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Mahdi

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  1. Salaam Alaikum Can anyone please recommend any good books on Irfan? Thank you. Please provide links.
  2. The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) is proud to present its upcoming course covering the topic of marriage which will be taught by Shaykh Usama Abdulghani from the Hawza Ilmiya in Qum. This course is highly recommended for those wishing to get married and those already married as it provides many beneficial guidelines and remedies to daily problems faced by married couples. Details for the course are below:
  3. Salaamu Alaikum There are many thousands of people who donated money towards the building of the shrine and the task was administered in the Islamic Republic. I think its very important that due reverence is given to these holy sites by means of beautifying the structures and area in which the holy Imams are buried. Its not just a cage though is it? It is the resting place of Imam Hussain (as) who we owe our lives to.
  4. The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) and the Islamic Centre of England are organising a series Majalis in the English language for this upcoming Muharram 2011 with Sheikh Mohammad Ali Shomali entitled ‘The Spiritual Struggle of Karbala’. The Majalis will start on Saturday 26th November 2011 and keep going until Tuesday 6th December 2011 at the Educational and Cultural Centre (Iranian School) on Carlton Vale in London. The programme will start at 9pm with Ziyarat Ashura and followed by a Majlis on Imam Hussain [a] and Latmiyya. Both brothers and sisters are welcome, and food will be served. Register your attendance on facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=291012290923686
  5. Salaam Insha'Allah this helps Manchester Islamic Institute http://www.aimislam.com/directory/islamic-centres/manchester-islamic-institute.html Dar Al-Islam http://www.aimislam.com/directory/islamic-centres/north-england/ Al-Raza Foundation http://www.aimislam.com/directory/islamic-centres/al-raza-foundation.html
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    Muharram In London

    I'm looking forward to this.
  7. The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) and the Islamic Centre of England are organising a series of 13 nights of Majalis in the English language for this upcoming Muharram 2010 with Sheikh Hamza Sodagar. The Majalis will start on Tuesday 7th December 2010 and keep going until Sunday 19th December 2010 at the Educational and Cultural Centre (Iranian School) on Carlton Vale in London. The programme will start at 9pm with Ziyarat Ashura and followed by a Majlis on Imam Hussain [a] and Latmiyya. Both brothers and sisters are welcome, and food will be served.
  8. The Islamic Human Rights Commission is proud to present its upcoming fundraiser dinner. This is a social evening featuring comedy sketches, auctions, and an IHRC presentation informing guests of the ground breaking work being undertaking by the organisation. This is an evening for the whole family to enjoy. We hope you can join us and support the struggle for justice. Ticket prices: Adult - £20 each Buy now (LINK) Children (under 12) - £15 each Buy now (LINK) Family Deal (+4) - £15 each Buy now (LINK) Table Deal (10 people) - £120 Buy now (LINK) For more information call us on 020 8904 4222
  9. The Muslim Forum Presents SHOULD MUSLIMS VOTE? A Question of Identity & Interaction in Britain With the British General Elections round the corner, Muslims in Britain have to ask some long hard questions about their interactions in British society and how best to preserve an Islamic identity. The Muslim Forum challenges the status quo and asks the question: Should Muslims vote in the upcoming elections? The event features short presentations from each panellist followed by an extensive open forum question and answer session. Chairperson: Ali Ridha Jaffer Panellists include: Dr. Mohammad Saeed Bahmanpour Principal of the Islamic College Ahmed Haneef Cleric & Lecturer in Islamic Studies Ismail Patel You Elect Arzu Merali Co-founder, Islamic Human Rights Commission * * * Date: Sunday 18th April 2010 Time: 5.30pm - 8.00pm Venue: Islamic Centre of England 140 Maida Vale, London, W9 1QB Refreshments will be served Organised by: Islamic Centre of England (ICEL) Supported by: AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM)
  10. That is a completely different question. We should first be asking is it permissible, and thereafter be asking why would someone do it. The reason is usually because - a different version of history is being read. - an attempt to foster better relations with sunnis is being sought after. Like I said, saying 'May Allah be pleased with him' is not an act of praise. It is a dua. The definition is very different. Imam Hussain (as) makes duas for his killers. Is he wrong? Dare you challenge the Imam? Again, note that praise and ridha2 are not the same. We can ask for Allah's ridha2 on an oppressor. It is not praise. The difference is that when we ask for Allah's ridhwan, it is a request that the servant of Allah asks for other human beings seeking for salvation from the great punishments of hell. The pious believer is not only scared of hellfire for himself but will not wish it upon his worst of enemies. Until you identify the difference between praise and ridha2, we will be going around in circles. Wasalaam
  11. Praying that Allah be pleased with someone does not make us a party with them. Asking Allah to be pleased with someone is not praising them, and it is not a sin. Cursing the ones who should be praised is a sin.
  12. Yes, you're right. None of that changes the absolute reality of Allah's justice. That does not mean Allah will be pleased with Yazid, nor does it mean Allah will curse the Imam if a Nasibi stated such. So when we agree or disagree with something it should be relative to Allah and His justice. The issue of Dua is a different matter all together, when we ask Allah for something, Allah provides us with it IF it is good for us and if it isn't he doesn't.
  13. Given that Allah [swt] doesn't take commands from us servants, saying 'May Allah be pleased with Abu Bakr' doesn't mean Allah will be pleased. Whether Allah is pleased with someone or not is entirely based on his ultimate wisdom and knowledge. I can say may Allah be pleased with my grandfather; but that doesn't change much of the reality of Allah's judgement. Anyone thinking otherwise has a grave problem in belief.
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