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Al Hadi got a reaction from Islam101101 in precum, mazi, please help
In the situation of lustful thoughts the liquid based on what your describing is precum which is pure. Semen is najis and requires ghusl Janabah to purify yourself from the major Hadath.
The liquid is only semen if you know for sure it is semen ,if you doubt then According to ayatollah khamenei if 3 signs have been met such as 1.fatigue after discharge 2. The semen gushed out 3. And the discharge was accompanied by lust or sexual excitement, then it will be considered semen.
Sayed sistani I believe, adds if you have a disease where you may discharge semen without orgasm, then if the discharge is accompanied by lust it will be considered semen, if you doubt it is semen.
Al Hadi got a reaction from Mariam17 in The Ages Of Aisha And Lady Fatima (as) At Marriage
Your wrong bro
its because social dynamics change that we need constant rules that don't change. The guidance of God is eternal and doesn't change. Halal ala ale Muhammad halal ila yawmil qiyamah. Haram ala Aleh Muhammad haram ila yawmil qiyamah. Simple philosophy we should follow that.
also the prophet(saw) did not base his actions on what was right or wrong at the time. So what your implying if I'm understanding correctly is a logical fallacy. The prophet's(saw) actions were not based on the social norms at the time if they were he wouldn't have gone through all the conflicts he went through and the society wouldn't have had a problem with him or any of the other prophets(as). This his actions are a standard for us and guidance.
Al Hadi reacted to Abu Hadi in Sheikh Hamza Sodagar on Homosexuality
There are groups in the West who are desperately trying to paint all our ulema with the same brush as Choudry or those other ISIS wackos. And from reading the comments, at least on the Independent article, it seems they are succeeding, mostly.
The difference is before these were only the extreme right who were trying to do this. It seems this is going more mainstream now.
Al Hadi reacted to King in Sheikh Hamza Sodagar on Homosexuality
That is one stubborn Sheikh. The least he could have done was to admit that smiling through those descriptions was in poor taste. This whole ordeal is a personal victory for him as he will be lauded within shia circles as a defender of truth but overall this episode for shias as a whole has generally negative implications. I am quite certain the gay journalist is quite happy too.
Al Hadi reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Sayyid Ali Khamenei [OFFICIAL THREAD]
Imam Khamenei lauds racial diversity in Iran
June 20, 2019 - 5:42 PM News Code : 953031 Source : IRNALink:
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Thursday lauded the racial diversity in the country and peaceful co-existence of various ethnic groups.
Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks in a meeting with the staff of the Congress of Martyrs of Kordestan province in Tehran.
The Supreme Leader said that the enemies have always tried to manipulate racial diversity and religious differences to undermine the Islamic Republic.
He also hailed the role of Kurdish people in protecting the country and Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The sacrifices of Kurdish martyrs are different from other martyrs because they were fighting the anti-revolution forces inside their cities, towns and villages, the Supreme Leader noted.
Al Hadi reacted to Ali~J in Sayyid Ali Khamenei [OFFICIAL THREAD]
There is a narration which says when people commit a sin, a dark spot appears in their hearts and when they commit another sin, the dark spot grows bigger. Of course, the language is figurative. The more sins you commit, the more dark spots will appear in your heart and after a while your heart will grow completely dark. In ordinary language, this is exactly what I explained earlier. That is to say, currently your heart and soul are pure, but over time sins and the numerous problems that people are faced with throughout their life - in politics, in economic areas, in earning a living - make the heart completely dark if one has no practice in confronting these problems. This is my first point. I consider you as my own children. If I wanted to give my own children the best pieces of advice, I would tell them exactly what I told you.
Pay attention to the fact that most of the slips - if not all of them - that happen in different areas are due to failing to take into consideration the essential point that I mentioned, which is even true of jihad.
In the Battle of Uhud, a number of people neglected their duties and brought about the tragedy of the martyrdom of Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib (عليه السلام). There is no need to recount the events that took place in the Battle of Uhud because you are familiar with the events, but if you have not studied the events, you can read the history books that have been written in this regard.
Speaking about the people who neglected their duties, the Holy Qur'an says: "Those of you who turned back on the day when the two armies met, only Satan sought to cause them to make a slip on account of some deeds they had done." [The Holy Qur'an, 3: 155] Satan had prepared the ground for their slip by encouraging them to commit sins long before the battle. We have many such ayahs in the Holy Qur'an. If we fail to avoid committing sins, the consequences will reveal themselves in the management of our national affairs, in the management of a particular sector that we are in charge of, in the battle that we are fighting, in the financial and economic test that we are involved in.
In short, this is the main point that I would like to make in this meeting: do not take your youth for granted. This means that you should appreciate the value of your pure hearts and develop a closer relationship with God the Exalted. The trick is to stop committing sins and to pay attention to prayers. Besides the obligatory prayers and the attentiveness that I spoke about, do whatever else you can, including dua (supplications) and the non-obligatory deeds that have been recommended. And hopefully God the Exalted will open up the paths.
Al Hadi reacted to abuhaydar in Why I support Wilayat El Fakih
My point is no one is imposing it on anyone. They never did. If WF wanted to, it can do a military take over with in minutes. If hizbullah wanted to, they would take over Lebanon within minutes. But when people say WF is oppressive, that is exactly the type of stuff zionists will use against them . We should have a constructive criticism if there are issues, and these issues should come as an ally trying to help, not as an enemy trying to discredit the movement . If you knew how much they helped Lebanon, Iraq, Syria and Yemen.. you would support them too.
Al Hadi reacted to Ashvazdanghe in "It is not permissible to kill the apostate at all" Sayyid Reza Hosseini Nassab [Marja' Taqlid]
It’s just his opinion & doesn’t has any Shia Islamic basis all Shia scholars from past to now agree that Apostated person must be executed but he tries to satisfy non Muslim community on his idea
مرتد فطری is a person that born in a Muslim family with Muslim parents & his apostasy must be punished by death if he repents he will come to Islam again but punishment must be executed
again but bA person who comes to Islam from non Muslim family from non Muslim parents but does apostasy مرتد ملی
for women in these to case must be held in prison until repenting but exciting is not for women
but by repenting his execution becomes void
he ruins his reputation for satisfying non Muslims by saying words against Shia Islamic teachings he extends ruling aboutwomen about about women over men to fool non Muslims anyway execution right is just for infallible Imam (عليه السلام) &
Al Hadi reacted to aaaz1618 in Sayyid Ali Khamenei [OFFICIAL THREAD]
Does Ayatollah Khamenei write his own speeches? They are quite a rarity in modern leadership either way. We don't hear the 'Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques' speak in such a way. Certainly puts Trump to shame too. This is a useful thread.
Al Hadi got a reaction from ali_fatheroforphans in Can you pin the Ayatullahs page to jurisprudence topic
Can an admin pin the Ayatullahs page to jurisprudence topic
@Hameedeh, @Qa'im, @Reza, @Abu Hadi
It was a very helpful topic for finding a marja.
Al Hadi got a reaction from Zellali in Iddah for Mutah = confusing story
Well your first mutah was valid as a non Muslim doesn’t have wilayat over a Muslim girl according to Sayed Sistani (ha). This is according to one of my teachers who can give you a source if need be.
your second mutah doesn’t seem to be a problem either even according to that ruling you quoted. You said it yourself you didn’t know and thought it was over so that itself should cover you.
Al Hadi reacted to Laayla in Where the Lebanese at?
All the lebs that were here years age are either banned, unsubscribed because they can't stand the Muslim libtards (just look on the first page of the mb) and left where there interests are to the friends they made on social media.
I have argued for leniency to unban , avoiding silencing others , and the removal of fassadbook to be synced with ShiaChat.
Alhamd'Allah, for me the pros still outweigh the cons.
@Lebanese313 Just a precaution, you have people who will on the get go not like you because who you put up on your profile pic. Their politics is for imperialism and have favoritism for western influence around the world. Be on the lookout
I hope you enjoy your time here on ShiaChat.
M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah