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ammarjasir3355

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  1. (bismillah) (salam) I think I've read that book sometime ago. It contains also a topic about the best and worst times of a day (whats the Arabic term for this?). I've been looking for a copy of the book but haven't seen it again. Will somebody please tell where we can find this book online? What's its real title? Thanks ammarjasir3355
  2. (bismillah) (salam) Are you sure its really haram? Without any condition? Is Friday prayer considered fardh? Will someone please give a scholarly answer to this and my other questions regarding Jum'ah prayer. 1. In sunni dominated areas we shias are always in danger of being in trouble if we join their congregation prayer, and we have no mosque of our own; so we are always forced to pray at home. Are we committing any sin if we dont join the Jum'ah congregation prayer? 2. If Jum'ah is Fardh why is it only required for males? 3. What was the condition of performing the Jum'ah prayer during
  3. Salaam... Again let me go back to my main point of querry: presuming that scientific evedence will prove that urine has therapeutic value especially for problematic ailments, will it still be considered haraam? Regarding that hadith, I suggest you donot bother yourself anymore. This is one of the usual fabricated hadiths. ammarjasir3355 :)
  4. Salaam :) Thanks for this referral brother. I do hope others would have the time also to read wikipedia before making some conclusions. May I make the following points clear: 1, My main point is to know the religious basis of urine therapy. I therfore enjoin brothers/sisters not to make personal comments without legal (shariah) basis. 2. It is understood that I am not advocating that everybody should use urine to cure ailments when some remedies are readily available. If it is allowed by religion and granting urine can be proven of therapeutic value, then it can help many poor people or those
  5. :) Salamun Alaykum... :) Let me share my honest thoughts on this topic. First, practicing polygamy or doing mutah should not be an issue at all. It is tolerated by Islam, isn't it? As long as the intention is honest (not for mere purpose of promiscuity), I believe it is halal for men to do it and therefore there is no need to seek permission of first nikah wife, althogh it would be the most ideal scenario if the wife consents sincerely and honestly. Forgive me sis, but I dont see any reason for putting a condition in the marriage contract prohibiting something which is allowed by Allah (polyg
  6. Salaam brother Zenadine Wow! Your advise was just superb, fantastic, practical and I believe Islamic! How I wish I can read some more comments from you about other important topics. Keep it up brother, may your tribe increase. ammarjasir3355
  7. Salamun alykum Now we are getting closer to it, that urine of some animals can be taken if used for medical treatment. Maybe at the time this verdict was given this issue about human urine was not yet seriously discussed. How I wish someone can help us verify this issue from our respected ulama. I really dont know how to contact them. Please help us find the answer (please no personal opinion without legal basis!). As to Zareen's comment that " Urine is a mechanism to flush out toxins": are not toxins precisely the trigger to produce antitoxins to cure diseases ( the mechanism behind active
  8. (bismillah) (salam) Many articles have been written alledging that URINE can be a cure for many ailments like asthma, cancer, diabetes, etc. Don't we consider the urine haram, thats why it invalidates wudhu? If it is haram, and if it is true it can cure some ailments, what does our religion say about it? Some authority please clarify this. Thanks and salaam ammarjasir3355 :)
  9. "And if you obey most of those in the Earth, they will lead you astray from Allah's Way; they follow but conjecture and they only lie." (bismillah) (salam) The simple question to ask is: why is it that, inspite of our claim that Islam is the only true religion, muslims are in total disarray, are feared, hated and subject to all kinds of suspicions? The answer is simple: Simply because most so-called Muslims exist only in name, and are not true followers of Islam. Most muslims have deviated far far away from the true teachings of Prophet Mohammad SAWA. Most so-called Muslims have not fulfil
  10. (bismillah) (salam) Can someone please tell me when is start of Ramadhan in the Philippines and where can we possibly get a prayer schedule including fajar/sunrise/sunset times? Is the moonsighting.com ok to be used by Shia? Do shia have any website re Islamic calendar? By the way, who compose this so-called Hilal Committee and which country do they belong or are based? Allah bless us all in this Holy month. ammarjasir3355
  11. Some Alims say that it is not fardh to establish Jumu'ah but if it is established (i.e. your local mosque has regular Jumuah prayers) then it is a Wajib prayer. (bismillah) Salaam, Thanks to Dhulfiqar and Amir Ramadhan. But sorry to say that my main question has not been answered,i.e. should we or should we NOT perform zuhur after attending the Jumuah? Those who say that jumuah is enough contend that jumuah prayer substitute the zuhur prayer and that doing both jumuah and zuhur tantamounts to doing six fardh prayers on friday. Sunnis especially in the urban centers cater to this i
  12. (bismillah) (salam) Will somebody please enlighten me on some questions regarding Friday Congregational prayer? In our country, the Philippines, especially in the rural areas (where I live), questions regarding "Jumuat Prayer" have caused a lot of problem, discussions and animosities. On the one hand are native folks who maintain that the Zuhur prayer must be performed even if one has joined the Jumuat prayer. On the other hand, especially in the urban centers which are dominated by so-called learned preachers (sunnis of course) we are told that there is no need to perform Zuhur
  13. (bismillah) (salam) When you donot carry the torch of truth you will always be torn apart. As usual, those wahabis put forth fatwas without any basis and just like most of their sunni brothers, when they are clobbered in a discussion with a Shia, they will hurl all sorts of invectives against their shi'a counterpart. Pity our women in the sunni society. Inspite of the fact that Qur'anic and Prophetic sayings enjoin high regards and respect for women, our sunni society continue to disregard the rights of their women, giving all sorts of prohibitions as if only men have been gifted with the
  14. (bismillah) (salam) Reading on some of the comments, its a great wonder why some shiite members are against cleric rule in Iraq. If the opposition came from a sunni brother then I can understand because in the first place they are the minority in Iraq altho they lorded it over the shiite majority for so many years until the shameful exit of the despotic Saddam. I thought we shiites believe that the real government is: Of Allah, By the Prophets/Imams and For Allah ? That the real democracy, and hence a just government or laws is one which is contained in the Qur'an? If we doubt the capabili
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