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  1. "Narrated to us my father saying: Narrated Ahmad bin Idris saying: Narrated to me Muhammad bin Ahmad, from Musa bin Omar, from Abdallah bin Jablah, from Hanan bin Sudair who said: I entered on Abu Abdallah [as] wearing a black shoe, and he said: Why are you wearing a black shoe? Did you not know there are three characteristics in it? The narrator said: I said, what are they, may I be your ransom? He [as] said: It weakens your vision, loosens your penis and brings you depression. On top of that, it is part of the arrogant apparel. Wear the yellow shoes, for in it is three characteristics. The narrator said: I said, what are they? He [as] said: It sharpens the vision, strengthens the penis and puts away the depression, and furthermore, it is part of the Prophets [as] apparel". (Khisal, Ibn Babuyah al-Qummi, Narration 50, Page 90)
  2. It is permissible, rather recommended (mandub) to dye the hair of the head (and beard for men) provided the ingredients used in the hair dye are Halal. Fiqh of Hair Dyes > http://qa.sunnipath.com/issue_view.asp?HD=...74&CATE=178
  3. He is like .. Amazing! Wonderful scholar. May Allah(swt) preserve him. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ym9zNRV5rM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROMmh0xLMOQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hACtSI56DQ (salam)
  4. ^This is not true. The only reason he didnt accept the caliphate after the death of Caliph Umar was that he was asked to follow the first two caliphs. He denied that. I believe Imam Ali(a) implemented all the sunnah of Muhammad(saw) during his caliphate. BY Allah, whatever the Prophet told them, I am here telling you the same and whatever you hear today is not different from what they heard yesterday. Sermon 87 --- Its very strange that there is mention of Khums in Nahjul Balaga. Letters of Imam Ali(a) are full of detailed instructions on the collection and distribution of Zakat.
  5. Beating children [Answered by : Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadhlallah] Q: What are the permitted limits with relation to beating a child with the aim of realizing his welfare and teaching him good manners? And how would mothers and fathers be legally regarded if they exceeded the acceptable level of violence? A: Islam considers children as consignment entrusted to parents. So, when Islam made fathers legal guardians of their children, it did not mean by this guardianship the absolute mastery and domination of fathers over children, and it did not mean that fathers are free to dispose of their children affairs based on their personal whims and tempers. Verily, what Islam does mean is that fathers act according to their children’s best interest and welfare motivated by the simple desire of setting right their children’s concerns. Consequently, fathers have no right to carry out any damaging or sinful act that might negatively affect the life of their sons and daughters. On this basis, fathers must raise their children by having recourse to all the methods that make from the latter a good, pious, and honest human beings whether in their moralities, knowledge, religion or in their general behavior toward people. Moreover, fathers must never resort to applying pressures on their children as long as other means are available and can attain the same educational goal. On the other hand, if raising children decently proves to be dependant on hitting them, fathers are allowed to do that; however, they must hit them for educational purposes; that is, to use physical force as one of the psychological and physical pressuring means, provided that it won’t reach the extent of cruel abuse. In fact, Islamic rules and principles have drawn the legal limit for hitting a child with no retroactive obligations and this limit says that the act of hitting must not lead to reddening the skin; more specifically, if the skin became reddened and its redness was mainly caused by the hitting independently from any other factor, the father would be considered as having committed a sin and must make up for his misdeed by paying an atonement(1). Then again, if the father finds himself dealing with an urgent and critical situation tightly related to protecting his child against the greatest dangers which might entrap the latter, and he feels unable to treat the situation but through severe and violent beating; in this particular case, a father is allowed to hit his child. Still, a father must be very precise and delicate in assessing the situation in hands, he must be very careful in evaluating the level of dangerousness that allows him to take an exceptional action so that he won’t be committing a wrongdoing while all he wants is to right what’s wrong, or fall prey of unlawfulness while all he is aiming at is righteousness. Q:Can a man forbid his wife from beating children claiming that she won’t be doing them any good by doing so? A :If a woman wants to beat her child to teach him discipline, she will be in need for her husband’s authorization. Beating a child for educational purposes requires the approval of his father or legal guardian. In any other case, beating a child is forbidden for both men and women. Q: Another question imposes itself in this respect: are teachers or school administrations allowed to beat students in order to educate them? A :If the authorization of fathers or legal guardians include such case considering that they know that some beating are sometimes unavoidable, teachers can do it after exhausting all other peaceful means, so to speak. So, if teachers see that the situation necessitates beating, they can do it but they still have to observe the legal limits for such deed.
  6. I am allergic to perfumes, scented shampoos . . .
  7. Your Existing Situation Orderly, methodical, and self-contained. Needs the respect, recognition, and understanding of those close to him. Your Stress Sources Unfulfilled hopes have led to uncertainty and apprehension. Needs to feel secure and to avoid any further disappointment, and fears being passed over or losing standings and prestige. Doubts that things will be any better in the future and this negative attitude leads him to make exaggerated demands and to refuse to make reasonable compromises. Your Restrained Characteristics Egocentric and therefore quick to take offense. Sensitive and sentimental, but conceals this from all except those very close to him. Circumstances force him to compromise and to forgo some pleasures for the time being. Capable of achieving physical satisfaction from sexual activity. Your Desired Objective Has exaggerated demands on life which are concealed behind specious rationalization and cautious behavior. Wishes to impress others with his achievements, but camouflages this desire and is inclined to be covert. Your Actual Problem Disappointment at the non-fulfillment of his hopes and the fear that to formulate fresh goals will only lead to further setbacks have resulted in considerable anxiety. He tries to escape from this by withdrawing and protecting himself with an attitude of cautious reserve. Moody and depressed.
  8. http://www.baabeilm.org/AudVid/Nauha/2001-iso/aykhuda.rm http://www.baabeilm.org/AudVid/Nauha/2001-iso/aykhuda.mp3 http://www.baabeilm.org/noha/nauha2001_iso.asp
  9. Even in Shia fiqh it is Makruh for women to visit the graveyards.
  10. Bihar al-Anwar : http://www.al-shia.com/html/ara/lib/lib.php?id=2&page=2 al-Kafi : http://www.al-shia.com/html/ara/lib/lib.php?id=2&page=16
  11. Kausar and Tasneem waali urdu ? you konsi naye zubaan hai ? :blink:
  12. The Religious Authority, Sayyed Mohammad Hussein Fadlullah considers that “singing” is not a prohibited act in case it does not harm in its contents the profound intellectual and humane values and in case it is accompanied by a high-class music. His Eminence also considers that the songs that glorify the tyrants and the vicious regimes are prohibited like what is happening in many Arab countries where some singers praise their leaders because they are afraid of their tyranny or to flatter them. In a special general interview with Elaph newspaper, Sayyed Fadlullah gave the final word concerning the issue of the woman's voice declaring that he does not consider it a "Awra"(something that should be veiled having the same ruling as the parts of the body). Moreover, he deemed it permissible for a woman to sing in case the song's meanings are sublime, citing the experience of the Iranian government as evidence, where the media broadcasts songs. His Eminence draws a general line in prohibiting and permitting songs: but, he leaves the chance to the listener to classify the songs without mentioning names and details. However, he prohibits the jazz music that destroys the nerves and has negative effects on the listener. Ruling on Songs by M.H. Fadlallah part (1) Ruling on Songs by M.H. Fadlallah part (2)
  13. I'll sell the domain. . . :shaytan: http://leapfish.com/domain_name_appraisal....rl=shiachat.com
  14. Shahid Afridi also has good technique ;)
  15. Q) Is the belief that Imam Ali status is higher (above) than all creatures (humans, dJinns, angels, and specially prophets) except the last prophet Muhammed (SAWAW) an essential belief of shia faith? A) No, It is not. Some of our scholars did not to believe in this concept even there are some narration that means this. (Answered by Ayatullah Sayyid Muhammad Saeed Al-Hakeem) http://www.alhakeem.com/english/questions/qa.htm
  16. Zaydiyyah shiites have their own fiqh which is very similar to hanafi school. Here is the link to Musnad Zaid bin Ali (a) > ãÓäÏ ÒíÏ Èä Úáí
  17. Ok, now here is the complete reply : Q9 - Fatimah's rib: what is your true position regarding this matter? A - Any one who claims that I have said that Fatimah's rib was not broken is a liar! Some people have been talking this nonsense for more than five years.[7] Here, I have this to say to you, to clarify the matter: to start with, I reiterate that I did not say that Fatimah's rib was not broken, and everyone who claims that I did is a liar. I merely regarded it as unlikely; I raised a question mark on the basis of historical analysis. I said: 'I do not react positively with this because the Muslims' love for Fatimah (as) had been greater than their love for Ali, and greater than their love for al-Hasan and al-Husain, and greater than that their love for the Messenger of Allah (sawa). I said that it was unlikely that anyone would commit such an act, but conceded that bad intentions were plotted - not to establish the innocence of anyone, but in fear of agitating Islamic public opinion. There were many narrations: some said that they entered the house, while others said they did not. Hence, I said: 'I see that to be unlikely and I do not react positively to the word itself'. The world roared and heavens fell on earth, and words began to be fabricated and spread in some quarters! This reaction has still not abated in more than one place, and leaflets are being distributed around the world. It is as if the dangers confronting the Muslims and all the injustice that we live in have become nothing, and all that matters is this historical issue! In fact, this is a symptom of the backwardness which is being practised by many in our Islamic arena. This problem still festers among those who do not care about the dangers which confront Islam, and that the problem is still alive means that we are not addressing the major issues on the proper level of awareness.
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