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  1. I am curious to know what is opinion of our scholars and the legislation in regards to medical Marijuana! I am not talking about smoking for fun or getting high which we know it is Haram, but pills for chronic diseases instead since it is been known as more effective and way healthier than the medications that we take. Here are some of the known/proven benefits : Anxiety Cancer/Chemotherapy Chronic Pain Crohn’s Disease/IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) Depression Glaucoma Hepatitis C HIV/AIDS Lou Gehrig’s Disease/ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Parkinson’s Disease (including Early-Onset) PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) Rheumatoid Arthritis So the question here if the pills does not make you high, wouldn't be more logical to take something healthier than supporting those medical sharks that trying to kill us in different ways!
  2. You still find SOME Iraqis Shia and none shia prefers Israelis/Saudi instead of IRAN, We living in a hypocritical world that you cannot even trust your own people! Best Example is Haider Ebadi.
  3. Marriage issues needs patience, It takes time for both wife and husband to get in harmony if they were from different culture, If you both love each other and fear Allah and wants to fix these issues it can be done. Sit together every night and talk about whats hurting you and hurting her, Ian sure neither you or wife are happy to see your kids gets raised by different man or mom. Regarding the Hejab and Islamic schools, it is very important to take your time explaining the importance of it. eventually she will change. Salat Aliel is your key
  4. The message of Ahlu Albeit (as) was spread everywhere because they never put boundaries for culture,color or ethnicity . The most important is the religion and the morals. if he got these two , it is haram for your family to stop this marriage. We are followers of the prophet Mohamed and his household (The message of Allah) not our traditions.
  5. We cannot judge your mom that fast based on what you wrote but one day you will be a mom and you might think the same, but just remember these thing: - What you think is good husband your mom might see it differently, Parents always think far ahead about their kids, i do not think anyone is against their kids happiness. - If you think he is good, polite and respectful person and your mom still denying him, the best way to talk to Sheikh and Sayyed and get him involved because at the end it is your choice. I do not know how old are you but if you still young that could be why, we are mostly driven by our emotions and feelings which our families sees it differently. Our religion encourages the early marriage and if you find the person who is religious, respectful and polite go for it. your family will have no reason to say No. But if you are in age that you can make your own decision and if you find a good person you think he can provide the spiritual and physical support, you can go for it even if your mom says No. she will eventually accept it Pray to Allah about it, he will make it simple
  6. You need to fill up your time so with activities or something, There is no excuse to say i cannot stop, you need to ask yourself a question do I please Satan and harm myself or Please Allah and stay healthy. Everyone of us faced this issue but it is always depends on us to take the move, listen to the lectures that talks about the harmful of masturbation, this can help you reason before doing it. If you can marry go for it. spending long time alone brings bad thoughts.Keep yourself busy
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