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About Don'tMakeA١٠١س

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    al-Husayn bin Abdul Hasan bin Ali bin Muhammad al-Alavi al-Hindi

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    (Shia Ithna Asheri Usooli) Muslim

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  1. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    Sermon of Fadak - is it reliable?

    But no one had either brought up or dismissed Ayatollah Golpaygani when you called Ibn al-Hussain a Random Internet guy? It's patent that you'll dismiss the opinion of Ayatullah Fadlullah on the basis of what you've been taught while Ibn al-Hussain will dismiss the view of Ayatollah Golpaygani on the basis of what he's been taught. The issue here isn't of outright versus tacit dismissal, it's of one party stepping out of line with ad hominems before the other.
  2. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    Question about Revenge for Husain (as)?

    Leaving aside the fact that that's a misinterpretation of what it means when one talks about avenging Imam Hussain, the army of 'Umar bin Sa'ad likely numbered somewhere in the tens of thousands. The number of soldiers mentioned in Shi'i hadith vary as follows: Even literal, physical retribution against the lay soldiers of the opposing army didn't occur at the time as most of the tens of thousands were never hunted down and killed by Mukhtar. Had the Muslims contemporaneous to these post-Karbala movements thought the martyrdom avenged and the case settled, Sahabi-lead uprisings like those by the tawwabun would never have arisen, And when a modern-day Shi'i talks about avenging his Imam's death, he's plainly not referring to tit-for-tat assassinations of the people who fought Imam Hussain 1400 years ago but rather to the destruction of the forces of hypocrisy that enabled the Imam's death. The ahadith and ziyaraat mentioning the Mahdi as the avenger of his forefathers are easily searchable online. "….. and whoever is killed unjustly, We have indeed given to his heir authority, so he shall not be extravagant in slaying; surely he is aided.” [Sura 17; Verse 33]
  3. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    Your Own Captured Photos

    My team lost by 5+ goals so I was just about the only one out of 21,000 people in the building who was suffering. :'(
  4. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    The Short Stories Thread

    My hypothesis is that you have no friends so you can't think of any character names.
  5. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    Your Own Captured Photos

    We were up in the cheap $40 nosebleed uni student seats so that isn't untrue , but if you watch hockey highlights in general you'll notice how easy it is to pick up the direction of the puck from the other hints around it. The sticks everyone's carrying are always swinging towards the same spot.
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    Thoughts 2019

    I think I'm at the point where I've progressed from shaykh to Arabic grammarian.
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    Build up to 2020

    People equate the social darwinism of the regressive left (which, I think, is pretty far to the left of center) with economic socialism. The backlash to the former often co-opts the latter. In America, at least, the economic policies of the parties that promote comparatively farther-left social ideologies aren't that socialist at all. I grew up in rural Canada, not the Rust Belt in the United States, so my perspective might be different. But I've always felt that the uneducated "deplorables" who vote overwhelmingly for right-wing parties do so on the basis of their disgust at the liberal stance on social issues, not economic ones; these people don't necessarily benefit from the corporate-focused economic policies of the parties they elect. The success of conservatives then depends on how they can set themselves apart when it comes to gay rights, immigration, etc. and while the indoctrinated will try their hardest to believe that right-wing economic policy benefits them, it often doesn't and doesn't even need to (as that isn't their fundamental motive for voting that way). Again, this is probably distinct from the situation in the Midwest as a lot of these Alberta/Saskatchewan/Manitoba farmers aren't even necessitous as a result of heavy dairy and otherwise agricultural tariff protection that all of the federal Canadian parties keep in place.
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    Arabic Grammar

    @Ibn Al-Ja'abi what do you think of the al-Kitaab fii Ta'allum al-'Arabiyya textbooks that are typically used in introductory Arabic classrooms? Are they outdated? I noticed you didn't mention them in your list.
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    Asia Championship 2019

    Iran 1-0 Japan in the final. Australia & South Korea are both not as good as they once were, especially South Korea. They're not even going to have Son until Matchday 3.
  10. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    #55 Do you get enough sunlight daily?

    @baradar_jackson is gonna hate how many people in this people want more sunlight when he gets back.
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    Your Own Captured Photos

    A Canadian pastime (Montreal, QC)
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    Thoughts 2019

    New year new me.
  13. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    Continue The Poem

    for 2019 resolve
  14. Don'tMakeA١٠١س

    Cheer him up! He needs your support

    At least you still have Felipe Anderson, akhi @Ali-F. It gets better.
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    Liverpool FC thread

    Seems highly unlikely. Even Alireza Jahanbaksh is playing with an Israeli (Beram Kayal) for Brighton & Hove Albion.
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