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  1. It's not haram rather there was something similar advised to me by my mother when I asked her I want to wake up next morning at the time I wanted. So, she said to recite durood thrice in the beginning and end and in between these durood say to yourself by referring to your name like: "O So and so, make me wake up in the morning". And, I used to follow this and it had given me results for a quite a good time. So, words do have impact on ourselves that's why often the words of generals often boosted moral of army men in the battlefield and yielded promising results.
  2. Firstly, It is not Allah (عزّ وجلّ) that creates problems for a Momin rather it is enemies of Allah (عزّ وجلّ) and a momin himself due to a wrong decisions. As for the problems that are created by the enemies of Allah (عزّ وجلّ), a Momin is promised rewards for it both in this world and hereafter such as the greatest reward of in this world is that a Momin receives knowledge and guidance in this life which saves him from various troubles but for that he has to remian in contact with Allah (عزّ وجلّ) and avoid the worldly trends. As for the rewards in the hereafter, for each difficulty he faces with patience, he is promised virtues which will benefit him in the hereafter and those who wronged and created difficulty for him will be accounted for the wrongs which they done to such Momin. As for the problems created by Momin himself due to his poor decisions, he is likely to face consequences which will make him more disciplined in the future.
  3. Yeah, but what if anyone of them change his mind and want that his or her conjugal rights should be fulfilled? And, if the other person fulfills those conjugal rights, it will not be a sin rather a virtue but this thing is actually a sin for same sex marriage, and therefore, such kind of marriage cannot be legalized as there is sin associated with it.
  4. It could be both. They were unconditionally emancipated when they showed merit that they were good Muslims and they would serve the ummah then creating problems for them.
  5. It is ignorance to argue with an ignorant or to allow him to spread ignorance.
  6. brother @Ashvazdanghejust posted Arabic text where Yannkahu that means nikkah was mentioned despite that you deliberately lie that it was not mentioned. You may have good qualities to argue about things but please don't argue against the Islamic laws which are very clear because if you do that you will lose blessings of Allah (عزّ وجلّ) coming your way. Anyways, I'm done with you if you learn then it's good for you if not the perhaps it's like playing flute in front of buffalo. Request to mods @Haji 2003, @Hameedeh, @starlight, I just wanted to say like you people block a person from posting a blasphemous content, you should also warn and block a person who is blaspheming Ahlebait (عليه السلام) by giving a notion that they did not know better than what such and such person know. It is very sad to see a person like @kadhim, who rejects teachings of Ahlebait (عليه السلام) and is continuously allowed to concoct lies and keep ranting about it. I think such a person should not be allowed freedom to condemn our religious teachings despite various clarifications on the matter. I am very sad to see how the teachings of Ahlebait (عليه السلام) is being dealt with despite the fact that there is consensus among ummah about this matter. I hope you will take appropriate action against such insult to the teachings of Islam.
  7. I just shared two such incidents from Islamic history which reveals that marriage among such people is Haram while you have no any references to back up your claim. Hahahaha, what was the reason Allah (عزّ وجلّ) created marriage for? It's reason was that the sex relations can be legalized between a man and female and children born out of it can be traced back to their parents and who can inherit from their parents or parents can have share from their property. Without it, marriage has no meaning. And, since you say that all these things should not be made subject of marriage that you insist on then it does not remain a marriage at all. So, why are you wasting your precious time talking about useless things which has no meaning.
  8. Agreed bro, marriage has conjugal rights. He doesn't know what he is saying.
  9. Lolz, the narrations say a person who marries like a woman is like that of Nation of Lot punishable by death. Second narration said a male intersex married another male but was separated by Imam Ali (عليه السلام). These hadith prove our point but I don't see your narrations that make us equal. Please bro don't make it hard for yourself and don't be a sinner.
  10. Lolz, the first question according to fiqh, you should ask yourself mate is that is there a Quranic verse or Hadith to support your point or against your point? I showed an event from the life of Imam Ali a s but you showed none. Do you agree to that? Yes, then there is no more reason to make it a lengthy discussion. If No, then bring a Hadith or Quranic verse to support your point or just don't ask for things which you won't believe
  11. Lolz, when has a logical fiqhi argument worked for you? I don't think you are here for convincing yourself but to emphasize on your flawed innovations which has no ground in the religion.
  12. Well, bro, I admit that your request was valid and thankfully you got one narration for the second narration, I remember that it was mentioned probably in the book called "Hazrat Ali Kay faislay by Wasi khan." However, I did not said what I said because you asked for narration. What I meant to say that you are obstinately trying to prove something which is very clearly explained what is issue about Nikah? Even a Muslim child understands that means contract of marriage that takes place between a male and female as provided by tradition of Prophet and Ahlebait (عليه السلام). Brother, Quran teaches us to hold ourselves from manipulating the Islamic system but I think you never read those verses. Who knows may be you are not a Muslim at all otherwise why would a Muslim question what is clear in Islam. I suggest you that you should work for the mental amelioration of homosexuals which is a more valid cause rather than believing in their sick whims. That will be more appropriate.
  13. There is a whole separate section which declares the subject as haram and holds it punishable by severe punishment, you can just type the subject on google and read it yourself. Bro, if you are truly a Muslim, you should accept the rulings of authorities in religion. If you differ with them, you can be of any other religion but not a Muslim. Well, the subject is the same which is haram and there is no recognition of same sex marriage in Islam rather it is a punishable offence.
  14. I have read that Khalid bin Waleed wrote to Abu Bakar that a man marries like a women so what is your order for him. He asked people but they told him to ask Imam Ali (عليه السلام). So, Imam Ali (عليه السلام) said that for such person there is punishment by fire. In one case, a intersex was forgiven because he slept with a man and was later found to be a male intersex so he was separated from that man and warned not to do such sin again. There were plenty of examples in the past like it and there are prescribed punishment for them so do not make it as if it's a new thing.
  15. Ahlebait (عليه السلام) were always ethically exceptional that is why there were rules in Islamic system that a slave could emanicipate himself or herself by paying the sum to the owner. The slaves had complete freedom to work for themselves and pay the owner their sum and get emanicipation as there were no any example in the life of the Ahlebait (عليه السلام) where any slave could say that they were denied such right. However, during those times, most slaves preferred to remain with the house of Ahlebait (عليه السلام) by working for them as it was more comfortable for them. But, even then there are plenty of examples wherein it is mentioned that they often set the slaves free but many of them preferred to remain with them.
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