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Moh Reza

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  1. Salam Alykum brothers and sisters, I apologize that this is a repeated topic, but my situation is a bit different and I seek your advice. About 10 months ago, my mother suggested to me her friend's daughter who lives in Canada (We live in New York, 8 hours away from them). I agreed. I met the girl and we sat down and discussed many things regarding marriage. I believe she's compatible with me. Her condition was that I move to Canada which I discussed with my parents and they accepted. We went for the proposal and they accepted. Now that we are discussing dates for engagement and stuff, both parents have had disagreements regarding big or small. It has turned toxic between them, mostly from my mother. She's bringing up the past that her friend didn't treat her right 10 years ago or she doesnt want me to move and stuff. Reasonable enough for me because we are only 4 people family and her family is 14 in total. Now she's doing istikhara... after 10 months... after the proposal. The girl's family is confused and they disagree with isthikhara in this case. According to my mother, it came out bad. I also disagree with istikhara in this case because I weighted the pros/cons and she's a nice girl. Also, I believe my mother should've done isthikhara before proposal .. 10 months ago. I dont believe istikhara was necessary in this case. We both(the girl) have got really attached to each other after 10 months of talking and stuff. Any advice, what should I do ? Can I go against istikhara with sadaqa? Any videos/hadiths to tell my mom that istikhara wasnt necessary here ? Thank you for reading my big problem. Appreciate your advice. May Allah bless you. JA.
  2. (bismillah) (salam) I had a question about the extra "sayings" at the last raakat of prayer. When I always pray Jaamat prayers in the mosque, I always hear the sheikh say some "extra" things in the last Sujud. I would like to know some of those things with translation please ? It would be very appreciated :D
  3. I follow Ayatollah Sistani. I've sent an email, but haven't received any responses yet.
  4. (bismillah) (salam) I recently played Soccer (Football) and sprained my ankle pretty badly (Fractured Fibula). Now I have a temporary cast. I have a cast from my knee to foot. But my urge to pray is killing me. I have no idea how to preform any acts such as Ghusl/Taharat/Wudhu with this cast. Any tips ? Any duas for my quick recovery will be appreciated :blush:
  5. May Allah be pleased with him .... this sheikh just amazing .. I have about 50 of his lectures .. very informative and sometimes humorous. 95% of his lectures relate to the youth and teenagers.
  6. (bismillah) First of all, I'd like to give my condolences to Imam of our time (aj) and our Sh'ittes around the world on this holy month of Muharram. Where in the Muslim "faith" (or the Holy Quran) does the 72 virgins in heaven idea come from? I have been questioned and insulted in school by Americans who tell me "Why don't you go land a plane on another building and become a "martyr" to get your 72 Virgins?" They bring the source being WikiIslam.(Click here for the article) I did my own research on this found this on many Sunni websites. I have found out that Al-Tirmidhi (Sunni Hadith Collector) has narrated this; “The martyr (shaheed) has seven blessings from Allaah: he is forgiven from the moment his blood is first shed; he will be shown his place in Paradise; he will be spared the trial of the grave; and he will be secure on the Day of the Greatest Terror (the Day of Judgement); there will be placed on his head a crown of dignity, one ruby of which is better than this world and all that is in it; he will be married to seventy-two of al-hoor al-‘iyn; and he will be permitted to intercede for seventy of his relatives.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 1663; Ibn Maajah, 2799; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi. Also narrated by al-Tirmidhi, who said it is a hasan hadeeth. Also narrated by Ibn Maajah in al-Sunan, by Ahmad, by ‘Abd al-Razzaaq in al-Musannaf, by al-Tabaraani in al-Kabeer, and by Sa’eed ibn Mansoor in al-Sunan. They also say that this is mentioned in Surah Fussilat (Ha Mim) ... I highly disagree with this idea, however I haven't confirmed it with any sheikhs or anything about the Shia view of this idea yet. Does anyone have any information on the Shia view of the this idea of 72 Virgins ? What are your views on this ?
  7. (salam) Sorry if there is a topic regarding this already. What is Salatul-Layl? How to perform Salatul-Layl ? What is appropriate time to perform it ? I found this on duas.org; http://www.duas.org/...jud.htm#MERITS_ But I'm really confused, because on different parts of it, it says "Night Prayers" does this mean the Isha and Maghrib prayers or? Does Tahajjud Prayer - Salatul layl and Night Prayer mean the same thing ? What does this mean ? - The first 8(eight) Rak’ats are prayed as normal in pairs of two Rak’ats each with the niyyah of Nawafilatul-Layl. - The next 2 (two) Rak’ats are prayed with the Niyyah of 'Salatul Shaf’a'. The first 8 rakats are suppose to be prayed just like Fajr prayer in pairs of two (4 Fajr prayers)? The next 2 rakats are to be prayed normal as well ? Just like Fajr prayer ? I'm sorry for the fact that I'm asking these questions, I really want to learn it, but got confused. May Allah bless you guys. :yaali:
  8. Thank you my brothers and sisters. The video had an effect on me. I really appreciate this.
  9. (salam) I have a very big issue in my spiritual life. I can not think of Allah in the proper way. By this I mean I always pray and read Duas but I also have that mind setting of Allah only "being" in my house or mosque. I sometimes even have some doubts as well. Basically I degrade Allah in my own eyes but when I look at the bigger picture outside my house and mosque I see the true beauty of Allah but can't accept it. At the end just like other Muslims, I want to have a firm belief in Allah but I need some help from the sisters and brothers present at SC. Is there any way I can get rid of this mindset ? A self-certainty suggestion ? If the information is not satisfactory enough for a proper answer, please tell/ask me so I can add anything I can. Thank you.
  10. Ah man .. I mean in my culture (Persian) most (not 100% of the people) MOST of them marry at the age of 23/24/25/26 but I wanted to ask if its possible for someone to marry at the age of 20 ? If not then can someone do things such " Namzad " at the age of 19 or maybe less ? Then move forward after 4 or 5 years then marry officially ?
  11. (wasalam) Its the Ahlu-Bayt of the Prophet ... Have you read how Imam Ali forgave the oppressors of the Fatimah Al-Zahra and he helped each one of them during their caliphate ?
  12. Does anybody know where I can buy any? An Aqeeq, Ferouza or Dure-Najaf?
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