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    guest022017a got a reaction from Gotham in I Want To Get Married   
    what should you do? its simple get married, find a guy(even from here and ignore pepsi) and get married , specify what you are looking for, and dont be afraid to be superficial we all are and anybody who tells you otherwise is lying, and if you find ur match make it happen, better to be married then to fall into sin and become perverted and doomed to hell
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Hajji87 in I Want To Get Married   
    what should you do? its simple get married, find a guy(even from here and ignore pepsi) and get married , specify what you are looking for, and dont be afraid to be superficial we all are and anybody who tells you otherwise is lying, and if you find ur match make it happen, better to be married then to fall into sin and become perverted and doomed to hell
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    guest022017a got a reaction from allahsparadise in What Are Feelings At The Time Of Death   
    pain lots and lots of pain(depending on death and life), and fear, lots and lots of fear, and awe of God when the veils are removed , regret for not pursuing God , confusion, loneliness, feeling lost
    if he is close to God, then relief and happiness
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    guest022017a reacted to mohammad_mahdi in Interesting Masturbation Question   
    This is too funny.
    The diagnosis of epididymo-orchitis (infection of the seminal tract) is clinical examination, urine testing, and gold standard is an ultrasound.
    The boys are kept in the hammock. They're not needed to make this diagnosis at all
    Funny medicine some people practice (or claim to anyway)
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    guest022017a reacted to guest040515 in Shab_E_Miraj_Laylatul_Miraj_27Th_Rajab   
    The night-journey Isra as described by the glorious verses of the Holy Qur'an.
    Glory be to Him Who made His servant to go on a night from the Sacred Mosque to the remote mosque of which We have blessed the precincts, so that We may show to him some of Our signs; surely He is the Hearing, the Seeing. Holy Qur'an (17: 1)
    27th Rajab is a highly blessed night / day called ‘laylat al-mab`ath’,which stands for the beginning of the Holy Prophet’s Mission of promulgating the true religion of Almighty Allah On this day, the Holy Prophet (saws)was appointed for conveying the Divine Mission of Almighty Allah when Archangel Gabriel first came to him with the Divine Revelation.
    It is recommended to have Ghusl (bath) on this day.& observe Fasting. This day is one of the four days that are specified for highly recommended fasting during the whole year. The reward of observing fasting on this day is mentioned to be equal to seventy years fasting. It is recommended to repeat very frequently the salwat ie sending blessings upon Prophet Muhammad and his Household.
    Amal On the 27th Night of Holy Month of Rajab
    1)"Verily, one who does (acts of worship) at this night will have the reward of him who has worshipped Almighty Allah for sixty years.” When the Imam (a.s) was asked about the kind of acts at this night, he answered, “After you offer the `Isha' Prayer and sleep, you may wake up before midnight & pray 12 rakaat salaat (2 units x 6), in every rakaat recite any surah after suraa e Faatih'ah
    After Salam recite the following 7 times each..MP3 files->i) Al Faatih'ah #1 ii) Al Ikhlaas #112 iii) Al Falaq #113 iv) An Naas #114 v) Al Kaafiroon #109 vi) Al Qadr #97 vii)Aayatul Kursi(2: 255 – 257)
    Full Amal refer to Mafatil ul Jinan or http://www.duas.org/miraj.htm
    The Prophet's Spiritual State at the Time of His Mission by S. Ahmad Rahnamaei http://www.al-islam....of-his-mission/
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    guest022017a reacted to Ethics in Imam Reza A.s Explains The Sahabah   
    Some asked him about the meaning of this tradition: "My companions are like the stars: If you follow any of them, you shall receive guidance," and another one saying, "Leave my companions to me." Both of these traditions are considered by Sunnis as the foundation of their generalization of their judgement regarding all companions of the Prophet (S.A.W.), thus justifying even their acts which contradicted Islamic justice, calling what they could not justify as "an error in ijtihad." But the Imam (A.S.) provides us with the actual explanation of these and other such ahadith with honesty and integrity, outlining in an easy manner their exact meaning. In his answer regarding the first tradition, he said, "Yes; he did say this hadith, meaning thereby the companions who did not make any alteration after him or any change." He was asked, "How can you tell that they altered and changed?" He said, "This is due to what is reported about him (S.A.W.) that he said, `Certain individuals among my companions will be forcibly pushed away from my Pool (of Kawthar) on the Day of Judgement just as strange camels are pushed away from the watering place, and I shall cry, `O Lord! My companions! My companions!' and it shall be said to me, `You do not know what innovations they invented after you,' so they will be pushed away towards the left side (where Hell is), and I shall say, `Away with them; ruined they shall be.'" The Imam continued to say, "Such will be the penalty of those who alter and change (hadith)."
    This hadith is narrated, with a minor variation in its wording, by al-Bukhari who quotes Abdullah ibn Mas'ood citing the Prophet (S.A.W.) saying, "I shall be the first to reach the Pool, then the souls of some men among you will be raised and they shall be prohibited from coming near me, and I shall say, `Lord! These are my companions!' And it shall be said to me, `You do not know what they did after you...'"(Bukhari, Vol. 8, p. 119, Amiri edition). A number of huffaz and narrators of hadith reported this tradition in various wordings which maintained the same contextual meaning, proving thus that it is consecutive according to them.
    The Imam (A.S.), through his frank and proven answer, saved us the effort to look for lame excuses for the flagrant transgressions in which a number of the sahaba fell, and from far-fetched arificialities to justify the errors of conduct which they deliberately committed with determination and which the same huffaz could not justify except by saying that they were cases of "mistaken ijtihad" which, according to them, did not contradict the justice expected of them, having been pressed by their attempt to attribute absolute justice to the sahabi no matter what he did...
    A companion (sahabi) of the Prophet (S.A.W.) who was distinguished with the honour of being so close to the Prophet (S.A.W.) is one who is the custodian over the fruits of the Message and a protector of its structure through his faith and deeds. He is a man who ought to be taken as a model of conduct. He is a man, as the Imam (A.S.) used to say, who does not alter or change any of the statements of the Prophet (S.A.W.). As regarding those who altered and changed, these cannot be awarded a unique distinction, just because they were companions of the Prophet (S.A.W.), which raised them above other Muslims simply because they were not up to par with the level of responsibility of being honest, which is expected of them, to carry out after the demise of the Prophet (S.A.W.) and the cessation of wahi from coming to this world.
    The hadith which the Imam (A.S.) narrated about Ibn Mas'ood, and which is recorded by a number of those who learned the Holy Qur'an and hadith by heart in their books is considered as an explanation of this hadith and an explanation of its connotation. Moreover, it puts the sahaba on equal footing with the others in subjecting their behaviour to criticism and discussion, and it shatters the self-immunity which was granted to them in accordance to Prophetic statements manufactured by a number of huffaz and traditionists without permitting themselves or others to discuss but take for granted.
    In another hadith, the Imam (A.S.) proves to us, through a clear statement by the Prophet (S.A.W.), that some individuals who were regarded as sahaba were not actually so, which shatters all the excuses used only to justify the mistakes and transgression committed by them. For example, Muhammad ibn Ishaq al-Taliqani reported that a man in Khurasan swore by divorce that Mu'awiya was not among the true companions of the Messenger of God (S.A.W.), and this happened when Imam al-Reza (A.S.) was present there. The jurists there issued their verdict that the man had actually divorced his wife, and the Imam (A.S.) was asked to provide his own opinion in this regard. He decided that that man's wife was not divorced; therefore, those jurists wrote a statement and sent it to him. In it, they asked him, "How did you come to say, O son of the Messenger of God (S.A.W.), that the woman was not to be divorced?" He wrote down on the same sheet saying, "It is so because of what you yourselves narrate from Abu Sa'eed al-Khudri quoting the Messenger of God (S.A.W.) saying about those who accepted Islam on the day of opening Mecca, when he was surrounded by a large number of people, `You are good; my companions are good; and there shall be no migration after this Fath,' without including these (meaning Mu'awiya) among his companions." The jurists had to adopt the decision of the Imam (A.S.).
    Thus did the Imam (A.S.) deny that Mu'awiya was a companion of the Prophet (S.A.W.), which claim used to surround the man with a halo of sanctity of his personality and which used to be used to justify the very serious transgressions he committed which left their terrible marks on the structure of the Islamic government since then, and to justify such transgressions by saying that he was a sahabi, and that as such whatever he did or said could not possibly cast a doubt about his justice, adding, "If we see the good aspect of his action missing, we may say that he attempted ijtihad, and he erred," even if such error was at the expense of the Prophetic Message itself...
    If we accept this argument, we would be justifying all the transgressions and erroneous behaviour of some companions of the Prophet (S.A.W.) regardless of their motives or horrible consequences. The transgressions of Mu'awiya and his norms of conduct, in which he departed from the line of the Islamic Message, and which agreed with the attitude of animosity towards Islam, and whose motives and impulses were reasons to cast doubts and suspicions, nobody is really obligated to defend and describe as within the Islamic Shari'a simply because they were the result of an erroneous ijtihad wherein the mujtahid is rewarded with one reward, due to his "immunity" which does not include Mu'awiya simply because the latter was not a companion of the Prophet (S.A.W.) but was just like any other Muslim whose conduct was subject to accountability and criticism, and the verdict in his regard is based on the anticipated results of his deeds.
    The directive the Imam (A.S.) intended by denying that those who accepted Islam, including Mu'awiya, were not companions of the Prophet on the day when Mecca was conquered is one of the strongest and deepest of his directives, for he drew a line between the Prophet (S.A.W.) and his true companions on one side, and those who accepted Islam after the conquest of Mecca and under the pressure of a superior power and authority on the other hand. Had it not been for their feeling of their precarious situation versus the might of their opponent, realizing that they had no choice except to make asylum and submit to the word of Islam, they would have otherwise dealt with Islam in a quite different manner...
    http://www.imamreza.net/eng/imamreza.php?id=5691
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in 5 Simple Tricks To Help You Win Any Argument   
    here is an even better point, dont argue at all
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Hasan0404 in Masturbation And Health   
    forget health issues , the issues it causes to the soul and heart is detrimental
    when Imam Ali found out some man was doing this, he took money out of the government treasury and got him married, he didnt wait one second
    dont play with your souls and with fire
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    guest022017a reacted to 3alii in To Shia How Could Ever Actually Support Assad?   
    What, so you are just going to state this as rubbish because it opposes your views and opinions? What I said was fact. Go check out live leaks if you will. But hey, it is propeganda too since it goes totally against your opinion even thought it is fact.
    It is totally propaganda right?

    FSA seeking USA assistance is totally propaganda too right?
    http://syriareport.net/mccain-visited-kidnappers-in-syria/
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/05/28/305849/bomb-hezbollah-syria-rebels-ask-of-us/
    You just made the mistake of describing the 'armed rebels' as light infantry. Do you know ANYTHING about guerrilla warfare? and also about the magnitude of weapons the FSA have in their hands? Several days ago, Turkish authorities seized 2KG of sarin gas from an FSA safe house. You are not being objective at all about this. It may appear that I currently am not, however I do believe you need to be educated on the crimes of both sides. What are you going to say now? Did I mention that FSA forces are driving zionist tanks? No. But it is clear to the world that the FSA are backed by the zionists. Do not even dare to turn this fact around.
    You are here for sectarian purposes and it is clear.
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    guest022017a got a reaction from labaikYaZahra in A Mans Role In Polygamy By Umm Zakiyyah   
    As followers of Islam and the Prophet and Ahlul Bayt, its not about what we want but it is about what God wants and how God wants us to be and how society is to act. We are Muslims right? if we are Muslims we must follow Islamic laws and rules, and as you know they are from everything to everything .
    This is he reason we fell out in the first place, all this 'i want" and "i need" which chipped and took away faith and belief from our hearts which then took away the Islamic society as a whole out of place and destroyed it, and today all we have is tradition and ignorance
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    guest022017a got a reaction from labaikYaZahra in A Mans Role In Polygamy By Umm Zakiyyah   
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    guest022017a got a reaction from labaikYaZahra in A Mans Role In Polygamy By Umm Zakiyyah   
    In the Quran it says if you had a slave girl says you are not allowed to be "intimate" with them , unless you marry them
    it really is a shame that muslims have become like this, they have become lustful and pleasure seeking, and God in the quran talks much about such people in a very negative connotation
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Blissful in Masturbation And Health   
    forget health issues , the issues it causes to the soul and heart is detrimental
    when Imam Ali found out some man was doing this, he took money out of the government treasury and got him married, he didnt wait one second
    dont play with your souls and with fire
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    guest022017a got a reaction from AnaAmmar1 in Do You Believe In The Concept Of Soulmate?   
    soulmate is false because the state of peoples souls changes everyday
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Blissful in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    gosh you people are living the life, indulging in all of the flavours
    as tempting as some of those dishes look, the after effects are not worth it
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    guest022017a got a reaction from The Exalted One in Do You Believe In The Concept Of Soulmate?   
    soulmate is false because the state of peoples souls changes everyday
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Final Public Appearance Of Imam Khomeini   
    :cry:
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    guest022017a got a reaction from aliasghark in Final Public Appearance Of Imam Khomeini   
    :cry:
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Hasan0404 in Ahmadinejad In Helicopter Scare   
    may God protect him inshallah
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    guest022017a got a reaction from peace seeker in Ahmadinejad In Helicopter Scare   
    may God protect him inshallah
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    guest022017a got a reaction from peace seeker in Final Public Appearance Of Imam Khomeini   
    :cry:
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Ate/Eating/Will Eat?   
    gosh you people are living the life, indulging in all of the flavours
    as tempting as some of those dishes look, the after effects are not worth it
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    guest022017a got a reaction from hussain abass 98 in Grave   
    if you dont remove every filth from your heart you will suffer sever consequence in the grave
    also having faith is not a state of mind, it is a state of heart an if a person gain faith he/she will know it via God's affirmation and that faith will enlighten them about the truth, there would be no doubts or questions about it and you will see the rest of your evil that needs to be worked on
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Learning From Iran   
    i would really like to know how people deem and understand this "strong"?
    i am not saying that the aforementioned are not strong or are strong, but what are we talking about here? military might? the strength of faith? strength of number? strength of courage to face overwhelming foes and consequences? or something else?
    i know that there are an organized military battalions in Iran and Hezbollah and so forth
    but me personally when i meet people, from Iran and other places(students i met at university and islamic centers) i find all of them to be same, complaining about he same things, marriage, lifes problems and issues
    i am still waiting to meet "strong" people, one thing that dissapoints me , and i am talking about our local communities, they seem to be very political etc, and they wave the yellow flags and chant Iranian slogans, but in life they are just as ordinary as anyone else, they are infatuated in the world, they have bias and prejudice, they dont think critically or intellectually , rather they repeat herisay
    like the issue of syria, everyone has taken a side and wishes death on the other, instead of wishing guidance unity and understanding, i personally know sunnis, they are good people, yes they too are politically minded and think the other as demons, but their intentions are not evil, they have just "heard" how the other party "rapes and pillages" so from one side you have one calling the other rapists, and on the other side the same story, i personally believe Israel has agents whom create this fitna as they are masters of holywood so for them to create "home videos" and pictures etc they do with delight and ease, and the people from both side eat it up like a hungry baby, and they just wear the colours of the opposing team , and take pleasure in raping and maltreating and toruting
    to me strength is not about standing in front of an army, but strength in been able to find the truth and tolerate the other in order to sort the issue out, not be fooled by the cheap lies that are sold and the cheap efforts made to continue all the wars etc
    all i see is one angry side against another angry side, and anger does not lay with any "strong" army, anger lies with weak people who have no courage and are motivated by secterian differences , even if it be our side, the way that the response has been, has only added fuel to a very high burning fire
    strength is not to be fooled by the enemies lies and the Dajjal's greatest work
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    guest022017a reacted to guest040515 in Misfortunes   
    Misfortunes Allah, the Wise, hassaid: And as for man, when his Lord tries him, then treats himwith honor and makes him lead an easy life, he says: My Lord has honoured me. [HolyQur'an, surah Al-Fajr (89), ayat 15]
    The Holy Prophet(s.a.w.) has said: Surely, misfortune for an oppressor is a (corrective)chastisement and for a Mu'min, a trial. [Jaame'al-Akhbaar, pg. 113]
    Short Explanation
    For someone possessing intellect, misfortunes are a means of ornamentation and esteem. Exercising forbearance when faced with misfortune and being steadfast during trials, strengthens one's faith. One who bears hardship with patience, shall acquire the Grace of Allah and, as dictated by the Divine Wisdom, shall attain salvation and comfort, either in this world or in the hereafter. From within the flames of misfortune and calamity, emerge the esoteric lights. A person who regards misfortune and calamity as a trial, and combats it successfully, willbecome that much wiser as a result of the extra knowledge and perception acquired. It is not good practice to constantly complain of worldly misfortunes like poverty, illness, family problems, and so on.
    A Long Life is Associated with Misfortunes
    It has been reported that once Jibraeel (peace be upon him) approached Prophet Sulaiman (a.s.),bringing with him a bowl containing the Water of Life and said to him: Your Lord has given you the choice that if you so choose, you can drink this water and remain alive till the Day of Judgment. Sulaiman (a.s.) placing this issue before a group of men, jinn and animals, consulted them and all of them recommended him to consume the water so that he could become eternal.
    Sulaiman (a.s.), after some reflection realized that he had not conferred with the porcupine and so sent a horse to call him, but the porcupine did not arrive. He then sent a dog after him, whereupon he arrived immediately! Sulaiman (a.s.) said to him, "Before I confer with you about my issue, I would like to know why, when I sent the horse, the most honorable of all animals after man, you did not arrive, but when I sent the dog, the most vile of all the animals, you presented yourself immediately? " The porcupine replied,"The horse, in spite of being an honorable animal, does not possess loyalty,whereas the dog, despite being the most despicable, possesses it; if itreceives a loaf of bread from someone, it would remain loyal to him all throughout its life."
    Sulaiman (a.s.) then said, "A bowl containing the Water of Life has been sent to me and I have been given the choice of either accepting it or refusing it. All the others have advised me to drink it in order that I become eternal." The porcupine said, "Is this Water of Life only for you or are your children, family and friends permitted to consume it too?" He said, "No! It is solely for me." The porcupine then advised, "It is advisable that you do not accept it, for when you acquire along life, all your children, relatives and friends shall depart before you,every passing day bringing you face to face with misfortune and sorrow there by making your life miserable for you. Sulaiman (a.s.) approved of this advice and heeding it, returned the Water of Life.
    Reference: Anecdotes for reflection, Vol 1, Misfortune, Anecdote 5
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