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    ChattingwithShias reacted to ShiaChat Mod in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    Bob and Steve, two non-Muslim friends who happen to be lost in a desert. After days of walking without any water or food, they noticed a Mosque.
    Bob said: "Yes, thank God! I will walk in saying that my name is Mohammed, and you say that your name is Ahmed, this way we'll get some food! Deal?"
    Steve said: "No, I'm sticking with my name."
    They walked into the Mosque and the Sheikh saw them. The Sheikh asked: "What are your names?" Bob said: "My name is Mohammed." Steve said: "My name is Steve."
    Sheikh said: "Guys, please bring some food and water for Steve. And you Mohammed, Ramadan Mubarak!!
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from funklebits in Shia Opinion Of Sufis?   
    I'm always confused when people who support Imam Khomeini and the IRR also criticize Sufism.
     
    The book 40 Hadith by Khomeini, for example, is basically Sufism/Irfan beginning to end and quotes Ibn Arabi and Mulla Sadra. Iranian culture in general is Sufi-ish (Hafez, Rumi, Saadi, flowers, etc)
     
    Also Tabatabai's Al-Mizan is very Sufi influenced too, which a lot of people like.
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from Noor Taleb in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful   http://shiahumor.blogspot.com/   The Christian Preacher in Southern Iraq   Note: It is common Shi’a custom, to shout “Salawat ala Mohammad!” (Blessings upon Mohammad) whenever something extraordinary is said or occurs.     In the 19th century when many Western missionaries were exploring the region and preaching Christianity, a certain preacher visited a remote, backwards village in the Marshes in the South of Iraq.   The preacher delivered a long sermon outlining the basics of Christianity to a crowd of the villagers. Then he told a marvelous tale about a miracle performed by Jesus Christ.   The villagers were impressed and yelled, “Salawat ala Mohammad!”   * A Sunni and a Shi’a   This joke pokes fun at the annual disagreements between Sunni and Shi’a clerics on when the crescent moon is sighted to mark the first day of Ramadan. The two sects also disagree on the specific dates of some holidays, such as the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad (s).     A Shi’a looks out his window and sees a Sunni running on the street panicking and screaming.   The Shi’a asks, “Brother, what is the matter?”   The Sunni said, “It is the Day of Judgment! God is destroying the universe and judging mankind!”   The Shi’a said, “For us that is tomorrow.” *     Popular Ramadan Joke Circulated on WhatsApp   During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims are supposed to fast from eating, drinking and sexual intercourse while the sun is out, and engage in prayer and reading the Qur’an.     They asked a foolish man who was fasting, “Which chapters of the Qur’an do you like best in Ramadan?”   He said, “Al-Maa’idah (‘The Table Spread’), Ad-Dukhaan (‘The Smoke’), and An-Nisaa (‘The Women’).”   *   A Joke from the Lebanese Civil War   In Lebanon the Christians are mainly settled in the North, and Shi’a Muslims mainly live in the South. Some Christians, however, live in the South, and they often adopt the sayings and customs of their Shi’a neighbors.      During the Lebanese Civil War, there was a Christian man named George who lived in the South and he wanted to travel to the North of Lebanon to visit friends. In order to do this, he had to pass a major checkpoint on the highway which was manned by Christian Militiamen. George approached the checkpoint.    The Christian militiaman said, “ID please.”    George gave him his ID.    The militiaman said, “Your ID says you are from the South.”   George said, “Yes.”    The militiaman said, “But it says on your ID that you are Christian.”    George said, “That’s correct.”    The militiaman said, “This ID is fake, you must be a Muslim spy!”    George said, “I am a Christian from the South visiting a friend.”    The militiaman said, “Liar! Get out of the car!”    George said, “I swear by Imam Ali, I am a Christian!”   *   Khoja Jokes   Khojas are a caste of Indian Muslims, with a large diaspora in East Africa and now in the West. Most of them are Twelver Shi’a, but some are Ismaili Shi’a or Sunni. 

    They are known for being entrepreneurial and wealthy.     Jaffer was driving down the street sweating because he had an important meeting and couldn’t find a parking place.    Looking up to heaven he said, “O Allah! Take pity on me. If you find me a parking place I will go to majlis every Thursday, and Friday prayer for the rest of my life, and give up all Bollywood music!”    Miraculously, a parking place appeared. Jaffer looked up again and said, “Never mind, I found one!”    *   A Maulana walks into a video store in and says to the first Khoja he meets, “Do you want to go to heaven?” The man said, “I do, Maulana.” Maulana says, “Then stand over there against the wall.” Then he asked a second man, “Do you want to go to heaven?” The man replied, “Certainly, Mulla Saheb.” The Maulana said, “Then stand over there against the wall.” Then the Maulana walked up to Jaffer and said, “Do you want to go to heaven?” Jaffer said, “No I don’t, Maulana.” Maulana said, “I don’t believe this! You mean to tell me that when you die you don't want to go to heaven?” Jaffer said, “Oh when I die, yes. I thought you were getting a group together to go right now.”    *   A Sufi, a Shi’a and a Salafi on a Deserted Island     A Sufi, a Shi’a and a Salafi were stuck on a deserted island. They found a lamp and rubbed it and then a jinni came out. The jinni said, “I will grant each one of you one wish!”   The Sufi said, “I wish to go back in time and be a disciple of Maulana so he can teach me how to annihilate myself and become at one with the Divine Presence.” The jinni snapped his hand and then the Sufi was transported to the time of Maulana.   The Shi’a said, “I want to go to Karbala so I can visit my beloved Imam Husayn!” The jinni snapped his hand and then the Shi’a was transported to Karbala.   The jinni said to the Salafi, “What is your wish?” The Salafi said, “The Sufi and the Shi’a are gone. My wish already came true!”   *   An Iraq War Joke from 2004   After the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, several rebel groups formed up by 2004. The Shi’as formed a militia called the Mahdi Army and there was a large insurgency of Sunnis in Fallujah. These groups fought American soldiers as well as each other in fierce sectarian battles.     An American soldier was observing the Mahdi Army beating up people on the street. He watched as they cornered a man, and the man said, “By the name of Ali, let me go!” On hearing this, the Mahdi Army let him go. The American solider thought this was a common Iraqi phrase and memorized it as it may come in handy.   The next day the soldier was transferred to Fallujah. After only 30 minutes he was caught by the Sunni Mujahideen (insurgency). Remembering the phrase, he said, “By the name of Ali, let me go!” The Mujahideen looked at each other and said, “Not only is he an American infidel, but he’s also a Shi’a!” and then shot him to death.   *
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from Ejaz in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful   http://shiahumor.blogspot.com/   The Christian Preacher in Southern Iraq   Note: It is common Shi’a custom, to shout “Salawat ala Mohammad!” (Blessings upon Mohammad) whenever something extraordinary is said or occurs.     In the 19th century when many Western missionaries were exploring the region and preaching Christianity, a certain preacher visited a remote, backwards village in the Marshes in the South of Iraq.   The preacher delivered a long sermon outlining the basics of Christianity to a crowd of the villagers. Then he told a marvelous tale about a miracle performed by Jesus Christ.   The villagers were impressed and yelled, “Salawat ala Mohammad!”   * A Sunni and a Shi’a   This joke pokes fun at the annual disagreements between Sunni and Shi’a clerics on when the crescent moon is sighted to mark the first day of Ramadan. The two sects also disagree on the specific dates of some holidays, such as the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad (s).     A Shi’a looks out his window and sees a Sunni running on the street panicking and screaming.   The Shi’a asks, “Brother, what is the matter?”   The Sunni said, “It is the Day of Judgment! God is destroying the universe and judging mankind!”   The Shi’a said, “For us that is tomorrow.” *     Popular Ramadan Joke Circulated on WhatsApp   During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims are supposed to fast from eating, drinking and sexual intercourse while the sun is out, and engage in prayer and reading the Qur’an.     They asked a foolish man who was fasting, “Which chapters of the Qur’an do you like best in Ramadan?”   He said, “Al-Maa’idah (‘The Table Spread’), Ad-Dukhaan (‘The Smoke’), and An-Nisaa (‘The Women’).”   *   A Joke from the Lebanese Civil War   In Lebanon the Christians are mainly settled in the North, and Shi’a Muslims mainly live in the South. Some Christians, however, live in the South, and they often adopt the sayings and customs of their Shi’a neighbors.      During the Lebanese Civil War, there was a Christian man named George who lived in the South and he wanted to travel to the North of Lebanon to visit friends. In order to do this, he had to pass a major checkpoint on the highway which was manned by Christian Militiamen. George approached the checkpoint.    The Christian militiaman said, “ID please.”    George gave him his ID.    The militiaman said, “Your ID says you are from the South.”   George said, “Yes.”    The militiaman said, “But it says on your ID that you are Christian.”    George said, “That’s correct.”    The militiaman said, “This ID is fake, you must be a Muslim spy!”    George said, “I am a Christian from the South visiting a friend.”    The militiaman said, “Liar! Get out of the car!”    George said, “I swear by Imam Ali, I am a Christian!”   *   Khoja Jokes   Khojas are a caste of Indian Muslims, with a large diaspora in East Africa and now in the West. Most of them are Twelver Shi’a, but some are Ismaili Shi’a or Sunni. 

    They are known for being entrepreneurial and wealthy.     Jaffer was driving down the street sweating because he had an important meeting and couldn’t find a parking place.    Looking up to heaven he said, “O Allah! Take pity on me. If you find me a parking place I will go to majlis every Thursday, and Friday prayer for the rest of my life, and give up all Bollywood music!”    Miraculously, a parking place appeared. Jaffer looked up again and said, “Never mind, I found one!”    *   A Maulana walks into a video store in and says to the first Khoja he meets, “Do you want to go to heaven?” The man said, “I do, Maulana.” Maulana says, “Then stand over there against the wall.” Then he asked a second man, “Do you want to go to heaven?” The man replied, “Certainly, Mulla Saheb.” The Maulana said, “Then stand over there against the wall.” Then the Maulana walked up to Jaffer and said, “Do you want to go to heaven?” Jaffer said, “No I don’t, Maulana.” Maulana said, “I don’t believe this! You mean to tell me that when you die you don't want to go to heaven?” Jaffer said, “Oh when I die, yes. I thought you were getting a group together to go right now.”    *   A Sufi, a Shi’a and a Salafi on a Deserted Island     A Sufi, a Shi’a and a Salafi were stuck on a deserted island. They found a lamp and rubbed it and then a jinni came out. The jinni said, “I will grant each one of you one wish!”   The Sufi said, “I wish to go back in time and be a disciple of Maulana so he can teach me how to annihilate myself and become at one with the Divine Presence.” The jinni snapped his hand and then the Sufi was transported to the time of Maulana.   The Shi’a said, “I want to go to Karbala so I can visit my beloved Imam Husayn!” The jinni snapped his hand and then the Shi’a was transported to Karbala.   The jinni said to the Salafi, “What is your wish?” The Salafi said, “The Sufi and the Shi’a are gone. My wish already came true!”   *   An Iraq War Joke from 2004   After the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, several rebel groups formed up by 2004. The Shi’as formed a militia called the Mahdi Army and there was a large insurgency of Sunnis in Fallujah. These groups fought American soldiers as well as each other in fierce sectarian battles.     An American soldier was observing the Mahdi Army beating up people on the street. He watched as they cornered a man, and the man said, “By the name of Ali, let me go!” On hearing this, the Mahdi Army let him go. The American solider thought this was a common Iraqi phrase and memorized it as it may come in handy.   The next day the soldier was transferred to Fallujah. After only 30 minutes he was caught by the Sunni Mujahideen (insurgency). Remembering the phrase, he said, “By the name of Ali, let me go!” The Mujahideen looked at each other and said, “Not only is he an American infidel, but he’s also a Shi’a!” and then shot him to death.   *
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from Mohammed-Mehdi in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    Let's keep this going to make the fasting days fly by!
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    These jokes are good while fasting, to help the time go by...
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Historical Fatwas   
    On the even of WWI when the Western powers were invading Muslim lands, the cleric in Iraq Ayatollah Mohammed Kazim al-Tabataba'I wrote this fatwa:
     
    “Today the European states have attacked the Islamic countries from every corner. Italy has attacked Tripoli in North Africa, Russian troops have occupied northern Iran, and English troops have entered southern Iran. This will inevitably result in the disappearance of Islam.

    Therefore all Muslims, Arab and non-Arab, must prepare themselves to repel unbelief from the two Islamic countries. They must not hold themselves back or spare any expense to bring about the means to expel Italian troops from Tripoli, and Russian and English troops from northern and southern Iran. This is one of the most important Islamic duties, in order that the Ottoman and Iranian empires remain protected and safe from Christian attacks, with Allah’s help.”

    5 Dhu’l Hijjah (1914)

    Mohammed Kazim al-Tabataba’I

     
    Source:
    The Islamic Revolution of 1920 in Iraq by Zuhayr Sulayman, Tr: Batool Ispahany, Al-Tawhid, Vol. 8, No. 1
     
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Historical Fatwas   
    This is a translation of the fatwa written by Mirza Hasan Shirazi which began the Tobacco Protest of Iran in 1891-2. The Qajar shah Nasir al-Din Shah granted a 50 year concession to British G.F. Talbot for a full monopoly of tobacco cultivation in Iran which angered many Iranian merchants and farmers who went out of business. The cleric Mirza Hassan released this fatwa which led to a boycott of the concession and its eventual cancellation since most of the country stopped smoking, including members of the royal family.
    In the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful,
    From this day forward, the use of tobacco for water pipes (tonbaku) and pipe tobacco (tutun), in whatever form it may be, is tantamount to warfare against the Imam of the Age, may Allah hasten his reappearance.
     
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from TryHard in Islamic Jokes and Humor   
    In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful   http://shiahumor.blogspot.com/   The Christian Preacher in Southern Iraq   Note: It is common Shi’a custom, to shout “Salawat ala Mohammad!” (Blessings upon Mohammad) whenever something extraordinary is said or occurs.     In the 19th century when many Western missionaries were exploring the region and preaching Christianity, a certain preacher visited a remote, backwards village in the Marshes in the South of Iraq.   The preacher delivered a long sermon outlining the basics of Christianity to a crowd of the villagers. Then he told a marvelous tale about a miracle performed by Jesus Christ.   The villagers were impressed and yelled, “Salawat ala Mohammad!”   * A Sunni and a Shi’a   This joke pokes fun at the annual disagreements between Sunni and Shi’a clerics on when the crescent moon is sighted to mark the first day of Ramadan. The two sects also disagree on the specific dates of some holidays, such as the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad (s).     A Shi’a looks out his window and sees a Sunni running on the street panicking and screaming.   The Shi’a asks, “Brother, what is the matter?”   The Sunni said, “It is the Day of Judgment! God is destroying the universe and judging mankind!”   The Shi’a said, “For us that is tomorrow.” *     Popular Ramadan Joke Circulated on WhatsApp   During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims are supposed to fast from eating, drinking and sexual intercourse while the sun is out, and engage in prayer and reading the Qur’an.     They asked a foolish man who was fasting, “Which chapters of the Qur’an do you like best in Ramadan?”   He said, “Al-Maa’idah (‘The Table Spread’), Ad-Dukhaan (‘The Smoke’), and An-Nisaa (‘The Women’).”   *   A Joke from the Lebanese Civil War   In Lebanon the Christians are mainly settled in the North, and Shi’a Muslims mainly live in the South. Some Christians, however, live in the South, and they often adopt the sayings and customs of their Shi’a neighbors.      During the Lebanese Civil War, there was a Christian man named George who lived in the South and he wanted to travel to the North of Lebanon to visit friends. In order to do this, he had to pass a major checkpoint on the highway which was manned by Christian Militiamen. George approached the checkpoint.    The Christian militiaman said, “ID please.”    George gave him his ID.    The militiaman said, “Your ID says you are from the South.”   George said, “Yes.”    The militiaman said, “But it says on your ID that you are Christian.”    George said, “That’s correct.”    The militiaman said, “This ID is fake, you must be a Muslim spy!”    George said, “I am a Christian from the South visiting a friend.”    The militiaman said, “Liar! Get out of the car!”    George said, “I swear by Imam Ali, I am a Christian!”   *   Khoja Jokes   Khojas are a caste of Indian Muslims, with a large diaspora in East Africa and now in the West. Most of them are Twelver Shi’a, but some are Ismaili Shi’a or Sunni. 

    They are known for being entrepreneurial and wealthy.     Jaffer was driving down the street sweating because he had an important meeting and couldn’t find a parking place.    Looking up to heaven he said, “O Allah! Take pity on me. If you find me a parking place I will go to majlis every Thursday, and Friday prayer for the rest of my life, and give up all Bollywood music!”    Miraculously, a parking place appeared. Jaffer looked up again and said, “Never mind, I found one!”    *   A Maulana walks into a video store in and says to the first Khoja he meets, “Do you want to go to heaven?” The man said, “I do, Maulana.” Maulana says, “Then stand over there against the wall.” Then he asked a second man, “Do you want to go to heaven?” The man replied, “Certainly, Mulla Saheb.” The Maulana said, “Then stand over there against the wall.” Then the Maulana walked up to Jaffer and said, “Do you want to go to heaven?” Jaffer said, “No I don’t, Maulana.” Maulana said, “I don’t believe this! You mean to tell me that when you die you don't want to go to heaven?” Jaffer said, “Oh when I die, yes. I thought you were getting a group together to go right now.”    *   A Sufi, a Shi’a and a Salafi on a Deserted Island     A Sufi, a Shi’a and a Salafi were stuck on a deserted island. They found a lamp and rubbed it and then a jinni came out. The jinni said, “I will grant each one of you one wish!”   The Sufi said, “I wish to go back in time and be a disciple of Maulana so he can teach me how to annihilate myself and become at one with the Divine Presence.” The jinni snapped his hand and then the Sufi was transported to the time of Maulana.   The Shi’a said, “I want to go to Karbala so I can visit my beloved Imam Husayn!” The jinni snapped his hand and then the Shi’a was transported to Karbala.   The jinni said to the Salafi, “What is your wish?” The Salafi said, “The Sufi and the Shi’a are gone. My wish already came true!”   *   An Iraq War Joke from 2004   After the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, several rebel groups formed up by 2004. The Shi’as formed a militia called the Mahdi Army and there was a large insurgency of Sunnis in Fallujah. These groups fought American soldiers as well as each other in fierce sectarian battles.     An American soldier was observing the Mahdi Army beating up people on the street. He watched as they cornered a man, and the man said, “By the name of Ali, let me go!” On hearing this, the Mahdi Army let him go. The American solider thought this was a common Iraqi phrase and memorized it as it may come in handy.   The next day the soldier was transferred to Fallujah. After only 30 minutes he was caught by the Sunni Mujahideen (insurgency). Remembering the phrase, he said, “By the name of Ali, let me go!” The Mujahideen looked at each other and said, “Not only is he an American infidel, but he’s also a Shi’a!” and then shot him to death.   *
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from .InshAllah. in Historical Fatwas   
    This is a translation of the fatwa written by Mirza Hasan Shirazi which began the Tobacco Protest of Iran in 1891-2. The Qajar shah Nasir al-Din Shah granted a 50 year concession to British G.F. Talbot for a full monopoly of tobacco cultivation in Iran which angered many Iranian merchants and farmers who went out of business. The cleric Mirza Hassan released this fatwa which led to a boycott of the concession and its eventual cancellation since most of the country stopped smoking, including members of the royal family.
    In the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful,
    From this day forward, the use of tobacco for water pipes (tonbaku) and pipe tobacco (tutun), in whatever form it may be, is tantamount to warfare against the Imam of the Age, may Allah hasten his reappearance.
     
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from Mahdavist in Historical Fatwas   
    This is a translation of the fatwa written by Mirza Hasan Shirazi which began the Tobacco Protest of Iran in 1891-2. The Qajar shah Nasir al-Din Shah granted a 50 year concession to British G.F. Talbot for a full monopoly of tobacco cultivation in Iran which angered many Iranian merchants and farmers who went out of business. The cleric Mirza Hassan released this fatwa which led to a boycott of the concession and its eventual cancellation since most of the country stopped smoking, including members of the royal family.
    In the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful,
    From this day forward, the use of tobacco for water pipes (tonbaku) and pipe tobacco (tutun), in whatever form it may be, is tantamount to warfare against the Imam of the Age, may Allah hasten his reappearance.
     
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    "No Mom I'm not gonna do homework until I resolve the Fadak dispute on this online chatboard filled with anonymous Muslims from the UK"
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    ShiaChatters be like:
    "Hold on son, I know you just broke your leg, but let me vote in this anonymous poll ChattingwithShias just posted, I'll be right there..."
    Son: "But Dad it hurts! Help me!"
    ShiaChatter: "I said I'll be there! People need to know what my favorite type of kabab is and what village my ancestors hail from!"
    Son: "My bones!!"
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    "Honey I can't come to bed yet, Digital Ummah and UpontheSunnah are debating tatbir!"
    "No Mom I'm not gonna do homework until I resolve the Fadak dispute on this online chatboard filled with anonymous Muslims from the UK"
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    ChattingwithShias reacted to Qa'im in What was achieved out of Karbala?   
    Looking at Karbala through a purely modern socio-political trend, which many even religious people do, it is hard to recognize the reason why Husayn went out. But to use that same logic: isn’t it significant that most people today know who Zayn al-Abideen is, but not the caliph of his time? Many of the Umayyad and Abbasid caliphs are just details in the textbooks of history, while today we still still talk about the Imams 1,400 years later in a foreign language on a foreign continent. Isn’t that a sort of victory, that they preserved their school for hundreds of millions of people today? All the caliphs combined can count their coins, that’s not all there is in life.
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    ChattingwithShias reacted to Qa'im in Muta discussion with the Brothers... Sisters are welcome too   
    Mut`a is just as halal for women as it is for men, but there are reasons why the cultural double standards exist. For most men, to even consider marriage, you must be financially independent. It's very difficult to marry permanently before 25; and even marrying before 30 requires one to be very proactive, mature, go through rejections, etc.
    Muslim women on the other hand are regularly approached for marriage before 30. Regardless of where they are, what they're wearing or who they are with, they are pursued. It does not matter if they're still in school/college, it does not matter if they're working full-time or part-time, it does not matter if they hide all day in their basement; it does not even matter if they're mature or not, they and their families are still approached at that age. And it's not just the "pretty" ones, normal-looking women in that age group can get married if that is their goal.
    Libido for women peaks in their late 20s and 30s. For men, libido peaks after puberty and declines later. 15-25 is an awkward age for men, because they're not quite men, nor are they boys; and they cannot marry until they learn to become men. In general, women prefer a man that knows what he's doing (emotionally and physically mature, knows how to please women), and in general, men prefer a woman with less experience. So it makes complete sense to me that men would rely on mut`a until they can support a wife, and that women instead find a quality spouse while they are young.
    Obviously there are many millions of exceptions to everything I've said here, I'm speaking very generally. To answer your last questions, it really depends on their age. If a woman in my family is older or divorced, mut`a is her business. But it's usually not worth it for a woman to waste her youth or virginity on mut`a, because those are important in finding a permanent spouse.
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Question for Iranians (Anonymous Poll)   
    Living out in nature is probably a happier life than the modern technology-addicted lives we live.
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    I know you're out there Iranians...
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    ChattingwithShias got a reaction from AmirAlmuminin Lover in Question for Iranians (Anonymous Poll)   
    (Anonymous Poll) What type of Iranian are you?
    *NOTE: Do not put Tehran if your grandparents or great grandparents are from somewhere else and just moved there. Few people are originally Tehrani.
    ** If your parents are from different parts, go by your father, unless you hate him then just go by your mother
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