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    PenOfTruth reacted to Ibn Al-Shahid in Bombing In Masjid Imam Al-Sadiq [Kuwait]   
    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
    السلام عليكم
    Less than an hour ago a suicide bomber detonated himself whilst people were in the third Riqaa of salat al-asr. Unfortunately there is nowhere I can link you to because the news agents are sound a sleep.
    You can find the images and more info on twitter under the tags الكويت
    لا حولة ولا قوة الا بالله
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from kamyar in I Wanna Ask About Iranian   
    Yes you are right i said "all" my mistake. And no ! I have seen iranians that are very much religous, in other words i never mean to do such a thing. Thankyou for correcting me.
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from struggling_On in America's First Openly Gay Imam   
    Not suprised, the shia in the west are doing all sorts of things now. To be honest, i will not be suprised no matter what happens next.
    All we can do is do something about it, the rest is to Allah.
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from hasanhh in Photo Of Your Library   
    alhamdula, books are treasure :)
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from IbnSohan in The Holy City Of Qom   
    Some beautiful narrations i would like to share:
    The holy prophet (s) said: when i was sent up to the heavens, Gabrial held me on his right shoulder, then i saw a red spot, it's color is is better than that of saffron, and it's scent is more beautiful than Misk and i saw there and old man with a helmet.
    So i said to Gabrial (as): what is this red place in which it's better than saffron and it's scent is more beautiful than Misk?
    Gabrial (as) replied: this is the place of your Shia and the Shia of you successor Ali (as).
    I (s) said: who is the old man with the helmet?
    he (s) replied: Iblees.
    I (s) said: what does he want to do with them?
    He (as) replied: he wants to take them away from the wilayah of Ameer Al Mo'mneen (as) and invite them to fornications and immorality.
    so I (as) said: get up (in Arabic Qom (قم) was used) you cursed one, so he went and took part in their money, children and women. You have no authority over My Shia and the Shia of Ameer Al Mo'mneen (as), so it was named Qom.
     
    source: علل الشرائع  by Sheikh Sadouq volume 2, page 544, section 373
     
    _______________________________________________
     
    In those times Iran, was known as Al Rei.
    A group of men from Al Rei came to Imam Al Sadiq (as) and said: We are the people of Al Rei.
    The Imam replied: Greetings to the people of Qom.
    The men then said: We are from the people of Al Rei.
    The Imam said: Greetings to the people of Qom.
    The men said again: We are from the people of Al Rei.
    And the Imam replied: Greetings to the people of Qom.
    The Group of men would repeat their words, yet the Imam gave them the same reply.
    Then the Imam (as) said: Allah has a haram and that is Makka, the holy prophet (saw) has a haram and that is Madina, Ameer Al Mo'mneen has a haram and that is Kofa, and we (the rest of Ahlulbayt) have a haram and that is Qom. And a woman from my lineage will be burried there, her name is Fatimah, whoever visits her will have paradise.
     
    source: Bihar 216/60
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from mesbah in The Holy City Of Qom   
    Some beautiful narrations i would like to share:
    The holy prophet (s) said: when i was sent up to the heavens, Gabrial held me on his right shoulder, then i saw a red spot, it's color is is better than that of saffron, and it's scent is more beautiful than Misk and i saw there and old man with a helmet.
    So i said to Gabrial (as): what is this red place in which it's better than saffron and it's scent is more beautiful than Misk?
    Gabrial (as) replied: this is the place of your Shia and the Shia of you successor Ali (as).
    I (s) said: who is the old man with the helmet?
    he (s) replied: Iblees.
    I (s) said: what does he want to do with them?
    He (as) replied: he wants to take them away from the wilayah of Ameer Al Mo'mneen (as) and invite them to fornications and immorality.
    so I (as) said: get up (in Arabic Qom (قم) was used) you cursed one, so he went and took part in their money, children and women. You have no authority over My Shia and the Shia of Ameer Al Mo'mneen (as), so it was named Qom.
     
    source: علل الشرائع  by Sheikh Sadouq volume 2, page 544, section 373
     
    _______________________________________________
     
    In those times Iran, was known as Al Rei.
    A group of men from Al Rei came to Imam Al Sadiq (as) and said: We are the people of Al Rei.
    The Imam replied: Greetings to the people of Qom.
    The men then said: We are from the people of Al Rei.
    The Imam said: Greetings to the people of Qom.
    The men said again: We are from the people of Al Rei.
    And the Imam replied: Greetings to the people of Qom.
    The Group of men would repeat their words, yet the Imam gave them the same reply.
    Then the Imam (as) said: Allah has a haram and that is Makka, the holy prophet (saw) has a haram and that is Madina, Ameer Al Mo'mneen has a haram and that is Kofa, and we (the rest of Ahlulbayt) have a haram and that is Qom. And a woman from my lineage will be burried there, her name is Fatimah, whoever visits her will have paradise.
     
    source: Bihar 216/60
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from Noah- in Assad Haters   
    Unless anti-Assad individuals cannot bring any evidence or proof that Assad himself (i repeat: himself) has done anythting oppressive, then I reccomend you sit yourself down. We need to look at who he is figting. So many rulers are either selling themselves and their dignity or bowing down to America and it's allies, we should thank Allah we have someone who has the guts to stand up, and fights terrorism for three years. Firstly, when goverments like Saudi and America are fighting someone, that means they are fighting hypocrisy, murder and most importantly, terrosrim. I understand some of the memebrs here have family memebrs under attack or have been, we should blame who did it to them. My cousins in iraq have been completely ignored and disrepsected by the Iraqi army when they went to volunteer, a fight broke and they went home. Even though i am anti- Maliki, i don't blame him for this particular issue. Secondly, sons of Omar are fighting him, whoever they fight, are on the right side. If not, then to a limited extent.
    one of the memebers said above: "He is an oppressor, a tyrant, a Ba'athist." - I am confident enought to say the lineage
    of Omar and Mu'waya alongside America will never fight someone with those characteristics. I assure you, follower of Ali (as).
     
    Lastly, i think we should see what the majority of Syrians have to say, at the end of the day, they are the ones living there and fully acknowledging what is right and wrong in terms of the Syrian situation:
    http://rt.com/news/163228-syria-presidential-vote-assad/
    http://rt.com/news/163696-assad-win-president-syria/
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from baradar_jackson in Assad Haters   
    Unless anti-Assad individuals cannot bring any evidence or proof that Assad himself (i repeat: himself) has done anythting oppressive, then I reccomend you sit yourself down. We need to look at who he is figting. So many rulers are either selling themselves and their dignity or bowing down to America and it's allies, we should thank Allah we have someone who has the guts to stand up, and fights terrorism for three years. Firstly, when goverments like Saudi and America are fighting someone, that means they are fighting hypocrisy, murder and most importantly, terrosrim. I understand some of the memebrs here have family memebrs under attack or have been, we should blame who did it to them. My cousins in iraq have been completely ignored and disrepsected by the Iraqi army when they went to volunteer, a fight broke and they went home. Even though i am anti- Maliki, i don't blame him for this particular issue. Secondly, sons of Omar are fighting him, whoever they fight, are on the right side. If not, then to a limited extent.
    one of the memebers said above: "He is an oppressor, a tyrant, a Ba'athist." - I am confident enought to say the lineage
    of Omar and Mu'waya alongside America will never fight someone with those characteristics. I assure you, follower of Ali (as).
     
    Lastly, i think we should see what the majority of Syrians have to say, at the end of the day, they are the ones living there and fully acknowledging what is right and wrong in terms of the Syrian situation:
    http://rt.com/news/163228-syria-presidential-vote-assad/
    http://rt.com/news/163696-assad-win-president-syria/
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Ethics in What Are The Rewards And Benefits Of Wearing Rings   
    The thawab and benefits of wearing aghigh:
     
    It has been reported that Imam Ridha (as) said that Imam Sadiq (as) stated: “Whosoever wears a ring whose stone is of aghigh will not become poor, and will be granted his needs in the best form.”
     
    In another hadith from Imam Sadiq (as) it has been narrated that he said that: “(Wearing) the aghigh while travelling brings protection.”
     
    Imam Sadiq (as) narrates from his father and grandfathers, from Imam Ali (as) that his Excellency said: “Wear the aghigh so that Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì blesses you, and so that you are protected from calamities.”
     
    Imam Baqir (as): “Whosoever wears the aghigh will continuously be benefited by it as long as it is worn, and a guard sent by Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì will protect that individual.”
     
    It has been reported that Imam Sadiq (as) said that his father’s grandfather (as) said: “Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì will protect whosoever engraves this phrase: (محمّد نبىّ اللَّه و علىّ ولىّ اللَّه) on the aghigh ring from a bad death and will verily die a death of fitrah (which is a good death).
     
    Imam Sadiq (as) has been narrated saying: “No hand that reaches out to Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì is dearer than the one that has an aghigh ring on it.”
     
    Imam Ridha (as) narrates from his father Imam Kadhim (as) from his father and grandfathers till Imam Husein (as) that his Excellency said: “When Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì created (Prophet) Musa ibn Imran and spoke with him in Mount Sinai, He (Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì) took a look at the ground (earth) and created the aghigh from His light and said: “(I swear) by myself that I have made it mandatory upon me not to chastise with the Fire whosever wears the aghigh, given that person loves Imam Ali (as).
     
    The thawab and benefits of wearing the firoozah
     
    Abdul-Mu’min Ansari says that he heard Imam Sadiq (as) saying: “The hand that bears the firoozah will never become needy.”
     
    The thawab and benefits of the jaz’/jiz’ yamani
     
    Muhammad ibnul-Husein narrates from his noble father that Imam Ali (as) said: “Wear the jaz’ yamani ring, for it keeps the evil of the disobedient devils away from you.”
     
    The thawab and benefits of wearing the zumurrud
     
    Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Nasr who would run some of Imam Musa ibn Ja’far’s (as) arons has reported that one day when the imam was reading a book, he told him: “Wearing the zumurrud brings comfort and isn’t followed by any hardship.”
     
    The thawab and benefits of the yaqut
     
    Husein ibn Khalid narrates that Imam Ridha (as) said that Imam Sadiq (as) has stated that: “Wear the yaqut, for it causes poverty to go away.”
     
    The thawab and benefits of the bulur
     
    Ali ibn Muhammad has narrated from Imam Sadiq (as) that he said: “Bulur is a good stone (for using on the ring).”[1] [2]
     
    Two points must be noted here:
     
    1- Jewelry made of gold is haram for men, including gold rings.[3]
     
    2- The benefits that were mentioned for these stones, aren’t for sure, meaning that these stones aren’t the whole cause for them, they are rather part of their cause and in other words, there might be other things that must be observed for these benefits to surely take place (for example, when it is said that wearing a certain stone keeps away poverty, it doesn’t mean that one can just wear it and sit and do nothing and wait for poverty to go), but of course the thawab of these stones according to these hadiths is for sure and one who wears them will be rewarded by Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì.

    [1] Sheikh Saduq, Thawabul-A’mal wa ‘Iqabul-A’mal.
    [2] For further explanation and information, see:
    1- Sheikh Saduq, Thawabul-A’mal wa ‘Iqabul-A’mal.
    2- Muhammad Ali Mujahidi, Padashe Nikiha va Keyfare Gonahan.
    3- Sharafuddin Khuvaidaki, Kasheful-Istar dar Tarjomeye Jame’ul-Akhbar.
    4- Sheikh Saduq, Al-Khisal.
    5- Husein Ghaffari, Ayeene Bandegi va Niyayesh.
    6- Sheikh Saduq, ‘Ilalul-Shara’i’.
    7- Adabe Huzur.
    8- Fatimah Mashayekh, Qisasul-Anbiya’.
    9- Seyyid Ibrahim MirBagheri, Makaremul-Akhlaq.
    10- Ahmad Sadiq Ardestani, Navadere Ravandi.
    11- Mohammad Baqir Sa’edi, Faza’ele Panj Tan dar Sihahe Sheshganeye Ahle Sunnat.
    [3] See: Tawdihul-Masael (risalah) of the maraji’, vol. 1, pg. 482.
     
    http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa1962
     
    (wasalam)
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Al-Hassan in What Is The Shia View Of The Isis Terrorist Group?   
    They are a waste of harmful flesh that needs to be exterminated immediately. 
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    PenOfTruth reacted to repenter-gone4awhile in Is There An Ayat. Khamenei Fatwa For Iraq?   
    You can be 150% sure that behind the curtains those two are talking. Internally Ayatollah Khamenei has also spoken to military officials and generals. But nothing official to the public yet. 
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    PenOfTruth reacted to repenter-gone4awhile in Is There An Ayat. Khamenei Fatwa For Iraq?   
    Nothing yet, he doesn't need to. Ayatollah Sistani is doing a great job himself, he doesn't need help so far. 
     
    He barely said anything and 1.5 million iraqis stepped up, which is amazing. Only thing Iraq might need help with from Iran is intelligence and maybe some on site commanders that don't run. Otherwise, bravery, manpower and weapons the Iraqis have themselves. 
     
    I hope they totally slaughter these takrifis in such a way that it will take another 500 years before anyone thinks about it again. 
     
    We might have our differences between the nationalities, but no one thinks twice that if you threaten our holy sites, black, blue, brown, sandlizzard iraqi or majousi irani doesnt matter anymore. Our holy sites is bloodbinding and is off limits. 
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    PenOfTruth reacted to robbenmessi1010 in The Book Of Sulaym Bin Qays Al-Hilali   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
    All Shias should have this book.
    Imam As-Sadiq (as) said:
    "If anyone of our Shias does not have the book of Sulaym Ibn Qays Al Hilali, then he does not have any of our things and does not know any of our matters."
    -Al mustadrak al-Wasail H21397
     
    The book can be found here:
    - Plain English: http://marefat.weebly.com/uploads/4/1/6/0/4160691/kitab_sulaim_ibn_qays_al-hilaali.pdf
    - Arabic + English Translation: http://hubeali.com/kitab-e-sulaym
     
    I've just started reading it and wanted to share it with everyone.  :)
    Wassalam.
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    PenOfTruth reacted to repenter-gone4awhile in Bashar Wins Presidential Election   
    I like him to the degree that he has befriended shias and never betrayed us when asked for help. Nor do i believe all the ghost stories about him ordering killing of civilians being a tyrant etc etc. He has made some mistakes yes, and in a turmoil innocent lives get lost, but i don't think he personally intended for that to happen and rather tried his best to avoid it. 
     
    I don't agree with his form of government, but as far as i know, his good deeds seem to overweight his bad deeds by tons. I also believe it's very challenging to even try to change the form of government even if he wanted to, considering all the turmoil and attacks from all sides. 
     
    And yes, from what i see, some of his actions and behavior sometimes remind me more of a good shia than other shias.
     
    Shias need to unite no matter what their marjas differences are. We can disagree on things, but ONLY behind closed doors. In the open we must stand united. 
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Ali Musaaa :) in Ayatollahs Armed And Ready   
    May Allah damn and rid Iraq of the ISIS scum and grant victory to the oppressed, lillahi ameen.
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Ruq in Ayatollahs Armed And Ready   
    Salams to all,
     
    Ayatollah Sistani (may Allah bless him and keep him safe) has issued a call for people to arm and protect themselves and the ullema are leading the way.
     
    Ayatollah Mousawi:

     
    Ayatollah Qazwini:

     
    Sayed Hossein Qazwini:

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    PenOfTruth reacted to Jaabir in My Solution For Iraq   
    (bismillah)
    (salam)
     
    I was reading the thread about the 'Isaabaat al-Baghdadi (the term I will be using for for these thugs) taking over Mosul, and I came over a post from Abu Izrael suggesting that Shi'a militias such as Jaysh al-Mahdi et al. should emerge and start fighting 'Isaabaat al-Baghdadi. Here, I'd like to offer my solution to Iraq, and it may be a bit unconventional to many, but from my observations, this is the way to go. I only have two options in mind, the second is virtually impossible.
     
    Option 1: Iraq (and by the looks of it, most Arab countries) needs a dictator.
     
    Let me explain, when you look at all the Arab countries from when they had an authoritative ruler/dictator/Army rule, it was generally stable and growing formidably. When you look at Saddam's (لعنت الله) era, he ruled with an iron fist to anybody that threatened his rule, took no BS from foreign pressure, and ruled by imposing fear. If any of you have read Niccolo Machiavelli's "The Prince," he has a good quote and I see this as relatively true when he says, "It is much safer to be feared than loved because [...] love is preserved by the link of obligation which, owing to the baseness of men, is broken at every opportunity for their advantage; but fear preserves you by a dread of punishment which never fails.”
     
    A common argument that has unfolded among that I'm seeing a lot lately, that the U.S. made a mistake by invading Iraq and removing Saddam because Saddam was better than the state of Iraq now. (In other words, Iraq would be in a less worse state than it is now than if Saddam was still in power.) This statement should infuriate the true Iraqis, because although Saddam did not have the daily bombings and widespread conflicts vs. the national army from various sources, he oppressed the majority of the country and the belief that there would be less killings now if he was still in power is wrong, Saddam was responsible for the deaths of many more than what we have now with the 'Isaabaat al-Baghdadi running rampant.
     
    Iraq needs a patriotic dictator, one that will not marginalize the majority of the people (this is key, I am technically suggesting that this dictator should be a secular Shi'a), one that will not succumb to foreign pressure and interference, and one that will unite all these various militias of Shi'as that we have today (in reference to Abu Izrael's suggestion). Today, we see that whenever the Iraqi Army captures a terrorist, the terrorist is first sent to prison, maybe given a few lashes, and then taken through the international legal process that these parasites don't deserve. Even though Iraq has one of the highest execution rates in the world at the moment, it should be way higher than it is right now with the current situation of the country. In my opinion, when these terrorists get captured, they should have all information beaten out of them that they possibly possess, and then put to death immediately. This will not cause these disastrous events that happened in the past where these terrorists have the chance to escape. From this recent takeover of Mosul, it was reported that 2000+ terrorists were released by 'Isaabaat al-Baghdadi (!), and if anybody remembers last year's attack, where even more extremely dangerous terrorists were released. 
     
    Iraq needs a dictator that will identify its allies and define its enemies. If any of you have read George Orwell's "1984," you should know that a good strategy for creating a united ideology among the people is by directing your anger and hatred for all the problems that may be happening to a specific source. Iraq needs a dictator that will point fingers (I think Saudi Arabia would be most suitable) at her enemies, one that will disregard all foreign formalities and the BS that they require with prisoners. This dictator should take advantage of the Iraqi people's adornment for scholars, and have a major scholar 'endorsing' him. If any of these small Shi'a militias take up arms against this dictator while fighting 'Isaabaat al-Baghdadi, they should be swiftly suppressed and this is the only way to stop causing more unnecessary casualties at two different war fronts. Iraq needs a strong, united army. Iraq has one of the largest Arab armies in the world at the moment and should be a lot better than what's happening to them right now. Saddam's army was the fourth largest in the world, and Saudi Arabia knew he was a lunatic and was scared to death of a possible Iraqi attack on Saudi Arabia. 
     
    Also, this dictator must marginalize some minorities in its country. This is inevitable, when you have several minorities that are willing to take up arms. And it's not like I am suggesting this 'ideal dictator' to do, it will naturally happen when in a situation like this.
     
    I hope anybody who actually read all of what I read is open-minded and doesn't start attacking this political view that I was itching to express.
     
    Option 2: Erase borders with Iran (i.e. merge with Iran and create a new country)
     
    This will never happen and I only put this as an option because I don't see any other possible solution other than the mentioned. When you have a large Kurdish population in both countries, you'll have several different wars happening at once. Plus, Iraq has many patriotic, secular people who wouldn't stand having their Arab identity merged with 'an outsider.' This has potential to create yet another war. All in all, this option would only be possible if a widely integrated war at many fronts is won Iran and Iraq's armies, and that will most likely not happen. Also, Iran has it's own problems securing it's borders with Pakistan, druggies crossing the border, and occasional Kurd attacks. And please note I am not talking about one country being annexed to the other in this option.
     
    If you actually read all of what I wrote, I'm assuming you're as interested in Middle East politics as myself. Feel free to criticize my thought-process and feel free to give your own solutions.
     
    Iraq has been suffering for far too long, and it's sad that Baghdad, arguably the most beautiful city of the Middle East at one point in time, is going to see dark days after this Mosul attack.
     
    (wasalam)
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    PenOfTruth reacted to IbnSohan in 2014 Iraq Conflict [Opinion & Analysis]   
    Sunnis are stupid, that's how. They are willing to get their cities destroyed just to win over Shia or get their own Iraq. 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nhp3Pc7mlD8&feature=youtu.be
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Al-Hassan in 2014 Iraq Conflict [Opinion & Analysis]   
    First Falujah, then all of Al-Anbar, and now Mosul. what's next, Baghdad? I don't know how these kafir filthy rats are crawling their way across Iraq, but I regret to say that they are doing a good job at it from their end...Allahu Almusta'an
    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/06/09/uk-iraq-security-idUKKBN0EK22Z20140609
    Insurgents in Iraq overrun Mosul provincial government headquarters
    BY ZIAD AL-SINJARY
    MOSUL Iraq Mon Jun 9, 2014 11:30pm BST
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    (Reuters) - Insurgents overran the headquarters of the provincial government in Iraq's northern city of Mosul late on Monday, making further gains in a fourth day of fighting in the country's second-largest city.
    Governor Atheel Nujaifi was trapped inside the building but managed to escape while police held back an assault by hundreds of militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades, sniper rifles and heavy machine guns mounted on vehicles.
    The western side of Mosul is now in control of militants, who are advancing steadily southwards in the direction of a major army base where a military airport and top-security prison are located, three army officers told Reuters.
    Earlier on Monday, Nujaifi made a televised plea to the city's inhabitants to fight militants who have been regaining ground in Iraq and last Friday moved into Mosul.
    "I call on the men of Mosul to stand firm in their areas and defend them against the outsiders, and to form popular committees through the provincial council," said Nujaifi, the Iraqi flag draped behind him.
    Police and local officials said the militants were using cranes to move blast walls into position and block roads to prevent the army from regaining control.
    Several army officers said Iraqi forces were demoralised and no match for the militants from the Sunni Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), which is also active across the border in Syria.
    "Without urgent intervention of more supporting troops Mosul could fall into their hands in a matter of days" said a senior security official from Nineveh operation centre, adding that ISIL was only 3 kilometres from the Ghizlani military camp.
    The fighting has already forced more than 4,800 families from their homes to other parts of the province and beyond, Iraqi deputy Migration and Displacement minister said.
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from yafatimaalzahra in A Women's Jihad Is Pleasing Her Husband?   
    Well said, many people here lack to know this.
    The Prophet (S) said, 'If a man has a wife who mistreats him, Allah does not accept her daily prayer, nor any other good deed she performs, even if she was to fast all her life, until and unless she relieves him and pleases him…and the husband will bear the same burden and punishment if he mistreats or oppresses his wife.’[Wasael al-Shi`aah , v. 14, p. 116, no. 1]
    some brothers need to understand that both play same roles in terms of giving needs to the opposite side.
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from Amina in Damn, Shiachat Sucks   
    Positives more than negatives.
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Wizdom in Rasulallah (Saws) Hated Giving Hadith ?   
    So essentially she's claiming that the Prophet (SAAWA) hated talking to people.
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Abu Nur in Ayatuallah Sayyid Ali Sistani Death Threat   
    ISIL should be cleansed from the earth.
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    PenOfTruth got a reaction from kamyar in Imam Ali Treats Aisha With Respect, And Asks Us To   
    agreed.
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    PenOfTruth reacted to Abu Izrael in Child Marraige Law In Iraq.   
    To add to Wizdom's post, the issue is essentially a conflict between the secular and Islamic parties but the media is misrepresenting the issue and going so far as to assume that child marriages will be allowed. I haven't heard a single case of a child being married in Iraq.
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