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2Timeless

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2Timeless last won the day on December 2 2018

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  1. Why shouldnt it be necessary? People across social media tried to take back the donations they made on the gofundme page created in Aya's name after they found out she was Shia. It's the result of the lack of unity which gives rise to ignorance that caused people to think like that.
  2. @Northwest you really can’t summarise your spiritual journey in a series of bullet points. You also don’t need anyone to adopt you to 'reprogram' you. You don’t need reprogramming, you just need to evolve and better yourself, and that needs to come from within yourself not anyone else.
  3. @YaAliMadad110786 have you ever considered that your parents are just worried about you? I understand how annoying and horrible it can be, I have overprotective parents too. But as I've matured, ive realised the reason why my mum waited until I was with my friends or waited for a text from me to confirm I was with them, wasnt because she was afraid I was with a guy, but because she was afraid that someone might do something to me. Parents, especially mothers, worry alot. If they want to make sure you're with your friends until they leave you, chances are they just want to make sure you're not alone because alot of horrible things can happen to you when you are alone, even in public. You think if they honestly thought you were meeting up with a guy theyd just wait till they see you with your friend? They don’t know that you could easily meet up with a guy after they see you with a girl and leave? Imo they're just worried and too over protective, like many Muslim parents. I'm not saying the way they treat you is great, but you need to rationalise it. If they really don’t trust you, there must be a reason. Otherwise, it's just fear and worry for your safety.
  4. LOL that literally makes no sense. Just because they had no choice and were infallible, it doesn't mean we shouldn't look up to them and their morals. By your logic, I shouldn't feel too bad if I missed two prayers today, because even if Imam Ali (عليه السلام) never missed a prayer, he had no choice, so I shouldn't follow his example. The infallible were sent so we could learn from them. Not so we could sit down and moan that they had no choice and we can never have the same morals and lifestyle as them. God would never place a burden on a person if they can’t bear it. Like I said, it's about time men 'man up' and practice more self-restraint and stop crying every two seconds when an attractive girl walks by.
  5. Also, to those who keep promoting and preaching a 'no strings attached' kind of mutah, you do realise even the Western people who partake in such relationships agree that they're very messy and 9 times out of 10 someone will end up catching feelings, right? You all sit here on a high pedestal cursing Western people who have haram relationships and become intimate with 30 odd people in their lifetimes. But what exactly are you promoting? The exact same thing. Except, what you're promoting is most likely worse since it involves a 'dowry'/payment for the relationship. The only thing that seems to make it better in your minds is some utterance that supposedly halalifies the whole relationship within a second. Before you go around preaching, ask yourself, "will I promote this to my daughter/sister/cousin, or become great friends with a guy who offers her payment in exchange of a night or two with her?" Ask yourself, would the Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) have approved of such low standards for his own daughter? Would have any of the Ahlul Bayt? If you want your daughters/sisters/cousins to behave like a lady of Fatima (عليه السلام) then treat her as such. Treat women with respect and they'll behave respectfully. Blasting such disgusting things all over the internet has way deeper repercussions than just someone opposing you. You may have a hand in making a young, impressionable girl believe she is a toy thing that should just sell herself over for a night with a guy. You could be the reason for the 'honour killings' (totally unjustified) that result of that. ^This is all with regards to having a 'no strings attached' mutah.
  6. Yourself and many other users have already given your valuable input with regards to mutah and how to avoid it etc etc. I think you can put an end to your noble preaching now. I was born and raised, and currently live in the west. Neither myself or any person I know has ever wanted to seriously do a mutah for the reasons you're preaching. It's not that big of a deal. Men need to go back to being men and not fragile little weaklings who can’t have an ounce of self restraint. most men already do, but it seems the men on ShiaChat need help.
  7. Would you let your daughter/mother/ sister do that? Would you marry a woman who's done that before? Before you go around labelling people as 'munafiqeen' take a look in the mirror. Women, and even men, deserve more respect than that. If that's the only way a person can get a relationship maybe think twice about the kind of person one is. Also, for those users continuously and obsessively posting about mutah, you're never going to be able to recruit a woman/make her give in. Give up for crying out loud! There's more to life than that.
  8. What is he? A dog? To the OP: You realise this man with a "horrible father" has had to live his whole life before you, right? He's managed to live his life without any convictions you know of, and without a crazy scandal in your oh-so-loving community. To marry a man who's turned out great, knowing he had a horrible father, is a great privilege. A man like that wouldve developed into a good human whilst still having a horrible role model his whole life. Now I don’t know if hes a good man, but you need to not be snobby enough to actually turn him down just because of a person he had no control over. You should give him the chance you would give to any man asking for your hand, just as youd want any man to look past your insecurities and allow you a chance to prove yourself. If you get to know him and there are red flags, move on, simple. If not, you'll realise how wrong you were to judge him like that. Treat others the way you want to be treated. Don't judge someone without even giving them the chance of showing you who they are.
  9. Forget Yasir Habib for a second. Calling a whole group of followers a cult (Shirazi followers) and degrading them a thousand ways all over this site is allowed? If you want members to stop claiming that mods arent doing their jobs you should express clearly that cursing ANY Ayatollah (whether its shirazi, Khomeini or Sistani) is prohibited, and referring to any Shia as a cult simply because of their ayatollah is outright wrong.
  10. It's not humiliation if theyve earned it.
  11. People have tried reporting before and no obvious action has been taken.
  12. Ever considered that this is because ShiaChat has become so male dominated? What was the last post made by a woman? I guarantee you it has more substance than the oh-so-important threads created by the men.
  13. Do you have nothing better to do other than come up with a dead username and produce not even a half decent and half adequate post? Hopefully one day you'll find something better to do. Also, very weird choice for a username. What does the 313 stand for? Theres 313 of you who are going to slay us? Find a more unique narrative please.
  14. Why did you want to marry him in the first place? If you can’t answer that question with certainty or passion, then imo you're not gaining much from this marriage. I am not talking about the materialistic gain because that can he substituted, but if you feel that you make no gain emotionally or mentally then what's the point?
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