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fatemah kareema

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  1. Salam. The Turbah is made of pure clay, moulded in a form that is easy to carry. Using of turbah is very convinient because: - unlike the raw clay, the turbah is easier to move from one place to another without spilling - unlike the raw clay, the purity of the clay used in making turbah is guaranteed. -unlike doing sujood on carpets which had been stepped upon, the turbahs are not being stepped upon. Plus : It is a sign of respect for your prayers if you do sujood on something very pure which has not been stepped upon. So Turbah is not a new thing... it is natural pure earth/clay.
  2. Have a nice day ShiaChat Members That's all i could think of
  3. Last Salawat Allahumma Salli Ala Muhammad Wa Aale Muhammad Wa Ajjil farjahum.
  4. @apofomysback oh My... i tried to PM you to say goodbye to you cos I'm also leaving SC too but the message refused to go.... i feel bad you left earlier than I..... Thank you Apo cos you're one of the Sisters who made my day on SC... May Allah keep you and your family safe inshaAllah. TO all SC members, i also wish you all the best in life. Tnx
  5. @ChristianVisitor Your friend is misinterpreting the sayings of the holy Qur'an. That God that sent Prophet moses with Torah (Bible) is the same God that sent Prophet Muhammad (SAW) with the Holy Quran. So your friend is indirectly telling us that God made a mistake in what he sent? Look at this...."Take not life which Allah hath made sacred"... think about it and stop listening to your friend who seemed to be brainwashed... Islam does not even tolerate killing of animals (except for consumption) talk more of an innocent human being. This is not fair!!!
  6. What? No brother.... I'm sorry to tell you this but if there's any shia who doesnt recognize the 12 imams, then he's into something else but not really "shiism"... The foundation of Shiism is based upon the recognition and acceptance of the progeny of our beloved prophet muhammad (SAW) as the proofs of Allah.... (which are, our 12 imams)... nothing less than this. Jazakallah.
  7. Assalam Alaikum Please I'd like to know who is responsible for deactivating/activating a user's account on SC. Is it a moderator or an admin? And i have few questions I'd like to ask but i don't know the proper channel to use in communicating to the mods or admins.
  8. A prayer:

    Ya Allah! You are the witness to all injustice that has happened, and is still happening to the Ummah of Muhammad (SAW).

    Ya Allah, I beg you in the name of Muhammad (SAW) and his pure & pious progeny, to ease the burdens of our Muslim brothers and sisters wherever they are in the corners of the world. Enrich their lives with happiness, mercy, kindness, patience and good health. Make them successful people in this world and the next world. AMEEN

  9. OMG! That's definately not the Qura'n. The Qur'an is a book of guidance. The Noble Quran states the following: On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people. Then although there came to them Our messengers with clear signs, yet, even after that, many of them continued to commit excesses in the land. (5:32) According to the Quran, if one kills an innocent person, it is like he has killed the whole of humanity. By the same token, if one saved a life, it would be like he has saved the whole of humanity. This teaching is a great example of the Quran’s respect for human life. This teaching shows that all innocent life is sacred, that innocent humans are not mere statistics, so whether it’s 1 innocent person who’s been murdered, or 1 million innocent people that’s been murdered, both are abhorrent acts. This is very important to remember, especially in our modern day and age, where we have become so desensitized, and innocent people dying have been turned into mere statistics we hear on the news. There are other verses in the Quran that continue to touch upon the sanctity of life: Nor take life - which Allah has made sacred - except for just cause. And if anyone is slain wrongfully, we have given his heir authority (to demand qisas or to forgive): but let him not exceed bounds in the matter of taking life; for he is helped (by the Law). (17:33) Say: "Come, I will rehearse what Allah hath (really) prohibited you from": Join not anything as equal with Him; be good to your parents; kill not your children on a plea of want;- We provide sustenance for you and for them;- come not nigh to shameful deeds. Whether open or secret; take not life, which Allah hath made sacred, except by way of justice and law: thus doth He command you, that ye may learn wisdom. (6:151) http://muslimdebate.org/theological-arguments/islam/19-islam-and-the-sanctity-of-human-life
  10. OMG! I just noticed this post is in "the brothers forum" Really sorry brothers... i didnt realize this until now. @Syed Asad Raza i'm really glad it had helped you. I hope you feel better and I pray for Allah to keep you strong forever bro. Jazakallah
  11. @sidnaqi know it makes some girls feel like their parents do not trust them at all but thats not the case at times. I think our parents have the rights to worry and keep on trying to know what we do at times cos this is the only way they can learn to trust us... If they keep on monitoring you for a long time, and never see you doing something wrong, they'll learn to trust you with time You dont have to worry sister sidnaq since you're not doing anything wrong.
  12. @sidnaq @neverforgotten313 and @Yaqub97 Thank God you dont believe that we are naturally born with these traces of evil whatsoever
  13. @Ruq wickedness; as in a form of evil within every human which manifest itself when a person has been pushed to the wall, according to my opponent's perspective.. and that "every" human has these traces of evil within himself/herself only that we all have the power to surpress it..... In short, he mean to argue that "wickedness & evil are all part of human nature" I dont agree with that anyway.... I feel its more like this traces of evil/ wickedness are all being acquired through socialization... and its never something that is inborn. our opinions seem to be the same from your explanations. Tnx
  14. Today's salawat. Allahumma salli Ala Muhammad wa Aali muhammad wa ajjil faraj.
  15. because we cannot stop it? Do u like pink?
  16. Brothers and Sisters I'm into a debate with an opponent and i ran out of points. here's the thing; My opponent believes and claims that all human beings are wicked by nature that is; each human has some elements of wickedness in him only that it does not manifest perhaps for a reason... i.e because he/she was raised in a friendly environment or is into a peace-loving religion which discourages any form of wickedness. on my own side of the argument, i don't think all humans are naturally wicked. Maybe some are, but not all.... In fact, i strongly believe that most humans are born innocent with no trace of wickedness in their hearts but depending on the type of environment they were raised, they may gradually develop their goodness, or end up becoming evil as a result of the nature of that society... i.e when they are being treated harshly, etc In short, "society turns people into monsters" is my own side of the argument. So i want to prove this, but my opponent has more points and is very good at arguments and the only way to win is to prove my notion from an Islamic point of view.... but i don't have an idea on how to prove it from the Islamic perspective. Do u think I'm right? And i want to know your opinions too regardless of whether I'm right or wrong. Thanks.
  17. OP Plus: repentance is not just about crying your eyes out. Just try as much as possible to stop yourself from committing further sins. That's true repentance.
  18. Wa Aleykum Salam Sincerity is something that comes from the heart. We cannot fake it or pretend to be sincere... If you're reading along the lines, the story of Imam Hussein (AS) you wouldn't even know when these tears of sincerity would fall esp if you really believe that this has happened to imam Hussein. Same goes for repentance... if you reflect on your wrongdoings and want to beg for forgiveness while thinking of Allah (SWT) you wouldnt even know when these tears would fall. But i think people can still repent sincerely even without those tears.
  19. Wa Aleykum Salam to SC sis/bro I hope someone answers your question soon... i.e people like brother @StrugglingForTheLight , @Tawheed313or other users who are more knowledgeable than I. Enjoy your stay
  20. Freedom... To be able to follow your religion without anybody harming you. Do u have a question?
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