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  1. Hi, I'm at a struggle with this one. Any insight would help immensely. So, I have read that she was one of the wives of our prophet who bore him a child, Ibrahim, who passed away in his infant years. So I suppose it's a reason why she was considered highly from amongst all his other wives at the time. A fellow mominah asked me regarding her interference between Hafsa bin Umar and our Prophet, for which Surah Tahrim speaks of where he vowed to stop himself from all contact with Maria Al-Qibtiyya to please Hafsa bin Umar? can someone pls shed some light on this? TLDR: prophet spent night with one wife on the day he was supposed to spend it with Hafsa bin Umar, did he act fairly/equally/justly? I'll be honest, I'm stuck Coz the mominah that asked me this doesn't seem to follow normal logic(well I hope mine is normal)
  2. Thank you for the response. Well, let's just say there's 80/20 chance of losing my life/getting kicked out. Truth be told, I have no problem getting kicked out because all the means is becoming independent and having that with the freedom to remain on Sirat-al-mustaqeem is probably preferable. Not taking the chance really. Odds aren't in my favour Jazak'Allah We might have to link up then. Yes, I would very much appreciate any help in solidifying my knowledge, after all knowledge is what I'm seeking in order to attain truth. Sounds cheesy but wouldn't be here if it wasn't so. Jazak'Allah
  3. Hi, i'm convert and was wondering if there are any other converts out there that are in a similar situation as me? Hi, quick backstory; was a Sunni following hanafi fiqh; had no Islamic awareness; started looking into Islam properly after listening to one of Syed Ammar's lectures at uni. Now fully convinced this is the way I want to go. so back to my problem: as i've mentioned I'm a convert coming from a mixed Sunni/Wahabi household I've more or less done any to all reading either at uni or secretly hiding under my quilt at night, and I've had to play against my life for the past year in attending Majalis at the local imambargah. Muharram 1437 was for me my first proper Muharram. Muharram 1438 and Ashura has come and gone. I am feeling so emotional much more than last year and it's really unbearable. I want to share this pain with my family but can't tell them due to differences in school of thought. Does it get any easier from here on out? I can't tell them about my figh change as I've tested waters with both parents neither of whom new anything other than fabricated haddiths; Umar ibn Khattab was a great warrior and a great scholar of his time and that Usman ibn Affan was our Prophets' Son-in-law. So my question is; is there anyone in a similar situation to me or has been, if are/so how are you dealing with it or how did you deal with it? i love my parents to bits, especially my mum, but neither of them come close to the love for Allah however We're told to respect them until the end. Taqqiyah is hurting me mad. E.g. I lied to my mum telling her am going Uni when I was actually going to Jaloos. I'll be honest and say I thought I had it under control but I'm breaking now. And it's only been 2.5 years... any help, would be much appreciated even if its for LOLs. TLDR: I'm fresh on da scene, hiding it from parents, need some help/advice. Jazak'Allah
  4. thank you for the response Starlight and for the additional information Narsis. So there is no weight limit on the silver. what about the Karot of the gem? from ur answers I would assume that there is no limit on the Karot of the gem I.e. Can be 8, 12 or even 24? Am I to assume this is correct then?
  5. I have been browsing the forum quite a lot lately; I have quite little understanding of rings recommended for Shias to wear however I have overcome this via a little click here and there on ShiaChat as well as relevant sources/sites. Now, where I come from, my relatives and my family -all of whom are hanafi- say that men are only allowed to wear up to a certain Karot of gem as well as a certain Tola(weight) in silver per ring? I have tried to research this but no luck on my end; Most of it was biased. I would just like to know if anyone has any insight to this and can help me or perhaps guide me to a relevant/reputable source that states something about this topic, please? TLDR; is there a limit on the Value of the Gem(Karot) and weight(Tola) of the silver per ring? Thank you
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