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    Salaam, This will be a long read so get ready. All started in early 2018 before my GCSEs. One of my cousins messages me (let's give her a fake name eh Amina at the time she is 18/19 this year and I'm 15/16). We start to message a bit here and there, the 2 years ago (2016) I actually visited her in a holiday to Pakistan. Anyway as the weeks went by you can guess what happened I started to kind of like her. Then the GCSEs rolled around and I did quite well in them and I turned 16 on the results day and at this point I still haven't confessed anything to anyone (just briefly mentioned it to my Mom and Sister). Now let's skip to just after the summer holidays (September time) during that entire year messaging was on and off and by now I really really like her. It was around this time I also found out that I would be going to Pakistan and staying at her house for a wedding (December time) , but the weird thing is from this point to December there was little/no contact with her. But eventually the Christmas holidays came round and I got to Pakistan, at the airport Amina and her family were there, the moment I laid eyes on Amina, I knew I had fallen in love. But I never told anyone and kept it quiet for the whole trip. During the stay I made sure that I spent as much time with her as possible without actually doing anything or giving anything away. You see the only time I would spend with her is at restaurants (I would always insist that we took the WHOLE family along just so she would come too) (with the whole family) or sitting in the house (again with the whole family) in the whole trip I must've exchanged a few sentences here and there, there was one time when she bought me tea though. I must've drank 200 cups while I was down there just for an excuse of going to the kitchen which was next to her bedroom) midly creepy? I know). Anyway wedding happened we came home and that. Then I realised that this cannot go on forever and I must speak to my Mom now that I'm actually in love with her... So I spoke to my Mom and she said to basically work my way into getting an answer. If Amina would be interested in marriage or whether she wouldn't be interested in marriage with me. The fateful day came I remember the exact message she sent she said "I'm not feeling comfortable and I'm not interested in love". I cannot even begin to describe the physical and emotional pain I went through. Her messages were sent at midday on the 27/01/19 and I cried from that time until I went to sleep and if humans could cry in their sleep I would be crying during my sleep too. Physically I felt sick I could not stop the tears and I had an immense headache, my eyes hurt and just felt like dying. The next day the said sorry and I cried uncontrollably for an hour, I never meant for her to feel sorry. I remember that day I had an exam but I took the day off, she got angry about that.... But then she discussed the situation with me and I wrote an entire essay about why I love her, she then said "I will give u one chance." I was overjoyed understandably. Then we talked boy to girl for sometime. I learned she was very interested in studying and education and she would only be interested in love after that which which would be about 5 years from now... And she just wanted to speak normal, I told her that this was sad to hear and she became sad then too, she said "This love creates disturbance in your studies." It was hard to hear this but she said that she promises to think about love after she completes all her studies. But then I failed some exams and had to shut everything down to try harder in college, we even said our goodbyes.... After the next set of exams finished I messaged her again but the conversation was dead she wasn't saying anything her only response was "Hm" (which is very common amongst Pakistanis in messaging apparently). I told her I need to ask some serious questions now and she breaks her promise about thinking about love after her studying, at this point I was surely contemplating suicide, I told her I wanted to die. On that night I went to the window to kill myself but I was saved. I asked her if I should wait for her after her studying or forget about her forever she said "Plz leave me, Plz" That was it. Her final words? "Allah Hafiz". That was 71 days ago today and the pain has not since ceased. It is simply unexplainable unless you have been through the same thing (God FORBID THAT ANYONE GO THROUGH THIS). I was hoping things would've settled down by now but they haven't. Now even my Mom and Sister (who went through something similar) cannot relate and are tired of my sadness and my occasional outbursts of depression. I want to move on but I can't. How do you stop loving someone who you loved so much? Ali~Jay
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    Some good reminders. But all men are not the same so a wife should tailor it to his personal likes and dislikes and what she knows makes him happy. I didn't understand why it said a wife has no right to question her husband. However if all households had a little more of these sentiments back in them it would probably have a nice effect on society.
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    My dear Lady, Sayyida Zainab, how does one witness all her family members dismembered, beheaded and trampled on, and you rose and spoke with fervor, "I saw nothing but beauty" Ya Allah, show me and help me understand haq al m3rifat of Sayyida Zaynab 3laha Salam.
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    there are different traditions mentioning depth of Damascus or Wadi al Yabis.. Yes, you are right that Wadi e Yabis is now known as Wadi Rayan...it is also called Chorath Valley...
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    How is that so? In fact the Islamic model of a religious family is not far off from the “1950’s ideal”. Our religion is pretty conservative with clearly defined societal roles but it’s the ignorant people who, for whatever reason, think that because we are Shia Muslims, we are somehow theologically more “liberal”, than let’s say, Wahhabis. Yes, we don’t kill our wives for seeking education or outside of home employment, but our maraji’ clearly defined the roles within families. That’s the same as per Islamic teachings.
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    Simon the Canaanite

    Narjes Library

    Hello. You can always use this website to reuse old websites, or ones that are timeout/down. (e.g., click here). In addition to revisiting websites, and taking a look at how they used to look like. (e.g., ShiaChat or Facebook). All it does, is take digital snapshots of websites, and save them as archive. Always was helpful, when I needed to lookup a timed out website, or a 'sold out' one.
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    So I was in the chatroom and the issue of privacy and marriage life was brought up. I, personally, was in favour of maintaining secrets and privacy in marriage, as it is in my opinion an individual right whether you are married or not. Some brothers and sisters disagreed, and said there shouldn't be secrets between married partners. Some said that a husband or wife should not keep their phone password/code a secret, and that it should be accessible to the other partner. I disagree, I think it doesn't matter if two partners keep secrets from each other, so long as there isn't any wrongdoing. If privacy causes you to mistrust or be suspicious of your partner, then to me that is just being paranoid.
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    OrthodoxTruth

    Narjes Library

    I’m not going to be very original, what about searching for sources on al-Islam.org?
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    2Timeless

    Hypocrisy

    Calm down, the way you react isnt equal to what this was intended to do. Look at that thread and compare it to the NZ thread. The NZ thread is still going, while the Sri Lanka one hardly has any replies. We have a duty to show people how just Islam is, and how we don't stand for evil whether it's against us or anyone else. Were Muslims. We follow the perfect religion. Saying "why should we ------ if Christians don’t" is an immature argument. We don’t copy others, we set the example, and act like role models for everyone else.
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    Ibn Al-Ja'abi

    Narjes Library

    Salams, Didn't realize that their blog was removed. A real bummer, so many convenient PDFs gone. A number of the older PDFs were inaccessible anyways because the file-sharing links stopped working altogether. There still are a number of good websites uploading scanned PDFs: http://alfeker.net/ (perhaps one of the best sites online) http://www.shiabooks.net/ (I site I've never seen a boring book uploaded to) http://librarsaduq.blogspot.com/ (I haven't really kept up with their uploads after a hiatus in 2016 -- I believe -- but remember the books always being interesting) With these and shiaonlinelibrary (which also has downloadable pdfs of the text for the books it produces web copies for) you'll likely find most of the stuff you need. May waqfeya and alfeker never be down (inshaAllah amin).
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    FYI: This " publication" is likely a fabrication. So no reason to get too upset or overjoyed at it. There are a lot of these kinds of things floating around.
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    Abu Hadi

    Muslims in the Entertainment World

    I am not trying to criticize you. My natural tendency is also toward being isolated. But I actively fight against this because I believe, from what I have studied, that the teachings of Our Prophet and Imams((عليه السلام)) is to have a balance between being isolated and being social. I know myself well enough to know that no matter how hard I try, I could not be one of those 'social butterflies' because that is not in my nature. But I can try hard to fight against those tendencies in myself which I know are not encouraged in Islam. Being a revert to Islam and being around other reverts, I notice that this is a strong tendency toward isolation in this particular community. There are natural reasons for this which I understand and which I experienced myself. When you become a revert, you are 'thrown' into an ethnic community that is not your own. You probably don't know the language, don't understand the culture, maybe don't like the food, etc. But you are kind of forced to be in this community in order to fulfill your social obligations. Also, at the same time most reverts don't have particularly good and warm relations with their family after their reversion (most don't, at least in the intro period when the family is still getting used to the new habits and customs of their family member). So in that situation, the natural human tendency is to withdraw within one's self and then become isolated. At the same time, I can tell you from experience that this is the number one reason behind the 'revolving door' of reversion, where people revert and then shortly after that leave the religion of Islam. It is because human being were not meant to live in isolation, I.e. it is an extremely unnatural state to be in as a human, as we are 'hard wired' by Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) to be social creatures. At the same time, I understand because I went through it myself that the social situations that reverts are put into are sometimes so awkward and difficult that most non reverts would think there is something wrong with someone mentally who would even put themselves in those situations. If you're a revert, I don't need to elaborate on this. If you're not a revert, I probably would have to make a very long post to explain it to you.I have had people who are educated, practicing Muslims who were well known in their communities tell me things like 'If my family wasn't Muslim, I don't think I could be one', etc. These are not non practicing or even marginally practicing members of the community who say this. At the same time, if you believe that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is Just, then you also know that He(s.w.a) would not give someone a test which they could not pass. So if you are given a test in life, such as what was stated above, that means that you have the ability to pass it, otherwise you wouldn't be given it. It may be impossible for other people, that's why they were not given that particular test. But it is possible for us. We just have to keep trying till we pass it. I'm still trying and encouraged by the very small amount of success I have found so far.
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    starlight

    Why ?

    a and b are the same actually. Our Fitrah, Islam and Qur'an are the same thing.
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    Laayla

    Relationship

    My intuition is saying this is a WOEman poster and a one day bot visit. As you can see, they are trying to plant in your mind that many Muslim girls are in haram relationships. I love the choice of the user name, it will NEVER be fashionable for our dignified women to have illegitimate relationships with non mahrams. Stop spamming on the forums!
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    Murtaza1

    Is this not the Judgment of God?

    As Muslims we have to believe in Jesus (peace be upon him) but of course we do not believe various other things that certain Christians believe about him. However he will return to disprove those Christians and pray behind the Madhi (may Allah subhana wa tala hasten his reappearance) to unite Muslims and Christians. I think him praying behind the Mahdi (may Allah subhanan wa talal hasten his reappearance) is a very powerful statement and then Christians would accept Islam inshalah.
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    Murtaza1

    Prayer

    I often see this video about how to pray the Shia way coming on Ahlul Bayt tv channel. I recommend it. Here is the link:
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    Gabriel Cole

    Prayer

    Hi. Where can I find resources on how to pray the Shi’a way? I was a Shi’a Muslim for some time but I’ve forgotten a lot of what I knew. I also think there was a site to read the Qur'an on? Thank you for your patience. I also had no idea where to put this lol Gabriel
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    layman

    Saudi Crimes

    Salam... "The 1987 Mecca incident was a clash between Shia pilgrim demonstrators and the Saudi Arabian security forces, during the Hajj pilgrimage; it occurred in Mecca on 31 July 1987 and led to the deaths of over 400 people. Since 1981, Iranian pilgrims had held an annual political demonstration against Israel and the United States" Saudi Arabia has been killing those who are opposing the wahabi brand of religion / policy for long time. It was intensified after 1979 to stop people uprisings due to the influence from Iran. If Muslims can topple the Saudi Kingdom, Israel and the US will have no future. Saudis, the US and Zionist regime will not stop killing innocent Muslims who they think are likely to uprise against them. We, the oppressed Muslims, should not stop exposing Saudis, US and Zionist crimes against humanity.
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    Walaykum as Salam, I don’t know where exactly you live at sister, but in New York City there is plenty of shops that sell Islamic regalia. If somehow you will have a great difficultly acquiring one online (Amazon, Ebay), try inquiring in person at your nearest Husseiniyya or a mosque. If they are far, you can e-mail/call them, and I’m pretty sure they would be able to help you.
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    Thanks , they don’t represent any Muslim but they use such excuses to kill people in name of Islam both groups that attacked christchurch mosque & Srilanka churches are product of global zionism that are following policy of “divide & conquer” between Christians & Muslims
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    Walaykum as Salam, if you refer to the heretical group that brainwashes masses, then there is plenty of past topics on this forum alone. Ahmad al-Hassan makes a number of claims, which include that he is the son, messenger, vicegerent, and executor of the affairs of Imam Mahdi (ajtf), al-Yamani, an infallible Imam, the first of 12 Mahdis, a messenger of the Prophets Isa and Elijah etc. He tells Twelvers not to do taqlid to maraji’... yet he demands an unconditional obidence to his own rulings. He is also not a Sayyid, a false belief he spreads about himself and his family, as confirmed by the research done on behalf of the Iraqi government. Unfortunately, many ignorant and uneducated people follow that man, despite him having no religious credentials. It’s a ghulat sect that our ahadith warn us that will always be around till the reappearance of the Imam al-Mahdi (ajtf). Don’t let yourself be deceived by their massive propaganda.
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    It takes a real " special" kind of human to shoot up a mosque on Friday or blow up a church on Easter Sunday. I've had Muslims offering me condolences all week. I hope they know I don't think of them and the bombers as even being from the same planet, figuratively. I suspect and hope they don't put most Christians in the same category as the walking garbage pile that shot up a mosque.
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    MartyS

    Is this not the Judgment of God?

    Propaganda of the Deed, Thank you. This is a very good argument. But the other side of salvation by grace and not by works is that once we have been forgiven we now have God's seed, His Spirit living within us and we do not want to sin any longer. And for the first time in our lives, we have the strength of God to resist the temptations of the world, the enemy, and our flesh to sin. 4 Everyone who makes a practice of sinning also practices lawlessness; sin is lawlessness. 5 You know that he appeared in order to take away sins, and in him there is no sin. 6 No one who abides in him keeps on sinning; no one who keeps on sinning has either seen him or known him. 7 Little children, let no one deceive you. Whoever practices righteousness is righteous, as he is righteous. 8 Whoever makes a practice of sinning is of the devil, for the devil has been sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the works of the devil. 9 No one born of God makes a practice of sinning, for God's seed abides in him; and he cannot keep on sinning, because he has been born of God. 10 By this it is evident who are the children of God, and who are the children of the devil: whoever does not practice righteousness is not of God, nor is the one who does not love his brother. - 1 John 3:4-10 Many blessings, Marty
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    Correction: the aforementioned location, is present day Hauran or Daraa. Also, there’s a valley in Jordan, named ‘Al-Wadi Al-Yabis,’ it was later renamed however, to ‘Wadi Al-Rayyan.’
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    "O God! I ask you to give me conviction; in this way, you will make the hardships of the world seem easy." (Imam Sajjad (عليه السلام)) Mizan Al-Hikmah V10, P788
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    Qa'im

    I Need Shia Hadith Of Dajjal Please

    The only reliable hadith I have seen in our sources is the following: الحسين بن سعيد عن صفوان وابن فضال عن ابن بكير عن أبي عبد الله )عليه السلام) قال: ذكر الدجال قال: فلم يبق منه إلا وطئه الا مكة والمدينة فان على كل نقب من أنقابها ملكا يحفظها من الطاعون والدجال. al-Husayn b. Sa`eed from Safwan and Ibn Faddal from Ibn Bukayr from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام. He said: Dajjal was mentioned, so he said: Nothing will remain except that he has tread upon it, except Mecca and Medina, for at every barrier from their barriers there are angels protecting them from the plague and the Dajjal. (Tahdheeb, Volume 6, The Sanctity of Medina, hadith #1) (muwathaq) (موثق) There are other references to him in less reliable hadiths, but they are generally just passing references to him. The emphasis in our literature is definitely on the Sufyani. As for the "Dajjal is a system" argument: I don't know of a pre-modern source (Sunni or Shi`I) that says this explicitly. However, it can be deduced from the narrations on the End Times, which suggest a total inverse of morality, where evil things will be seen as good and good things evil. This culminates with the Dajjal, who is an individual that offers a message of inversed morality.
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    Abu Hadi

    Muslims in the Entertainment World

    Your last statement in your post reminds me of an incident that happened to me a few years ago. I had a work colleague at that company (I don't work there anymore) and we were working on the same project so we used to talk. As with most people, our conversations revolved around work and I would ask him where he worked before he came to that company. He was vague for a while and then after a few months of working with him, he confided in me that he used to work for the CIA in PsyOps (The Psychological Operations unit of the CIA). He was vague about this and didn't tell me for a while, because despite what many people outside the United State think, even within the US the CIA has a very bad reputation for being an immoral and shady organization and most people who work for them will never admit it. I'm surprised he did. Anyway, I asked him, because he worked in Psyops and I had read about past CIA operations within the US like 'MKUltra' and I asked him if they had ever been successful in inventing a 'brainwashing machine'. He nodded his head, very casually and said they did, and pointed to the T.V. that was mounted in the corner. I kind of laughed and didn't really think about his statement for a few years and then started thinking about all the proliferation of media that has happened in the last few years and the fact that most people are looking at a screen (either a phone, tv, computer) for the majority of their waking hours. Then I started to think about who produces the vast majority of the content they are looking at and what types of effects it must have, the repetition of looking at things over and over again that people instinctively will reject (like graphic violence and strong sexual content) but then after a while it becomes 'normal'. This is exactly the kind of brainwashing I think this guy was talking about. I honestly don't know what the solution is except to say that if some content is against your morals as a Muslim, to not watch it, period. It is sometimes hard to avoid but we need to try to do that. Most people don't, unfortunately.
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    Salam Greater Khorasan | Wikipedia audio article Also cities like as Qom & Talighan(Taliban) mentioned in narrations about Imam Mahdi (aj) as part of Khorasan than majority of of 313 will come from these two cities but many Wahhabi channels & some Sunnis that are against Wahabism & are seeking for Imam Mahdi (aj) based on their narration books have common goal to introduce Taliban controlled areas & Pakistan as Khorasan & Pashtuns That are heavily influenced by Wahhabi teachings as army of Khorasan also Zionists archaeologists are trying to introduce them as tent lost tribe of Israel in coherence with them. The attributes of Khurasani & Yemeni & Sufyani described in narration but names & persons varies in every era after Allam Korani that is very famous researcher about Imam Mahdi (aj) expressed that he wishes that Imam Khamenei will be Khorasani some people matched him as Khorasani & Sayed Nasrallah as Yemeni because of his Yemeni ancestors & some people said that Current leader of Hutchins is Yemeni but it refuted by all three of them & followers of Fake Yemeni (Ahmad al Hasan ) are saying that Sufyani(la) is King of Jordan & some Wahabists also have plan to call him or his son as Mahdi but this mistake happend one time by Allama Majlisi (رضي الله عنه) that he called himself as Khorasani & Safavids as khorasani Army but after a while left his claim .
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    Urwatul Wuthqa

    Noor/ Bashar

    Salamun Alaikum!! There is a famous hadith "Awwalo ma khalaq Allaho noori" (Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has created my noor first). There is another hadith which mentions "Kunto nabiyyan wa Adama baynal maa'e watteen" (I was the Prophet when Adam was between the stage of water & clay). The hadith which mentions that Prophet and Ali were created from the same noor is authentic. Following link provides detailed analysis of hadeeth e noor https://www.seratonline.com/22355/analysis-of-the-tradition-of-light-hadis-e-nur-part-1/
  32. 1 point
    I don’t know...there are a LOT of Muslim youth that are exactly like the guy in this show. Being a practicing young Muslim (anywhere in the world, really) is becoming kind of rare.
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    When Imam Mahdi (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف) comes, all this filth will be removed from our everyday life. Until then, it seems Muslims are the last ones to remember there is a Heaven and a Hell. That is why they try to bring us down by installing doubt in us.
  34. 1 point
    shadow_of_light

    Cursing the enemies of Ahlul Bayt

    This narration is against Qur'an: And do not insult those they invoke other than Allah , lest they insult Allah in enmity without knowledge...6/108 The above narration also is not mutawatir and besides, it is mistranslated. Here, باهتوهم means "astounding them by presenting strong arguments": الوقيعة في الناس: الغيبة. والظاهر أن المراد بالمباهتة الزامهم بالحجج القاطعة .... From al-Kafi (footnotes)
  35. 1 point
    Sister dear, you did not owe anyone that explanation. You have the exclusive right to decide when and what to buy and how to spend your money. Every sensible person would like to make a saving where possible. It does not mean that the person so doing is cheap. And it is no one else's concern anyway.
  36. 1 point
    Laayla

    Hollywood

    @Shia farm girl Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum Dear Sister, Joum3 Mubaraqa Thank you for your response. I make a conscious effort not to allow my children to watch Disney and other cartoons like Sponge Bob. I monitor what they view on TV and I have no problem removing the remote control or unplugging the TV. In Lebanon, we can see what propaganda and soft war or as you call it social engineering they are feeding to the public. If you want to watch any new releases of movies, the DVD costs only 1,000LL or 66 cents to purchase. More people are also subscribing to NetFlix in their homes. YouTube also has a role to play in influencing the young viewers to normalize personalities like Jeffree Star LA and Manny Mua LA. Raising children in this day and age is much more difficult than before. I can't imagine how both parents leave the house and have children at home without any supervision with what children are constantly exposed to on TV, Internet, electronics. I had a friend who asked me to no longer send her forwards or share posts with her because of fear. I'm sure you heard what happened to Assange. If you are not with or complying with the imperialist establishment, you are considered an enemy or Anti-American. How quick they are to throw labels at you. I don't know if you recollect Hannah Montana, she was popular with the tweens. Then Miley Cyrus went totally haywire, from naked music videos and sexually objectifying herself. For years, girls looked up to her and watched her HM show. I wish more Muslim youth were conscious of what American culture is trying to influence them. Unfortunately, it's obviously not to be good upright God fearing individuals. I ask for your dua sister, to give me the strength, energy and patience to raise my children. Thank you and God bless you & your family. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
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    Secrets are important. For example, my wife has a very close circle of friends - they discuss personal matters with each other. I have no desire to know and neither is my wife inclined to tell me their "secrets" . It's a sign of a mature and trusting relationship.
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    notme

    Privacy, secrets and marriage life

    @2Timeless what kinds of secrets do people have? Does anybody, even your spouse, need to know if you think such and such famous person is attractive? Does anyone need to know about sins you committed 15 years ago? What kind of secrets are we talking about here? Obviously you'd talk with your spouse about things that really matter in your present life!
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    notme

    Privacy, secrets and marriage life

    I agree with this. My husband and I can open each other's phones but don't. We don't have each other's other passwords because we don't need them. Why would we? However, people have to do what works best for them. There is no one answer that fits all marriages.
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    2Timeless

    Hypocrisy

    Salam, As some may know, there were a series of blasts in Sri Lanka, and many sadly passed away. What I noticed, from ShiaChat, is that people were so much more enraged at the shooting in NZ. Both events are tragic. Both sets of lives are equal. So why are we less saddened, or at least, express our sadness and engagement at this tragedy less than one that is more connected to ourselves (NZ). Is there not a level of hypocrisy when we ourselves protest that Muslim lives are regarded as less than by outsiders, when we ourselves seem to show less sadness and engagement when its concerning other lives being lost. I'm making these claims based on the fact that when the NZ tragedy happened, everyone had something to say and express their anger and sadness, while not even a fraction of that is being reciprocated for other lives being lost. Of course, everyone has a different way of grieving and I may be wrong. But as a Shia Islamic forum who claim to follow the perfect religion, should we not explicitly express just as much condolences and sadness at the loss of Christian lives as Muslim lives?
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    Salam alaikum.. I have been suffering from religious OCD for 7 years( self diagnosed). It all started one day out of the blue while listening to a nauha...all kinds of bad sexual thoughts came drowning on me about shahazadi janabe Zahra sa as.....I was petrified...I didn't know what to do...a moment ago I was crying for his tragedy..and now...what was happening...what was I thinking...thus began my dreaded journey of waswas from accursed Satan...I would constantly have bad vulgar abusive obscense thoughts about the sacred Ahlul Bayt AS...I was feeling lost hopeless extremely anxious...I started feeling that I must have committed some grave sin...I begged to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for forgiveness...it was extremely depressing...plus I had to conceal my problem from my family coz no one would believe...I just could not get these thoughts out of my head...it was like living in hell..I prayed for death ...being a 18-19 year old boy dat I was.... Prior to all this...I loved Islam Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and Ahlul Bayt AS sincerely...I still do from the bottom of my heart.. All this continued for 6 years...I still didn't knew I was suffering from OCD Then during my college days...thoughts of kufr shirk...insulting sexual thoughts about God (nauzobillah) started coming to my mind...and till date I am suffering... The last one year...I have lost all hope...my thoughts reject each and every proof of the existence of Allah ..does not value Qur'an...I always have obscene thoughts..I am suffering... While praying...during Majalis..at imambargah...during sleep..while reading Qur'an or listening to lectures......there is no rest from these kufr vulgar thoughts... Please someone please help me..I'm just new here...I stumbled upon this site one day while searching about my condition....I really don't want to hate Islam.. I love Allah my lord . . But I feel like He is angry with me..I feel none of my duas are being accepted ...I feel alone...full of anxiety and depression...and mostly away from Allah... please help me...I feel doomed... please help me please 
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    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
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    A wife that was more likely to work for you and get a smile in return - more than enough repayment!!!
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    MartyS

    Is this not the Judgment of God?

    Warm greetings! I have pondered the question, How does Jesus save us? I believe His death on the cross paid the penalty for my sins, which cancelled my debt to God, makes me forgiven, sets me free. But there is more. He said of Himself... "I have come into the world as light, so that whoever believes in me may not remain in darkness. If anyone hears my words and does not keep them, I do not judge him; for I did not come to judge the world but to save the world. The one who rejects me and does not receive my words has a judge; the word that I have spoken will judge him on the last day. For I have not spoken on my own authority, but the Father who sent me has himself given me a commandment-what to say and what to speak. And I know that his commandment is eternal life. What I say, therefore, I say as the Father has told me." - John 12:46-50 Peace and blessings!
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    Prophet Jesus (عليه السلام) saved many people from further going astray by calling them back to the pure, uncorrupted, monotheistic religion, that is Islam. He, as other Prophets, called upon people to completely submit themselves to what was originally revealed, not what they came to believe were the teachings. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ), the creator of entire universe, can’t and doesn’t have any family; it is illogical and insulting, simply limiting the omnipotence of His (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) being. He (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) can forgive all the sins within seconds, therefore there is no need for Him (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) to cause anyone (in Christian understanding, it was himself!) to die for anyone else’s sins. Let’s not also forget that the mainstream Christian concept of trinity is not even found in the Bible, and as majority of Christian theology, it is one of the dogmas developed over hundreds of years at the ecumenical councils (325, 381, 431, 451, 553, 680-681, 754, 787 et al.). Christianity as a religion, just keeps adding or removing things from its dogma, and this in itself is the simplest reason to reject it altogether. The very early “Christians”, never believed in Jesus (عليه السلام) being the “Son of God” nor “God the Son.” For example, the First Council of Nicaea (325) declared that Jesus (عليه السلام) is "homoousios (ὁμοούσιον) with the Father" (of the same substance and being as “the Father”), practically before that, Jesus (عليه السلام) was treated by mainstream Christians as the Prophet of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ), and not one, conjoined entity. The concept of Jesus (عليه السلام) “being one” with Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) “in substance” was entirely stolen and adopted into the mainstream Christian belief from the Gnostics. Before the 2nd century CE, there are no traces of any Christian believing in such dogma - for more, see Kelly, John Norman D (1972), Early Christian Creeds (3d ed.), London: Longman, p. 245. The modern day Torah (Old Testament) and the New Testament, in its entirety “the Bible”, are corrupted and nowhere close to what was originally revealed by Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) to all his Muslims. Jews and Christians removed and added things over years, with the New Testament being the prime example of that, where at times Prophet Jesus (عليه السلام) calls Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) his father, refers to both in the first person (as if they are one), or calls Him (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَىٰ) his Lord and God. The illogical fallacies applied are out there clearly visible for those who seek the truth, are formally or self educated and use their brains to analyse the simplest of the presented facts.
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    Today, we Christians celebrate our Risen Lord Jesus. We thank Our Father God for giving His Son to die for our sins and raise to life again!
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