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Replicant

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    Goodbye

    Please deactivate me now!
  2. Replicant

    Goodbye

    Thanks for the kind words people. If you would like to keep in touch via Facebook, then drop me a PM and I'll give you my add! I already have quite a lot of people from here!
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    Goodbye

    Salaam, My time here is up. Thanks for the knowledge over the years - but I find this place stressful and I need to sever ties now. Mods, please deactivate my account in a few days time. I just want to contact the people I want to keep in touch with before I leave (and if you wish to keep in touch with me, please inbox me and I will happily exchange details). Take care.
  4. We live in a sick world. I have no hope left.
  5. I made a roast vegetable lasagne.
  6. Demba Ba fasts during Ramadhan. When he started for Newcastle, he played whilst fasting and wasn't playing well and the fans were getting on his back. When Ramadhan ended, he started banging in the goals and he explained that he was fasting before, hence the lesser performances. However, other footballers don't fast properly. Nicolas Anelka says he doesn't fast on matchdays in Ramadhan and makes up for it afterwards (which is technically wrong). You don't find many religious Muslim footballers.
  7. Chicken doner wrap. One of my favourite takeaways.
  8. He also compared Hussainiyas to brothels, in his words (comments section): http://realtashayyu.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/womanising-allowed.html No respect for him AT ALL.
  9. How do we know the people they beat up for Shia? (I'm not doubting it, but genuinely want to know). PS. Another video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZKouFsOomk&feature=youtu.be
  10. As much as I hate him (as a Liverpool fan), it is mostly because of jealousy. The guy is a legend and it will be very odd to see the club without him. I don't think anyone can replace him and this could be the end of United at the TOP - especially if David Moyes becomes, as expected, the next manager.
  11. That was absolutely hilarious - that taqiyyah line killed me.
  12. On Facebook, the caption of the picture says: "These are some of the Salsfist/Takfirist terrorist that desecrated the resting place of the Prophet's companion,Hujr Ibn Adiy Al Kindi(rd),in Sy."
  13. Statement of Condemnation on the crime of demolishing the tomb of the Honourable Sahaabi Hujer ibn Uday Al-Kindy in Marj Adhra district near Damascus 22 Jumadi al-Thani 1434 In His Name The Most High The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a heavy punishment is theirs in the Hereafter; (Holy Quran 5:33) Imam Ali Foundation in London – Liaison Office Centre of Grand Ayatollah Al Sayyid Al Seestani (long may he live), deplores the heinous crime perpetrated these days by a clique hating Islam and Muslims and symbols of the loyal companions of the prophet - so as to demolish the tomb of the Sahaabi Hujer ibn Uday Al-Kindly in Marj Adhra district near Damascus. This incident was not the first of its kind. It was preceded by other graves, belonging to the household of the prophet (peace be upon them) and their righteous companions, being demolished. But embarking and replicating such a crime during these days carries more than an indication that this venomous bunch’s action only aims to inflame the spirit of sectarianism and division between Muslims at a time when we desperately need to gather unity and affinity. This criminal vindictive act shows this bunch has no regard for Islam and its protégés and allies. Hujer and his noble companions were murdered by Mua’wiyah in Marj Adhra only because they defended the sanctity of the Wilaya al Kobra of the Commander of the Faithful Ali ibn Abi Talib (peace be upon him) who embodied the authentic Mohammadi Islam. Their malicious action demonstrates that they did not come to liberate the country from oppression and oppressors, as they claim, but they came to violate the sanctities and the holy sites and run amok in the land. The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a heavy punishment is theirs in the Hereafter; (Holy Quran 5:33) The shrine of the honourable sahaabi Hujer ibn Uday is among the important and general shrines for Muslims in Damascus. Its desecration and exhumation in this way illustrates the criminal terrorist and backward method of transgression and disrespect for Islamic sanctities that aims to destroy and vandalize them. Based on our public responsibility, we therefore call upon all the chivalrous and committed people, especially those in charge, to bear their responsibility towards this matter by condemning and denouncing such a crime which warns of a great Fitna and a worse evil. And from among you there should be a party who invite to good and enjoin what is right and forbid the wrong, and these it is that shall be successful. (Holy Quran 3:104) Imam Ali Foundation – London 22 Jumadi al-Thani 1434 3 May 2013
  14. Quite shocked at some of the disrespect and comments on this thread.
  15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4npHxSQmCig&feature=youtube_gdata_player
  16. Salaam - don't shoot the messenger. There was a discussion on this issue at a mosque in the UK just now. A man at the discussion knew somebody in Iraq. This somebody in Iraq was very close to the son of the late Ayatollah Baqir Hakim (ra)(Sayed Haidar Hakim). Haidar Hakim phoned the guy in Syria who is in charge of Hujr's shrine. The guy from Hujr's shrine said: The terrorists destroyed the shrine and wanted to exhume Hujr's body. They kept on digging and digging to get to the body but it was as if the earth kept filling up the more they dug. They continued to dig and dig but they couldn't get near the body. They then gave up and were instantly killed. Ya Allah what a miracle!
  17. Ya Allah! They murdered him and now they have murdered him again.
  18. It's not irrelevant. http://www.najaf.org/english/book/5/inside/30.htm http://www.najaf.org/english/book/2/inside/9.htm Refrain from posting in Islamic Law threads when you are not a Muslim.
  19. I had Chilli Paneer - my FAVOURITE vegetarian dish ever and one of my favourite all-time dishes. Mother is spoiling me!
  20. Salaam, If you bought it from a non-Muslim country, it is likely that the leather comes from an animal that has not been slaughtered Islamically, which makes it najis. Hence, yes - you would need to take them off during prayer. If you bought the leather from a Muslim country, then it is likely it came from Halal leather, so then you wouldn't need to remove it.
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