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shadow_of_light

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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Diaz in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    Ancient people sacrificed their children for their fake gods and they really believed what they did was good and right. No parent has the right to inflict unnecessary pain to his child.
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    shadow_of_light reacted to Mortadakerim in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    So you can cut the head of your son, regardless of the pain?! You know the skull is not developed, very weak, and may have open spots? Would you then instead of cutting yourself, cut your vulnerable son?!
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    shadow_of_light reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    Salam Iran & religious scholars in Iran  introduces donating blood instead of Tatbir that Sheikh Zakzaky was main leader of it outside the Iran but Shirazi cult is trying to show it as  standing Iranian scholars against Tabir as a war against fundementals of Shia Islam & rest of Shia Muslims through the world & Shirazi cult is trying to show it's weird understanding from Shia Islam as only option & showing Iranian regime as an evil empire against Shias like as what Israel & Britain want from this cult.
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    shadow_of_light reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    Salam he asks about hitting your body until the location of hitting becomes black from hitting that ʾal-Shāyḵḫ Wāḥid ʾal-Ḵḫurāsani. allowed it but he doesn't talk about Tatbir but it seems you totally forgot Arabic language and as you try to relate it it to sheikh Khoei (رضي الله عنه)
    Grand Ayatullah Khoei
    “If blood matam and hitting oneself with chains, which are practiced in Muharram, cause serious harm, or harm or ridicule the religion and sect then it is impermissible.”
    Al-Masa’il al-Shar’iyah, istifta’at Imam Khoei, al-Ibadat and al-Tariq al-Najah, v.2, p.445
     
    (a) What is the order of the shariah about hitting (with) such “Qameh” or chains? Please explain in detail.
    Answer:
    Bisimihi Taala. This action has not been mentioned anywhere in the Holy Shariah. Not only that, but in any case it causes damage and becomes a source of mockery for the others, it is haraam.
    Question:
    “Hitting (one’s self) with chains and tatbir are from the rituals that we witness during the month of (Muharram). What is the ruling in the case of this action being harmful to the self along with bringing criticisms of others (towards the sect)?”
    Answer:
    “It is impermissible if it necessitates considerable harm, or entails degradation and humiliation.”
    Source: Sirat al-Najat, v. 2, Q 1404
    http://tatbir.org/?page_id=98
    Ayatullah Muhammad Wa’id Zadeh Khurasani
    “One of the duties of ulama is to stop the intrusion of innovations and deviations in the domain of religion. Among the obvious deviations is the practice of qameh-zani (striking one’s head with a dagger) in mourning ceremonies for Imam Husayn (A) and qufl-zani (placing a padlock on their bodies) both historic and as a forthright way of confronting of an Imam with the intention of fulfilment of a prayer and removing it on its fulfilment) witnessed during the commemoration of Imam Husayn’s (A) martyrdom. The Shi’ah ulama, well meaning people and reformers have been distressed about this obvious innovation (bid’at).”
    “Imam Khomeini and the Culture of Ashura”, 1995, page 140.
     
    Ayatullah Hassan Tehrani
      “In the present conditions, the issue that was mentioned causes harm to the Shia sect and is impermissible. Also, obeying the hukm of the Wali al-Faqih in this matter is necessary.”
    http://tatbir.org/?page_id=98
    none of narrations proves Tatbir & only talks about severe crying that has no connection to Tatbir but you are just making wrong conclusion & in the end you show it a just  Iranian standing against it based on false shirazi cult propaganda as always
    A Disturbing Innovation
    "Become an ornament for us, do not be a disgrace for us."
    ~ Imam al-Sadiq (a) ~
    "Look at the people of the Prophet's family. Adhere to their direction. Follow their footsteps because they would never let you out of guidance, and never throw you into destruction. If they sit down, you sit down, and if they rise up you rise up. Do not go ahead of them, as you would thereby go astray and go not lag behind them as you would thereby be ruined."
    ~ Imam Ali (a) ~
    http://tatbir.org
    The zealous advocates of the blood rituals put a huge emphasis on these acts and employ a lot of resources to promote their practice. Some of them can be quite hostile to those Shia who do not hold the these practices in such high esteem or consider the rituals to be detrimental to the image of Shia Muslims.
    We cannot say that Islam directly prohibits these rituals (as long as they are done without causing significant harm such as the loss of a limb, a bodily organ or a function of the body) because the rituals did not exist when the teachings of Islam were being revealed. Therefore the Qur'an and Sunnah do not address the permissibility of Tatbir and Zanjeer directly.
    According to the principles of Islamic jurisprudence, everything is considered permissible unless there is direct evidence for its prohibition. Thus the Shia scholars have not prohibited the blood shedding rituals on their own since the Qur'an and Sunnah do not speak about these actions. However the vast majority of contemporary Shia scholars have ruled that the rituals are forbidden on the condition that their performance would lead to the violation of other established Islamic principles (e.g. the prohibition of defaming the Shia faith).
    Unfortunately many supporters of the blood rituals flagrantly misrepresent the opinions of the leading Shia scholars by ignoring the rulings which prohibit these practices (due to them violating established Islamic principles) and they present the unmodified rulings which state their permissibility, without considering the prohibitive factors.
    http://tatbir.org
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    shadow_of_light reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    One of the earliest scholars against it was Ayatullah Mohsin al-Amin in the 1930s. Unfortunately he got so much backlash from the people and also low level scholars of Najaf that his treatise went down the drain and had no impact.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Abu Nur in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    According to Tabari, Aisha was born before Islam emerged. So when she got married, she was at least 15 or 16.
    According to Ibn-e Qatibeh Dinvari, she died at the age of 70 or 69 in the year 57 H.
    So she was around 15 years old when she married.
    There are more evidence that proves she was not 9...
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    This is a kind of Hijamat. It is much different from tatbir. If it is done by an experienced physician, it can have benefits for health. 
  9. Completely Agree
    shadow_of_light reacted to Diaz in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    This is why I love him, if I want to do taqleed, I will choose him. 
     
    Edit:- Ofc, there is a lot of reason why I love Sayyid Khamenei.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Diaz in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    This is a kind of Hijamat. It is much different from tatbir. If it is done by an experienced physician, it can have benefits for health. 
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Diaz in Do you agree with/practice Tatbir? [POLL]   
    This is violence against children!
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    It is really terrible that some scholars say "it is permissible even if the wife is a baby"!!!!
    A baby??!!!! 
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    shadow_of_light reacted to Mzwakhe in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    Think of the nature of relations between the granddad & the kid. It happens here as well outside the realm of Islam where families arrange for the two to be one fusion, rendering it legal unless the authorities come to render 'jungle laws' illegal. It being legal or not does not disturb, rather a child with an adult, sexually being intimate is what disturbs. 
    When you look at development & a child is not completely developed then that child bares a child & what comes out is a chain of incomplete line of poor development. We're not against religion & what was decreed as lawful. Religion requires the use of intellect. Halal is halal & intellect dictates that taking advantage of what is deemed halal to satisfy the base desires is dangerous.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Mzwakhe in Any Iranian ??   
    Ok....
    Pay scale...it depends on your job, your post, your CV (resume), your education, ....Unfortunately, most workers and farmers dont have enough incomes.
    Hospitality...again it depends. People are different. Some people may be kind to you and some not. I think that some non-Iranian muslims have an ideal image of Iran in their minds. So when they visit Iran, they may become surprised or even disappointed. Iran isnt an ideal country and the people are not ideal. There are good and bad people here like anywhere else.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    According to some historians , she was born 5 years before be'thah so she could not be 9 when she got married.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    وعن سيد الحفاظ أبي منصور الديلمي بإسناده أن عبدالله بن الحسن دخل على هشام بن عبدالملك وعنده الكلبي ، فقال هشام لعبد الله بن الحسن : يا أبا محمد! كم بلغت فاطمة بنت رسول الله من السن؟ فقال : بلغت ثلاثين فقال للكلبي : ما تقول؟ قال : بلغت خمسا وثلاثين ، فقال هشام لعبدالله : ألا تسمع ما يقول الكلبي؟ فقال عبدالله : يا أميرالمؤمنين سلني عن امي فأنا أعلم بها وسل الكلبي عن امه فهو أعلم بها.
    Hesham ibn Abd-al Malik asks Abdallah ibn Hassan (Imam Hassam's son): How long did Fatima(s) live?...he replied: 30 years.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    According to Tabari, Aisha was born before Islam emerged. So when she got married, she was at least 15 or 16.
    According to Ibn-e Qatibeh Dinvari, she died at the age of 70 or 69 in the year 57 H.
    So she was around 15 years old when she married.
    There are more evidence that proves she was not 9...
  18. Completely Agree
    shadow_of_light reacted to 3wliya_maryam in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    There are even narrations that say Fatima (عليه السلام) was older aswell when she got married.
    I know that it was a common thing back then, but there are even narrations which state that the Holy Prophet (sawas) would do something known as thighing (astaghfirullah) and Sunnis blieve that because it had to do with her young age, like thats just ridiculous. Not only that but there are many other narations which talk about the Prophet (sawas) having lustful desires. 
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    shadow_of_light reacted to 3wliya_maryam in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    There are narrations which state that Aisha was much older. The Holy Prophet (sawas) would never marry a child, its just absurd
     
  20. Completely Agree
    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Mzwakhe in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    It is really terrible that some scholars say "it is permissible even if the wife is a baby"!!!!
    A baby??!!!! 
  21. Completely Agree
    shadow_of_light got a reaction from aaaz1618 in Why did the Prophet marry a 9 year old?   
    According to Tabari, Aisha was born before Islam emerged. So when she got married, she was at least 15 or 16.
    According to Ibn-e Qatibeh Dinvari, she died at the age of 70 or 69 in the year 57 H.
    So she was around 15 years old when she married.
    There are more evidence that proves she was not 9...
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from habib e najjaar in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    خدا خیرت بده دم ظهری دلمون رو شاد کردی؛)
    بخصوص جمله یکی مونده به آخر خیلی جالب بود!!
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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    @Ibn al-Hussain
    پراید چهل میلیونی که انتظارشو دارین
    Vs
    پراید چهل میلیونی که تحویلت میدن

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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    خدا خیرت بده دم ظهری دلمون رو شاد کردی؛)
    بخصوص جمله یکی مونده به آخر خیلی جالب بود!!
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    پراید ماشین ضعیفیه. تو تصادفها مچاله میشه.
    بنزین یارانه داره تا جایی که میدونم. این رو گفتید من شک کردم چون خودم رانندگی نمیکنم ولی زنگ زدم پرسیدم گفتند یارانه داره
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