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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Like I said in a previous post Sayed is a descendant of the prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) there can be a drug addict and he will still be a descendant of Rasulullah. Again Sada aren't always good people.
  2. when my parents took us to Iraq my parents wanted to go to other places like Kuwait and Iran and Qatar. When we went to Kuwait a Sayed invited us to his HUGE MASION with ELEVATORS in it. He was from Banu Hashem he wasn't a direct descendent of Ahlulbayt (aasws) but he was still a Sayed.
  3. That still makes him a Sayed. All of Banu Hashem were Sada sister.
  4. That means you are sada because if your father is then you are. Both your parent don't have to be sada for you to be a descendant of Rasulullah. If your mother is and your father isn't that makes you a meerzah. I don't know why it doesn't apply for women.
  5. Everything I did is something anyone can do Sayed or not. But a lot of people see that Sada are the example. They see them and assume they are people who can help guide them on the right path because there bloodline flows back to the prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). By Allah there are good people who are sada. But also Bad people who are sada too. The Sayed is not always the good guy. And yes Brother I will never leave Islam. I'm proud to be called Muslim!
  6. NO its not! Its telling them to change for there own good or they will face the wrath of Allah. Kome Lut were disrespectful and they did not take words. so being gay is Taqlid al Kufr.
  7. Salam im a bit late to this post. But here's my response. Za’alab Yamani asked Imam Ali (AS): O’ Amir-al-Momeneen (the Commander of the faithful), have you seen your God? Imam Ali (عليه السلام) replied: Do I worship a being whom I do not see? Za’alab asked: How do you see God? Imam Ali (عليه السلام) replied: Eyes can never see God, but hearts with proper belief can recognize God. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is close to everything, but not attached to things; is away from everything, but is no stranger to them; is a speaker, not through thinking or thought; is determined, not by
  8. Sorry I got a bit mad. I just don't like it when people dont understand what im saying
  9. How is it harsh when they are getting exactly what they want?!?!
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