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YaQaim

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About YaQaim

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  • Birthday 03/06/2007

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  1. wa 'alaykumas salaam dear brother, thankyou so much for your reply- i wasn't expecting one this quick! i'm 15- i think that i will try them through their website- do you have any suggextions about who to email, because i emailed one person weeks ago and still got no reply, which is why i posted my q's here??? btw, are you coming, brother? thankyou really much, barikallahu feek fi amanillah
  2. (bismillah) i would really like to go, but i have some questions... how old do you have to be? what's the minimum age? it doesn't say anywhere, can someone help please?? also, are there 2 seperate trips- 1 to iran and 1 to iraq- or is there 1 trip to both iran and iraq?? isn't the trip usually to iran only?? i really need these questions answered so could you please help me out asap, thankyou!
  3. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  4. assalamu alaikum dearest brother. how are you?

  5. wa alaikassalam wr wb

    i am bro. yaQaim, from london =)

  6. W.SLAM..

    FAHEEM ABBAS RAWAL PINDI

    U.?

  7. wa alaikissalam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. =) you are right! there are places in the world which are not materialistic, some places are more like heaven!

    but where i live, i think it is materialistic =(

    hmm, where do you live, sister?

  8. sallllllllllllm:)

    you are live in Materialistic world?but i think that all of world dont Materialistic!

  9. assalamu alaikum brother. what is your name?

  10. wa alaikassalam. how are you ? =)

  11. wa alaikassalamu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh dear brother. please accept my condolences on the martrydom anniversary of Imam al Sajjad (as). i am missing you too. how is your family? how are you?? insha Allah, please stay in touch. what is new?

  12. Assalamu alaikum, dear brother.

    how are you?

    I miss you. I hope and pray that Allah gives me the honour to meet you again some time.

    don't forget me in your Du'as.

    eltemase doa

    mohtajam bedoa

    wassalam

  13. great? if he was so great he wudnt have caused all them problems he did in the mosque ive been brought up in.... who is he to come n try n stop a tradition thats been running in the mosque for more than 17 years, who was the Prophet (pbuh) to come and stop the idol worship of the pre islamic arabs- traditions which had been going on for centuries? who is he to come n try and stop the jalooses which are run and call them pointless, when did he ever say that? who is he to compare the people killed in the iraq war to the people of Karbala. Isn't that the whole point of Imam Husain's (as) sacrifice? "Every day is Ashura. Every land is Karbala How can a man that causes so much Fitna be called great? well, at the time of Jahiliyyah, the pre Islamic arabs would have considered the Prophet (pbuh) to be causing fitnah- not to mention that Yazeed and his followers would have considered Imam Husain (as) himself to be causing fitna. people are jus blind to this because he reads a good Dua Kumayl... no, that is certainly not the case. People want the easy way out- it's easy to go to a majlis, and only hear fadha-il of Ahlulbait (as) and the rewards of hearing them, and then go home. But that is not what we need. Yes, fadha-il of Ahlulbait (as) are important, but what use is it just sitting there, listening to them, and then going home- what have you gained? Allah (swt) sent Ahlulbait (as) to be role models for us- so we should live our life as if we were their shadows. The problem is that when a servant of Imam Husain (as) comes and tells people that they must also play a part (ie do something), people don't like it. Why? Because it's easier just to sit around and do nothing while so many innocent people are being murdered- and if someone reminds people that they also have a duty towards them, then people start feeling guilty- so they prefer not to hear such speakers. And Allah (swt) knows best.
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