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  1. Woah this is not even about "terrorism" accusations. They are just "guilty" of spreading shiism ? I would be curious to see if other articles talk about that. Because really such crimes is just so big I want a confirmation this is real.
    5 points
  2. Shias were persecuted in every era for being Shia. They don't like us chanting Ya Ali or doing Azadari.
    4 points
  3. A speculative assertion (and a sin). "Forget" in this context implies 'ignore'. Note that every use of the triliteral root is rendered 'forget' in Qur'an. Ayats 32:13-14 illustrate this. Some of the same is in Ayats 7:31 and 45:32.
    4 points
  4. Salam it’s a Sunni belief that everyone that rebels against current leader is doing great sin & Muslims must accept any leader good or tyrant even people like as Hamza Yusuf that follows Sufi doctrine follows this idea & says every rebellion against Saddam (la) & Bashar Asad was wrong without considering that they were just or not . Hamza Yusuf under fire for comments about the Syrian Revolution Must see Wahabi sheikhAbdul Aziz statement about Yazid (la) & Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) ENG sub
    3 points
  5. Vindemiatrix

    I did kaffara

    I cannot give specific advice, but just general advice.... Imam Ja’far Sadiq ((عليه السلام).) said, “There is no man who Allah did not forgive who had felt ashamed of his misdeed. Whenever a man feels ashamed of his fault and then begs pardon of Allah He forgives all of his sins.” Amir ul-Mu’minīn ((عليه السلام).) says, "It cannot so happen that a man has really felt ashamed and yet he did not give up sins. When a man repents over his misdeeds it is necessary that he should make the utmost effort to keep himself away from sins. If the sin is about non-performance of duties like Salāt (daily prayers), Siyyam (Ramzan fasting), Zakat (poor tax) and Hajj pilgrimage, then, after expressing repentance he should perform Qaža (repeat to make good) of those duties. If the sin was regarding rights of people, like usurping someone’s property or money, then he should return it immediately to the owner, and if the owner is not alive then to his heirs." If you did something unintentionally then maybe you don't have to do anything at all... But like I said brother, I don't know about your situation and I respect the fact that you don't want to talk about it... Lastly bear in mind that if the above hadith do not apply to your situation then please don't take offence...
    3 points
  6. The Lord is not unjust and does not create evil, but he created us and we are unjust and evil. We seek refuge from the evil inside that which he has created not the evil he created. One may say, well Allah does what He pleases and even when He seems to be unjust, He isn't because He has wisdom in His actions and we don't. Unlike humans, just because God has the ability to do something, it doesn't mean He does it. He doesn't work on a whim, He is All-Knowing and not senseless, He works by His own law and it is only us that breaks that law. What I'm getting at is God's limitless capacity and ability does not mean He is anarchistic and has no control, unlike humans who when given even a sniff of power abuse it. God works by laws, methodical, meticulous, consistent, so just because He can do something it doesn't mean He does it. He would not do something that would be of no benefit to us, that would confuse us and cause us to fight.
    3 points
  7. Saying the truth was forbidden in almost all countries in all era. However modern day governments may not always react publicly except few shameless countries like Saudi.
    3 points
  8. The bold part shows that you don't know what we mean by infallibility (ismah). Same here brother!
    3 points
  9. Salafis (in defence of Yazid) claim that all Yazid was doing was arresting Hussain for rebelling and he never wanted to kill him. Regardless of the situation, why would it be acceptable for the Salafis if Yazid arrests the grandson of The Holy Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)? Hussain (عليه السلام) entered the holy cloak by the will of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Rasool-Allah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said that "Hussain is from me and I am from Hussain" and Rasool-Allah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said that him and his brother Imam Hasan (عليه السلام) were the chiefs of the youths of paradise. Yazid committed an atrocity and it's insane that people of the Muslim Ummah want to portray him as some hero! Yazid's generals certainly got what they wanted to achieve. Money. Fame, Power. Umar ibn Sa'ad himself didn't want to kill the Imam (عليه السلام) but he was convinced by the promise of money and power over Rey (modern day Tehran). Even on the battlefield we see Umar ibn Sa'ad asking the Imam (عليه السلام) to just pledge allegiance to Yazid so he doesn't have to kill him but only a few hours later we see ibn Sa'ad striking down the innocent young boy Qasim ibn Hasan (عليه السلام)! Even Shemr was initially a companion of Imam Ali (عليه السلام) according to some sources but was also convinced by money. Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad's father was also a companion of Imam Ali (عليه السلام) but when he was "convinced" that Abu Sufyan was his father and that he was Mu'aviya's brother, he sided with Mu'aviya. Never fall for money or fame or power or anything, it will cause you to be as much of a tyrant as those people.
    3 points
  10. Just to give an idea of where I am at. I am a American, married to a British Pakistani. I was taught the religion by North Africans, so mostly Maliki in jurisprudence. Philosophically, I am in the vein of Andalusi mutazili creed (think: Ibn Rushd). I do hold some "heterodoxical" opinions in some manner (history). I won't go into them, as it may cause wailing and gnashing of teeth from some segments. My faith was at an all time low for a while. My son is special needs and it gets tough. I got into bad habits. Many issues. I am crawling out of it now alhamdulillah and looking for more perspective. I am willing to listen to anyone but wahabis pretty much,
    3 points
  11. For the sake of Allah you all plz pray for me day by day my health is getting worse and worse
    3 points
  12. The point is that someone who argues that God cannot do what is logically impossible (or rationally impossible as the translator put it) is that they would say what is logically impossible cannot be spoken of as an actual existent even if it can be semantically put into words. I remember this example from a conversation years ago, "what is the smell of the shape of purple" (speaking here of the abstract form of purple, not the way it exists in our world). A grammatically correct sentence whose meaning is gibberish, there is no world in which a colour's "shape" has a smell. What is logically impossible is something which cannot exist since there would be a contradiction, say our square-circle. The definition of a square necessarily excludes it from being a circle and vice-versa. You cannot, therefore, in any world speak of these two qualities existing simultaneously. There are things which God cannot do because they entail a contradiction so cannot be actually spoken of as existents. A good example, God cannot cease to exist. If a being in question could, then he is not God and we are speaking of something else since God is wajib al-wujuud and must exist. It isn't to say that God lacks potency, since we are not speaking of anything sensibly.
    3 points
  13. Earning a permanent irrevocable place in hell and making the gray area that arose after the death of RasulAllah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) split into black and white for that point in history.
    3 points
  14. Wrong. The Holy Prophet SA informed people to know about and be wary of Yazid (la) years before: ^ Those quotes are in the footnotes of the Chapter called Al-Husayn's Uprising in the book Maqtal al-Husayn. https://www.al-Islam.org/maqtal-al-husayn-abd-al-razzaq-al-muqarram Get PDF
    3 points
  15. Egypt and Malaysia are the first two that come to mind.
    2 points
  16. Not true. If you care to look into history of Shia'ism you will see Shia Islam have increased from mere hundreds to millions of followers. And besides its not about numbers it's about the truth.
    2 points
  17. You'll see that we have split Like from Thanks as a possible reaction to posts. The following is the reasoning behind this. 'Like' suggests that someone supports the content of the message whether it be ideologically, theologically, politically, personally etc. But there can be occasions where: we may either not be sure whether or not we agree with something or in fact we actually disagree with it. Nevertheless we may want to thank someone for taking the time/trouble to do some research, for example, and post the material here. Item one particularly applies to theological discussions where a poster may have spent a lot of time/research writing up an answer for which we are grateful, but as laypeople we are worried about expressing a like for something which may contain content that may be ghuluw, for example. Item two is again where some may have written something with which we disagree, but they may have expressed that point of view eloquently and with good akhlaq so to promote the spirit of good debate we can thank them, without saying we agree with what they say.
    2 points
  18. Diaz

    I did kaffara

    I’m jobless. Thank you, I will read more about it first. Thank you brother, it’s ok I’m not offended.
    2 points
  19. Salam for example spreading Shia aislam in Malaysia is a crime & other eastern Asian countries are following Malaysia in Islamic matters because of that people in countries like as Japan & Korea don’t know about Shia Islam because their only way to knowing Islam is Malaysia .
    2 points
  20. nil

    Muta with a convert

    Whether she is from ahlul kitab or Muslim, convert or by born Muslim, whatever the condition is, if you want to marry a virgin woman whether it is temporary or permanent, you need to seek her fathers permission. Note that islamically virgin means "previously unmarried", even if she had fornicated in past, still she would be considered as "virgin". And if the father rejects without any islamically valid reasons then you don't need further permission.
    2 points
  21. Salam he just provides Wahabi points in that you can find in all forums like as Islamqa & etc
    2 points
  22. (Kind of relevant) Some common questions I've been asked: "Why do you think that Imam Ali (عليه السلام) is above Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)? "Why do you [the Shia] hit yourself?" "Why do you [the Shia] always cry?" "Why do you hate Abu Bakr?" "Why do you curse Aisha?" "Why do you worship Imam Ali (عليه السلام)?" "Why do you commit shirk by visiting shrines [of the Imams]? "Why do you allow prostitution?" "Why don't you pray properly?" Etc....
    2 points
  23. I do suggest you to sleep well and give me the best analogy with a completely fresh mind. You can improve and formulate a more convincing response. But you need to keep in view all the related verses where Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has given the arguments about why He is pure of having or taking son or wife.
    2 points
  24. With the forgetting, do you believe it is literal or symbolic, as I said about back turning, back turning is not literal in terms of forgetting. Same with the son concept, God is coming down to our level of intellect and asking us to think. Man made God's son of the person they chose, Jesus, because of their interpretation of Isaiah or other earlier texts. Here Allah is saying actually no, if He was to take a son He will surely choose. The Qur'an is addressing people and sometimes I think Allah uses ideas that we would understand or ponder upon. He didn't beget, and He is saying if He did beget then is the subject matter the begetting or something else? An example might be: I didn't go to the shops today to buy milk, but if I did buy milk today I would have gone later so I could get a discount. Is the main focal point about milk or the method of getting it? The reality is I didn't buy milk so it's not about the milk. Allah isn't asking us to get caught up on Him and the begetting, He's saying we don't choose who He chooses because as I mentioned before people took Jesus to be His son, when that was not the words of God but the word of man. Excuse me if what I'm saying is confusing, lack of sleep, the analogies make sense in my head anyway.
    2 points
  25. Logic1234

    I did kaffara

    Add another option "Or should I do istighfar". First of all, you need to talk to any Sheikh (Scholar) who will listen to the whole story and evaluate the nature of you oath/promise. It is necessary because of the following verse: Secondly, all your situation depends on your existing condition which is not hidden from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). He knows whether you have money somewhere or not, He knows whether you are capable of fasting for 60 days or not, and that whether you have sufficient funds to feed 60 people or not. If you are "ma'zoor" (incapable) in all of the above cases, you can do istighfar with full sincerity. If you have resources, best thing is to do what you have promised I.e., donate $490 to charity. Wallaho A'lam
    2 points
  26. The person whom you quoted assertion is Quranically correct/consistent. Musa -(عليه السلام). 's response to Pharaoh Ayat 20:52. Ayat 49:16 is similar.
    2 points
  27. That Allah cannot forget His creation, but if they turn their back on Him He can turn His 'back' on them, it doesn't mean He has forgotten them like someone forgets to post out a letter. Allah is ever present, if He could forget about someone that would imply He isn't ever present. How can one forget and remember at the same time, Allah remembers, Allah sees everything, how can you see something, remember something and forget it all at the same time? That's not even logical for humans to do so why would it be logical for God?
    2 points
  28. You mean all the creatures are unprotected? Are you arguing that mankind is fallible by nature? And this is the divine mercy because of which we are fallible?
    2 points
  29. Even our infallible Imams (عليه السلام). were blamed by general people. Remember the repentant shami old man, who at first cursed Imam Zainul Abedin (عليه السلام). due to his ignorance? People of that time was made to believe that Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام). were the enemies of God. These practices of those morally corrupted scholars have not changed much.
    2 points
  30. I’m in the same situation. I can’t seem to find anyone who’d have a meaningful conversation or actually discuss ideas, current events, religion, books, conspiracies, or other intriguing concepts. Unfortunately, almost every girl I meet wants to talk about what other people are up to and about make up and clothes. It’s so frustrating because I’m really not into those things so I usually have very little to contribute. This makes me a very boring person to them and so I don’t usually get invited to hang out much and neither do I wish to hang out with them much as I feel incredibly bored when I’m with them. I guess you just have to learn how to enjoy your own company. You can always send me a message if you’d like though
    2 points
  31. Miracles aren't what is logically impossible. They are what is logically possible but not naturally occurring. For example, for a virgin to become pregnant since the act of sex which takes away virginity is the vehicle for the child to be created, but the child might be created within the mother's womb. While the category virgin isn't applied to pregnant women pregnant through natural means, it here works since what would be needed for the category of virgin to be nullified didn't happen. As opposed to a married bachelor since those two categories don't exist at the same time. Similarly splitting the sea, raising the dead, healing the blind and the leaper aren't logical impossibilities, they aren't normally naturally observed (at least in the manner that the Qur'an and Bible refer to them happening). What we're talking about are logical impossibilities, my point is that they are not something we could have God get to happen since they aren't things that happen. They are mumtani' al-wujuud. We can't speak of them logically, there is neither a mental existence or external existence for them unlike contingent things which exist or don't exist. These are things which cannot exist by their definition. This video misses the point of the example sentence. The point is that colour is perceived by site, not smell, and it lacks a shape of its own. Not that there are people whose senses don't work properly and perceive a smell along with a site, a problem with the way the brain processes the colour since there are no cells in your nose to smell colour. It isn't the same thing. The point of this was to show that you had a semantically/grammatically correct sentence which isn't sensible and is effectively gibberish. Similarly asking for impossibilities isn't to speak sensibly since we are not speaking of things which can ever be, let alone actually are. If I ask God not to exist, I have effectively said something which isn't sensible and something that cannot happen. If God is a necessary existent then it is impossible for him not to be, if it is impossible for him to not be, then he must always exist. God must, therefore, always exist. It is impossible for him not to, even if I ask him in such a scenario as you presented. Similarly the definition of a square necessary excludes a circle and vice-versa. If God gives the questioner anything it might be a good lesson in logic, I know I could use one. The issue is that two and five aren't arbitrary words lacking any grounded meaning, the value of 2.5 is not two and cannot be two since we are referring to. We might change what the word two stands for, but the actual form two necessarily isn't everything that isn't two. Thankfully they don't say that, especially since mantiq is a course taught in the introductory level of the hawza and because the books you would use to study it are all online with duruus accompanying them.
    2 points
  32. ۱. اختیار دارید.... Transliteration: ekhteeyaar daareed (aa is pronounced in the same way as "a" in the word "father") Literal Meaning: you have ekhtiar (ekhtiar means authority) Actual meaning: it is kind of you but it is not as you said Usage: when someone is saying good things about you or bad things about himself, you say "ekhtiyar darid" *this is considered a polite expression
    2 points
  33. Thanks for your input. I also find it strange how ahadith are full of future predictions, and how Qur'an, deals with past stories only, at least at first sight. As far as terminology is concerned, I found Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) adresses Muhammad (sawas) most of the times as Rasul, yet at one or several occasions He mentions him as Khatm al nabiyin, not Khatm al Mursalin. See this verse 33:40 : مَّا كَانَ مُحَمَّدٌ أَبَا أَحَدٍ مِّن رِّجَالِكُمْ وَلَـٰكِن رَّسُولَ اللَّـهِ وَخَاتَمَ النَّبِيِّينَ ۗ وَكَانَ اللَّـهُ بِكُلِّ شَيْءٍ عَلِيمًا So I find this vocab quite confusing, because that would mean Muhammad was a Rasul of Allah, and the seal of the Nabiyin. Meaning there shall be no Nabi after him. But as Muslims we are rather taught that there shall be no Rasul after him. Apologies if I am not making myself clear.
    2 points
  34. Peace upon all the martyrs who fought daesh(la) and those who defended the holy shrine of bibi Zeynab(عليه السلام), they have preceded us, peace be upon the martyrs to come!
    2 points
  35. notme

    Thoughts 2019

    When he was born he wasn't getting oxygen and had to be intubated and in the NICU for five days. That might have caused damage to his brain. His diagnosis is autism with significant speech/language delay. He is considered pre-verbal, not non-verbal. Aside from not talking and not liking changes to his routine, he is a healthy normal little boy, alhamdulilla. He will say "hungry" when he's hungry, and "toilet" when he needs to go, and he sometimes sings along or recites with the kids TV shows that we let him watch. Other than that, he uses gestures like reaching and jumping and he leads people to the thing or activity that he wants. He has a calm, pleasant disposition, which actually makes it harder to motivate him to speak. If something is difficult, he will contentedly move along to something else.
    2 points
  36. Here's my take, some of this info may be correct and some may need correcting: 1.) Shi'a Muslims have five prayers but the designated times they pray are three. So fajr is prayed by itself, zuhr will be prayed just before asr starts and then once zuhr finishes asr is prayed, same with maghreb and isha if I am not mistaken. Why? I believe that is what we have actually been told to do, the Qur'an mentions the prayer at dawn (fajr), the middle prayer (wusta) and the night prayer (Isha), that's three designated times we are told to observe and guard prayer, not five separately and Muslims would in the early times of Islam attend a small mosque to pray, so the designated times would be three but the specific prayers were five. These are the times Shi'a Muslims pray, at dawn, in the middle for zuhr and asr and at night for maghreb and Isha. 2.) The historicity of the 12th Imam has been debated, aside from hadiths, no I don't know of any written reports by non-Islamically inclined audiences at the time, would be good to see some though. My gut feeling is he did exist but without other sources his status is down to belief in what the hadiths say. 3.) His lectures are good, but like most, he does have a particular style on the mimbar/seat. He has a show on Imam Hussain TV on a Friday I think, that's better. There's another one I like, I think he's a Sayyid from the U.S., could even be from Dearborn, forget his name but he's knowledgeable without being pompous. Should know his name, he's a famous one.
    2 points
  37. I do not know of any jamaats or mosques that pray the 5 prayers spaced out, perhaps because of the element of congregational prayers being made as easy as possible (short surahs, minimal taaqibaat etc so that the elderly, sick, employed etc are not inconvenienced). Shia or Sunni sources? Depends on the language you prefer, and the type of content. I enjoy listening to Agha Panahian (available here with English subs). I also find Bahmanpour and Khalil Jaffer interesting to listen to. Are you familiar with Tafsir al Mizan? Available here though if you are fluent at Arabic, you would be better off getting the entire work. Agha Mahdi Pooya is also good one. Its available on al Islam then you check the Agha Pooya check box. I would however recommend ordering the hard copy. hope that helps. ws.
    2 points
  38. notme

    Thoughts 2019

    That one leaf I didn't make this photo. A photographer working in my home state did.
    2 points
  39. Yazid's letter to the governor of Medina as recorded in Abu Mikhnaf: وكتب في صحيفة كأنها أذن فارة: أما بعد فخذ حسينا, وعبد الله بن عمر, وعبد الله بن الزبير بالبيعة أخذا شديدا ليست فيه رخصة حتى يبايعوا, والسلام He had written a letter as small as a rat's ear (saying): "Now then, take from Husayn, Abdullah b. Umar, and Abdullah b. al-Zubayr allegiance with severity, do not spare them till they give pledge allegiance. And peace." He furthermore sought the counsel of Sarjawn b. Mansur (Sergius the Roman, father of John of Damascus) who was a scribe and bureaucrat of Mu'awiya and installed Ubayd-Allah b.Ziyad and ordered him to execute Muslim b. Aqil if he's found (Tabari). Considering his course of action against the Imam immediately from his ascension it seems plainly clear that he knew this would be the result of ordering Imam Husayn not the be spared unless pledges allegiance and establishing Ibn Ziyad as the governor of Kufah even if he didn't order the killing himself. لعن الله أمة قتلك ولعن الله أمة ظلمتك ولعن الله أمة سمعت بذلك فرضيت به
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  40. My soul is rotting after reading that. Geez astaghfirullah
    2 points
  41. Some people put forth their arguments from the verse where Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) says: إِنَّ اللَّه عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيرٌ The translations: Surely, Allah has power to will anything. surely Allah has power over all things. Allah is able to do all things. They assert that since Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is capable of doing all things or He has the power to do everything therefore, He can speak lie, He can be unjust, He can forget, He can err etc. (Na'udobillah). I have also seen a comment here on Shiachat where a person arguing that God even have the power to create another God, can have Son & wife. That person was calling himself a Muslim!! So what's left!! God can even resign from His status, He can start worshiping that God (na'udobillah). Any wrong interpretation of verse can take humanity directly into Hell. So what are the things which God cannot do? By "cannot do", I mean to say, things which does not suits to His being. He is pure of doing such things.None can expect such things from Him. Like in a verse of Chapter Taha, Prophet Musa (عليه السلام) said "My Lord errs not, neither He forgets". Like the verses of Al-Ikhlas says "He begets not nor is He begotten". And how should we deal with these sort of arguments?
    1 point
  42. Another strange argument comes from the question, in which one ask "Do you believe God can do everything? (innAllaha ala kulle shayin qadeer)", obviously we believe in it and we say yes. Then the person say therefore, He can speak lies, He can do anything, He can err, He can forget, even He can sin because there is no one who can stop Him. I am making a separate thread for this one.
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  43. If the nuggets were fried in corn oil would that not count as a vegetable?
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  44. A screen grab from a video of me eating locusts. Enjoy.
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  45. I personally like Sayid Muhammad Rizvi, I find his approach more fatherly and genuine. I also like the calm, composed style of Sayid Moustafa al Qazwini
    1 point
  46. My thought is that, we know Muhammad saw in large portions of his his life by separating them by their times. I would think that it would be good to at least do this once, especially in places dedicated to the religion. Not trying to be all saaaalaaafeeeee on it though, so don't take anything the wrong way. My wife and I, at times, would get caught up in things and combine. I feel it led to a definite drop in iman and structure when doing so. You see, I understand that a certain level of faith goes into this. Like, you have to have faith that Muhammad saw was a Prophet. You have to have faith that the Qur'an is the word of Allah azj, that Jesus will come back. In some certain circles in Sunni academia, faith that the Mahdi will come. I am not certain this is the case, but if I am wrong then I am wrong. If you do find out, message me. I do like the writings of Baqr as-Sadr ra and hold Sayid Fadlullah ra and Sayid Nasrullah in high regard. It would be nice to have something in English though. I have been to Shia masjids a few times but, honestly, I get nothing from it. Sunni masjids you can generally find dars and whatnot, I see a bunch of Urdu poetry at Shia masjids and I think "why bother"? Even if I did understand it, I didn't come to a naat session.
    1 point
  47. Maybe you can try some martial arts, it's a good way of letting out frustrations.
    1 point
  48. Quran313

    Sadness

    Maybe its because of Muharram. I feel sad in Muharram unintentionally. Sometimes I even forget its Muharram (especially first few days).
    1 point
  49. Note: An atheist was convinced by Imam Sadiq ((عليه السلام)) regarding God’s existence by narrating about creation of a peacock with such beautiful fluorescent feathers. He said a peacock has not come to existence by itsef but God has created it by saying; be and it came to existence immediately as intended by God. Its egg also contains yellow and colorless liquids which is miraculously hatched a peacock. https://www.imamreza.net/old/eng/imamreza.php?id=11488 “Abu Shakir, no one knows whether the chicken that is hatched from this egg, will be male or female. And when the chicken emerges from the egg, it has beautiful colors. (For example, consider the colorful feathers of the peacock. What power has so beautifully painted the chicken?). Is painting a chicken or a peacock less important that painting a picture? Could it be ever said that these paintings have painters but these natural colorings have arisen by themselves? Then, he said to Abu Shakir, “Don’t you agree that this egg and the chicken that is going to emerge from it with its attributes must have a thoughtful and wise Creator?” https://www.al-Islam.org/principles-shiite-creed-ayatullah-ibrahim-amini/lesson-4-order-faculty-thought https://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/en22416 https://globe.aqr.ir/portal/home/?news/33685/27076/989579/Imam-Jafar-ibn-Muhammad-al-Sadiq-...- Atheist & the egg Universe into an Egg? Shia Imam
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  50. Salam as I know Iran is only source for academic Shia Islam on Tibb learning but whole of courses are in Farsi & only available in Iran that you can see below http://traditional.sbmu.ac.ir/ http://tim.tums.ac.ir/
    1 point
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