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In the Name of God بسم الله

kamyar

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    سرمایه محبت زهراست دین من
  • Birthday 09/24/1988

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  1. From the river to the sea Palestine will be free. . #Covid1948
  2. Keep calm. These things happen everywhere: https://www.military.com/daily-news/2018/05/14/training-kills-more-troops-war-heres-whats-being-done-about-it.html/amp ---------- "Since 2006 ... a total of 16,652 active-duty personnel and mobilized reservists have died while serving in the US armed forces. Seventy-three percent of these casualties occurred under circumstances unrelated to war," the report states. https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/06/06/politics/us-military-deadly-accidents/index.html ---------
  3. "And turn your loving attention to the believers" During Ramadhan he was mostly on missions and he would always break his fast with the fighters on the front lines and would eat the same food as them. Sometimes he would give out his food to fighters and eat only bread and yoghurt himself.
  4. I am trying to control what is called khotorat (what comes into one's mind and heart). For example, avoiding dhan (suspicion), considering others better than myself, justifying others' actions as much as possible etc. I think we underestimate these things and don't know what blessings we acheive if clarifying our hearts and minds from sheitani khotorat.
  5. @randomly curious Thanks. That was an interesting hadith. Here is the hadith in Arabic (plus Persian translation): https://hadith.inoor.ir/fa/hadith/304066/Explanation
  6. Aerospace commander Hajizadeh: "We laid out 400 targets ready to strike if they responded to Ain al-Assad."
  7. American Eagle Claw operation vs God's Ababil operation After 40 years, American regime hasn't still comprehend the reason for its repeatedly failures against Islamic Revolution. الا ان حزب الله هم الغالبون
  8. Haj Ghasem: Am I a good person in your opinion? اللهم نحن لا نعلم منه الا خیرا
  9. الحمدلله که نوکرتم الحمدلله که مادرمی... With English sub.
  10. Translation: We were on a plane on the way to Damascus. I told Hajj Ghasem: Haji, we never liked war and everyone hates it, but pray that God never closes the door of martyrdom on us. He looked at me and said: "I assure you that we will have days ahead the martyrs desire and say, 'If only we were with you.' https://www.tasnimnews.com/fa/news/1399/01/22/2240580/خاطرات-مهدی-سلحشور-از-سردار-سلیمانی-ویژه-برنامه-هیئت-فاطمیون-قم-برای-ماه-رمضان Salahshour is a famous and known noha reciter. It seems Hajj Ghasem has said this to others too.
  11. Being lazy makes life harder.
  12. I was talking about the similarity of the languages (when one uses the language of the discussion the response is discussion and when one uses the language of the insult the response is punishment, legally), I wasn’t talking about the extent. There are also many things like this happened during the life of Prophet Muhammad, but it doesn’t mean we should be indifference. We can’t ignore the bad affects of this indifference in the West and as a result the huge amount of insult to Jesus and his mother, sadly. Brother/sister, this fatwa is according to the Islamic rulings and is accepted by many, if not all, of the scholars. If you want others to oppose this fatwa, actually you want them to oppose an Islamic rule. Let me explain one thing here. Sometimes some things are basically wrong and brain undoubtedly condemn them, for example, saying “all the people with height longer than 2 meters should be killed”. No righteous group and faith would issue such verdict and no verdicts like this would be issued by a righteous faith. However, here the question isn’t about the base of the issue (basically we agree that these insulters here are committing a very bad action and deserve punishment), but the issue is about the extent of the punishment and where we should draw the line. Who should determine these limitations? Religion, like in other cases that we obey its limitations (its limitation in the number of raka’at in prayers, the time for fasting, the punishment for the rubbery, rape etc.). Instead of evaluating others based on what they think and say about the religion, why do some do the opposite and evaluate the religious verdicts based on others’ opinion? Don’t assume these regimes that played a kolibazi and opposed this fatwa and even cut the diplomatic ties with Iran, did all these things out of their love for humans’ life or to defend freedom of speech. They have showed and proved they don’t care for these things and one can provide tens of examples for this. Apart from their hypocrisy, another thing that proves they are not in such a position that their opinions to be mattered is that they have always been in ifrat (extremism) or tafrit* (laxation). From regarding the marriage as a non-sacred thing to creating and promoting outlandish form of marriage --which aren’t even marriage. From “don’t defend when slapped in the face ” to “kill them all”, “bomb them all” and “nuke them all” attitudes. It’s sad to see many, who don’t seem to be bad people themselves, are affected by these trends. *What is the best translation for ifrat?!
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