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In the Name of God بسم الله

zainabamy

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  1. As a sisterly suggestion, I would tell you to mind your own.
  2. Consider what you are eating, that has a huge impact trust me and drink as much as you can when it comes to breaking your fast. Being dehydrated will only make you feel more tired.
  3. Allahumma salli ala Muhammad wa Ahle Muhammad wa Ajil Faraj Hum wa Lan-Allah Adauhim.
  4. Subhanallah. How quick people are to turn their backs on the Ahlulbayt (as). And I used to think this school was free from idiocy and hypocrisy. How is it that we who claim to be Shi'as are arguing whether the murders of Zahra (sa) should be cursed AT ALL. In public I can understand to an extent but not at all is denying Tabbarrah and denying Tabarrah is denying the Sunnah. For those who doubt my words, just look at the books of our hadith and see how our Imams (as) really spoke about their enemies. Our righteous scholars such as Sheikh al-Mufid were not afraid of revealing the disgusting traits of the enemies of Ahlulbayt (as) and nobody would dare say that he is the cause of bloodshed. Non-Shi'as know our views on their companions, so why humiliate our religion by pretending otherwise? Yet it is pointless arguing with some people as they love their marjas more than the Ahlulbayt (as) themselves.
  5. Yes it is recorded in Al-Imamah wa al-Siyasa that she said that she would curse Abu Bakr and Umar after every prayer.
  6. Sayyeda Fatima (sa) and the Holy Imams (as) would curse these people after every obligatory prayer. Inshallah we should do the same and not be afraid of doing so.
  7. The questions people were asking her remind me of what I've been asked in the past. People are so naive that I can just ring up ISIS and say 'habibi stop please.'
  8. Ws, There is nothing wrong with a Sayed marrying a non-Sayed or vice versa. Take the example of some of our Imams (as).
  9. Najaf, Karbala and Kazmayn are fine, Samarrah is a bit patchy at the moment but people are still going there. I have no experience of Mecca but would think taqiyya is a must to avoid trouble. It seems too much of a coincidence that so many Iranians were killed during the stampede.
  10. Ws, It's dead easy, especially if you've prepared for it in advance as there is only so many questions they can ask you. Good luck
  11. If shrines were really a problem then why doesn't Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì mention this in the Qur'an? Mosques were built over Prophet David (as) in Quds, Prophet Ibrahim (as), Prophet Isaac (as), Prophet Jacob (as) and Prophet Josepth (as) in Hebron pre-Islam and yet Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì doesn't say anything about that. I think you should take the advice of Ibn Sina and others and stop bothering to 'educate us.'
  12. Astagfirullah. So you think its acceptable for heathens to go and destroy somebodies grave? How would you feel if that was your mother's grave or your brother's? But because its people who lived so long ago it doesn't matter. Don't you think the inhabitants of Baqi will complain on the Day of Judgement to Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì about the injustices that were done to them after their deaths? In the same way you respect a corpse, the same goes for a grave.
  13. Sis the OP has an obvious agenda against Shiism, have you not seen his other threads? When has he ever stood up for Shiism? The worst thing about this is that innocent Shi'as might read his misguided posts and cause them to have doubts in their faith for a pathetic reason such as this.
  14. I would like to wish the lovers of Ahlulbayt (as) a sincere congratulations on the blessed day of the birth of Sayeda Zainab (sa). I could say a lot about this lady, but this is what I will say. Too often I see the phrase 'if you don't wear hijab then you are insulting Sayeda Zainab (sa)' or 'you are not a true lover of Zainab (sa) if you don't wear hijab.' First of all, do you really think Sayeda Zainab (sa) would be proud of a person saying that to someone? That isn't the akhlaq of the Ahlulbayt (as). Why not instead of insulting a person encourage them to follow Sayeda Zainab (sa) in her modesty? Just a thought. May Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì bless the lovers of Sayeda Zainab (sa) and curse all those who displeased and hurt her!
  15. It says 'pure wives' and 'wives are all respectable.' Not just referring to Sayeda Khadija (sa). And really there is no need to be rude. But you have your religion and I'll have mine.
  16. In a meeting with agents of Sadaf Kowsar Conference, held this year as a tribute to Hazrat Khadija, Ayatollah Khamenei said: “Disrespecting the pure wives of the Prophet (pbuh) should be avoided. The Prophet’s (pbuh) wives are all respectable;anyone who insults any of them has insulted the Prophet. I resolutely declare this offensive. So you think its acceptable to call a woman who caused so much bloodshed 'pure'? Next we'll be adding 'ra' next to her name.
  17. Sayeda is a term of extreme respect actually. And if you were paying attention at all you would have found the statement I quoted earlier about what Imam Khameini said about the wives of the Prophet Õáì Çááå Úáíå æÂáå.
  18. Like I've already stated, addressing the enemies of Ahlulbayt (as) with titles like Sayyeda or Hazrat and claiming that all the wives were pure and righteous women when some of them clearly weren't.
  19. There's a difference between being civil with someone and respecting someone as to sing their praises. Why am I being vilified because I gave an opinion? If you don't like my opinion that's up to you, no need to argue about it.
  20. Well would you be happy to call Aisha a 'Sayyeda', Ummulmumineen or even 'her eminence' just to please non-Shi'as? I certainly wouldn't be. In a meeting with agents of Sadaf Kowsar Conference, held this year as a tribute to Hazrat Khadija, Ayatollah Khamenei said: “Disrespecting the pure wives of the Prophet (pbuh) should be avoided. The Prophet’s (pbuh) wives are all respectable; anyone who insults any of them has insulted the Prophet. I resolutely declare this offensive. The commander of the Faithful, Imam Ali (pbuh) treated her eminence Aisha in such a respectful manner. He treated a woman, who had come to fight against him, with the utmost respect because she was the Prophet’s wife; otherwise the Commander of the Faithful (as) would not stand on a ceremony with anyone: hence, no such disrespect should ever occur.” I simply cannot agree that Aisha was respectable in any way. Did the Ahlulbayt (as) ever use such terms describing her or any of the other Sunni symbols? No they did not.
  21. It is a bad thing if we have to compromise our beliefs.
  22. I have nothing against Khameni, I just think he's too pro-unity at the cost of our beliefs.
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