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Sirius_Bright

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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Standing in taraweeh with personal intention   
    Taraweeh is bidah and promoting bid'ah is a sin. Shaitan did lot of worship than you and I could ever do but not obeying Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for one Sajdah to Adam got him removed from Allah's mercy. Worship is not reciting Qur'an in supersonic speed but it is obeying Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) in good and evil. 
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Standing in taraweeh with personal intention   
    I don't see what different thing I told him than 'it is bidah' and 'Allah is most forgiving'. I'm actually giving him hope that even if you regret doing that particular sin, Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) will forgive Insha Allah. 
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Standing in taraweeh with personal intention   
    I don't recall any fatwa from Sayed Sistani recommending to join Sunnis in congregation for unity. 
    You know the situation better but in no circumstances a sin is allowed except taqaiyah. You should have refused there. I would compare this to a very good Christian friend asking to take a sip of alcohol. Both are sin, both should be rejected, no matter your relations. Never a good idea to make creation happy against creator. 
     
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from AbdulKarim313_Austin/Nola in Standing in taraweeh with personal intention   
    I don't recall any fatwa from Sayed Sistani recommending to join Sunnis in congregation for unity. 
    You know the situation better but in no circumstances a sin is allowed except taqaiyah. You should have refused there. I would compare this to a very good Christian friend asking to take a sip of alcohol. Both are sin, both should be rejected, no matter your relations. Never a good idea to make creation happy against creator. 
     
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Zekra" software (Holy Qur'an, Nahj al-Balagha and Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya) Windows Version   
    Download of "Zekra" software (Holy Qur'an, Nahj al-Balagha and Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya) Windows Version
    http://en.abna24.com/news//download-of-zekra-software-holy-Qur'an-nahj-al-balagha-and-sahifa-al-sajjadiyya-windows-version_942326.html
    May 20, 2019 - 7:40 PM News Code : 942326 Source : ABNA24Link: 

     
    This application contains texts, translations and audio of the Holy Qur'an, Nahj al-Balaghah and Sahifeh Sajjadiyah in five Arabic, English, Persian, Turkish and Urdu languages. 
    Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): The "Zekra" software is one of the digital Islamic products produced by the office of Information and IT of the Ahl-ul-Bayt (عليه السلام) World Assembly. 

    This application contains texts, translations and audio of the Holy Qur'an, Nahj al-Balaghah and Sahifeh Sajjadiyah in five Arabic, English, Persian, Turkish and Urdu languages. 

    The software also includes books, articles, and questions about Qur'an, Nahj al-Balaghah and Sahifeh Sajjadiyeh in the five languages.
    http://www.ahl-ul-bayt.org/software/Tools/Windows/Zikra.rar
      http://www.ahl-ul-bayt.org/software/Tools/Windows/Zikra.rar  
  6. My Prayers
    Sirius_Bright reacted to IbnAhmed56 in Ive accepted Ahlul Bayt (as) as my guide to the path of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)   
    Assalam Alaikum. I just want to start by thanking Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for pushing me foward into the right direction. I’ve accepted that the Prophets sunnah is Ahlul Bayt and that his succesor are non other then Ali ibn abi talib and his descendents (عليه السلام) coming from a salafist background, I have to be honest and say that the  notion of asking people who are gone is still hard for me to accept. Nonetheless, I can’t deny the fact that the Prophet sawa instructed us to follow his Ahlul Bayt.
    As I mentioned in a previous post. My people are hardline salafist so and Shia Islam is a completly foreign concept to them. So theres no way I can tell anyone im close to that Ive become a Shia anytime soon. To make matters worse, there arnt really many Shia were I live in the united states. There are only two Shia mosques in a nearby city and the closest one is a 30 minute drive. I didnt even know they existed until I did some research. Due to the small amount of Shias were I live. I can only assume that everyone who attends those mosques is from the same ethnicity and probably knows each other on a first name basis. I have bad social anxiety so going there would be a huge step outside of my comfort zone. Not to mention, ive heard stories of people who became Shia and didnt feel very welcomed by their new community.
    Now im not expecting anybody to hug and kiss me and throw themselves at my feet. But a basic amount of respect wouldnt be a bit too much to ask for would it? As much as people like to deny it racism is a huge affliction that affects the ummah inwardly and outwardly and id be lying if I said it wouldnt hurt to turn your back on your community and risk  ostracism only to be turned away by the new one. Honestly, I don’t even think I could blame my people for turning me away in a sense since A year ago, I wouldnt hesistate to do the same to another person who became Shia. Even if this were to happen I hope it wont shake my faith in Ahlul Bayt as God knows the amount of times they were Alone and people turned on them yet never waivered in faith even for a bit. Unfortunately I don’t have the patience and piety of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) Maybe im being a bit too extreme and unrealistic so I hope you read this with a bit of empathy.
    Your prayers and advice would be very much appreciated. Jazakum Allah khaiyr
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Mzwakhe in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Laayla in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    Spider Man during the month of Ramadhan
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Haji 2003 in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Share Your Muslim Life-hacks   
    How would you do that for any xyz company?
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from OrthodoxTruth in Iftar   
    @ahlulbayt_72
    Brother, please contact your muqallid or his wakil or atleast a knowledgeable scholar for your question.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to starlight in A response to the wahhabi documentary! (Islamic Pulse)   
    I have already replied to this.You should really get over the habit of repeating yourself.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to starlight in A response to the wahhabi documentary! (Islamic Pulse)   
    You know my thoughts. It's not like I have not shared them before. An amateurish video here or there makes no difference. 
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Mohammadi_follower in A response to the wahhabi documentary! (Islamic Pulse)   
    No they said nothing wrong. This is to Muzzafer Hyder to be careful of what he says when he talks in a youtube video and even if I find this youtube channel (Sunni defense) stupid they are in some ways right to show that he says some nonsense.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Propaganda_of_the_Deed in A response to the wahhabi documentary! (Islamic Pulse)   
    See from 4:15
    Y'all Youtube famous now guys 
    We made it. We da best.
     
    @AStruggler @Hassan- @Ibn al-Hussain @Ibn Al-Ja'abi @starlight 
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    The cartoon in the video was denying Shias with Sahih Bukhari, Musnad, Tirmidhi... Aisha, Abu Hurairah, ibn Awf.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Diaz in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    http://www.askthesheikh.com/did-Imam-Ali-allow-taraweeh-prayers/
    Okay, now it make sense. If anyone is interested, link is above.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to ali47 in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    It's an innovation of Umar ibn al Khattab which Imam Ali disproved of because it directly conflicts the Sunnah, which is praying extra nafl and/or the tahajjud at home.
    From the early source of Kitab Sulaym ibn Qays Imam Ali lists the innovations of Umar.
    It's a shame our brothers in Ahl al Sunnah do not give this some thought yet willingly accept the hadiths created by Muawiyah & Co.
    Do you all see that if Iasws ordered to have the Maqaam-e-Ibrahimas returned back to the place where the Messenger of Allahsaww had placed it before (after conquering Mecca), and returned the Fadak to the inheritors of Fatimaasws, and returned to the ‘Sa’a’ of the Messenger of Allahsaww and hissaww ‘Mudd’ to what it was, and cut-off (the benefits) from those that the Messenger of Allahsaww had cut-it off from, and return the house of Ja’faras Bin Abu Talibas to hisas inheritors while removing it from the Masjid7, and reject the judgements for the ones who were judged unfairly, and return what was wrongly taken the land of Khyber, and erase the register of gifts and gift it in accordance with what was gifted by the Messenger of Allahsaww.
    And Iasws do not make it to be between the rich, and captivate the children of the Clan of Taghlub, and order the people to not gather in the Month of Ramadhan except for the obligatory Prayers8, some of the people from the army – from those that fought alongside measws - will call out, ‘O people of Islam, heasws has altered the Sunnah of Umar and is preventing us from ‘voluntary’ Praying in the Month of Ramadhan’ to the extent that Iasws fear that there will be a revolt in myasws army.
    7 As it was forcefully including in the Masjid by the first Caliph.
    8 Imamasws is referring to bidah of the Taraweeh which Umar ibn Khittab started, so Imamasws is saying do not get together in the Masjid except for the five obligatory prayers, I.e., not for the Taraweeh to which Muslims got very used when this Bidah was started by the 2nd Muslim Caliph, Umar ibn Khittab.
    46 out of 54
    The Book Of Sulaym Bin Qays Al Hilali www.hubeali.com
     
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to Urwatul Wuthqa in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    Imam al-Baqir (‘a) and Imam al-Sadiq (‘a) were asked about the permissibility of praying optional prayers in congregation during the nights of Ramadan. They both narrated a tradition of the Prophet (s) where he said:
    • “Verily, the offering of nafila(recommended prayers) in congregation during the nights of Ramadan is aninnovation… O people! do not say nafila prayers of Ramadan in congregation…. Without doubt, performing a minor act of worship which is according to the sunna is better than performing a major act of worship which is an innovation.”
    [al-Hurr al-`Amili, Wasa’il al-Shi`ah, volume 8, page 45]
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to aaaz1618 in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    Here's my opinion, over 95% or more of one group perform taraweeh and most consider it odd when someone doesn't agree with it from their own group. Probably less than 50% of Shi'as perform the acts you mention and many consider it odd when people of their own group do. That, I think is the key difference.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to aaaz1618 in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    ...Baby Shark Tirmi-dhi-dhi-dhi-dhi-dhi
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    Sirius_Bright got a reaction from Diaz in [Video]Taraweeh: Evil Bid'ah or Prophetic Sunnah?   
    The cartoon in the video was denying Shias with Sahih Bukhari, Musnad, Tirmidhi... Aisha, Abu Hurairah, ibn Awf.
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    Sirius_Bright reacted to alisayyed in Share Your Muslim Life-hacks   
    Before you apply for a job, use maps to look for the nearest masjid or park, or better yet, find out if the organisation allows a place for Namaz.
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