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Hassu93

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    Hassu93 got a reaction from Hameedeh in The most dumbest thing   
    Undertaker had died 7 times 
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from Hameedeh in Who Are The People You Spend Most Of Ur Time With?   
    1)Parents
    2)Bro
    3)classmatesmy
    4) online football buddies who I never met
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE   
    I don't think Naskhwani is a great scholar or can be classified as an Ulema. 
    He is a speaker and I've seen him change his views often. Wasn't he at some point an anti Yasir Al Habib
    He does present a good view of Islam to Liberal Western youngsters but he is by no way someone who you should celebrate or have high regards as a scholar.
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from The Green Knight in British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE   
    I don't think Naskhwani is a great scholar or can be classified as an Ulema. 
    He is a speaker and I've seen him change his views often. Wasn't he at some point an anti Yasir Al Habib
    He does present a good view of Islam to Liberal Western youngsters but he is by no way someone who you should celebrate or have high regards as a scholar.
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from AliTanjiro in British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE   
    I don't think Naskhwani is a great scholar or can be classified as an Ulema. 
    He is a speaker and I've seen him change his views often. Wasn't he at some point an anti Yasir Al Habib
    He does present a good view of Islam to Liberal Western youngsters but he is by no way someone who you should celebrate or have high regards as a scholar.
  6. Completely Agree
    Hassu93 got a reaction from Soldiers and Saffron in British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE   
    I don't think Naskhwani is a great scholar or can be classified as an Ulema. 
    He is a speaker and I've seen him change his views often. Wasn't he at some point an anti Yasir Al Habib
    He does present a good view of Islam to Liberal Western youngsters but he is by no way someone who you should celebrate or have high regards as a scholar.
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    Hassu93 reacted to Soldiers and Saffron in British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE   
    The video was copyright striked by the film creators and removed by youtube.
    It can still be found on Islamic Pulse website.
    Quite embarrassing to hear nakshawani speak against himself in my opinion:
    https://islamicpulse.tv/ivideo/british-shiaism-ii-the-lady-of-heaven-backfire-english/
    You can also find it here:
    https://www.shiatv.net/video/1577232714
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from Sabrejet in British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE   
    I don't think Naskhwani is a great scholar or can be classified as an Ulema. 
    He is a speaker and I've seen him change his views often. Wasn't he at some point an anti Yasir Al Habib
    He does present a good view of Islam to Liberal Western youngsters but he is by no way someone who you should celebrate or have high regards as a scholar.
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    Hassu93 reacted to Dubilex in Why is the ummah so silent on the Uyghur genocide?   
    I myself have lived in China for 9 years. I can read and speak chinese almost like a native. I saw with my own eyes the oppression of uyghur muslims. Not the concentration camps mind you, but I've personally witnessed that Uyghurs can't even say 'salam alaikum'.
    In the words of Mesut Özil, Xinjiang is the bleeding wound of the ummah. China is committing a systematic genocide of the muslim Uyghur people. Forced sterilization, razing mosques, putting them in concentration camps where unspeakable atrocities occur.
    In fact, I've seen many fellow shias here who links to chinese propaganda and just believe everything the chinese government says. These same people will cry loudly about Palestine and the next second, will turn around and support China's genocide on muslim Uyghurs.
    Sad to say, we shias are even worse than sunnis when it comes to Uyghurs. At least there are some sunnis out there speaking up against China's genocide. But as someone who loves Ahl al-Bayt very much, I'm sad to see shias here supporting China even more enthusiastically than sunnis. 
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    Hassu93 reacted to Mahdavist in Reason behind alams?   
    If you're asking whether these practices come from the aimmah (عليه السلام) then the answer is: no they don't.
    As for who started it, I don't know. 
  11. My Prayers
    Hassu93 reacted to Fizz786 in Domestic abuse   
    yes there is a drug problem. yes i have my mistakes without a doubt. but he has huge anger issues. 
  12. Completely Agree
    Hassu93 reacted to Marbles in Domestic abuse   
    Absolute nonsense. There are plenty of men around who beat up their wives for nothing, or due to their own personal psyco issues.
    No woman should tolerate physical abuse. 
  13. Disagree
    Hassu93 reacted to shoelace in Domestic abuse   
    what is your qualification to give such stupid advice to a woman and incite her to break her house without even knowing the full story and hearing the other side of the story.
     
    be ashamed to give such drastic advice especially when you are a senior member here.
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    Hassu93 reacted to shoelace in Domestic abuse   
    There is always two sides of a story no man is mad enough to beat a woman without a reason especially when you already have a kid together. it is obvious 50 percent of issue is with you and rest 50 with him, try to talk and try to pin point the main cause of problem with him.
    if he is drunk or drug addict then above advice wont help.
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    Hassu93 reacted to Fizz786 in Domestic abuse   
    salam alaikum 
    inshaAllah you all are well. I have been through domestic abuse, so emotional psychological, emotional and physical abuse. Im getting some anxiety but came to a womans refuge with my 2 year old son. Any advice?
     
    jazkaAllah
    Fizz786 xx
  16. Completely Agree
    Hassu93 reacted to Sabrejet in The Lady of Heaven Movie   
    I absolutely agree brother; I have looked into the details surrounding the event for years, with an open mind. His Eminence specifically said that those who said he "denied" the events are liars. That hasn't stopped random people in the past twist his views to support their narrative.
    That being said, other marjas and scholars have expressed their own views on the matter too, and some have refuted him without saying his name.
    This event is something that none of my shia family told me when I was growing up: it's based on my own journey over the years, and I actually looked at all points of view from shia and sunni scholars. I avoided Zakirs, Yasir Habib and their likes like the plague during all this. In the end, I reached the conclusion that certain people will certainly be burning in hell for what they did. However, we don't say their names; our Imam's refrained from cursing them by name, and it's against forum rules.
    Any movies based on weak sources and fabricated narratives will do nothing but weaken our case though.
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from hasanhh in Why do ahle sunnah believe hazrath Abu talib wasn't a Muslim?   
    Yourel whole argument is based on one thing that no where in the history it was recorded that he was Muslim. 
    If he wasn't a Muslim shouldn't there be evidence of him being a Kafir then ?. So if he was really a kafir why did the prophet spend a lot of his lifetime under the protection of a kafir ? Why would he even live with someone who doesn't accept his teaching or doesn't accept him as the messenger of God ?
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from f6om in Why do ahle sunnah believe hazrath Abu talib wasn't a Muslim?   
    Yourel whole argument is based on one thing that no where in the history it was recorded that he was Muslim. 
    If he wasn't a Muslim shouldn't there be evidence of him being a Kafir then ?. So if he was really a kafir why did the prophet spend a lot of his lifetime under the protection of a kafir ? Why would he even live with someone who doesn't accept his teaching or doesn't accept him as the messenger of God ?
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    Hassu93 reacted to AmirioTheMuzzy in Did you vote for Democratic Zionist or Republican Zionist?   
    I'm aware... By the Palestinians being 'indigenous to the land' I refer to the nationality of the Arab people living under the British Mandate of Palestine (1918-1948) prior to the state of Israel. European Jewish settlers & Middle-Eastern Jews I refer to as the Israelis, as they live under the same Settler lifestyle and share the same guiding beliefs. I used the word 'Palestinian' in contrast to 'Israeli'. This is common terminology, so I'm unsure as to why I have to explain myself.
    This is a patently false claim and common Zionist rhetoric -- of both non-Muslim and Muslim Zionists alike. Absolutely no promise of land to any group is made in the Qu'ran, these are all miss-interpretations of the Qu'ran -- made by some fringe Sunnis and some non-Muslims and then propagated by Zionists. There is not one Shia who has ever made such interpretations since the inception of Islamic scholarship, so I don't know why you are even entertaining such a claim as a Shia. Such beliefs are tribalistic and would be condemned if anything, as no race or peoples is superior or inherently owed anything by virtue of their 'race'... and we are judged by our actions. Moreover, you didn't even bother to put a surah and ayah when making such a claim! May I remind you that you are risking making a false accusation against God's book.
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    Hassu93 reacted to Zainuu in Why do ahle sunnah believe hazrath Abu talib wasn't a Muslim?   
    Proof?
    You can say that you don't know and it is not recorded anywhere. But the one who protected and helped the real founder of Islam is not  a muslim?? That's absolutely disgusting. 
    His proof that he was a Muslim and Islam owes to him is his services to the Holy Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and muslims.
     
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    Hassu93 reacted to The Green Knight in Why do ahle sunnah believe hazrath Abu talib wasn't a Muslim?   
    Only the ignorant ones say it because it is what their molvi told them. When we read about Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) his early days and that of his elders, we find that Hz. Abu Talib (عليه السلام) was a very special person and a devoted guardian of prophethood who sacrificed a lot for Islam. When the prophet was besieged by the forefathers of the nawasib, he spent years in Shayb e Abi Talib (عليه السلام). They similarly hide the very great sacrifices and belittle positions of other very special individuals like Khadija (عليه السلام) the wife of the prophet. They even belittle the prophet and prophethood quite often. The purpose is to make an effort to raise the statuses of some very low people and the reason this is necessary for them is because those lowest of low people are in that "Jama'at" or among their foremost Aslaaf. They realize their sect was named after this "Jama'at", "the followers of sunnah (of prophet) and the jamaat.
    To salute Abu Talib (عليه السلام) greatness just one of his sentences should be enough for the wise, a sentence he said to the other tribal chiefs of mecca when they expressed their deepest disappointment in our holy Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and his divine mission. He said: "If I find out that one of you even placed a thorn in the path of my Muhammad and if that thorn hurts one of his feet, then I will kill all of you and eradicate your progenies". Check out this man of steel and his mountain of faith. Whereas the Sunni "Jamaat" forerunners always repeatedly ran from battles leaving Muhammad behind. I ask you is faith evident from what we do or is it some magical thing with no signs?
    Check the faith of the prophet's grandfather when he, alone, went before Abraha outside Mecca and asked his cattle be returned. My God. Can you imagine men so fearless? Other than Ali ibn Abi Talib (عليه السلام) himself? Whereas the bravery of one tall fellow from that "Jamaat" is such that in an account we read that once he soiled his clothes when a man he feared, a barber, coughed loudly by his side. Men who never confronted even a cat. And we are to swallow the belief they were best. *smh*
  22. Completely Agree
    Hassu93 reacted to Zainuu in Why do ahle sunnah believe hazrath Abu talib wasn't a Muslim?   
    I don't want to be offensive to anyone but in my opinion considering Hazrat Abu Talib (عليه السلام) a Non-muslim or a disbeliever is ridiculous to an extent that it brings the intellect of the one who states in question along with his own belief.
    Those who question the Faith of Abu Talib should actually first define what is their faith.
     
    Also, an interesting question if someone (who believes he was a non-muslim) can answer. 
    What was the belief of Abu Talib if not Islam? Who was his god, what were his principles?
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from Diaz in Bullying   
    In school I was bullied and beaten a lot. I was shorter than most, and shy and would never get back at people who troubled me so it made me an easy target. 
    Thus I got into their friend circle but they continued to bully me but I'd still to back to them because they were popular and thought it was cool to be with them. 
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    Hassu93 got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in Bullying   
    In school I was bullied and beaten a lot. I was shorter than most, and shy and would never get back at people who troubled me so it made me an easy target. 
    Thus I got into their friend circle but they continued to bully me but I'd still to back to them because they were popular and thought it was cool to be with them. 
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    Hassu93 reacted to Zainuu in Why is being homosexual a sin in Islam?   
    Committing homosexuality is a sin in Islam. As this particularly act introduces corruption in society. Now, what is corruption. Infiltrating something with something in order to make that particular entity loose it's purity, essence and it's characterstics is called as corruption. So, from a social prospect, a society in which homosexuality is practiced is corrupted and cannot progress. Why? Because society as a whole is formed by an entity called as family and family has it's essence in relationship. So, relationship is one of the basic elements that is needed to form a society. Because it leads to the formation of a family which will either lay the foundation of a society or another stepping stone in the progress of a society. 
    Now, homosexuality or same sex relationships cannot prosper because same sexes cannot reproduce and cannot form a unit in order to carry on with the society. True that they are doing it by their will and making love. You can love someone from your own gender or any other gender or even anything possible. Love is something independent of any kind of relationship. It is a phenomenon. But once a relationship is established it has to have a meaning. A homosexual relationship will not lead to anything and in fact cause the society to corrupt because those two individuals who will undergo such a relation have the capability to form a family by setting up a relationship with opposite gender.
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