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Ali Nassir

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  1. I'm just going to share a nice quote I heard in a Quds day lecture I attended last night, "The road to world peace goes through Jerusalem and the people of Palestine."
  2. I'd recommend listening to Hassanain Rajabali and of course Sayed Ammar Nakshawani
  3. I've had conversations with people who were unfortunately effected by black magic, they told me when the shaytan wants to control them they have absolutely no control over themselves, so I don't believe they can be held accountable for the sins they commit.
  4. salam alaykum, many shia, especially the ones who are living in westernized countries have decided to get tattoos. I personally prefer not to get tattoos but I wanted to know what shia ruling show tattoos as permisible, and what argument could one bring for tattoos against someone who is against tattoos and claims that Allah has created our bodies pure and we should keep it in the pure form it was given to us. Thank you in advance.
  5. There's a few sunni mosques in Sydney which I have prayed in due to the distance of the Shia mosques, and I've always been greeted with open arms. I see no problem in it, a masjid is a house of Allah (swt) and any one who wants to worship Allah should be able to do this at any mosque they want whether it is a sunni or shia masjid so as long as you pray the way you do at home, there is no problem in it.
  6. This here is a very touchy subject, looking at this topic from the outside you'd believe that the Shia and Sunni would definitely be closer, simply due to the fact we both believe in the oneness of Allah and that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. And this is how it should be as both sects do not claim something as extreme as God having a son. How ever with the extremist ideology which has been on the rise in recent years, some sunnis (this is in bold, because it is definitely not all of them) have some twisted idea of the shia belief, claiming we are all committers of shirk similar to the Ch
  7. Many have debated this topic and I'd like to hear the different opinions of this forum. So, what exactly is the Dajjal? Is it a locked up monster awaiting a sign or a reason to come out of hiding? Or is the Dajjal a system in which higher powers try to bring the people closer to the ways of shaytan and drive them away from the ways of islam?
  8. could you all place down below the shia mosques you attend to that are in sydney, Im starting a new job which requires traveling and id like to go to the closest mosque i can on jummah
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