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3laweyaZainabiya

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  1. I know I can probably get a few brothers and sisters to join if I get exact details.
  2. I think you're talking about the Al-Zahraa Center in Detroit. The one led by Sayed Basim Al-Shar`a. It's not far from Dearborn, a five minute drive.
  3. O.O that moment when I try to figure out who you are and can't... Thank you so much jaan, no need for the ta`aruf, you're being too kind I'm sure I'll have a LOT more to say once I know who you are ;) lol
  4. Unfortunately if I were to attend, I wouldn't be able to go until next year. I do know a sister who applied for this upcoming school year, if you have any specific questions, feel free to PM me.
  5. This made me laugh so much... we should be able to vote !
  6. o.o miss you...

    1. -Enlightened

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      I miss you more 3alaweyatii

  7. I hope more people join this competition, seems like we've got ourselves some real talent here!
  8. disabled physically differs from disabled mentally. People who are disabled mentally to an extent where they need someone to care for them constantly are advised to not get married, or their caretakers are advised in this case. ( i think i may have heard that it would be haraam or makruh for people with an extreme mental illness, as it would do more harm than good, but I'll leave that to the pros of shiachat to determine) This is pretty logical, 1) the spouse would be more of a nurse than a husband/wife 2) if they were to have children, the illness could be passed on and then you'd have more people to take care of and 3) it could be argued that someone with an extreme mental illness "doesn't need to get married" meaning they do not seek the companionship those with a sound mind would. Furthermore, I'd like to mention that i have heard of and known couples that are mentally disabled to a mild extent. They seemed to be doing well under their parents' supervision. If they are able to, then I don't see why not.
  9. LOL no, it was not intended actually, didn't catch that one.
  10. What if, for example, you knew a girl and she moved away. You decided you wanted to marry her and you wouldn't be able to see her until maybe a year after? "The 'aqd for mut'ah can be recited over the phone according to Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Muhammad Saeed al-Hakeem (ha). Q [28] Is it allowed to recite the Muta formula - contract on the phone or to write it per email or chat? It is valid if it was via telephone and not valid if it was via chat or email. " In any case, marriage is not a game, don't marry anyone until you trust that person is who you truly want to marry.
  11. Men are prohibited from shaving a part of their beard, I'm think it's the hair that is on the jaw... Women are allowed, and for the sake of beatification, women are actually encouraged. Women, in shia jurisprudence at least, can wax their eyebrows and such. There's a narration that encourages men to keep their nails short and women to keep them a little longer. I am sure there's a narration that states that women are allowed and encouraged to remove hair, just don't have any on hand.
  12. (salam) I am extremely excited about this! "Al-Fatimia School of Islamic Sciences Al-Fatimia School of Islamic Sciences is a school teaching Islamic sciences in English for non-Arabic speaking women coming from countries in Europe, America, Australia and Africa. Upon completion of the three year course, the students will be capable of intimation and declamation to spread the concepts and beliefs of Ahlul Bait (peace be upon them). The school is under the auspicies of the central bureau of the great religious authority Ayatullah Sheikh Basheer Al-Najafy. " As far as I can tell from the site, they provide housing for sisters. I will be looking into this more and there is a good chance that I will be visiting Najaf this summer, I was already planning on checking out some Hawzas, I'm definitely going to pay this one a visit. Check out the site for more info! http://fatimia.org/
  13. It's the way the op was worded. I'm sure the op meant no harm but I do agree with you. Culture makes it hard for some mid-easterners/Asians to accept the fact that there are Muslims outside their race.
  14. I should have taken pictures to put up but I was way too busy :/ I saw maybe one or two girls who obviously don't wear hijab but had something covering. Most of the women there had decent hijab. I don't know about the brothers and sisters that went but I only liked a handful of lectures. (Aka I didn't attend every lecture) There was one lecture that upset me enough to almost have me walk out but meh lol I have to say I went mainly for the people there, it was a ton of fun and I met awesome, I mean awesome sisters. (I met a few sisters from shiachat :D ) The workshops were cool and as organized as my fellow shiachatters say they were, they could have been a little more organized. One thing that bothered me was that they had that huge celebration on the night of the death of Sayyida Zainab (as) didn't like that.. I didnt see anyone recruiting anyone for any ill cause... Most of the volunteers and members of organizers are actually my friends lol In any case, overall it was a good experience. Always cool to see scholars. Definitely will be going next year insha'Allah (assuming its somewhere close by)
  15. Was there all day everyday, not to mention I live here. O.O
  16. Bro, you have to look past the messenger and look at the message here. Beards. Are. Awesome. Plus, I've seen the same info in a more reliable article that I can't find atm lol
  17. I haven't seen many beard that were so awesome that I felt the need to lower my gaze tbh. Lol
  18. Yo, sup? No but seriously, may Allah bless you with many more and may He give you the tawfiq to do whatever it is that makes your Aussie self happy. hopefully, the next kangaroo you see will give you the necessary birthday punches on behalf of all shiachatters at large. Furthermore, I'd like to thank mother Teresa and Gandhi. Salaams.
  19. Astghfur'Allah sister! Beards are VERY important. Lol Furthermore I disagree. "White" girls seem to be attracted to guys who look like Justin Beiber. Muslim women doesn't cover a specific race so I'm gonna assume you mean mid-eastern/Asian women which in that case I think you're also wrong since I know many women who want their husband to have some sort of facial hair. It's haram to shave and Sunnah to keep a beard, :3 why not? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2280717/Beards-good-From-warding-pollen-slowing-ageing-process.html BAM.
  20. It would be hilarious if he was from the south and you guys are teaching him baghdadi or vice versa... Lol
  21. You were there?! =O Man you people are brutal. Coming to Dearborn and not saying a simple salaam to me. Sigh...
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