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AbdusSibtayn

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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to shadow_of_light in The Four Elements   
    Very interesting! We can compare human's lust (inner satan) to fire and conclude that humans are made of all those 4 or 5 elements (physical body: water+earth- soul: wind- lust: fire...and it is also said that humans have an ethereal body which is diffetent from soul).
    Also according to Islamic medicine, humans can have 5 different natures: dry and cold (which is related to earth), dry and warm (fire) and so on.
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Hameedeh in Believe Anything   
    Alhamdulillah ! Alhamdulillah !
    Mashallah, brother @Qa'im ! Your piercing insights and lucid portrayals of these pressing problems never cease to amaze me!!
    I don't really feel that there is anything else that can be added to your already comprehensive post. keep it up!
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Abu Nur in Mecca or the Mechanical   
    marvellous! simply marvellous! 
    Congratulations once gain, brother @Qa'im !!
    This vandalism on our Islam ethics and aesthetics is no longer limited to just the realm of architecture. Look at this - 
    'Sharia compliant' sex shop to open in Mecca selling halal sex products for Muslims
    Umayyadism in full swing!!
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Qa'im in Mecca or the Mechanical   
    marvellous! simply marvellous! 
    Congratulations once gain, brother @Qa'im !!
    This vandalism on our Islam ethics and aesthetics is no longer limited to just the realm of architecture. Look at this - 
    'Sharia compliant' sex shop to open in Mecca selling halal sex products for Muslims
    Umayyadism in full swing!!
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Qa'im in The Matrix is a System   
    Assalam alaykum,
    Just saw this post. Once again, brother @Qa'im, I really really must congratulate you for having written this marvelous post, it is indeed regaling, to say the least! You have articulated in the most accurate and point-device manner what I, just like other university-going Muslim youth, have to come to grips with everyday. It is so very relatable!
    I am in total agreement with you. Our faith and identity have already sustained a horrific amount of damage from the intellectual onslaughts of these 'libertine missionaries'. To intellectually counter them is now a pressing need, and we are doing painfully little in this regard. It's well-nigh time that we wake up from our slumber and rise to the occasion by confronting this mortal threat, or else the horrifying prospect of losing an entire generation of ours to their delusional deceptions and perverse, corrupting enticements stares us in the face. We are already running out of time.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Hamza Yusuf and Black Lives Matter   
    I see, well I am sorry to say this but there are only two feasible options that I see. 1.) Intergration while keeping the deen,it will save a lot of heartache and frustration  and 2.) Hijrah, although not everyone can go  or willing to adapt to  Iran, Lebanon, Iraq or Kuwait. Can't go to Qatar or Saudi Arabia obviously or really any Sunni majority country. 
    Heck, I read a post saying that Western converts are not really wanted in the Middle East. If there's any truth to it, where will we go now? So that would just leave intergration and we can do it while remaining true to Islam.
    I really don't see separation working too well for us unfortunately @E.L King
     
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to YAli in Hamza Yusuf and Black Lives Matter   
    @E.L King That's why I said we also need to fix our own house first. All of these liberal pro LGBT feminist Muslims without any wisdom or clue. 
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Hamza Yusuf and Black Lives Matter   
    No, not really but you should have mentioned that earlier in your comment to prevent people like me from misunderstanding you. 
    It's common sense. 
    If we want a decent life in the West, we must speak up and not let liberals or conservatives use us or oppress us. Does that make sense to you?  You understand where I'm coming from with this? 
    All it takes for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing, brother. 
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Hamza Yusuf and Black Lives Matter   
    So I guess we can forget about dawah and spreading the message of Islam; The only way you can accept the prophethood of Muhammad (saws), the wilayah of Ali (as) and the sacrifices of the Ahlulbayt (as) is to be born into it.
    No more reverts either, we can't be troubled by people who take the time to explore and accept our deen.
    No more speaking out against far-right clowns, Islamophobia and Zionist politicians and their policies. 
    After all, we can't be bothered according to you. Isolation is the best policy, right. 
    I'm sorry to say but I am offended by what you said. This is nothing more than a slap in the face to me as a revert.
    I might make a personal struggle to get rid of ignorant thinking like yours in the Ummah because I didn't convert to Judaism 2.0, I converted to Islam which rejects such nonsense like a chosen race and being born into religion through and through.
    Before you accuse me of twisting your words out of their context, reread what you wrote and understand what I wrote above is exactly how I perceived it.
    Wording is everything if you don't want to want to be misunderstood, brother. 
    I'm very disappointed in you, that's all I can say.
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    AbdusSibtayn reacted to saberrider in A Guide to Sunni Trends   
    Salam . 
    I grew up in a Sunni Barelvi household in Pakistan. Having said that, I foubd this post to be very interesting, especially this being based on a Shia's observation. Overall, a decent summary. Kudos. 
     
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from saberrider in A Guide to Sunni Trends   
    Assalamu alaykum, 
    Dear brother Qa'im, I must really congratulate you on that information-rich, epistemologically sound masterpiece ! We hardly have such insightful works done nowadays. Keep up the good work !
    I suggest (if it's not too much of a trouble) that you make a similar classificatory study on the contemporary trends within our own Twelver Shi'i (imami) school. Whilst I am aware of the risks involved in this undertaking, such a study would nevertheless be immensely useful.
    Best wishes !!
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from fatemah kareema in A Guide to Sunni Trends   
    Assalamu alaykum, 
    Dear brother Qa'im, I must really congratulate you on that information-rich, epistemologically sound masterpiece ! We hardly have such insightful works done nowadays. Keep up the good work !
    I suggest (if it's not too much of a trouble) that you make a similar classificatory study on the contemporary trends within our own Twelver Shi'i (imami) school. Whilst I am aware of the risks involved in this undertaking, such a study would nevertheless be immensely useful.
    Best wishes !!
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    AbdusSibtayn got a reaction from Sumayyeh in A Guide to Sunni Trends   
    Assalamu alaykum, 
    Dear brother Qa'im, I must really congratulate you on that information-rich, epistemologically sound masterpiece ! We hardly have such insightful works done nowadays. Keep up the good work !
    I suggest (if it's not too much of a trouble) that you make a similar classificatory study on the contemporary trends within our own Twelver Shi'i (imami) school. Whilst I am aware of the risks involved in this undertaking, such a study would nevertheless be immensely useful.
    Best wishes !!
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