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Zainuu

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  1. Salaam, Ramadan Kareem Brother. Did they knew that you are from Ahl Us Sunnah? I think they were unaware. In my mosque, I also had a few incidents. I never prayed in congregation because I was not aware of the rulings I have to follow in that case. Though, I knew I can. But preferred to take the safe side. But several times it occurred that while we prayed on the ground floor and coincidently a tableeghi jama'at would stay there. So, the people from Jama'at used to stare me and praying alone with all of them staring around was a bit embarrasing as well as funny. But the loc
  2. Fascinating for me was to bullet out all these learning points that I extracted from Surah Bani Israel verse 23-39 (just 16 verses): Obviously, I took the help of Tafsir al Mizan.
  3. Ism. Ism belongs to the Zaat while these are attributes that belong to Ism. Context from Tafseer of Imam al Khomeini (رضي الله عنه) on Surah al Hamd:
  4. A crucial point. But I don't know why people refer to a Marjaa regarding such a complex medical issue. And that too in the most high-level language possible. Example, Should we take vaccine created from haraam things? What should one expect as an answer. Every islamic jurisprudent would say to take it because it is about life. Now, if the question contains all what you said along with sources etc. I mean if it comes to there knowledge that vaccines are maybe good for nothing and in fact they might make conditions worse then they will definitely prohibit. They are deal
  5. Yes. True. This is not grief. This is simply truth. Truth is bitter. I am not saying that we should just surrender because we are in the end times. I am answering the grief of the OP when he says, "What the hell is wrong?" So, the answer is simple. We qre living in the end times. Even if you say that the reappearance is 500 years ahead. It doesn't mean that these are not the end times. Last period before reappearance might be a 1000 years long. No one actually specified the real time. Absolutely. So, based on this hadith you shared. Readiness means when n
  6. Not only moral decline. Deaths, hunger, starvation, pandrmics etc etc etc. There is so much poverty and so much pain. Our lives are good and even in 1700s the people of our status were even better than us. But the world is in it's worst situation right now. It is not visible because the media doesn't wants us to know about it. The prestitutes are quite cozy with the billionares who have a comfortable life obviously. The richy rich countries are just glittering from outside. You know, the entire Europe is nothing but a colony of elites. You know half of Asia is poor and miserab
  7. Agree!!!! To add, atleast 2 of them were founded by those people who adopted conquest to promote there motives: Saudi Arabia - Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab Israel - Theodor Herzl Maybe even US USA - George Washington
  8. Salaam brothers, I have a one-line answer to all your grief. We live in end times. I hope you get that. I have a personal idea about the zuhoor of Imam al Mahdi (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف). I try to summarise and conclude all the hadith related to signs. And my conclusion is that : "A divinely appointed leader is the one who guides humanity so that they become capable enough to handle there own affairs and don't deviate. So, Imam al Mahdi (عجّل الله تعالى فرجه الشريف) went into Ghayba because the works and mission of the Holy Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) an
  9. Though I am not opposing your stance. But just to correct you over here. Yes. Such marriages were a trend in many eastern societies just a few decades back. They are still alive but mostly in extreme backward places.
  10. Salaam brother, Nice dream. I think you are trying to bring a smile on the faces of Shias in these tough hours. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) grant you all happiness. I was thinking how about take this imagination in history books. If: 1. All the empires would have been run by the Shias in history. As most of them were not. 2. Imam Jaffer (عليه السلام) would have ruled after Umayyids were wiped out. 3. Imam Ali (عليه السلام) would have killed Muawiya in Battle of Siffin along with his confidents. Imagine that Karbala would never have happened. 4. Imam A
  11. The only thing he did out of the box and probably that no one did was that he questioned the incident of burning of house and breaking of ribs of Sayyeda Zehra (عليه السلام). And no brother! don't need to name them. But in any sense is it the correct representation of the school of ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) to pass some extreme comments on a scholar whose views don't match with us at some point? He never challenged any pillar of faith. He never challenged any Furooh or Usool or fundamental of Shiism. Wanted to share more but I think it will then trigger so I will remain quiet on this
  12. Salaam, I have prayed 4 year in a Sunni Salafi mosque. Just ask the permission of the care takers and go there to pray. I personally never prayed in congregation with them but just a solitary prayer. And it was a fine experience. If you don't want to bring attention to yourself then pray at that time when the mosque is almost empty. Just after congregation maybe. Or if it is a bigger mosque then find a place which is a bit separate from the main area. For me, it was a building with 2 floors. On ground floor, congregation used to take place and usually the 1st floor was em
  13. Salaam and blessings and peace be upon you, If she is religious then show her this hadith below: Pray for her so that she controls her anger. Actually, it is all her mood. She is extremely negative maybe. So, she needs to change her mindset. Read this page below: http://www.duas.org/family/13.htm Also, remember that you are a really nice person. Because you have done a lot in your life. And you are doing still a lot. But just watch this video below and consider your mum a test for you:
  14. That's it. This is my point. I am not expecting from you to provide me the alternative. But what I am trying to say is that slavery though seems to be immoral from your and my point of view, is actually not immoral. And even if for the sake of the argument, I concede that 'it is immoral'. There has been no way to end it. So, if you cannot end something completely then it is better that you change the way of adopting that practice. It is better to introduce reforms. Talking about Prophet's (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) immediate prohibition of slavery. I think I have given en
  15. Below extract comes from Risalat al Huquq. Right of the slave where Imam Sajjad (عليه السلام) says: Now, any of the acts possible including those which seem immoral to you. If the slave doesn't consents to those acts then it would be zulm or oppression. So, basically, the Quranic verse interpretation only holds if the consensus is there from slave's side as well. So, definitely, I can understand your sentiments but I see a balance in all this.
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