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Laayla last won the day on February 18

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    matal wa3id ya sahib al zaman?

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  1. My intuition is saying this is a WOEman poster and a one day bot visit. As you can see, they are trying to plant in your mind that many Muslim girls are in haram relationships. I love the choice of the user name, it will NEVER be fashionable for our dignified women to have illegitimate relationships with non mahrams. Stop spamming on the forums!
  2. My dear Lady, Sayyida Zainab, how does one witness all her family members dismembered, beheaded and trampled on, and you rose and spoke with fervor, "I saw nothing but beauty" 

    Ya Allah, show me and help me understand haq al m3rifat of Sayyida Zaynab 3laha Salam.

  3. Bismehe Ta3ala At 13 you met this boy. You are indicating you have committed haram. So you both are Muslims, have the option of mut3, or marriage and you still opt with haram. You knew these options are available to you and still commit haram. What is the point of your thread? You also conclude that he can't propose to you because you are only 19, by your logic, you can't have hallal relations because you are young, but you can have haram relations from 13-19. Any God fearing Muslim, will tell you to stop this relationship, but you are insisting you can't and then insult to injury you want to ask Allah for forgiveness, but you are not willing to end this haram relationship. You know what is halal and haram! Yet, you want to continue with your animalistic desires and reject what Islam asks for chaste, respectable, self dignified human beings. Stop this forbidden relationship. Seek tawba and istighfar, the month of Ramadan is around the corner. You can not guarantee you will live to see this month. Cut all ties with him and start with a clean slate. Repent a sincere repentance and a promise to Allah not to return to such satanic acts. Astgfor'Allah rabi wa atoob elayk M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  4. Bismehe Ta3ala Assalam Alikum Brother Insh'Allah you come back soon! Although for the month of Ramadan, if you can make it to the ziyarahs for our Imams, do so. Especially, the last 10 days. No better place to be, than in the presence of our Imams. It's best to come to Beirut before the summer, to avoid the humidity and heat. As you know we have electricity shortages, so if you want to come again, I recommend visit during the spring or fall. I don't know how your Arabic is, but if you are fluent, I highly recommend to come during Muharram, Mash'Allah the Dahiya is jam-packed with majalis, programs, all over town. Khayr Insh'Allah, glad to hear you had a good time. God bless you brother. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  5. Bismehe Ta3ala Assalam Alikum Remember those fellas hahaha? Many of them got banned, and those who didn't, left because their friends were no longer on the forum. Ask mods if they hidden the thread or see if you can find it in the cache version. If you end up coming, you will be impressed of the developments and changes that have occurred in the South and in the Dahiya. The Museum you are referring to is in Mleeta and yes they do have English tour guides! For the most part, did you enjoy your time here? What were some of the pros and cons you experienced as a tourist? I still remember the picture you shared of your hotel room by the sea. SUB7AN'Allah, nice crisp blue sea and sunny! M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  6. Ohhhh, that's right, remember your thread about your travels to Beirut? Would you visit again? Did you end up going to the Dahiya? M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  7. Bismehe Ta3ala Assalam Alikum In Lebanon, many people who drive vans, truck drivers, taxi drivers carry metal rods, sticks, and bats. It's not a joke, road rage happens on a daily basis. I've seen people who ride scooters and motorcycles who are loaded with guns. My secret? Just think everyone is in a hurry to go to the bathroom. Smile, nod, and higher the volume of the radio, so the car horn doesn't distract you. Happy driving. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  8. Brothers and sisters Assalam Alikum. Whatever is in your power and means, do not choose to stay quiet. Now is the time to voice your dismay about the Tyrants of Sauood. Please stay informed of the events taking place and do what you can to raise awareness. So many people continue to die from this cursed family, Insh'Allah their end is near, behaq Mohammed wa Ahli Mohammed.
  9. Bismehe Ta3ala It may be the official Twitter for Ahmedinejad, but that doesn't mean he is posting. Most likely it is hacked, or someone else who Ahmedinejad gave access to. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  10. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. Thank you for explaining Hajj @Abu Hadi. Unfortunately, GoT has reached worldwide. Your beautiful and precise explanation of the effects of the screens harming our families is true and we are seeing the consequences everyday. Your experience with your former colleague working in the CIA and admitting to brainwashing the masses is just a confirmation of the soft war or the social engineering as sister @Shia farm girl talked about in the Hollywood thread. As you already know Hajj, the gov't banned certain channels in America like Al Manar and other Iranian TV stations because they understand the power and influence of media. God keep us steadfast in the religion. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  11. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. Condolences to the Imam of our Time for the oppressed and barbaric killing of our Hijazi brothers. This is Karbala 2019. While the world was focused on the tragic events of the Easter Massacre, they Tyrants of Sauod used this timing to slaughter the lovers of AhulBayt. If only our Christian brothers and sisters understood the same killers behind the terrorist attacks, have killed us for centuries, even till now. Inna lil Allah wa inna elahi raj3oun. God hasten the return of the Master of the Time. al fatiha. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  12. Please recite fatiha for the deaths of our Shia brothers and sisters killed by the House of Sa3ood LA . The beheadings and hangings occured today. Saudi Arabia executes 37 on ‘terror charges’ as crackdown widens Tue Apr 23, 2019 02:22PM [Updated: Tue Apr 23, 2019 02:41PM ] Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says it has executed 37 people in a single day “in connection with terrorism crimes,” as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, human rights activists and intellectuals widens in the kingdom. The Arabic-language Saudi Arabian daily newspaper Okaz, citing a statement issued by the ministry, the death penalty was implemented Tuesday “on a number of culprits for adopting extremist terrorist ideologies and forming terrorist cells to corrupt and disrupt security as well as spread chaos and provoke sectarian strife.” The statement added that the executions took place in the capital Riyadh, the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina, the central province of Qassim, oil-rich and Shia-populated Eastern Province and the kingdom’s southern province of Asir. The convicts were all Saudi nationals. Meanwhile, the Arabic-language Ahrar television network, in a post published on its official Twitter page, reported that imprisoned Shia activists were among those executed by Saudi authorities. See قناة أحرار's other Tweets Earlier this month, Amnesty International warned that Saudi Arabia is making use of the death penalty to crush opposition figures. The London-based rights group said Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor was seeking the death penalty for more people, noting that prominent preacher Sheikh Salman al-Awdah was one of those targeted for execution. PressTV-Amnesty: Saudi uses death penalty to crush dissidents Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia systematically uses the death penalty to crush opposition figures. The Prisoners of Conscience, which is an independent non-governmental organization advocating human rights in Saudi Arabia, also announced in a post on its official Twitter page that Awdah, along with two other clerics, identified as Awad al-Qarni and Ali al-Omari, had been in prison for 19 months with no legal reasons. The activists were detained in a sweeping crackdown weeks before Saudi Arabia overturned the world's only ban on female motorists on June 24, 2018. The women had staunchly advocated for the right to drive. PressTV-Saudi court postpones hearing in trial of female activists A court official told some of the relatives the session was cancelled due to the judge’s "private reasons." Over the past years, Riyadh has redefined its anti-terrorism laws to target activism. Tuesday’s mass execution was Saudi Arabia's largest in the past three years. In January 2016, Saudi authorities executed Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr, who was an outspoken critic of the Riyadh regime, along with 46 other men on terrorism charges. Nimr had been arrested in Qatif, Eastern Province, in 2012. Saudi Arabia has stepped up politically-motivated arrests, prosecution and conviction of peaceful dissident writers and human rights campaigners. PressTV-Saudi journalist sentenced to 5 years in jail in secret trial Saudi officials have secretly tried prominent journalist Ali al-Dhafiri and sentenced him to five years in prison. Saudi officials have also intensified crackdown in the country's Shia-populated Eastern Province. Eastern Province has been the scene of peaceful demonstrations since February 2011. Protesters have been demanding reforms, freedom of expression, the release of political prisoners, and an end to economic and religious discrimination against the oil-rich region. The protests have been met with a heavy-handed crackdown by the regime, with regime forces increasing security measures across the province.
  13. Assalam alikum brother,

    do you know where the thread for Shias being killed is?  They used to have it pinned on the top of the poltics thread but with the fluid system, I can't find anything.  Today there was many Shias who were hanged or beheaded in Saudia and I want to post about it.  Unfortunately this won't be reported or heard by many Shias and I want to recognize the crimes that Ahul Saood committed.

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      @Laayla The thread you asked about is still available, Sister. Six months after the topic became inactive, it was unpinned. 


  14. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. Nothing positive marrying into those who love the enemies of Sayyida Fatima az Zahra. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  15. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum. Mash'Allah, I'm glad to see ShiaChat members have hindsight of the dangers of what the media wants to instill into our youth. We have a lot of areas we need to tackle in regards to providing an alternative media source for our youth. We are in desperate need of English entertainment shows to attract the Muslim youth. Some youth were attracted to the ISIS media and left their countries and joined them, others are totally lost within secular society. And just where is the middle ground? I wish conferences like UMMAH, Muslim Congress, Naynawah work on such projects for the future. Brothers and Sisters as we are winding down on the month of Rasoul Allah, please recite this dhikr. Ask Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for guidance, take steps to seek closeness to Him, give sadaqa everyday even if its a small amount, for the remaining days of this holy month. God protect you all from harm and the whispers of the accursed Satan and from evil doings of people. @Abu Hadi @Ibn al-Hussain @smhr63
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