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kiptanui

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    kiptanui got a reaction from salman1 in Nouman Ali Khan contraversial talk   
    on facebook millions are sharing this but i find it controversial. lacks haya
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    kiptanui got a reaction from notme in Marja need to change fatwa on handshake   
    Can you bring hadith and quran about this?
     
    I am not as dum as i seem :-)
    the points are implied in my OP. allow me, allow me to say more
    the fatwas of marja say you can shake if it bring unbearable harm. problem is they live in qum and cant tell us what is unbearabel harm here. yes i speel things badly on purpose.
    islam says give ur religion a good image. islam says have good manners. islam had different laws in makka and madina. different places have different laws. first muslims didnt do all things because society would reject it. later in madina islam more established then more laws brought in.
    islam says protect lives of muslims. this is one way to do it. people think we are not mean and nasty.
    islam says bring people to islam. we dont do this by being rude.
    islam says muslims should not be ostricisted ifrom josb in society. not hand shaking does this.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from notme in are mixed race marriages still nearly impossible?   
    oh absolutely agree ... but it doesnt really work like that. religious youth dont like to hurt their parents . i have been accepted by girls a few times and rejected by their parents because of race. also you got to remember most times you need to go to the father first and not the girl. father says no before you meet her.
    but hey that i experienced some years ago ... has the community improved? is it worth trying again?
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    kiptanui got a reaction from A true Sunni in great site on tatbir   
    http://www.tatbir.org
     
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    kiptanui got a reaction from AnotherShepherd in great site on tatbir   
    http://www.tatbir.org
     
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Sumerian in I am confused and i need your help!   
    its not twisted logic it is perfect logic
    he has 3 options
    1, break up with her and maybe never find a good girl he like again
    2, marry her and suffer for life cause he cant help how he feels
    3, get engaged to her and do mutah to make him feel good. she gets husband he gets a wife!! EYERYONE is HAPPY!
    I am a genius. I have solved the problem of girls with halal pasts. all single men and all girls with pasts can thank me. girls with pasts find it hard to get married ..... i solved the problem for them.
     
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Haji 2003 in Media Make Women Homosexual   
    pics of naked sexualized women all over the joint. yo. if u had pics and videos of sexualized men all over -- we men would put a stop to it!!! U NEED TO STOP THIS NONSENSE.
    http://mic.com/articles/128000/the-truth-about-women-and-same-sex-attraction-is-more-complicated-than-we-think
    A complicated (and problematic) question: Evolutionary explanations aside, Rieger's findings overlook a host of outside factors, particularly the sexualization of women in the media, which could contribute even to straight women's perceptions of other female bodies as sexual objects. Men's bodies aren't sexualized or objectified in the same way (in fact, it's not even close). Our culture's tendency to objectify women's bodies, which has been chronicled again and again and again, teaches us to conclude that women are invariably sexual objects, regardless of whether we actually want to have sex with them.
    Furthermore, Rieger's study neglected to address the fact that it's generally more socially acceptable for women to self-identify as bisexual than it is for men, due in no small part to cultural tropes that fetishize women having sex with other women. Such tropes, combined with the idea that women in general are more likely to be objectified than men, might play a role in conditioning women to respond to other female bodies with sexual arousal, regardless of whether they self-identify as straight or gay.
    In this context, reducing the findings of the study to "women are inherently bisexual" seems more than a tad problematic, especially without considering additional cultural influences on female sexuality. It certainly can't hurt to have more evidence that labels don't even begin to explain how incredibly fluid and complex human sexuality is. But making blanket generalizations about female sexuality doesn't quite help, either.
    Psychologist John Buss estimates that for most of human history, perhaps 2% of women have been lesbian or bisexual (see note 1, below). Not any more. Recent surveys of teenage girls and young women find that roughly 15% of young females today self-identify as lesbian or bisexual, compared with about 5% of young males who identify as gay or bisexual (see note 2, below).
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sax-sex/201004/why-are-so-many-girls-lesbian-or-bisexual
    dear women STOP LOOKING AT OTHER WOMEN. HAVE SOME SHAME. DONT DO FEMALE ONLY DANCE PARTIES. DONT WATCH MOVES THAT SEXUALIZE WOMEN. LOWER YOUR GAZE.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from laithAlIRAQI in Will Mutah Ruin Me?   
    thanks shia askari :) i decided not to do it.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from notme in Question For Pro Mutah Women   
    when an imam was asked for mutha with his daughter.... he turned his face. mutah is not for all situations. mutah is makhrooh for virgin girls...... must be wisdom in that. no? u read my op ... girls get pregnant and natural shame feelings r not surprisin.
    my attitudes towards non virgins havin mutha is different. i think too that LTR mutah like a proper relationship .. is okay too.
    islam isnt black & white. if u know casual sex mutah is gonna harm you mentally ..... is it good to do it?
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    kiptanui reacted to Bright in Question For Pro Mutah Women   
    I haven't gotten around to posting in that other thread yet, although I've read it.
     But I don't think most of the women in it are necessarily "pro-mutah" (nor necessarily anti-mutah). I think the issue is more that you were a little insensitive in early posts regarding divorced women.
     
    Then later, you mentioned that one divorced woman you met with was still hung-up over her ex-husband, which is an understandable issue for you to have... but that mention was probably missed among a lot of other stuff you wrote.
     
    But also, I think you need to differentiate that from someone who is divorced but not hung-up on an ex-spouse.  It's one thing if they got divorced but still miss each other, especially if the divorce is due to "artificial reasons" like geography rather than real incompatibility (perhaps somewhat like an example Bakir gave, about his friend who remembers "the best years of his life").
     
    But in contrast to that, lots of people get divorced and may not be hung-up at all. Because for example, perhaps they had an arranged marriage with someone who was terrible, or it wasn't arranged but the person pretended to be something they weren't, or many other possibilities, etc.
     
    And on the other hand, even on ShiaChat, you sometimes see posts from people who didn't sleep with the other person, but they got so emotionally involved that they're hung-up over them.  
     
    I think your issue regarding that would really be whether they're hung-up over someone else, rather than whether they're divorced.
     
    But as you and others wrote, a lot of it simply comes down to preference, and different people will have different preferences.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from kamyar in Shiachat Rijalists Are Overrated.   
    oh noo! im not saying hate on them! i am just think they get put on pedestals. some of them rijalists dont even know much quran or politics or mantiq or erfan .... but on shiachat if you know arabic and rijal u are like a scholar. the rijaists are kings .. u gonna have a blowback.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from hasanhh in Tinder, This World Has Changed   
    i used to think women hated casual sex. i thought it was men who were the animals. i came on forums like ... this one and .. saw all the girls bash mutah. they hate mutah. i was wrong!!!!! because they are not like normal girls!! i just read about ... tinder. soooo many normal girls and boys do casual sex. this world has changed for the worset. people are sick. western culture is sick!!! i fear for shia girls and boys ..... . i think they will become like these western sickos. thank goodness older generations had respect.
    someone tell me why????? i dont understand why girls are like this!!!! why??? .... why western girls do tinder and hookups??? i am confused .... cause its not girls nature!!!
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Al-Hassan in Evil Men   
    lanat on shaikh abu muntasir and his like

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    kiptanui got a reaction from Fatima NMA in How Do You Ask About The Past?   
    you are accusing everyone of having a past? wow that is extreme!!! i will have u know i NEVER touched, hugged or dated a girl. i never told a girl flirty or romantic things. just cause u did it dont mean the rest of us did it. i'm in my late 20s. those sisters who are having a go at me for wanting someone without a past .... why dont you let your man have a 2nd wife?? i cant stand the thought of kissing a wife whose mouth went to some other place ...... or another man touched her with his stuff. i am human .... i cant help how i feel. if a woman dont want a polygamous husband then i dont want a wife with a past. i understand y you women feel like that about polygamy ... and u should try to understand y i feel like that about pasts.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Mahdi_theguideforall in How Do You Ask About The Past?   
    you are accusing everyone of having a past? wow that is extreme!!! i will have u know i NEVER touched, hugged or dated a girl. i never told a girl flirty or romantic things. just cause u did it dont mean the rest of us did it. i'm in my late 20s. those sisters who are having a go at me for wanting someone without a past .... why dont you let your man have a 2nd wife?? i cant stand the thought of kissing a wife whose mouth went to some other place ...... or another man touched her with his stuff. i am human .... i cant help how i feel. if a woman dont want a polygamous husband then i dont want a wife with a past. i understand y you women feel like that about polygamy ... and u should try to understand y i feel like that about pasts.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Al-Hassan in For The Sisters. Doing Mutah Result Sin Forgivenes   
    peaceloving i agree with you. i wanted to show this dude some hadiths are wrong. i am angry with him cause he posts any old thing. he acts like a monk and wants women to do lots of mutah!!! use your mind OP, a sinner woman does mutah and her sins are forgiven??? will u allow ur mum to be a mutah worker?
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    kiptanui got a reaction from CLynn in How Do You Ask About The Past?   
    thanks clynn and fatima. i agree with u. god bless u. if i was giving advise to another person .... i would say the same. magma its a nice video but i cant relate .. i have never been like them. i rejected sins when girls asked me.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in How Do You Ask About The Past?   
    thanks clynn and fatima. i agree with u. god bless u. if i was giving advise to another person .... i would say the same. magma its a nice video but i cant relate .. i have never been like them. i rejected sins when girls asked me.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in How Do You Ask About The Past?   
    i dont have a past ..... never been in a relationship or kissed someone etc etc. i am not judging her past .. but i cant stand the thought of her with another man. the girl who did mutah was good.. i could have married her but if i found out after marriage i wouldnt be able to stand it. my friend saved me. a man is naturally very jelous. to know a girl was touched by another man is a killer thought .....
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Fatima NMA in How Do You Ask About The Past?   
    thanks clynn and fatima. i agree with u. god bless u. if i was giving advise to another person .... i would say the same. magma its a nice video but i cant relate .. i have never been like them. i rejected sins when girls asked me.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from EthidiumIodide in A Most Beautiful Dream   
    why should i believe you???? some random dude on the net with temper problems and misguided views. i say ur a fake and y do u show off? a true religious guy doesnt show off so his ego gets inflated and people say mashallah. go on reply with another angery rant ..... which proves ur a fake.
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Mahdi_theguideforall in For The Sisters. Doing Mutah Result Sin Forgivenes   
    where is the dislike button? do you post just anythin nit knowing if it is saheeh? be afraid!
    anyone can play ur copy and paste game.
    The following hadith is found in al Kafi, Tafsir al Qumi and other reliable shia classical books of ahadith:
    Muhammad, from Ahmad, from ibn Mahboob, from Jamil b. Saleh, from Aban b. Tughlub, from Abi Abdillah (as)
    Narrator says) I asked the Imam (as) about the planet Earth, does it rest upon anything? Imam (as) replied: "It rests upon a whale." I asked: "Does the whale rest upon anything?" Imam (as) replied: "Upon the water." I asked: "Does the water rest upon anything?" Imam (as) replied: "Upon a rock." I asked: "Does the rock rest upon anything?" Imam (as) replied: "Upon the horn of a straight/smooth backed bull." I asked: "Does the bull rest upon anything?" Imam (as) replied: "Upon wet sand/soil." I asked: "Does the soil rest upon anything?" Imam (as) replied: "Beyond (comprehension that is)! This is where the knowledge of the scholars goes astray
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Fatima NMA in Wushu Sisters?   
    very nice sport. good on the sisters for keeping healthy. but the hijab! :s wear a longer top i say. i had to lower my gaze a few times :s
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in Mod Please Post This(40 Day Water Fast)   
    YO YUKA! dont misguide! read the hadis in bold ... then weep. A group of companions and Shī°as of Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) narrate that the Imām asked us: “What is the most pleasurable thing?” We said: “There are many pleasurable things.” Imām said: “The most pleasurable thing is making love with (your) spouses.”1
    It is also narrated from Imām as-Ŝādiq (as): “Whether in this world or in the hereafter, one has not, and will not, perceived a pleasure more pleasurable than sexual relations with women, and certainly this is the commentary of the words of Allāh ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì in the Qur`an, in Surat Āli-’ Imrān, verse 14 where He states: “To mankind has been made to seem decorous the love of (worldly) desires, including women and children.” He then said: “Indeed, the people of heaven do not take delight in the pleasures of heaven more than Nikah2; neither food nor drink has that much pleasure for them.”3
    There are many traditions relaying the importance of sexual relations. It has the station of worship and ŝadaqah, and has been called the sunnah of the Prophet (S).
    Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) narrates that the Prophet (S) addressed one of his companions on the day of Friday and asked: “Are you fasting today?” (The companion) replied, “No.” The Prophet (S) asked: “Have you given anything as ŝadaqah today?” (The companion) replied, “No.” The Prophet (S) told him: “Go to your wife and that is your very ŝadaqah to her.”4
    In another tradition, Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) narrates that the Prophet (S) said to someone: “Are you fasting today?” He said, “No.” The Prophet (S) asked: “Have you gone to visit a sick person?” He replied, “No.” The Prophet (S) asked: “Have you been to escort a deceased person?” He replied, “No.” The Prophet (S) asked: “Have you given food to a poor person?” Again he gave a negative response. The Prophet (S) told him: “Go to your wife and going to your wife is ŝadaqah (Go to you to her so that you get all the reward for all these acts).”5
    Muĥammad bin Khalad narrates from Imām al-Riďā (as): “Three things are from the sunnah of the noble Prophets and the messengers of Allāh, and these are application of perfume, cutting of the hair and engaging in a lot of conjugal relations.”6
    Staying away from sexual relations with one’s wife is a result of Satan’s whisperings, and has many negative consequences such as arguments and rancour between husband and wife.
    It is narrated from Imām as-Ŝādiq (as): Three ladies went to the Prophet (S) to complain. One of them said: “My husband does not eat meat.” The other said: “My husband does not smell perfurme and does not use perfume,” and the third lady said: “My husband does not come near the ladies (i.e. does not engage in sexual relations).” The Prophet (S) with unhappiness, in the manner that his blessed Aba (cloak) was dragging on the floor, left and went to the mosque and on to the minbar.
    He praised Allāh ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì and then said: “What has happened, that a group from my followers don’t eat meat, or don’t apply perfume, or don’t go to their wives? Whilst I eat meat, I apply perfume and also go to my wife. This is my sunnah, and any person that turns away from this sunnah is not from me.”7
    Imām as-Ŝādiq (as) has also narrated: The wife of °Uthmān bin Ma°dhūn came to the Prophet (S) and said: “Oh messenger of Allāh ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì, every day °Uthmān fasts and in the evenings engages in Ŝalāt.” The Prophet (S) picked his sandals and angrily went to °Uthmān (such that he did not wait to put his sandals on) and saw him in the state of Ŝalāt. Because °Uthmān saw the Prophet (S) he abandoned his prayer. The Prophet (S) addressed him and said: “Allāh ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì has not sent me to be a recluse, I swear by Allāh ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì that has instigated me to this pure, orthodox and easy religion, I fast, I pray and I go to my wife, and any one that likes my custom, must be bound by my sunnah and custom, and Nikah8 is from my sunnah.”9
    1. Wasāil ash-Shī~a, vol. 20, pg. 23, no. 24927
    2. Nikah literally means sexual intercourse.
    3. Wasāil ash-Shī~a, vol. 20, pg. 23, no. 24929
    4. Ibid., vol. 20, pg. 109, no. 25163
    5. Ibid., vol. 20, pg. 109, no. 25163
    6. Ibid., vol. 20, pg. 241, no. 25537
    7. Ibid., vol. 20, pg. 107, no. 25158
    8. Nikah literally means sexual intercourse.
    9. Wasāil ash-Shī~a, vol. 20, pg. 106, no. 25157
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    kiptanui got a reaction from Waiting for HIM in Wushu Sisters?   
    very nice sport. good on the sisters for keeping healthy. but the hijab! :s wear a longer top i say. i had to lower my gaze a few times :s
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