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Trumpet

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  1. Read closely through the links above...I think it is what you are seeking... I think hadith books such as Bihar al Anwaar and Wasail Al Shia can be considered 'Mustakhraj' because supplementary books 'Mustadrak's were written for them. So essentially any hadith book or manuscript or compilation of hadiths can become a Mustakhraj for which Mustadraks are written. (Also books such as Bihar al Anwaar are indeed compilations of hadith meaning the author used several sources in which he found hadith and compiled those hadith into a book...they state those sources. So the author did not wr
  2. I do not believe there is an overemphasis of visiting the shrines over Hajj/Umrah. Hajj is wajib, if the person is able to perform it and has enough money and other conditions.... Ziyarats on the other hand according to some are Mustahab so definitely not an obligation...also there are no restrictions on issuing ziyarat visas, meaning a person can go multiple times in a year or even every year. Ziyaraat are also usually much cheaper for people to perform or send their parents to perform and the countries in which the shrines are located have a significant Shia presence or Shia protec
  3. I believe the word you are looking for is 'Mustadrak' (supplementation). Explanation of the word: http://en.wikishia.net/view/Mustadrak A few Shia examples: http://en.wikishia.net/view/Mustadrak_al-wasa'il_(book) http://en.wikishia.net/view/Mustadrak_safinat_al-bihar_(book) http://en.wikishia.net/view/Nahj_al-sa'ada_fi_mustadrak_Nahj_al-balagha_(book) There are most certainly many more...I don't remember it's been a few years since I last revised my Tarikh Ilm Rijaal course... This is just starting point for you to go and research further,
  4. Every country on the face of this planet has nationalistic tendencies and a superiority complex when comparing their own race to other races. This is not only an Iranian issue. Exactly! Rehbar is the face of Iran so he gets blamed for any transgression the corrupt laymen commit. He is day in and day out holding meetings advising the government officials, heads of police, heads of state etc. over and over and over again. I assure you he will never advise oppression and discrimination against anyone (he is Wilayat-e-Faqih, one of the Naib, please remember who is it that whispers in his e
  5. Well in Islam there is Barzakh right? Is that what you mean.. https://www.al-islam.org/the-hereafter-maad-ayatullah-dastaghaib-shirazi/barzakh-purgatory-stage-between-world-and-hereafter
  6. I have been making this alfredo fettuccine/pesto hybrid dish that i'm loving recently. I tweak the ingredients each time to experiment and it has been successful so far alhamd.
  7. I disagree. Give yourself some credit and never stop writing. Your words are beautiful and have depth. "A wise person is silent and rarely wants to show his wisdom. A fool is always vocal and uses every opportunity to show his foolishness." – Debasish Mridha
  8. My personal opinion on this matter is that when a speaker or an aalim is more experienced, more knowledgeable and has a higher level of taqwa his/her presence in the room is stronger, calmer, more refined and more elegant. They never need to raise their voice and start jumping up and down on the mimbar to get their point across. Their soul and presence is more than enough to impact a room and their words are always more resounding and memorable in comparison to others.
  9. I love kufic script because at least for my untrained eye it is the most unique and instantly recognizable. I want to learn to write in this scrict... will have to get some tools from Iran Inshallah... Maybe the underlying reason I love it most, because its invention is attributed to Imam Ali (عليه السلام).
  10. Salam You need to narrow down a list of Mujtahids, after comparison between each of them, select one that you believe has the most knowledge and do niyat of taqleed to them. Now, upon closer study of your chosen Mujtahid's Resaleh (book of laws) or Isteftah ('book' of questions and answers-e.g. Ayatollah Khamenei only has an Istifta for the laws on which he differs from Ayatollah Khomeini) you may come across a ruling of 'Ihtiyaat wajib' (no particular fatwa is given) this is the only place you may refer to another permissible living Mujtahid's ruling for that particular issue.
  11. You are most welcome dear. For women, we usually miss fasts because of menstruation and if you don't make up these fasts before the next Ramadan then you have to give kaffarah for each missed fast in addition to making up those fasts. For more information on Kaffarah and Fidya: https://www.al-islam.org/fasting-ramadhan-simple-guide-ritual-social-spiritual-dimensions-sayyid-muhammad-rizvi/chart-qaza http://en.wikishia.net/view/Kaffara For information on how much to pay or who to pay the kaffarah to, ask your local masjids Imam and tell them who you are a Muqalid of (Kha
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