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Justsomeone

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  1. I don't think the ridda wars and the conquest were a black and white issues. They probably would have happened even with Imam Ali (عليه السلام).... the ridda wars because the rebellions were not because they were loyal supporters of Imam Ali (عليه السلام) and all because otherwise Imam Ali (عليه السلام) would have risen to tale the Caliphate back but he didn't, meaning that these guys had their own agendas. Although it might have escalated differently than how it actually happened. And the conquest were bound to happen anyway as the Sassanid and Byzantine already had set their eyes o
  2. Didn't memorize the Qur'an but I love the raw power of surah Ra'd
  3. Although, women naturally tend to be more flexible and adapting. They say men's brain is compartmentalized while women's brain is wired everywhere as in everything is connected so that might also be the reason
  4. That was quite an interesting read. They say female sexuality is more fluid while male sexuality is stable. And they also say that sociocultural factors may play a role in it. From Wikipedia ^^ In the west males are less encouraged to be physically touchy with their men friends (it's considered weird for men to hug each other there if I'm correct) while us women are often touchy and comfortable with each other. The thing is, it's different in the Middle East where all that is seen normal for men, I've seen many youtubers be weirded out by the openness of men there. So I wonde
  5. Sexual desires can actually arise even before you know what that means so yeah I think it's possible...
  6. I believed chickens had chicken marriage XD
  7. I don't know how to explain it to you honestly. I fear it will onpy lead to more confusion. But as a try here I go: Allah does not 'see' as we see or 'hear' as we do. Just like you said, it is only written in the Quran from the worldly view. That's just what I'm going to say. If you do not understand this then it's ok. In a way you actually do...
  8. I'm just saying that you're just not accepting the word metaphor otherwise you're meaning the same thing as I am.
  9. You do know and Im not just mocking you Here I'll be quoting you on that: That is what I meant and that is what you also understand, albeit in another way
  10. Come on! Everyone it's common knowledge that Caps lock=yelling and that wasn't just caps lock. But if you didn't, now you do. Don't use it like that in a debate it's rude. You already know how. In fact you even said it. You just don't want to agree with me.
  11. I'm not saying seeing and hearing are metaphors. I am saying eyes and ears and hands are metaphors! In a way, even seeing and hearing are metaphors but I don't want to debate you on that. I'd risk you text yelling at me again haha
  12. ...... Do you not read what I just said or do you not know the meaning of metaphor?you are literally putting words unto my mouth lol. When did ever even mention God having human characteristics? I am literally opposing you for that!!! Metaphor: a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable. That IS a metaphor! That is LITERALLY what we shias believe. Allah does not have parts but to explain it to us he uses metaphors! That doesn't mean he literally has them! Quran has metaphors and you just agreed with
  13. Alright then, as you wish. You're right, he doesn't. But why are you using that as an argument against what is about parts of Allah? What exactly does parts mean to you? Having parts mean being composed of them. A clock is composed of parts, a human is composed of parts. You saying Allah has parts are saying Allah is composed of those parts that's limiting Allah If you say these parts are absolute then there are no parts. What just is, is the absolute. If you say Allah has parts then by the literal meaning of parts you're limiting Allah. If you say I'm defining p
  14. Your wording was quite weird and I did not know how to respond to that... Like of course Allah doesn't need angels if they're not a part a of him why are you using that as an argument?and half right but completely wrong...? So I thought this would probably answer other arguments too
  15. If you say that Allah's parts are absolute too, then that's the same thing as saying he has no parts. He is absolute.
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