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sadegh

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  1. Hello, What do you mean by taking the name of filthy animal?
  2. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم W a salaam, Yes, what you have heard is true, and according to Islam, the penalty for an apostate is death. However, there are very important conditions. Eveyone may doubt about Allah s.w.t. or the Holy Prophet s.a.w.a. or any other certain Islamic belief, but that is not only ok, but also encouraged. We have been ordered to think and reflect upon our beliefs. Doubt, as late shahīd Motahhari says, is a bridge toward discovering the truth. A person who examines and analyzes the existence of God is not an apostate. Bare in mind that the death penalty
  3. There are three issues: 1. Khums, which is obligatory on certain things, namely the profit, or gain from earning. At the end of every year, it is obligatory to pay one fifth of the remaining annual profit as khums, which is itself divided into two parts: half of it goes to the poor sayyids and the other half goes to the marji’ who will decide how and where to spend it. 2. Zakaat of the properties, which is obligatory on wheat, barley, dates, raisins, gold, silver, camel, cow, sheep (including goat), and as an obligatory precaution, the wealth in business. I think your question c
  4. To be honest, I don't really get what you mean. Could you explain your question a bit more?
  5. The answer I provided was based on the verse I mentioned in my first answer. The verse says, "The seven heavens and the earth and whatever is in them exalt Him." which includes all human beings. But remember that the takwini submission is not an advantage, for it is an inherent, innate act that is done without one's will. Peace.
  6. You're welcome, As for the question you asked, the answer is yes, even the kaafirs and munaafiqs exalt Allah s.w.t. in the sense that each and every part of their bodies exalt Him, without their own realization. And this has nothing to do with their Kufr, since kufr is the opposite of belief which are both conscious acts, unlike the takwini submission which is a subconscious act. Peace.
  7. بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Salaamun alaykum, Mary the mother of Prophet Jesus Christ (peace be upon them both) is absolutely one of the heights women in the world. However, to compare between her and lady Fatima az-Zahraa s.a. requires that we look at the non-Quranic authentic evidence, too. As we know, the holy Quran, for certain reasons mentioned in its own place, never adresses the Ahlul Bayt a.s. in a direct way. However, an abundant number of the verses in the Quran are about the Ahlul Bayt a.s. We can realize this through referring to the authentic ahaadith. Concerning t
  8. بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Salaamun alaykum, If I have understood you correctly you are asking about the two types of submission to the Creator. In the holy Quran, as well as the ahaadith of the Ahlul Bayt a.s., submission is divided into two types: takwini and tashri'i. Takwini submission is 5hat which includes all creatures with no exception. That is, all creatures are inherently submissive to Allah s.w.t. in an unconscious manner. The following verse is a good proof for this type of submission: (تُسَبِّحُ لَهُ السَّمَاوَاتُ السَّبْعُ وَالْأَرْضُ وَمَنْ فِيهِنَّ ۚ وَإِنْ
  9. As for the sanad of the hadeeth, it is technically hasan, which means "good." When all or some of the narrators in a sanad are admired (mamdooh) but are not explicitly referred to as just ('aadil), that sanad will be hasan. Some of the ulamaa maintain that hasan hadeeths are authentic, while others do not. A third group of the ulamaa deem the hasan hadeeth authentic if the majority of ulamaa act upon it. Nevertheless, such hadeeths are so many that one can easily assert their authenticity. Concerning bad intentions in the Imam's (a.s.) mind, absolutely not. We believe that Imam
  10. You're welcome, brother! Thank you very much, brother! But, we cannot generally say that whoever ends up with divorce will be punished, because divorce, though being the most undesirable halaal, is halaal, and it is sometimes the only solution. May Allah s.w.t. bless all of us, and we seek refuge to Him from being situated in such circumstances. Peace!
  11. W A Salaam, In all four cases, the man is allowed to marry his ex wife, temporarily or permanently, except in one situation: after the third divorce. So, the man who has divorced his wife (normal or khula) for the first or second time, can remarry her (mut'ah or permanent) after the completion of her iddah and recitation of the formula. But the man who has divorced his wife (normal or khula) for the third time, cannot remarry her, unless she marries another person with four conditions: the marriage should be permanent, not mut'ah; they have sexual intercourse;
  12. W A Salaam, Dear friend, talking to the opposite gender (non-mahram) in itself is not haraam, unless it entails haraam acts. However, be aware that talking with non-mahram, especially in the case of the youth, is one of the most dangerous traps of Satan, which draws the person into committing sins in the future without knowing it. In the beginning, it may have no effects, but little by little, it brings evil thoughts to one's mind, and these thoughts gradually become stronger and stronger, until they put the person in the trap of vice. Remember that this is no case where you tru
  13. في تفسير العياشي، عن الصادق ع، قال: ما علم الملائكة بقولهم: أ تجعل فيها من يفسد فيها و يسفك الدماء، لو لا أنهم قد كانوا رأوا من يفسد فيها و يسفك الدماء أقول: يمكن أن يشير بها إلى دورة في الأرض سابقة على دورة بني آدم هذه كما وردت فيه الأخبار Tafseer al-Ayyaashi narrated from Imam as-Saadiq a.s.: If the angles had not seen men who would cause corruption in it (the Earth), and shed blood, they would not have said "Will You set in it someone who will cause corruption in it, and shed blood?" This may be an indication to an era on Earth prior to the era of the sons of Adam, as ment
  14. According to the traditions and some interpreters' viewpoints, the current generation of mankind is not from Abel or Cain, it’s from Adam’s (A.S) other son, Seth. However, when it comes to the marriage of Adam’s (A.S) children, there are some viewpoints among Muslim scholars, each mentioning reasons from Quran and traditions for their viewpoints. Some of these viewpoints are briefly mentioned here: 1- It was a marriage among siblings. Since it was not forbidden by God to marry a sibling and because there was no other way to preserve Adam's (A.S) offspring, therefore this type of marriage was
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