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Ejaz

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  1. Maybe what @eThErEaL is describing is the “non-attachment” of one’s emotions and feeling to “oneself” e.g. “I am” not fearful but rather more of an observer of “fear”.
  2. Anyway coming back to the OP does anyone know why it is the case? I guess may be related to the Bismillah, or the lack of preservation of the original (“Pure”) message of these other faiths?
  3. Salaam wouldn’t you say that “Islam” is what is written in the Qur’an, the aimmah and anbiya, and not what the adherents make it to be?
  4. Ejaz

    Farewell

    Salaam alaykum Just a question brother (if you don’t want to answer that’s alright), why the need to delete your account? Why not just quit irl or not be active and if in a few years you want to come back we’ll know it’s Brother aaaz?
  5. Lol from what I know I think he is saying “there is a heart inside the chest there is a heartbeat inside the heart the heartbeat says ‘Ali Ali’” ”heartbeat heartbeat Ali Ali”
  6. Salaam $1 is not small amount if 100 people give $1 it will be $100.. also you don’t have to give every day if you don’t want to especially if you are young or don’t have a job. I think it is good to buy food if you have time or to donate to homeless care organisations because they may use the money for drugs but money is good too because it know is the intention that counts.
  7. Salam I suppose it is true that Allah would have forgiven him had his repentance been sincere which can be seen from below:
  8. Salaam, a lot of Muslims have used the chapter to prove the prophethood of rasulullah (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). Please do read Brother Qa’im’s post as it explains some of the reasons in detail. It couldn’t be about Jesus ((عليه السلام)) because Kedar was the son of Ishmael.
  9. As explained in detail by Brother Qa’im here: there seems to be many indications that Isaiah 42 refers to the Holy Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم). However, do the Shi’a still accept that this refers to the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم), given that we do not support the Umayyad, Abbasid and Ottoman caliphates? Verse 4 of Isaiah states: So it may seem that the verse says that Islam will reach the Islands, and that the Earth will be filled with justice. Do correct me if I’m wrong. JazakAllahu Khayran
  10. Salam, say if you go to a barber shop and there is a trans and a male barber how would you say I am waiting for the male barber without getting the trans barber offended, given the legislation in some countries? I think a safe way would be to say that you have cut with the male barber before or smth
  11. I would say it is more concerning that Nikè has been accused twice of blaspheming God’s name, at least relative to the etymology of its name. I know it may be far fetched because you could make out symbols from nothing, but being accused twice indicates a certain likelihood or probability of an agenda. Further, if you watch some channels by our Sunni brothers, they show some video games disrespecting God as well. https://www.today.com/style/nike-air-max-shoe-logo-called-offensive-Muslims-Allah-design-t147626 https://www.nytimes.com/1997/04/10/sports/Muslims-seek-nike-s-apology.html
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