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hassansaggaf

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  1. @Ashvazdanghe questions that I really wanna ask but is kind of off topic is; 1. Why do most Iranian women barely cover their hair (or are they forced to cover their head by the gov so maybe that's why just do it for the sake of escaping actions taken by the gov to enforce hijab)? 2. Are the majority of muslims in Iran not actually practicing Muslims? 3. Why are the Iranians who leave Iran are almost certainly liberal or non-practicing Muslims?
  2. Brother @Ashvazdanghe calm down, I in no way hate the Iranian gov. I am just trying to find out what is happening. Rather than just saying this or that as proof that Iranian gov is being just maybe you should share some evidence. If you don't mind I have a few questions; 1. Is it true that the Iranian gov kills/killed other shia ulama that are opposing Wilayatul Faqih of Iran in order to silence them? 2. Since when does Islam allow the killing of other people just to maintain political power, this is not the teachings of our Imams (عليه السلام) these are the actions of a tyrant.
  3. Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guardianship_of_the_Islamic_Jurist @Ashvazdanghe @OrthodoxTruth @AkhiraisReal How can Iran be claiming to controlled by wilayatul faqih but at the same time be committing these atrocities against SHIA ULAMA? Is this really for the sake of Islam or for the sake of maintaining and gaining political power?
  4. @Ashvazdanghe can you share the media/info regarding the accident from news sources that aren't anti-Iran, since every article that other people share seems to be anti-Iran, so much so that you are calling me a zombie that spreads anti-Iran propaganda. I'm sorry if you feel attacked, but for me religion isn't supposed to be influenced by sentimental issues such as country or race.
  5. @Ashvazdanghe Pardon me? I'm sorry I didn't mean to offend you, but I am asking a legitimate question, not at all trying to call Iranians this or that. Perhaps this is what @OrthodoxTruth meant when he said Iranians are ultranationalists.
  6. @Ashvazdanghe I'm not sure whether I can trust the site you have given, I'm not denying the that there is a lot of useful/credible information. But the article regarding Pres. Rouhani calling the Afghan President isn't very informative about the drowning issue that happened literally a few days ago. I have always been a follower of Wilayatul Faqih under the leadership of Rahbar (Ayt. Sayyid Khamenai) but now I am in doubt.
  7. isn't it a bit hypocritical of Iran to be criticising the USA in the midst of the BLM protests while they themselves are violating human rights by allegedly killing Afghans? 1. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-afghanistan-iran-migrants-exclusive/exclusive-afghan-lawmakers-say-45-migrants-drowned-after-iranian-guards-forced-them-into-river-idUSKBN22J26U 2. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/05/iran-forces-accused-drowning-afghans-pandemic-200503144241565.html 3. https://www.rferl.org/a/iranian-border-guards-accused-of-torturing-drowning-afghan-migrants/30595702.html
  8. Salam alaykum, fellow Malaysian here
  9. Shia majalis getting assaulted by government officials
  10. @Merchant110 In Malaysia being a Shia is not that easy. You have to do taqiyyah pretty much everywhere (praying with open hands is fine but people still look at you as it is weird and unusual for them) but never use a turbah in public, people would film you from and it will go viral on youtube, I am not joking, . If you live in Kuala Lumpur there will be a few Shia centers but most of them are private and are always changing (house to house) due to the religious authorities that are constantly trying to "assault" Shia majalis ESPECIALLY during ashura. Living costs in Malaysia is quite cheap w
  11. if it was an accident it should be alright. Just like accidentally eating during Ramadan. You should try your best though. Correct me if I am wrong.
  12. @Ashvazdanghe the situation is better than last time as far as I know. Last time people were caught and arrested for being shias, I still remember about 2 years ago a Shia was transporting some Shia related books he was arrested and was fined around 500USD for each book (there was a lot of books). Since the old government was replaced, many wahabis/salafis are panicking and start spreading awareness about the 'dangers' of shia in social media/lectures/schools. They come up with ridiculous conspiracies like Iran killing Sunnis = WW3 or some other stupid stuff, and its really poisoning the mind
  13. It's about time he got arrested. Malaysian's are fed up of his corruption, just imagine his wife's belongings (jewelry, handbags) were valued at 271 Million USD (1.1Billion RM) and the great news is the new Malaysian Ministry of Defense just stopped the M'sian army from helping Saudi Arabia destroying Yemen http://alwaght.com/en/News/135104/Hezbollah-Leader-Hails-Malaysia-for-Abandoning-Saudi-Led-Military-Coalition Alhamdulillah
  14. From what I know if it was done accidentally there is no problem and it is valid.
  15. How many times can head be wiped? Can we niyyah the wipe to be one time (or two) but do it multiple times to make sure water reached the head? (like washing arms/hands)
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