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  1. Although we can't receive full news from Afghanistan but if I were you , I wouldn't trust to Amnesty's news because it distorts information based on their viewpoint rather than providing trustful information which multiple time Amnesty.org has been accused Iran to violation of human rights in coordination with claims of Mike pompeo & Trump & Zionist without doing examination of sources & searching for truth.
  2. Addendum EXCLUSIVE Afghan women should not work alongside men, senior Taliban figure says https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/exclusive-afghan-women-should-not-work-alongside-men-senior-taliban-figure-says-2021-09-13/ Afghan women forced from banking jobs as Taliban take control https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/afghan-women-bankers-forced-roles-taliban-takes-control-2021-08-13/ Women can continue working in Afghan government, say Taliban Official says positions will be filled on merit, but in cabinet and senior posts ‘there may not be women’ https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/sep/01/women-can-continue-working-in-afghan-government-say-taliban Evidence contradicts Taliban’s claim to respect women’s rights https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/sep/03/afghanistan-women-defiant-amid-taliban-crackdown
  3. Salam this statement only have been stated only by one of senior members of Taliban which until now has not been confirmed by rest of Taliban leaders which until now they have promised limited education & working outside of house by women but by being reactionary based on distorted news & information in social media will push Taliban to total banning of ecucation & emplyment of women likewise previous tims . https://www.isna.ir/news/1400062316810/یکی-از-چهره-های-طالبان-زنان-افغان-نباید-در-کنار-مردان-کار-کنند https://www.asriran.com/fa/news/803014/مقام-ارشد-طالبان-زنان-نباید-در-کنار-مردان-کار-کنند
  4. https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/234939744-the-story-of-uwais-qarni-ra/?tab=comments#comment-3361439
  5. Salam 1, The Prophet (s) probably never broke any teeth. Some Shia sources narrate that the Prophet’s (s) teeth never broke. The following is a narration from Imam al-Baqir (a) with a reliable chain of narrators: Shaykh al-Sadooq, Ma`ani al-Akhbar, Baab Nawaadir al-Ma`ani, page. 406, hadith no. 80 The following has been narrated by the renowned Shaykh Fadhl ibn Hassan al-Tabarsi: Source. What has been said in those narrations seems quite probable since the history books have generally not attributed the Prophet (s) with missing teeth. The people of his time also did not identify him (s) in that way. The narration says that Allah protected him (s) from all disfigurement and this seems quite reasonable because it would help him with his duty of propagating the message of Islam. Missing teeth would likely affect the recitation of the Qur’an and this was one of his primary roles. Shaykh al-Sadooq, Ma`ani al-Akhbar, Baab Nawaadir al-Ma`ani, page. 406, hadith no. 80 The following has been narrated by the renowned Shaykh Fadhl ibn Hassan al-Tabarsi: Source. What has been said in those narrations seems quite probable since the history books have generally not attributed the Prophet (s) with missing teeth. The people of his time also did not identify him (s) in that way. The narration says that Allah protected him (s) from all disfigurement and this seems quite reasonable because it would help him with his duty of propagating the message of Islam. Missing teeth would likely affect the recitation of the Qur’an and this was one of his primary roles. 2, The opinion of Shia scholars on the authenticity of this incident. The following question was sent to the offices of some of the well known Shia scholars: The response of the office of Ayatullah Sadiq Shirazi: The evidence. In that email (click on the link) the representative of Ayatullah Sadiq Shirazi (who is one of a small minority of contemporary maraja who actively support blood flagellation) hints that the story of Rabab (r) the wife of Imam Hussain (s) is evidence for some of these blood rituals. We must point out that there are differing accounts of what she (r) did. Some accounts say that she (r) stayed in Karbala at the grave of Imam Hussain (a) and did not return to Madinah (contradicting what he has written). We also do not think that the account given by the official can be described as an act of empathy or sympathy (for the Imam (a)) without any other supporting evidence. It would most likely have been an act of grief and mourning rather than an act of empathy. Nevertheless the act that he attributes to her is not comparable to the blood flagellation rituals. The response of the office of Ayatullah Makarem Shirazi to the above mentioned question: The evidence. 3, The lack of Shia sources and the scarcity of the narration. Not only is this event not quoted from Shia sources, it is also not found in the earlier and more famous historical works of the Sunnis. It is not found in the Seerah of Ibn Ishaq, the History of al-Tabari or the Tabaqat of Ibn Sa’d and other books. 4, The narrative in Tadhkirat al-Awliyah contradicts many established beliefs. Farid al-Deen Attar reports the incident by stating that the Prophet (s) said to Imam Ali (a) and Umar ibn Khattab that they will someday meet Uwais (r) and they must convey his (s) greetings. During the rule of Umar, Imam Ali (a) went with Umar to a remote part of Iraq and found Uwais (r) living there. It is in this meeting that Uwais (r) told them that he had broken all of his teeth. An English translation of this narrative can be found here. Some of the peculiarities of this narrative: a, It contradicts other more reliable narrations (e.g. in Kitab al-Irshad) which state that Imam Ali (a) first met Uwais (r) on his way to the battle of Jamal. Whilst the narrative by Attar says that Imam Ali (a) first met him (r) during the reign of Umar ibn al-Khattab. b, Imam Ali (a) travels with Umar and treats him with a surprising amount of reverence. c, Uwais (r) asks Umar to describe the appearance of Prophet (s) and Umar fails to do so. Imam Ali (a) does not intervene in the conversation and does no attempt to describe the Prophet (s). d, Uwais (r) challenges Umar with the words: “if you were firm in the friendship then why you have not broken your teeth when the prophet’s teeth were broken in the battle of mount of Ohud in Madina and this is the rule of friendship”. It is unlikely that a pious person like Uwais (r) would challenge him in that way considering that Imam Ali (a) also did not break his teeth and Uwais (r) is considered to be a follower of the Imam (a). 5, The narrative in Seerat al-Halabiyyah differs from what has been quoted. Some promoters of blood shedding say that in volume II, page 295 of the book, the incident of Uwais (r) breaking his teeth has been narrated with the Prophet (s) responding with the following words: “Indeed Owais is our devoted friend”. We have not been able to find this narrative (of him voluntarily breaking his teeth) in the book. Instead we found it reporting that Uwais (r) was physically present at the battle of Uhud and the following words have been quoted from him: “I swear by God that at Uhud the Holy Prophet’s (s) teeth will not be broken until my teeth are broken, the Holy Prophet’s (s) face will not receive an injury until my face receives an injury, …..”, (Volume IV, page 227). This account contradicts what has normally been quoted by the propagandists since they assert that Uwais (r) was in Yemen when the battle was taking place. Although we also think that he was in Yemen, we must point out that Seerah al-Halabiyyah contradicts with the account that they present. 6, Other narrations do not identify Uwais (r) as being toothless. Many historical accounts of Uwais al-Qarni (r) do not state that he was toothless. If he indeed was toothless then he would have become famous for it and it would have been mentioned by people who had encountered him. 7, The act of breaking ones teeth in this manner is haraam according to all renowned Muslim scholars. It is unlikely that Prophet Muhammad (s) commended Uwais (r) for breaking his teeth since it is an accepted fact that such severe acts of self-harm are prohibited in Islam. 8, The fact that none of the other companions of the Prophet (s) nor the Ahlulbayt (a) performed this act after knowing that the Prophet (s) had broken his teeth. If it was a correct action to perform then many of them would also have done it. 9, The act seems unreal. The act of breaking every single tooth in one’s mouth seems very unrealistic. The amount of pain that Uwais (r) would have had to endure means that he is very unlikely to have been able to complete the breaking of every individual tooth. 10, Uwais (r) was isolated and thus was not in a position to be corrected. Even if we image that the event is true then we must remember that Uwais (r) was isolated and had never met the Prophet (s), and thus it is likely that he did not know the correct way to respond in this case and he should not be criticized. This would have likely been the reason why he was not criticized by the Prophet (s). If blood flagellators think that breaking of the teeth was the correct action to perform, then we must ask them why don’t they do it now out of sympathy for the Prophet (s)? http://tatbir.org
  6. Addendum to above post. https://fa.wikishia.net/view/اهل_سنت https://fa.wikishia.net/view/شیعه https://en.wikishia.net/view/Rafidi
  7. Salam all of us agree that Shia is a general term for followers however we have not used it as religious tiitle which during era of cursed Ummayads , they were calling us as Rafidi because of following Ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) & refusing acceptance of three caliph before Imam Ali (عليه السلام) also Rafidi has been a general tile for any who has been opponent of Ummayads which during Abbasid era , Ahmad ibn Hanbal as one of four Imams of Sunni has called his followers " اهل سنت" "Ahl Sunnat" because he has claimed which only him & his followers have been following tradition of prophet (pbu) which by support of Abbasids from four sunni Imams for opposing Ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) & their followers a new religious title of " اهل سنت" "Ahl Sunnat" has used for any follower of four Sunni Imams which it has shortned to religious title of سنی ""Sunni" ,and therefore title of Shias has been used for who has been following Ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) in opposition of followers of four sunni Imams because they have been Shias of four Sunni Imams also whether good or bad title of Shia has reffered to Quran but on the other hand all of religious title likewise "Sunni" or "Salafi" or "Quranist" or "Wahabi " & etc are man-made titles which have no Quranic base . Therefore anyone who calls himself a "Sunni" or "Salafi" or "Quranist" or "Wahabi " his whole life & viewpoint about Islam would be shattered but in contrast religious title of "Shia" cis equivalent to "Rafdi" which both title is great in presence of Allah but on the other hand it's unpopular on earth between enemies of Islam. a man told Imam al-Baqir (a): O the son of the apostle of Allah, people call us Rafidi. The Imam pointed to himself and said, "I am Rafidi too" and he repeated it three times. https://en.wikishia.net/view/Rafidi
  8. Salam this narration is too weak & unreliable because these two Surahs have been revealed in Mecca as Makki Suras according to Shia scholars & majority of Sunni scholars before Hijra/migration of prophet Muhammad (pbu) to Medina but on the other hand Ibn Abbas (رضي الله عنه) at time of revelation of two Surah has been 3 years old & Aisha has not married with prophet (pbu) yet which sunni narration have mentioned them as two sources of narration , so consequently it's historically wrong also in chain of narrators name of Urwah ibn Zubayr has been mentioned which he has been a Nasibi person which has fabricated too many Hadiths against Imam Ali (عليه السلام) for satisfying cursed Muawiah la) likewise he has fabricated a narration through Aisha which " prophet Muhammad (pbu) has told to Aisha that Imam Ali(عليه السلام) & Ibn Abbas (رضي الله عنه) will die as non Muslims ابن أبی الحدید، Ibn Abi'l-Hadid v4 p63-64" god forbids /Nauzu billah . https://s-hadith.kashanu.ac.ir/article_111149_61e8aa65026919a5ec927b3dad5b8649.pdf This are a wrong assumptions about Aisha & Zubayr nevertheless they raised up against Imam Ali (عليه السلام) but no shia Imam & scholar has called them apostate & hypocrite because Imam Ali (عليه السلام) has not called Aisha as apostate & returned her to her house as wife of prophet (pbu) even he hasn't allowed to his army to collect bounty of war because they have fought with muslims & about Zubayr he wasn't a hypocrite because he has rebelled againt Imam Ali (عليه السلام) as clear enemy without attributes of hypocrites however because of enmity of Aisha & sons of Zubayr (Banu Zubayr) we must examine any hadith which has been narrated through them. https://en.wikishia.net/view/Al-Mu'awwidhatayn In Tafsir al-Mizan, Allama Tabataba'i wrote that there is no reason for the Prophet (s) to be physically resistant to magic and would not become ill by magic; however, verses of the Qur'an suggest that the heart and mind of the Prophet (s) are safe from the magic and influence of satanic powers. https://en.wikishia.net/view/Sura_al-Falaq https://en.wikishia.net/view/Sura_al-Nas The results of the study show that due to some discrepancies between commentators on whether these chapters are Makki or Madani, some contradictory traditions on their circumstance of revelation, the referential and conceptual weakness of the traditions about the magic spell on the Prophet, and stylistics of the above chapters having a Makki context, it is concluded that the circumstance of revelation for the above chapters cannot be attributed to the event of casting a magic spell on the Holy Prophet. http://ptt.qom.ac.ir/article_1542_en.html https://profdoc.um.ac.ir/articles/a/1082147.pdf http://ensani.ir/fa/article/399062/بررسی-تأثیر-سحر-بر-پیامبر-اکرم-از-دیدگاه-مفسران-فریقین https://en.wikishia.net/view/Makki_and_Madani
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  10. Drink Iranian Coca Cola & Pesi or Zamzam drinks
  11. Salam according to grand Ayatollha Sistani & majority of Shia Mrajas you can consume drinks & foods which are labeled as “alcohol free” ie "drinks that claim 0% but really it's just <0.03%" Also about your second concern , you can rely on list of ingrediants and lables likewise “Alcohol free” or Halal watermark however about sea products you must check it if it matches with Halal Shia seafood list or not because Sunnis consider some Haram seafoods as Halal according to their Fiqh. It is also permissible to eat such food if the amount of alcohol is very minute, e.g., 2%, except for wine. If a drink is produced alcohol free in the first place and it is not called "Fuqa" (beer), there is no problem, or else, it is forbidden even if alcohol is separated from it. https://www.sistani.org/english/qa/01123/
  12. Salam there will be a great war between cursed Sufyani (la) & his two rival armies which all them are anti shia , so therefore according to advise of Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) about war in Qirqisia ,shias must not involve in this war until Sufyani defeats his two other rival then conquers area between Palestine & Iraq which after swallowing half of his army between Medina & Mecca a coalition of Yemenis & Iranian army will defeat him& his army at the conqured region by cursed Sufyani (la) which any great wars that Sunnis are engaging in It before reappearance of Imam Mahdi (aj) in name of Malhama in any region especially in Shaam (Syria) or Indian subcontinet for causing war between Pakistan & India are for distraction of Shias & weakening us .Therefre no shia group or person especially Iran must involvs in these fake Malhama wars. https://www.mepanews.com/interview-with-malhama-tactical-leader-ali-shishani-42881h.htm
  13. Hi comparing feudalism from Shia viewpoint with other kinds of feudalism likewise westerner feudalism is comparing apples with oranges nevertheless Sunni version of feudalism of Ummayads & Abbasids & Ottomans is compatiblre with your classical definition of feudalism which nevertheless our Imams (عليه السلام) likewise Imam Ali(عليه السلام) & Imam Sadiq (عليه السلام) have had farms & slaves but on the other hand they have been farmers on their lands without any difference & supperiority over other people who have been in their service which procedure of them for feudalism has been a unique way which has been in opposite of Ummayads & Abbasids & Ottomans & classic feudalism but unfortunately has been negleted by everyone even by people who have been claiming following them which until end of Pahlavi era the classical feudalism has been the common feudalism but on the other hand after revolution we ssomehow could revive shia version of feudalism which has been introduced by our Imams under term of Jihad in argiculture or nevertheless we have a long way ahead of us for reaching to it's ideal point. https://www.maj.ir/page-NewEnMain/en/0
  14. Can the Fabricated Hadith Be Recognized September 13, 2021/in Featured 3, Quran & Etrat / SHAFAQNA- The investigators have stated generalities through which recognizing which hadith being fabricated becomes feasible: Its contradiction to the Qur’an and authentic successive Sunnah or decisive unanimity or determined rules of the Shari’ah, or to the rational proof, or to the senses and conspicuousness and all certainties. Or the Hadith’s including temerities in regard of promise and threats, reward and punishment. Or its being contradictory to the rules brought by the clear Sunnah, or the Hadith’s being invalid by itself, or its invalidity being established by correct evidences. https://en.shafaqna.com/230328/can-the-fabricated-hadith-be-recognized/
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