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Revert1963

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  1. Suppose Salman Rushdi had been killed by some one acting on the Fatwas of Khomaini. Would he have become a Shahid and gone to paradise? And where would the assassin have gone?
  2. Sura 47. Muhammad: Aya 1. Allah has destroyed the deeds of those who disbelieved and prevented from Allah’s way. Aya 2. And those who accepted faith and did good deeds and believed in what has been sent down upon Mohammed (peace and blessings be upon him) – and that is the truth from their Lord – Allah has relieved them of some of their evils and refined their condition. Aya 3. This is because the disbelievers followed falsehood and the believers followed the Truth which is from their Lord; this is how Allah illustrates the examples of people to them. Aya 4. So when you confr
  3. Was Khomainis life ever in danger during that incident? I think that most people would say that it was Salman Rushdi who was in danger of sacrificing everything even his life for freedom of speech. Just like the french school teacher. The only thing Khomainy sacrificed was the reputation of him self, Iran, The Islamic revolution, Islam, Muslims and even the reputation of the prophet(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). As a matter of fact he did this before the takfiris. How do you suppose I defend this in an internet discussion?
  4. I came to this tread in order to find arguments in support of Imam Khomaini in an internet discussion, but I was not able to find any. to keep you muslim. It does a lousy job at that. No matter what reason Rushdi might have had for writing what he did it does not justify wanting him killed. That fatwa makes it difficult to defend Islam and Khomaini. It figuratively cuts my tongue out. The only think that Fatwa has done is to deliver arguments against Iran, Muslims and Islam. It makes me sad.
  5. As far as I know there are many foreigners living in Iran. A large number is refugees from Afghanistan. Often these Afghans work as unskilled laborers at low wages. There is also a large number of foreign howza-e-students (sorry I just had to put that euphonic ye in there ) When I visited Iran some people spoke to me in Persian because the thought I was a Howsa student because I dressed more religious than the average tourist. People can study howsa for many years. I some cases the Iranian government would also consider western emigrants as assets such as sister Marzieh Hashemi from the US
  6. Questioning is a good thing because that will lead to knowledge. Next time she questions some Islamic rules and regulations, then ask her why she think that almost every sura in the Quran begins with bismillah ir rahman ir rahim? Tell her that neither you nor your parent nor any other Muslim has all the answers. Only ONE has all the answers. Tell her to seek them there.
  7. What is that suppose to help? Did God tell her to disown her children? ..or is it what other people might say? And why should you? What ever sins she may or may not commit is her sins. Not yours or your mothers. It is not haram to be Gay. It is only haram to act op on it. As long as you have not seen it happen you don't know. Spying on your sister is haram and backbiting her is. If other people talk without knowing if it is true or not it is backbiting. And what are they going to do? place a camera in her bedroom? That is haram to. There is no compulsion in religion. Neither y
  8. Jinns can not hurt you unless they have permission from Allah. Getting closer to Allah is the remedy. So pray, make dua and recite the 4 quls like 313_Waiter mention. Pray to Allah to send you a guardian angle might also be useful. Most important is to put your trust in Allah that he will not let anything bad happen to you.
  9. One of the "the early Muslims" (at least relative to now) was called Yazid. (the second Umayyad Caliph) now what level of observance was he in? It is a myth that the early Muslims was better that the ones who live to day unless you by early Muslims mean people such as Ali ibn Abu Talib(عليه السلام) and Fatima Zarah bint Mohammad(عليه السلام)
  10. Nah, then Muslims would have had a much stronger identity in India. Muslims had a strong present in India before the British and coexisted with Hindus and Sikhs.
  11. The traumatic partition of India into India and Pakistan is a British divide and rule strategy.
  12. The combination of poor social conditions and Islamophobia creates radicalization. You don't fix the problem by banning particular pieces of garment. You can only fix it by addressing the poor social conditions and the fear and ignorance that lead to Islamophobia.
  13. Who was Umar married to? two women from the bani Umayyah. Who was it that placed abi Sufyans children in positions of power? I think he was called Uthman, wasn't he? I might toss in an excuse for abu Bakr. He was a person that was easily swayed as in the case of Fadak where he at first admitted that the prophet(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) gave the land to his daughter Fatima Zarah(عليه السلام) but as soon as Umar heard of that he put an end to that. Abu Bakr was pretty much under the influence of Umar. How did Umar convert? was he sincere in his heart? well He was in with the abi Sufyan lot a
  14. Who are those "revered Companions?" Abi Sufyan? Muawiya? Yazid?
  15. Try the Chinese company www.wish.com They are cheep and among a lot of other things they sell Muslim clothe for booth men and women. You would have to order a couple of sizes bigger than you normally would because it is Chinese sizes. I have bought several abayas chimars and hijabs there. Even prayer clothe. They of cause have a larger collection in womens clothe, but they also have a surprisingly large collection of mens clothe. Kurti's, kaftan's and kufi's. They even have jewelry with Islamic motifs. I don't know if they ship to the US though. I live in Europe.
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