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  1. thanks brothers for your valuable input. @-Rejector-I checked the translation in the app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zaizia.messages for ayah 5:55, its same, "Only Allah is your Vali and His Messenger and those who believe, those who keep up prayers and pay the poor-rate while they bow." Seems like its Shakir translation.
  2. Assalam-o-Alaikum dear brothers and sisters, Its an old thread, but I have found an useful application. It helps remembering the sajdahs, rakaats and number of salaahs performed (for qadha prayers). It also reminds to offer tashahud and salam. I thought, it might be useful for some one else as well. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zaizia.namazcounter
  3. Assalam-o-Alaikum dear brothers and sisters, For anyone who is in habit of regular recitation of the Holy Quran and thinking/meditating/reflecting on its message, I found a really good application to record the reflections and add tags to it and get back to those Ayats later on when needed. I thought to share it, as it might be useful to someone. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zaizia.messages
  4. also lubricating eye drops helped me a lot to get rid of eye fatigue.
  5. Assalam-o-Alaikum dear brothers and sister, This year, I had a successful experiment. I saw the ingredients of red-bull energy drink and took the respective supplements (in before-dawn meal, a.k.a sehri) to be alert all day during fasting. It gives me a lot of energy to work from morning/sunrise till sunset continuously (with prayer break). Following are the supplements: Taurine supplement (vegan) - 1000mg No-Doz caffeine tablet - 100mg Vitamin B6 - 21mg Electrolytes supplement powder - 10g I hope it can be helpful to someone.
  6. Walaikum assalam and thanks @Ashvazdanghe it is exactly the hadith I am looking for, I am really grateful to you
  7. Thanks @Zane Ibrahim i read it somewhere, it was Shia source, I think somewhere related to polygyny or IIRC, related to muta'h.
  8. Assalamu Alaikum dear brothers and sisters, I am looking for an ahadith but unable to find it, kindly help me find it. The basic idea of the hadeeth is as follows: The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) said that Allah has forbidden wine but has allowed (replaced with) polygyny instead. JazakAllah.
  9. I am not sure, but a slave girl, irrespective of her religion, was permitted (but not preferred) to be married to her master (as per the teaching of Quran and aHadith). I know that physical slavery is no more and one of the missions of Islam, from the beginning, is to abolish the physical and psychological slavery of human beings, but I am just saying maybe this rule might be driven from there (i.e. permission to marry irrespective of her religion). But again, just my blind guess and I am sure that I am most probably wrong due to my limited knowledge of religion. Brother @Mark Enlightment I just also received the reply from the office of His Eminence grant AyatuAllah Aga Sistani that uttering the shahadatain while knowing its meaning, before Muta, makes it valid unless the girl doesn't do anything which is against the shahadatain during the period (given all other conditions are fulfilled). So, no further references is required. Thanks.
  10. Thanks @Mahdavist and @Ashvazdanghe for replies. So impermissible is like a precaution and, prohibited and forbidden are interchangeable?
  11. Thanks @Mark Enlightment for sharing your knowledge regarding the testimonies, can you please share the link to AyatuAllah Rohani (ha) fatawa and, if possible, link to other marajas fatwa. Regarding AyatuAllah Saanei fatwa, I can't challenge him, it was his ijtihad and he must had come to conclusion as per his best of knowledge and understanding of religion, which would must be a lot than my knowledge and understanding, as it was his area of expertise, and if I consulted him for the fatwa, neither I nor he would be blamed on the day of the judgement, as we did our best, he for his ijtihad and me for taqleed of pious and knowledgeable shia. It seems to me that most learned marja are those who are most lenient in their fatawas, as if we observe the patterns, we can clearly see that as the understanding of the religion is advancing the fatawas of the marja are getting more lenient with time (like related to prayers, music, banking, so on). The projection tells us that probably soon (may be in 100s of years) all the marja of future would have similar fatwa like that of the most lenient marjas of our time. JazakAllah brother
  12. Salam brothers and sisters, Now that AyatuAllah Saanei is not amongst us any more (may Allah alleviate his rank), is their any other marja we can refer in this regards? Thanks.
  13. Assalam oAlaikum dear fellows: In fatawas, following words are used, are they interchangeable or do they have different meanings? Impermissible Prohibited Forbidden
  14. Thanks for your replies, I know these rules regarding continuing the taqleed of passed away Marj'a, but I want to know is there any other Marj'a who agrees to or has similar the rulings of AyatuAllah Saanei?
  15. Assalam-o-Alaikum brothers and sisters, Does anyone know who succeeds AyatuAllah Saanei or have similar views/fatawas to follow (taqleed) after his passing away. Such as AyatuAllah Sistani became successor to AyatuAllah Khoi and AyatuAllah Khamenei became successor of AyatuAllah Khomeini, who is successor of AyatuAllah Saanei or have similar religious views? JazakAllah.
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