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Hassan-

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    Hassan- got a reaction from Hameedeh in Makeup   
    You are wrong brother, 'impermissible' and 'haram' are both the same.
    Imam Khamenei:
    Q 51: What is the difference between the terms ‘impermissible’ and ‘ḥarām’? 
    A: Practically, there is no difference between them.
    http://leader.ir/en/book/32/Practical-Laws-of-Islam?sn=5243
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Hazara Massacre   
    Everyone is always blaming Iran, every time Shi'as die it's always Iran's fault. Even if a Shi'a dies all the way in Antarctica for god knows what, It's Iran's fault! Someone dies in Mars, Iran's fault! Iran can't babysit every Shi'a in the world, they can't help everyone on there own. With all the enemies they have right now and how much pressure they have to cope with, they can only do so much. Stop with this nonsense, and thank Allah (awj) for providing us with a Shi'a Islamic state that is defending us and keeping the Shi'a ummah alive. Without Iran, the Shi'as would be vanished.
    Also, Syria and Iraq are much more important than Afghanistan. Iran sending people from Afghanistan to Syria/Iraq is the right move because those countries are far more important and valuable to us. Why? Because there are more Shi'as there than Afghanistan and our shrines are over there too which are in need of protection. You talk about 50 deaths in Afghanistan, but how many deaths would there have been in Syria if Iran wasn't sending troops to Syria? Probably thousands and more. A lot worse than Afghanistan. You blame Iran for the deaths in Afghanistan, but do you forget how many lives they saved in Syria/Iraq? Don't question Iran's decisions, they're a lot smarter than you, they know what they are doing, they know what decisions are best to save Shi'a lives and the most important thing is they aren't infallible. 
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Zainuu in Authenticity of Shaqshaqiyah or Sermon 3   
    He's been shown proof and the truth countless times, but the salafi mentality is a very ignorant one. The fact he believes Allah has a physical body shows you what kind of brain he has and how much he's willing to not accept the truth.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from feefee_xx in Debating in speakers corner with opponents.   
    That Wahabi doesn't even let the Shi'a talk, he just shouts and preaches when he is unable to answer simple questions. 
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    Hassan- got a reaction from feefee_xx in Shiabladerunner zain rizvi attacked by salafi thug   
    50 wahabis ganging up on 1 person, just like how their caliphs and their crew ganged up on Fatima (as) at her house.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from feefee_xx in Why shrines are over crowded   
    The owner of the video will just delete the comments..
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    Hassan- got a reaction from feefee_xx in Sunni/Shia Debate-Mohammed Hijab vs Sayyid Haamid   
    This video is funny, it just shows the hypocrisy of hijab and the Sunnis 
     
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    Hassan- got a reaction from willreadit in Learn how to do wutho!   
    Salam brother, what you said is the view of some of our maraji' but there are other maraji' that have a different view regarding Wudu. Here is a fatwa by Imam Khamenei that allows Wudu for any salah without the niyah of Qurbatan ilallah. 
    Q: May one perform the ẓuhr prayer by means of the same wuḍū’ which had been made for (purposes of) the preceding fajr prayer?
    A: Whenever a wuḍū’ has been made correctly – be it for prayer purposes, reading the Qur’an or just to attain a state of ritual purity – one may continue to perform any ritual or action which conditionally requires a wuḍū’ as long as one’s wuḍū’ hasn’t become void. Even if one doubts as to whether one’s wuḍū’ has become void or not, one may neglect and not pay heed to such doubts and presume the wuḍū’ has not become void.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Let’s talk about gossip, backbiting and slandering   
    Don’t disrespect a marja. You don’t have %0.01 of his knowledge.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Diaz in Let’s talk about gossip, backbiting and slandering   
    There are two types of backbiting. First, is belittling someone behind there back, as in cursing, slandering, name calling or lowering there status. Second, is exposing someone’s private sins to other people. Exposing someone’s public sins is not backbiting. The people that are not haram to backbite depends on your marja. Some like Sayed Sistani say backbiting is only haram to Shias, and others like Imam Khamenei say backbiting is haram for Muslims of any sect. 
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    Hassan- got a reaction from TryHard in Exposing Imam Shaikh Brother Mohammad Tawhidi   
    Abu Musa al-Ashari was the Governor of Kufa during the time of Imam Ali (as). When imam Ali (as) learned that Abu Musa al-Ashari was dissuading the people of Kufah from joining in the battle of Jamal, imam Ali (as) wrote a letter saying this to him:
    "Now, I have come to know of words uttered by you which go in your favour as well as against you. So, when my messenger reaches you prepare yourself and get ready, come out of your den and call those who are with you. Then, if you are convinced of the truth get up but if you feel cowardice go away. By Allah, you will be caught wherever you may be and you will not be spared till you are completely upset and everything about you is scattered and till you are shaken from your seat. Then, you will fear from your front as you do from the rear."
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    Hassan- got a reaction from ShiaChat Mod in Would You Give Permission To Mutah For Your Daughter?   
    Even if she is financially responsible she would still need permission.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Zaidism in Would You Give Permission To Mutah For Your Daughter?   
    Even if she is financially responsible she would still need permission.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from PureExistence1 in If my Iranian/Muslim parents don't pray at all are they kuffar ?   
    Not praying doesn’t make you a kaffir, it’s when you stop believing it’s an obligatory act in Islam that makes you a kaffir. If one drinks alcohol they are still Muslim, but they turn kaffir if they don’t believe alcohol is haram.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Diaz in If my Iranian/Muslim parents don't pray at all are they kuffar ?   
    Not praying doesn’t make you a kaffir, it’s when you stop believing it’s an obligatory act in Islam that makes you a kaffir. If one drinks alcohol they are still Muslim, but they turn kaffir if they don’t believe alcohol is haram.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Zaidism in Would You Give Permission To Mutah For Your Daughter?   
    If she’s not divorced or widowed then no. Although it’s halal (given the father or paternal grandfather’s approval), it will do more harm than good for her. In the Arab culture if a virgin women is known to have done mut’ah then say goodbye to her reputation and future, no man will ever permanently marry her. 
    Just because something is halal it doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Hameedeh in How much money is required to marry   
    Depends where you live. 
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Hameedeh in Undercut Type of Haircuts Allowed?   
    There’s no evidence of it being haram therefore it’s halal, unless it imitates and promotes western culture, which by Imam Khamenei it is haram.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Muawiyah and the murder of Umar ibn Khattab.   
    Being the mother of believers does not give you a higher status than a regular Muslim. There are lots of bad people in Imam Ali (as)’s time that he never cursed, does that mean we should respect them? Whether a person is a wife of the Prophet or not, if they commit apostasy they shall not be shown respect. 
    Anyways I don’t want to derail this thread anymore.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Muawiyah and the murder of Umar ibn Khattab.   
    And that’s exactly why he let her go, out of respect for the Prophet (s), not out of respect for her. Huge difference.
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    Hassan- got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Muawiyah and the murder of Umar ibn Khattab.   
    Her status does not absolve her from the atrocious crime she committed. Imam Ali (عليه السلام) let her go simply because he is Imam Ali, he is known -based on history-  to give second chances to people whether they are of high status or not, or maybe he just never executed her because he had too much respect for the Rasool (s). Whatever the reason may be, her action apostatized her -based on our ahadith- and what she did shouldn’t be defended, especially if you believe in the Wilaya of Imam Ali (عليه السلام). 
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Haji 2003 in Burial without ghusl & cremation questions   
    just ask him yourself here http://leader.ir/en/istifta
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    Hassan- reacted to ali_fatheroforphans in Shaheed Soleimani's beautiful words   
    Salam,
    Shaheed Soleimani (may Allah bless his soul and fill his grave with fragrance) uttered these words (while crying) which break my heart
    "I witnessed her (Hazrat Fatima's) power and motherly love. In hoor (operation kheibar). I saw it in the heart of the fish canal (operation Karbala - 5). And in the middle of the minefield, when you mothers (of the shohada) could not be beside them. And your children withered in pools of blood. I saw her alongside them."
    What a hero the Shia world has lost
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    Hassan- got a reaction from Diaz in Sunni to Shias on ShiaChat   
    This topic will be a compilation of posts from people that converted from Sunnism to Shi'ism on this website. The list below was obtained from a quick Google search to find the posts, but there are definitely hundreds of more convert posts on the forums that I haven't included in the list, but inshAllah I will keep updating the list from time to time.
    In Taqiyya Dissociated from the caliphs Journey from Sunni to Shia Wants to say the Shahada Proud Shia Another Proud Shia Unsure how to tell family Unsure how to tell family #2 Had the courage to tell the family Respected & Intellectual member Believes in the purity of the 12 Imams Respected & Intellectual member Wants to be Shia embracing shiism Proud Shia Young Shia convert The procedure Learning about Shiism opened her mind Alone in a Sunni family Follower of Ahlul Bayt Rough life being Shia Wants to meet Shias Lover of Ahlul Bayt Couldn't stay Sunni anymore Used to be Anti-Shia Alone Shia in the family Shias are the only people that fight Zionism The truth was hidden from her Conversion story Why he became Shia The truth made everything easier ex-Salafi Christian to Sunni to Shia Shiism can convince anyone Convinced shiism is right Shiism is the right path 4 years of research Conversion story Conversion story #2 Conversion story #3 ex-Salafi Difficulty coming to the true path Her and her parents converted to Shiism Losing her/his Sunni friends Embraced Shiism Shia adhan touched her heart Mother to shiism Shiism was the logical way Difficult to join a Shia community Muharram intrigued her Being Sunni is like living in an illusion His family was not happy ex-Salafi Only Shiism made sense Blessed to be Shia Her and her husband joined Shiism Found the true path Somalian Shia His family was displeased Her and her mother converted to shiism Wants to convert to shiism Shiism is with the true path His mother embraced shiism Used to be anti-Shia Conversion story ex-Sunni Joined Shiism after marrying Shia man Christian to Sunni to Shia Sunni lectures never talk about the Ahlul Bayt His ancestors went from Sunni to Shiism Half of her family joined Shiism Her parents were in shock Sunnism is irrational She only found peace with the Ahlul Bayt In taqiyya from nasibi parents ex-Salafi Proud Shia of Ali Wants to learn more ex-Sunni From an influential Sunni family Effected by Karbala His heart is shiism Shiism was more logical Imam Ali was the true successor Sunnis hide the truth / Accepted Ahlul Bayt
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    Hassan- reacted to Qa'im in "All the Perfumes of Arabia" - Muslim Self-help, Available on Amazon   
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