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starlight

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  1. Oh wait, we need a new one for this because this is next level Shouldn't probably be posting this on Ramadan 21, but
  2. Wonder why he bothered with stevia
  3. Seriously?So you believe wagyu is worth the money and hype?
  4. No, It's okay. I agree with you. There would definitely be many false positive cases. What I was saying is even if we look at numbers of hospital cases that alone is also significant raised. China, Iran, Spain, Italy, UK, US and now Pakistan and India all reached a point where there hospitals and ICUs were fully occupied.
  5. A person should have some aql? No one would take off the bandage a day after the surgery to do wudhu. Wounds can be other things besides surgery. It can be something as little as a cut on hand while chopping vegetables, which is covered with a band aid. In this case when one does wudhu with the band aid (which comes off usually) he washes and dries his hands and puts on another one. Some minor open wounds( clean wound from animal or human bites) need to be washed daily. Wounds from pressure sores need to washed two to three times a day. Plasters can't be made wet at all. All nose s
  6. Getting water inside nose is not obligatory in wudhu. You just need to do two washes and two wipes. Wash face, wash arms. Wipe head, wipe feet.
  7. This is a misconception in my opinion. 1. There are parents who want good for their children and manage to do good because they are rational, balanced and well informed people. 2. There are parents who mean good but manage to mess up their children lives- could be due to emotions getting the better of them or because they are not aware or accepting of the changes happening in the world or make one time poor judgment. 3. There are parents who are negligent, selfish, irresponsible or abusive. OP what category do your parents fall in, in your opinion?
  8. @justAnothermuslim Thank you for sharing the link, very informative read. Some of the points raised there are valid but in the end it comes down to clinical diagnosis. A rule every medical student is taught and every good clinician practices- Lab tests and investigations should only be used to support a diagnosis made on clinical parameters. A doctor should rely on his own clinical skills rather than investigations to diagnose a condition. This is something which has been mentioned in the paper too "Clinicians need to recognize the enhanced accuracy and speed of the molecular diagnos
  9. You aren't the only one. Every person I talk to is of the same opinion. COVID has reached a point where common people are now drained emotionally, socially and financially. May Allah ease our test.
  10. On a lighter note, probably the Imam(عليه السلام) is going to gather the SC members and tell them ,'Children! had you spent half the time learning Quran as you did trying(unsuccessfully) to find females for Mutah I would have come back much sooner'
  11. 1. Ct of 35-40 is the globally set cut off value though it might get altered because of poor testing techniques but why would anyone intentionally set it high? 2. In india the things are have gone beyond testing. People are literally dying on the streets of air hunger and non availability of oxygen.
  12. You heard of 'Kumbh Mela'? An very important Hindu religious festivals which is held every 12 years and lasts for for a month which is still taking place in India from March to end April. That's what's probably responsible for the sharp surge. Imagine people doing Hajj in the pandemic? It's something similar to that. "Over 1,700 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the Haridwar Kumbh Mela area from April 10 to 14 confirming fears that one of the world’s largest religious gatherings may contribute further to the rapid rise in coronavirus cases" Covid-19 protocol tossed
  13. What I was thinking was, what if Imam Zamana (عليه السلام) doesn't reappear for another thousand years! Technically that's a possibility and a very dispiriting one too.
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