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Mahdavist

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  1. You can send a PM directly to any member of the moderator team.
  2. I was referring to your comment on infallibility, saying that we are aligned on the definition. To answer your questions, from various narrations that explicitly name them. You are probably aware of this as we have already discussed it in the past.
  3. Please stay on topic. If there is nothing further to be added then we may end up locking the thread as it is getting derailed.
  4. This is essentially the traditional/classical Shi'i belief of infallibility.
  5. For tawheed, refer to kitab al tawheed of sheikh al suduq For ghuluw, there are some narrations summarized here: https://www.al-islam.org/imamate-and-imams-ayatullah-ibrahim-amini/chapter-2-ahlul-bayt-quran-and-traditions
  6. Agreed. To call this sunni centric would simply show one's ignorance of traditional shia beliefs as transmitted through the Qur'an and authentic hadith. Without wanting to be too disrespectful, I don't think this brother was a particular knowledgeable debater (he jumped in without having a good foundation) and even in this video he makes some ignorant statements. His first point is that apparently we told not to read the Qur'an without tafseer as we won't understand it. This isn't really the case (although some people do tend to think this). We are definitely enocuraged to read the Q
  7. I don't know, instant gratification? Herd mentality?
  8. 2-3 days at your nearest six flags then Some of these locations also seem to be quite scenic, like Cedar Point. Maybe you can negotiate 1-2 nights of camping and hiking in exchange for 2 days in a theme park.
  9. Learn from past mistakes, repent to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and try and become a better muslimah for the sake of Allah and not just to please your parents.
  10. I don't think he is being sensitive, rather it is a common dilemma of muslimeen when being in the company of someone who is sinning. Do we advise them to stop or don't we?
  11. I think he makes a very good point. The mindset of the people is to get quickly offended and hurt and to think about retribution (either divine or self initiated), whereas we could also take the approach of the ahlulbayt and say: If what you say is true may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) forgive me. If what you say is false may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) forgive you
  12. Repentance will always be the answer regardless of what the sin was. Knowing which sin it was is therefore not relevant and we shouldn't ask people to describe their sins.
  13. A month is probably long for the first time. How about starting with 3-4 days just so they get the feel of it? Also what are your kids interested in? Maybe a city trip?
  14. Instead of filtering dating sites maybe you need to directly try matrimonial sites. They seemed to work for people who I know. Otherwise it might be worth speaking to the scholars in the masajid of your region. They might direct you to someone.
  15. Have you considered natural parks or reserves in your region? Somewhere you could fish, go on forest walks, make outdoor fires and grill/bbq.
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