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Abdul Rahim al-Hasan

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  1. Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim Allahumma salli Alaa Muahmmed wa Aali Muhammed wa ajzel farajahum Assalamu aleikum, Acording to Sayed Mohammad Al-Musawi, The science of men and narration leads with this claim that Aisha was 9 years old to narrator called Hisham Ibn O'rwah Ibnal-Zubair. This is what he says about him: https://www.al-islam.org/ask/was-aisha-married-to-the-prophet-muhammad-s-at-the-age-of-six-if-yes-what-was-the-divine-wisdom-behind-it/sayyed-mohammad-al-musawi Masalam Fii iman allah
  2. Bismillahi irrahman Irrahiim Allahumma salli alaa Muhammed wa aali Muhammed wa ajzel farajahum Assalamu aleikum, As mentioned according to Ayatullah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Husayni al-Qazwini Aisha was 19 years old when she married Prophet Muhammed (SAAS). The method uses different hadiths asa reference to calculate the age of Aisha. Here is the link for the books English translation: https://www.al-islam.org/articles/how-old-was-ayshah-when-she-married-prophet-muhammad-ayatullah-muhammad-husayn-husayni-al Massalam Fii iman allah
  3. Bismillahi irrahman Irrahiim Allahumm salli alaa Muhammed wa Aali Muhammed wa azjel farazhahum Assalamu aleikum, Asma’ was fourteen years of age during the first year of the Prophetic mission (biʿthah) and ten years older than A’yshah. Therefore, A’yshah was four years old during the first year of the Prophetic mission [14 – 10 = 4] and as such, she was seventeen years of age during the thirteenth year of the Prophetic mission [4 + 13 = 17]. In the month of Shawwal of the second year of the Hijrah (the year of her official wedding to the Prophet) she was nineteen years of age [17 + 2 = 19]. On the other hand, Asma’ was a hundred years of age during the seventy-third year after Hijrah. A hundred minus seventy-three equals twenty-seven (100 – 73 = 27). Therefore, in the first year after the Hijrah she was twenty-seven years old. Asma’ was ten years older than A’yshah. Twenty-seven minus ten equals seventeen (27 – 10 = 17). Therefore, A’yshah was seventeen years of age during the first year of the Hijrah. [In addition to this], we previously established that A’yshah was officially wed the Prophet during the month of Shawwal of the second year after Hijrah, meaning that A’yshah was nineteen years of age [17 + 2 = 19] when she was wed to the Messenger of Allah. https://www.al-islam.org/articles/how-old-was-ayshah-when-she-married-prophet-muhammad-ayatullah-muhammad-husayn-husayni-al Accordin to Ayatullah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Husayni al-Qazwinis book linked above the calculations deduct from hadith sources that Aisha was 19 years old when she married to Prophet Muhammed (SAAS). Prophets dont know everything about the future. In Quran the story of Yunus (عليه السلام) share details about the concept of al-bada where whole sociaty repents after their own prophet had left the city (عليه السلام). “Indeed Allah does not change a people’s lot, unless they change what is in their souls.”1 In the the Book "The Shia Rebuts" Sayyid Rida Husayni Nasab wrotes when answering to the question "What is bada’ and why do you believe in it?": In Arabic, the word “bada’” literally means “manifestation” and “appearance”, and in the parlance of Shi‘ah scholars it applies to the change in the natural course of someone’s destiny as a result of his or her righteous and wholesome behavior. " Imam al-Sadiq (a) said, "None of the prophets became prophets until they admitted five characteristics for God: bada', providence, prostration (sujud), divinity, and His obedience."[6] In another hadith from Imam al-Sadiq (a), we read, "No bada' occurs for God except that it is already in His knowledge." لاَحَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ اِلاَّ باِللهِ الْعَلِىِّ الْعَظِيْم ٱلْعَلِيمُ ٱلْغَفَّارُ https://en.wikishia.net/view/Bada' There is no power but Allah, Most-High, Magnificent All-Knowing Forgiving Masalam Fii iman llah
  4. When you imagine the life and the university in your home country, what kind of opportunities there is to do work same time as getting decree? How much would you need money for a month? How much would you need to do work to get that necessary income for a month? Look online for the opportunities and make calculations. Make phone calls and ask questions. Then judge wisely if thats reasonable thing to go forward and the money can be made. When this is done, - you can represent it to your family.
  5. Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim Assalamu aleikum, Is there any alternative plan how could you theoretically get money for the education to support your first choices of law and journalism? Massalam.
  6. Bismillahi irrahman Irrahiim Assalamu aleikum, I feel there is no reason for list ones fears. Fear Allah, do good, and you no need fear. Stay safe. As there is no need to expose anyones sins, there is no need for expose anyones fears. Allahumma salli alaa Muhammed wa Aali Muhammed wa azjel farajahum. Allahu akbar!
  7. Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim Assalamu aleikum, A While ago when I started my jihad-al nafs again I was inspired to write down thise lines of poetry. What is beauty? Beauty is fulfilling. In fulfilling its mercy. In mercy it's justice. In justice it's knowledge. In knowledge it's understanding. In understanding its practising. In practising its honesty. In honesty it's eloquence. In eloquence it's subtleness. In subtleness, it's covering. In covering it's hidden. In hiding, it's protecting. In protecting its guiding. In guiding it's forgiving. In forgiveness its hoping In hope, it is moving In motion its change In changing its direction in directions, it is towards the new In new there is unknown. In unknown its patience In patience its harmony In harmony its peace In peace its freedom In freedom its intention In intention, it's the heart. In heart, it's the treasure. In treasure, it's the self. In self it's you. In you, it's good. الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ All praise belongs to Allah, Lord of all the worlds, Fii iman allah
  8. Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim Assalamu aleikum, Allah is the one who all obeys willingly or unwillingly, Allah is The Guide, The Judge. All atoms, all molecules, all things are created by Allah and they obey Allah, Just, Wise, willingly or unwillingly, - or knowingly or unknowingly. In Quran, Allah revealed to Prophet Muhammed (may Allah bless him and his pure family). Enjoying what is right and forbidding what is wrong. As Muslims, we need to know in our hearts what is right and good for ourselves. Prophet Muhammed (SAAS) has given us teachings and Allah gave Quran to Muhammed for his Prophethood as evidence and mercy for mankind. Knowing what is good for yourself and then acting according to it is an act of worshipping. The notion of good actions goes through the whole society from family to economics and criminal justice as well as purification like whudu (ablution) or other obligatory religious responsibilities like hajj and prayer. Knowing what is good and knowing what is not good in the level of what societys need or what our personal spiritual and psychological needs are. This all requires knowledge and knowledge increases by listening and thinking and asking questions. Practice virtues you have and learn to establish new ones with a clear understanding. Everything that has been forbidden in sharia has been forbidden because it is bad for us, and everything that has been declared halal is because it is good for us. The intention is the most valuable thing and the intention comes firm only with understanding and understanding is clear knowledge of what is good for you and what is bad for you. When we obey Allah, we have acknowledged that Allah has created us, and some things are bad for us, and some things are good for us in this life. We have understood why we enjoy the good and we have understood why we forbid evil. And that's why we are thankful to Allah. Being a believer is to submit to the will of Allah. This happens naturally when a person has the knowledge and a humble attitude. QURAN 14:7 "And when your Lord made it known: If you are grateful, I would certainly give to you more, and if you are ungrateful, My chastisement is truly severe." "In Islam is everything we do meant to be for Allah."? Yes, but only because it's good for us, and you are obligated to understand what is good and what is bad by yourself. Trust Allah, who dont need anything, Allah, As-Samad (Self sufficient). Allah does not need to do injustice. https://www.al-islam.org/articles/various-sayings-imam-ali-ibn-abi-talib Imam Ali (AS): "That knowledge which remains only on your tongue is very superficial. The intrinsic value of knowledge is that you act upon it." Quran 3:104 translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining what is right, and forbidding what is wrong: They are the ones to attain felicity. Quran 22:34 - Give good news to the humble-hearted. Quran 11:23 - Indeed, they who have believed and done righteous deeds and humbled themselves to their Lord – those are the companions of Paradise; they will abide eternally therein. QURAN 2:2-3 This Book, there is no doubt in it, is a guide to those who guard (against evil). Those who believe in the unseen and keep up prayer and spend out of what We have given them. May Allah hasten the rise of the Qaim and purify our hearts to serve our Mouwla and establish guidance in our hearts in this life. May Allah grant us forgiveness and remedy for our illness. Don't hesitate to ask more when you are ready. Salams, Fii iman Allah
  9. Bismillahi irrahman irrahiim Assalamu aleikum Stay away from this evil practice! It spoils the heart. The Holy Prophet (S) says: “One who believes an astrologer and soothsayer has disbelieved in whatever was revealed upon Muhammad (SAAS).” Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq ((عليه السلام).) says: “Accursed is the astrologer and accursed is the soothsayer and accursed is the magician.”
  10. Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim Assalamu aleikum, 1) Ask questions you like to have answers for yourself, because yourself, and search knowledge to matters that make you doupt . 2) Act according what you are convinced meaning act according what you understand. 3) Dont overdo recommnded things. Enjoy life as a whole. 4) Being good is not trying to be good, but understanding what is good for yourself and what is bad for yourself, and then acting according to it. Read hadiths and listen to your heart. Here is some saying of Imam Ali (عليه السلام). Think and you will perceive. The root of wisdom is reflection, and its fruit is wellbeing. The root of safety from error is thinking before acting, and reflecting before speaking. Verily the one who observes with his heart and acts with foresight begins his action by first looking at [the consequence of] his action, is it his favour or against him; if it is in his favour then he goes ahead with it and if it is against him then he holds back from [doing] it. Thinking guides, truth saves. Contemplation is worship. https://www.shiavault.com/books/ghurar-al-hikam-wa-durar-al-kalim-exalted-aphorisms-and-pearls-of-speech/chapters/516-thinking-and-the-thinker/ Fii iman allah
  11. Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuh According to hadiths the intellect is much much more than just the ability to solve puzzles that are man-made. The strong evidence of this is found in our own self how Allah inspires our hands to write our thoughts, so it becomes obvious that intellect is deeper than the ability to solve trivial puzzles and its core is related to worshipping Allah accordingly. The importance of using mind and intellect to think about signs of Allah has also mentioned the Holy Quran and sayings of the Prophet (SAAS). Thinking and remembering is an act of worshipping and every action is based upon its intention (nyah). Imam Ali "Contemplation is worship." ـ اَلفِكْرُ عِبادَةٌ. The understanding and intellect can not be tested by trivial puzzles but can be recognized by wisdom from intellect itself. This is the character that has morals, knows what needs to be done so that justice and mercy are fulfilled, speaks accordingly, and recognizes oneself as a creation of Allah. The characteristics of intellects have been mentioned in hadith collections such as al-kafi, but the relationship of intellect and acting according to knowledge has been mentioned in various sources. Holy Quran has a powerful aya that mentioned that Allah witnesses that"la ilaha illa huwa", and that this witnessing is done also by Angels and those who have the knowledge and stay firm in justice. There is no god but He: That is the witness of Allah, His angels, and those endued with knowledge, standing firm on justice. There is no god but He, the Exalted in Power, the Wise” [Quran, 3:18]. Imam Ali "The thought of an intelligent person is guidance." ـ فِكْرُ العاقِلِ هِدايَةٌ https://www.shiavault.com/books/ghurar-al-hikam-wa-durar-al-kalim-exalted-aphorisms-and-pearls-of-speech/chapters/516-thinking-and-the-thinker/ May Allah purify our intellects and make us serve the right cause as servants of Imam Mahdi (ATF). Allahumma sallialaa Muhammed wa Aali Muhammed wa ajzel farajahum fii iman allah.
  12. Salam aleikum Brother I reverted to Islam in 2005. I am also the only one in my family, I am happy to be your friend and share experience and talks together about life and current situation. I have lots of time so be free to contact anytime if you like. Fii iman Allah
  13. Bismillahi irrahman Irrahiim Allahumma sallialaa Muhammed wa Aali Muhammed wa azjel farazahum Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuh al-kafi collection http://gadir.free.fr/eng/books/Kafi/html/eng/books/hadith/al-kafi/part1/part1-ch1.htm H 3, Ch. 1, h 3 Ahmad ibn 'Idris has narrated from Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Jabbar, from certain persons of our people in a Marfu’ manner, who have ascribed it to abu 'Abdallah ((عليه السلام)) who has said the following. The narrator has said, "I asked abu ‘Abdallah, "What is Intelligence?" He replied, ‘It is a fact with whose help one worships Allah, the Merciful, and attains paradise.’ I then asked, "What was the thing with Mu’awiyah?" ‘It was shrewdness. Mischief is similar to Intelligence but it is not Intelligence.’ The Imam replied. H 4, Ch. 1, h 4 Muhammad ibn Yahya has narrated from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Isa from ibn Faddal from al-Hassan ibn al-Jahm who has said the following. "I heard (Imam) al-Rida ((عليه السلام)) saying, "The friend of a person is his/her Intelligence and the enemy of a person is his/her ignorance." Intelligence is the one that recognizes its Creator. It is the one that obeys its Creator's commands. It is the best friend of the believer, it is the inner guide. It has the ability is to realize what is good and realize what is evil. Quran 3:104 translated by Abdullah Yusuf Ali Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good, enjoining what is right, and forbidding what is wrong: They are the ones to attain felicity. Fii iman Allah
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