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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Great post, brother. I’m from Pakistan too and I’ve gotten myself into trouble so many times over this whole SYED non syed issue. Forget marriage issue. Just today I saw this guy sharing a video clip where a non syed was literally told to leave the stage because apparently he was being disrespectful towards a syed.
  2. I truly hope and pray that your mum gets better. I can totally relate to what you’re going through because I’ve been through it too. If you ask me, stop *comparing* (for a lack of a good word) yourself to the Imams or The Prophets. That’ll just make it worse because usually what that does is make you feel even more guilty. I’m sorry but I’m not gonna tell you to look at karbala for lessons. That doesn’t work. Just be kind to yourself. You’re doing the best you can. Control the controllables and leave the rest to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). There is no reasonin
  3. Salam brother, I think that happens to pretty much everyone. The inability to control this bird of imagination. For namaz, what works for me is the inner dialogue I have with myself before starting namaz that I’m going to be talking to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) so that when I am reciting I’m not reciting surahs but making conversation. Meditation helps too? Focusing on your breathing, honing in to the different sensations taking place in your body. That also helps silence the nonstop chattering taking place in the mind. Allowing thoughts to come and go; basically becoming
  4. Really liking the new logo. I logged in a few days ago and it said علمدار and now it’s changed to علی - loving the new color scheme too. Makes me wanna visit the website again. Great stuff
  5. The institution of marriage in Pakistan is a complete gong show. Here’s a word of advice to anyone whose from Pakistan practicing joint family scene. Please move out because if you don’t; you’ll spend half your time pleasing your parents and the other half apologizing to your wife and more then likely it will end up in divorce. Apart from moving out and living in your own cave—I’d say that even if there are days you don’t find any reason to “love” your spouse, the least you can do is be respectful of each other. Most young people go into marriages thinking it will be just like the movies
  6. Since when did the zikr of AhlulBayt become sectarianism?! I’m just genuinely curious whether what Jalali said resonates with the entire sunni school of thought or not.
  7. Saddened to hear about the passing away of Allama Talib Jauhri. May Allah grant him the highest level of Jannat.
  8. I thought the Sunni Muslims believed that it isn’t up-to them to make this judgement call so they choose to remain neutral and leave it to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). I’ve heard a lot of them say the same about Muawiyah too. Something to do with making intellectual mistakes in ijtehad etc. I remember hearing Tahir ul Qadri sb saying something about this. But I haven’t heard anything about abu bakr being forgiven by Hazrat Fatima sa.
  9. If that’s the case then why does every sunni go on to love abu bakr? Who else is there apart from the deobands, the salafis, and the wahabis? Could you please name a few
  10. So what he said in very clear terms is basically the belief of every sunni muslim. Right?
  11. hasanhh what do you mean?
  12. starlight, The difference is that he’s just blatant about it because sunni folks do believe that it was abu bakr who reminded Janaab e Sayyeda which implies that معاذاللہ She was in the wrong and if that is the case then why is it so wrong for this man to say something which is in their school of thought? Why is everyone in such a shock?
  13. Alaikum Salam, Great seeing you again, starlight. Did you know about this from before? The social media is up in arms about this. I’m a little confused though. I’ve seen a few sunni aalims come out and speak against him but isn’t this what they believe in themselves?
  14. https://youtu.be/K3qDjL-Ibgg کیا آپ نے یہ وڈیو دیکھی ہے؟ اپنی رائے کا اظہار ضرور کریں۔
  15. I just finished reading a 2019 thread 9 pages long about reliability of the sermon of Fadak and learnt absolutely nothing except that they kept feeding the trolls.
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