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  1. Salam everyone! Bismillah I agree with the above 100% So much hate will cloud the amount you need to love. You don't need all that in your heart, for a time will come when you are shown a better understanding, and inshAllah you are able to handle it in a mature and humble manner. Otherwise with that energy, you will not be at a tranquil state, which you need in order to learn and soak in so much more, so that you may use logic, more rational thinking, and therefore your decisions/actions will have a better outcome, Allaho'Alam. How you are will effect everyone around you, and i'm sure the people around you need the best of you :) His servants first, and supporting/helping each other, can only be done if we are being the best we can be. "See the bad inside yourself, and see the good inside others." H Imam Ali as Fi Amanillah
  2. Salam everyone! Bismillah And here i'm thinking I was the only one. Haha Although mine is not the barney theme :P Thank you everyone who contributed to this topic, may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) increase your knowledge! Fi Amanillah
  3. Sayyid Sistani does not have a definite fatwa on the issue. If he did, he would have said, this is haram, makrooh, etc. In case you didn't realize this (or were forgetting), All things are halal, mubah (meaning Allah(s.w.a) gives you the free will to chose to do or not to do) unless there is specific evidence from Quran / Hadith that they are haram, makrooh or something is wajib (you must do it and there is punishment from Allah(s.w.a) if you don't do it) or mustahab(there is reward from Allah(s.w.a) for doing it but no punishment or bad if you don't do it). This is the basic framework which everyone must understand when looking at these fatwa. What Sayyid Sistani(may Allah(s.w.a) continue to guide him and give him long life) is saying is that there is some evidence that this is haram, but this evidence, in his opinion, does not reach the level where it is definitely haram, so he gives you a choice, either practice ihtiyyat (precaution) and don't do it or you can follow another marjaa' in this issue since he didn't give a definite fatwa. So you have two choices, but most of the time it is better to go with ihtiyyat, unless going with ihtiyyat will put you in a position of extreme hardship and/or lead you to do something which is definitely haram. If he said definitely haram, then you are not allowed to do it and you are committing a sin if you do it. ^ Looks like brother, just "spelt" it out for all of us. SubhanAllah isn't logic simply beautiful? Salam,
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