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IDon'tWannaSay

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  1. Assalamu alaikum, I know what tawassul is, as I'm a shia, however I have accepted views with the Sunni that saying Ya Ali and Ya Fatema and of the sort are considered shirk. I still hold them in high regards, but I personally prefer to directly say Ya Allah, there's no issue with this right? Wasalam!
  2. Assalamu alaikum, A person has najasah on their bed, but unfortunately does not know the area of najasah, what must they do? Please answer in accordance to the views of ayatollah imam khamenei. Thanks!
  3. Assalam, Yes, most of these are about praising Salman al-Farsi, in which there was also an ayah revealed I believe.
  4. Appreciate it thanks. Ooh I'll check this out later too, thanks! Also as a final question, can shias use sahih bukhari as a hadith reference or do we totally reject it? Thank you, wasalam!
  5. Assalamu alaikum brothers and sisters, I was wondering as a fellow shia muslim myself, what hadith collections or books do we have which we can use? Also, just as a fun fact, most of the hadith compilers for sunni muslims, were all Persians, which is where most shias in the world reside in atm, pretty cool huh?
  6. Hi, I am in a groupchat with my close friends which mock and backchat about people badly. I do not participate and do not laugh at any of the pictures nor things sent there. Is it haram to still be in this groupchat or would it be considered makruh only?
  7. Thanks for your comment, it both makes me feel better and thanks for sending some advice - regarding the ramadan daylight masturbation, it kinda happened unintentionally and I'm certain that no ejaculation came out. The intention I had was for no ejaculation, but I knew discharge could be probable, and it actually happened - So does that mean only qadha because: If he masturbates without the intention of ejaculating and he does not normally ejaculate, knowing that discharge is probable and it actually happens —he has to do qadha without the penalty. Once again, thanks for the comments everyone, greatly appreciated. Also if it matters, I'm in the UK, England for the others that were asking.
  8. Hi all, I've many questions which I'd like to ask in this thread, please bear with me and I'd kindly ask you, please please please, try not to judge me as much. Before I get started, I'd like to let you know I'm a 14 year old boy who has fallen DEEP into committing the sin of masturbation. I'm not trying to return back to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and I'd like some advice and I had some questions. Firstly, I'd like to know how I can quit of doing this sin. It's become very extreme, even to the point where I'm doing it even when I'm fasting in the holy month of ramadan. I've tried many ways, different techniques, but to no avail, I could barely go up to a week without pornography and/or masturbation. Furthermore, I follow sistani as my marja' so please when answering try to show as much proof. Secondly, I had 2 questions. Regarding the masturbation that I did in ramadan and while I was fasting during daylight hours, no ejaculation has happened and when masturbating, I had no intention of ejaculation. This actually happened, so does that mean I have to do qaza fasts AND kafarah, or only qaza fast or even none of the above? Thirdly, my other question is this. Because I used to masturbate before, I tried to keep in the ejaculation and most of the times it happened. I was also ignorant at the time, and I just searched my questions and based rulings and my sins and etc of a sunni basis. According to them, if no ejaculation happens, ghusl is not required and only wudhu would suffice, I'd like to know if it's the same for Shia islam too or would you have to do ghusl even when no ejaculation took place? I'll be looking forward to your answers, please please please, once again, try not to judge me, I'm already disappointed and embarrassed enough. Thanks.
  9. And regarding this: Ruling 347. It is recommended that one urinates after ejaculation; if he does not urinate, and after performing ghusl some fluid comes out about which he does not know whether it is semen or some other fluid, it is ruled as being semen. Does that means if that happens then the person has to perform ghusl again? And if they didn't know that it was obligatory to perform ghusl if semen comes out after ghusl, are all his prayers after that still intact as well? Thanks for the quick reply btw!
  10. Apparently based on sistani: Ruling 351. If a person feels the movement of semen but does not ejaculate, or, if one doubts whether semen has been ejaculated or not, ghusl is not obligatory on him. So does this mean all the salah I read don't need a qadha? As I said, for the times where ejaculation happened, I did a ghusl so that means all my salah and fasts are still intact, right?
  11. Hello, I used to masturbate before - I held in the semen and then did a wudhu and proceeded to read salah, for the times which ejaculation happened I did a ghusl - I'm unsure if I should read all my namaz as qadha again as I'm unsure if masturbation with no ejaculation invalidates salah that has been done with no ghusl before it - please guide!
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