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Quran313

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  1. We should not worry about this at all. First of all, a Muslim girl doesnt let a stranger who she doesnt know take pic from her. We really should not even consider it.
  2. Oh man, he needs A LOT of things. A brain, neurons, the power of logic, morale, etc. What else do you want to put in an empty head?
  3. I got scholarship to study in US, so it was a good opportunity to move to US. After coming here, I liked the technology and engineering environment, so I decided to be here as of now. I really like my country and I still thinking of going back there. There's nothing wrong with moving to a Muslim country. Actually I recommend it to Shia Muslims born and raised in west to go to Iran and live there for few months. It's a good experience and would be beneficial not only in terms of religiosity, but also social maturity and life experience. BTW @Ashvazdanghe is Iranian too
  4. Salaam Alaykum Brother, I grew up in my lovely country, Iran. Good things are better access to religious sources, building deeper understanding of Wilayat, etc. You can work as an English Teacher in an institute, but I'm not sure how salary goes. You have problems first days for not being Farsi speaker, but it's not a big deal. My recommendation is travel to Iran for 1 or 2 months. Live there and see how you like it in terms of Job, religion, cost (pay attention that you get paid in Rial) etc. Also pay attention to visa status etc.
  5. Salaam Alaykum Brother, First get a job, no matter it pays good or not. Gradually get experience and apply for better jobs. Second, calm down and in the meanwhile search for wife. Try online, religious gatherings, every method you think of to find a good wife. Do NOT rely on your parents. Do everything yourself
  6. You just need to wash auricle, not the inside ear hole
  7. Salaam Alaykum Brother, You do not need to wash inside the ear. Plus, don't overthink on the validity of your ghusl. It's simple. Just wash your body in order, then come out.
  8. @WhyAlwaysMe Because you're awesome A simple Dhikr like استغفرالله ربی و اتوب الیه is good enough. The main goal of Istighfar is not doing the sin again in ACTIONS. Of course, saying Dhikr is good though and recommended to say. Do ذکر یونوسیه which is highly recommended by all Ulama. It's: لا اله الا انت سبحانک انی کنت من الظالمین
  9. Yes, you can make Dua without doing Tasbeeh Hazrat Zahra. Tasbeeh Hazrat Zahra is Mustahab but recommended not obligatory.
  10. Salaam Alaykum Brother, May Allah keep you in the path of Ahlulbait. Tasbeeh Hazrat Zahra is a recommended action after you are done with your pray. It is NOT obligatory. It's a good thing to do though. Your pray is still valid without doing Tasbeeh Hazrat Zahra.
  11. https://www.Sistani.org/english/qa/01239/ Sesrch more. You'll find other sources as well
  12. Anas ibn Malik reported: Some of the companions of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, asked the wives of the Prophet about deeds that he performed in private. Some said, “I will not marry women.” And some said, “I will not eat meat.” And some said, “I will never sleep in a bed.” The Prophet praised and glorified Allah, and he said, “What is the matter with some people who say this? I pray and I sleep, I fast and I break fasting, and I marry women. Whoever does not desire my Sunnah is not part of me.” Source: ṢaḥĪḥ Muslim 1401 Salaam Alaykum brother, I agree with the message of your post, but you should use Shiite sources. Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim are main Sunni books.
  13. I feel negativity in your comment. If I wear sunglasses, I see a dark shadow on everything around me. Once a person remove negativity and think logically, truth appears. You asked s question about how Islsm protects women more than bf/gf relationship. First, the only difference between Mutah and bf/gf is reciting a sentence between the two and the guy entitled to give gift to the girl and accept some responsibilities which are not in bf/gf relationship. Islam tells the guy that he HAS TO give the gift to her. Otherwise, he needs her consent to forgive the gift to him. If he avoid giving the gift, God never forgives the guy because it is حق الناس (means it's the girl's right to forgive or not, and God never forgives until the girl forgives him). This is the first respect that Islam has towards women. The second comes in pregnancy. In bf/gf relationship, the guy can get out of the picture if he gets the girl pregnant. That's why you see so many single mother and so many kids who don't know their father. I'm going to skip the abortion topic in bf/gf relationship. It's very long and lengthy. On the other hand, Islam says the guy is responsible to pay for clothe, food, education, and everything the kid needs even if the Mutah marriage is expired. Islam says the baby born in Mutah marriage MUST be treated exsctly as a baby born in permanent marriage. Read this part, THE GIRL SHOULD NOT PAY EVEN 1 CENT FOR THE KID. It's all man responsibility. To sum up, these are some reasons came into my mind that explsins why God used the word marriage for Mutah. He wanted to tell the guy, it's allowed but you have RESPONSIBILITY. Regarding marriage license, you never ask for license in bf/gf relationship. Why do you need it for Mutah? Plus, if Mutah went well, guy and girl can do permanent marriage and get the license just like gf/bf relationship. The license part you mentioned in your other post is not understandable.
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