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ya.ali786

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  1. I'm sure it doesn't prevent water reaching your skin?
  2. Salaam nevertheless you will need permission. Muta is a permissible act with conditions. From www.al-sistani.org If a woman is over thirty years of age, and still virgin, is it necessary for her to seek the permission of her guardian for marriage? Answer: If she is not independent, it is obligatory on her to seek his consent. Rather, even if she is independent, she must seek his consent, as a matter of compulsory precaution.
  3. There are two different methods of sighting the moon. stipulating Unity of Horizons & not stipulating Unity of Horizons That's why eid is not on the same day in the world.
  4. Maybe they followed Ayatullah khoei when he was alive and still do
  5. Salaam sad to hear. I wish I was as enthuiastic with religion as the fellow posters on this topic are. InshAllah all is well as you have the biggest treasure love of the Ahlul bait(as) cemented in your heart. :)
  6. Salam I would be very interested in which other 'neutral scholars' you have spoken to, if possible could you name them? Also was the discussion at muhammadi trust recorded?
  7. http://www.inminds.com/boycott-mcdonalds.html
  8. I agree but nevertheless no one can neglect their wajibats. Wajibats is what makes us muslims in a sense.
  9. From Syed Sistani Risalah Fasting means that a person must, in obedience to the commands of Allah, from the time of Adhan for Fajr prayers up to Maghrib, avoid nine things which will be mentioned later.
  10. Salaam You can still not neglect hijab, even if the physical aspect is not the biggest part. Bibi khadija(sa) wasa business women. Bibi Fatima(as) did leave her house khutba e fadakiyya. Women go to hajj( leave their house).
  11. Salaam I'm disappointed by some posters. Covering of the hair is wajib, isn't Bibi Fatimah(as) our role model? Bibi Zainub(as) went through so much the first thig she(as) did when they got their freedom was to return the headscarves and cover themselves. People cry all the time for Bibi Zainub(as), people have 10 day majlises for Bibi Zainub(as). But some posts are talking about marrying someone who dresses modestly. What kind of modesty will show their hair? Everyone should do their wajibats, a person shouldn't be judged on whether they wear hijab or burka. If I keep a beard it doesn't make me a pious person, I'm simply trying to complete the minimum requirement of calling myself a 'Muslim'. Allah(swt) is all knowing.
  12. In Syria the timing for Adhan for Fajr are very similar for both sunnis and shias. From my understanding in Pakistan the Shia Azhan goes first.
  13. Np. You could ask a local scholar, I have heard Shias recite it in their prayers. But I can't find a source for it.
  14. Syed Sistani 1636. If a person in Janabat in the night of Ramadhan feels certain that if he goes to sleep he will wake up before the time of Fajr prayers, and is determined to do Ghusl upon waking up, and oversleeps with that determination till the time of Fajr prayers, his fast will be in order. And the same rule applies to a person who, though not absolutely certain, is hopeful about waking up before the time of Fajr prayers. ^I think this one applies to you. 1639. If a person in Janabat sleeps and wakes up during a night of Ramadhan and is certain or fairly hopeful that if he sleeps again, he will wake up before the time of Fajr prayers, with full determination to do Ghusl after waking up, and oversleeps till the time of Fajr, he should observe the qadha of the fast of that day. And if he goes to sleep for the third time and does not wake up till the time of Fajr prayers, it is obligatory on him to observe the qadha as well as give the kaffarah, as a recommended precaution. http://sistani.org/local.php?modules=nav&a...59&pid=3002
  15. Salaam The sisters in particular are restricted to syed, if a syeda marries a non-syed the kids are mirza. I'm just making a point this is how a lot of people ser it expecially in sub continent. They are simply proud of their lineage and to be called a syed. I know people that are syeds that's why I'm saying this.
  16. Apparently you are allowed to say it from my understanding.
  17. Harrow, United Kingdom Qibla = 119 29 E (From True North) SICM's time table is based on the extensive work done by the emminent astro-phisicist Dr. Mohammad Ilyas Ph.D(Adelaide), M.Sc. (Aligarh), FRMetS, FRAS as explained in his book A Modern Guide to Astronomical Calculations Of Islamin Calendar Times & Qibla. The difference in the magrib times should not be significant as all Shias add a few minutes to the sunset time to obtain the magrib time. Though a prominent Shia Mujtahid Mohammad Husain FazluAllah says magrib is same as sunset. As for Imsak/fajr times SICM uses the well-known criteria of 18/16 degrees, i.e. when the sun is 18/16 degrees below the horizon. This criteria was well known to the muslim astronomers of the past and cn be seen in the works of many past and present day muslim scholars. Note: Ayatullah Seestani says 'The obligatory precaution is that as 'long as the redness in the eastern sky appearing after sunset has not passed 'overhead, Maghrib Namaz should not be performed.' This is based on ihtiyat '(precaution) to the one who feels that the sunset does not take effect except 'after the disappearance of that redness. Ayatullah Fadhullah says 'Sunset 'takes effect when the sun's disk disappears from the horizon,' 'Thus one can 'at such a time say one's maghrib prayer, and also break his fast if one 'fasts' Ayatullah Khui It is Ehtiyate Wajib to wait until the redness that appears in the eastern horizon after sunset has passed overhead Shaykh Sudduq, 'Sunset (Maghrib) is validated by the fall of the Sun's disk Shaykh Tusi Maghrib starts at the setting of the sun Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need more details regarding SICM's timetable. prayertimes@sicm.org.uk May Allah guide us on the right path. www.sicm.org.uk
  18. From www.sicm.org.uk Harrow, United Kingdom Qibla = 119 29 E (From True North) SICM's time table is based on the extensive work done by the emminent astro-phisicist Dr. Mohammad Ilyas Ph.D(Adelaide), M.Sc. (Aligarh), FRMetS, FRAS as explained in his book A Modern Guide to Astronomical Calculations Of Islamin Calendar Times & Qibla. The difference in the magrib times should not be significant as all Shias add a few minutes to the sunset time to obtain the magrib time. Though a prominent Shia Mujtahid Mohammad Husain FazluAllah says magrib is same as sunset. As for Imsak/fajr times SICM uses the well-known criteria of 18/16 degrees, i.e. when the sun is 18/16 degrees below the horizon. This criteria was well known to the muslim astronomers of the past and cn be seen in the works of many past and present day muslim scholars. Note: Ayatullah Seestani says 'The obligatory precaution is that as 'long as the redness in the eastern sky appearing after sunset has not passed 'overhead, Maghrib Namaz should not be performed.' This is based on ihtiyat '(precaution) to the one who feels that the sunset does not take effect except 'after the disappearance of that redness. Ayatullah Fadhullah says 'Sunset 'takes effect when the sun's disk disappears from the horizon,' 'Thus one can 'at such a time say one's maghrib prayer, and also break his fast if one 'fasts' Ayatullah Khui It is Ehtiyate Wajib to wait until the redness that appears in the eastern horizon after sunset has passed overhead Shaykh Sudduq, 'Sunset (Maghrib) is validated by the fall of the Sun's disk Shaykh Tusi Maghrib starts at the setting of the sun Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need more details regarding SICM's timetable. prayertimes@sicm.org.uk May Allah guide us on the right path. Check out the tafsir on www.al-islam.org/quran. InshAllah will remember you in my duas.
  19. wow over 30,000 posts mashAllah. How do u do it?

  20. I think I would like to make a point here. I think that people that syed especially from sub continent marry other syeds not because of the fact that syeds are better in taqwa that non syeds, afterall the 4 representives of the 12th Imam(as) were not syeds. But because they want to keep the blood flowing. Thus these people are no way racist at all. Most syeds are know never say they are better people, but are proud of their lineage which they should be. If I was a syed, I would put taqwa as my number one priority when looking for a spouse.
  21. Doesn't the adulterer get a chance to strongly repent?
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