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Abu Nur

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  1. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur reacted to Shams of tabriz in Is this a logical fallacy within religion?   
    Allah is absolute reality .
    Allah exists as both the subjective and the objective Reality. He may be intuited in the objective world, but He can only be directly known as the subjective Reality; I.e., from within as I. The objective Reality is that which is perceived, either as subtle form (on the mental, or psychic, level), or as gross form (on the sensual level). The subjective Reality is the perceiver, the Witness. It is that very consciousness which we experience as our very own existence. That is Allah; and it is That which is to be known.
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    Abu Nur reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in Ibn Taymiyya refuted logic?   
    The problem isn't inherently with deduction. The problem is with the majority of premises used in deduction and that they do not provide the type of certainty that the philosophers are actually trying to seek. Even Shahid Sadr has critiqued this extensively, hence he had to come up with his induction-based certainty (in his work Logical Foundations of Induction).
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    Abu Nur reacted to eThErEaL in Is this a logical fallacy within religion?   
    1) What constitutes a miracle for you?  Is it merely something you haven’t seen before?  
    2) And how exactly do you think “a miracle” (as you define it) will make you believe?
    3) And what exactly will it make you believe in?  
    Before you attempt to answer these questions I would like you to read up on David Hume’s essay concerning miracles.
    https://www3.nd.edu/~afreddos/courses/43811/hume-on-miracles.htm
     
     
     
  4. My Prayers
    Abu Nur reacted to khamosh21 in Is this a logical fallacy within religion?   
    I am just that shallow then... what can I do, it's only way I'll believe... problem is God did and does give His servants miracles, and He does mention them all over the Qur'an... Sufis rave about the kiramat of their Pirs, Shia rave about Ayatullah Behjat and Tabatabaei's spiritual cababilities... all I am asking is to see one.... I don't see how that is wrong or incorrect of me
  5. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in Ibn Taymiyya refuted logic?   
    I have read Ibn Taymiyyah's work many years ago and many arguments he brings in it are valid and even other logicians and philosophers acknowledged these critiques later. However, over the later centuries and especially today, there has been a lot more extensive advancement in these discussions, especially in the field of epistemology and while some of those critiques he does are still valid, there have been other ways to justify the value of logic and especially deduction.
    Wasalam
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    Abu Nur reacted to eThErEaL in Monotheism in history   
    As has been already mentioned in the previous posts written by other members on this thread:  the fact that there is One absolute reality is universal and ubiquitous.  In fact, when properly and seriously investigated, other religious nations such as Hinduism, the Native American Religion, and Buddhism only go to prove the universality of this Principle of Oneness.  
     
     
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in $999 Monitor stand - gone too far?   
    It is nice currency, my computer costed two apple monitor stands.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in The realities of the 12 Mahdi's after Imam al Mahdi ((عليه السلام))   
    Most layman Shias if they throw the scholars, they will surely end up to follow people like Ahmed Al Hassan.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Monotheism in history   
    He is trying to show the reality about Himself. It require all those steps to manifest. Part of them destruction, because He destroy and Punish, and part of Mercy, He Create and Give Mercy. In reality you see them all, and that it is His signs. 
  10. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur reacted to eThErEaL in Is this a logical fallacy within religion?   
    What good will it do you to see a moon split in half or to see Jesus walk on water?  In fact if such miracles were the reason “to believe” then I will be amongst the first of disbelievers even if I see such things with my naked eye.  Because such “miracles don’t mean anything to me.  
    The real miracles is in what exists, what is.
    The real miracles is here and now, right before  your very nose.  All you have to do is be grateful (have shukr) for whatever is, and don’t be ungrateful (kufr).  Your happiness is found in being content And no wanting other than what Is.
    To the best of my knowledge, this is the language of the Qur'an.  These are not my ideas.  Simply open the Qur'an anywhere and you will see that Allah doesn’t make the human problem that of accepting or rejecting God but rather of shirk.  Allah only asks us to be thankful and if we are thankful it is for our own good.
     
  11. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur reacted to IbnSina in Dancing among women is haram   
    If you like dancing so much, go dance your way out of here then and leave us alone.
    Its very clear what our scholars and learnt people have to say about this issue. You want us to listen to you instead? You think we are all waiting for you to tell us what to believe in?
  12. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur reacted to IbnSina in [Closed/Review]Sisters how would y'all react if this were you?   
    Seriously what is this?
    How much lower must the quality of this forum sink before the so called moderators start to moderate?
    You might as well take away the Shia part of shiachat at this point and just name the site chat.com 
     
    Close this useless and pointless thread already that serves nothing but producing nonsense and loose talks!
    This is completely disgraceful.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Dancing among women is haram   
    I don't care to reply to you, waste of time.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Dancing among women is haram   
    According Sistani:
    Question: Is it permissible for women to dance in front of other women or for men to dance in front of other men in a gender-wise segregated gathering?
    Answer: Dancing of women in front of women or dancing of men in front of other men is problematic, as a matter of obligatory precaution, one must refrain from it.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Muslim2010 in Dancing among women is haram   
    That is a common rule among the ulemas.
  16. Haha
    Abu Nur got a reaction from Noor Taleb in Dancing among women is haram   
    I don't care to reply to you, waste of time.
  17. Haha
    Abu Nur got a reaction from Noor Taleb in Dancing among women is haram   
    You don't define friends by dancing. Good friends are those who are believers that make you remember Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) than shaking your body stupidly in front of others trying to make them laugh. 
  18. Haha
    Abu Nur got a reaction from Noor Taleb in Dancing among women is haram   
    Lol, good friends can be found from gathering of dancers.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Was Imam Ja’afar as Sadiq Sunni or Shia?   
    If he was Sunni then all of his companions will be among Ahlul Sunna Wal Jamaa'ah, and you will find books to be written by them in favor of Ahlul Sunna Wal Jamaa'ah. Their laws will be taken too from Ahlul Sunna Wal Jamaa'ah etc.
  20. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Dancing among women is haram   
    I don't care to reply to you, waste of time.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Dancing among women is haram   
    According Sistani:
    Question: Is it permissible for women to dance in front of other women or for men to dance in front of other men in a gender-wise segregated gathering?
    Answer: Dancing of women in front of women or dancing of men in front of other men is problematic, as a matter of obligatory precaution, one must refrain from it.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Dancing among women is haram   
    You don't define friends by dancing. Good friends are those who are believers that make you remember Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) than shaking your body stupidly in front of others trying to make them laugh. 
  23. Completely Agree
    Abu Nur got a reaction from Mohammadi_follower in Dancing among women is haram   
    I don't care to reply to you, waste of time.
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    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ali~J in Dancing among women is haram   
    According Sistani:
    Question: Is it permissible for women to dance in front of other women or for men to dance in front of other men in a gender-wise segregated gathering?
    Answer: Dancing of women in front of women or dancing of men in front of other men is problematic, as a matter of obligatory precaution, one must refrain from it.
  25. Haha
    Abu Nur got a reaction from Ali~J in Dancing among women is haram   
    You don't define friends by dancing. Good friends are those who are believers that make you remember Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) than shaking your body stupidly in front of others trying to make them laugh. 
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