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BleedKnee last won the day on October 3 2020

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  1. Should also add here that I've witnessed situations of child marriage. Most girls that get sold by their fathers to 30-40 year old men die. They nearly all die, because their bodies are not made for sex. Not at 9, not at 10, not at 11 or even 12-13. You're literally sending a little girl to her death when you do that. I can't condone such a horrid practice to be honest. And if I ever become convinced that the Prophet (s) did that, I'd leave the religion and you should all join me.
  2. The answer was eventually given. Anyways, child marriage can't be justified and if the Prophet (s) did it, then we have to accept it today. And that's wrong.
  3. It's just...incredibly disheartening how many Muslims in the world, including probably in this site, think the Prophet (s) married a 9 year old. That child marriage is just a regular part of the course of life, when, in actuality, it kills little girls and ruins lives. It's a horrid practice, and, to be honest, if I was convinced that the Prophet (s) did marry a little girl, I'd leave the religion. Because I can't imagine a pathway to God through a man that can do that. Anyways, that's my Ted talk.
  4. Sorry I figured I messed up with my question. I thought we were also to make our salams to the Imams even when not at their shrines? Am I wrong?
  5. Still new to everything (been Shia for about a year), and starting to the do the regular duas based off days as per the Nafilah app (assuming they're correct on this), and wondering when doing Ziyarah for Imam Hassan and Hussein (عليه السلام) if I'm supposed to stand in front of a window? Read that somewhere and just want to be sure if that's the case, and if there's anything else to take note of? Is there a right time, etc.?
  6. You're from America man. The entire military apparatus is involved in routine massacres against innocent civilians. It's morally wrong (and therefore haram) to be a part of such institution. Honestly, if you were from any other country (Canada, Norway, etc.) than there honestly wouldn't be an issue. But how can you join the American military? Nevertheless, there may be some opening if you really need the job to alleviate your socio-economic situation.
  7. I don't know about that, since every culture in the world, including the Muslim world, has a history with tattoos. I know there's no demand in the teachings of the Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) to get a tattoo, I'm doing it for aesthetic reasons and given it's halal, why not just do it? When I mean symbols, I mean symbols that have developed within the Shia world as times gone by.
  8. Gonna probably get a tattoo. I was thinking about getting 313 in Arabic numerals, but any other signs I'm missing?
  9. It's a bit more than that. Please look at the Backfire video again: Islamic Pulse - British Shiaism II | The Lady Of Heaven | BACKFIRE | Facebook Also, why constantly start up fitna, casually associating Sunnis with Daesh in nearly every lecture (There's literally a clip in 15:46 where SAN does this very CLEARLY. )? It's not just opinion, it's goal is to cause fitna that serves the US. SAN is associated with UMMA, and organization that had Paul Wolfowitz, the architect of the Iraq War, was a keynote speaker in their first event. They are not agents, they act in their own accord with different intentions, but these intentions align with the US.
  10. It's all political. I don't have an issue with people of any community disagreeing about this and that, but their are clear connections between SAN (and others) with US and British elites, which he even acknowledge meeting up with former US Secretary of State John Kerry. After seeing that, it's hard to not see his anti-Islamic unity rhetoric as not just a personal opinion, but an attempt to cause fitna for the purposes of preserving US oppression on Muslim lands that we all live in. Be aware.
  11. You may have remembered before that I figured I might move to Turkey in about 5 years since I'd love to make Hijrah, and I want to know about what life is like for Shias there. I'm hoping to go to a Shia mosque and just talk to some brothers, I've been working on my Turkish and hope to get to at least B1 level before I go there. Anyone know any good mosques?
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