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  1. 8 points
    notme

    Karbala Stampede

    May Allah comfort the families of those who were martyred.
  2. 3 points
    Haji 2003

    Persian Noha

  3. 2 points
    A brief expansion of the "political jurisprudence" traditions would be helpful.
  4. 2 points
    Ibn Al-Ja'abi

    Matam

    Salams, أعظَمَ اللهُ اجورَنا بمُصابِنا بِالحُسَینِ، وَ جَعَلَنا و ایّاکُم مِنَ الطّالِبینَ بِثارِهِ مَع وَلیّهِ الامامِ المَهدیِّ مِن آلِ مُحَمَّد The Imams encourage us to pretend to cry if we are unable to, while this practice in its ritualized manner isn't ancient -- first practiced publicly in Iraq in the 1830s -- it isn't out of line considering that. The diversity of mourning traditions as long as they are within Sharia are a way people practice their walayah and disparaging it isn't a good thing I'd think. @786:) I had written a post about this last year on a thread which is unfortunately unable to be accessed currently, if I can I'll share what I wrote there. Though what Br. Sumerian has here shared was part of it and is a good demonstration that what is within the realm of what is shar'an permissible shouldn't be disparaged, and coming in with the value judgement of "promote matam or self inflicting physical abuse" when you're asking about this is decidedly insincere.
  5. 2 points
    Tunisia is a country where now a Muslim woman could marry a kafir, polygamy is forbidden, an homosexual was running as a president, ancient tunisian president said openly that he didnt care about Islamic laws and so on. Tunisia is really the exemple of what Muslim countries must never be.
  6. 2 points
    Generally it is considered that if the hadith does not contradict the other authentic hadiths and the verses of Qur'an it may be acceptable otherwise it is not considered authentic If there is such example you like to discuss the hadith may be quoted in this thread, please. wasalam
  7. 2 points
    OrthodoxTruth

    Polygamy

    Salam, I would like to only kindly remind all of you here that we always approach every subject from the Islamic perspective, not our own. First of all, save for the infallibles (Prophets, Imams), barely anyone from the non-infallible men had/has more than one wife. How many of our ulama do? How many of the great marjaʿ? Ayatollahs al-Khoei, Khomeini, Sistani, Khamenei, the Shirazi family, and others - may Allah be pleased with them all, nearly uniformly each had/have one wife. Besides, the verse on polygamy has to be understood within the context it was revealed. The tafsir is clear that it was revealed at the time when constant warfare and diseases took toll among the early Muslim community, and in order for women not to turn to formication, like in pagan times, and for widowed and not children to have full rights as per sharia law, unlike in pagan times, the surviving men were allowed to marry more than one wife. It was to prevent injustice in the society, not for the pleasure of men who just felt bored with their wife... The Qur'an is very clear on the matter; one has to provide financially AND emotionally equally for all the wives, and if he can’t do so, then he shouldn’t even think about more than one in this time and age. Nonetheless, do you brothers pray daily always on time? Perfectly conduct yourself in public and private sphere? Do you have Islamic knowledge on our theology? Is your current wife pleased with your everyday behaviour? Let’s start with that before thinking about more than one wife. Allahu Alam.
  8. 2 points
    2Timeless

    Polygamy

    It's not haram per se, since it's done under the guise of a nikah/mutah. By cheat I mean go behind their first wife's back when there is a clear understanding that the wife entered the relationship in belief that he would remain faithful and monogamous. Bottom line is, lying is haram. Why would a man be exempt of that sin just because he does it to marry a second woman? Anyway, this is besides the point of your thread.
  9. 2 points
    Fasting on Ashura – Myth debunked There is a common practice amongst Muslims to fast on the 10th of Muharram (1 month of the Islamic calendar). Although there are several hadith in support of this act, they can be summarized using the 2 primary hadiths below: “When Allah's Apostle arrived at Medina, he found the Jews observing the fast on the day of 'ashura' (10th of Muharram). The Prophet asked them (about it) and they replied, "This is the day when Moses became victorious over Pharaoh." The Prophet said (to the Muslims), "We are nearer to Moses than they, so fast on this day." Volume 3, Book 31, Number 222: Narrated by Ibn 'Abbas Volume 4, Book 55, Number 609: Narrated by Ibn 'Abbas Volume 5, Book 58, Number 279: Narrated by Ibn 'Abbas Volume 6, Book 60, Number 202: Narrated by Ibn 'Abbas Volume 6, Book 60, Number 261: Narrated by Ibn 'Abbas Sahih Bukhari “During the Pre-lslamic Period of ignorance the Quraish used to observe fasting on the day of 'ashura', and the Prophet himself used to observe fasting on it too. But when he came to Medina, he fasted on that day and ordered the Muslims to fast on it. When (the order of compulsory fasting in ) Ramadan was revealed, fasting in Ramadan became an obligation, and fasting on 'ashura' was given up, and who ever wished to fast (on it) did so, and whoever did not wish to fast on it, did not fast.” Volume 6, Book 60, Number 31: Narrated by Aisha Volume 3, Book 31, Number 117: Narrated by 'Aisha (similar to above hadith) Volume 3, Book 31, Number 220: Narrated by Aisha (similar to above hadith) Volume 5, Book 58, Number 172: Narrated by 'Aisha (similar to above hadith) Sahih Bukhari Let’s investigate the first hadith – fasting in observance Moses victory. In Judaism, this event is known as Passover. The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan. The Jews of Medina also followed this calendar and not the Arab calendar. Authentic hadith tell us that the Prophet (saw) migrated from Mecca to Medina at the end of Safar so his first Ashura in Medina was in AH2. Based on on-line date conversion software (+- 1-2 days): 10 Muharram AH2 (Islamic date) = 14 July 623AD (Gregorian date) = 8th of Av, 4383 (Jewish date) Since the month of AV is the fifth month of the Hebrew calendar, it is highly unlikely the Jews were fasting in observance of Passover on the 10th of Muharram since the dates were nowhere close to each other. Now for the 2nd hadith – continuing the custom of Qurayish by fasting on 10th Muharram The Prophet (saw) spent 23 years of his preaching Islam and abrogating the customs of the kuffar of Mecca yet he continued this custom even after hijra? Highly unlikely! Even if the above traditions are taken to be true, why only celebrate one Jewish custom out of thousands of them? Also, if the Prophet (saw) celebrated their joyous occasions, did he observe and show sorrow during their sad or calamitous days? Why not observe the Sabbath or celebrate the birthday of UZA? The entire Muslim community has a choice: either celebrate Ashura by fasting and celebrating in allegiance to the Jews of Medina and Kuffar of Mecca or observe the calamity that befell the progeny of the Prophet (saw) in a solemn and somber manner. BTW, one of the options makes you a munafiq (hint: loving the Prophet but ignoring the calamity of his progeny)
  10. 1 point
    Salam, I see the worst thing(s) that happened to me and the lowest moment(s) in my life as the best as it taught me a lot of things for the future, made me much more resilient, aware and strong, I will summarise it in a few points below and would like know what others learned from their experiences: Situations can change instantaneously thus it's best to be prepared as much as possible and be adaptable. To have 0 expectations from individuals regardless of your relationship with them, the only one worthy of expectation is Allah, the Prophet and his Ahlul Bayt(عليه السلام). Though I feel naturally as emotional beings we tend to develop expectations at time perhaps unconsciously with people moreso with people with whom we have been selfless or have helped in some way To hope for the best and greatest even if it seems impossible at the same time be prepared practically and mentally for the worst even if it seems far fetched. To try and not attach yourself or depend on any individual, entity, position, location, object, habits, addictions the less dependent you are on things the less weaknesses you have. Ofcourse as humans naturally certain elements are important and unavoidable such as family loved ones but this is referring to things otherwise. Not letting emotions drive decisions, always thinking twice before making a decision.
  11. 1 point
    IraniAzari

    New revert to Islam

    Salamu Alaykum, I reverted to Islam about a month ago and I've been trying to do my prayers and learn about Islam everyday, I was inspired to revert because of the Iranian revolution and the Safavid dynasty, then when I started learning about Islam I found true faith and I converted, ask me anything!
  12. 1 point
    2Timeless

    Crying

    I think anyone who sincerely cries for the tragedy of Imam Hussein (عليه السلام) cries for other oppressed people. The only difference is that people cry (metaphorically and literally) for other oppressed people all over the world on private. Also, I think that because theres a religious attachment to crying over Imam Hussein (عليه السلام) people cry more. There are narration that suggest that a person who cries over the tragedy of Karbala will be rewarded etc. Crying is also one of the few things we can do in relation to the tragedy of Karbala. Its not like we can donate money or physically go fight alongside the Imam etc. Whereas for example, the people in Yemen, we can raise awareness, donate money, food and clothes etc. So instead of just mourning the oppressed we can actually help them.
  13. 1 point
    I vaguely remember it, it might have been 'disco music' which is quite an accurate description of the mockery that television channels, recording studios and celebrity recitors have made of something that used to be sacred and pure. Wallahu a'lam
  14. 1 point
    habib e najjaar

    Fasting of Ashura

    To clarify the matter, let us call it not fasting but refraining from eating until late afternoon. To break a fast before maghrib can sound confusing. To the OP think of it like when during eid, you are told to "fast" until after salat al eid. Or refrain from eating until after salah. It is haraam to fast like normal sawm on eid day.
  15. 1 point
    Maryam.It

    Karbala Stampede

    Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un
  16. 1 point
    Maryam.It

    Fasting of Ashura

    Thankyou so much.I have read somewhere to fast till afternoon without the intention of fasting on Ashura...
  17. 1 point
    shia farm girl

    There is No Gay Gene

    @Ashvazdanghe Thanks forr your response and clearing thing sup for me. Really appreciate it! W/s
  18. 1 point
    Ashvazdanghe

    Fasting of Ashura

    It better not to fast & even you fast ,you must break it before maghrib
  19. 1 point
    adnanflayih

    Holiday to Iraq

    You are welcome brother. I am ready to help you to complete your Zieraah Inshallah.
  20. 1 point
    Diaz

    Fasting of Ashura

    What? We Shia’s should not fast on Ashoora.
  21. 1 point
    Modest Muslim

    Al Ghadir By Al Amini

    (salam) I heard a lot about Al Ghadir. It's said that it's a masterpiece of Allama Abd al Hussain al Amini, the scholar who spent his life searching for knowledge to write an irrefutable and comprehensive book proving the authenticity and Shia Muslim perspective of the famous Hadith of Pond of Khumm. Many debaters recommended this book to their readers. Thus, I started reading it. It was actually written in Arabic and translated it Persian. Then a scholar from India, Sha'ur of Gopalpur, converted the entire book in Urdu. Al Amini first proved that Hadith of Pond of Khumm is an agreed and authentic hadith. Then he proved that the Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) was actually declaring the status of Imam Ali (عليه السلام) as his successor. He also referred to those Shia Muslim poets who had used the Hadith of Pond of Khumm as an evidence of superiority of Imam Ali and Al Amini quoted them. He also criticized the Caliphs, Muawiya and other Sunni Muslim scholars and provided references from their own books. I spent months reading it and finished it just now a few minutes ago. http://www.ziyaraat.net/findbook.asp?Escritor=Allama+Abdul+Hussain+al-Amini&Tema=All&orderby=titulo&idioma=All&srchwhat=All&submit=+Find+Books+
  22. 1 point
    Fmr . Tunisian president : Gulf countries led by "Midget-state" UAE are interfering in our Affairs Tunisian cleric praised Europeans toward Islam ,calls on Tunisia to purge the shiites
  23. 1 point
    Can you give me an example pls?
  24. 1 point
    Ashvazdanghe

    Karbala Virtual Reality

    VR Karbala | Aftermath of Karbala 360 | Burning tents
  25. 1 point
    Sumerian

    Thoughts 2019

    Except the Imams (عليهم السلام) have called the people who fought Imam Ali (عليه السلام) kafir, and if anything those who fought Al-Husayn (عليه السلام) may be even worse. Furthermore, a nasibi is a kafir. There is no difference between the two.
  26. 1 point
    Peace be upon the loneliest of the lonely ~ Imam Mehdi (ajtfs) - Ziyarat Nahiyah
  27. 1 point
    habib e najjaar

    Thoughts 2019

    الا لعنت الله علی القوم الظالمین و سیعلم الذین ظلموا ای منقلب ینقلبون
  28. 1 point
    Hameedeh

    Al Ghadir By Al Amini

    At the link the OP posted above, on the right side of the page, instead of ALL, toggle the Language to English. I'm sorry to say that the book is not available there in English. If you know Urdu, you can read the Urdu translation.
  29. 1 point
    How many Hadith do Sunni people have that if someone fasted on that particular day, your 1 year sin will be wiped? Like if I’m not wrong, didn’t Sunni said if we fast 6 days after the month of Ramadan, our sins will be wiped? Same thing for ashura? (Ofc, according to them)
  30. 1 point
    Sumerian

    Matam

    This hadith is found in many books, I got this from Al-Amali by Al-Tusi. Al-Khoei never had an issue with Kamil Al-Ziyarat, he changed his opinion on whether the narrators of Kamil Al-Ziyarat are automatically thiqa or not. Has nothing to do with the book itself.
  31. 1 point
    hasanhh

    There is No Gay Gene

    Firstly, Marut and Harut were given the task of offering magic to people --as if any such thing existed (because the command is with Allah-(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). in all things and He -(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). does not share this with anyone). The angels nearest to Allah -(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Ayat 4:172 serve and worship, which implies a ranking the same or similar to their "wings" Ayat 35:1 As the Qur'an is revealed, the reading of Ayat 39:75 says they are also judged. Ayat 78:38 foretells angels in rows/ranks in addition to those around the Throne. Other ayats reveal "all" will be judged/sentenced. Opine: now as 'robotic' and automaton as angels are described, we have no information revealed or suggested that angels have their own moral standard or do have their own standard [like Musa -(عليه السلام). given Commandments]
  32. 1 point
    Sirius_Bright

    What can I do for Muharram

    There are various Aamaals for shabe Ashur and Yawme Ashur. http://www.duas.org/mobile/muhrram-ashura.html This is the night of Azadari/lamentations on Imam Hussain (عليه السلام), his family and companions (pbuta). Go to Shia Islamic centre or Juloos. If you don't have anything nearby then listen to live/recorded Majalis and Nauha.
  33. 1 point
    1. Aim of Imam Hussain (AS)’s Revolution The aim of my revolution is to reform the society and revive the true teachings of Islam (Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.243) 2. Being Free-spirited If you don’t believe in any religion, at least be free-spirited and honest in your actions (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 45, P. 51) 3. Revolt against Tyranny I never revolted in vain, as a rebel or as a tyrant; rather, I rose seeking reformation for the nation of Islam (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 44, P. 329) 4. Patience in the Journey toward What Is Right On the Day of Ashura, he addressed his companions: “Be patient, you noble ones. Death is only a bridge which takes you from misery and loss to the vast Paradise and the eternal graces”. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 44, P. 297) 5. Peacemaking and Preventing from War O’ people! Listen to my words and don’t hasten to start a war, so that I clarify the reason behind my revolution (al-Shaykh al-Mufid, al-Irshad, p.253) 6. Being a Just Leader On the night of Ashura, he gathered his followers in his tent, put out the light and said: “Beware that I give you permission to leave this place; there is no obligation on you anymore, and you can all leave.” However, not even one of them left his side…. (al-Shaykh al-Mufid, al-Irshad, p. 250) , 7. Being a Steadfast Seeker Be steadfast and firm in the way toward what is right, even if your journey is full of pain and challenges. (Usul al-Kafi, vol. 2, p. 28) 8. Preserving Human Dignity Death with dignity is better than a life of abasement. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 44, P. 192) 9. Being Courageous By God, I will never surrender to my enemies like a humiliated person and never pledge allegiance to them like slaves (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 45, P. 7) 10. Martyrdom for What is Right To me, death for the sake of what is right, is nothing but happiness, and living under tyrants nothing but living in a hell (Tuhaf-al- Uqoul, P. 245) 11. Importance of Praying The most incapable person is the one who can’t pray. (Bihar al-Anwar, vol.81, p.257) 12. Generosity The most generous person is the one who gives to those who do not expect his help. (Kashf al-ghumma, vol.2, p.30) 13. Competing in Good Deeds Try to compete with one another in good deeds and hurry to seize the opportunities, and forget the good deeds that you haven’t hastened to do. (Bihar al-Anwar, vol.57, p.121) 14. Being Religious People are slaves of this world. Religion is just what they say. They use it as long as it provides them with their living. When they are tested, there remain only a few true religious ones. (Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.245) 15. Worshiping Allah If you worship Allah the way He deserves to be worshipped, He will fulfill all your wishes, and bless you much more than what you deserve. (Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 68, p.184) 16. Helping Others God will help the person who cares about other people’s needs, both in this world and the hereafter. (Bihar al-Anwar, vol.75, p.121) 17. Having Faith in Allah O’ Allah! What has gained the one who has not found You, and what has lost the one who has found You? (Bihar al-Anwar, vol.95, p.226) 18. Don’t be an Oppressor Avoid oppressing the one who does not have any supporter against you, other than the Almighty God. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 78, P. 118) 19. Allah’s Bounties When Allah chooses to favor someone, makes him/her the source of satisfying other people's needs. (Bihar al-Anwar, vol.74, p.205.) 20. Beware of Your Own Sins Beware! Do not be among those who are concerned about the sins of others while neglectful of their own sins. (al-Kafi, vol.8, p.49, Hadith #9) 21. A True Friend One who reveals your faults to you like a mirror is your true friend, and one who flatters you and covers up your faults is your enemy. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 78, P. 128) 22. Satisfying People, while Disobeying Allah Whoever seeks the satisfaction of people through disobedience of Allah; Then Allah subjects him to people. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 78, P. 126) 23. Follow the Truth Wisdom will not be gained, unless through following the right path. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 78, P. 127) 24. Say Good Things Say what you like to be said about you, in the absence of your fellow believer. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 127) 25. Don’t Commit What is Wrong Avoid doing things that would make you apologize; since a believer won’t commit a wrong action that would make him/her sorry. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 120) 26. Actions should be done for Allah If you lead your actions through committing sins and disobeying Allah, your intentions won’t be fulfilled and will be caught in what you fear most. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 120) 27. Kindness and Faithfulness Kindness elevates human beings, and faithfulness is the sign of decency. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 122) 28. Extremism and Abject People Extremism is like going down in a swamp, and keeping company with abject and corrupt ones will bring evil and misery for you. (Kashf al-ghumma, vol.2, p.30) 29. Knowledge Seeking knowledge will lead you toward wisdom and elevation. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 128) 30. Visiting Relatives Visiting relatives and keeping in touch with them will bring you a longer and more substantial life. (Al-Shaykh al-Saduq, Oyoun Akhbar Al-Ridha, vol.2, p.44) 31. The Most Generous The most generous person is the one who forgives while in power. (Kashf al-ghumma, vol.2, p.29) 32. Maintaining Family Ties The best way of maintaining family ties is through visiting the ones who have cut ties with you and haven’t visited you for a while. (Kashf al-ghumma, vol.2, p.29) 33. Helping Your Fellow in Religion Whoever helps his/her fellow in religion for the sake of Allah, He will compensate for him/her and eliminate the hardships from his/her life. Also, whoever relieves a believer’s grief, Allah will free him/her of his/her pains and sufferings in this world and the other world. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 121) 34. Trusting Others Only trust those who believe in Allah and are afraid of His questioning on the Day of Judgement. (Al-Shaykh al-Saduq, Jameh al- Akhbar, p.97) 35. Paying the Debts While on his way to Karbala, Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) said: “I cannot have whoever owes a debt in my company. Prophet Muhammad ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)&HP) used to say: ‘whoever dies while owing to other people, his/her good deeds will be void in the hereafter.’” (Kalimat al-Imam al-Hussain (عليه السلام) (Words of Imam Hussain), p.417) 36. People’s Praise and Blame Gain people’s praise with your efforts and successes, and do not expose yourself to people’s blames through laziness and lethargy. (Kashf al-ghumma, vol.2, p.29) 37. Gaining Experience Long and numerous experiences strengthens your mind. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 75, P. 128) 38. A Scholar’s Sign One of the signs of a scholar is criticizing his/her own words and thoughts and being aware of different viewpoints. (Bihar-al- Anwar, Vol. 78, P. 119) 39. Beware of What You Say Do not say something which would undermine your self-worth. (Muhammad Baqer al-Majlisi, Jala’a al-Oyoun, vol.2, p.205) 40. Physical Health Observe your physical health in your lifetime. (Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.239)
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  35. 1 point
    notme

    Hurricane Dorian

    That's crazy weather! A blizzard in September? I've never heard of such a thing! And Ireland now?
  36. 1 point
    eThErEaL

    Proof of God's existence

    The drama comes from religious fanatics and atheists. In reality there is only reality which is undefinable and limitless. Everyone who thinks they know reality or can define reality has in fact mistook reality for something limited (or finite).
  37. 1 point
    Cool

    Wearing black

    It is the Sunnah of Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) that he expressed his grief on the news of martyrdom of Hussain (عليه السلام). Aam ul Huzn is also the sunnah of Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). Regarding with the colors which should we wear and which should not, there is no such thing in Qur'an and logically, it has nothing to do with religion. Otherwise, stop using Jets, Trains & Cars, start travelling on Camels & Horses because that is the Sunnah.
  38. 1 point
    Jaane Rabb

    Matam

    You'll find information that is both for and against the practise. For: https://www.al-Islam.org/understanding-Karbala-allamah-Sayyid-saeed-akhtar-Rizvi/azadari-husayn-Islamic-point-view#ma’tam-and-mourning-procession Against: https://www.al-Islam.org/message-thaqalayn/vol-15-no-3-autumn-2014/safeguarding-azadari-against-wrong-practices/safeguarding#f_04bdf5c0_5 I thought this raised some interesting objections: Fadhallah was against the practise: Tusi was apparently against the practise too. Perhaps @Simon the Canaanite can inform as to Tusi's opinion on the matter.
  39. 1 point
    Abu Nur

    Proof of God's existence

    Why do you think he is playing word games, lol. How can someone be blind of reality? Everyone accept there is reality. It is the only and same reality that can't be doubt or defined. It is the only and same reality that allows all the definition of things to manifest. If there have always been creations, then there have always been one reality and if there have been none creation, then there have always been one reality. Everything depends on it, and reality does not depend on anything.
  40. 1 point
    Salaam. That did happen. As a matter of fact, quite a large number were killed during the first open battle. Then it was decided to go fight one at a time.
  41. 1 point
    Your_Everyday_Hurr

    How do I change my name?

    @Hameedeh Thank you for your support to help change my username... Although the warning notification did give me a mini stroke.
  42. 1 point
    Insha'Allah...
  43. 1 point
    Yes, your dad told you the correct way. I hope your knees are healed soon.
  44. 1 point
    Because I don't want people downloading it and using it. At this point, this program is not very easy to find or use. To do that would take a little bit of skill, so it's not 'mainstream' yet. Hopefully it never will be. Like I said before there are big tech companies, like Google, that are actually trying to stop this code from getting out. But most of this activity is taking place on the Dark Web, which these companies have no presence or control over. The scariest part is that sisters will have no idea that these images of them even exist until they see them on the Internet. That is why I am trying my best to warn everyone without giving away the techniques about how to do this. I am not naive enough to think that there is no one reading these posts who doesn't have the desire and skill to try to make these kinds of images. You don't need to go hide in a basement, as some have suggested. Even if it goes mainstream, and the generated images start popping up all over the Internet, there are still ways you can protect yourself. You may start seeing non Muslim women start to wear hijab just to protect themselves, while many Muslim women will be rejecting it and take the risk even though hijab is part of their religion. Ironic, isn't it.
  45. 1 point
    Hassan-

    Polygamy

    In fiqh it’s not obligatory to support your wives equally in finance and emotion.
  46. 1 point
    Follower of Ahlulbayt

    Polygamy

    I think in our times, especially in the west, marrying a second wife would be problematic. If you can get the first wife's permission, then go for it. But if the first wife doesn't give you permission, although you can still marry a second wife, obviously there is a high chance that the first marriage will end in shambles.
  47. 1 point
    @Haydar Husayn, what do the Imams (as) say about fasting on Ashura?
  48. 0 points
    I find it hard to believe that an Imam would dismiss fasting as an evil act—no matter what the reason.
  49. 0 points
    aaaz1618

    Wearing black

    No, no, you've just stumbled across the Suomi section of ShiaChat.
  50. 0 points
    This has me churning... as my grandchildren grow up under a rainbow flag.
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