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Mahdavist

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  1. https://www.al-Islam.org/forty-hadith-an-exposition-second-edition-Imam-Khomeini/eighth-hadith-prejudice-asabiyyah
  2. This is what we already informed you previously. Alhamdulillah you have corrected your stance and realized that it isn't part of salah or adhan.
  3. As I mentioned already it isn't part of the adhan nor is it part of the salah.
  4. It is up to the man and woman if they want to marry one another, assuming that they are both Muslims and that the (previously unmarried) woman has the permission of her guardian. The process must be honest and transparent. If the woman is not religious then you cannot use deception to try and convince the man that she is.
  5. No, they have all confirmed that it isn't part of the adhan or the prayers, which is consistent with our hadith.
  6. We are in agreement brother, adding this line to the prayers or the adhaan is an innovation.
  7. No it isn't permissible. Our lives were granted by Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and He will decide when they are taken. It is not our decision to make.
  8. 'Invalid' doesn't have any technical significance here because adhan or iqamah are not mandatory acts to be validated or invalidated. However, the ulema have indeed confirmed what the hadith already show us, which is that it isn't part of the adhan or iqamah and shouldn't be recited as part of either.
  9. It isn't part of the adhan, the iqamah or prayers as taught by the ma'soomeen (عليه السلام).
  10. Most shi'a in mecca or medina don't either. They pray on a straw mat or on the uncarpeted areas with marble/stone floors. You could also use a clay tasbeeh since it wouldn't stand out as much as a solid, round turbah.
  11. Usually it's not an issue to pray with open hands at these places. Many Maliki Sunnis also pray in this manner.
  12. This already shows two very important things: 1) You have recognized right from wrong and have the fear of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) in your heart 2) You have the consideration and empathy of thinking about the people who would be hurt by this action and therefore you are not a selfish person These two strong points will help you to survive this difficult period inshaAllah
  13. I would say the former. Righteousness is defined and dependent on God, rather than vice versa. In the latter case we are separating righteousness from God and assuming that He is somehow required or constrained to guide us towards it.
  14. Walaikum as salam dear brother. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you.
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