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Al-Mujtaba214

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  1. Salaam Alaykum, I have been doing some research lately, and I would like to know if anyone out there can inshallah post a few hadeeth here from sunni sources relating to Prophet Muhammad's sayings on politics. Well, I would like to see hadeeth (if there are any) that relates to the prophets sayings on taking an active role in the society when it comes to politics, supporting the rights of the oppressed, opposing those who do zulm (injustic), etc. Anything would be great. Look foreward to reading a few inshallah :) Wasalaam.
  2. Salaam Alaykum, I hope everything is well with everyone. I just have a few questions about adapting to life here in the west according to the proper Islamic ways/manner- like what Islam would advise. 1. The first question is about women here in the west. Almost everywhere in public places, women dress half naked. This causes me to look at them lustfully. I mean, they are everywhere, so obviously I cannot avoid it. But I do not want to continue looking at them lustfully, so wouldn't looking at women more constantly and trying and accept them as normal people help stop the lustful looking? I mea
  3. Yes brother I am sure. I even emailed the ayatollah's office to ask that. It said that you need to pour water on the najis area to make is clean (pak), and then you can use cloth/tissue to wipe off the water. Here is some other info from Ayatollah Sistani's Website that may be helpful: These are some rulings about making things clean: http://www.sistani.org/index.php?p=251364&id=48&pid=2140 - Bother, in case you are confused, for all najis things, the only way how you can make it clean is if you pour under kurr water (water that is from a small source such as water in a jug) on that ar
  4. Salaam Alaykum brother, Here is something from Ayatollah Sistani's Website regarding exceptional cases when it comes to praying with blood on your body and clothes: Exceptional cases 856. In the following three cases, the prayers offered by a person will be valid, even if his body or dress be najis: If his body or dress is stained with the blood discharged from a wound or a sore on his body. If his body or dress is stained with blood, spread over a space lesser than a dirham (which is almost equal to the upper joint of the thumb). If he has no alternative but to offer prayers with najis body o
  5. Salaam Alaykum, The question is why are kafirs najis? Does their najasat affect us spiritually due to their impure beliefs? If this is so, then is it also true that prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) used to eat the food of the the people who worshipped idols in Mecca and Medina in which the food cooked was probably made by their wet hands, when he was invited by them to dinner so that he may explain the religion of islam to them? Also, I have heard that those who attain high levels of spirituality stay away and take more precaution on the food cooked by those who are not spiritually/ morally good,
  6. salaam alaykum brothers and sisters, i hope that you guyz can inshallah provide me with positive feedback with this very difficult situation of mine. It is necessary that you get to know the personality of my father first. Okay, here i go. Me and my siblings have a very hard time communicating withmy father. it is very hard to just talk to him about life. this is because his attitude is very annoying, and he has a very big anger problem. he only knowz how to get angry and not talk. me and my siblings have a very hard time talk to himabout anything in general. we are very scared to talk to him
  7. ^^ Yes, I think thas the best way to go. Put your trust in Allah and the ahlulbayt. We can inshllah now say that Imam Hassan al- Qazwini is a very good person and is not corrupt alhamdulilah. Inshallah maybe more people can comment on this post as well
  8. Thank- You so much brother for that very informative response. Let me just summarize your main points to see if I understood it correctly: - Father in-law of Sayed Hassan Qazwini was the late Muhammad Shirazi. The family members of the shirazi's are not all against the Islamic Republic of Iran, but rather some do and some don't. - Hakeem family currently leads the Supreme Council in Iraq which had been trained by Iran in the past, and holds very close relations with the U.S Couple of questions brother: - Is it allowed in Islam to sit down at the same table with the oppressors (the Americans) a
  9. Salaams, I am only writing to seek knowledge and I appreciate your response sister. What you have said about Iran having close ties with Saudi is indeed a misconception on your part. There is one thing to keep country relations, and there is another thing to speak out against the oppressed of the world. Ambassadors are called to almost every country, so iranian and saudi embassadors meeting- no problem in it. Their main topics of discussion reflects regional discussions. In reality, Iran has criticized saudi many times and saudi actually would support the American regime if it were to attack i
  10. ^^ No, that was another Qazwini that came on ahlul bayt T.V. That one looked fairly young. Don't know his first name though. But, what I want to hear is facts about their political stance. Thanks. Wasalaam.
  11. Bismillah hir rahmanir rahim, Allahuma salli ala muhammadin wa aali muhammad Salaams to all my brothers and sisters reading this post. I hope that anyone can provide feedback on this very critical subject area. Lately, I have been hearing a lot of rumors about the Sayeds known as the Qazwini's. In particular, I would like to ask about one sayed, Imam Hassan Al- Qazwini, who lives down in dear- born, Michigan and is the current imam of the Islamic Centre of America down in dear-born, Michigan. I've been hearing that he has very close ties American politicians in the white house. Unfortunately,
  12. Bismillah hir rahmanir rahim, Allahuma salli ala muhammadin wa aali muhammad Salaams to all my brothers and sisters reading this post. I hope that anyone can provide feedback on this very critical subject area. Lately, I have been hearing a lot of rumors about the Sayeds known as the Qazwini's. In particular, I would like to ask about one sayed, Imam Hassan Al- Qazwini, who lives down in dear- born, Michigan and is the current imam of the Islamic Centre of America down in dear-born, Michigan. I've been hearing that he has very close ties American politicians in the white house. Unfortunately,
  13. Salaam Alaykum, My question is in regards to the wife- beating verse in the quraan. Does Seestani says its okay to beat your wife if it is a symbolic tap and if it does not cause any dark or red marks? A brother in our community told me he went to see sistani a couple of years back and he asked sistani through a translator if the word in the verse meant 'beat'. Sistani replied 3 times that it did mean 'beat'. Everyone else around was shocked to hear that from him. Do you know some of the ruling/ hadeeth behind this? Also, he said that he asked sistani about Hindus (kafirs), and the response Si
  14. I dont understand this ruling.. would some one please explain to me? Thanks. Wasalaam. Well.. depending on who u speak to- some actually consider khameni more educated than sistani
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