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  1. No, regime is a code word. When you listen to the news or read a news story, if a country is called out with the code word "regime" it means the western countries do not like that country's government and they want you to know that.
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  2. Salaam gang, A couple of questions real quick: 1.) When Imam Mahdi (a) appears/reappears will he be bringing an entirely new religion? That is to say, a new religion completely and totally? Or will he bring Islam...but an Islam entirely rebranded and renewed...revived, invigorated and perfected to the point where it's nonrecognizable from the Islam we've grown accustomed to during the modern era? 2.) There exists some ʾaḥādīṯh about him changing or abrogating or tweaking the Sharīʿah in some way...can someone elaborate on this? Are these ʾaḥādīṯh considered weak or strong or is there some type of special interpretation for these sayings? If the Sharīʿah is immutable then how can he (a) change it?...i.e. "He (Mahdi) will do what the Prophet did. He will demolish whatever proceeds him just as the Prophet demolished the structure of the Time of Ignorance (Jāhilīyah)"..."He (Mahdi) will come with a New Cause - just as Muhammad, at the beginning of Islam, summoned the people to a New Cause - and with a new book and a new religious law (Sharīʿah), which will be a severe test for the Arabs."
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  3. I think what he (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف) will do is rebrand it and remove all innovations that is practiced by Muslims, there will be no sect, all of us will follow the truth. Except the kuffars who will fight with us.
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  5. The Shah, King Farouk and Batista all hail from same despotic school of thought...anti-Castro Cubans in exile love to cry and reminisce about unfounded glory days prior to the Communist revolution...the entire island of Cuba was basically a glorified house of ill repute for the Americans...corruption was deeply ingrained in Havana's highest institutions...the loftiest individuals and families affiliated with the government (and military) were heavily immersed in gambling and the drug trade...Castro chased out the Italian mafia / mob à la Godfather 2…pre-revolution socioeconomic situation was horrendous because the economy was U.S. controlled...post-revolution struggling economy is largely due to the American embargo...a lot of similar lessons to be learned and a lot of corresponding parallels to be drawn when comparing Iran to Cuba
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  6. It's used in a pejorative connotation.
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  7. I'm no Iranian but just from pictures Iran looks more Islamic then the Shas time. Even if it's "superficial" it's a huge improvement. Hijab is a better platform to build Islam on then mini skirts.
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  8. Once the collapsed buildings are cleared and all the bodies are taken from underneath the rubble and the mass graves, and the other ways Zionists have tried to lower the death count by obviscation then... The count will be much higher than 35,000. It could be 200,000. I think this is what he is trying to say. Given the circumstances that exist in Gaza, he is saying it will be much higher than 35,000. 35,000 is only the official count from the Gaza Health Ministry based on the bodies that they have identified and matched with their health records. It is a list of 35,000 names, matched with official records. Ralph Nader is probably the only politician in the US (well him and Rashida Tlaib) that I trust what they say. The rest are just liars and pieces of garbage. Most likely 10% of the population of Gaza has already been murdered by the Zionists. Imagine if this was done to any other population what the repercussions would be. Los Angeles, with a population of 3 million and 300,000 were murdered. Mexico City with a population of 8 million and 800,000 were murdered. Not died in a natural disaster but murdered by a government. What would happen to that government ? Except if it's the Zionist State then nothing happens and it's business as usual. The only thing that keeps me from losing my mind in all of this is that I know that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is watching and he will punish those oppressors and the punishment of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) cannot be withstood by the heavens or the earth. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is Mirsad (always watching).
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  9. When you get notice that goods have been shipped from manufacturer and he already got payment from you, will you do that ? Just ask yourself why dropshipping has a bad name. Precisely because in trade, middlemen are the last ones who can afford a loss. A customer can admit being scammed and move on. A seller cannot give up his margin repeatedly because he put effort in an activity for which being at loss will be a personal and financial failure. I have done ecommerce - at low scale - and believe me, even too customer-friendly return policies can make you mad sometimes. But rules are rules in trade, denying someone his or her right is extremely grave. Even for a $30 item.
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  10. United States against 'foreign agents bill' in Georgia Seems like a very sensible law to me https://www.theguardian.com/world/article/2024/may/14/us-warns-georgia-not-to-side-with-moscow-against-the-west
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  11. US pressuring other Arab states to send 'peace-keeping' forces to Gaza but does not want to be present there itself ... I think the logic is that if they can keep their own countries' populations subservient to American interests, they can do the same job in Palestine. https://www.ft.com/content/063e4b92-753a-4c9a-bbd4-e1ed40d20c62 One side of the calculation is that it will take the pressure off the Israelis if it's just Arabs brutalising Arabs to control Gaza. What's missing is that it could blowback on the regimes sending soldiers to Palestine.
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  12. To be honest, i dont know where the idea of the brothers of Yusuf(عليه السلام) being envied comes from...i mean, there were lots of people coming from everywhere to gain sustenance from Egypts food, so a caravan of some people on camels seems to not be an outlier worthy of envy, but what do i know? Clearly the mufaseer have more knowledge than i do
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  13. Allahumma salli ala muhammadiw wa ali muhammadin wa ajjil faraja hum Rabbinee lima anzalta ilayya min khayrin faqir Allahumma innee urreedu an atazawwaja faqaddir lee minan nisaa-I a’fihunna farjajan wa ah’fadh’ihunna lee fee nafsihaa wa awsa-i-hunna lee rizwan wa a-dhamahunna lee barakatan fee nafsihaa wa maaleee faqaddir lee minhaa waladan tayyiban tajaluhoo khalafan saalihan fee hayaatee wa ba`da mawtee. Oh Allah! I desire to marry, so arrange for me a woman from those who willingly abstain from what is unlawful and who safeguards her soul for my sake and because of her, not only my means of sustenance will increase, but also make there be in it abundance and also make it sure that she will give me a virtuous son, who will be a noble successor in my life and after my death. Ya Rabb, help me in finding a good wife in the same boat as me, who also understands and accepts me as I am. May she find peace and be filled with joy wherever she goes. May she have the strength and courage to find me, love me and live with me. May she find and be filled with much wisdom and clarity in her words and from her experiences. May she in her kindness, share these experiences with me and help us grow together. Verily with hardship comes ease. (إِنَّ مَعَ الْعُسْرِ يُسْرًا - 94:6) Ya Rabb, You alone know what is truly in my heart. You alone know my struggles and pain, Al-Wadud. I feel unbearably lonely and do not wish to incur Your displeasure by remaining unmarried, Al-'Aziz!
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  14. Salaam everyone, So Im reading Surah Yusuf out of the Agha Mahdi Pooya Quran with tafseer. I came to ayah 12;67 which is in regards to what Prophet Yaqoub(عليه السلام) advised his sons when they were returning to Egypt. ". And said *he: "O' my sons! Enter ye not by one gate, but enter ye by different gates; and I cannot avail you aught against God; judgment is only God's; On Him do I rely; and on Him (only) let the reliants rely." So in the margins, there are notes about this ayah and they say: To avoid being envied by the people, they were advised to enter separately by different doors. This indicates that Islam does not discard the effect of the evil eye, and there are authentic traditions from the Holy Prophet indicating that there are some the evil of whose sight affect the other objects. The remedy for it is firm trust in God. There are particular prayers for this -there are authentic records of the actual instances in support of this Rv. 39:38, 14:11
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  15. Nasrallah Destroys Israel In Fiery Speech - Richard Medhurst - 11 minutes 22 seconds
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  16. Hey, if you're taken with a guy and have a busy life what's the point of being on here and complaining with other Shia's, that makes no sense. This is why I barely go on here now. Sad how "Shia" girls and "Shia" guy wants to hurl insults and jabs at each other.
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  17. That's not the experience I have had, I even was in many pro iran spaces and we would have constant zionist trolls, hindutva trolls, spew their nonsense, we would tolerate it and dismantle their garbage and then ban them when they resort to insults or threats of doxing. People who support iran calling others zios, etc.. is normal given the 24/7 psyops by the western world. It's like when you safely assume 80% of anti palestine trolls on the internet are either hasbara idf soldiers or some ignorant american who just learnt about gaza 3 minutes ago. This is a reasonable response. Yes it has it's issues, rouhani ruined the economy, thankfully that lunatic is not leading the country anymore. Hopefully iranians have learnt to not elect a reformist fool again. They are not elected to serve us, they are elected to serve Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) will and make this world a better place, it's an islamic republic not a peoples republic.
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  18. I don't see any reason why this couldn't be the case.
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  19. If if he is making a website promoting the false beliefs of christianity I dont think its all good. That is telling others to do so.
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  20. thank you all for your replies, I might just withdraw my application. @Future_Banker_Insha Allah, the listing itself is very vague. but I will probably have to setup a system for collecting donations for the church which I guess counts as 'promoting another religion' because of me acting as a funnel for its operational costs. Better safe than sorry i guess.
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  21. Brother I am saying that we need to be better in our Deen so we can be ready for our Imam (aj)
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  22. Eskandar

    Alawis

    These scholars were the elite of the Shia. Shaykh al-Tusi (رضي الله عنه) birth was a miraculous one after supplication by Imam Zaman a.t.f.s for his father to have a child, Shaykh al-Tusi (رضي الله عنه) was known as Sheikh of the sect and founded the Hawza of Najaf. You think our elite like al-Tusi (رضي الله عنه) wouldn't know about such a hadeeth by Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (عليه السلام) ? Instead the Sheikh writes the following in al-Kashshi's rijal book in regards to Ibn Nusayr: 999 – Nasr b. as-Sabah said: al-Hasan b. Muhammad, known as Ibn Baba, and Muhammad b. Nusayr an-Numayri and Faris b. Hatim al-Qazwini, `Ali b. Muhammad al-`Askari عليه السلام cursed those three. Sheikh al-Ghada'iri (رضي الله عنه) says about Mufaddal: "A lot of fabricated material has been attributed to him. The Ghulat have launched a full-scale attack on his narrations (i.e. they have invaded his original corpus infiltrating it with their own ideas)’ Sheikh al-Najashi (رضي الله عنه) says: "A number of books are listed as authored by him but they are not to be depended upon." So it was obvious to the Sheikhs in the 11th century that the Ghulat have infiltrated Mufaddal's narrations and the hadeeth about Nusayr which you posted is found in Bihar al-Anwar which was compiled 5 centuries later and in other book Hilliyat al-Abrar fi Ahwal Muhammad wa Aalihi al-Athar which was finished in the 17th century. The hadeeth has clear signs of forgery by the Ghulat. Why would Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (عليه السلام) prophesise about Nusayr, but not about the 4 deputies and gates of the Imam? According to Sheikh al-Tusi Nusayr started claiming that he was the bab of the Imam a.t.f.s after the first bab passed away. Why would the Imam (عليه السلام) not prophesise about the first gate of the Imam but about Nusayr. The third bab of the Imam a.t.f.s was Abu l-Qasim (رضي الله عنه), here is what one of our great scholars Sheikh al-Nawbakhti (رضي الله عنه), who lived at that time, says about him: "The one who has appointed Husayn b. Ruh is wiser than us, since my duty is debating with their enemies. If I knew Imam's (a) place as Abu l-Qasim [Husayn] knows, maybe in the middle of argument I would disclose it to the enemy; while, if Abu l-Qasim has hidden Imam (a) under his cloak, he would never uncover him even if he is sliced to pieces." So the Imam (عليه السلام) would not prophesise about Abu l-Qasim who would not reveal the place of the Imam (عليه السلام) even if he is sliced to pieces but he would prophesise about Nusayr by name? It is a hadeeth with clear signs of forgery by the Ghulat and our Scholars have said that the Ghulat have infiltrated Mufaddal's narrations and the supposed prophecy about Nusayr is narrated exactly by Mufaddal. The 4 were called deputy (na'ib), emissary (safir), and gate (bab) of the Imam a.t.f.s and they were the only true gates of the Imam (عليه السلام) in the Minor Occultation.
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  23. 123xo

    Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

    Idk what to call this but it's mix and match of different things together literally takes 15mins all up. 2mins noodles cook alone then peeled prawns cook for like 10mins then mix it with the noodles then Coleslaw mix (added after do not cook it) & avocado. xo
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  24. Hezbollah Thwarts Israeli Infiltration Attempts into Lebanese Territory https://english.almanar.com.lb/2057750
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  26. ...not a member of Netanyahu's coalition... but still
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  27. Well, the Abbasids may have successfully redirected certain Shi'i concepts or rerouted Shi'i fervor to achieve specific military objectives and political ambitions...but themes of 1.) Mahdism and 2.) occultation are reoccurring postulations that can be traced all the way back to fledgling Shi'ism...for example, the Kaysāniyyah predate the political ascendancy of the Abbasids and they upheld the Imamate of Ibn al-Hanafiyyah (peace be upon him) and they maintained he was the Mahdi and believed he went into a state of occultation.....Prophet Muhammad died in 632...Kaysāniyyah formed around the personality of al-Mukhtār (may Allah be pleased with him) in 685...and Abu Muslim led his uprising in 747...it's commonly understood that the Abbasids initially ruled in a lenient and liberal manner...they became oppressive and harsh sometime later...if they formulated false doctrines to fool the multitudes into submission and compliance it must have happened long after 747...simply put...the theory that Mahdism and occultation were opium doctrines minted to lullaby the masses into a sleep falls flat on its face...we have historical evidence of the doctrines proliferating some 100 - 150 years before the revolution of Abu Muslim...inclinations revolving around ideas of apocalyptic expectation and other associated eschatological tenets were already being circulated some 50 years after the death of Muhammad (peace be upon him)
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  28. This is because many of them conflate 'wahdat al-mawjud' (Unity of the 'Existents' and 'Everything is God', astaghfirullah) with 'wahdat al-wujud' (Unity of 'Existence'). Existent=\= Existence. As Sayyid Kadhim Yazdi (rh) in his Sharh Urwat al-Wuthqa has said, the former belief is shirk, while the latter isn't. I'm not very big on philosophical speculation and metaphysical nitpicking in aqaid myself, but takfir of the ulama, who have more love for the Ahlul Bayt (ams) and more knowledge of their teachings in their toenails than all of us combined, is a very serious matter.
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  29. One mans mystic is another mans deviant. They called Allama Tabatabai a deviant too, then when he passed away they all praised him. simple minds cannot fathom certain ideas and beliefs. Follow whatever path is comfortable for you. Anyways big up my homies Allama Tabatabai, Syed Ali Qazi, Grandmaster Behjat! Fire pon deh Babylon who mek Trouble, Rastafarai stand alone !
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  30. Theres a reason they are in the west to begin with. Its like saying: How come I see so many people in a resturant and they are all hungry?
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  31. Salam the Supreme Leader is doing his best for making a better life for his nation but goal of Hawza is spreading true message of Islam around the world so when somebody from a foreigner country finished his enough teaching for spreading of Shia Islam after few years in Iran must back again to his country & spreads true Shia Islam but there is no ban that he can back to Iran for further studies or introducing new ones to Hawza as it predicted near to reappearance of Imam Mahdi (aj) science & knowledge will spread from Hawza of Qom around the world to prepare people for reappearance that whole world is nation of Imam Mahdi (aj) as now that Shia community around the world is nation of Supreme Leader that by nationality Iran has priority but he cares about rest of Muslims specially Shia Muslims around the world.
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  32. Salam the most difference is becoming Iran a Shia Islamic power without need to foreign powers that before revolution it's power was based on dependability to America 10 Incredible ways Iran has Progressed since the Islamic Revolution | BISKIT
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  33. Shah of Iran & Mike Wallace on the Jewish Lobby - 35 Yrs ago Iran’s last Shah - the fifth estate
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  34. You think because I am not replying that I do not have a reply? I am not interested in having a discussion with you. I have seen you exaggerate and lie before in earlier discussions and I am not interested in talking to someone who lies and exaggerates. Please refrain from talking to me, I truly do not enjoy your existence.
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  35. Cool story bro, go tell it to someone who cares about your opinion.
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  36. What is this piece of garbage rant? As an Iranian I would like to ask all the non Iranians to keep the ignorant and uneducated opinions on internal matters regarding Iran and the Iranian people to themselves. We do not need outsiders to think for us or to speak on our behalf. We are, as we have proven, more than capable of taking our destiny into our own hands. Speak of Mossadegh and I might give you an inch of respect but anyone that would say that the shah was better do not know the first thing about history, politics nor religion.
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  37. just wanted to know what is a proper way to cover your self . for example can i wear flipflops or how short or long my sleeves have to be ?
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  38. I think kohl is allowed because it has been used for centuries to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun. Mascara, if allowed, might be considered a modern form of kohl. I think in some circumstances, foundation can be worn. It can be used to cover blemishes or even skin tone, but not if it's purpose is adornment. Check that though - I think rulings of marjae vary.
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  39. Let me start by saying that every injunction in Islam has a purpose. As for Islamic Hijab, its purpose is to cover the selected body parts from non-Mahram in order to prevent against sins. In view of this, any type of Islamic Hijab that meets up this purpose is allowed. Likewise, any form Hijab that displays the body parts; the figure of the body or attracted opposite sex to the person in Hijab is not an ideal Hijab.
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  40. According to hadith, all of a woman's body should be covered "except that which must show", i. e. face and hands. As for feet, better either ask your marja or other trusted scholar, or err on the side of caution and cover them.
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  41. This short story depicts the struggles that women meet after giving birth to a child in regards to their prayer and also highlights the profound love and tolerance the Prophet of Allah (S) had for children. Another Prayer https://www.al-islam.org/articles/another-prayer
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  42. Divorce (Ayatullah Sayyid Ali Hussaini Sistani) https://www.al-islam.org/islamic-laws-ayatullah-ali-al-husayni-al-sistani/divorce The Rules of Divorce (Ayatullah Naser Makarem Shirazi) https://www.al-islam.org/a-summary-of-rulings-makarim-shirazi/rules-divorce Child Custody in Islamic Jurisprudence (Saeid Nazari Tavakkoli) http://www.al-islam.org/child-custody-islamic-jurisprudence-saeid-nazari-tavakkoli
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  43. Lady Zaynab Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/lady-zaynab-badr-shahin The Role of the Women of Ashura Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/message-thaqalayn/vol-15-no-3-autumn-2014/role-women-ashura-simindokht-behzadpoor The Role of Women in Karbala Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/articles/role-women-karbala-shaykh-mansour-leghaei The Victory of Truth: The Life of Zaynab bint Ali Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/victory-truth-life-zaynab-bint-ali
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  44. This post contains information about mutah (temporary marriage). Author Sachiko Murata, a distinguished scholar of Islam, who was the first woman to enroll in the graduate program in Islamic jurisprudence at the faculty of Islamic Theology, Tehran University, in the 1970s, wrote the book Muta', Temporary Marriage in Islamic Law. It is one of the fruits of her research in the field of Fiqh. Temporary Marriage, one of the most controversial themes in comparative jurisprudence in Islam, is presented in a sound scholarly context; the author highlights in concise and objective fashion the essential legal elements of the debate, drawn from the Qur’an, Hadith and early Islamic history: Muta', Temporary Marriage in Islamic Law http://www.al-islam.org/muta-temporary-marriage-in-islamic-law-sachiko-murata More information about mutah: Temporary Marriage in Islam (Parts 1-8): http://www.al-islam.org/shiite-encyclopedia-ahlul-bayt-dilp-team/temporary-marriage-islam-part-1 Question 18: What is meant by “temporary marriage” {mut‘ah} and why do the Shi‘ah regard it as lawful? https://www.al-islam.org/shia-rebuts-sayyid-rida-husayni-nasab/question-18-what-meant-temporary-marriage-mutah-and-why Mutah (Temporary Marriage) https://www.al-islam.org/completion-argument-maulana-sayyid-saeed-akhtar-rizvi/mutah-temporary-marriage Mutah (Temporary) Marriage https://www.al-islam.org/misbah-uz-zulam-roots-karbala-tragedy-sayyid-imdad-imam/mutah-temporary-marriage Nikah Al-Mut’ah, Zina or Sunnah? http://www.al-islam.org/nikah-al-mutah-zina-or-sunnah-toyib-olawuyi Chapter Four: ‘Mut'a’, Temporary Marriage PDF - Muta begins on page 33 https://www.al-islam.org/questions-jurisprudence-abd-al-husayn-sharaf-al-din-al-musawi/chapter-four-muta-temporary-marriage
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  45. An Introduction To The Rights And Duties Of Women In Islam Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/introduction-rights-and-duties-women-islam-ayatullah-ibrahim-amini Some Questions Related To Women’s Rights in Islam Get PDF https://www.al-islam.org/some-questions-related-womens-rights-islam-sayyid-rida-husayni-nasab A Guidebook for Women on Rites of Hajj Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/guidebook-women-rites-hajj-razia-batool-najafi
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  46. Hijab booklet http://www.al-islam.org/nutshell/files/hijab.pdf Hijab, The Dress of Modesty in Islam https://www.al-islam.org/articles/hijab-dress-modesty-islam-allamah-sayyid-saeed-akhtar-rizvi Hijab, The Muslim Womens Dress,Islamic or Cultural? http://www.al-islam.org/hijab-muslim-womens-dress-islamic-or-cultural-sayyid-muhammad-rizvi Beauty of Concealment and Concealment of Beauty http://www.al-islam.org/beauty-concealment-concealment-beauty-zahra-rahnavard
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  47. Womens Issues Made Simple Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/womens-issues-made-simple-batul-s-arastu The Ritual Ablutions for Women - Taharatu 'N-Nisa' Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/the-ritual-ablutions-for-women-sayyid-muhammad-rizvi If your marja is Ayatullah Sistani: Kinds of blood seen by women » Hayz http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2171/ Kinds of blood seen by women » Nifas http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2178/
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  48. Fatima, The Perfect Role Model Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/articles/fatima-perfect-role-model Woman’s Dignity in the Words of Amir ul-Muminin Ali ibn Abi Talib Get PDF https://www.al-islam.org/articles/womans-dignity-words-amir-ul-muminin-ali-ibn-abi-talib-abbas-ali-shameli Commentary on Sermon 80 of Nahjul Balaghah Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/commentary-sermon-80-nahjul-balaghah-ayatullah-makarim-shirazi Status of Women in Islam: A Critical Analysis on a Matter of Equality Get PDF https://www.al-islam.org/message-thaqalayn/vol-11-no-1-spring-2010/status-women-islam-critical-analysis-matter-equality
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  49. [Mod Note: Books at al-islam.org also have MOBI or EPUB versions at the links below.] alaam alaikum Principles Of Marriage & Family Ethics Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/principles-marriage-family-ethics-ayatullah-ibrahim-amini Islam and Womens Rights Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/al-tawhid/vol1-n2/islam-and-womens-rights-muhammad-jawad-bahonar Family books and magazine http://en.rafed.net/ The Rights of Women in Islam Get PDF http://www.al-islam.org/rights-women-islam-ayatullah-murtadha-mutahhari wa salaam
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