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Hameedeh

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  1. @A_KazmiSayyid313 Salam and welcome to ShiaChat. Please read this topic which could answer some questions you might have: 

    https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235038227-salam-and-welcome/

  2. As a guest, please do not flatter, cajole or threaten Mods/Admins in order to get your post approved. Normally, Mods do not approve posts that have extra off-topic content.
  3. Kansas City Zoo has a LIVE Swan Cam. Trumpeter swans Melvin and Mabel are expecting! Stay tuned to the camera to see their cygnets hatch! The first potential date of their hatching is June 11, 2020. (I apologize if there is an advertisement before the camera starts.)
  4. We show other people that Muslims have their words, actions, deeds and intentions “in the way of Allah” (fi sabilillah). Pray a lot, especially for the reappearance of the 12th Imam, may Allah hasten his appearance. The Radiance of the Secrets of Prayer Get PDF https://www.al-islam.org/radiance-secrets-prayer-muhsin-qaraati
  5. "In a world where you can be anything ... be kind." ~Anonymous 

  6. DW story on hydroxychloroquine study, from May 22: https://www.dw.com/en/coronavirus-latest-trump-endorsed-hydroxychloroquine-increases-chances-of-death/a-53527401
  7. Statement from the Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America on the Killing of George Floyd https://imam-us.org/statement-council-shia-muslim-scholars-north-america-killing-george-floyd-importance-confronting-racism/ In the Name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful Statement from the Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America on the Killing of George Floyd and the Importance of Confronting Racism With hearts filled with sadness, and a voice that still echoes in each of our minds, “I can’t breathe,” the killing of George Floyd adds yet another soul to the already long list of victims of racism and hatred. The diversity in the human family on the basis of language, color, and culture should be celebrated and should not be the basis of preferring one over others except by virtue of piety. “People, We have created you all male and female and have made you nations and tribes so that you would recognize each other. The most honorable among you in the sight of God is the most pious of you. God is All-knowing and All-aware.” (The Quran 49:13) During this age where there are no limits to knowledge and virtue, and where the culture of peace and harmony is preached globally, it is very frustrating to witness persistent injustice against fellow human beings, and particularly African Americans. This tragedy has reminded us that the novel coronavirus is not the only challenge facing the American community but also the underlying disease of racism. George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many other names of human beings, are all incidents that demonstrate how racism destroys human life. Almighty God has equated the killing of an innocent soul to the killing of all people. (The Quran 5:32) On behalf of all the oppressed, regardless of race or creed, the Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America strongly condemns the senseless murder of our fellow citizens and asks all responsible authorities without exception to bear their humanitarian responsibility by taking the necessary measures to stop this ongoing aggression and disregard for innocent lives. We appeal to our fellow Americans not to let a select few who are emboldened by racism and bigotry trample true American ideals. We all have a responsibility to stand up against all forms of injustice whether it be fueled by racism or any other evil through peaceful and constructive means. We ask God Almighty to bring solace and patience to the families of all the victims and to enlighten us to work together to bring forth the change that earns His pleasure and mercy. – The Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America
  8. May Allah bless you and help you in your quest of Islamic knowledge. Brother, if you haven't sent the letter to your pastor, I would say please don't do that. You don't owe him/her any explanation. The pastor could show your letter to church members and the news could spread to the neighborhood and state where you live.
  9. If Iran makes a vaccine, it will be good because they will share it with their neighbors. If another Muslim country makes a vaccine, they probably won't share with Iran.
  10. Look at how George Floyd was wedged underneath the police car. Can you imagine how hot it was, with him on the hot pavement underneath the car, with a knee on his neck, struggling to breathe? Horrific!
  11. By some traditions, Shawwal 25 is the Martyrdom of 6th Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq AS. Condolences to everyone.
  12. Hameedeh

    Shawwal 8 Tragedy

    Shawwal 8 is the tragic day to remember the destruction of the graves at Jannat ul Baqi (Holy City of Medina) & Jannat ul Mu'alla (Holy City of Mecca), by order of King Ibn Saud, circa April 21, 1925. https://www.al-Islam.org/history-shrines/history-cemetery-jannat-al-baqi
  13. If you do not remove your display photo (face) from your profile, a Mod might refuse to approve your topic. Do you realize that a terrorist might see your photo and try to find you, to talk to you and force you to their ideology or harm you? If آريان عالي ميشكن is your real name, you should ask to change your ShiaChat username to something more anonymous since you already mentioned that you live in Bangladesh.
  14. If I do charity, then that is a good deed; if I verbally remind everyone in my family that charity is a good deed, that is greater than my doing charity all by myself. If I tell everyone who follows my Twitter account (no I did not do that because I am inactive at the moment) that would have been greater than only doing charity myself. If I tell everyone at ShiaChat to pay your Zakat al-Fitr early to help poor people, that is better because more people might do good deeds where they live: https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235066185-holy-month-of-ramadan-2020-1441/?do=findComment&comment=3284671
  15. 1. I want enough money to pay my bills. My heirs can make their own money? 2. I want everyone to respect me. Wearing hijab gets me angry looks from a few people. 3. I want everyone to like me. Although I know that's impossible, due to Islamophobia.
  16. I never heard of him before, but his video is sincere.
  17. Salam. Islam is a social religion where everyone cares for each other. If you have knowledge because you studied and learned, then you should tell your family and relatives, those who are close to you. If you have the ability to tell other people, then speak out to help others. Edit: So every good deed can become greater if you encourage others to do the good deeds.
  18. The grass is greener where you water it.  

  19. Some reports are that all four of the police have been fired.
  20. Salam. Congratulations on the naming of your baby daughter! May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) protect her and keep her healthy, and all your family, too.
  21. Salam. I am no expert by any means. I have very little advice, and it might even contradict other people's advice, because that is coming from their own experience. Look for a spouse from among the families in your community. If you are chatting with someone in another country, then you could both be reluctant to take the step necessary to get married and it becomes a long and never ending relationship of chatting. If you are ready, they might not be. If you want to meet their parents, they might become evasive, give you excuses such as: I'm too young, my sibling needs to marry before I can, my parents already found someone for me to marry, I wasn't serious about getting married, I never ever want to get married, etc. I am sorry to say this, but some people will simply skype with you to add excitement to their daily life, and to get your attention, not to marry you, and they didn't tell their parents about you. So the best way is to find someone to marry who lives within close distance to you, and you can talk to them in public places: school, cafeteria, work, etc. You would get to know their beliefs, likes, dislikes, personality and character. A chaste person will definitely act, walk, talk, and dress differently than a person who flirts.
  22. @guest 2025 Since you are reading this topic, I adjusted your account as well. You can now create status updates.
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