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Kenshiro

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  1. Salam Aleykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh It's been for me years that I converted to Shi'a Islam, but I have been struggling with some few things. Obviously I know that Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) is testing us humans and that struggling in Islam is always important. However I really would like to know advices or experiences from brothers and sisters. I am struggling to confess my parents about my beliefs. My family has a really troublesome story in regards of religion. My mom is Catholic, my father was a JW, but became Catholic for my mother, but also is spirituality interested to Buddhism and Hinduism. My paternal grandparents who are JW often made a hard time with discussions, meanwhile my maternal family is between being Catholic and Irreligious. I realized both parts of my family are really ignorant about Islam and their schools and usually believe what they see on the mass media and experience with cultural Muslims. I really want to say the truth, but I always fear to say it, that I start a family drama. I often had to hide prayers or I missed them which is pretty annoying. Also telling my family about the aspects of Shi'a Islam is pretty difficult, because they get too emotional. If anybody knows something even a Dua, pls comment. Wa Salam and may Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you
  2. Asalamu Aleykum wr wb Brother Im new here, but I can tell you that I was Catholic aswell before. I didnt know much that Protestants actually forbid alcohol since many Protestant Christians I know (practising, non practising, religious, irreligious) in real life mostly consume alcohol. When me and my family went to the Roman Catholic Church, there was a sacramental wine which was according to them the meaning of the Holy Communion and people drank a sip of it. But obviously the intention was not to say to consume alcohol, even still I wonder why the Church allows it. As a kid my parents used to send me some sort of Catholic school (its similiar like Muslim parents who send their kids to the Mosque to learn about their religion). Its quite interesting when there are those dialogues & similiarties between religions
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