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7ssein

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  1. I wouldn't consider Al Khasibi's doctrine pure... I'm all for Alawis returning to regular Shia Islam, and I know many already have hence scholars saying they are Muslims, but let's not pretend Al Khasibi had a pure doctrine lol (pictures didn't upload in correct order, sorry, just use the page numbers)
  2. Yet the garment of Godwariness—that is better. That is [one] of Allah’s signs, so that they may take admonition. Here the verse makes a transition from physical garments to a spiritual garment. The former cover the body parts that would make one ashamed if they are revealed. Similarly, the later covers inner defects that would make one ashamed if they are revealed. These defects include polytheism and all other sins. This spiritual garment is Godwariness, which is God’s advice and command to us. The psychological pain and humiliation that one suffers due to a disclosure of any defect—whether
  3. Some more places to find Shia reciters: Here's an Iranian channel (has Sunni reciters too, but many many Shia reciters): https://youtube.com/channel/UCFpNUuAOgR2m5ph4wWVWmEw Here's a Lebanese channel (to my knowledge all the reciters here are Shia): https://youtube.com/c/forqanchannel Here's a playlist (the last few minutes of each video is a recitation, assuming the episode is focussed about a guy who is a reciter, just look for the word القارئ in the title or try random videos and see, whereas the episodes focussed around girls won't have):
  4. You have Amer Al Kadhimi, Sheikh Maytham Al Tammar, Ahmed Al Dabbagh, Shahryar Parhizgar, Qassem Redhei'i, Jawad Banohi Tusi, Mahdi Siaf Zadeh, Mustafa Al Sarraf, Muhammad Ali Dehdeshti, Mohammad Hossein Sa'eediyan, 'Abdul Kabeer Haidari, Kareem Mansouri, Usama Al Karbala'i, 'Adel Al Karbala'i, Sayyed Haidar Al Ghalibi, Mohammad Reza Pourzargari, Mu'taz Agha'i, Hamed Shakernejad, Muhammad Jawad Hosseini, Seyyed Jafar Fadlullah has a nice voice but doesn't recite much, Mustafa Shqeir... And list goes on and on. We have many great great reciters, and we should put more effort into sharing t
  5. Dang Welcome to Shiachat bro, I hope you'll learn a ton while you're here
  6. I apologise for adding the word "some," it was not my intention to change any words, and it was not a direct quote. I will refrain from responding anymore as this will get us nowhere. Wa asSalaam
  7. AsSalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatu Thank you for the sources. It does say there will be some scholars who work for prestige/wealth, but for all we know these could be regular scholars and not maraje' at all, it doesn't specify, so we shouldn't accuse anyone of anything. As for me providing proof, again, I follow Islam. I am not making the accusations, you are. In Islam, to accuse someone, you must have proof, but if you don't have, you are required to assume good of people (حسن الظن is an extensive topic with many many proofs, I only mentioned a few above). Therefore, I as
  8. I still have not seen the witnesses required to accuse someone of something bad. Having no accountability ≠ not doing good, you're going to have to prove that this means they are mishandling, and that there's no chance they are handling the money properly. I am not hiding any actions, simply saying we cannot accuse anyone of anything, especially Muslim brothers, without any solid proof. As for all the hadiths you mention, please source them. You also do not know what intentions of the students studying to become scholars are, and I would shy away before claiming anyone is study
  9. السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته Actually what you are doing yourself is not Islam. Accusing a believer of something without proof is a huge sin, so watch what you say. Surah AnNur (Surah 24) إِنَّ الَّذِينَ جَاءُوا بِالْإِفْكِ عُصْبَةٌ مِنْكُمْ ۚ لَا تَحْسَبُوهُ شَرًّا لَكُمْ ۖ بَلْ هُوَ خَيْرٌ لَكُمْ ۚ لِكُلِّ امْرِئٍ مِنْهُمْ مَا اكْتَسَبَ مِنَ الْإِثْمِ ۚ وَالَّذِي تَوَلَّىٰ كِبْرَهُ مِنْهُمْ لَهُ عَذَابٌ عَظِيمٌ {11} [Yusufali 24:11] Those who brought forward the lie are a body among yourselves: think it not to be an evil to you; On the contrary it is good for you: to
  10. I have sent a Hadith where the Imam himself speaks about it, whether the Hadith is authentic or not is another story, but the concept does exist in our books. He is extremely controversial yes (https://www.al-khoei.us/books/?id=7839) but my point was to show that this salaams to angels idea exists in our books as well, so we shouldn't be so quick to say things. I am unsure if there are other narrations mentioning anything similar.
  11. حدثنا علي بن أحمد بن محمد رضي الله عنه قال: حدثنا محمد بن أبي عبد الله الأسدي الكوفي قال: حدثنا محمد بن إسماعيل البرمكي عن علي بن ابن العباس قال: حدثنا القاسم بن الربيع الصحاف عن محمد بن سنان عن المفضل ابن عمر قال: سألت أبا عبد الله (ع) عن العلة التي من أجلها وجب التسليم في الصلاة قال لأنه تحليل الصلاة قلت فلأي علة يسلم على اليمين ولا يسلم على اليسار قال لان الملك الموكل الذي يكتب الحسنات على اليمين والذي يكتب السيئات على اليسار والصلاة حسنات ليس فيها سيئات فلهذا يسلم على اليمين دون اليسار http://shiaonlinelibrary.com/الكتب/1141_علل-الشرائع-الشيخ-الصدوق-ج-٢/الصفحة_49 Actually
  12. As for proof, of we look at how deen is used in the Quran, we see a few different meanings: Penalty: e.g. "[Allah is] the King of the day of the deen" (penalty) (1:4) Obedience: e.g. "And to Him belongs the enduring deen" (endurance) (16:52) It's also mentioned in Ahadith that "knowledge is a deen that you live your life by" And much more Source: https://www.islam4u.com/ar/almojib/ما-معنى-الدين-،-و-ما-المقصود-به-في-المصطلح-الإسلامي-؟#footnoteref4_jmljlk5
  13. The "deen" to refer to Islam, if that is what you mean, is found in the Quran many many times: https://www.almaany.com/quran-b/الدين/ As for the linguistic origins, the root verb would be daan (دان) which can mean anything from following someone to how you treat someone (e.g. there's a saying that says كما تدين تدان meaning literally "you'll be treated how you treat others"/what goes around comes around/etc)
  14. Working on a new update, have absolutely no idea why it would do that though. Also you can add offsets to prayer times and change calculation methods (it doesn't work if you have a bottom app bar, this'll be fixed in text update too inshallah). https://streamable.com/zh47qe
  15. Calm down man, stop with the all caps and the aggressive tone and maybe someone will try and help.
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