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  1. Well there is a differance of opinion, On Music, I found Yusuf Saanei's explanations and views the most rational and consistent. http://revertmuslims.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=3393 Even Nawha and Ma'tam can be classified as a form of Song and Dance. There are 5 forms of Art corresponding to the 5 senses. Music is Art. Art can be either good, bad or neutral. According to Saanei, if the content and context of the Music is not sinful all Music is allowed and if the content and context is sinful, for example even if one reads a verse of the Qur'an with sinful intent, even reading that verse o
  2. It reminds you of the other Bidahs which he also did after the life of the Prophet (saw)..
  3. (salam) Abdullah ibn Umar was the son of the second tyrant leader of Islam Umar ibn Khattab. He was a prominent authority in hadith and law, sunnis regard him as a great Fahqi (jurist). When Imam Ali (as) became Caliph, Ibn Umar refused to give him allegiance. Instead he moved from Medina to Mecca, saying he was going to perform Umrah. Which according to Sunni school is is wajib to obey those in authority. Not to mention anyone who goes againgst the rightly guided khalifhas is consider a disbeliver. During the Khalifat of Yazid (la) some people of Medina wanted to rebel against Yazid bin Muawi
  4. Quote "Then We sent Moses and his brother Aaron with Our signs and a clear authority" (23:45) we did not have prophets after the seal of the prophets saw, he had caliphs because our religion had been perfected. this is a jewish link to shi-iasm REPLY Sa'd b. Abi Waqqas reported that Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) left 'Ali b. Abi Talib behind him (as he proceeded) to the expedition of Tabuk, whereupon he ('Ali) said: "Allah's Messenger, are you leaving me behind amongst women 4nd children? Thereupon he (the Holy Prophet) said: Aren't you satisfied with being unto me what Aaron was u
  5. anyone? this can be another topic on Ijtihad al Nass? :unsure:
  6. 1. The major differences is in the testimonies being borne. The Shiites bear three testimonies which includes the Mastership (Wilayah) of Imam Ali (as) whilst the others just stop at two. 2. The Shiites do not ascribe a body to Allah (swt) and consider Him (swt) to be beyond sight. The other sects, however, ascribe a body for the Divine Creator and they all agree to that He (swt) can be seen. 3. The Shiites believe in the Justice of Allah (swt) to be part of their primary beliefs whereas the others consider it otherwise. 4. The Shiites believe in the Infallibility of the Holy Prophet (saw) wh
  7. It is work I have accumulated over a period of time from various articles, and once again unless you can prove it is not my work then I let you believe what ever you want. As for contacting Khameni directly, how do you know I already have not? I am always one step ahead my friend. I have a recorded conversation (which I can upload on youtube) where his representive based in the Islamic centre of london (which I will not disclose his name right now) states the both treatments I.V.F and A.I are allowed what you think about that? :D
  8. I understand the fatwas hence why I posted them and as you can see Khameni does not agree with the Al Khoi way of thinking, however where is the evidance from Quran and Hadith on zorastrians been people of the book? is that the reason why some mujthids now think hindus are people of the book? :unsure:
  9. :huh: well I never once claimed this is my work ? so just becuase you come to that assumption it was, this is a lack of your understanding. Also mentioned Khameni has a argument, so what is that exactly? becuase I am still waiting for a logical understanding behind his fatwa which 99 % Mujthids reject. If he does not have a argument then we can only conclude that this is a example of "Ijithad Nass" which then Inshallah we can move to the next fatwa.
  10. On what basis do you make this claim? not to mention, but on both cases Khameni says it is allowed anyway... so you still got a problem..
  11. Al-Hasan ibn 'Al; (as) was asked regarding a woman who after intercourse with her husband engages in Lesbian intercourse with a virgin transferring his sperm to her, consequently making the latter pregnant. The Imam (as) replied: The mahr of the virgin shall be exacted from the marric d woman because the child would not be delivered without the virgin losing her virginity. Then, the other woman shall be stoned to death because of her marital status. Regarding the pregnant woman, they shall wait until she delivers and the child shall be given to the father, i.e. the person of whose sperm it wa
  12. Ok let me get stright to the point, do we have any single hadith where the Aima (as) or the companions used the term? :unsure:
  13. Sorry for the late reply been little busy, I have read your brief reply and in short I would like to ask, If somthing has strictly not been made haram in Islam it is allowed? therfore what is your view regarding smoking weed provided you dont get stoned? also marriage is for the legitimacy of the child, so what is the criteria of not been a [Edited Out] according to Shia School of law?
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