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  1. I've been following news about this new "caliph" who was announced March of this year. All in all the details of his identity are still very murky and he was supposedly captured in Turkey around May time. The most interesting thing to me was that it was claimed that he is a Sayyid (however the info on Wiki has now changed to being a guess based on his kunya) It's also interesting that these last 3 "caliphs" (including the newest one announced yesterday) have had kunyas which include "al Hashimi" and "al Qurashi" I remember reading a hadith that the Sufyani will come calling for "revenge" and that he would also claim lineage to the Prophet of Allah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). I can't remember exactly where, might have been in brother Bilal Muhammed's book on the Qaim (عليه السلام). With that said this is just speculation on my part. Even though ISIS might be severely weakened, they are still there. Lanat upon them all and May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) grant peace to the victims.
  2. As Salamu Alaykum friend, I'm pretty sure the fulfillment of wishes and desires is for Janat. When Imam Mahdi (عليه السلام) arrives, this world is still a test and Qiyamah is still to come
  3. Jazakhallah Khair for the posts friend and the links. In that lecture of Brother Hussain Makke he talks about how even the most ordinary of people could be amongst the most pious [Here's a link for a clipped video of the bit of the lecture that I'm talking about] I'm hoping some of the guys here have had experience with someone like this in their community etc. and would be willing to share InshaAllah.
  4. As Salamu Alaykum guys, Starting this thread out of inspiration from lecture of Brother Hussain Makke where he mentions how some of the most pious people can be unknown and amongst the common folk. Also inspiration from a hadith I read about from Imam Jafar al Sadiq (AS)(?) regarding how the true Shia of the Ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) near the end of the Occultation are unknown and unassuming. So with that said, InshaAllah could some of you guys share your experiences, if you have had any, with a person who you thought was as close to piety as the Muslims of the past.
  5. As Salamu Alaykum, This is what I had always thought as well. The controversial statement that I know of with regards to Tawassul is people saying Ya Ali Madad. Something which I personally disagree with.
  6. Wouldn't it be more sensible to at least explain why you are of the position of it being a sin etc., instead of condemning a group straight to hell? Also friend you should be careful about generalising such controversial issues. Duas for you friend
  7. My bad for the double post guys, posted this as guest yesterday but didn't think it got posted
  8. Isn't it more likely that when the events of Al Qaim's(عليه السلام) appearance happens at the Kaaba, that it would go 'viral' anyway. Anyone who believes would know the signs and would, InshaAllah, hastily travel to his location. Also I'm sure there's a hadith about an announcement from the sky about his arrival?
  9. As Salamu Alaykum guys, Has anyone heard about this? U.S. concerned about Iranian threats to Saudi Arabia https://www.reuters.com/world/us-concerned-about-threats-iran-against-saudi-arabia-2022-11-01/ Supposedly Saud has gone to the US warning about some imminent attack by Iran towards the kingdom. I'm sure I read another article somewhere saying it's a planned attack on infrastructure. This story seems to have gained some traction on Reddit too. Iran has literally become enemy number 1 in the West right now
  10. Personally, I do feel the government should've handled this better than what they have. Also, I don't see it as the only reason but do you really believe Israel/ the U.S and whoever else, is not frothing at the mouth regarding what is happening? On social media right now there is enough anti-Iran, anti-Islamic rhetoric that I would be surprised if Iran's opposition is not fueling the flame
  11. Inna Lillahi Wainna Ilayhi Rajiun Lanat upon their killers and those who have been targeting the Hazara community for years. On Twitter it seems the protests of the sisters in Afghanistan has been given association with the Iran protests. I don't see how it is the same thing?? Also does anyone know of any Shia organisations who campaign on thrir behalf etc?
  12. Likewise. I do think it is possible what brother Muzaffer says about the group surrounding Ayatollah Sistani. My only gripe after watching this video is that it's made me even more confused on exactly who I should be following. Especially since I know brother Muzaffer is pro-Iran and wouldn't criticise the leadership
  13. As Salamu Alaykum, Posting here in case I have missed it, but has there been a thread regarding the recent suicide blasts targeting Hazaras in Afghanistan?? Inna Lillahi WaInna Ilayhi Rajioon
  14. Salam, I've gathered that you oppose the Iranian government etc., however out of curiosity, what would you consider a better alternative? Genuine question, interested in your view
  15. As Salamu Alaykum, I can't see how the morality police would sway anyone towards religion, when it just comes across as something Gestapo like. If it was to be implemented wouldn't a better approach be to educate those people that they call up? instead of going through an arrest procedure etc. With that said I'm wondering what Imam Ali's (عليه السلام) policy was on the hijab during the caliphate. Can someone point me in the right direction? InshaAllah
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