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Asad Ali

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  1. salam, salawat bar

    Mohammad wa Aalay Mohammad

    may Allah bless you on your birthday

  2. Salam, Please do. We would like to know if there is one in Valencia, and for the brother above, in Granada or Cordoba. Thanks.
  3. Salam, Anyone know if there are any Shi'a mosques in Spain, particularly the city of Valencia? Thanks.
  4. Salam, Oh well, I hope to see you at the Eid program this weekend! It will begin at 10am, insha'Allah, and on Friday or Saturday. If you need any info, contact me at lionrizvi at gmail.com.
  5. Wa salam, Yeah, Insha'Allah, there will be some progress with the new center plans. However, at this point, it doesn't seem as though there has been much progress. Have we ever met?
  6. Salam, I don't mean to be redundant, but I think this tutorial would be the most helpful. It has the position, Arabic, transliteration, translation, and recitation. Please note that when it writes "this is optional" it is referring to the words spoken as they are simply recommended, but the position will always be required (except for qunoot). Here's the link: http://www.praytime.info/namaz.html
  7. Salam, Here is a wonderful book that has his letters on Islamic government, other letters, speeches, interviews, and it even contains an beautiful translation of those same speeches written by him in "Light Within Me", which will provide you with a much better understanding. http://www.amazon.com/Islam-Revolution-Wri...9613&sr=8-1
  8. Salam, I'm from the Buffalo area if you ever want to get in touch with me. It seems I'm not able to message you, but the brothers around here often get together, so if you'd like to join us, please message me for my email or phone number.
  9. Salam, Question: I ran into this article a few days ago, and it seems fairly outrageous. Can somebody tell me what its basis is? http://www.crescentlife.com/thisthat/femin...ims/sukayna.htm
  10. (salam) I forgot to mention something. With interpretations like this, it seems that some Christians are becoming more like Hindus each day. You say "he was speaking from his human nature, which had limitations." Please stop God from being split up into more and more pieces just to fit your interpretation. Please, stop. Trinity is supposed to be "the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost". Not "the Father, the Son, the Holy Ghost, and the limited manifestation of the Son because when the Word became flesh only part of him became flesh, as it was not possible to make his whole self flesh". To sa
  11. (salam) Mighty God? We might as well say with that evidence, "Daniel" (Judgement of God or Wise God) was God, or even "Michael" (likened unto God) were God as well. Seems that they turned a name that had the two words "mighty" and "God" into something that favors their view. Then again, that is how all translations are... Well, my argument is just this simple suggestion. Let's pray to He who Jesus prayed to. Matthew 6: 9"This, then, is how you should pray: " 'Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, 10your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. 11Gi
  12. ^ If the visions are true are irrelevant on it being the right path or not. God will guide those who are searching to become closer to Him. Christianity cannot be the correct faith, as God had differentiated us from animals with our minds. If our minds and the question "why?" contradict knowing God (that is, the God of Christianity), then it would be safe to say that God is more Just to animals than humans, as they obey God and each organ they are given to life is in agreement with His Existence. Fortunately, within Islam, the mind is opened to basing one's faith off of more than miracles. It
  13. (salam) Maimonides, I haven't truly explored this thread, but I'd imagine this question hadn't beek ask. Is the ONLY way for a sin to be forgiven in Judaism through sacrifice? Because Christians sure make it seem that way... Can you provide some verses that you can find which would back up your claim. Thank you Wa salam
  14. (salam) Ah, okay, thank you. Interesting answers. I had come to a realization that is better to ask questions to strengthen one another's faith, rather than try to prove each other wrong. Creating doubts will cause a person to find the answers and (inshaAllah, God Willing) become closer to God that way. If there are no doubts created, it's always good to review foundations of your faith.
  15. (salam) I have just a small question to ask. Now, if I were to hypothetically ask a Christian the question, "If God had died for all our sins, and will forgive us for them, then can't we do whatever we want and we'd be forgiven?" The Christian would obviously say something like "No, we would have to still have to dedicate our actions to God with our love for Him" I am just wondering, with an answer like that, then what difference does it make if God made the sacrifice or not? I mean, God is the all-Forgiving and the all-Merciful anyway, so why does He have to kill Himself to forgive people?
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