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Al-Hassan

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  1. Wsalam It has allegorical meaning and should not be taken literally. This type of language is common in Arabic but can be misunderstood when translated in English, and even the Quran has similar contexts when Allah(سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) describes ‘Isa as Roohon Minho (His soul) and Kalimatoho (His word) in Surat Al-Nisa (171). It should not be understood literally as ‘Isa (عليه السلام) having a physical link to Allah. According to Ahlulbayt, the Rooh (soul) was created by Allah before mankind and Adam and ‘Isa were created from the Rooh. Moreover, the Face of Allah (Wajh Allah
  2. The Ma’sam can carry the earth with his own finger, let alone split if Allah wills. Anything is possible by the will of Allah but we don’t make a claim that such event indeed occurred until it is confirmed by a report in the classical hadith corpus. Likewise for this story. Where is it mentioned in any of our books? The references that the OP mentioned is dubious. Yes there is because the Masumeen said anyone who fabricates in their name is destined to the hellfire.
  3. As nice as this story may sound, it will remain a fantasy until it is corroborated by an authentic source. Perhaps you can quote where in the classical literature this story is mentioned?
  4. It would be nice to have the old chatroom back. The new version is not as vibrant compared to the old one as I remember it from 5 years ago.
  5. In this situation, assuming one had no previous knowledge that the company was involved in haram activities at the time when initially bought, then any gains that are accumulated from the book value that was initially invested is to be distributed to the poor, then the original amount can be reclaimed. Source: https://www.sistani.org/arabic/qa/02052/ https://www.sistani.org/arabic/qa/0523/ Use your judgement and your best intentions to research the company thoroughly before you are confident to put your money in it. For example, look into the nature of i
  6. As long as the company that you intend to buy shares in are not involved in any haram transactions (eg. gambling, riba, alcohol ect) then it’s halal. As for cryptocurrency, bitcoin and even forex in general, I would advice you to avoid them completely as they are highly speculative and merely based on price fluctuations. And unlike stocks, you are not investing your money on tangible assets that can potentially produce profit, such as commodities, gold, or R&D firms like biotech.
  7. Fixed * وحيث أن فتوى سماحة السيد (دام ظلّه) هي أن أول الشهر في كل منطقة يتبع امكانية رؤية الهلال بالعين المجردة في تلك المنطقة أو حواليها ولا يثبت بالتمكن من رؤيته بالأدوات المقرّبة أو في مناطق أخرى من العالم فإن يوم غدٍ الأحد يكون مكملاً لعدة شهر رمضان المبارك وسيكون يوم الاثنين هو يوم عيد الفطر السعيد. “...sunday is the last day of the month of Ramadan and Monday is the the day of Eid” https://www.sistani.org/arabic/
  8. According to Sayed Sistani, Eid is on Monday May 25th for Iraq and GCC. I live in GCC and did not see it this evening. Source: https://www.sistani.org/arabic/
  9. Wsalam Who are you exactly? This is intended as constructive criticism and not to be misunderstood as any provocative sentiments, but when someone comes and claims to have held an influential position in the community where their intent was to guide the people on behalf of the Prophet and the Ahlulbayt, they are expected to come out clean and be consistent in their approach and reveal their true identity, what they taught, their level of knowledge and credentials ect. Otherwise, it’s all speculation and no one can really address your concerns. You really have to rethink this again c
  10. This was expected considering that almost every street in every city across the world is dead right nie while the oil production rate remained the same as it was before the fall. I just hope it doesn’t remain that way for too long since the consequences in the near future will further ravage the global economy. Oil dependent muslim developing countries including Iran and Iraq will be hit hard as well.
  11. There is no conspiracy or a vague pro-baathist splinter cell that initiated these recent protests as some are erroneously claiming. I lived and worked in Basra for a year and a half (2017-2018) and have witnessed enough corruption and a poor quality of life to confidently say that these protests are expected to be driven by ordinary people. This isn’t the first time a wave of protests like this occurred. In August 2018, similar demonstrations erupted in Basra, where the protesters had similar demands and eventually burned down the Basra governarate building. Iraqis are simply fed up with
  12. The concept of Allah’s Oneness is mentioned in the Qur'an but not all of His Names are mentioned. The rest of His Names along with His Attributes and other details are mentioned in the Hadith. Prophethood is mentioned but only a number of Prophets out of the 124000 are mentioned in the Qur'an and yet you still have to believe in all of them. Likewise for Imamah. Just because the names of the Ma’sumeen are not mentioned explicitly in the Qur'an does not negate their divinely appointed authority. The foundations of Imamah as a concept where only Allah appoints those who represent his Deen on Ear
  13. I found this interesting. This is a chronicle that was written by a 7th century Bishop named Sebeos who lived in Byzantine a few decades after the Prophet: “Twelve peoples representing all the tribes of the Jews assembled at the city of Edessa. When they saw that the Persian troops had departed leaving the city in peace, they closed the gates and fortified themselves. They refused entry to troops of the Roman lordship. Thus Heraclius, emperor of the Byzantines, gave the order to besiege it. When the Jews realized that they could not militarily resist him, they promised to make peace. Ope
  14. From the Messenger of Allah (saw), he said: "The Imams after me are twelve. The first one is 'Ali b. Abi Taleb (as) and the last of them is the Qa'im (as). The one who seeks nearness to them is a believer. And the one who rejects them is a disbeliever". [Kamal Aldeen, Hadith 4, Page 248] https://ia801708.us.archive.org/18/items/348783478349/kmal-aldin.pdf
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