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  1. Grief

    Obedient Wives Club

    (bismillah) (salam) I'll bet this has caused a few feminist deaths since the video has been released. Especially with that description. I'm talking anger-induced heart attacks. (wasalam)
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    [Escalated]Email Validation

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  3. Grief

    Basim Karbalai

    (Wasalam) And so many people were so quick to slander him and cause fitna in the other thread. It's disappointing.
  4. (bismillah) (salam) (wasalam)
  5. (bismillah) (salam) For everyone that badmouthed him above. (wasalam)
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    My Soul Contemplates Lady Al-Zahra (As)

    (bismillah) (salam) "A Lady whose virtuous light drives out all fears, for her passing the faithful still shed countless tears." Wow!!!... :cry: This is actually some of the most eloquent and meaningful poetry I've ever read... SubhanAllah... May I share this one Leto? If you allow me, what name should I put as the author? (wasalam)
  7. (Bismillah) (Salam) Deafness and partial blindness are not afflictions that impair judgement or cognitive thought to the extent that one would consider them excuses for bad akhlaaq. If a person accepts bad behaviour by an impaired person who has perfect control over the majority of his actions, then this is a misallocation of pity and will only serve to encourage or at the very least not discourage such behaviour in the future. Answer: little to no leeway should be given, unless it is blindingly obvious that the person's blunder was caused by their disability. (Wasalam)
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    My Heart Speaks To Imam Ali (As)

    (bismillah) (salam) This is absolutely beautiful. You're a true poet. (wasalam)
  9. ^ Yeah like the part about the 'rocks'... It's a Sunnah present within Bukhaari which they themselves don't practice. That the Prophet (pbuh) used to prostrate and there used to be marks of earth on his forehead. And he talk about wanting to 'throw them away'. Lol, to be a sheikh in their school requires you to memorize maybe 2 surahs of the Quran and grow an unkempt beard, so I wouldn't be surprised. Alhamdulillah Allah showed you the way and it was your own efforts that initiated it. Indeed, Allah will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves. (13:11) BarakAllah feek and I wish you success fil dunya wal aakhira.
  10. (bismillah) (salam) The answer is clear in the Quran in Surah Tahrim: Divorce is the most disliked permissible thing in the eyes of Allah... Then why would Allah be recommending it to the Prophet (pbuh)? It must be an expression of extreme displeasure towards certain persons. By logical deduction, the characteristics mentioned in the wives that would be given to the Prophet (pbuh) if he divorced Aisha and Hafza must be absent in Aisha and Hafza themselves. When it is mentioned that something will be given to you, it follows that you do not already have it. (wasalam)
  11. ^ Abu Mussab is the stooge of the stooges haha. Whenever I feel depressed, I watch his comedy shows such as the one about 'Wolves in sheeps clothing' (the Shia). Absurd stuff he spouts.
  12. ^ The same stooges that believe breathing is bid'a. http://figtribune.wordpress.com/2014/02/08/breathing-could-be-bida-and-haram-says-salafi-scholar/ Here is a list of bid'a, according to that sect, that will get you thrown into hell, so you better watch out: Saying Iqamah in the left ear of a new born. Celebrating Shabe-ba’rat (15th of shaban) Celebrating the night of ascension (mi’raj) (27th of Rajab) Celebrating Mawlid (Birthday of the Prophet) Doing tasbeeh (Subhan Allah), tahleel (la ilaha ill lal la) and tamheed (Alhamduliah) on stone, pebbles or the likes and doing so in a group. Reciting quran for the sake of benefiting the deceased with the reward of what is recited. This includes reciting quran as group by hiring people or inviting relatives, blowing over the food after recitation, and sharing that food with people on the death anniversary of a person. Making group dua right after the funeral prayer. Praying four rakat before the fard of jummah prayers. Making group dua at the end of each salah. (We cannot find any reference where after each salah the Prophet would make a dua and the sahaba will repeat ameen after him. Post salah zikr and Individual duas are found in the authentic narrations) Making group chanting of kalmiatu ikhlas at the end of each salah. (sunnah is to say Allahu Akbar, Astagfurllah x 3, and other masnoon duas, including kalima on personal basis) Doing a total of three khutbahs for Jumma. One in urdu and two in Arabic. Saying out loud the intention for prayer. Making monuments on graves. Making solid graves (through brick and stones) Mourning the first ten days of Muharam by not having marriage ceremonies or by mourning the martyrs of Karbala. Believing that Allah is everywhere. (Numerous verses from the Quran and narrations from hadith clearly mention that Allah is above His throne. e-g, Surah Taha, Verse 5) Believing that Allah is without image and is formless and/or disbelieving in His attributes. (We find certain physical attributes of Allah in Quran and Sunnah. Those physical attributes are not like anything we can compare to and are such that they suite Him accordingly. For example, we know from Quran & Sunnah that Allah has hands, eyes, shin but all of these cannot be compared to anything else that has been created.) Visiting shrines of the saints. Sending salam on the Prophet out loud and as a group after every salah praying nawafil on eid day before eid prayers. Sending blessings on the Prophet out loud before making each azan.
  13. (bismillah) (salam) Well if they say it's fabricated, probably means that it actually isn't lol. http://www.duas.org/ramazan/last_friday.htm (wasalam)
  14. Grief

    Role Of Wife

    Are you willing to elaborate? :)
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