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MariyahLaleh

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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from notme in Donald J. Trump [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    Yes slick Donnie, A "polished" man who seems vindictive enough to go to the state of 2 senators and trash one that is basically dying. I am a resident of AZ and live in a city south of phoenix. AZ is an independent majority state. Everything with him is staged, Perhaps that is why he is so successful in the field of politics.I have washed my hands of politics: It is the world of men and it is fleeting. A t my age it is more important to focus on the Akhira. Amazing fact is that a Sunni Attorney out of Phoenix is running for Senator against Flake. Her name is Deedra Aboud.
     
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Ya_isa (as) in Why I became Muslim (Sunni)   
    Brother, you are all over the page. You need to address one topic at a time. If you joined the Ahlul Sunnah, that is your choice, As a woman who was born-and raised into the madhab of Abu Hanifa and found the truth lies in the madhab of Syed Jafar, the teacher of the Sunni scholars. I found Fitna in the family of alhul Sunnah  and peace in the people of the Ahlul bayt.,
     
     
     
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Hassan- in Why I became Muslim (Sunni)   
    Brother, you are all over the page. You need to address one topic at a time. If you joined the Ahlul Sunnah, that is your choice, As a woman who was born-and raised into the madhab of Abu Hanifa and found the truth lies in the madhab of Syed Jafar, the teacher of the Sunni scholars. I found Fitna in the family of alhul Sunnah  and peace in the people of the Ahlul bayt.,
     
     
     
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from hasanhh in Donald J. Trump [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    Yes slick Donnie, A "polished" man who seems vindictive enough to go to the state of 2 senators and trash one that is basically dying. I am a resident of AZ and live in a city south of phoenix. AZ is an independent majority state. Everything with him is staged, Perhaps that is why he is so successful in the field of politics.I have washed my hands of politics: It is the world of men and it is fleeting. A t my age it is more important to focus on the Akhira. Amazing fact is that a Sunni Attorney out of Phoenix is running for Senator against Flake. Her name is Deedra Aboud.
     
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Sindbad05 in All Muslims are one, regardless of Jam'aa   
    Asalaamu alaikum
    I received a wonderful email from a Sunni sister the other day that touched my heart. I simply wanted to share it with you. If this is innapropriate moderators, please remove. I cannot account for the authenticity of the ahadith quoted: and this is Sunni origin
     
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    Prophet Muhammad (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: “The similitude of believers in regard to mutual love, affection, fellow-feeling is that of one body; when any limb of it aches, the whole body aches, because of sleeplessness and fever.” [Muslim]

    If your finger, foot, or any part of your body is hurting, you cannot sleep. Your body may develop a fever while it tries to neutralize the pathogens in an infected part. When one part of your body is trying to fight the enemy, the whole body invariably gets involved in the process. The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) described the Ummah as one body!

    So if a Muslim anywhere in the world, in the centre of the body or the tips, on the finger or on the toes, is hurting, you should feel the same pain. If you are only concerned about your safety and the safety of your direct family, then there’s something wrong with you. You are not really part of the body. The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said that the Ummah is one body: It doesn’t matter that they are split into different political states or that they belong to different Madhahibs/Fiqh, as long as the person is a Muslim they are a part of your body.

    Sometimes we look at it as, “Only me and my group are Muslims.” Why? Because he doesn’t follow my Jamaa’h, he’s not following my way? As long as you cannot prove that that Muslim is a Kafir (disbeliever), he is a Muslim. As long as you don’t have evidence that such a person is a Murtad (apostate), he is a Muslim; whether he belongs to the same Madhhab or the same group or the same country or not, makes no difference.

    We all talk about the importance of having unity. If having unity means having one group, abandoning all the different Jamaa’ts and getting rid of all of the different Madhahibs, then we’ll all just be copies of each other and that’s an impossible thing to have. The fact that the Ummah is diverse and has these different elements in it, is what makes us strong. If a person running a business just has expertise in one area then eventually that will limit how much business he can get. But if he has people with multiple areas of expertise then the amount of business that they can go after will increase accordingly. What we mean by unity is that even though your approach to Islamic work might be different, the Imam that you follow might be different, you are there to help your brother when your brother is in need; that is unity."
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Afsaneh14 in living with non-muslim roommates   
    any muslimah would be a better situation. Mu duas for you sister
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Sirius_Bright in Did any shia here go to taraweeh?   
    I was a former Sunni and did Taraweeh when I was Sunni. Since I have been married to a Shia for 25+ years I have finally declared myself to be of the Shia. Taraweeh is a prayer started by the early rulers of the Sunni Figh and is not a practice that I have ever encountered in any hussainiya or gathering of shia.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Did any shia here go to taraweeh?   
    I was a former Sunni and did Taraweeh when I was Sunni. Since I have been married to a Shia for 25+ years I have finally declared myself to be of the Shia. Taraweeh is a prayer started by the early rulers of the Sunni Figh and is not a practice that I have ever encountered in any hussainiya or gathering of shia.
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to Aquib Rizvi in Did any shia here go to taraweeh?   
    Assalaamualeykum,
    It is a Bidah, every bidah leads you to hell fire.
    Wa aleykumsalaam.
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to Aquib Rizvi in Paradox of Sunni ilm al-rijal   
    Wa aleykumsalaam,
    [9.101] And from among those who are round about you of the dwellers of the desert there are hypocrites, and from among the people of Medina (also); they are stubborn in hypocrisy; you do not know them; We know them; We will chastise them twice then shall they be turned back to a grievous chastisement.
    Allah says in Quran that no one is aware of hypocrite among the Sahaba, not even the Prophet (s). Allah testify in the Quran that the not all companion are trustworthy, yet they blindly consider all the companion just. What can be the biggest paradox than this!
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to MohammadAli1993 in Quran say that the trinity is Jesus, God, and Mary   
    You must also keep in mind that this is speaking about about  Future and believe it or not. Some people did take Mary as a Goddess. Right now, type on Google our Holy mother Fatima and you will see some PURE SHIRK lol. So it is referring about the time gap of Jesus and the day of Judgement. So it makes sense. I was Confused too about this Ayat and Christians always bring it up but yeah don't trip up
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to Haydar Husayn in Quran say that the trinity is Jesus, God, and Mary   
    No, the Qur'an doesn't say that. What it is saying is they there are some people who have taken Mary as a deity, separately from anything to do with the Trinity.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from baqar in Virtues of Ahlulbayt in Sunni Hadith literature   
    This is an excellent topic..If there could be higher than five stars    JakakAllahu
     
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from A Muslim Artist in I'm in love with a sunni man   
    Wa alaikum Asalaam. I feel for you sister. But the person to ask is someone you really respect or is more knowledgeable in Islam. I was born Sunni hanafi, and was married to a like minded person in my first marriage. We had five children together and he died when I was 28 and had these five small children alone. I went to school for nursing in those two year I remained a widow. Life was difficult alone, and my uncle and brother were always looking for a suitable remarriage prospect for me. In the sunni world it never came. I was still young but most men did not want the burden of dealing with my five orphan children. I was expecting to have to hoof it and spend the rest of my life alone.
    Then came T.... My current husband who has Alzheimers and cannot remember some things. The Shia Jafari honorable man who took on a lonely 30 year old widow with 5 small orphan children and who treated them as he did his four daughters by his first marriage. For this we were blessed with one son together. He always encouraged me to have them (my five sunni children) attend programs in their fathers madhab, and to raise them with their fathers name and heritage. I was not always well received in the Sunni masjids after that point. I was even told to my face that I was kafir and that my marriage was invalid and I was committing zina because my husband was Shia. Funny how not ONE shia had ever treated me in that manner in all the years I would accompany him to the various Majlis and programs during the years I have been married to him.
    I made a decision to migrate to the Jafari madhab this past Muharram. It actually has been a 20 year journey. My request to you sister is this: If you are in a country where Islam is not the majority religion, you may need to look into all possibilities. I know you stated that you have. When you say you love him, have you met his family, his friends? Take a female companion and your Turbah, go attend a noon Jummah meeting in the masjid he attends and see how you are treated by the other sunni women. Let them see you pray as a Shia, do not hide it. And I would advise you to consult with a Shayk or learned person of your comfort and see if this is a viable choice. First and foremost, Supplicate and inquire to Allah SuhanAllah Wa ta'ala. if you are receptive, He will answer. Do not marry in haste. May you be shown the path that is most correct for you dear sister. ma'Salaama.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Akbar673 in I'm in love with a sunni man   
    Wa alaikum Asalaam. I feel for you sister. But the person to ask is someone you really respect or is more knowledgeable in Islam. I was born Sunni hanafi, and was married to a like minded person in my first marriage. We had five children together and he died when I was 28 and had these five small children alone. I went to school for nursing in those two year I remained a widow. Life was difficult alone, and my uncle and brother were always looking for a suitable remarriage prospect for me. In the sunni world it never came. I was still young but most men did not want the burden of dealing with my five orphan children. I was expecting to have to hoof it and spend the rest of my life alone.
    Then came T.... My current husband who has Alzheimers and cannot remember some things. The Shia Jafari honorable man who took on a lonely 30 year old widow with 5 small orphan children and who treated them as he did his four daughters by his first marriage. For this we were blessed with one son together. He always encouraged me to have them (my five sunni children) attend programs in their fathers madhab, and to raise them with their fathers name and heritage. I was not always well received in the Sunni masjids after that point. I was even told to my face that I was kafir and that my marriage was invalid and I was committing zina because my husband was Shia. Funny how not ONE shia had ever treated me in that manner in all the years I would accompany him to the various Majlis and programs during the years I have been married to him.
    I made a decision to migrate to the Jafari madhab this past Muharram. It actually has been a 20 year journey. My request to you sister is this: If you are in a country where Islam is not the majority religion, you may need to look into all possibilities. I know you stated that you have. When you say you love him, have you met his family, his friends? Take a female companion and your Turbah, go attend a noon Jummah meeting in the masjid he attends and see how you are treated by the other sunni women. Let them see you pray as a Shia, do not hide it. And I would advise you to consult with a Shayk or learned person of your comfort and see if this is a viable choice. First and foremost, Supplicate and inquire to Allah SuhanAllah Wa ta'ala. if you are receptive, He will answer. Do not marry in haste. May you be shown the path that is most correct for you dear sister. ma'Salaama.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Hassan- in I'm in love with a sunni man   
    Wa alaikum Asalaam. I feel for you sister. But the person to ask is someone you really respect or is more knowledgeable in Islam. I was born Sunni hanafi, and was married to a like minded person in my first marriage. We had five children together and he died when I was 28 and had these five small children alone. I went to school for nursing in those two year I remained a widow. Life was difficult alone, and my uncle and brother were always looking for a suitable remarriage prospect for me. In the sunni world it never came. I was still young but most men did not want the burden of dealing with my five orphan children. I was expecting to have to hoof it and spend the rest of my life alone.
    Then came T.... My current husband who has Alzheimers and cannot remember some things. The Shia Jafari honorable man who took on a lonely 30 year old widow with 5 small orphan children and who treated them as he did his four daughters by his first marriage. For this we were blessed with one son together. He always encouraged me to have them (my five sunni children) attend programs in their fathers madhab, and to raise them with their fathers name and heritage. I was not always well received in the Sunni masjids after that point. I was even told to my face that I was kafir and that my marriage was invalid and I was committing zina because my husband was Shia. Funny how not ONE shia had ever treated me in that manner in all the years I would accompany him to the various Majlis and programs during the years I have been married to him.
    I made a decision to migrate to the Jafari madhab this past Muharram. It actually has been a 20 year journey. My request to you sister is this: If you are in a country where Islam is not the majority religion, you may need to look into all possibilities. I know you stated that you have. When you say you love him, have you met his family, his friends? Take a female companion and your Turbah, go attend a noon Jummah meeting in the masjid he attends and see how you are treated by the other sunni women. Let them see you pray as a Shia, do not hide it. And I would advise you to consult with a Shayk or learned person of your comfort and see if this is a viable choice. First and foremost, Supplicate and inquire to Allah SuhanAllah Wa ta'ala. if you are receptive, He will answer. Do not marry in haste. May you be shown the path that is most correct for you dear sister. ma'Salaama.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Laayla in I'm in love with a sunni man   
    Wa alaikum Asalaam. I feel for you sister. But the person to ask is someone you really respect or is more knowledgeable in Islam. I was born Sunni hanafi, and was married to a like minded person in my first marriage. We had five children together and he died when I was 28 and had these five small children alone. I went to school for nursing in those two year I remained a widow. Life was difficult alone, and my uncle and brother were always looking for a suitable remarriage prospect for me. In the sunni world it never came. I was still young but most men did not want the burden of dealing with my five orphan children. I was expecting to have to hoof it and spend the rest of my life alone.
    Then came T.... My current husband who has Alzheimers and cannot remember some things. The Shia Jafari honorable man who took on a lonely 30 year old widow with 5 small orphan children and who treated them as he did his four daughters by his first marriage. For this we were blessed with one son together. He always encouraged me to have them (my five sunni children) attend programs in their fathers madhab, and to raise them with their fathers name and heritage. I was not always well received in the Sunni masjids after that point. I was even told to my face that I was kafir and that my marriage was invalid and I was committing zina because my husband was Shia. Funny how not ONE shia had ever treated me in that manner in all the years I would accompany him to the various Majlis and programs during the years I have been married to him.
    I made a decision to migrate to the Jafari madhab this past Muharram. It actually has been a 20 year journey. My request to you sister is this: If you are in a country where Islam is not the majority religion, you may need to look into all possibilities. I know you stated that you have. When you say you love him, have you met his family, his friends? Take a female companion and your Turbah, go attend a noon Jummah meeting in the masjid he attends and see how you are treated by the other sunni women. Let them see you pray as a Shia, do not hide it. And I would advise you to consult with a Shayk or learned person of your comfort and see if this is a viable choice. First and foremost, Supplicate and inquire to Allah SuhanAllah Wa ta'ala. if you are receptive, He will answer. Do not marry in haste. May you be shown the path that is most correct for you dear sister. ma'Salaama.
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to Marbles in Countries the Prophet(saaw) visited?   
    Most notably to what is today called the Levant, in order to conduct business when he was employed by Hazrat Khadijah. Aside from that I think the Prophet lived his whole life in the Arabian peninsula.
    Which books? Some early Muslims took asylum in Ethiopia during the hardship of the Meccan period but the Prophet himself never travelled there.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from baqar in Faking it! Faux conversions to Islam.   
    What I have found in this walk in life in my 59 years is that humans can and will change if the basic elements are in place. This lady at least loves her husband enough to "fake it" by making the effort to go to an Islamic center and reciting the Kalima, or testimony of faith and belief. Possible just this act may either make or break her Atheist beliefs. Only God, Allah, knows what is in her heart and knows the condition of her heart.She may find something meaningful in this visit. To a person in the right heart condition there is nothing quite as beautiful as an adhan calling the faithful to prayer in a musllim land. It calls to people, and the shia Adhans are for the most part breathtaking. Inshallah this lady will at least find God in any way, and reignite the love of her husband for his Rabb,
     
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Al Hadi in Sheikh Zaid al Salami exposed by Tawhidi!   
    I have to agree on that one. Astaghfirullah. Reading Nur (24:1-31) would solidify that statement.
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Son of Placid in Faking it! Faux conversions to Islam.   
    What I have found in this walk in life in my 59 years is that humans can and will change if the basic elements are in place. This lady at least loves her husband enough to "fake it" by making the effort to go to an Islamic center and reciting the Kalima, or testimony of faith and belief. Possible just this act may either make or break her Atheist beliefs. Only God, Allah, knows what is in her heart and knows the condition of her heart.She may find something meaningful in this visit. To a person in the right heart condition there is nothing quite as beautiful as an adhan calling the faithful to prayer in a musllim land. It calls to people, and the shia Adhans are for the most part breathtaking. Inshallah this lady will at least find God in any way, and reignite the love of her husband for his Rabb,
     
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to notme in Faking it! Faux conversions to Islam.   
    Maybe they have to have an Islamic marriage since at least the husband will presumably have to pretend to be Muslim to not upset his relatives or draw suspicion from authorities?
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    MariyahLaleh got a reaction from Hassan- in Sheikh Zaid al Salami exposed by Tawhidi!   
    I have to agree on that one. Astaghfirullah. Reading Nur (24:1-31) would solidify that statement.
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to Mansur Bakhtiari in Anyone else want to learn Mantiq al Muzaffar?   
    السلام عليكم
    I was wondering if anyone else wanted to learn about Mantiq. It's one of the first subjects studied in the hawza, with the Kitab al Mantiq of Ayatollah Muhammad Reza Muzaffar being the primary book of study.
    I am going to Inshallah post the PDF oon here in english and arabic, along with lectures in all languages on this. If anybody else wants to learn with me, follow this thread so we can debate aspects of the book and Inshallah learn something.
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    MariyahLaleh reacted to Lion33 in Houthis inside Saudi arabia   
    lol brother did I say I support the American govt???
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