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In the Name of God بسم الله

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  1. You can overgrill as long as you stay rational. It's just like politics, it's all about cutting deals and seeing where you can make compromises.
  2. Things/disputes which you can discuss with wisdom and perseverance outside marriage can potentially remove a mountain out of a molehill inside it. Either your friend and his potential spouse didn't grill each other appropriately or they simply realized that they weren't compatible. You have to grill your chicken properly, don't eat it raw, or you'll just get a stomach disease and die.
  3. That's funny. I know why you would react in such a way, because such a practice is extremely uncommon and rare. You have no idea how painful it is to enter marriage without solving any issues or laying out any personal conditions before hand. People approach marriage with no common sense and rationality whatsoever, they're just swimming in a form of ecstasy that won't last for very long. It's the reason why you see so many broken and messed up marriages, because there are never any fundamental discussions between potential spouses as to how the marriage will work and what is going to happen, just useless cringe worthy talk about how much they love each other. This why I said that potential spouses should grill each other so that when it comes to marriage, they will see eye to eye and the marriage will turn out successful.
  4. Here is what I would do: My prospective spouse and I would sit face to face and engage in grilling each other openly with personal questions, every single itsy bitsy detail would be laid out on the table. There is no such thing as most important questions, all questions are important, whether big or small, because they have a correlation with each other.
  5. You do know that intercession isn't only limited to that definition, right? It also defines seeking an intermediary before God, which is what the author is referring to specifically, and this is a dimension of intercession of which the Wahhabis reject outright. I admit that he should have avoided ambiguity. All schools of thought unanimously agree in intercession on Judgement Day, so logic dictates that he is not referring to this form of it. So he didn't say anything incorrect here. If you think about it, most Wahhabis don't really believe in intercession at all. They show utmost abhorrence towards it. Saying that they believe in intercession on Judgement Day is irrelevant, it's not the same, it's just ideological but never actualized in their world.
  6. He is specifically talking about the type of intercession that you are denouncing, which the Wahabbi ideology also consider a form of heresy. Show me exactly where he writes that the Wahabbi do not believe in any type of intercession. You're assuming a presupposition that is non-existent. Read between the lines more carefully.
  7. Since we agree on this premise, deductive reasoning would lead us to the conclusion that Wilayatul Faqih is man-made too and has no right to impose its views or authority upon people.
  8. Very interesting question. Analyzing the context of her situation, she certainly shouldn't be punished by God. If I wouldn't punish her and still have mercy upon her, then surely God is the most merciful and most understanding.
  9. Bhooka is right. Such a narration does not exist and there really is no reality to the concept of clergymen, it's a man-made institution.
  10. You forgot the word 'temporarily' after the word 'spouse'.
  11. I'm 5'7 with shoes. I don't care. I've realized, it becomes a problem if you're self conscious about your height, otherwise you'll find that most people don't give a toss.
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