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  1. Salamun alaykum There are two questions: first “what is the source of existence?” and second “what is the goal of existence?” We have no doubt that God is the source of universe and made it existence from non-existence. Yet here we do not want to enter that direction as you meant why does universe exist, instead of nothingness? The answer is the same answer of the goal of creation. There are, as you know, many narrations in this regard and this is the fundamental principle.
  2. in such discussions, first you should specify your concepts like: non-existence, nothing, something, non-existence of God and so on... then you should confine the scope of discussion to a specific argument and go throw that argument in a logical and philosophical way. we can not have philosophical discussion then mention our guesses...
  3. no. we have God and then its manifestations
  4. As a list: They surrounded the house of Ali and Fatima They threatened Ahl al-Bayt to leave their house and go to the mosque (Masjid) to give bay’at (allegiance) to Abu Bakr. Then they sat fire to the door Fatima went near the door to warn them Umar understood that Fatima is behind the door so kicked the door and Hit her by the door They invaded the house, impinged her against the wall by the door, broke her rib, and killed her unborn son “Muhsin”. They put a black rope around Ali’s neck and pulled him toward the mosque Lady Fatime tried to hol
  5. Salamun alaykum Brief answer: it is recommended Explanation: As it mentioned in a narration from the Prophet (s), the word Āmīn (Amen) means “O Lord, make it happened”. So Amin is a kind of praying and is recommended as we have in the Islamic tradition. It is repeatedly reported in the life and behavior of the Prophet (s) and Ahl al-Bayt (pbut) that they had uttered “Amin” after ending some Dua'as: 1. It is quoted from the Prophet in the Dua'a after Duhr prayer: اللّهُمَّ إنّي أسأَلُكَ موجِباتِ رَحمَتِكَ.. . اللّهُمَّ لا تَدَع لي ذَنبا إلاّ غَفَرتَهُ... ولا حا
  6. Salamun alaykum I have looked into the liturgies of salat but I did not find any special narration for the direction of eyes while we are saying the first Takbir. But as you know we have the general manner for the direction of eyes while standing and that is to look at the place of prostrations (Sujud). So we can deduce maybe that it is also recommended to look at your Turba (the place of Sujud) while saying the first Takbir. Anyway it is recommended and not obligation.
  7. Yes. You are right. We never have this right to generalize distinct ideas to all and I never did that. What I said was not about its people and culture neither. In 2005, there were 24,124,501 visitors to Turkey, who contributed $18.2 billion to Turkey's revenues and in 2011, Turkey attracted more than 31.5 million foreign tourists. But in 2015, tourism in Turkey has declined due to the political-economic crisis. As you know Turkey, nowadays, is a great supporter of Isis beside Saudi Arabia and Israel. They shoot down the Russian jet, while it was bombing Isis; they trained terrorist
  8. They way to talk shows that “you” belong to the age you mentioned. If you reread what I said you will (in sha Allah) notice that I never criticized the whole country and people or even the beauty of the country.
  9. It is better to visit other beautiful and religious places rather than the supporter of isis (Turkey)
  10. salamun alaykum The first man from companion who reached Medina was the prophet’s cousin, Abu Salama. Then after him, “Amir bin Rabi’a” with his wife “Layla bint Abu hashma” were the first family that migrated to Medina.
  11. Salamun alaykum I have selected some parts from Al-Mizan commentary for your question. As you mentioned, the Arabic pronoun “them” (used in “then presented them to angles”) is made for rational beings, those who have life, sense and understanding. So we can say that the “names” (or the named ones) were some living and sensible being who were hidden behind the curtain of the unseen. It follows that the knowledge given to Adam of their names was something totally different from what we understand from the knowledge of names. Merely knowing the names (in the sense known
  12. Also according to fatwa of Ayatullah Khamenei, it is not obligatory to pour water up to down.
  13. To those who come across these question: 1. Why and how these amounts of questions and suspicions have been developed in Sunni thoughts? 2. How can we answer all the questions for each Sunnis in a short period of time? These suspicions, obviously, are not produced at one go but through centuries. It was, initially, one single inquiry about the successor of The Prophet (pbuh). Dissimilar responses resulted in divergent approaches in Islamic teachings and understandings (I.e. Sunni and Shia); and the next disputes progressively raised. Just like two people who are walki
  14. Salaam to all Spreading rumors with no evidence will take 5 minutes but a scholar should put hours to answer each line. We also can simply rewrite some of these lines and change it from “Shia” to “Sunnis”, then they should go explore their books, put hours, and answer those absurd clams. This is following doubts: إِنْ يَتَّبِعُونَ إِلاَّ الظَّنَّ وَ إِنْ هُمْ إِلاَّ يَخْرُصُون They are not following but conjectures and they are not but lying. (6:116) They verse shows that whoever follows this doubts, he is lying about other. If they are stating the truth then initially
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