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Al Hadi

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  1. Haha
    Al Hadi reacted to Lebanese313 in Where the Lebanese at?   
    Imagine being old and having to pay bills and stuff :))
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    Al Hadi reacted to Laayla in Where the Lebanese at?   
    Bismehe Ta3ala,
    Assalam Alikum
    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 
     
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    Al Hadi reacted to Lebanese313 in Where the Lebanese at?   
    3 now
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    Al Hadi reacted to realizm in Where the Lebanese at?   
    E3din, metl l 3ade.
     
  5. My Prayers
    Al Hadi got a reaction from Aflower in R.I.P Br. Ali Naqi, Moderator   
    Inna lilah wa ina ilayhi rajioon.
  6. My Prayers
    Al Hadi got a reaction from Hameedeh in Compliment a ShiaChatter   
    @kamyar For his super knowledge on Iran and teaching some of it too me.
  7. Completely Agree
    Al Hadi got a reaction from Fakeha in Compliment a ShiaChatter   
    Also @hameedeh for being one of the nicest admins on Shiachat.
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    Al Hadi reacted to ali_fatheroforphans in Exposing Imam Shaikh Brother Mohammad Tawhidi   
    Imam Tawhidi's poor academic record reflects his ignorance. 
    How can a drop out and failure be speaking on behalf of our religion? He has not even studied properly.
    It's like I muck around at uni, don't attend tutorials and workshops, skip lectures and do crap in the final exam.
    Gosh how stupid of the Australians who support him! May Allah give them aql!
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    Al Hadi reacted to notme in Meth Addiction Has Destroyed My Iman   
    This is such a difficulty, dear sister. Addiction is not easy to break. My little brother died of the consequences of addiction to alcohol. My other brother's ex-wife died of drug overdose, leaving her daughter motherless. Definitely don't try to break the addiction alone, see a doctor or other expert who can help set you up with a support group and possibly provide prescriptions to reduce withdrawal symptoms.
    Allah always forgives the repentant. It's actually much harder to forgive yourself than to receive forgiveness from your Creator. 
    Can you relocate to separate yourself from temptation to return to alcohol and drugs? I'll be praying for your recovery. 
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    Al Hadi reacted to laylacat in Meth Addiction Has Destroyed My Iman   
    Salam alaikum brothers and sisters... it’s been so long since I’ve logged on here and scrolled through the forums. It saddens me because I remember when I reverted I spent so much time on here connecting with other Muslims, learning and sharing - I was filled with inspiration and excitement and LOVE for Allah. I could not help but cry almost daily because I was so grateful to be guided to Islam, I felt whole and new - the world transformed and tears welled up in my eyes just seeing the sky, the earth, the plants, all the things Allah has created and knowing He had the power to create such a perfect world. 
    However things have gone very very downhill... I am an alcoholic and got sober after reverting. I didn’t crave or consume a drop of alcohol for over a year. I relapsed and one thing led to another and I suddenly found myself in the midst of an even stronger and scarier addiction. Methamphetamine. The relapse with alcohol and my current active addiction to meth has DESTROYED my relationship with Allah. I have turned my back on all my duties and responsibilities as a Muslim, I have committed further sins as a result of being under the influence of meth constantly. I have turned away from Allah and instead have tried to seek comfort from meth/my addiction/other sins. 
    I am DEEPLY ashamed and recently have been trying to remember Allah, trying to ask Him for guidance and for forgiveness and the strength to fight my addiction. I have taken full responsibility for my addiction I think. I do not blame anyone for it, I made the choice to try it the first time and seek it out the second time. I was naive and unaware of how powerful it was and I unfortunately met a dealer who pulled all the tricks (that I was ignorant to) to get me HOOKED on this drug very very quickly. However I know he wouldn’t have even had that chance had I not sought the drug out, had I been stronger in my faith and obeyed Allah’s commandments I wouldn’t be in the situation I am now, this addiction wouldn’t have had a chance to begin. 
    I am getting help, going to go into detox and then look into rehab programs. Will Allah forgive me...? What can I do to rebuild my relationship with Allah and use the strength and love and faith Islam teaches/Allah provides, to aid me in my recovery? I am ashamed yes for committing haram acts. But I also do not want to hide my sins especially addiction because I think it’s important to talk about it and encourage all Muslims struggling with addiction to seek help and turn back to Allah immediately... advice would be appreciated. Any inspirational stories of recovery relating to Islam would also be very very helpful. Can I do this? Will I be able to find Allah again and follow His guidance? I’m scared. I am scared to stop using and scared to keep using. Oh Allah please forgive me and help me find my way back to the straight path! 
    Please make dua for me & for all addicts and ALWAYS trust Allah’s judgement and commandments brothers & sisters because He is never wrong. He knew that using addictive substances can lead to addiction and that’s why he made even using them once or a little bit HARAM. Trust our Creator. He knows how weak human mind/human nature can be. Don’t make my mistakes. Strengthen your bond with Allah so that your Imam is STRONG and not susceptible to such evils... 
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    Al Hadi reacted to ali_fatheroforphans in What Video Game Are You Playing These Days?   
    Yeah true, but you have to pay for Xbox live (I have Xbox one).
    For PS4 and PC, it's completely free.
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    Al Hadi reacted to haidermpr in Abu Bakar   
    Height of stupidity--
    this hadith was narrated on authority of Mohammad Hanafiya ibn Ali.. in Sunni books of hadith to prove the worth of these men...
    It is fabricated lie just they have attributed one Lie to Hazrat Zaid ibn Sajjad during his uprising...
    Umayyad and Abbasid did their best to fabricate truth with falsehood but got caught in their own web...
     
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    Al Hadi reacted to ali_fatheroforphans in I got the job   
    Mashallah congrats!! It can be pretty hard out there to get a job, must be such a relief!!!
     
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    Al Hadi reacted to Wholehearted Shi'a in I got the job   
    Congratulations @AmirAlmuminin Lover 
  17. Haha
    Al Hadi got a reaction from Ali_Hussain in Shiachat Memes! [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
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    Al Hadi got a reaction from Hassan- in Most Knowledgeable Marja of the time   
    sayed sistani says in minhaj al saliheen on the chapter of Taqleed 
    fatwa 9-11
    that you can use logical reasons that provide confidence. So reading a biography of a certain Maraji can definitely help.
    As for ahlul khibra yes they do contradict each other. 
    A person should then look at the ahlul khibra and in a way compare them. 
    For example you have a few ahlul
    khibra that say marja A is more knowledgeable than B.  If you look at the ahlul khibra of both you might find that Marja A’s ahlul khibra are all his students (its likely that they will say he’s going to be the most knowledgeable to them) while B has people who can be in a more objective position such as his classmates or simply fellow scholars who could vouge for him. 
    I follow ayatullah Khamenei (ha) because of this research. He has the one of the largest followings especially Among shaykhs and hawza students. He has plenty of ahlul khibra. His biography also helps too due to the teachers and even his own father being a mujtahid who was classmates with Sayed al khoi(ra).
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    Al Hadi got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Most Knowledgeable Marja of the time   
    sayed sistani says in minhaj al saliheen on the chapter of Taqleed 
    fatwa 9-11
    that you can use logical reasons that provide confidence. So reading a biography of a certain Maraji can definitely help.
    As for ahlul khibra yes they do contradict each other. 
    A person should then look at the ahlul khibra and in a way compare them. 
    For example you have a few ahlul
    khibra that say marja A is more knowledgeable than B.  If you look at the ahlul khibra of both you might find that Marja A’s ahlul khibra are all his students (its likely that they will say he’s going to be the most knowledgeable to them) while B has people who can be in a more objective position such as his classmates or simply fellow scholars who could vouge for him. 
    I follow ayatullah Khamenei (ha) because of this research. He has the one of the largest followings especially Among shaykhs and hawza students. He has plenty of ahlul khibra. His biography also helps too due to the teachers and even his own father being a mujtahid who was classmates with Sayed al khoi(ra).
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    Al Hadi reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Most Knowledgeable Marja of the time   
    I also read his biography & his revolutionary life which his enemies praise him, convinced me to follow him.
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    Al Hadi reacted to Hameedeh in Most Knowledgeable Marja of the time   
    Salam. The Society of Seminary Teachers of Qom (جامعهٔ مدرسین حوزهٔ علمیهٔ قم‎) have recommended six men:
    Grand Ayatullah Ali Khamenei
    Grand Ayatullah Ali Sistani
    Grand Ayatullah Shobeiri Zanjani
    Grand Ayatullah Saafi Gulpaygani
    Grand Ayatullah Makeram Shirazi
    Grand Ayatullah Wahid Khorasani
    You can see an image of these six men at the link to the English website: http://www.jameehmodarresin.org/en/ 
    You can also visit the Arabic or Farsi websites from that same link. 
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    Al Hadi reacted to Hameedeh in HELP! How to PAY KAFFARAH ONLINE!!   
    @Abu Hadi Thank you, Brother. I saw the Ramadhan 2018 category. Does that mean to donate to help with an Islamic program OR does it mean that we can send our Zakat al-Fitr there? 
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    Al Hadi reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in Will you attend hawza?   
    After having spent around 6 years in the seminary of Qom, and still studying there, and having seen number of Western youth coming and getting mentally depressed, or having wasted their lives, or turned into complete sheep, I firmly believe only those who have a decent background in religious teachings should be coming to Qom. By religious teachings I mean:
    A familiarity of Shi'i history pre-Islamic revolution (unfortunately, for most Shi'a youth from the West who end up coming to Qom, their Shi'a Islam seems to begins at Imam Khomeini) Familiarity with some major Shi'i scholars and their contributions (have a decent idea about who these individuals were, what works they wrote and why these works are important) Familiarity with our main hadith and rijal works, particularly a work like Usul al-Kafi, who wrote them and what is so important about them. Maybe even go through different parts of Usul al-Kafi (the English translation available online) if you have the time Be well read on Western academia and Sunni polemics on Shi'ism so you know what questions and challenges have been raised against us and are being raised today (for example if you aren't aware of Kohlberg's theory on the development of Imamah or Goldziher's critique on Sunni Hadith - which are pretty much mainstream positions in Western academia, then that is a problem) Familiarity with basic discussions in Quranic sciences (even if it means going through the English translation of Sayyid al-Khu'i's al-Bayan) If possible, begin working on your Arabic as soon as possible and do whatever it takes to improve your Arabic reading (start getting a familiarity with basic Sarf for example) If your interest is in philosophy and theology, make sure you are familiar with early Shi'i theologians' arguments for different beliefs (God, Tawhid, Imamah, 'Ismah etc.). Also, make sure you are well-read on some aspects of Western epistemology, philosophy and discussions on morality so you can look at both Islamic and Western understandings of these topics in a critical light If your primary source of knowledge on Shi'ism was the pulpit, you are most likely going to struggle in the Hawzah. Many students make the mistake of coming to Qom expecting to learn "Islam" in a "structured way". This is not what happens at all. You will be thrown into dry and often times complicated Arabic grammar, Aristotelean logic, legal theory and 16th-century jurisprudence written in difficult Arabic text (which by then you will probably still not be comfortable reading) - and in all this time you will be wondering when am I going to be taught the "Islam" I came to learn  . I have too much to say about the current Hawzah system, but have to refrain in case it turns into a camel's foam. However I do hope you get a familiarity with some of the things mentioned above plus more before you come to Qom, otherwise, I promise you will feel like you have wasted years of your life and will end up leaving depressed.
    Wasalam
  24. Disagree
    Al Hadi got a reaction from Mohammed-Mehdi in Is playing FIFA Ultimate Team haram?   
    Anthem probably won’t be free to play I can Almost garauntee it. fornite is not bad. Rockstar is not perfect but no as of now they are not like EA true. I’m also excited for red dead 2 Looks awesome. I hope its groundbreaking. 
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    Al Hadi reacted to Natsu in Is playing FIFA Ultimate Team haram?   
    Lol hated star wars battlefront 1 it was so limited so i didnt buy the 2nd
    im not into battlefield and i only play cod
    the only game i spent real money on(in console)was fortnite 
    dont wanna waste my money for other games
    I also really hope that anthem will be free to play
    really like open world games but thank god that rockstar is not like ea
    at least i can enjoy red dead redemption 2
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