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  1. Made up or not, if directly or indirectly we can bring some good to people in need. I don't think there is anything wrong in it.
  2. Alsalam alaikum This thread is quite shocking to me. I grew up thinking and believing that sacrificing animals on Eid ul Adha has so much sawaab (reward). In my belief its obligatory to sacrifice if you have the means to do so. If you can afford it. And its important and rewardful because when we give sacrifice we divide the meat in 3 parts. 1 for ourselves. 1 for relatives and 1 for the needy people. So that people who don't get to eat meat throughout the year can get it on this occasion. Had God not made it obligatory, i don't think people would do it. What i have been told
  3. W salam I think seeking knowledge is very good, even though it depends on what kind of knowledge you are seeking, what you learn... What are the surroundings... What difference it brings in you as a human being... What you plan to do with your studies... Does it make you Humble or Arrogant... That is very big point because many people seek knowledge just for worldly things. The more they know the more they think about themselves. The bigger they feel to be. But the reward i think starts with What you actually do with all the knowledge you have accumulated in your life. The good you
  4. Wsalam I don't really see how it can be shirk or even just wrong. The aim is to connect to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)... And you have found your own way. Which is good. I see no harm in writing to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى).
  5. Alsalam Alaikum Do you mind me asking how old are you? It's weird but your post gave me strength and hope. I am kind of in the same situation as yourself. I don't want to put everything out but maybe it could help your mind to know that you are not alone and that their is still hope as long as you are alive...as they say only the death doesn't have a cure. Anyway coming back to your struggles you don't have to be perfect... Or you don't have to perform anything with perfection. I heard somewhere that people sometimes get passed even for attending... So just keep gi
  6. I come from a Sunni family, i am Shia now... And have always been told that the finger pointing during prayer was to point out that God is one. Not to point where God is... But His Oneness.
  7. W. Salam Read Ziyarah of Ashura for 40 days it brings miracles. Inshallah And don't you have any common friend? Try to talk to your husband through his social media accounts... Or create a fake account, try calling him from a different number. You seem so hopeful to mend your relationship. Inshallah he will come around as well. It is very sad what his family is doing. Now a days people are very religious but yet not afraid of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى)... Lack of fear of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) makes people do horrible things... And they don't even realize they a
  8. @rkazmi33 i understand what you mean. I don't have friends. I've got my family though. . Alhamdullillah and thats all. I've got no social life... And its awkward. Who doesn't have friends, right?? Anyway i've suffered alot about wanting to know more people,making good friends, having good relationships, being normal...mending broken relationships.. Connecting with extended family members.. Cousins.. A whole lot of relations are missing from my life. Someone told me that the more you grow up the harder it is to connect and trust people. And that is so true. And Ima
  9. Alsalam Alaikum, You can not pray for someone who is alive. And if you are feeling guilty than don't worry Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) will forgive you Inshallah. No soul can take the burden of another. You just try and convince your friend to do his Qadaa.... But thats all you can do. You said you didn't know whatever it was. So you didn't do it on purpose. Or donate some money if you have any. Giving charity always helps with everything.
  10. I need a civil and an islamic divorce. My marriage is registered and to get divorce i need both divorces. My family is Sunni and i could get a shiaria law divorce but will still need to get civil one. It was an arrange marriage, my husband has mental health issues. I only got to know him after we started talking after our nikah... So it can not work. Even now its been so many years we haven't talked but he doesn't care... His parents are doing everything.. Or rather nothing. They have made it an ego issue. It's all messed up. And i have read some articles on pk websites that if i ha
  11. Alsalam alaikum I need to know if a woman who has right to divorce her husband on Nikah Nama, can get divorce without going to court? I am despairing... I have no one who can help me.. Patience has become very very hard.. Being patient since 3 years. But keep doing so to not make my father mad/angry at me. I have separated from my husband from 3 years but they refuse to divorce. My father doesn't want to go to court because i was married to my cousin and its family so... And plus he thinks it takes years and years to get divorce in Pakistan and my husbands father is a lawyer h
  12. Alsalam alaikum I really wish well and health to everyone who claims to have the coronavirus... Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) knows if they are lying or telling the truth. I am just using common sense, not blaming anyone but I find it really really weird that all the famous people who claim to have tested positive get well eventually. Like all of them. It's not like I want them to die but this is a killer virus... And healthy young people have died of it. But from Canadian prime minister's wife to Tom Hanks and his wife... They are fine now...so..uk health minister Nadine D
  13. Pirs and people who have analysed our situation say that its jinn possession... Bandish and black magic. But I refuse to go that far. From what I have experienced and are still going through its a very strong and bad evil eye... I think. Because I haven't yet encountered a very reliable sheikh or Pir. It could be that some relatives did black magic which turned into jinn possession if it makes sense. Anyway this evil eye takes good things away.. But things are going a bit better since I became Shia. But still for the long run there isn't much difference. So if you know any sheikh or you yourse
  14. Just tell him that Imam Hassan A. S. and Imam Hussain A. S. are the leader of paradise so he should think better before talking. Even Umar and Abu Bakr can not enter paradise without their permission. Also arguing with some people is like banging your head against the wall....because they are blindfolded by what they believe in. Also everyone eventually is going to die... Just tell him to wait and watch... Once he dies he will get to know the truth about everything and everyone 's value and status. Its not your fault if he' s got a hate page insulting Shia faith. Don't feel guilty a
  15. I pray that your friends gets free fromall these evil things Inshallah. My family is going through same issues. Is there a way to break away from evil eye? Do we need Sheikhs or Peers to do that as well or are there any kind of prayers or duas to do that. People who put evil eye probably want us to die and are sworn enemies so can't reach them to take back the evil eye.
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