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  1. Wow your best friend is trash. He basically used her and her family as a stepping stone to get benefits. He’s a male version of a gold digger.
    5 points
  2. Salams, I've given you a link to al-Dhari'ah, you can read Agha Buzurg's explanation of all of the following there. Additionally just because Mirza Nuri (ar) said the sanad is sahih it doesn't mean we can actually have itminan that this is from the Imam, there are two remaining issues that go unaddressed which were brought up by his student student, Agha Buzurg, who was an expert when it came to manuscripts and subjects in the study of bibliography and whose points haven't been dismissed just because his teacher with a very long title said the ahadith were sahih. Additionally, Mirza Nuri is known to have quoted sources in Mustadrak al-Wasa'il which Ulama do not depend on, like Fiqh al-Ridha. The authorship debate of the book still stands and even if that is resolved then the other works of Muqaddis Ardabili as it seems promoted wahdatu l-wujud in his other works. Agha Buzurg additionally concludes that these traditions were appended to the book after its initial authorship, that the text is muharraf. And were we to determine which belief Muqaddis Ardabili actually ended up holding, we'd need to see which of his books were written when chronologically and with this book we run into that problem of authorship once again which likely makes it difficult for us to figure out when it was written. I think you've completely misunderstood the point of saying Muqaddis Ardabili believed in wahdatu l-wujud as well, it isn't to drop the names of major scholars who believed in it, somehow making it correct -- as you seem to be doing in the opposite direction to prove this stance wrong (and I hope you really do get to read those Indian scholars you quoted whose significance is much greater than a screenshot for a shiachat thread). I'm also not sure where you got that I've spent time in Qom, I haven't been east of London since I was five, let alone having had the tawfiq to preform ziyarah, let alone having gone for studies anywhere. In the way you did, yes, entirely. It was non-serious and immature, and doing it to condemn theologians and philosophers much greater than yourself, who had a familiarity with hadith, to hell is perhaps the most obnoxious thing I've seen in a very long time. There is no consideration at all for the hadith, whether its authenticity or its meaning, and such a hasty desire to condemn those whom you had disagreed with. So yes, this thread and your posts elsewhere have truly been some of the least serious treatments I've ever seen on these topics. Have a care, please.
    4 points
  3. This idea that religion came after the start of civilization is simply wrongheaded. The inception of civilization was in fact the result of a revelation. The inspection of language, culture, and art had its origin in a particular revelation. The Qur'an clearly states that every people had a messenger or Prophet.
    4 points
  4. Haji 2003

    Namaz - e - Wahshat

    Please update this thread with: the name of any Marhoomeen (and their father's name) for whom these prayers can be recited. the day/time/timezone of burial (so people in other timezones know when to pray) http://www.duas.org/wahshat.htm
    3 points
  5. 3 points
  6. Salams, This tradition, and indeed the other traditions within Hadiqa, are problematic, as are the other ahadith quoted from without this work regarding the Sufis. There are two problems to note, one is that the authorship of Hadiqa is in dispute and Ardabili is whom we ascribe it to, but secondly this wouldn't make sense as Ardabili has held beliefs like Wahdatu l-Wujud, even if this book were by Muqaddis Ardabili, the ahadith would've been appended afterwards. Please refer to al-Dhari'ah v.6 pp.386-7 where Agha Buzurg explains these problems. The critique you provide of wahdatu l-wujud is, frankly, one of the least serious ones I think I've ever read. I don't actually hold an opinion one way or the other on the topic as I haven't seriously considered the metaphysical positions of asalat al-wujud and asalat al-mahiyya which would be the preliminaries to this discussion from which one would be led to or away from this position (which has also appeared in a variety of iterations, all reduced by you above into a single formulation deemed rather hastily and ignorantly as kufr) as well as other fundamental topics to be considered before I were to even dream of making such a judgement. I also don't have the inclination to seriously discuss with you something you've already made your mind up is false and so immaturely at that. But I am curious about the following: Did you mean to say that this is sophistry and just misspoke, and if that then I'd need to ask which of their arguments you've read of those who hold this position to dismiss them with such certainty and whether you've actually read their explanation for verses like the one you've quoted? Or did you really mean to say that this position is like Sophism with a capital sigma, that is to say the pre-Socratic movement? You've left me quite curious. wassalam
    3 points
  7. It's honestly sad to see so many of these threads nowadays like what is happening to this society I'm just going to say it right there; men are selfish, evil and arrogant creatures who only like to boost their egos. I don't get why some men are sensitive about womens' past. The past is in the past, done and dusted, and there's nothing to do in order to reverse and change it. The fact that he's angry because she only had one relationship a long time ago and as revenge he decides to go and fancy another woman; it just shows how immature he is. Shame on him for treating her that way after everything her and her family sacrificed for him. Oh shut the hell up. What is he a mufti. Men suddenly have free will now, they can do whatever they want. Just bc Islam permits them to marry more than one wife gives them the validation to go and fancy any woman they want. no offence to the male users here but stuff like this gets to me. No woman ever deserves to go through something like this, and I hope that he gets his own taste of medicine If you want my advice, she should end things with him. I don't believe in the whole reconciliation thing, because like you said he's already found another woman and now wants to marry her. What will happen after she begs for his forgiveness? What if he still chooses to marry her, do you think your cousin would want him to have a second wife? And she shouldn't even apologise to him, if he can't accept her past and for who she was, then he's a piece of trash. Marriage is about understanding eachother's flaws, accepting them and assisting them into becoming better individuals. She needs to end it with him asap, she doesn't deserve him at all. Reconciliation will not make things any better imo. I hope things work out for her and Insha Allah she gets through this with ease. fee amanillah
    3 points
  8. Inna lillahi wa Inna elaihi rajioon Syed Asghar Ali Jaffrey S/O Syed Khadim Hussain Jaffrey, Cousin Syed Baqar Ali Jaffrey. He had an accident two days ago. He has passed away and was buried in Pakistan today. Request for fatiha and namaz e wahshat.
    3 points
  9. I was really skinny when my husband met me in person for the first time. (Skin and bones.) (My husband likes slim to medium women with curves.) As luck would have it, my thyroid went out of wack and I gained 35 pounds. My husband is more attracted to me, but honestly? I could stand to lose 10-15. My husband had expressed that I was too skinny but I was cute regardless. And to put it into perspective: when my husband first sent me his photos, I was not instantly attracted to him. My attraction for him grew as I got to know him. Now I think he’s the most handsome guy I’ve met. Bottom line is that appearances mean nothing, and can change. Your preferences might change and you may grow to really like their appearance.
    3 points
  10. Saudi journalist accused of being a traitor for being part of a delegation of Arab journalists visiting Israel attacked by Palestinians at Al Aqsa. Some hurled abuse, threw chairs and spat at him.
    2 points
  11. Gaius I. Caesar

    Love

    That's a shame, I know the experience of being seen as a disability rather than a person, being in a wheelchair myself. However, it goes to show that love is not a luxury. For some, it is a necessity and duty. P.S. It's not "wheelchaired" but being in a wheelchair.
    2 points
  12. 2 points
  13. The word "Sufi" means "One who is separate", and "Arif" means "One who is enlightened". Both are often interchangeably used. However, their actual meaning is misused for strangers. Such as those practicing "Separation from world", based on their own conjecture to which Qur'an replies: "The monasticism which they invented for themselves we did not enjoin upon them". In Islam, Ascesticism or Suf or Urf means "Be content with what you get, do not wish for more as it imposes more responsibilities and do not cry for less as it inculcates into you patience". Each thing has separate gifts but you have to be balanced with Shukur and Sabar. So, if Imam said: "Sufism is bad". Does it include all Sufis or a particular type of Sufis who were being mentioned to them. Sufi has no individual identity out of Islam, but if a person being a Muslim is termed as Sufi or Arif, you should not drive it to the meaning of flawed Sufi ideology that Qur'an has mentioned. Like the above teaching of "Islam" was taken wrong that is "Separate" yourself. The teaching of perfection was also taken wrongly and often concepts of Hindus were taken as description of Real Sufi about perfection. But, the real teaching of Suf is as defined by Allah (عزّ وجلّ): "And color yourself with the color of God and which Color is better than this". Thus, coloring yourself does not mean that you literally color yourself like God but apply His orders in your life so that you will be content in your life. As Qur'an says: "This book has both apparent as well as implicit verses and those who have wrong in their minds take implicit verses (to find faults as their interpretation is not explicit)". So, all those who Hindu and polytheistic ideals tried to play with the teachings of Islam. But, you shall not take these words by those who are called Arifs or Sufi's as physically annihilation rather as Quranic description of "Following laws of Allah" unless they are explicit and with their tongues say "they will physically annihilate into God"....in which context it will be wrong belief. The words like "annihilation into God"....."Extinguishing ourselves in God" are not clear and, therefore, do not take sin upon you if you said something which they did not mean.
    2 points
  14. Assalamalaykum, I would suggest getting to know him a bit more. Maybe meet up a few more times. As for why he hasn't got back in touch with you after meeting up it could be because of his low self esteem. I suffer from low self esteem too and I usually dread getting to know how the other person felt after meeting me. Maybe he's just afraid of what you might say. As far as beauty and physical attractiveness is concerned then let me tell you that your whole perception of a person's beauty changes once you get to know their personality. Sometimes a person can be very attractive but their character and manners are not the best which renders their beauty worthless. You'll either stop seeing what's so attractive about them or you'll be like "okay they're gorgeous so what?" it just won't interest you. I'm saying this from personal experience btw. Whereas being attracted to someone is very important for marriage since it affects physical relations, this attraction does not always have to be an instant attraction. Sometimes you're instantly attracted to someone, sometimes the more you get to know a person the more you start getting attracted to them. Hence, give it more time and the attraction may follow if God wills. Remember, our hearts are in the hands of Allah and if He wishes He can fill our hearts with love for anyone. I pray that Allah guides you to the right decision that will be the most beneficial for both of you. Take care!
    2 points
  15. No. Totally and obviously unfair. The typical mindset is that all these poor non-Muslims will be punished if they were idol worshippers or at the very least all the non-Muslims will be deprived of receiving the greatest of rewards in the hereafter.
    2 points
  16. Salamun alaykum, unless he or she is a Sufi or an Arif. Simon, If religion is not about surrendering your false sense of self to God (who is al-Haq and the Real “ana” or “I” since He said, “there is no God but I”), then what is religion all about?
    2 points
  17. Will I stay single for the rest of my life? The most frequently asked question, I ask myself daily
    2 points
  18. I've watched my kids parent their kids on this. Son says eat everything on your plate, daughter says have to try some of everything. It's a battle while parents try to reason with their children...as if the kids run the show. Getting them to the table, getting them to settle down and stop arguing about eating, or everything they put on their plate. It's always negotiations that run way too long. By the end, everything is cold, kids forced to eat as parents get angry, never ends well, and this is a daily fight nobody wins. No wonder the kids don't want to eat. No wonder the frustration levels are high, and why? Other end of the spectrum is wasting time on the what do you want for breakfast, this, or this, or that, or this, or what... At Grandpa's table. I don't care, I'm there to eat a full meal that my wife has lovingly prepared, this is not a restaurant. This is the time, this is the place, get to the table in time for grace, (or you're second shift). I'm not one for letting kids waste my time, especially when we're all hungry and the food is hot. They know that fussy people can go hungry at our table, or eat what's there, I force nothing. The focus is on the meal. Respect the food. Eat with your hands, your plate will move to the floor, you can eat with the dog. Snacks are crackers, not candy, so don't be thinking you'll fill up later. I'm serious, don't call my bluff. My son and daughter know not to argue with me. Life around grandpa's table is much more bearable now. The pressure is off the kids once they understand this is how it works. It's great being a grandparent..
    2 points
  19. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is the one and only worthy of worship Whereas "ilaha" is literally a diety. It is like how "g od" (the forum autocorrect wont let me type lowercase "g") in English can literally be anything from a tree to a statue, etc as it is a diety, though because there is no equivalent of "Allah" in the English language, an uppercase G is used for the Biblical "God" to differentiate from a mere diety "g od" (ilaha). Hope that made sense.
    2 points
  20. Doing "nothing" all day is exhausting, I want to hide in a dark closet and take a nap.
    1 point
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  22. notme

    Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

    I will wait until starvation sets in before trying these. Or go vegetarian.
    1 point
  23. Kamranistan

    Thoughts 2019

    I can't find any interesting topics.
    1 point
  24. Ashvazdanghe

    Thoughts 2019

    Salam based on grand Ayatollah Sistani (ha) & Imam Khamenei :these type of drawings are not haram & you can sell art of people https://www.Sistani.org/persian/qa/01056/ https://article.tebyan.net/233292/حکم-نقاشی-اجسام-ذی-روح http://www.x-shobhe.com/print/4338.html https://www.Sistani.org/persian/qa/0849/ https://hawzah.net/fa/Article/View/86000/حکم-نقاشی-و-مجسمه-سازی-از-نگاه-شریعت-بخش-دوم but in conclusion it must not causes corruption & drawing or lust & must be flat without relief Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi (ha) :if the painter does not know the owner of image and the image is not naked or half naked or irritating and not causes corruption has no objection. https://makarem.ir/main.aspx?typeinfo=21&lid=0&catid=530&mid=263210
    1 point
  25. When isn’t He testing you?
    1 point
  26. Sheikh Zakzaky (ha) Nigeria #FREEZAKZAKY
    1 point
  27. Ashvazdanghe

    lRl vs. USA

    Iran dismantles CIA spy network (+Photos) https://en.abna24.com/news//Iran-dismantles-cia-spy-network-ministry_963457.html July 22, 2019 - 2:30 PM News Code : 963457 Source : Press TVLink: Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says it has identified and destroyed an integrated network of operatives serving the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) inside the country. Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says it has identified and destroyed an integrated network of operatives serving the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) inside the country. The Ministry’s director-general for counterintelligence said Monday that Iran captured 17 professional spies working on behalf of the CIA throughout last year and some of those arrested had been handed death sentences, according to the Fars news agency. "The identified spies were employed in sensitive and vital private sector centers in the economic, nuclear, infrastructural, military and cyber areas... where they collected classified information," the unnamed official said in a statement. The official said that the suspects were operating in key organizations and institutions mainly in the private sector. He noted that the CIA had recruited the individuals by mainly contacting them over the internet. Other tactics included issuing or renewing US visas, hiring Iranian specialists, providing necessary equipment and access to certain participants in scientific events abroad, sending emails and messaging through social. Last month, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said it had “penetrated the US safe system in cyberspace.” which the CIA has used for maintaining communication with the spies. The discovery of the network was first announced by Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of the country’s Supreme National Security Council, who said then that the “cyber-espionage” network had been operating in countries other than Iran that it had been discovered “a while ago.” “We provided the information on the exposed network to some other allied countries in which it had been operating, which resulted in the exposing and dismantling of the US intelligence officers network and arrest and conviction of some CIA agents in different countries,” Shamkhani said in June. Iranian unity wont break by sanctions: Interior Minister https://en.abna24.com/news//iranian-unity-wont-break-by-sanctions-interior-minister_963516.html July 22, 2019 - 6:46 PM News Code : 963516 Source : Iran PressLink: Iran's Interior Minister said that as long as the nation relies on religious teachings, sanctions would not break their unity. .....................................................
    1 point
  28. Mzwakhe

    Love

    I meant for those 'guys' who have multiple partners legally as a form of love by Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) through them to be there for the divorced & widowed & the female teachers in madrassa who aren't given a second look due to them being wheelchaired. They too are loved by their Creator(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى).
    1 point
  29. 1 point
  30. aaaz1618

    LISTEN TO THIS!

    Mawlana ya mawlana, mawlana ya mawlana...
    1 point
  31. Damn mA. Salute to you sister! I weirdly find your discipline intimidating.
    1 point
  32. If you paint your writing I can sell it for 100 million dollars by saying that this was Da Vinci's last painting upon which he stumbled and died. I can be rich. You shall start writing again forgot to write sister Just kidding, you writing is like that of my elder sister and that's cute
    1 point
  33. *expenditure. Sorry, I can't edit the above post and I've noticed a spelling mistake. I also wanted to add that being a stay at home mum is considered to be a real luxury in the west (in the scenario that only the husband is working and you are not claiming any benefits). I home-schooled one of my children for a while and I know that many of my friends exclaimed that they wished that they "could afford to do that too". There was definitely a bit of envy (but not in a bad way - they just wished they could do the same for their children).
    1 point
  34. Dear Sister @arch1027116, I haven't read all the responses so my apologies in advance if I am repeating what others have said. 1, In today's day and age most guys that I know/am acquainted with, (from the United Kingdom, Holland, America, Pakistan, Dubai and India), would like to have a wife who can supplement their existing income. This is irrespective of how much money the guy is already earning. 2, Work gives people's lives discipline, structure, and order. It also enables people to develop interpersonal skills. These same crossover skills need to be applied when managing a home, house, and family - namely timekeeping; budgeting, scheduling, communication skills, etc. My house runs like clockwork with a place for everything. I have a timetable for my kids summer holidays, I maintain a food diary for every one of us to ensure that we are meeting our specific nutritional requirements, and I've creating databases/charts to monitor our income/expensidture/ investments/savings, etc. 3, An educated wife and/or a wife who is working or has worked in the past, can instill the above skills in her children. Furthermore, she will find it easier to educate her children or support that process. 4, A working wife will have more empathy for a working husband and the stresses/challenges and issues he may face in a day. The above are some reasons why men may prefer a potential wife who works. I've only listed these out because you've asked the question 'why'. There are no doubt tremendous merits associated with being a full time stay at home mum IF the woman dedicates her time earnestly to her family life. I am sure that there must be some guys who would prefer a wife who doesn't want to work and wears a headscarf. Just be patient and InshAllah the right proposal will come your way inshAllah.
    1 point
  35. I 100% agree with both of these statements. Each family needs to consider what will work best for them. No man has a right to require his wife to work, and technically he can forbid it, but a loving husband would not forbid his wife from working if she feels that she needs to for her own good (personal fulfillment, career goals, social interaction with peers) or for the good of the family (supplement husband's income, provide stability in the event that husband dies, becomes ill or disabled, or loses his job). Children are better off being raised by their own parents than by strangers in almost all cases, but the children aren't the only family members. If the mother wants to work outside, the father or grandparents can help with child raising, ideally. Hopefully they were going to anyway.
    1 point
  36. I believe a misunderstanding has occurred. @Flying_Eagle read again please. This doesn't need to be an argument. She was talking about negligent mothers who do not work for money and also leave the care of the children to babysitters.
    1 point
  37. Totally agree with you @2Timeless number 2
    1 point
  38. Totally agree with you @2Timeless
    1 point
  39. @WisdomAndAnswers, Walaikum Salam. Sister @Ruqaya101 has a completely different take on it to me. Are you looking for a husband/partner or a project? Firstly, you should not marry someone out of sympathy or as an act of charity. You should marry someone because they tick as many boxes as is possible and because you like/care/love/respect them for whom they are RIGHT NOW. Never marry a guy with the hope/intention that you can change/fix him. What if he is happy with who he is/the way he is and doesn't want to change? What if he wants to change but is unable to? Furthermore, what if he has a chronic illness/disease that he is hiding from you? Even if it is depression, don't assume that you can heal him with love. Depression consumes not only the person who is suffering but also all those who are around them. Also, just because his sister said he is an open book, it doesn't mean that he is. No one is completely transparent and open. I'm not being cynical, but everyone has a skeleton in their closet - irrespective of what they tell you. It takes months to get to know someone before the mask starts to slip. The question is, do you still want to be with that person after you have seen them on a bad day? Furthermore, I'd be concerned that his sister spoke to you abruptly and that the guy didn't intervene and try to diffuse the situation. If he can't say anything to his sister now, it doesn't bode well for the future. Personally, I would not proceed with this any further. You are trying to fight against your intuitive instincts to defend him! Don't. When you meet the right person you will now - follow your instincts and follow your gut feelings. Good luck!
    1 point
  40. Allahumma salli ala muhammadiw wa Ali muhammadin wa ajjil faraja hum Rabbinee lima anzalta ilayya min khayrin faqir Audhu billahi minash shaytanir rajeem دع كل الشتائم ضدي تُعاد سبعة أضعاف. Astaghfirillah Ya Allah, protect my sister from further harm and abuse
    1 point
  41. Instead of stupid fatwas "saving" kids from rape by marrying at ridiculously early ages, we could chase and judge rapists and deal with them as it has to be done, so no woman has to be fearful from merely being. But our societies clearly favour the worst heterosexist men in favour of anything else, and rapist will never be chased with the proper devotion. And this is the hypocrisy that leads our communities and religion.
    1 point
  42. Salam , it's depends on situation in famous story about Imam Ali (عليه السلام) on pulpit was surrounded by Iranians that Ash'ath that was Arab called us red faces (skins) as Arabs were calling Iranians because Arabs knew themselves as whites & now red skin refers to native Americans & in another story Iranians described as white ships that were following him after black ships as Arabs in his dream left him , even I saw some people call Iranians as brown skins but now Iran has all kinds of ethnicity that glued together by language & culture that you can see from people taht are looking as white European to black African between Iranians that it depends on what place you travel
    1 point
  43. Probably a mustahab rulling but I'll put it here anyway. When fasting in ramadhan. FIRST pray maghrib and isha and then AFTERWARDS break fast firstly with a date. It multiplies the reward of your prayers by 400 times.
    1 point
  44. Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) "The cat is on five sides." First: the thief, the second: Ammar (the informer), third: sickness, fourth: the woman with kindness (sympathetic woman, the gentlewoman), the fifth: the war and. Hostility (warfare and hostility) https://www.yjc.ir/fa/news/6318480/خواب-گربه-چه-تعبیری-دارد
    1 point
  45. Some parents conflate 'obedience to parents' , a well known concept in Islam to slavery to parents, I.e. to do what they want only and never questions their decisions. These are not the same things. I can tell you, as a parent, that parents are human beings, they are sometimes wrong, sometimes selfish, etc. They might know more than you, in certain areas, but their knowledge is still very limited overall. They are not masoom. The good ones realize this about themselves and try to work on their flaws. I told my own kids that if I ever tell them to do something that is against the religion, that they are not allowed to listen to me and that I would be very upset with them if they did. Obedience to parents means to obey them when what they are telling you is part of the religion of Islam (so you have to know the religion of Islam in order to do this) and to have good aklaq toward them and be kind to them. Arranged marriages, which sometimes leads to forced marriages is not part of Islam. Some cultures practice this and pretend that it is, but that does not make it so. A man or women has the absolute right to choose whom they marry. In fact without this choice, the marriage itself is invalid and null and void Islamically. Parents can suggest someone, just like anyone else can, but you are under no obligation to go with their choice. If they force you or use coercion (physical, emotional, etc) then they are oppressing you, plain and simple. When I got married, my mother did suggest someone and I ended up going with her suggestion. I don't regret it and we are still married and happy. At the same time, my mother didn't force me and she knew that I had other choices and told me that I was free to choose her suggestion or someone else. So, although she suggested, I choose out of my own free will, and my wife's mother and father had the same attitude. I think that is one of the reasons why it worked out. We chose each other, so therefore we felt responsible personally to make the marriage work. When something is forced on you, you tend not to value it and not feel responsible toward it. This is human nature. Which is why many 'arranged marriages' don't work out. Many also do, but despite the coercion and not because of it.
    1 point
  46. it's better that you follow his will but you can with every good Muslim but if you marry a non Syed because you break his will you must pay a good amount of charity to soul of your father.
    1 point
  47. Ashvazdanghe

    Ghost

    Salam Imam Sadiq (as): every believer or non believer soul visits his/her family every noon & watches them عَنْ أَبِي عَبْدِ اللهِ قَالَ مَا مِنْ مُؤْمِنٍ وَ لَا كَافِرٍ إِلَّا وَ هُوَ يَأْتِي أَهْلَهُ عِنْدَ زَوَالِ الشَّمْس‏ (شیخ كلينى، الكافي، تهران: دار الكتب الإسلامية، 1365، ج 3، ص 230 Kulaini , Kafi v3 p230 another one: some passed away souls every Friday or sooner go to visit of their family 6- عَنْ أَبِي عَبْدِ اللَّهِ قَالَ... مِنْهُمْ مَنْ يَزُورُ كُلَّ جُمْعَةٍ وَ مِنْهُمْ مَنْ يَزُورُ عَلَى قَدْرِ عَمَلِهِ (شیخ كلينى، همان، ج 3، ص 230). Ibid Imam Kadhim (عليه السلام) :some passed away souls every Friday or once a month or once a year go to visit of their family in form of a bird (flying phantom ) that if they see that they are doing good deeds will become happy & if they do bad deeds they will become disappointed ibid https://www.yjc.ir/fa/news/6440181/آیا-مردگان-در-عالم-برزخ-از-خانواده-خود-اطلاعی-دارند-و-نگران-سرنوشت-آنها-هستند http://www.jamnews.com/TextVersionDetail/225325 http://hawzahnews.com/detail/News/386589
    1 point
  48. Ashvazdanghe

    Ghost

    It's not done immediately it's in narrationn that until burying of body finishes soul will be around dead body & after it will enter to grave for answering questions also it narrated from Imam Ali (عليه السلام) that souls of all belivers after death will go to 'Wadi AL Salam' in kufa & they are with each other until judgment day & souls of sinners will go to 'Barahoot' in yemen It mostly comes from movies
    1 point
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