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Abu Hadi

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  1. I think you are misunderstanding my point. My point was that whatever age she was (because there is no consensus on what age she was) was considered a normal age for marriage in the Hijaz at that time. The proof of this is that even the enemies of Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) didn't accuse him of marrying a girl who was not eligible for marriage, according to the standards at that time. The enemies of Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) took every advantage to accuse him of different things that were false. You think if there was something like this that happened (i.e. that he did in fact marry an underage girl), yo
  2. There is no consensus amoung ulema about what age Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) married Aisha. The credible reports I have read give her age between 9 and 16. I think the point is that it is not that important what age she was, otherwise the authentic hadith would have been more clear on this point. Even the enemies of Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) never accused him of marrying a child. So that means that whatever age she was at the time was considered to be a normal marriageable age for women at that time in the Hijaz. Like others have said, the standards for what is and isn't a 'marriageable age' for wo
  3. OK. We should be careful about posting things like this without sources. It may lead to misunderstandings. I am not trying to criticize you, and I have done this myself in the past, but I went back and corrected my own posts. As for the 313, everything I have read said they will be generals, commanders of the army and each will have many men under their command. Some numbers I have seen are hundreds of thousands to millions. These will be the fighters who will fight against and defeat the Kufar and Munafiqeen and bring about the victory of Imam((عليه السلام)) once and for all over the en
  4. Can you please post your source for this, i.e. that 60 will be women. I am not saying this is not possible, but from what I know these will be generals in the army. As generals are called to fight, military jihad, and this type of fighting is forbidden for women, I can't see how 60 of the 313 will be women. Of course, I might be wrong about the fact that the 313 will be military generals, but this is what I have heard. Of course, we know that many of the supporters of Imam Zaman(a.f.s) will be women. But they will not be on the frontlines fighting, as this is not part of the Sharia for t
  5. I read them. It start out with Mut’ah marriage and refutation of those Raafidis who permit it That won't score you any points here. The underline is added. It wasn't part of the original 'article' in the interests of full disclosure and accuracy. It was narrated from ‘Ali (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade mut’ah marriage and the meat of domestic donkeys at the time of Khaybar. According to another report, he forbade mut’ah marriage at the time of Khaybar and he forbade the meat of tame donkeys.
  6. Meant by what ? You said the Messenger of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) forbade Mutah even though Quran allows it. I said how this is not possible given the premises that we both agree on, i.e. that What Rasoulallah(p.b.u.h) says is Wahiy and Holy Quran is Wahiy ? Now you said I don't understand what is meany by it ? No. I understand English. I just don't agree with your statement. Those are two different things.
  7. I cannot accept that line of reasoning. The reason why is because if everything that is coming out of the mouth of the Messenger of Allah(p.b.u.h) is wahiy (revelation from Allah(s.w.a)) and everything in the Holy Quran is wahiy(revelation from Allah(s.w.a)) then those two things contradicting each other would mean wahiy would be contradicting wahiy meaning Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) would be contradicting Himself(s.w.a). I cannot accept that. Sorry. Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) does not contradict Himself(s.w.a).
  8. So if Rasoulallah forbid it completely, according to you, then how do you interpret Holy Quran 4:24 which allows it ? Wouldn't that mean Rasoulallah is going against Holy Quran ?
  9. From what I know, we don't accept that hadith that said that Mutah was banned during the Battle of Khaybar. But lets say we did accept it (just theoretically). That wouldn't change any of the major facts of the argument, that 1. Even if theoretically it was banned in Khaybar, we have many, many hadith from our Imams((عليه السلام)) that say it is allowed. These hadith were after Khaybar. So for us Shia, it is allowed. 2. The ban of Umar was a general ban, not a specific ban. He said, 'It is banned (prohibited'). He didn't add a condition to that (It is banned until x, y, z). He was
  10. Yes. I know how much a meter is. A few is not specific, so a few could mean 2,3,10,20, etc. You know that the mall is right next to the masjid, so in my mind that's a few. Sorry if there was a misunderstanding. The main point still stands. Wherever you have a lot of people, and a lot of foreigners, you will also have prostitutes. It doesn't matter if the place is Holy or not. Why would Iran stop people from doing Mutah ? It is legal in Iran. As for them being 'official places' I haven't seen any evidence of this. If you have evidence, please present it. The other thing I wanted to
  11. I was outside the masjid, near the mall, you know the big mall Al Saud built next to the Kaaba. If you went to Mecca you would know exactly where I am talking about. I never said they approached me inside the masjid, while doing Tawaf. Yes, there were police around, but so what ? When a women you don't know pulls on your arm and asks you if you want to go 'have fun' what do you think that is ? Yes, I know enough Arabic to know what they were saying. Of course you doubt it, I figured you would. You doubt when it's convenient for you to do that. BTW, no I didn't report it to the police, an
  12. I went to Hajj in 2016. I was approached (on more than 1 occasion) by prostitutes, albeit wearing abayas, a few meters from the Holy Kaaba. While I disagree with Al Saud government on many of their policies, and I have stated this very clearly here, I don't think they had anything to do with this. I never blamed them for this thing, in particular. The reason why is that I have traveled to many countries in the world and I am well aware that anywhere where you have lots of people, and especially lots of foreigners gatherer together, you will have prostitutes. In Iran, the prostitutes may call i
  13. I don't want to get involved in this thread, as these types of 'mutah' wars have been hashed and rehashed too much. But I need to respond to this fabrication that is being pushed above. There is no such things as what you are sayings. These are lies spread by BBC and others as part of the attempt by the West to demonize Iran. Iran is the current target, there have been other targets in the past and will be others in the future. I have known 10s of men who grew up in the West and either moved to Iran or stayed there long term. Some of them lived next to the Shrines. I asked many time
  14. It is a sin because we believe, as muslims, that God has prohibited men being sexually intimate with men and women being sexually intimate with women. In a nutshell that is why. The word Islam means submitting your will to God's will. The more extended meaning is when a situation arises where you want to do something or not do something but God has prohibited you from it ( in the first case) or required you to do it (in the second case), you do what God has willed and not what you want to do. If you look at the vast majority of things people do in their lives, most of these are not inclu
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