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  1. Slm, sister please include me in your prayers. May Allah bless me with righteous children. Thanks

  2. Salam Alaikum, I am going through a very difficult phase in life and I request all of you to please make Dua for me. Turbulent times in my married life.... need all your Duas... Please keep me in your duas and pray to Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì to relieve me of this problem behaqqe Sayyeda (as) wa Abeeha wa Ba'luha wa Baneeha (as). Ameen. Ilahi Aameen. JazaakAllah Khair. Wsalam, Your sister-in-faith
  3. Turbulent times in my married life.... need all your Duas...
  4. Salam Alaikum, I am going through a very difficult phase in life and I request all of you to please make Dua for me. Please keep me in your duas and pray to Allah (SWT) to relieve me of this problem behaqqe Sayyeda (as) wa Abeeha wa Ba'luha wa Baneeha (as). Ameen. Ilahi Aameen. JazaakAllah Khair. Wsalam, Your sister-in-faith
  5. wao! What a quote! Perhaps Zakir Naik is one of those educated people ;) ??

  6. (bismillah) (salam) Ayahs from the Holy Quran regarding Hijab: Surah an-Nur ayah 31 says: Wa qul li al-mu'minat yaghdudna min absarihinna wa yahfazna furujahunna wa laa yubdina zenatahunna illa maa zahara min haa wal-yadribna bi khumurihinna ala juyubihinna; wa laa yubdina zenatahunna illa li bu'ulatihinna aw aba'ihinna aw aba'i bu'ulatihinna aw abna'ihinna aw abna'i bu'ulatihinna aw ikhwanihinna aw bani ikhwanihinna aw bani akhawatihinna aw nisa'ihinna aw maa malakat aymanu hunna aw at-tabi'ina ghayri ulu'l-irbat min ar-rijal aw at-tifl alladhina lam yazharu ala awrat an-nisa wa laa yadribna bi arjulihinna li yu'lama maa yukhfina min zenatahinna. Wa tubu ilaAllahi jami'an, ayyuha al-mu'minun la'allakum tuflihun And say to the faithful women to lower their gazes, and to guard their private parts, and not to display their beauty except what is apparent of it, and to extend their headcoverings (khimars) to cover their bosoms (jaybs), and not to display their beauty except to their husbands, or their fathers, or their husband's fathers, or their sons, or their husband's sons, or their brothers, or their brothers' sons, or their sisters' sons, or their womenfolk, or what their right hands rule (slaves), or the followers from the men who do not feel sexual desire, or the small children to whom the nakedness of women is not apparent, and not to strike their feet (on the ground) so as to make known what they hide of their adornments. And turn in repentance to Allah together, O you the faithful, in order that you are successful Surah al-Ahzab ayah 59 says: Ya ayyuha an-Nabiyy qul li azwajika wa banatika wa nisa al-mu'minin yudnina alayhinna min jalabib hinna; dhalika adna an yu'rafna fa laa yu'dhayn. Wa kana Allahu Ghafur Rahim O Prophet! Say to your wives and your daughters and the women of the faithful to draw their outergarments (jilbabs) close around themselves; that is better that they will be recognized and not annoyed. And God is ever Forgiving, Gentle
  7. (bismillah) (salam) The SYED/NOn-Syed debate (with regards to marriage), has been quite a heated one, especially amongst people belonging to the Indian Subcontinent.... Earlier, my parents too (who are Syeds themselves) didnt believe in giving their daughter's hand in marriage to a non-syed.... but Alhamdullilah, they changed their minds, understanding that this issue is, but only a cultural obstruction... I had posted a reply in a similar post earlier, and would like to repeat myself again... The reality is, unfortunately, today, many sisters (and brothers) remain unmarried even after they cross the age of 30 (or why stop at 30, even 40+), just because they couldn't find the 'Mister/ Miss Perfect'. Also, many of these obstacles arise (even though the daughter or son is willing to get married) due to many parents following their 'cultural criteria' more than the 'Islamic criteria'. And this I have seen happening mostly in the Indian Subcontinent, or amongst people belonging to the Indian Subcontinent... Indian/Pakis... A very important point to be noted here is that 'culture' (the man-made one which many of us follow; Indian culture/Paki culture) and 'Deen' (Allah's Islam) are two different things. In fact, it can be said that: Islam is a UNIVERSAL and ADAPTABLE culture in ITSELF, for it is A WAY OF LIFE.... Coming back to the 'cultural criteria' , in the eyes of many parents of children awaiting to get married, include: 'SAYED/NON-SAYED', 'ISTEKHARA COMPATABILITY TEST', 'A LIST OF MUST-HAVE THINGS FOR THE GROOM/BRIDE-to-be' (such as a PhD, fair complexion, a mercedes benz, a penthouse!!)... On the other hand, the Islamic Criteria, for the selection of a spouse is very simple and straight and the only CRITERIA which is supposed to be practiced. Since Islam has annulled any rules regarding to differences on the basis of race/ ethnicity and so on, there is no reason for us (Shias) to segregate between our brothers. The ISLAMIC CRITERIA includes: FAITH, ILM, AKHLAQ and KHANDAAN..... The HOLY PROPHET (pbuh) HAS SAID: A mu’min is one who has a good character, follows the faith implicitly, and he is the kufuor match for another mu’min. If such a person asks for the hand of your daughter in marriage, agree to the proposal. On another occasion, he (pbuh) said: “If you find a boy whose akhlaq (ethics) are good and follows the Faith properly, give your daughter in marriage to him. If matches are made without considering the aspects of akhlaq and faith, it will cause mischief and disturbance in the Islamic Society. Especially, regarding the SYED/NON-SAYED part, i would like to say that we should not forget that we (AZadare-Husain) are born out of the DUA of BIBI SAYYEDA (as); as Mu'mins, we are ALL equal in her eyes - we are ONE. Another very important point is DELAYING MARRIAGES INCULCATES MANY VICES IN THE SOCIETY... and many of us can witness that these are taken place even within the homes of our Mo'min brothers.... Its high time we actually start practicing Islamic values and principles which we have ignored due to our so-called 'culture', for remember, WE have to create a strong society of soldiers for the army of the HOLY AWAITED IMAM (atfs). Islam has made life very simple for us. Unfortunately, it is we who are making life miserable for ourselves :dry: !! (wasalam) :angel:
  8. JazakAllah.., Maula Qubool karain...
  9. (salam) Brother... what are you saying? "I know her behavior towards Ahlulbayt wasn't good ".... Does this mean we forget Tabbarra. (one of the Furu'-e-deen???))... And y do u forget that the Prophet (pbuh) himself prayed to Allah (swt) in Hadith-e-Kisa: "O Allah, these are the people of my Household (Ahlul-Bayt). They are my confidants and my supporters. Their flesh is my flesh and their blood is my blood. Whoever hurts them, hurts me too. Whoever displeases them, displeased me too. I am at war with those at war with them. I am at peace with those at peace with them. I am the enemies of their enemies and I am the friend of their friends. They are from me and I am from them." Was it not this this BIBI in JAMAL AGAiNST MAULA ALI (as)!!? (wasalam)
  10. ^^ Brother, his words reflect nothing but ignorance and the Bughz' (Hatred) of Ali (as) pouring from his heart... (nothing new, 1400 years and stilll....) I personally think such comments are wild and a waste of time to even think about.... Our personal 'Aqeeda is this: The Prophet (s) said, "Exemption from the Hellfire comes with love for Ali (a)." (Mustadrak Al-Sahihain of Al-Hakim Al-Nisabori, 2/241; Tarikh Baghdad of Al-Khateeb Al-Baghdadi, 6/851; Akhtab Khawarizm, 86; Ibn Al-Maghazeli, 90.) We dont need to feel disheartened by baseless allegations.... :yaali:
  11. ^^thnx for the above mentioned book... JazakAllah Khair.. very interesting... FOr those who want to read it online... here's the link: http://www.al-islam.org/mahdi/nontl/Toc.htm (wasalam) :yaali:
  12. (salam) Muhaddasa Al Hawra Mubaaraka Not sure though... :unsure: (wasalam)
  13. (salam) First of all don't pluck them out.... It will result in more white hair..... Secondly, Rub the nails of your hands with each other for as long as possible- 10 minutes, everyday, would be enough. (This is a yoga technique, and I have tried it myself... it really works)... Then, use a mixture of Reetha, Amla and Shikakai powder as an alternative to shampoo. Always wash your hair with cold water. You can also apply some egg onto your hair before taking a shower... Hope these help, InshaAllah... (wasalam)
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