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Everything posted by 3wliya_maryam

  1. Really? Minimal mistakes? So enforcing the hijab onto every woman and other islamic teachings is considered a minimal mistake and success? It has caused nothing but fitna and further hatred spread on the religion of Islam and the true purpose of the hijab. And you call that minimal? And just because they're the only Shia based government in the world, we are OBLIGATED to support them?!! What the heck. The Ahlulbayt(عليه السلام) never enforced their beliefs and practices onto people. I don't need to provide evidence, its basic common sense, and every single Imam (عليه السلام) never enforced Islam onto anyone and the Holy Quran itself states that there is no compulsion in religion
  2. Imam Mahdi (ajf) will rid the oppressors, including the ones that oppress and murder women because they're not wearing the hijab properly and enforce religion onto others. Two Irani marjas have actually spoken against such a crime, and have condemned the so called morality police.
  3. Okay Irani supremacist. This is such a contradictory statement, and makes no sense whatsoever.
  4. Allah yirhamha... and may Allah give patience to her family. Truly heart breaking. I don't understand why anyone would doubt this happening. This truly is not the first time such a crime has occurred nor will it be the last. Like HELLO WAKE UP. Irani regime has been abusing women of not wearing the headscarves for years, and the fact that people deny such events from happening honestly baffle me. Stop sympathising these officials and leaders who have done nothing but cause fitna and hatred amongst Muslims. The evidence is already there, but people still beat around the bush.
  5. oh god. Majority of world leaders, including iranian and iraqi leaders, are far away from haqq. In fact, one of the signs of the end of times are leaders who deem themselves pious to actually turn out to be evil tyrants.
  6. Salam everyone,

    Just wanted to share a novel that I'm currently working on, which touches on a lot of important issues and taboos within our communities.


    1. Irfani313


      Salam- just read the chapter Muharram. 

      Amazing, very genuine, the details brought tears to my eyes. 

      Keep writing, keep your focus. We need these sort of writings come from our very own. Jazkallah. 

      Waiting for it to be on the shelves InshaAllah. 

    2. 3wliya_maryam


      aww thank you so much this made my day.

      fee amanillah

  7. Well then I suggest you keep reading. Or perhaps check your sources.
  8. Salam, Haven't posted a thread in a while, but I thought of opening up a topic related to gratitude. What are some of the things that you're truly greatful for? And how do you practice gratitude, from an islamic pov? Feel free to share some narrations on gratitude. fee amanillah
  9. The marajaa example you gave is a terrible point to prove your claim. The Ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) had knowledge of everything, there is nothing they didn't know about because they had ilm al ghayb. The Imams (عليه السلام) spoke about the dangers of homosexuality and being a major sign that the Day of Judgement is near, but of course you will decide to disprove it along with the rest of the authentic narrations from the Imams (عليه السلام) because of your heroic stance for LGBTQ, and that the previous century was supposedly "Ignorant", in other words, its almost like saying the words of the Ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) during those times were also a part of that ignorance, simply because they did not know much about homosexuals. Shame on you.
  10. Don't do this, as it will portray Islam in a negative light. Remain against their practices within your heart. Rasullulah (sawas) states that are three ways a person can respond to wrong, either verbally, non verbally, or in the heart. I forgot exactly how the narration goes but thats the jist of it. All I have to say to this is , what the heck?
  11. There are sunni sources that specifically say that Rasullulah (sawas) appointed Imam Ali (عليه السلام) as his successor, not just the event at Ghadir Khum, period. Go look at the story about when the verse of "warn thy kin" was revealed and he specifically said Imam Ali (عليه السلام) shall be my successor. But many of you continue to beat around the bush.
  12. In some cases yes, and in most cases no. i dont know where you live or what you've seen.
  13. No, women have become more "chaotic" because most men don't fulfil their role nowadays hence it drives women to act in this manner. I wouldn't use the word chaotic though. First you say this And then you contradict yourself by saying they are few: The issue lies within our communities that don't know how to raise their sons to be proper men. And instead shift the blame onto women saying they are "destroyer of families."
  14. I dont really understand what this means. Could you elaborate. Everyone's answers here are fairly balanced. But I believe that not only Sheikh Azhar, but Sayyed Jawad Qazwini, Sayyed Hussain Makke and the likes are the type of scholars we need in this generation.
  15. Couldn't agree more. I understand your pov, even though Islam says that the man should be the provider and the women takes on the motherly role, unfortunately in this day and age either they become too toxic about it like you just stated or they're useless and do not fulfil their role at all. I still liked the sheikh's pov on how men are the reason why they are driving women to be more dominant, because men often like to blame the feminist movement.
  16. Salam sister, Please try not to worry. its normal to feel nervous at your wedding day, and i highly doubt your istikhara was even valid because of your OCD. Deep down you want to be married to this guy and see a future with him, ignore those doubts and thoughts because they are not real. fee amanillah and i wish you all the best.
  17. very normal, i can somewhat relate to it when i was your age my biggest wish was literally to get married. Now I'm so happy that I got out of that mentality. Theres nothing wrong with wanting to get married but once you step into the real world you will realise why a lot of people nowadays despise getting married. Our communities/societies made it an ugly thing. Also im not trying to scare you sister, im just portraying the reality.
  18. I don't see the difference between doing a mutah vs getting engaged; they both don't have physical contact and its both where you can get to know eachother (im confused that no physical contact is a condition in mutah so idk what type of mutah youre referring to). I'm not the best one to give advice, but perhaps extend the engagement period? Some spouses stay engaged over a year or even close to 2 years. That way you can get to know her on a more deeper and personal level. Maybe discuss with her that option. Stuff like this requires a lot of time because its a life time commitment. And keep in mind that normally after marriage you may find out other things about your spouse that you may like or dislike.
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