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Ali_Hussain

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  1. What I don't get with the gays is that they always seem to make this question about having a partner and having physical relations some kind of human rights issue. There are probably countless normal people who live the celibate life, even if they would rather not, without making it into some big issue. If they want to act on their desires, no one is stopping them, but they always seem to feel the need to announce it publicly and go through the whole 'how will the family react' when it is unnecessary. This is all down to the influence of the media.
  2. What about the argument that it was written using a ball point pen before they were invented?
  3. Ann Frank's diary is also a work of fiction written by her father.
  4. Kebab sandwich and chicken shawarma, the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast.
  5. You should probably double check the source, because similarly you can find articles online which claim that al-Jahiz wrote about the theory of evolution is the early centuries after the Islamic conquests. But you can also find articles saying that that is a misrepresentation of his views.
  6. His family didn't even know he was religious and said that had they known they would have kept more of an eye on him (paraphrasing) - so his level of religiosity as well as that of his people is clearly being blown completely out of proportion. Loads of thugs are attacked to the violent aspects they can link to the religion, it doesn't make them pious.
  7. I think that the majority of Shias who hate Sufis do so because there are narrations against them. You do come across some people, funnily enough many Shirazis, who say that it is the beliefs and practices of the Sufiyya that they find abhorrent, but that is ridiculous as they believe in things that are just as crazy as the wildest Sufi beliefs and behave in a way that is just as dumb as the dumbest Sufi ritual. It could be that it is tough to look into a mirror and acknowledge that you are actually looking at yourself rather than at some fantasy.
  8. Salam, If you look through this site there are a few different Sunni tafsirs https://www.altafsir.com/Tafasir.asp?tMadhNo=1&tTafsirNo=74&tSoraNo=10&tAyahNo=3&tDisplay=yes&UserProfile=0&LanguageId=2
  9. Lol that is exactly what he does, hence the name, that is what he is intending to do. It is why he doesn't create an account, so that you can't block him and he can just bombard the threads that he doesn't like with the same old copy pasted nonsense.
  10. There is a troll who posts here sometimes who always pitifully tries to defend every element of modern Shi'ism, he goes by the name Psychological Warfare. I don't have an answer for this, but I don't personally believe that it is a great sunna that is one of the reasons why our madhhab has survived, maybe the people who hold that belief can answer you.
  11. Where's that guy 'psychological issues' this is a question for one of his 2000-word copy paste replies.
  12. You aren't really being fair, there are examples of Shias forgiving people who have seriously wronged them. Personally I doubt people do these acts because of their religion or madhhab, you can find various types of people who are capable of amazing things. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/jul/31/iran-acid-woman-pardons-attacker Also your comment is ridiculous because clearly many Sunnis are themselves full of hatred for basically everyone who disagrees with them, not saying there aren't Shias like that, but to act like Sunnism teaches its adherents to be merciful and they
  13. Speaking about the broader Middle East, Harris said that in Syria a Biden-led administration "will once again stand with civil society and pro-democracy partners in Syria, and help advance a political settlement where the Syrian people have a voice". https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20201103-kamala-harris-us-will-reverse-trump-era-policy-restore-relation-with-palestine/amp/?__twitter_impression=true Great...picking right back up from Obama.
  14. Here is a reliable one from 'Uyun Akhbar al-Ridha: http://shiaonlinelibrary.com/الكتب/1142_عيون-أخبار-الرضا-ع-الشيخ-الصدوق-ج-١/الصفحة_128 Also included in: al-Mu'tabar min Bihar al-Anwar : v.3 p.450 (1-2873) It's quite a long narration, here is the first part that talks about washing the hands before eating. أبي رضي الله عنه قال: حدّثنا سعد بن عبد الله قال: حدّثني محمد بن عيسى بن عبيد اليقطيني، عن القاسم بن يحيى، عن جدّه الحسن بن راشد، عن أبي بصير ومحمّد بن مسلم، عن أبي عبد الله عليه السلام قال: حدّثني أبي، عن جدّي، عن آبائه عليهم السلام «أنّ أمير المؤمنين عليه السلام
  15. Salam, There is a chapter in al-Kafi called Description of wudhu before food (صفة الوضوء قبل الطعام) http://shiaonlinelibrary.com/الكتب/1127_الكافي-الشيخ-الكليني-ج-٦/الصفحة_290#top The narrations are talking about washing the hands, not full ablutions.
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