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  1. In the modern economy, most couples are working (in one way or another), which means that most individuals (men and women) will (at some point) take up some of the cooking/cleaning responsibilities. If you are a woman who plans on having children, then there will be long periods of time where you are at home (especially when the kids are very young) and your husband may need to be working harder. In those situations, you may need to do more cooking and cleaning while he is at work. This however is the general trend, and not necessarily the case in every house. @starlight put it best: no c
  2. These are some narrations on the matter (have not checked their asaneed): 41 - في عيون الأخبار في باب مجلس الرضا عليه السلام عند المأمون مع أهل الملل والمقالات وما أجاب به علي بن الجهم في عصمة الأنبياء صلوات الله عليهم حديث طويل وفيه يقول عليه السلام: واما قوله في يوسف عليه السلام: ولقد همت به وهم بها فإنها همت بالمعصية وهم يوسف بقتلها ان أجبرته لعظم ما تداخله، فصرف الله عنه قتلها والفاحشة، وهو قوله: كذلك لنصرف عنه السوء والفحشاء يعني القتل والزنا. In `Uyoon Akhbar ar-Rida: In the chapter on the gathering of ar-Rida عليه السلام at [the court of] al-Ma'mun with the People of the
  3. Salam, brothers and sisters please for the sake and love you have for imam Hussayn (عليه السلام) pray for me I need to be pregnant after having misscarriage in May 2020 please

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      WS, will pray for you

  4. Sometimes ‘Allamah al-Majlisi explains the strength of a hadith despite its technical weak isnad in Mir’at al-‘Uqul. It’s important that we read his commentary in Mir’at al-‘Uqul and not just the grading. “Mu’tabar” can be vague.
  5. Religion and science have been compartmentalized by artificial frames. However, they each must be challenged to rise above their imposed limitations. An essay by Dr. Idris Samawi Hamid. http://www.bliis.org/essay/religion-science/
  6. The Historicity of Ziyarat al-Jami’a al-Kabira This article explores the sources, transmission, context, content, and controversies of Ziyārat al-Jāmiʿa al-Kabīra. The ziyāra is a text in the collective memory of the Imāmī Shīʿī milieu that has been the subject of many commentaries. Ziyārat al-Jāmiʿa al-Kabīra contains many cross-references to Quranic verses, Shīʿī aḥadīth, and other duʿā’ material. The transmission of the ziyāra has been the subject of criticism by some contemporary figures, but this article seeks to position this ziyāra in its appropriate historical context by demonstra
  7. I don't take my knowledge from Wikipedia. A fasiq is not always a kafir. A fasiq is anyone with a reputation of sinning in public. All people sin, but there is a difference between sinning privately and repenting, and sinning publicly and not repenting. A fasiq can still be forgiven and pardoned by Allah, and a fasiq can cease their sinning and repent, and become a righteous person in the sight of Allah. I agree, not praying is a far heavier sin than abandoning hijab out of taqsir. No debate there. This is not a male-female issue - I'll call any man a fasiq if he is publicly sinning
  8. The woman wearing less has other pressures to wrestle with: the pressure to keep up with the latest fads, styles, and brands; to pressure to work to afford all of this, the pressure to be sexy/hot, the pressure of having your body being judged and compared by men, the pressure of jealousy from other women, the pressure riya'. No one denies that wearing a khimar has its difficulties, especially in warmer weather (most western countries are cold for half the year, so this is less of an excuse here). But this does not mean that the freedom of the alternative needs to be idealized and envied.
  9. Ws, From my understanding: 1st century - early 2nd century manuscripts have been found of Sahifa Hammam bin Munabbah and components of Kitab Sulaym b. Qays. I don't know about the manuscript tradition of Muwatta' Malik b. Anas, Musannaf b. Abi Shaybah, Musannaf `Abd ar-Razzaq, and the 16 Usul, but I believe they can be accurately dated to the time allotted above. I would not take the survival of these works in later compilations to be a reason for much doubt. Once these small booklets were put into larger compilation, there was no need to carefully preserve the booklets a
  10. The fitra of all people is to be nice. This is the nature built into them. But, we weren't just created to be nice; we were created to know the Creator. (51:56) Someone may be "nice", but they tacitly support an oppressor, making no effort to alleviate the suffering of others. They may be nice, but they have unjustly aborted a child. They may be nice, but they don't respect the body that Allah has trusted them with. They may be nice, but they live off of the exploitation of persecuted peoples. They may be nice, but they have cut off a blood relative out of resentment. They may be nice, bu
  11. What is the approximate demographic of your department (percentage of male/female, race, religion, political leanings)? What is done to train officers to properly understand and interact with people of colour / minorities? What about Muslims? Have you encountered any incidents of racism or prejudice? How do officers and investigators prioritize cases?
  12. A companion asked the Prophet Muhammad about the apostles of Jesus, so he said, "They were of his elite and his best. They were twelve ascetic individuals who were eager to come to the aid of Allah and His messenger. They had no pride, no weakness, and no doubt. They would support him with insight, force, sternness, and suffering." The companion asked, "So who are your apostles, O Messenger of Allah?" So he said, "The twelve Imams after me." أبوالمفضل ، عن رجاء بن يحيى العبرتائي الكاتب ، عن محمد بن خلاد الباهلي ، عن معاذ بن معاذ ، عن ابن عون ، عن هشام بن زيد ، عن أنس بن مالك ق
  13. Personally I would advise virginity until permanent marriage; then if they are widowed or divorced, they could do as they please.
  14. Zina is just as haram for men as it is for women, full stop. Culturally, there are reasons why double standards exist. For most men, to even consider marriage, you must be financially independent. It's very difficult to marry permanently before 25; and even marrying before 30 requires one to be very proactive, mature, go through rejections, etc. Muslim women on the other hand are regularly approached for marriage before 30. Regardless of where they are, what they're wearing or who they are with, they are pursued. It does not matter if they're still in school/college, it does not matt
  15. First it is important to understand the concept of a Messiah. Messiah comes from the Hebrew word Moshiach and the Arabic word Messih, and it means "anointed one". In the way that kings and consecrated objects were anointed with oils, the scriptures talk of those whom God has anointed for sanctity and authority. In the Old Testament, the word "messiah" has been used to describe King David (2 Samuel 23:1), the Persian King Cyrus (Isaiah 24:38), and even inanimate objects. Most notably, the Jewish scriptures (both the OT and other scriptures) talks of the messiahs to come in the End Times
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