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  1. Assalamualaikum, I'm sure there might be other post regarding my issue here, but I wanted proper clarity so I've started this post hoping to get clear answers. (PS- I follow Sistani) 1. What is the difference between madhi and wadi and wadhi? 2. What is the liquid called that comes out after some minutes when ejaculation is complete? Is it pure? Does it invalidate wudu and prayers? 3. Is it ok to perform istibra after ejaculation whether the person urinates or not? 4. After ejaculation, if a person does istibra, and then takes ghusl, he feels a sensation of liquid passing out of his penis. What is this liquid called? Is it pure? Does it invalidate prayers and wudu? 5. Sometimes after ejaculation, (whether I pee or not) after istibra and ghusl is done, a few minutes later (say 4-8mins), if I bend or sit, I feel a sensation of liquid passing out. What is this liquid called? Is it pure considering that istibra is done correctly? Does it invalidate prayers? Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  2. Is Sunni wudu accepted in our Shia Islam? If their wudu is like the Sunni wudu, (if it is invalid) doesn't it make the Salah itself invalid? So all Imam's are same till Imam Ja'far Sadiq ((عليه السلام)). What happened after him? I mean how did the imamate change after him? Why did the Bohras change the imamate? Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  3. I have no idea. As of now, it doesn't seem like she hopes for anything. The promise is only valid till her marriage (I hope so). And she's bound to get married within the next 2 years max. I made the promise with the intention to keep her happy. I mean, she doesn't really have any loyal or good friends and she's been betrayed a lot of times. I thought that if I made her this promise and treat her right, at least she'll be glad that she had someone she could trust and count on. At the time, I did what I thought was right. This has been really bothering me now considering the fact that I do not know if what I'm doing is right or wrong. And now if I just leave her, I'll be one of those friends that aren't loyal. Walking away now would be like I'm betraying her. And it's something I do not want to do for her. I'm so lost. Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  4. Assalamualaikum, As far as I am aware, interaction with the opposite gender is considered haram in our Shia Islam. But then again, I've met people who say that interaction with the opposite gender is halal only if you have no negative or sexual feelings towards that person. Considering this, what could be the conclusion? My situation now is that, I have recently become religious. Before that I used to hangout with girls. And one of them, I've gotten real close to. I have no negative or sexual urges towards her. She isn't really religious. (I come from the Twelvers side and she comes from the Bohra side of Shia Islam). And to be honest, I don't really want to lose her. She's a good person which is why I love and adore her so much, though she engages in haram stuff, which I'm sure she'll overcome soon (or at least I hope so). I have also promised her that I won't ever leave her. That I'll always be with her. (We're not dating. We're just friends) And now, Shia Islam says, interaction with the opposite gender is haram. Shia Islam also says to fulfil promises (there are a few quotes on this by Imam Ali as well). I'm stuck. I don't know what to do. I need help.
  5. Assalamualaikum, Are Sayed Ammar Nakshawani's lectures real and genuine? I was thinking of ordering his book called "The 14 Infallible's" to learn more about our Ahlul Bayt and some of the people I know said that his lectures aren't all true and that his beliefs are a little different. They even told me that the TV channel called AhlulbaytTV also canceled broadcasting his lectures for this reason. Personally, I became more religious BECAUSE of his lectures that I saw on YouTube. But now, some people I know are against a few of his beliefs. So I was wondering if anyone could tell me if Sayed Ammar Nakshawani's lectures and books are real or correct? Is it correct to believe in the information he gives us? Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah!
  6. Assalamualaikum, So what can one do about this? And What is he supposed to say if he faces a situation where he has to go against a certain sect of feminism? Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  7. Assalamualaikum, This is exactly what I meant when I said that Islam does preach some parts of feminism. Jazakallah Kair Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  8. Assalamualaikum, But are they like on the right path? Can we call them "real" Shia Muslims? And why did they change their Imamate if Prophet Muhammed (p.b.u.h) or Imam Ali ((عليه السلام)) had already made it clear that after him there will only be 12 Imam's? Wassalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  9. Assalamualaikum, Feminism basically means equal rights and opportunities for men and women. I think it mainly started with demands of equal wages for men and women, when it was found out that, a lot of the companies were paying only around 60%-70% of the salary that the men were getting, for the same job. I think these are the reasons why feminism started becoming a trend in the recent years. This is the basis of feminism itself (as far as I am aware). Islam does approve of this. Do look into the hadith and teaching of the Prophets and our Ahlul Bayt and you might understand the value and importance and equality that women have in Islam. Some of the ideologies of feminism such as degrading men, doing whatever they want, and the use of the word feminism to get away with certain things etc is something that Islam does not approve. I agree on that. Allah knows best Wassalamulaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  10. Assalamualaikum, I recently met a friend who said she was a Shia. When I got to know her better I found out that she is a Shia Bohra Muslim. I honestly had no idea until then that our Shia Islam was divided into more sects. I always thought we were united and one together. We still are and I know that, since even Bohra Shia's Immate ends with Imam Mahdi ((عليه السلام)). But it's just that I do not know much about these other sects. I know there are more threads here on this topic, but I couldn't find proper information on them. I asked my friend more about her Bohra Shia Islam but she is not aware about it. She isn't much religious either (a fact that I do not approve of). So I hoping that if someone could explain to me more about Bohra Shia Islam and how it came into existence and what they are all about. Also some tips on how to make her more interested in religion (or more religious) would be good too xP Jazakallah Khair Wassalamalaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  11. Assalamualaikum, I think this is what @3wliya_maryam meant when she spoke of her view. Equality in the sense of their worth as human beings and beings with a roh (spirit) in them is perfectly correct. A part of feminism also preaches this mainly to avoid abuse and disrespect of women. We have to admit that in this generation, there are many men who feel superior to their other half or women in general JUST BECAUSE they are men. This isn't right with respect to feminism or Islam and people need to realize this. I think it's all because of bad society who made these stupid rules which became a tradition and is being passed on. Again, which isn't correct in Islam. Wassalamunalaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  12. Assalamualaikum, There is no such thing like "Shia by name". We are only proper Shia Muslims, if we follow all the Prophets, and then the Ahlul Bayt. Following them, and NOT following their teachings or sayings is a different thing. Allah knows best! Wassalamunalaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  13. Assalamualaikum, I think Islam DOES preach feminism in a way. Considering, that there different parts of feminism, it does. The part where women must be treated with love and respect, no abuse of any kind, and overall equality and good-treatment of women IS something that Islam approves of. Not needing anything other than the Qur'an and Ahlul Bayt is something I agree on, because I think there are answers for almost EVERYTHING there. Wassalamunalaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  14. Assalamualaikum, My point exactly! No words could have explained better! Thank you so much! Wassalamunalaikum Wa Rahmatullah
  15. Assalamualaikum, Interesting. Can you explain these different types of feminism? It seems most of us are unaware of this. Wassalamunalaikum Wa Rahmatullah
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