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    angel11 got a reaction from MohammadAli1993 in All Prophets (pbut) Made Mistakes   
    Just because the Prophets a.s asked for forgiveness does not mean they made mistakes. Asking for forgiveness is an act of worship... And were the Prophets not God's servants?
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    angel11 got a reaction from Chaotic Muslem in Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]   
    LOL thinks of every other shia she knows and realises shia's arent fat we just enjoy a good meal. And now I'm thinking should I walk it to work. lol
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    angel11 got a reaction from shia_from_texas in Thoughts (2010-2016) [ARCHIVE]   
    Right this second I'm thinking about the book I am currently reading,
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    angel11 got a reaction from muslimah1 in You Know You're Shia When...   
    when you recognise other shias just by their name (I.e murtaza)
    when quater of your wardrobe is full of black clothes, untouched.
    when you eavesdrop on non-Shias talking about shias, eager to join in the conversation
    when you want to save the world from extremists
    when you own at least one hakeek ring
    Hawraa: Use to happen to me a lot.
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    angel11 got a reaction from DoubleAgent4 in Riot In London   
    those pictures will help the police to get them iA.
    I was on the train when I heard some youths say WALLAHI I'll sell them (they were sharing pictures on their phone of things that had been looted by others). what the hell...
    This is out of control. I hope they bring in the army.
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    angel11 reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in Surma, kohl and lead poisoning   
    no,as i don't wear it:Pugh,it gives ya a typical churl-y look.
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    angel11 reacted to Orion in When is Eid ul Adha? Whats going on   
    What does Eid in Mecca has to do with anything????????????
    Without going in details, Eid is related to the sighting of moon at your location and not with the sighting at any holy place. Since moon is visible at different locations on different day, it is perfectly normal to have Eid on different days at different places.
    You should contact your local Shia Mosque or Islamic center or contact your Marja office or web-site to know when is Eid in your area.
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    angel11 reacted to Orion in When is Eid ul Adha? Whats going on   
    Method of Ascertaining the First Day of a Month
    1739. * The 1st day of a month is established in the following four ways:
    (i) If a person himself sights the moon.
    (ii) If a number of persons confirm to have sighted the moon and their words assure or satisfy a person. Similarly, every other thing which assures or satisfies him about moon having being sighted.
    (iii) If two just (Adil) persons say that they have sighted the moon at night. The first day of the month will not be established if they differ about the details of the new moon. This difference can be either explicit or even implied. For example, when a group of people goes out in search of a new moon and none but two Adils claim to have seen the new moon, though, among those who did not see, there were other Adils equally capable and knowledgeable, then the testimony by the first two Adils will not prove the advent of a new month.
    (iv) If 30 days pass from the first of Sha'ban , the 1st of Ramadhan will be established, and if 30 days pass from the 1st of Ramadhan the 1st of Shawwal will be established.
    1740. The 1st day of any month will not be proved by the verdict of a Mujtahed and it is better to observe precaution.
    1741. The first day of a month will not be proved by the prediction made by the astronomers. However, if a person derives full satisfaction and certitude from their findings, he should act accordingly.
    1742. * If the moon is high up in the sky, or sets late, it is not an indication that the previous night was the first night of the month. Similarly, if there is a halo round it, it is not a proof that the new moon appeared in the previous night.
    1743. If the first day of the month of Ramadhan is not proved for a person and he does not observe fast, and if it is proved later that the preceding night was infact the night of Ramadhan, he should observe qadha of that day.
    1744. * If the first day of a month is proved in a city, it is also proved in other cities if they are united in their horizon. And the meaning of having a common horizon in this matter is that if new moon was sighted in a city, there would be a distinct possibility of sighting it in the other cities, if there were no impediments, like, the clouds etc.
    1745. The first day of a month is not proved by a telegram except when one is sure that the telegram is based on the testimony of two Adils, or on a source which is reliable in the eyes of Shariah.
    1746. If a person does not know whether it is the last day of Ramadhan or the first of Shawwal, he should observe fast on that day, and if he comes to know during the day that it is the first of Shawwal, he should break the fast.
    1747. * If a prisoner cannot ascertain the advent of Ramadhan, he should act on probability and he should act on a probability which in his estimation is stronger. But if even that is not possible, he may consider a month which he strongly feels to be Ramadhan and fast; however, he should keep that month in view so that if it later transpires that he kept fasts before Ramadhan, he will give the qadha. And if it transpired that it was Ramadhan or after it, he does not have any liability of qadha.
    (Ayatullah Sistani)
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