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Don'tMakeAس

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  1. This slight is killing me.
  2. I DM'd him on Instagram, and he does sell. Most of his paintings are in the 180 cm * 300 cm range, if anyone else is thinking of buying.
  3. I'd be skeptical of a claim that an actual drop-off in hiring Muslims would occur as a result of this legislation. Theoretical trade-offs like these (you hear about them a lot in economics with things like incentives and innovation) rarely occur, and if they do, they're only statistically non-negligible if you have millions of employers suddenly becoming sensitive to this issue in the hiring process. Most employers wouldn't really consider giving an extended lunch to an employee on one day of the work week as a determining factor when interviewing candidates. If something like this ever came into effect, it'd probably have to be under the guise of a wider religious freedoms law mandating that employers request the wishes of their employees to take time off for prayer rather than specifically a Friday thing -- kind of like Quebec passing Islamophobic laws behind the veil of purportedly more generic state-enforced secularism. This endeavor is noble. That all being said, this would have to somehow really take off on Twitter to make noise in the public arena. In my experience, most working Muslims can either get off work easily enough in their lunch hour or just don't care enough about attending juma to advocate passionately for this sort of campaign.
  4. Does this Ḥāssan Roḥolāmī guy sell reproductions of his paintings?
  5. The rest of the lectures of Maulana Asad Jafri for the first half of Shahr Ramadan can be found on this channel https://www.youtube.com/user/baitulqayem/videos.
  6. Days 1-8 Maulana Asad Jafri Bait Ul Qayem (next 8 lectures are published under the same channel) Sayed Mahdi al-Modaressi Ahlul Bayt TV
  7. Days 1-5 Sayed Ammar Nakshawani Imam Hussein TV 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKSoRsAQwgw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxg36BS7_KM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msdJe3vVtQE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P46n8wjpg7Q
  8. Sayed Mahdi al-Modaressi https://www.facebook.com/Ahlul Bayt/videos/652669005185948/
  9. Day 1 Sayed Hussain al-Modaressi Sayed Mustafa al-Qazwini
  10. The ShiaChat moderator badge is dark blue too. Maybe they're all Zionists!
  11. Pre-Ramadan Sayed Hadi Al-Qazwini Islamic Educational Center of Orange County Syed Baqir Al-Qazwini (1) (2) Ayatollah Sayed Fadhil Milani
  12. As a part of our annual tradition here on ShiaChat, we're making this thread to serve as a repository for Ramadan-themed lectures given by our Shi'I scholars during this holy month of Ramadhan, in the 1440th year after hijra (or 2019 on the Gregorian calendar). Share lectures of whatever language you understand, but please do strive to keep them limited to the Ramadan and pre-Ramadan lectures of this year! For previous years, feel free to browse through the links below and get back into the Ramadan mood!
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