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islamicrose21

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  1. thank you for your answer, but it doesnt seem like it updated since it states ramadan starting on the 7th, and I was told it starts on the 6th...
  2. As salam alaykoum wa rahmatoulahi wa barakatuh, I am a shia convert who lives in Montreal (Quebec, Canada), but I do not go to mosque, if I had to I would probably go to CCMM. I follow Ayatullah Fadlallah, and my husband's family is from Lebanon. CCMM's website doesn't update regularly (if at all) so I am never sure of exactly what date is today, and this is very frustrating when trying to say my duas on the right nights/days, ramadan, ashura, etc... Where (website), if it exists, could I find an updated (updates regularly throughout the year) hijri calendar? JazakAllah khairan!
  3. As salam alaykoum wa rahmatoulahi wa barakatuh, I was wondering what the rules concerning a mother praying with her son(s). Where do they have to stand? What if daughter(s) are there as well, where do they stand? If someone could please "paint" me a mental picture... Does it make a difference their age and levels of knowledge?... JazakAllah khairan for your answers!
  4. As salam alaykoum wa rahmatoulahi wa barakatuh, I know a man can pray anywhere right? But what about a woman, I was wondering if it was allowed for her to pray "on the go"? for example: in a park, in an airport, etc... that would imply that people might see her since those places are public obviously... JazakAllah khairan for your answers!
  5. As Salam Alaykoum Wa Rahmatoulahi Wa Barakatuh, I have always wondered... Dua Kumayl should be recited on Thursday Nights... That being said, knowing that in the Hijri calendar, a day always begins with the night at Maghrib time and then goes on to the day part... as supposed to a day in the Gregorian calendar which goes from midnight to midnight. My question is: Shouldn't we recite Dua Kumayl on Wednesdays after Maghrib time (Gregorian time), because if we recite it on Thursday Nights (Gregorian time), aren't we already Friday night (Hijri time)? Hopefully my question isn't too confusing lol! JazakAllah Khairan for your answers!
  6. From the Dictionnary: "Compulsion" (noun): The action or state of forcing or being forced to do something I think you mean "There is NO compulsion in religion" (2:256)
  7. can someone please give me the ayat, hadeeth of fatwa where it states that a woman cannot be forced into wearing hijab, but that it should be from her own free will. JazakAllah Khairan for your answers (wasalam)
  8. thank you all for your answers! "Man has no right to sex in muta'a, while he does in Nikah." i thought relations were allowed in muta'a?
  9. As salam alaykoum wa rahmatoulahi wa barakatuh, I would like to know what are the differences between muta'a and permanent nikah other than one having a set time frame and the other being permanent. JazakAllah Khairan for your answers!
  10. Rayann is a first name given to males and females in the Islamic world, especially among the Arabs. In the Persian language it also means 'fragrant herb' or 'sweet scented herb'. In Arabic, 'sweet scented herb' is Rayhaan. Rayhaan is found in Surah Rahman, ayah 12; and Surah Waqi'ah, ayah 89. Rayan or Rayyan is the name to one of Islam's Heaven gates through which only the observers of Ramadan would enter on the Day of Resurrection. (from Wikipedia) I don't see why shias wouldn't use it...?
  11. (salam) There are a lot of videos packed with information on youtube, I've lately been watching mostly from Sheikh Hamza Sodagar, Sayed Ammar Nakshawani and Hajj Hassanain Rajabali...
  12. Jazakallah khairan for your answer, I wasn't sure if the same applied to an Aqeeq ring.
  13. I am a woman and I would like to start wearing a yemeni aqeeq ring. Though, all my jewelry is yellow gold, and all the ones I find online are silver. Is it okay for me to custom-make an aqeeq ring in gold or should it be made of silver, even for women? Jazakallah khairan for your answers! (wasalam)
  14. i asked the question to www.wabil.info and here's what they answered me... "If you were not taught when you became a Muslim about the proper way to perform Ghusl, you do not need to repeat the past worships, but you must perform proper Ghusl from the time you came to know about it to make your worship proper. May Allah (SWT) bless you with more light and more useful knowledge and sincerity. Wassalam. Mohammad al-Musawi"
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