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  1. Abu_Zahra

    Reverse Racism

    Racism is racism, doesn't matter who the perpetrator is and who the victim is. Anti white racism does exist, muslims should know this since many of them are guilty of it.
    7 points
  2. Abdul-Hadi

    Reverse Racism

    lol @ the idea that "white people have power" Go ahead and ask the white people in Appalachia exactly how much power they have. Shoot, go ahead and ask your average working class white person exactly how much power they wield in society. This ideology comes from the same place as the whole gay, gay, gay, trans, trans, trans, queer academic types, therefore I reject it. It doesn't matter what papers they have published in their own journals, this is part of a clearly political move to completely change Western society for the worse with more degeneracy, more consumerism, et al
    6 points
  3. The best way to change the world is to change ourselves. Just wanna remind you all of the good old saying, "be the change you want to see". If we want to see a world where there's no racism, let's address our own racist tendencies.
    3 points
  4. بَلِ الْإِنسَانُ عَلَى نَفْسِهِ بَصِيرَةٌ 75:14 I am a fallible human being. Fighting with myself, trying to force it and teach it to recognize & accept the truth in first place and then following & submitting to that truth. I find in myself, every bad traits and I am struggling for self purification. Currently, I am witness against myself that I deserve Hell as I have not yet achieved the goal and never worshiped, thanked & praised God as He ought to be worshiped, thanked & praised. The status of my salah is that different sort of thoughts get me while I am standing before Him. I feel this as I have done the shirk. My only hope in the Mercy of Almighty Lord which has enveloped everything and the love of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) in my heart. I have only recited the salawat with its true & pure intention and nothing else. Perhaps I have too killed the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and Imams (عليه السلام), I feel like this whenever my nafs was trying to stop me from doing a bad thing and I crush that inner voice and keep on doing that bad thing. I have not yet accepted, followed & worshiped the truth as it ought to be accepted, followed & worshiped. So yes, I find myself "Zalooman Jahoola", kanood, Zaloomun kuffar etc.
    3 points
  5. OrthodoxTruth

    Reverse Racism

    This is so true, White reverts are almost never taken seriously in Muslim communities even if they try hard by learning Arabic, praying everyday etc. in the eyes of many born Muslims and Arabs, they will always be converted outsiders. Ignorance.
    3 points
  6. Your advice is terrible. “Don’t listen to these guys because they don’t agree with me”. Use some critical thinking. Just because someone calls themselves Anti-fascist doesn’t actually make them Anti-fascist.
    3 points
  7. Moalfas

    Reverse Racism

    Re OP When a US store owner employs a Latino over a white worker because he perceives the white person to be lazy and the Latio to be a hard worker, that's Racism. That's both the store owner's prejudice and power coming into play - being the store owner, he holds the 'power'. So, yes white people can also experience racism even in white majority countries.
    3 points
  8. I personally don’t engage in any form or type of non-Islamic politics, because it has no influence whatsoever on my eventual salvation. As I mentioned previously, today’s anti-fascists, just as the neo-fascists, pose no real danger to the system of established governance. All of these groups are just social clubs where people look for acceptance and some sort of a life mission. I would say that 90% of people who engage in such activities eventually abandon them later in life.
    3 points
  9. Zaydism

    Reverse Racism

    A fundamental idea that seems to be circulating around the left in their campaigns and their stance against white privilege, is the belief that within western society (the U.S specifically) an individual cannot be racist towards a white person, but can only be prejudiced towards them. Stating that racism towards a person necessitates two components possessed by the individual - prejudice and power. Arguing that a white individual irrespective of their social status will always have the power principal i.e the government or the institutionalized bias. Therefore reverse racism is a myth and the only thing which a person of a Caucasian complexion can face is prejudice. What are your thoughts in regards to this 'reasoning' and do you believe that reverse racism is indeed a myth or otherwise. Please state your reasons why.
    2 points
  10. Antifa is not an organized group like ISIS or Al Qaeda, it really seems like a way to blanketly target anyone that's an enemy of the state.
    2 points
  11. THREE1THREE

    What shia lack in.

    If Allah sends his Lanat on the three then so can i, don’t open the door of forgiveness Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) doesn’t play games. Btw their many Sunnis who respect Mu’awiyah does that mean I should stop sending Lanat on them???
    2 points
  12. It's a good idea brother. In some ways it is similar to i'tikaaf.
    2 points
  13. Once you add 'by the permission of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)' you have essentially opened up every possibility because Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has no limits. To believe that something is not possible despite the permission of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is essentially kufr.
    2 points
  14. @Logic1234 We are all fallible, brother, and in need of God's mercy. Yet, our Lord is Merciful. His mercy is vaster than our sins. The Prophet صلّی الله عليه وآله وسلم says, الراحمون يرحمهم الرحمن، ارحموا من في الأرض يرحمكم من في السماء Those who are kind to others, God will be kind to them; Be kind to those on earth; and He who is in heaven will be kind to you!
    2 points
  15. لَّا إِلَهَ إِلَّا أَنتَ سُبْحَانَكَ إِنِّي كُنتُ مِنَ الظَّالِمِينَ رَبِّ أَوْزِعْنِي أَنْ أَشْكُرَ نِعْمَتَكَ الَّتِي أَنْعَمْتَ عَلَيَّ وَعَلَىٰ وَالِدَيَّ وَأَنْ أَعْمَلَ صَالِحًا تَرْضَاهُ وَأَصْلِحْ لِي فِي ذُرِّيَّتِي ۖ إِنِّي تُبْتُ إِلَيْكَ وَإِنِّي مِنَ الْمُسْلِمِينَ
    2 points
  16. Sirius_Bright

    Universe

    I haven't insulted him. Not being dust of the foot means 'cannot be compared'. Since Ibne Arabi believed and wrote all kufr and shirk, he cannot be compared to me. It's my opinion. This forum allows those things about Mu'awiyah. Mu'awiyah is highly revered my most sunnis. And again I didn't insulted. Read your own books. So many sunni scholars have called him kafir. Go lecture them.
    2 points
  17. OrthodoxTruth

    Universe

    Never claimed he was a Persian. Shows how little you know about Shia Islam. You can stay from whatever you want, I’ll keep to the orthodox version of my faith. You are nobody to issue religious rulings what represents Shia Islam and what doesn’t. I go by the writings of our classical scholars who condemned tasawwuf, falsafa, and Sufi mystics. Ibn Arabi and other mystics believe in wahdat al-wujud, that everything is Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and there is only one existent (mawjud), which runs against the orthodox Shi’ite beliefs. Allamah Majlisi (ha) in his Aqaid al-Islam (p. 48) writes that the doctrine of wahdat al-wujud “constitutes of greatest unbelief (kufr)”. Sayyid Muhammad Kazim al-Tabatabaei al-Yazdi (ha) in his al-‘Urwa al-wuthqa (vol. 1, p. 145) writes that “there is no doubt about the ritual impurity (najasa) of the ghulat, the khawarij, the nawasib, those who ascribe a body to Allah (mujassima), those who are determinists (mujbira), and the Sufis who believe in wahdat al-wujud since they mix the practice of Islam with their corrupt ideas and practices.” Ibn Arabi was attacked not only on the basis of belief in wahdat al-wujud, but also for other beliefs that run contradictory to Shia Islam. He, as other Sunni Sufis, denied the eternal punishment in the hereafter, which emphasise his belief in determinism (jabriyya). Sufis hold everyone to be equal, they practice sulh-i kull and consider no one to be bad, hence undermining the Shi’i belief in walayat and bara’at (Qummi, Radd-i sufiyya, p. 147). Read further on irfan and tasawwuf in Muhammad Tahir Qummi’s (ha) Radd-i sufiyya, Muhammad Ali b. Muhammad Mu’min Husayni Tabatabaei Bihbahani Shirazi’s (ha) al-Radda’ al-sufiyya wa al-falasifa, the latter is a great critique of Mulla Sadr and the Sufi belief in wahdat al-wujud. Sayyid Muhammad Ali Bihbahani (ha) completely eradicated Sufism in Kermanshah, and numerous Persian cities. He wrote a fierce criticism of Sufism Khayratiyyah dar ibtal tariqat Sufiyya. Allamah Bihbahani (ha) stroke such a fear among Sufis, that they nicknamed him “Sufi killer.” For more contemporary criticism see for example the works of Sayyid Muhammad Taqi Mudaressi (al-irfan al-islami) or Sayyid Qasim Ali-Ahmadi (Tanzih al-ma’bud...). Bring forth arguments from scholarly books instead of throwing tantrums and insults at anyone who disagrees with you. If you want to take your religion from a Sunni Sufi, and are ready to die defending him, it is up to you, but don’t expect all the others to automatically agree. He hasn’t insulted anyone, but just pointed out that we follow the school of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام), and not Sunni Sufism. Your censorship mentality is the same mentality that the Wahhabis have, if someone disagrees, you want to shut him down. Bring forth your proofs from Shia SCHOLARLY books why we should take our religion from ibn Arabi, Rumi, Ibn Sina, and the likes instead of getting angry.
    2 points
  18. hasanhh

    Thoughts 2020

    l went to three stores today. At the first, two store employees were wearing masks. l was. Nobody else in the store or parking lot. Went to the 2nd store. That employee was. No other customers and nobody in parking lot. Went to the supermarket. 0ne man in parking lot was wearing a mask, but the woman he was with was not. ln the store, l saw one girl employee wearing a mask, but no other employees l saw were. Then tonight, the news was showing parties in Russia, events in America where no one was masked. And the unmasked at these George Floyd protests and riots [these last 6 days]. My thought was what my father said several times: once a people loses their sense of physical well being then everything else goes with it. lts been a few years since l Iast posted this on S.C, yet since the early 70s, Americans have gotten continuously more reckless. l wonder which way eveything collapses . . . and anytime now.
    2 points
  19. If Iran makes a vaccine, it will be good because they will share it with their neighbors. If another Muslim country makes a vaccine, they probably won't share with Iran.
    2 points
  20. Funny thing, you can’t ban the Antifa as it is not an organisation, it comprises autonomous activist groups that meet for protests or actions and then disperse. There’s no structure, membership or leaders. They really demonise this movement, which in this day and era is nowhere near as radical even. In the past far-left groups used to set off bombs and assassinate state officials. Nowadays they march in protests and leave antifascist stickers behind.
    2 points
  21. Abu Nur

    What shia lack in.

    Have an open mind and good aklahq and not blindly follow your respected scholars in all of the possible fields.
    2 points
  22. ShiaofAli12

    Thank You ShiaChat!

    Assalamu Alaikum, This site has been a great blessing, the people involved in it are great, the community, everything! Alhamdulillah through this community so many of my questions have been answered (Not just directly but also through other people asking similar questions). Like at so many times, i felt like losing hope only for it to be revived almost instantaneously. You guys mashAllah are very knowledgeable, and through you guys Allah has helped me. InshAllah, you will be able to have the same impact on me to other Shias around the world looking for answers. Jazakum Allah
    1 point
  23. notme

    Reverse Racism

    Government is a social construct. So is money. Social construct means something that doesn't exist in nature that human societies came up with to make civilization manageable.
    1 point
  24. The prophets character has been altered by Ahlulbid’ah wal Jama’a , so to know the prophets true character on should look towards the prophets reflection imam ali
    1 point
  25. I heard this was misinformation spread by bots on twitter butttt wee dont know
    1 point
  26. To further demonise the protests. The rioting and destruction are truly sad and have taken away lots of attention from a serious and just cause.
    1 point
  27. Monday,01June2020 The news this morning said with the George Floyd protests outside the White House and in Lafyette Park -with objects thrown and fires set- Trump was "evacuated" into the White House Bunker "out of an abundance of caution." Why? George Washinton stood in the window until the rioters dispersed. Richard Nixon worked in the Oval Office while rioting students smashed on the buses brought in to ring the White House grounds. Besides, with Trump inside the White House, anyone who jumped the fence will be automatically shot down; and if a mass rush occured, the Secret Service will shoot them off the fence. So why the theatrics?
    1 point
  28. eThErEaL

    Universe

    Wa Alaykum Salam, The universe as I am using this term is akin to a dream in which there are dream objects and dream people. The people in the dream can have an age, a history, they can come and go, the dream objects also can have an age or a history, they come and go. But the dream itself does not begin or end in relation to any of the contents (dream objects and dream people) of dream. Sure, there can be a dream universe (within the dream) that can be said to have begun X billions of years ago... but the real universe of the dream is the dream itself which is relatively ageless (relatively ageless because it has no beginning or end that can be measured from within the dream itself). Yes, the dream itself does have A beginning and end relative to our waking state (when we are awake we say, my dream began and ended sometime while I was asleep. But think about our actual universe. What is our actual universe? Is our actual universe what we “say” it is? No! Whatever it is, it cannot possibly Have a beginning or an end by any standard of measurement from within the universe itself. Relative to another universe outside of it, it can have a beginning and an end! So the hereafter (the life of the next world can be this “other” universe) and therefore can be a means to measure this universe just like how our waking state can be a standard of measurement for our dream, but nothing “within” the dream can measure the dream. I hope I am clear in what I am trying to say.
    1 point
  29. اللهم صَلِّ على محمّد خير خلقك أجمعين O'Allah, send your blessings upon Mohammed, the best of all your creation; و صَلِّ على عليّ أمير المؤمنين و فاطمة الزهراء و الحسن و الحسين And send your blessings upon Ali, the Master of believers and Fatima Al-Zahra and both Hassan and Hussain; اللهم صلّ على عليّ بن الحسين و محمد بن عليّ و جعفر بن محمد و موسى بن جعفر و عليّ بن موسى و محمد بن عليّ و عليّ بن محمد و الحسن بن عليّ O'Allah, send your blessings upon Ali son of Hussain, Mohammed son of Ali, Ja'far son of Mohammed, Musa son of Ja'far, Ali son of Musa, Mohammed son of Ali, Ali son of Mohammed and Hassan son of Ali; اللهم صلّ على القائم المنتظر الحجة بن الحسن و اجعلنا من أنصاره و اعوانه إلهٓ الحقّ آمين O'Allah, send your blessings upon the Awaited Riser, The Hujja (Proof) son of Hassan, and bless us in that we become his supporters and helpers, O'Allah of Haqq Ameen.
    1 point
  30. I was referring to Iranian government, not Nigerians themselves. I know, they became Shias but through modern Iranian understanding, Khameneism, better than nothing I guess. Bizzare actions is denying and suppressing orthodox Shi’ite beliefs and practices such as tabarra, azadari rituals etc. to appease others, who hate us anyways and it won’t change even if all of us would of became like them.
    1 point
  31. Lolz, wiki is an open source web, every one can write there whatever they want. The views of khoei are in agreement with ijma of all ulemas in this age, and if you were right about your claim, the great number of Mujtahids would not have differed to ijma which you claim. About Allama Abbas kazmi, there are many ulemas in this age that say things that aren't said or meant by our Aaimah such as Jawad Naqvi. So, it doesn't mean they are right about what they say. Brother, about the hadith you mentioned and claims to be sahih if it's in reality Sahih, it means that read the best what Imams read in Qunoot and Tashud not with what you come up with in your mind.
    1 point
  32. Jacob(Israel) was called the son of God, in gensis the righteous men were called the sons of God and also the messagers of God were called the sons of God. John 10:34-37 34Jesus answered them, “Is it not written in your Law, ‘I have said you are “elohim (godly people)” ’ ? 35If He called them ‘elohim(godly people)-(Psalms 82:6),’ to whom the word of God came—and Scripture cannot be set aside— 36what about the one whom the Father set apart as his very own [representative] and sent to the world? Why then do you accuse me of blasphemy because I said, ‘I am the son of God’? 37Do not believe me unless I do the works of my Father. the Jews took “I and the Father are one” literally and accused jesus of blasphemy by saying he claimed to be God. Jesus refutes them by quoting Pslams 82:6, which is about God’s Messengers, it calls the Messengers “elohim” jesus is challenging them on that particular passage coz they Jews knew that “elohim” was simply an expression meaning “godly people”, jesus was pointing out if saying “I and the Father are one” is blasphemy then so is psalms 82:6 jesus was making it clear that what he said was an expression meaning one in purpose. Pslams 82:6 calls the messengers also the sons of God 6“I said, ‘You are “gods”; you are all sons of the Most High.’ After Jesus refutes them he says to them, 36what about the one whom the Father set apart as his very own [representative] and sent to the world? Why then do you accuse me of blasphemy because I said, ‘I am the son of God’? over here jesus takes advantage of Pslams 82:6 in the very last passage and uses the expression “son of God” to make it clear that he is not God rather he is a Messenger of God like the previous messengers before him. Mark 10:17-18 Jesus questions a questioner for calling him “good teacher” and says at the end only God is good alone. Jesus didn’t want any sort of praise rather he wanted all praise to God almighty. This passage makes it clear that Jesus is not God otherwise he wouldn’t question the questioner and say only God is good ALONE.
    1 point
  33. At the end of the day, it comes down to this: either pray the way the aimmah (عليه السلام) did, which is the sunnah, or invent your own method. I think it's quite clear which option is the right one.
    1 point
  34. Russia hands over MiG-29 fighter jets to Syria https://en.abna24.com/news//russia-hands-over-mig-29-fighter-jets-to-syria_1042026.html
    1 point
  35. The BBC - Russia and Turkey risk turning Libya into another Syria By Jeremy Bowen SubhanAllah, it's all Russia and Turkey's fault. Not like the west had anything to do with bombing Libya into 'democracy'.. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-52846879
    1 point
  36. Zaydism

    Reverse Racism

    The way things are moving and the hate the white male is receiving for being a descendant of colonizers and oppressors there may soon come a time when the white man will fear for being white, or will always be served last and ridiculed, because the system that is being established is one that is literally seeking to flip the tables instead of clear the scales.
    1 point
  37. hasanhh

    Reverse Racism

    Wrong-oh The proper word here is "context".
    1 point
  38. Moalfas

    Reverse Racism

    This might help inform the thread DEFINITIONS • Prejudice refers to irrational or unjustifiable negative emotions or evaluations toward persons from other social groups, and it is a primary determinant of discriminatory behavior (Friske, Gilbert, & Gardner, 2010). • Discrimination refers to inappropriate treatment of people because of their actual or perceived group membership and may include both overt and covert behaviors, including microaggressions, or indirect or subtle behaviors (e.g., comments) that reflect negative attitudes or beliefs about a nonmajority group. • Racism refers to prejudice or discrimination against individuals or groups based on beliefs about one’s own racial superiority or the belief that race reflects inherent differences in attributes and capabilities. Racism is the basis for social stratification and differential treatment that advantage the dominant group. It can take many forms, including explicit racial prejudice and discrimination by individuals and institutions (e.g., Jim Crow laws after the Reconstruction) as well as structural or environmental racism in policies or practices that foster discrimination and mutually reinforcing social inequalities (e.g., attendance policies that favor a majority group). Racism can also take the form of unconscious beliefs, stereotypes, and attitudes toward racial groups in the form of implicit bias (e.g., assuming limited ability when students speak non-standard English; fearful responses to verbal or physical behavior of non-White students; Staats, Capatosto, Wright, & Jackson, 2016). Other forms of racism are modern symbolic racism in which individuals deny the continued existence of racial inequality while contributing to discrimination and aversive racism through ingroup favoritism for the dominant racial group (Bailey et al., 2017; Friske et al., 2010). Source: NASP (National Association of School psychologists)
    1 point
  39. 2000hrsEDT Likely Mass Casualty Event ? -Minneapolis DeutscheWelle LIVE A "tanker truck" --unclear if one frame or semi-tractor-trailer has ploughed into a crowd--- Change .... a semi-tanker has ploughed into a crowd blocking a highway at a high rate of speed. The TV is close now but l do not see any bodies. There was no police until about ten cop cars rushed in at about 2002hrsEDT l do not see any bodies on the pavement. The semi sped-up as it blew its horn, No ambulances yet. ADDED: Unclear how the truck was stopped, but witnesses -closer than the DW crew was-- say that the crowd attacked the driver.
    1 point
  40. Naive and silly. American Political Class doesn't engage in bombings of ME because of 9/11, that was just the pretext they needed to invade almost 20 years ago. Real reason US bombs ME is because Kissinger's world order (which they still want to build) requires the ME to be unstable and disunited
    1 point
  41. When salafis from Isis blasted the shrine of sahabi Uwais al qarni, Hujr ibn adi, Nabi Yunus (عليه السلام) and shot footage, no one claimed Iranians did it.
    1 point
  42. islam25

    What shia lack in.

    That is ok I can see even within Shia how opposition is against Khomini ra and Ayatollah khamnaie. So we need a good introspection and acknowledge facts .Then we can proceed. Unfortunate for us is that we have enough time and effort to fight a few deferences. But we don't have intellect to be united when most of our basics is common.
    1 point
  43. Hadi5

    What shia lack in.

    Education is most important thing to come out of this crisis. Second listen and promote good scholars who truly know Islam. Third give Dawah that too with respect and hikmah.Refrain from talking bad and insulting.
    1 point
  44. My wish list is as follows: 1. Financial stability in a career that I actually enjoy 2. A loving, dedicated Muslim wife who is healthy enough to have 3 (Insha'allah 5) children 3. A little respect from the people I care about (family, friends, immediate neighbors). The opinions of randos in my community don't mean much to me at all & I don't think highly of myself enough to think that I deserve respect from those outside my social/familial circle. there are three more that are really important to me 4. To know the objective truth about what's really going on in the world 5. The end of my country's govt class' antagonism toward Iran & friendly relations with the Islamic republic. 6. The end of wars prosecuted by this same political class
    1 point
  45. eThErEaL

    Universe

    I recommend you to you edit your comment.
    1 point
  46. Moalfas

    Is iran responsible?

    In a nutshell, every country involved bares some responsibility, just how much responsibility is very subjective. Remember that there's the US, UK, Israel, Saudi, Turkey, Qatar, Russia, China and Iran etc They all bare responsibility.
    1 point
  47. @Ashvazdanghe @313 Seeker @Mohammad313Ali @A_A @Hayy ibn Yaqzan With the exception of the shield, this one didn't turn out too bad. (EDIT): I'm actually enjoying drawing these names even more than I thought I would. It's really cool to be able to create something beautiful that isn't a picture of a person or animal (which I can't draw anyway for whatever reason), so I think I understand now why most Muslims do not draw living creatures (I can occasionally do flowers and trees if I want to spend a really long time drawing slowly). What could I add in the empty space to the lower right of that beautiful name?
    1 point
  48. The Bin Laden family is a very large, wealthy, well-known family in Saudi Arabia who have dissociated from and denounced Osama Bin Laden, who they hadn't seen even before the 9/11 attacks.
    1 point
  49. This is rude behavior. Just letting you know. God chooses people. And Imam Ali (عليه السلام) is an Imam from eternity. And yes I am Sunni. And because I am of Ahlul Sunnah wal Jamah this is why I am A Shia of Imam Ali (عليه السلام). We don’t deny any of that. And yes, I am Sunni. it requires understanding from the heart. Not beliefs and dogma of a cult. You are veiled and imprisoned without you realizing it by the deceptive knowledge (Shubuhat) that has been fed into you all these years. You are already assuming so many things about me that it has become impossible to even discuss anything with you. Because I am not a dogmatic cult follower. This might sound bizarre to most of you. My religion is not a religion of dogmatic beliefs and blind reasoning. My religion, inshallah, is that tasted and experienced. I know the truth when I experience it. I don’t know the truth by mere conceptualizations and rationalizations. One can rationalize anything. Even People who lack faith can be the best in rationalizing their lack of faith. There probably was a time when Shiaism was strong, but this Shiaism was the Shiaism that was during the time of the Shiite Imams themselves. Maybe there are some few exceptional Shias who have access to the 12th Imam (عليه السلام). But, by and large, I can see that Shiasm has By a large extent become decayed and corrupt. It is now mostly dead. It is becoming IMpOSSIBLE to resuscitate. The damage is too great now. The only solution is to follow Ahlul Sunnah Wal Jamah (and that also one has to look for Traditional Sunnis who ARE ALIVE AND WHO CAN GIVE LIFE TO DEAD HEARTS). Only the one who is alive can activate life in someone else. One who is dead cannot give life to dead hearts. you asked me For my proof. My proof is for me and me alone. My proof is my experience. My experience of a tree that does not yield good fruit is proof that the tree is decayed. I see the communities are dead. The tree is therefore dead. salams
    1 point
  50. every year they make Hajj less religious until it becomes just an ordinary gathering Prophet (pbu): O Salman! At end time, the Riches would seek Hajj for fun and pleasure, the middle class for business, and the poor for the parade . Bihar Al'Anwar V6 p 305 http://entezar.ahlolbait.com/content/حج-در-آخرالزمان
    1 point
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