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islam25

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  1. You are wrong. Being selfish is moral sin.Defnitly a true human we'll never be selfish. That too a true believer can never bhi a selfish
  2. Being selfish is a moral sin.And not guiding one to eternal bliss is too a selfishness. For eternal bliss one needs to submit to Allah. So desiring and striving of eternal bliss and inviting others is selfishness. In addition after Holy Prophet saw who's duty is to convey the message of Allah and guide non-Muslims towards Allah. What is our duty.And how much we have fullfill it.
  3. Is it recommended or permissible to read supplications in English.
  4. Seal is a sea animal. Is seal Halal or Haram?
  5. Salam sister. To be precise I will sau why at first the friend of Becca will do Iskikhara when Becca didn't asked her to do so. The solution lies with Becca herself, she has to think and decide about her future life.Now if by thorough thinking she couldn't come final decision.Then she might ask for Iskikhara. I don't feel doing rpeated Iskikhara is right.Ist result is last. May Allah help and guide her in this situation.
  6. Thanks.Yes we don't have any figure.Is there any responsibile system or authority to confirm.
  7. We know paying zakat and khums is mandatory on all who have surplus yearly income. How much weath we can generate if khums is will be paid by all all those whose income is enough that they come under it. Will it be enough to eliminate depravation in Shia Muslims. So it may also help in overall development and prosperity of muslims. @Mahdavist @Sirius_Bright @ShiaMan14 @Abu Nur @layman @El Cid
  8. You are best judge.If you feel that your religion won't compromise and you can preach and invite them then it's ok. But if you feel your religion then your hearafter is compromised then leave the country.
  9. The following passage from by Dr Farrokh may help to clear it question. Don’t waste yourselves! We are not allowed to assign ourselves as the suppressed! Our goal is to incorporate Allah’s attributes within ourselves. As to the medium through which this can optimally be actualised, we shall answer that during future sessions, inshallah. However, the concept of the mustad’af still requires further deliberation. The mustad’af is one whose journey to perfection and whose objective and goal to be Allah-like has been compromised. Their freedom has been hampered either out of their own doing or others’. Such a state should not continue. A people may temporarily experience and live under circumstances whereby they qualify as a mustad’af (suppressed), they must however not tolerate such a status quo and they must not integrate into such a status quo and should therefore retaliate and minimize and endeavour in overcoming such a suppressed situation. Not doing so is tantamount to giving the green light to shame and self-abasement. Some people may have the highest of socio-economic statuses, highest of academia-related certificates and even the highest of seminary qualifications, but as a result of optionally living under a status quo whereby their journey to become Allah’s ‘caliphate’ is barred, they are in reality poor, ignorant and suppressed unless they either endeavour towards correcting the ambiance or in the very least, leave. Yes, they must – a spiritual must I must add – leave and migrate elsewhere where they can more comfortably reach one’s objective and exit the folds of being a mustad’af. Either endeavour or migrate. But never be comfortable with being a mustad’af. In the Holy Quran, 4:97, explicit reference is made to one of the questions angels are to ask many of us. In the aḥādīth, examples of questions that are to be asked are abundantly mentioned such as “who is your Lord?”, “what is your Book?” and “who is your Prophet?” – and we accept this. However, in 4:97, a question is referred to which in and of itself embraces all the ḥadīth questions. Deliberate carefully! When the angels see the poor spiritual status of the person (applies to humans – muslim or non-muslim) and see that the person was drowned in wrong-doing, they ask the person: “in what condition were you in?” Why have you abased and shamed yourself spiritually? Didn’t you have a warner? Why did you make yourself susceptible to all this? Its game over now! no returning back! Why did you do this to yourself? Then, in 4:97, the poor person’s reply comes “we were of the suppressed ones in the land!” Yes, the reason why their resurrection in the Hereafter is so unhuman and as a result of not attaining to perfection and not incorporating divine attributes, they are resurrected as apes, pigs, snakes, predators and the like, due to their integration into a capitalist, socialist, fascist, tyrannical, liberal or anarchical state that had hampered their progress towards perfection and they were okay with it! Then the angels exclaim “wasn’t Allah’s earth spacious for you to migrate therein?” the verse then ends stating that such people’s refuge is Hell and what an evil destination it is to be. Its only when you have correctly endeavoured in not being suppressed (a mustad’af) will you be able to truly reply to questions such as who is your Lord, who is your prophet… Don’t lose the plot. Don’t reverse the equation. All prophets have come to tell us to call upon Allah and reject all forms of tāghūt (16:36). The tāghūt is that which hampers you from incorporating Allah’s attributes. Be it a government, a lifestyle, an ideology etc. We are not allowed to allow the many forms of tāghūt that exist to permeate and diffuse into our lives. Hence, the prescription from Imam Sādiq (peace be upon him) guiding us not to eat, clothe or walk like those who are the enemy, who assign lifestyles and systems whereby Man is inhibited in progressing towards perfection. An Islamic lifestyle dictates one to eat, walk and clothe etc. in a particular manner because that manner is on a par with one’s journey to perfection. The ultimate criterion is how much of the attributes of perfection have we incorporated within ourselves. Allah is absolute perfection and each jurisprudential, ethical and doctrinal article is traced back to absolute perfection and is assigned so that we become more and more Allah-like. So imagine one lives comfortably – without endeavouring to compensate – under such forms of tāghūt and intentionally assign themselves as mustad’af and suppressed, not only have they ruined and wasted themselves, but they have added and participated and propagated and enhanced the tāghūtī system and they will be resurrected with such a system in the Hereafter. To be continued…
  10. If there is threat to your religion .Then leave the country.
  11. Just declearing Ali is my Imam isnot sufficient. Willayah of Imam is the means understanding and acknowledgiing Unity of Allah. Rather ones Jannah and he'll lies how much one has attained proximity to Allah through following the Quran and Imams .
  12. You didn't said how to do it.I mean how we should use the social media to Convey the Shia understanding of Islam. I mean what things or belief system we that will most effectively attract them to Shia Islam. If we any weakness that Hinder their conversion. Do you any religious custom that donoy appeal the inteecllect of people or acts as hindrence for their conversion or accepting our view. I
  13. This is a nice I dea. How to create the network.Who is our Target population. Hope you will elobrate. What I understood that you want put Shia understanding of islam to the people.
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