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Laayla

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  1. Assalam Alikum dear sister,  what happened to you?  Are you okay?

  2. Sister @notme The thing with titles is, we don't know what they mean by saying "moderate" Who is a moderate according to Americans? Irshad Manji LA , the lesbian that wants to reform Islam Noor Taguri LA , the sick freak that went on Playboy mag Nadia Ali LA , the erotic dancer/pornographic actress who says she also prays and fasts, I know right?!?!?!?! My standard is NEVER to please what people want from me, but what rab al 3lameen guided me through Qur'an and Ahulbayt.
  3. Let's say a corrupt sheikh went ahead and married two people of the same sex, it would still be invalid in the eyes of God. Even if the whole world 7 billion people all agreed with same sex marriage, in God's laws it is INVALID. God hasten the appearance of Imam Mahdi. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  4. In recent congressional testimony, Sec. of State Pompeo linked Iran to al Qaeda and 9/11 and would not say whether he would apply the 2001 war authorization (AUMF) to Iran. Col. Larry Wilkerson discusses the implications.
  5. Laayla

    Does God exist?

    Alhamd'Allah sister, I'm glad you are feeling better. God bless you.
  6. @Lebanese313 @7ssein Ali Akbar (عليه السلام) took after the Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) in chivalry, magnamity and mercy April 16, 2019/in Featured, Shia Studies / SHAFAQNA- Who is the symbol of dedicated young men in Karbala? Ali Akbar the son of Imam Hussain (as): he who was a distinguished and exemplary young man among the youth of Bani Hashim. A young man who enjoyed both outward and inward beauties. He was a young man who was aware of Imam Hussain’s right to the Imamate and Wilayah and coupled it with courage, dedication and readiness to camp the enemy’s atrocities by using his power, liveliness and youthfulness to achieve his lofty goal and ideal. This is very valuable. This outstanding and distinguished young man went on to fight the enemy in the battlefield, in front of his father and the women in the camps who were worried about his wellbeing, and his corpse was brought back to the camp while soaked in blood. Such a loss and the grief is not a trivial thing; but, this move made by him to go into the battlefield and get ready to fight the enemy is the embodiment of glory, nobility, and a source of honour and pride for Muslims. This is why God says: “All Glory belongs to God, His Messenger and the believers.” Hussain Ibn Ali (عليه السلام) also displayed spiritual glory when he sent his young son into the battlefield. This means he firmly protected the flag of Islam’s glory and rule—which signifies the border between Islamic Imamate and the reign of the infidels—even if it costs the life of his beloved young son. During his childhood, Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) was loved by the Prophet (sawa) and he loved him back, excessively. The Imam (عليه السلام) was about seven years old when the Prophet passed away. The image of the Prophet (sawa) remained in the psyche of Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) as an everlasting memory; his love for the Prophet dwelled in his heart. Then God bestowed the child Ali Akbar (عليه السلام) upon Imam Hussain (عليه السلام). When the child grows up and becomes a teenager Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) realizes his son’s face is exactly like that of the Prophet’s (sawa). The face that he held so dearly was now reflected in this youth, so similar to his grandfather. And when he spoke, his voice resembled that of the Prophet (sawa). Moreover, his manners resembled the Prophet’s (sawa); he was equally gallant, magnificent and noble. Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) said, “Whenever we missed the Prophet, we would look at this young man.” In his youth Ali Akbar (عليه السلام) chose the battlefield and conducted so courageously when he routed a large number of enemies. https://en.shafaqna.com/91813/Ali-Akbar-as-took-after-the-Prophet-(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)-in-chivalry-magnamity-and-mercy/ What did Ali Akbar say to his father Husayn [A]? | Shaykh Amin Rastani The path of Imam Husayn was a continuation of the path of the Holy Prophet and the Prophets of the past. The great personalities of the past have brought the message this far. They did their job. Now we must do ours and carry this message forward...
  7. @Hussain_15121472 Brother Assalam Alikum Depends on your marja3 brother Sayyid Seeistani, after ghusul Joum3 wudthu is not necessary. Sayyid al Qa2d Khamanei, after ghusul Joum3, Wudthu is necessary. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  8. Laayla

    Does God exist?

    Bismehe Ta3ala Brother iiii Assalam Alikum. It must be very frustrating, thank you for putting out a vulnerable part of your life and sharing with us what you are going through. Just know you are not the only one facing hurdles in life. Each and every one of us are going through difficulty. But as brother Insh'Allah said, you trusted a girl and you put incredible amount of time with her and in return she kicked you out to the curb. If you want to blame someone it would be her and not Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Take it as a learning experience and then in the future the amount of time you spent with her instead you would focus and concentrate on yourself. As you can see it wasn't worth it. It didn't work out for you this time, but keep trying and ask Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) for help and ask Ahulbayt to intercede in helping you. God bless you and Insh'Allah as today is the birthday anniversary of Ali al Akbar, may you be successful in your studies and your hardwork will eventually payoff. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah More about blaming, from Brenee Brown (less than 4 mins)
  9. Bismehe Ta3ala Assalam Alikum Lol, brother you are tagging the wrong Layla, haha. It's wonderful to see someone your age here, my child was looking at my screen and smirked today when he saw me type fassadbook, maybe one day they will join as well. I joined in my early youth and stayed ever since. So many events happened in my life, and I've always had an interest in world events, politics and most importantly my religion. Brother Leb 313, SHN reputation is known to the people who love him or despise him. Just be yourself, I just didn't want you to be surprised if you saw users who would talk ill of the Sayyid on a Shia site, unfortunately. I hope you stay firm and steadfast on this noble path. Of course there are members here who also respect and adore him, Alhamd'Allah. Ahlan wa sahlan feeq. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  10. Laayla

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    Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum I made 3 kilos of this. Stuffed koussa in tomatoe sauce JustPaleoFood.com
  11. Bismehe Ta3ala, Assalam Alikum All the lebs that were here years age are either banned, unsubscribed because they can't stand the Muslim libtards (just look on the first page of the mb) and left where there interests are to the friends they made on social media. I have argued for leniency to unban , avoiding silencing others , and the removal of fassadbook to be synced with ShiaChat. Alhamd'Allah, for me the pros still outweigh the cons. @Lebanese313 Just a precaution, you have people who will on the get go not like you because who you put up on your profile pic. Their politics is for imperialism and have favoritism for western influence around the world. Be on the lookout I hope you enjoy your time here on ShiaChat. M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah
  12. When 7-Eleven owner Jay Singh say a young thief in his store, he confronted him. Then he responded with kindness. Dean Reynolds explains.
  13. Sister @786 Bismehe Ta3ala Assalam Alikum. I hope you are well and in good health. Prostitution in its name and all it implies is negative and haram. It's not fair of you to say a practice allowed by God as halal "prostitution". Please be careful of what you are saying, you may be sinning without knowing because you have allowed your feelings to downgrade a hallal practice. Sister it is a world of a difference between haram and hallal. There are severe consequences in haram relationships, such as illegitimate children, corruption, and most importantly the displeasure and anger of God. If you dislike everything muta stands for, there is no need for you to observe it. But for other Muslims who want to follow a hallal lifestyle and not a life of sinful practices this is what sharee3a allows. I hope I was able to clear up the difference between prostitution and temporary marriage. M3 Salamah, Fe Amin Allah
  14. What did she say? The "some people did something" quote was from a speech Ms Omar gave to a civil rights group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (Cair), on 23 March. In the 20-minute speech she discussed issues affecting the community like Islamophobia and the recent mosque attack in New Zealand. The comments in Mr. Trump's video were taken from a point she made about the treatment of US Muslims in the aftermath of the 11 September attacks: "Here's the truth. For far too long we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and, frankly, I'm tired of it, and every single Muslim in this country should be tired of it. Cair was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties." After the Washington Post fact-checked the statement to clarify Cair was actually founded in 1994, a spokesman for Ms Omar told the paper that she misspoke and meant to say the organisation's size had doubled after the attacks.
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