuine. I'd expect a genuine poster to leave out the 'gory' details. After all, that is for the benefit of feeding the bun fight that is supposed to follow. I would expect a genuine person to explain in very general terms the situation that they are facing and then to ask posters if they are familiar with any sources of support in a particular country or region (this assume that they can't find such resources themselves). At a push, I would say that a new poster could say that they wanted to speak to someone qualified and whether board members or moderators could point them in the right direction.
  10. 2 points
    Salam, There are 4 stages of understanding the Quran. (1) You literally just read the script, and that's where it all ends. People at this stage just carry the Quran like donkeys who carry weight from one destination to another. (2) You understand the meaning of the verses. If you open up the Quran, it's not that difficult to understand the context of the verses and learn something new. Non-Muslims can also understand the meaning of the Quran. (3) You reflect and contemplate while reciting the verses of the Quran. Whenever you recite a verse, you're critical of your own life. You ask yourself "how does Surah Tawhid relate to my own life?", "Do I really believe that there is one God". (4) Implementation stage. At this stage you apply the verses of the Quran and aim to transform your life. It's truly depressing if we're stuck at the first stage. Let's all try to reach stage 4, otherwise you'll be one of those people who Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) complained about.
  11. 2 points
    notme

    Thoughts 2019

    I'm not sure how I feel about Facebook reminding me of the birthdays of my deceased friends and relatives. On one hand, it's good to periodically think of them and a little reminder doesn't hurt. On the other hand, it doesn't seem a celebratory occasion anymore.
  12. 2 points
    starlight

    What should i do?

    If Hijab was such an issue with the guy he would should not have married a non hijabi. This isn't a make or break factor in marriage. A generation back there weren't even any islamic schools and almost everyone living in the west sent their kids to regular schools and gave them religious education at home. They are her kids too, she should also have a say in their upbringing.
  13. 2 points
    Sirius_Bright

    Sheikh Yasser Awde

    'Scholars' like this try to deviate people from mainstream shia beliefs which are established by Quran and Ahadith and confirmed by our classical scholars. They get support from people like OP who always look where they can criticize existing shia beliefs and bring them down to the level of other sects. These kind of attempt is either crave for unity or employed by enemies of Islam to disunite shias.
  14. 2 points
    Reza

    Regarding Immunization and TB Shots

    Yes, you are getting off topic. You can talk about other issues elsewhere. Btw the issues with pollution and cancer are caused by more people living longer and a higher population, because of medical advancement. Cancer is increasing because people are living longer, so they are getting that instead of dying off earlier by an infectious disease (which vaccines have been preventing). Yes, destruction of the environment is concerning, and science is trying to address these issues too (although ethics and morality are also a factor). Bottom line: denying vaccines is the same as being a flat earther. Be a responsible Muslim and listen to the science God has allowed us to discover.
  15. 2 points
    Qa'im

    Conversion to Shi'ism

    I plead everyone to stick to his questions and stop these tangents and side debates. Start another thread if you need to. Any more counterproductive posts will receive a warning.
  16. 2 points
    Reza

    Regarding Immunization and TB Shots

    You ever hear of the famous “tie your camel story”? And it’s not a “random scientist”, it’s extensive work by an entire community of people and institutions, including Muslims. Muslims promote science. Or do you want us to return to the days of the Black Plague?
  17. 2 points
    Reza

    Regarding Immunization and TB Shots

    I’m not talking when somebody is dying, I’m saying as prevention, not only are vaccines permissible, it’s everybody’s duty to do it - for your health and those around you. No excuses at all. This is dangerous and deceptive. Firstly, you can’t “clear your blood” unless you use special blood filtering machines, which are needed for actual patients who have excess disease causing antibodies, sickle cells in blood, etc. No “natural cure” will help. More importantly, getting a vaccine, being labeled as vaccinated, then trying to remove it is deceptive and irresponsible. As well as dangerous. If you want to just harm yourself, that’s one thing. But unvaccinated people risk spreading disease to others. If everyone is vaccinated, disease cannot spread, and there’s herd immunity.
  18. 2 points
    halal haram yes... when somenone is dying....that is a cure...its okay...........but prevention...is may r may not be afflicted......so.........
  19. 2 points
    Ashvazdanghe

    Sheikh Yasser Awde

    Also 3 ,6 ,9,12,14,16 ,20 , 22 23 ,25 His belief Is not reform ,he just tries to weaken shia belief to satisfy wahhabists in name of unity he has ideas like as Waqifis that rejected imam Jawad (as) as divinr imam & wanted to appoint their desired one but people like him are trying to revive their distorted idea again his next step will be denying wilayat of any Imam to satisfy enemies of Shia Islam He is just modifying saying of Wahabists to adopt their brief to Shia islam
  20. 2 points
    "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal." - From a headstone (tombstone or gravestone) in Ireland.
  21. 2 points
    Jahangiram

    Showing body parts after proposal

    I read your piece on Iqraonline and it was very informative, and it also sounds much more sensible than asking her to strip in her father's house when preparing to propose. I only have two questions: 1. Since a woman (especially in the early period of Islam) could very well be a non-Muslim or someone with any personality trait you wouldn't want to be exposed to for the rest of your life, would an 'intent to marry' connotate awareness of a woman's religious affiliation and other desirable traits? It would seem so given the emphasis on prioritizing akhlaq/deen over beauty in the hadith literature, but im not entirely sure. 2. For those who decide to send a woman to inspect the features of a potential wife, would this very limited inspection exclude the hair, neck and legs (besides the awrah that she is obliged to conceal in front of other females either way)? I ask because you said it isn't meant to be a detailed inspection and the hadith only mentions the ankles and odour as things to be inspected. The Nabi is the examplar for all muslims afterall.
  22. 2 points
    Main problem with some vaccines is they r made of haram things so only they r stopped...better to know how they r made...also pl shed some light on prevention and cure...
  23. 2 points
    Gaius I. Caesar

    silent pain

    Silent pain- is the petrichor after the rain The sky's clear ichor, it threatens to stain Them walls and cobblestones The hadiths say when it rains, we shall then atone Among the malls and hardware stores As the cold seeps into our bones Hissing our names
  24. 2 points
    Nevsevug

    Marriage Help

    Like I previously mentioned, cut out all the things that are making you relentlessly think lustful thoughts. A lot of the time they arise as a result of the things we watch, read, interact with. Completely cut out watching shows and movies that have a lot of sexual things in them. Cut out social media that makes your mind wander. Exercise and eat foods that lower libido. Try not to have a lot of free time, avoid being alone. Use your free time to do something productive or at least fun for you. There are also ways to block pornography on your phone/computer. Don’t just go straight to the marriage route. Try your best to control your nafs.
  25. 2 points
    Sometimes the "good" is actually really bad for them. Allah is extending their leash.
  26. 2 points
    AMR5

    What should i do?

    Your spouse seems to be suffering from haughtiness issues. I think you should talk to her to show respect in words by using simple methods like speaking softly, lovingly, with patience. I’m sure she respects you in her heart and it’s just the language and cultural differences between the two of you. Also as a side exercise, ask her what two things that you could that would help her change her behavior. Then do those two things and let her reciprocate.
  27. 2 points
    Irfani313

    Sheikh Yasser Awde

    Would you kindly list at least three things where Shia ‘faith’ needs reform? Also what’s so particularly wrong with majority Shias of Lebanon?
  28. 2 points
    Ralvi

    Conversion to Shi'ism

    Exactly
  29. 2 points
    Usually free will. If I'm mugged while walking down the sidewalk, that's because that thief was as entitled to free will as I am, regardless of whether I'm "good" or "bad". It wasn't my choice, it was someone else's. Sometimes it's a test. Sometimes it's a natural consequence of our own choices.
  30. 2 points
    Qa'im

    Conversion to Shi'ism

    Addressing your first point: you did not like the way Christians would teach you about Jesus, and so you became an atheist. Pardon my questioning but is that logical and rational? The Catholic Church is an institution consisting of billions of imperfect people. Theoretically, what if Catholicism was correct but the people were wrong? A religion should be judged by its doctrine rather than the people (with exception to popes). Even if Catholicism were wrong, what about Christianity - and then, if Christianity is wrong, is it possible that God still exists? Of course it is. Similarly you seem to put a lot of attention on groups: Catholics, whites, Arabs, Zanj, etc. How logical is it to generalize the way that you do? I understand that we need to understand cultures and trends, but exceptions should always be noted. One logical proof for the necessity of God is the kalaam-cosmological argument. Existence consists of two beings: contingent and necessary. Contingent is something whose existence depends on something else. For example, I am contingent, because my existence depends on my parents marrying. This Earth is contingent, because it depends on the Sun and matter. A necessary being is that which has an independent existence, and does not rely on / come from anything else. Logically, you cannot have an endless chain of contingent things. There has to be a necessary thing at the end. Even if this universe came from another universe, there cannot be an endless chain of universes, because each would have their beginning and their composite materials. The First Cause, the First Mover, or the Ground of All Being has to be a necessary thing that is completely independent, and have no beginning. Now you may say, what if the necessary being was just an inanimate process? How do we know that it is a God with a will? The answer: if that necessary being had no will, then nothing would have happened. Before the universe, there would have to be two types of existence: (1) the necessary being by itself, and (2) the necessary being with contingent being(s). To get from 1 to 2, the necessary being needs to decide that, otherwise it would stay alone for the rest of eternity. And if it decided to create a contingent universe, then there must be a purpose to that universe. So here we are, the only intelligent species on this planet and in the known universe. Is it a coincidence that you were born intelligent out of billions of species? Is it a coincidence that this planet has just the right conditions for us to exist, and that a meteor has not wiped us all out in our infancy stages as a species? If it is a coincidence, and there is no God, then we would have no purpose. There would be no objective morality either, because we'd all just be colliding molecules with no intrinsic meaning. As for slavery, you say you reject it because it is illogical. As you may know, slavery was the primary economic system in many civilizations for many centuries. Aristotle certainly thought slavery was logical. When we think of slavery, we tend to think of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, which black people have yet to recover fully from. But most Islamic caliphs were in fact sons of slaves. Discrimination against ex-slaves is still prominent in America, but discrimination against ex-slaves is very rare in the Islamic word. My great great grandfather may have been a slave and I would never know it. It was not primarily a racial classification, as many slaves in the Muslim world were from eastern Europe and the Berbers (who are basically white). Abolishing slavery completely was simply not feasible. However freeing a slave was considered a good deed, and turning your slave into an indentured servant was recommended (mukataba, 24:33), and freeing a slave was an atonement for certain sins (thihar, breaking an oath, etc.) There is a narration which implies that Allah dislikes slavery ("Surely, Gabriel came to me and said, 'O Muhammad! Surely, the most evil of your Umma are those who sell people." إنه أتاني جبرئيل فقال : يا محمد إن شرار اُمّتك الذين يبيعون الناس ). It goes without saying that even our modern "enlightened" economic system relies on the labour and exploitation of disadvantaged people. Hundreds of millions of people today, including many children, are doing hard labour for pennies, just so that the first world can maintain its lifestyle. At least slave owners had to pay for the food and shelter of their slaves, and some (like the Janissaries) were given a salary. Even if you consider all slavery to be fundamentally immoral, regardless of its economic or cultural nuances, an atheist would say that the slavers all "got away" with their crime. While we believe that those who mistreated their slaves will be held accountable on the Day of Judgment. Without God, the most logical way to live your life is to seek pleasure and take advantage of everyone. There would be no reason to be altruistic or sacrifice anything. As for skipping information on the 12 Imams: everything about Shiism emanates from the Prophet Muhammad (s), Fatima, and the 12 Imams. Even many of our logical arguments come from them. When you say that the only thing that is perfect in this world is science, please consider that philosophy is the basis of science. There would be no science without the law of non-contradiction and the principle of cause and affect. Also consider that science largely operates on the 5 senses. But questions on ethics and metaphysics cannot be answered through the senses. Science is also always at the drawing board, because new research always contradicts old research, and very little is set in stone. We still don't know for sure if eating eggs everyday is healthy for us (for example), partly because correlative studies are not indubitable, and cannot take all variables into consideration.
  31. 2 points
    BowTie

    What should i do?

    Being from the same country but raised in different countries means different culture and different backgrounds. Sayyeds don't solve problems man. You have a problem with your wife, sit with her, and see how you would work it out with her. Sayyeds can barely solve their own problems. They're humans like us. On the contrary, maybe she's unhappy scholars are being involved
  32. 2 points
    Asghar Ali Karbalai

    Missing members

    Even though it is just a forum yet for some it is like a family and that is why they care about members. Though Hassan spoke badly with me on this forum yet I am talking on behalf of those who consider shiachat as a family, like @Laayla @Carlzone @notme @Salsabeel @Ashvazdanghe @ali_fatheroforphans @Ruqaya101 @3wliya_maryam @skyweb1987 @Ralvi @AStruggler @IbnSina @Khadim uz Zahra @Sumerian @2Timeless @Lion of Shia @starlight @Sirius_Bright these people are the charm of shiachat and apologise to those whom I have not or forgotten to tag. and sisterfatima you are also a charm to this forum.
  33. 2 points
    Son of Placid

    Thoughts 2019

    Not off to a good start here. New years day I spoke to my son. He's in hospital, terminal cancer, won't make his 38th birthday. Flying across the country, will see him Friday. They are keeping him until I get there, then moving him to palliative care.
  34. 2 points
    This is cultural. When someone in your family dies, you honor and respect them by mourning, which means men don't cut their beards and women don't pluck their eyebrows or color their hair. It depends on your family how long the mourning period is maintained.
  35. 1 point
    Nevsevug

    Thoughts 2019

    According to a reliable tradition from Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.), cutting the nails on Friday keeps one safe from the disease of dandruff, leprosy and blindness. Even if there is no need to cut one's nails, one should cut them a little that a few of their particles may fall off. Another tradition states that cutting of nails and the ends of the moustache on every Friday, and also washing hair with khatimi leaves increases one's income. Another tradition states that people told the Imam (a.s.) that they have heard that dua and namaz (taqeebat) after the morning prayers until the sun rises, is better than hunting for one's daily wages from one city to another. The Imam (a.s.) asked whether he could show something which was more satisfactory from the point of view of daily income. When the people replied in the affirmative, the Imam (a.s.) said that one should cut one's nails and sideburns every Friday and even if the nails are not big enough to be cut, one should rub them a little on every Friday. According to a tradition, a person who cuts his nails on a Thursday should start from his left hand and end on the little finger of his right hand. Another tradition states that when a person cuts all his nails except one on a Thursday and takes that one off on a Friday, then God will dissolve all his worries. According to a reliable tradition from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.), a person who cuts his nails on a Friday, God takes away all pains from his http://www.shiavault.com/books/tahzeeb-ul-islam-islamic-ettiquettes/chapters/3-etiquette-of-cleaning-teeth-combing-cutting-nails-shaving-head — I think it’s Silat ur Rahim: Imam Baqir (A) said: “Establishing the bonds of kinship freshens the soul and increases the sustenance.”
  36. 1 point
    Reza

    Regarding Immunization and TB Shots

    Dude, a third of the population of Europe died because of the Black Plague. Untold people have died by preventible disease. It’s a quantity issue. People then died and today they live.
  37. 1 point
    Ralvi

    Regarding Immunization and TB Shots

    Please don’t tell me you’re antivaxx? why? these vaccines are important, tetanus can be contracted out of nowhere, and the shot helps to prevent that these are viable means of prevention. Religion is not anti science and anti progressiveness. Religion in fact pushes for it. Some of these shots help to also find out if you produce the antibodies, some do and some don’t. So it’s Also good because it tells you what you can be at risk for. For example there are some who don’t produce the antibodies for measles, so they are at risk for it, you would not have known that if you weren’t admisntered the shot etc etc
  38. 1 point
    Irfani313

    Sheikh Yasser Awde

    Nothing new here. I can see him pretty soon (in a few years till he gathers a few more willful liberals) either attacking Sistani or Khamenei. It’s the same old wine (of Yasser Habib, Tawhidi and other ‘paid members’) presented in the new bottle. https://sites.google.com/view/islamicresearch/aqaid/opinion-of-shaykh-yasser-awde I guess my question should have been, “who is paying him?” Because after all one of his gripe is against Khums.
  39. 1 point
    Irfani313

    Sheikh Yasser Awde

    If this is so, shouldn’t it be easier to list at least three? I’m from Mars brother for all that matters, what I care to know is what’s so wrong with the majority of the Shias of Lebanon?
  40. 1 point
    Ralvi

    Missing members

    Brother you are too :-)
  41. 1 point
    Assalam Alikum Brother How are you? Are you okay? How is your health? I hope you are just busy and there are no problems with you. God bless you
  42. 1 point
    I never said that shiism would not exist without Iran. I said that shiism and shias in general would live in a worst living condition without Islamic Republic.
  43. 1 point
    The question here is if it's something I don't tell people mostly then why would I do it now. There must be a reason why I don't share it with people.
  44. 1 point
    “O Allah, what did he find, he who lost You? And what did he lose, he who found You? Truly he has failed who is contented with other than You.”
  45. 1 point
    rkazmi33

    Why women should not wear makeup

    Unrealistic rhetoric. I had make up done by professionals few times in my life and I will say this: I looked gorgeous, stunning, much better than what I look like in real life. Then all the jealous people started saying stuff like "they make brides look so different than what they look like in real life". These people are THE most racist people I have ever seen, but in my case, they suddenly became proud of brown skin. "They make everyone look so white, we should be proud of our brown skin and natural complexion". I am a firm believer that make up can make any woman look beautiful and every woman has the right to feel beautiful. If she has the resources, she should use those resources. Perhaps people with good skin don't like the fact that anyone can look beautiful, and they get jealous when average looking women manage to look beautiful.
  46. 1 point
    rkazmi33

    Why women should not wear makeup

    I think it's more oppressive to expect women to have perfect skin 24/7 instead of applying make up to look presentable for few hours. Having a perfect skin is not easy and avoiding wrinkles is not easy, it requires a lot of time and effort, much more than time required to do make up. It's not fair to expect regular women to look like models because models can spend a lot of time and money on skin care. They get paid to have perfect skin, ordinary women don't get paid. Telling women to ditch makeup and to have perfect skin is not a feminist thing: it's actually for those husbands who want their wives looking perfect all the time. They want a wife looking like a model but they don't have the money required to spend on a model. So now it's the wife's obligation to turn their fantasy into a reality.
  47. 1 point
    Christianity is a very nice religion, I love the teachings of Jesus Christ and try to follow it. But I think the bible has been changed since it took 1000 years to complete.so I love Quran and the teachings of holy prophet pbuh and imams as.they are enough for me.
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