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  1. To give u an example of how TRUE this documentary is- one of the bros from ShiaChat said to me "thr is nothing wrong w/men being addicted to porn etc t's not haram." See what's going on?

  2. Thanks for the posting the links to The Arrivals, bro. I already saw them last month n was very surprised!

  3. i have watched this movie.. i have a question ...... dont know if it was asked earlier or not.... sheikh hassan .. in this movie.... said once.... PROPHET MOHAMMAD (PBUHF) HAD BEEN DOING MEDITATION IN THE CAVE OF HIRA BEFORE QURAN WAS REVEALED..... i dont know where did he get this from? can someone tell me anything about it? thanks
  4. This Series Explores the Revelations in World Religions Regarding the Arrivals of the Antichrist Dajjal, Imam Al-Mahdi, and The Second Coming of The Christ. A Work Inspired by Hashemsfilms and of Course the Words of the Noble Qoran, The Holy Bible, and The Torah, The Arrivals is a Joint Production by truthseekers Noreagaaa and Achernahr. It has over 45 parts .. but some of them were not suitable for kids to watch.. so were removed you can start watching from 1st part here: http://www.shiyat.com/play.php?vid=2655 add you rcomments and reviews please. thanks
  5. lol ya this guy look like him but he is syed.. but this guy is not.... see this guy is wearing white Emamah...
  6. Mourners remember Muslim soldier who died in Afghanistan 2nd Lt. Mohsin Naqvi one of four killed by roadside bomb By SCOTT WALDMAN, Staff writer Last updated: 3:46 p.m., Monday, September 22, 2008 COLONIE -- Mohsin Naqvi, a Muslim who joined the Army after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks and then died in an Afghanistan roadside bombing last week, was mourned by more than 100 people at a Central Avenue mosque today. Male mourners left the prayer room at the al-Fatima Islamic Center about 20 minutes before the start of the 1 p.m. ceremony so that the female members of the mosque could pay respects to Naqvi, who was 26 years old. The men gathered in the hall and bowed their heads in silence as wailing could be heard through the closed doors of the prayer room. Some of the women chanted Naqvi's first name. Naqvi joined the Army shortly after the terror attacks and hoped to bridge the divide between America and the Muslim world, friends and relatives say "Our message is we have chosen this country. We are going to live here. We are going to die here. We are going to contribute in every respect," said Haider Khwaja, the mosque's vice president. "He has sacrificed his life for the country." Naqvi was among four U.S. Army soldiers killed Sept. 17 when a roadside bomb exploded near their patrol in eastern Afghanistan. He died during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Naqvi grew up near Newburgh. He was born in Pakistan and came to the U.S. as a young child. The second lieutenant had joined the Army Reserve near Newburgh days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and used his language skills to communicate with Afghans and reassure them about American intentions. His wife, Raazia, lives with his sister, Tasneem Ali, in Mechanicville. Six soldiers carried Naqvi's coffin into the mosque this afternoon as mourners filed in. Following Muslim tradition, the soldiers all removed their shoes before carrying Naqvi's casket into the al-Fatima Islamic Center. Once the casket was placed inside the mosque, Naqvi's brother, Hassan, 18, cried and kneeled before the coffin. The University at Albany pre-med student held his brother's military identification tags in his hands. "He was so full of energy, so happy. I have not seen people so happy, laughing all the time," family friend and mosque President Imdad Imam said, describing Naqvi and his wife, Raazia, at their wedding three months ago. Naqvi was deployed the next day. His funeral is being held at the same mosque where he was married. Naqvi graduated from Newburgh Free Academy and was a prominent member of the Mid-Hudson Islamic Association. His death comes during a spike in violence in Afghanistan, where the U.S. has sustained 122 deaths in 2008, more than any year since the U.S. first invaded in 2001. Naqvi was buried in Evergreen Memorial Park in Colonie. (Hassan Naqvi, right, is comforted by a family member as he listens to Iman Hashim Raza, left, say a prayer over the body of his brother Mohsin Naqvi ) Mourners picked up the coffin from the back of the hearse and carried it 50 yards to the grave. Following Muslim custom, they sat it down three times and passed it along the line of men. Women sobbed as the soldier was carried to them. Soldiers fired a 21-gun salute and handed a folded American flag to Naqvi's widow. Men reached inside the coffin to clutch the shrouded body and pray. Family members grabbed handfuls of dirt to throw on the coffin and mourners picked up shovels to scoop up the earth. They clutched each other as the grave was covered. Mourners pray for fallen soldier Mohsin Naqvi at his funeral ceremony at al-Fatima Islamic Center in Colonie on Monday, Sept. 22. prayer led by Imam Hashim Raza Ghadiri (From London) (Skip Dickstein / Times Union) Hassan Naqvi, brother of fallen soldier Mohsin Naqvi, is overcome with emotion before the funeral ceremony at al-Fatima Islamic Center in Colonie on Monday, Sept. 22 (Skip Dickstein / Times Union) The coffin carrying the body of Mohsin Naqvi is carried by a U.S. Army color guard from the al-Fatima Islamic Center in Colonie following Naqvi's funeral on Monday, Sept. 22. (Skip Dickstein / Times Union)
  7. jayyad mozuu... khoye shunu man'a (aggregation) bil arabi.... walau zahmat alaik...
  8. arabic is really nice language i learnd that from iraq.. but the problem was that there are 2 languages... the language of books (fasih) and the language of streets (jilfi) sometimes i get mixed up between these two because when we talk to any aalim, speaking in jilfi doesnt look good.. and when you talk to someone in market.. they hardly understand the fasih... but the language is really nice to learn and speak.
  9. salam alikum dosto kal aik dost nay yeh site ka link bheja.. socha aap sab say share kar lon iss ko dekhain kesi hai www.shiyat.com w.salam alina
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