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  1. Salam Brother, are you sure about the bold part? Do you have any sources?
  2. Bismehe Ta3ala,

    Assalam Alikum Sister

    How are you?  Insh'Allah you are well and in good health.

    God bless you & protect you from all harm.

    M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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      ss99

      Wa Alaykum Assalam sister

      Alhamdulillah everything is good. How are you?

       

    2. Laayla

      Laayla

      Alhamd'Allah rab al 3lameen.  We are getting ready for Muharram.  We have majalis start all day and night long every hour!

      7 AM-11pm  for the next 10 days starting Monday night.

       

  3. Salam The link doesn't work
  4. Maybe this is a stupid question, but do you know where I can find Ayatollah Sistani's Ijazah for Al-Khoei? I couldn't find it at their website, but I would like to see it before making any payment.
  5. Salam. Thank you. Do any of them (specially I.M.A.M) give you a receipt signed by Ayatollah Sistani's office? Apparently Ayat. Sistani issued a fatwa saying that we need to get a receipt signed by his office, I think I.M.A.M gives the receipt signed by Sayyed Kashmiri but I don't know if it's sufficient according to the fatwa.
  6. Assalamu Alaykum Do you pay khums to I.M.A.M through their website https://www.imam-us.org/?
  7. No, I didn't mean that. Alcohol is haram for everyone, as well as most of the music (at least according to many Maraji). I'm talking about things like classical music, it still can be haram for some people, even if they don't intend to use it in a bad way. I don't know if it makes any sense. I stopped listening to any music last year, even instrumental. A few days ago I started listening to classical music for a couple of days, and I enjoyed it so much that it was stuck in my head all day. No matter what I was doing, I wanted to finish it quickly only to go back and listen to it. Even latmiyya had the same effect on me. So maybe all music is haram for me, even the halal one? Or it could be that I spent so much time avoiding any type of music that at the end didn't know how to handle it. It felt so good, it was like eating a piece of cake after a whole month eating only salad. I don't know how to express the experience. For the first time I understood the phrase music is a drug. On the other hand, it helped me to focus more at work, I was being more productive. But it also could be only a coincidence, it was only a couple of days before I stopped it again.
  8. Assalamu Aaykum I've been thinking about this lately, that maybe the same music that is halal for a person, is haram for another, depending on the effect it has in each one of them. Does it make sense from a jurisprudential point of view?
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    Saving posts for later

    Assalamu Alaykum. Click on your username (top right corner), and then select the "Manage Followed Content" option. You will see all your followed posts. But it would be interesting if we could bookmark single posts instead of a whole thread.
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    Saving posts for later

    Sorry, I just found it can be achieved following posts.
  11. Assalamu Alaykum I apologize if it has been answered before. Is there any way we can save posts to revisit them later without having to navigate through all posts? Something like a bookmark?
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    Paying Khums to Ayatollah Saanei

    Salam. Still waiting. They are taking too long to respond answers lately. I've sent them another question more than 5 months ago and I'm still waiting. I have a feeling that they won't give me a helpful answer and my khums year ended a few months ago I think I'm gonna ask them again if I can pay khums to Ayatollah Sistani through https://www.imam-us.org/ or https://zahratrust.com/ Please let me know if you get an answer. Will do the same.
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    Help calculating khums

    Wa Alaykum Assalam I think I found the answer for my first question: 1792. If a person does not make any profit in the beginning of the year, and spends his capital, and then makes some profit before the year ends, he is allowed to deduct the amount spent from his capital, from the profit. Well I have been tracking all my earnings and expenses for the last 1-2 years, so if I pay 20% of my earnings instead of the savings I should be fine, at least regarding the money and stuff I bought the last to years, right? I've been reading the Khums rulings and I'm still confused. There are some rulings that seem to contradict each other, and I've been reading the rulings of several Maraji Maybe I'll read them one more time later and if I'm still having doubts then I'm gonna ask their offices. Thank you for your help, may Allah bless you.
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