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  1. I was reading all over the news and many new stations say that lebanon wont be able to handle another war fighting Israel and fighting in the rebels in Syria. What do you think? Is that true?
  2. not quite... this is a really good article.. and its very short too. let me know what you think? :) we should NOT have minority ruin the religion. http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/01/30/348395/displaced-iraqis-taking-refuge-in-karbala/
  3. what is the purpose of the Syrian gov demolishing thousands of homes? http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/30/world/meast/syria-demolitions-report/index.html?hpt=hp_bn2
  4. Is it haram for girls to play sports in high school events? for example soccor. basketball etc. And also Is it haram to go out with 10 friends to lunch, that are a mixture of girls and guys? (which all of them are muslims)
  5. I was listening to a lecture today and i heard something that i thought was very fishy, so to speak. Anyways it goes something like this. During the battle of Uhud when Imam ali was fighting against the non-believers, Prophet Mohammed said "Imam ali did a strike that was worth the worship of ALL of the humans and all of the jinns" During this battle is when Allah (swt) sent down his sword Zulfiqar through the angel gabriel. This is what the speaker said. Now i wondering if one strike by Imam Ali could be worth the worship of all the humans and all of the jinns. So does that mean, that strike was worth more than prophet Mohammed worship and everyone else's? I just got really confused. if someone could clear this up for me, i will really appreciate it. I was thinking that this hadith was a little bit fabricated, but Allah (swt) knows best. So i wanted to get other peoples opinion on it, maybe i am not looking at it in the wrong perspective. Thanks
  6. I dont why we are arguing on this post? We are Islam, we are supposed to stick together no matter by accepting each others differences. If we stick together Islam will be stronger and big than ever. Lets not focus on what happened in the past and let focus on sunni and shia unity :)
  7. During layt al-Qadr, why do we put the Quran on our heads during a specific dua? What is the reason behind it?
  8. Yes I printed it out and read it. Thank you very much for your time :)
  9. Thank you everyone for responding I really appreciated it. I understand it much better now :)
  10. Thank you :) For instance, would it be ok... If I said... Prophet Muhammad was walking down the street and tripped over his foot... Is that practical is say?
  11. What does it mean when the prophet Mohammad, his daughter Fatima, and the 12 imams are infallible? Does it mean that they can not make mistakes? Or where they not prone to make mistake?
  12. Surah 5 verse 32 statso (translation by Shatiri), "Because of that We ordained for the Children of Israel that if anyone killed a person not in retaliation of murder, or (and) to spread mischief in the land - it would be as if he killed all mankind, and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all mankind. And indeed, there came to them Our Messengers with clear proofs, evidences, and signs, even then after that many of them continued to exceed the limits (e.g. by doing oppression unjustly and exceeding beyond the limits set by Allah by committing the major sins) in the land!." What does Allah (swt) mean by saying "not in retaliation of murder? how is retaliation used in this verse.? Also, I thought retaliation is a form of revenge of some sort? so if you can please clear that up for me, i will appreciate it :)
  13. I dont think prophet Mohammad was from Iran, I think he was from Medina.
  14. I was listening to a lecture about how the prophet communicate with people of there type or related to them in someway to convert them or to show the person the true path. Anyways the hadith goes something around these lines, one day the prophet was walking and a famous wrestler of the city came to prophet and said, "If you beat me in a wrestling match i will convert to Islam". So the prophet said "ok". So they wrestler 1,2,3, times and the wrestler was shocked that the prophet beat him in wrestling. So in the end the wrestler ended up converting to islam. The moral of this story was the prophet came to his level of intellect by wrestling him. Did anyone ever hear of this hadith? And was this one of the ways prophet Mohammad converted people?
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