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  1. inna lilla wa inna ilaihe raje'oon apparently he passed away today http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1211556/Devout-Muslim-dies-savage-beating-race-hate-gang-granddaughter-three.html
  2. wishful thinking :P ya alllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli
  3. ^ ya its not working yet...hopefully soon inshallah
  4. Very well said...FANTASTIC arguments and points put forward
  5. i was looking for the thread which said it is now being shown online.....but its not actually being shown on their website www.hidayat.tv
  6. GHULAM - lol why do u attend jak majlises if u hate him so much....im sooo shocked u go!!! Imam zain ul abideen was known for being the 'adornment of the worshippers' and the 'chief of those who do sajda'....he used to tremble before praying salat and turn pale when doing wudhoo....despite being an infallible....he spent all his time praying and doing tableegh through writing supplications....a hindu became a shia by doing a phd on the sahifa sajjadiya....we need to focus on the ilm of our imam eg his treatise on rights, dua makhrimal akhlaq, his speeches, his ahadith, his duas etc....this was the man who gave food to the poor in the middle of the night with his face disguised....his most famous hadith being that he would forgive his fathers killer....thats wat makes him IMAM....thers more to him then being sick in karbala and being chained....yes we should cry for his losses and remember his grief/pain/torture but we need to focus on other aspects of this imams life too ie how he worshipped god and wat he taught us about islam and the path of the ahlulbayt....if we fail to do this we are the ones who are truely missing out i have karrey....but if we truely want to follow his sunnat should we not attempt to pray the way he did and display the akhlaq he did? we could never even meet a fraction....but we can try to please him by praying etc i hope i have not offended anyone
  7. compulsory = wajib recommended = ehtiyat ????????????
  8. salaam...mashallah u have made excellent points on ur posts re jak and imam cryng cos of us

  9. u got me for BACK up...trust me im connected ;)

  10. from wat i have seen they are all pakis first.....i have spoken to jak on the fone.....he is very much a paki!!!
  11. very well said ur doin well for a bacha :yaali:
  12. ^ JAK is jus being abit of a paki...its nowt alien :!!!:
  13. yeh true but i jus cant STOP laughing at aloo qeemas/ali imrans comment :lol: on the vid so apt hahahahaha syed mohsin....the jak lovers believe that jak haters are in a majority and vice verca i admire u for standing ur ground and arguing ur case despite soo much opposition lol hats off to people who fight for what they believe in
  14. well done for speakin out in defence of jak lol

  15. 'bar ignorants lanat beshumar' hahahaha love it

  16. well i did say there are some things he says that i dont agree with eg the conspiracy theories i dont think jak or the malangs are uncover CIA agents lol.... however, people seem to love his masaib...i have listened to many speeches where he talks about fazail e ahlulbayt and his masaib really make people cry....it seems his love for ahlulbayt is genuine i jus think he needs to be abit more careful and sensitive u anti jak people are making me go off him :!!!: may Allah guide us all to the truth path of the ahulbayt ameen :yaali: i was there the day the trouble started...i think it was the 2nd of muhurrum...i jus missed the row....but ya the organisers at clapham were pissed that there majlises were ruined consequently..... its no shock wat happened
  17. Interesting discussion, to be honest I wasnt expecting articulate responses from the anti jak camp, all I have been seeing on other websites is curses and swear words. Approaching these people seems difficult as one would expect to get beaten up by them lol Well, the JAK row is now causing domestics in certain homes lol I like JAK majlises and I find them very inspirational, there are some things that he says which I dont agree with but I guess that could be with any maulana. I personally have felt that I have received a calling to certain ziarats through him and have had messages from ahlulbayt through him. Putting controversy aside, I do find his topics on Irfan very unique and interesting, I also find his urdu easy to understand. I also like the way he talks about contemporary issues and psychology. I feel that he is telling us to progress as a nation and not just be focused on the ritualistic aspects of azadari. I have met many young generation brit shias who have found him highly inspirational/motivational and his speeches have been a basis for a personal revolution for them eg many youngsters have told me that they have started to read namaz on a regular basis because of his speeches.....also many have started to research the treasure of duas by ahlulbayt because of him and now use them for tableegh purposes....i agree with what he says that - through the knowledge and akhlaq of the ahlulbayt we should attract people to the school of the ahlulbayt - as they are such a great intellectual entity I met someone recently who came back to shia'ism after hearing a JAK speech, some people feel that JAK speaks the truth and people dont want to hear it. Someone else told me that through JAK they have learnt how to control their nafs (Desires)...the true islamic way....maybe JAK feels that he needs to talk about fornication etc because its prevelant in western society and many parents shy away from discussing such topics with their children... I know sunnis and even iraqi christians that have done zanjeer for imam hussain, does that make them shia? there is more to shia'sm then just matum and zanjeer. Although, I would say azadari of Hussain is our identity, somewhat. I think Idaras committee should not have called him esp after a 20 year ban and knowing that he is such a controversial maulana amongst those circles. :Hijabi: also i love the way JAK tells stories about X imam or X bibi coming in X persons dream or having a meeting with them - some people call them kids stories ...but it makes a very present day connection
  18. u made some very good points on the jak thread. Thanks for that, I dont have the energy or the time to engage in such dialogue! I rate people like u for giving lengthy detailed replies in support of the truth.

    im a jak fan lol but there are certain things i dont agree with either

  19. go to an ismaili wedding.....u will get ur answer esp if u r a TRUE shia of the ahlulbayt
  20. thanks for that....i always wanted to know her story....the other two were shahbaz and boo ali sina.... im gonna forward this to my friend who has her name
  21. try vit e oil zinc and vitc supplements shud help
  22. its HINDA...hind was the good wife of yazid
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