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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. I use melatonin benadril and perscription anxiety meds to sleep they don't don't work any more and didn't work well to begin with. also I'm on a generic to prozac that makes sleep more difficult
  2. I have circadian rhythm disorder which means that my natural sleeping pattern is off set several hours making 10pm to about 3am the best part of my day. Im sleeping threw sometimes most of my salat periods. I've been told the best way to deal with it is to offset my work schedule to match basically work nights and sleep in the day without trying to treat the problem because there isn't really effective treatment for the disorder. The times for salat are preset I can't change that. I'm curious if anyone has any suggestions about how not to miss salat when you almost nocturnal. I really need to
  3. I told them at least it the ceremony would have to not indicate any faith weather Christian or Muslim and I didn't know if I could marry non Muslims
  4. I was ask to officiate a non-religious or a Christian style wedding. I said probably no. There is a way to do this that requires getting a generic ordination online. the ulc church ordains anyone of any faith including Muslims. can I preform a wedding for non Muslims without breaking any rules? ordination is required in the country I live in to preform a legal marriage or you have to be a justice of the peace (judge).
  5. I'm asking about the guy that leads prayers and gives sermons. I know that there are ways to become ordained online in the us but how does one traditionally become an Imam according to sharia law. what kind of education and rituals are required if any according to conservative Islam.
  6. If someone doesent read the word of Allah how else might they come to know him? 

    1. yusuf44a


      They can be taught by an Imam or Muslims. In Christianity at one point catholic mass was entirely in latin witch most people didn't speak and the only people allowed to read or handle the bible where priest. people were converted to Christianity while not being allowed to personally read the bible. You can do the same thing with Islam. They are allowed to read it in there own language as long as there not handling an Arabic Qur'an they can still read it.

  7. I've heard they can where gloves to be respectful but I'm not sure if its true. mabey translation in a regional dialect or modern standard Arabic would be permissible I'm not sure though
  8. It's the Arabic there not allowed to touch. Most non-Muslims as well as non-Arab Muslims and reverts like me don't speak Arabic so you can give them a translated copy without the Arabic
  9. I have a Qur'an written in Arabic, with the english translation and transliteration written on separate pages in the same book. can I let a non Muslim touch it. Are there different rules for a Qur'an with translation than than one written solely in Arabic?
  10. free will allows others decisions to negatively affect you. sometimes God allows you to be tested witch isn't exactly comfortable or fun. also evil exist and does attack you when it can.
  11. they're a sect for people of black African descent
  12. sometimes people don't understand the difference between race and faith they think muslims are a race rather than a religious community.
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