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Mohammed Z

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  1. Alsalam alaikum and Eid Mubarak. I noticed something this Eid. What I noticed is that I can't feel happy. I don't feel like I deserve to be happy. That is because of my sins. A history of bullying and abuse were a factor, I think, in me making bad decisions throughout my life. I would sin and then regret it and do sincere taubah. However, I just go to another sin. Then I regret doing it and stop, but I'll move on to another sin. And so on. It reached a point where my faith just hit a really point and I was just praying because I was used to it. My heart couldn't take the state I was in, so I made a sincere effort to stop all sins and improve my faith. Now, alhamdu lillah, I am what you might call a serious muslim. HOWEVER, I still can't get over the fact that I was in such a depressing state before. It keeps on haunting me. I have had a few life-or-death situations happen to me recently and people would just tell me that Allah kept you safe from danger. I do believe that Allah kept me safe from any harm, but I feel like I don't deserve it and would rather just die. Visiting my family and seeing them all happy doesn't make me happy anymore and I feel lost. I'm really sorry for posting something so depressing on happy days, but I just can't help this feeling I have.
  2. Thank you. I'd like to point out the qatif isn't part of Hijaz. It's on the eastern province of Saudi Arabia. May Allah accept your prayers.
  3. Two explosions were in Qatif (A shia majority city in Saudi Arabia) beside a Mosque that I frequent. I was praying Maghrib in the mosque when I heard a loud explosion. Everyone continued their prayer. Then we heard a second explosion and that's when most people inside started to panic (Including me). It was truly a frightening experience. Alhamdullillah there were no casualties.
  4. I'm happy to help. If you need any more information then don't hesitate to PM me.
  5. I don't live in Bahrain, but I go there about three times a year. It still definitely is a shi'i majority country and I sometimes pray in the prayer in the malls. I never felt uncomfortable or anything. Shi'is aren't oppressed in terms of their religious beliefs. You won't be "punished" for being a shi'i if you don't talk about politics.
  6. No offense, but I really hate it when someone says "What would the prophet/imams think of this?" No one can possibly know what they think of something unless they explicitly said something about it.
  7. Hello? Did you open a link? I'm a proud shi'i and I mourn the death of Imam Hussein (as). Learn to read.
  8. If you really are a shi'i then you might want to read this: https://www.al-islam.org/articles/we-cry-husayn-so-did-prophet-islam-s-yasser-al-madani
  9. Alsalam alaikum My brother has this summer training program that he's attending. He goes daily (Except in the weekends) and the distance he has to travel is more than 80 km. It started before Ramadan and will end before Ramadan ends. He goes in the morning (Before Dhuhr) and finishes before Dhuhr. The thing is that the Adan for Dhuhr occurs when he's on his way back. Should he fast or not?
  10. Ok since this topic was revived, I'll add a question related to the main topic. Does smoking marijuana (weed) invalidate fasting? If a person becomes high from smoking it, are his fasts and prayers not accepted for 40 days just like drinking alcohol?
  11. If homosexuality is indeed a mental sickness, then why do they require punishment? Aren't sick people exempt from punishment? Can someone please explain this?
  12. You don't need to "prove" anything to Allah. Allah knows what is truly in your heart. Allah will know when you are sincere and you need to believe that Allah will know. Again, you need to be sincere and truly believe that what Islam calls for is the truth.
  13. I edited my post with more information.
  14. Not just Adam, Moses (as) also killed an innocent person. Unlike the Imams and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), some prophets weren't prophets by birth. Adam was not a prophet when he was first created. He was made a prophet when Allah put him on this Earth. Same thing thing for Moses. He was not a prophet at that time. Also Ibrahim (as) was not worshiping Allah once he became baligh. They became prophets after Allah willed it so, and not from their birth. They became infallible once Allah made them so as only Allah has the power to grant that to his creations. EDIT: I found a much more knowledgeable source for your question: https://www.al-islam.org/shiite-encyclopedia-ahlul-bayt-dilp-team/infallibility-prophets-part-3
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