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Afsaneh14

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  1. On 06/04/2018 at 9:32 PM, IbnSina said:

    Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un!

    I am sad to hear that, you know sometimes death is a form of mercy. For example if Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى knows the person will do worse staying alive in terms of sins, He might take him/her before their bad deeds start to overweight their good deeds. Likewise some times sickness is form of mercy. For example some people may get very sick before they finally pass away, this can be because Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى wants us to pay for ours sins in this life rather than the next.

    Yes Allah is All merciful. Everything is for the best intention, thank you brother for reminding me of this, it is very comforting

  2. 34 minutes ago, mesbah said:

    Inna lillah wa inna ilayhi raji'un

    To God we belong and to Him we return.

    Condolences.

    I remember you said you (and she also) had a difficult life with several losses at young age, May Allah reward you for your patience and compensate what you have lost with His blessings and bounties. 

    Thanks for kind words, means a lot. Sometimes death seems easier than living Allah always does what is best, alhamdilillah

  3. 1 hour ago, Laayla said:

    will not glamorize nor will I come to acceptance of the greater sin of homosexuality.  

    NO ONE is asking you to glamorize ir accept it. Again,the OP has asked a question, and most people are trying their hardest to answer it in a fair and peaceful way, NOT straight on generalizing an entire group of people. Somehow, you have gone from generalising all homosexuals to basically generalising the god knows how many millions of muslims that live in the west. Hats off!

  4. 2 hours ago, yasahebalzaman.313 said:

    the gays were 80-90% spreading in society, and after the enforcement of the rule they got to 5-10%.

    But how do you know gays were just lying andhiding (like some sort of gay taqiya) and the statistics obviously can’t show this.

    I also question the authenticity of gay being completely natural. I think not all cases of homosexuality are genuine, but surely by enforcing such radical rules, you are just suppressing gay feelings. Not curing them

  5. 25 minutes ago, Salsabeel said:

    That is the reason of sister @Laayla comment.

    How can anyone have a right to execute anyone? That is a great question indeed. You need to see its answer in Holy Book, if you're a Muslim.

    I understant in Islam execution is permissible in certain contexts, for example war. I am a very ignorant person when it comes to the Quran, and my Allah forgive me for this. But i have never come across anything in the quran which mentions killing ALL gay people. Arent there better ways? Like trying to guide thoe people back, or speak to them? 

    I am not completely sure on this, but didn’t prophet Lut offer his daughters to the homosexuals? If all gays were meant to be killed, i’m assuming he wouldn’t want his daughters to marry them

  6. 2 hours ago, yasahebalzaman.313 said:

    First of all you Need to calm down. I know laayla in person, she's the Sweetest person you can ever meet. And she could never disrespect or offend someone. I have read her posts and she didn't say anything disrespectful. It is you who is projecting her emotions, exaggerating and seeking drama attention. So stop embarrassing yourself.

    I apologize for causing drama, and i was a bit emotionally charged last night. Laayle might be sweet in person but the way she words certain things makes her sound VERY judgemental. And i believe i am not the only person here that believes this, Also I’m not seeking attention. That is just your assumption. If i was i would have said WAY worse.

  7. 1 hour ago, Laayla said:

    Goodnight brother A14, it's wonderful she has a protective brother, but unfortunately that is not enough to get an apology.

    :)

    Okay. I’m not a brother, and I hope you do in the future get to understand that sadly, not everyone is as exalted in iman as you are. 

    And i guess the countless times you have offended with your so called “truth speaking” doesn’t need an apology

    and also, using a passive aggressive smiley face emoji does not change anything

  8. 9 minutes ago, Laayla said:

    You said it, "not going to change anything." You know your sister better than anyone else in this forum.  Good to know for future responses.

    It is not necessarily about knowing the person. It’s about how you phrase your post and the content of it.

    for example the “pick up the dusty quran....” can be taken to sound very judgemental and arrogant on your side (which i’m hoping wasn’t your intention)

    And also, saniyeh is obviously looking for an answer catering to her- she is an agnostic. If i quoted from the Bible to you to answer a question you asked , would you be satisfied’

  9. 2 minutes ago, Laayla said:

    Then I take back my salam.  Thank you for letting me know.

    You said it, "not going to change anything." You know your sister better than anyone else in this forum.  Good to know for future responses.

    Goodnight brother.

    I think you should at least apologise. Assuming the word sorry actually does exist in your vocabulary. While i do apolgise on my side for getting quite rude,

    I think you need to have a much more open mind in the sense 1) you are not God nor the most islamically qualified person  2) you don’t know who is sitting behind that screen and what they are going/ have gone through  3) you have not got an iman-o-meter  

  10. 2 hours ago, Laayla said:

    ^^^

    I'm glad you are keeping tabs.  

    Truth hurts, and I will call it out like it is, without sugar coating it.  I will not sit idle when she is trying to make homosexuality as legitimate.

    You regurgitate the same spiel, "don't judge" "hollier than thou" cards, keep at it, I'm not going anywhere. :)

    She asked a QUESTION. Clearly you haven’t got an actual answer. No one is trying to make homosexuality legitimate. You just assumed that because she asked a question. Again IF YOU DON’T HAVE AN ANSWER, what are you trying to accomplish? And also shes clearly an agnostic. Bringing in her faith and belief is not going to chang anything. It’s like quoting yoda

  11. 4 minutes ago, Laayla said:

    Pick up the dust covered Quran in your home and read it.

    I see we are Back at it with the holier than thou attitude again.

    who on God’a earth do you think you are. Of course, the sister has asked an arguably stupid question. But she is simply asking a question about her faith with reasoning, something islam encourages us to do.

    second of all, on what basis are you judging her? Do you know about her faith and how dusty her quran is? Do you know how she was raised? Do you know her circumstance? The answer is no. So if you aren’t going to answer her question in a respectful and decent manner, maybe you should just keep your arrogance to yourself.

  12. 15 hours ago, Sisters In Islam said:

    In Islam. no one is superior except through piety and moral conduct.

    men and women are equal but not identical.

    each has their own special task and abilities

    together, they create wonder

    Imam Ali Khamenei - "If the culture of respecting women is firmly established, many problems of our society will be solved and women will not be oppressed"

    Lets empower our women by liking and sharing this page:

    https://www.facebook.com/Sisters-In-Islam-Ahlulbayt-School-of-Thought-385767358246015/

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    “Women are not created for physical hard labour”. Ironic. What about child birth? If that isn’t hard labour then i don’t know what is...

  13. 2 hours ago, RosesandAsh said:

    i'm so depressed and i don't know what to do.

    i can't stop crying.

    does anyone have any dua that can help me?

    what should i do? i cannot seek professional help nor do i have anyone at all to talk to.

    I agree @ali_fatheroforphans Please try your hardest to seek professional help. If not, yoi just need some way to vent out your feelings. Letting them build up makes everything so much worse. Here is some things that i hope help : )

    1) talk to anyone willing to listen. Maybe you can start off small. Try writing a diary about how you are feeling, or talk to us even 

    2) it is so much easier said than done but try to do some rigorous exercise like running or rowing

    3) take a looooooong shower/bath

    4) eat fruits. Blueberries have been proven to be very good fir depression

    5) keep your faith in Allah. He is testing you, and Allah only tests us with what we can bear. He has more faith in you than you have in your self

    take care sister, hope Allah gives you Shifa soon 

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