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Syed_ Rizvi

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  1. Wa Alaykom As Salaam dear Brother. Jazāk'Allāhu'Khayran and Thank You for the response and for sharing the Fatwa. It's not really doubt, it's more a fear/obsession that I may miss a microscopic part the body, where water was meant to fall. As a consequence I spend about four hours dousing the body under the shower to ensure nothing gets missed. I do suffer from Severe Clinical Depression and Mild Anxiety disorder, and take anti depressant medicine, so I'm not sure if this is linked to it.
  2. Salaam Alaykom. I didn't ask you whether I am sinning or not, I am asking for suggestions on how the duration of the Ghusl can be reduced?
  3. Salaam Alaykom Respected Brothers and Sisters. I hope that you are all well. A few years ago I was diagnosed with Severe Clinical Depression and Mild Anxiety disorder also. Since then whenever I perform a Ghusl, it takes me a minimum of at least FOUR hours. This is truly awful, as lots of water is being wasted, and despite that I am constantly filled with paranoia as to whether or not the Ghusl is valid. It is also incredibly exhausting. This has lead to major problems, for example, if Ghusl becomes obligatory upon me, and there is only an hour left for the prayer time, and my G
  4. Salaam Alaykom Brother, Aabiss Shakari. I am not sure, how closely, this links to what you are looking for, but the following, is an extract from a book, by Ayatollah Sistani, entitled: A code of practice for Muslims in the West: Question and Answer Select Work and Investment from submenu. Then, select, the Question and Answers section. You will find, the above question, at number 284. Wa Salaam.
  5. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  6. bro, please mail me if u read this comment at max.excel30@yahoo.com

  7. (bismillah) (salam) Thank you all for your highly valid contributions. May Allah (SWT) bless you all. (wasalam)
  8. (bismillah) (salam) respected brothers and sisters. May Allah (SWT) bless all of you. I recently typed in “Prophet Mohammed”, into Google, to see how many results would come up, and found the following website, coming up third, out of 923,000 sites. The website features highly crude, derogatory, disparaging insults, directed at the Holy Prophet of Islam. The website operates under the following domain: www.prophetmohammed.co.uk/ Please refrain from visiting this website, if possible, so that its hits are not increased. The entire website is designed to spread hatred, malice and spite, toward
  9. (bismillah) (salam) respected brothers and sisters. Before commenting on this issue, Please listen to the following lecture, which is in its entirety dedicated, to a discussion regarding this particular "Wife-Beating verse". The lecture was delivered by Sayed Ammar Nakshiwani, in 2007, in the month of Muharram: It can be downloaded over here: - Scroll down to lecture number 67 - Muharram 2007 - 67) Examining the "Wife Beating" Verse http://www.sayedammar.com/ Please listen to the lecture in its entirety, to gain full understanding. I hope this helps. (wasalam)
  10. (bismillah) Salaam Alaykom respected brothers and sisters. I hope that you are all well. I have a question: Today my younger brother (aged 11) came home from primary school, and told me the following: His teacher (A strict Christian) came to my brother, in the middle of the class and asked to speak with him. The teacher asked him the following questions: 1.)Why is the pig considered a dirty animal in your religion? 2.)Why are you not allowed to say the word pig, and rather pronounce it PIG? 3.)Why do you consider the pig to be an evil animal? It is after all a creature of god. How can the cre
  11. (bismillah) (salam) Yes, you are correct Sister, no approval is necessary at all. I shall start today (1st Sha’baan), reciting 2 Juz per day, and will be complete on the night of the 15th of Sha’baan, when I shall send the thawaab upon this blessed soul on this blessed night, Insha’Allah. May Allah (SWT) shower his blessings upon the soul of Sister Asha in abundance. "Oh soul at peace, return to your Lord, well pleased and well pleasing. Enter you among My servants! Enter My Paradise!" (89: 27-30) May Allah (SWT), grant Sister Cheyanna his safeguard and protection during this time of tribul
  12. Salaam Alaykum sister. Please refer to the following link, with regards your request: http://www.shiamasjid.net/books/TheHereAfter/. My sincere apologies for my delayed reply. Wa Salaam.

  13. Assalamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh dear brothers and sisters. My condolences to you all. Brother Yiligiz, you made an excellent suggestion when you said: Do you know, that Sister Asha once said: I do not see, why we, cannot do the same. Brother Yiligiz, your idea is truly exceptional. However your words must be turned into deeds. I would like to help make that small change from words to deeds. I promise to recite one full Quran for dear sister Asha. However, only if that is considered acceptable by the moderator of this quran recitation thread. Please could the moderator of t
  14. Assalamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh dear Sister Asha. I was deeply saddened on hearing of your recent tragic passing. You truly were a unique human being, with inner-qualities and character traits that are truly a rarity in the world of today’s society. Never, in my life have I come across a human being with such wondrous qualities of warmth, compassion, benevolence, selflessness and generosity. I consider you to be the personification of pure altruism, always placing others before yourself. If given a choice between an action, that produced a great benefit for yourself, and an act
  15. In the name of Allah (SWT), the beneficent, the merciful. Assalamu `alaykum wa rahmatullaah brothers and sisters. Wudu by itself is always a recommendable act in Islamic rituals, but it becomes obligatory in certain circumstances. One of such circumstances is the daily ritual prayers; and therefore it is important for every Muslim to know the method of wudu and its rules. The Qur'an says: O you who believe! When you stand up for ritual prayer (salat), wash your face and your hands up to the elbows, and wipe a part of your head and your feet up to ankles. (5:6) Before starting the wudu, make
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