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  1. "Speak the truth even if it be against yourself." ~Imam Ali (AS) 

    1. Muslim2010


      Sister Plz check PM sent by me.

  2. “Seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave.” Nahj al-Fasahah

  3. “The Truth is from your Lord; so let him who pleaseth believer and let him who pleaseth disbelieve...” [18:29]

  4. Salam, I recommend (you) read "Man and Faith" by Ayatollah Murtadha Mutahhari, and also look into the video's posted by Abu Hadi, which are very helpful (for her). I posted this and realized maybe I should explain why you should read this book. I know...not everyone indulges into the philosophical aspect of religion, but I feel the information Ayatollah Murtadha Mutahhari provides on faith is very helpful for your own reflection. If you want to help guide someone, reflect first, then teach. It's a great motivator for yourself to become an inspiration to her; thus, it will help to strengthen your faith together and create a spiritual bond. And of course, encourage her to read the Qur'an, and be there for her when she comes up with question's (and she will), we all do at some point as converts. If she formulates question's you can't (yourself) answer, make sure to have a mentor available and willing to help out (i.e., maybe at your local mosque). I wish you two the best on your journey, Insha'Allah khair. Wasalam, AB313 "Plunge into the depths until you reach the Truth." -Imam Ali (A.S)
  5. Assalamu Alikoum, Maybe ask your parents if they're willing to spend some time around her, and try to get to know her better. That way you are showing you care for their approval (i.e., respect their opinion), and that you also are caring for her at the same time. Let her show them (overtime) who she is and eventually; Insha'Allah, maybe they will see the same person you see. If she cares for you, then her spending quality time with your family shouldn't be an issue. Insha'Allah khair, Wasalam, AB313
  6. Salam, I am sorry to hear this. I agree with (said) posts above, don't pay attention to people who let words like this roll off their tongues. If someone tells me something is A, and I know in my heart it's B, then I don't worry about their words. If someone tells me something is B, and I know in my heart it's A, then I don't pay attention to their words. Actually, there is a Ahadith that supports this concept :) Lastly, Ya Hussain!
  7. Isfahan, Iran. Built during the Safavid period...The construction of the Mosque started in the year 1611!
  8. Salam, Repentant, that picture you posted was so beautiful, Mash2Allah!! I am saving that picture right now!! Thank you so much for posting it!!
  9. Is Ali Fadhil following the Wilayat now? I don't recall him joining the Waffle Supremacy!!
  10. Feel free to comment** Repenter: Have you seen the completion of this centre? Should I email him a link to Google Maps? :dry:
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  12. When my family moved to USA, they never celebrated Thanksgiving. I mean, we celebrated a holiday, gathering of family and friends, but we didn't acknowledge the holiday like most people did. I remember sharing holiday stories at school with friends, and I was like you have mashed potatoes?! Our mainly consisted of every known pasta dish you could think of, and several types of meat. I did ask eventually why we didn't celebrate it the same, I mean food is a staple on that holiday! Well, I guess my family didn't feel they were part of that history and Italy has their own thanksgiving, so they just kept tradition. I do feel bad for the Indian's on that holiday, because it was a selfish victory from the new settlers. I guess that is what happens when a country is concurred, especially back in those times. Does it make it right? No, of course not. I remember when I was little, at school, I also asked a teacher, why are we celebrating a holiday where there was so much blood-shed? Her response was that if it weren't for those pilgrims, you probably wouldn't be here, today. Many countries throughout time have been concurred. It's nothing new. Same tragedies of blood-shed, slavery, and deception. The love for this world, and the criminalizing hate people have for each other, it's really sad that people to this day haven't evolved and become more civilized, today. It's very sad; but it's not surprising to me, either.
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