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Logic1234

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  1. Assalam Alikum 

    About the e coli.  If a patient gets it multiple times a year, what can be done about it, to avoid it coming back?

  2. It implies that you think that you have the right to dispute with the "ulil amr" and you may hence disobey them. If that is the case, why there is the command to obey them? For instance, Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has made it clear to not obey parents if they command you to do shirk. (وَإِن جَاهَدَاكَ عَلَىٰ أَن تُشْرِكَ بِي مَا لَيْسَ لَكَ بِهِ عِلْمٌ فَلَا تُطِعْهُمَا), can you show us any such command of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for Ulil Amr which give the impression that anywhere we are allowed to dispute or disobey them? Where the word تَنَازَعْتُمْ showing the right of di
  3. This question reminds me hadith & manzilah. Were Prophet Musa (عليه السلام) & Haroon (عليه السلام) not the two leaders at the same time?
  4. When it comes to LOOKING an act of acting like animals. Its all about how we are looking at it. If I were to see someone acting like dog or lion, I would not say that he is acting like them, I would go forward and try to know which dog or lion he was pretending to be and would try to understand what is so special in that dog & that lion that this man has decided to act like him. Irrespective of his action, he would remain a human for me. I would try to figure out what message that human wants to deliver to other humans. So Shehbaz Qalander said " For a dog laying in the street of m
  5. Pardon me! But I am not defending anyone. I am just questioning the possible ways of looking an act.
  6. I don't know why you have skipped these questions? @Ali_Hussain
  7. Not said that. Please don't act like that. I have just asked you a logical question. It is not necessary that we understand things negatively like you are doing at the moment. I have not said that. And if you are so hasty in making conclusions just answer what was Prophet Suleman (عليه السلام) doing when he was "talking" to that bird? Perhaps you would lodge the same claim as he is acting like bird.
  8. By the way, biologically, we all act like animals, we eat, we drink, we sleep etc. We do all those things which animals do perhaps that's why we have warmly accepted ourselves as "haywan e natiq". The barking of dog is basically nothing more than his way to speak. Consider yourself in the court of Prophet Suleman (عليه السلام) for a while, where he was talking to a bird. What would be your reaction? Did he talked with bird in his own language or in the language of bird? How would you see his act of making noise like birds if he talked with him in the language of that bird? Would you say
  9. There is nothing wrong in following desires, if the desires are in line with what Master desires. As long as one is unaware of what his master desires, he can do whatever he think could please his master. And its up to master to either punish him (if he has done any thing wrong) or to reward him (if he acted rightly). Have you seen this post? Indeed I have seen on Shiachat threads where shias are debating on these matters and there is clear disagreement between them. Some of us go even more forward to declare that wearing black is disliked by Imams, some even try to prove fr
  10. I think these are the words of La'l Shehbaz Qalandar: "Haiderium Qalandram Mastam, Banda-e-Murtaza Ali Hastam, Peshwa-e-Tamaam Rindanam, Ke Sag-e Koo-e Sher-e Yazdanam!" Translation: "A Haidari, a Qalandar, a mystic drowned in devotion am I, Nothing more than a humble servant of Ali-e-Murtaza am I, And yet the foremost among all mystics am I, For a dog laying in the street of my lord Ali, am I."
  11. “Never play chess with a pigeon.

    The pigeon just knocks all the pieces over.

    Then [Edited Out]s all over the board.

    Then struts around like it won.”

  12. How can they even justify the selection made in saqifa after this verse?
  13. Please mind elaborating why Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) has said: إِمَّا شَاكِرًا وَإِمَّا كَفُورًا As per your ideology He has created man either a shakir or a kafir. So Abu Laheb has refused because God has created him as kafir and merely the act of rejecting the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) was performed by him.
  14. Yes, Allah has created you and what you're doing. Worshiping that which you yourself have made/carved. قَالَ أَتَعْبُدُونَ مَا تَنْحِتُونَ I am challenging your translation straightforwardly. The verse 95 says Do you worship what YOU carve? The very next verse questioning them again while it is Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) who has created you, and what you are doing?
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