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Chaotic Muslem

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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from funklebits in Sayyid Sistani is My Father   
    It is a story of an Iraqi boy from mixed area in Baghadad. Upon the return of his father from Karbala in 2003, some wahhabi / Salafi/ Baathi, Qa'idi/ Daeshi men swept into the house and beheaded the man.
    The family migrated south, seeking protection. After few years they returned back to their home in Bghadad. Again, the criminals attacked the family and slaughtered the mother and so many family members.
    The boy was saved along with his aunt. They returned to the south (Karbala, Najaf). The boy was adopted by Al-Aain foundation, a charity under the care of Sayyid sistani. When the boy is asked : Who are your parents? He will answer: Mine are in heaven but currently my mother is my aunt and my father is sayyid Sistani.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Mohammad313Ali in Post Your Favourite Poems   
    فـلـيـتـك تـحلو والحياةُ مريرةٌ *** ولـيـتـك تـرضى والأنامُ غِضابُ
    But I hope to find sweetness in You when life becomes bitter
    And I hope to find You pleased when the people become angry
    ولـيـتَ الـذي بـيني وبينك عَامرٌ *** وبـيـنـي وبـيـن العالمين خَرابُ
    Let the connection between You and I, be fully built up
    Even if it means ruin for my connection with the people
    إذا صـحَّ مِـنـكَ الوِدُّ فالكُلُّ هَيّنٌ *** وكُـلُّ الـذي فـوقَ التُّرابِ تُرابُ
    If Your love for me is true, then all shall be easy
    Because all that lies above the dust is really only dust.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from hasanhh in Your favourite 'saying' ..proverb.   
    this is anza wolou tarat

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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from habib e najjaar in Facebook is consuming people's lives   
    Facebook is just a platform on internet. I check on my relatives and friends whom i cannot be with them physically.
    My friend is doing some healthy life style changes so we talk about proper food choices, best places to get them and stuff of that sort.
    Also i liked some pages related to my work so i get updated through them.
    otherwise, it is like wasting few hours on internet browsing images in google image or shopping on amazon or browsing 9gag or deviant art.
    What made internet a bad thing s the smart phones and their apps. Now you do not ned to set on desk to brows internet. Then add selfie to this. This over personalisation of internet made it lose its function as international meeting place (like SC) instead people start to restrict their contact to people they already know. given the current issue of cybercrime, i dont think that it is a totally bad things not to know strangers but at the same time this over personalisation turned people way of social interaction from tea cup lil party chat with cookies to e tea and e cookie nonsense 
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Hameedeh in Whats The Best Lesson You've Learned?   
    Forgiveness. I was pardoned once when I did not expected it. I used to be like machine following rules , until the day came that rules failed me myself and found my self in a position of many whom I declared should be simply punished.
    To forgive is to give life .
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in General Qasem Soleimani   
    Every time they kindled the fire of war [against you], Allah extinguished it. And they strive throughout the land [causing] corruption, and Allah does not like corrupters.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from TryHard in Working At Staples?   
    really? o.0
    couldn't they find something else?
    what's next? prostitution?
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Sirius_Bright in Can We See Allah - How I Knew Shia Islam Was Right   
    Sahih InternationalVision perceives Him not, but He perceives [all] vision; and He is the Subtle, the Acquainted.
     
     
     
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Not Many Shia Lectures On Quran Tafseer   
    Verse by verse is not the only methodological way. I think Shia scholars prefer subject by subject
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from muhammad unus in Tafsir Ayyashi And Qummi- English Version   
    Tafsir almizan often has a narration section at the end of each Tafsir of a number of verses. This section sometimes have the qummi and ayyashi narrations related to the verses.
    Isn't almizan in English already? AL Mizan has one more advantage because it discusses the various opinions regarding the Tafsir before bringing up the narrations.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in Nakshawani Speaks About Marjas   
    I think some people are heavily influenced by the celebrity culture. The most important thing about celebrity is their cloths and their personal life.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from aaljibar in Can We See Allah - How I Knew Shia Islam Was Right   
    Sahih InternationalVision perceives Him not, but He perceives [all] vision; and He is the Subtle, the Acquainted.
     
     
     
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from AmirioTheMuzzy in How Fair Is The System Of Khums Today?   
    What if we imagined a hypothetical situation where instead of worthless paper money, people are using gold and silver coins where Zakat is wajib. Would the situation change giving the current prices of silver and gold?
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from starlight in Dr Sekaleshfar lecture on homosexuality in media   
    Fornicators are born with natural attractiveness to women
    wine drinkers and addicts are born with tendency of addiction
    killers are born with anger and impulsivity
     
    but gays are not born to get pregnant, as any naturally occurring reproductive system
    gays digestive system inner linening isn't prepared for it. Tearing of the inner linening result in an immediate transmission of HIV.
    The force used in the act isn't proportional with the structure of digestive system.
    violence , prostitution, a plethora of psychiatric problems is associated with it. They attribute them to discrimination, but the stats are not improving despite the wide acceptance of gay.
     
    loads of things occurs naturally, it dose not mean they require no discipline.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Adam++ in How Does One Gain Yaqeen?   
    i thought yaqeen is something you get after you die
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from shia farm girl in I Must Have Proof For Imam Mehdi.   
    I am not sure where is your doubt coming from, but i had this question in the past : Why is it at the end?
    Why we should live under a tyranny but those who will live in the end of days will live under the best of kingdoms?
    I am currently having problem concentrating so I'm going be brief , so apologise in advance.
     
    In Quran, there is a verse that says in Psalms, Allah informed the previous nations that earth will be governed by the righteous people 
    و كتبنا في الزبور من بعد الذكر ان الارض يرثها عبادي الصالحون
     
    so the thought that at the end of the time, there will be a good government isn't just a shia belief but a grand plan by Allah for all nations on earth since adam.
    For those who study Quran with wide open eyes and make sure that every word is meaningful, they will find that Allah mentioned many names for the day of judgment, many of these names were perceived  as the day of judgment but thats not correct.
    Surat Naml, verse 83. The verse says that there will be a day where a group of people will be gathered. If you read it quickly you will pass by it as the gathering after the resurrection in the day of judgment BUT in the day of judgment ALL men will be gathered, not only group of them.
     
    The study of the days mentioned in Quran is rewarding but it takes loads of time, but what i want to reach to is that Quran supports both the day of good governing the earth and the day of resurrection of group of men rather than all men. This mini judgment day will be on earth, it is called Raj'ah.
     
    People from ancient nations, current nations and future nations will eventually see who won this battle. Both the very bad ones who thought they got away with their corruptions and those who remained pure, who made themselves worthy of being among the elite who will witness the end of evil on earth. 
     
    Why is he alive now then if he will be concerned with ancients and those in future more than us, the struggling souls?
    Well, for many reasons. First he is chosen to be a guardian on earth. He is the witness on our failures and successes. People might say that (we can do it better than the son of Muhammad, we can govern earth like the best humans with democracy, liberalism etc) Whites of Europeans will govern, Africans, Chinese, Jews, Christians, Atheists and everyone will get their chance to prove that they can do it without the need of divine intervention.
    This is happening because they are rejecting the divine government. They are too proud of their own intellect that they cannot believe in the wisdom of political islam.
    Despite this Allah wants to show us how wrong we are, we are today witnessing the diseases from our foods, the decay of morality due to our philosophy, the corruption of politicians due to money, the destruction of social structure due to sins. But despite this, Allah is allowing his guardian to be on earth so earth won't be devoid of mercy. 
    You should be aware that punishment can include the good people who live among the bad people but do not object on their misdeeds. This sort of punishment is warded off from us by the presence of someone as pure as the Mehdi.
    He is also the witness on the hardships we face. He witnesses those who fail and those who succeed. He is here for those who ask for his help, Allah will send him towards you, he will help you.
    the continuation of presence of live guardian is continuation of the test of submitting to government that Allah choses, something that satan failed in, many other nations failed in this test too.
     
     
    The question to me is : We believe in the story of jesus. he was born without father. jews of that time didn't believe in such story and went back to reality, they accused Maryam with sin. 
    But today we can't see with our eyes the miracles of jesus unlike the jews of that time, yet we believe in him. This is because we believe in prophet Muhammad, we believe in the prophet although we have not met him, but we believe in prophet muahamd because we believe in his religion, in his God.
    This same prophet who told us about jesus, also told us about Mahdi. Why we should doubt Mahdi but we don't doubt Jesus? If there is a verse or a hadith to support a belief, isn't that enough?
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from shia farm girl in I Must Have Proof For Imam Mehdi.   
    I have not read books by Ali Shari'ati nor Mutahari (not full books at least) but i have great respect for these men. Shari'ati is a sociologist and although his views about the development of human communities under the light of Quran might be interesting, his religious opinions might not be that astute.
     
    Mutahari is great thinker. His books are promoting the general spirit of Islam for all Muslims. Quran verses can carry bothe a general meaning and a specific meaning. The verse of the khalif of adam has both. Most muslims understood the khalif of adam as the khalif of all humanity on earth. This opinion is not all wrong. Humans were given superiority over other creatures on earth. The earth and its inhabitants and its solar system all serve the humanity mainly.
    some other verses support a similar understanding :
    10:14
    to topSahih InternationalThen We made you successors in the land after them so that We may observe how you will do. 
    2:11
    to topSahih InternationalAnd when it is said to them, "Do not cause corruption on the earth," they say, "We are but reformers." 
     
    So you can see that there is some sort of expectations from humanity on earth. Humans must be constructive and avoid destroying earth. This is understood as general khalifa of humans on other creatures.
     
    Now lets go back to the khalifa of Adam. Can Saddam or Hitler fit in? Can we consider many tyrants who ruled or gained dominance a khalifa on earth? Then, the angels fears are justified. But Allah assured the angels that their fears should not come true. Angels should not follow a leader that is tyrant.
     
    The specific meaning of the superiority of humanity on other creatures can manifest in its true-ist form in Ahlulbayt. If you asked Mutahari, he will give the same answer.
     
    For us to fit in the khilafa role, we should be reformers, good builders etc. We cannot be that except by knowing well what will cause corruption and will not.
    Humans today think that Gay marriage is not destructive. Humans today also think that open sexual relations isn't destructive. Humans today also think that capital punishment is destructive. Humans today believe in many things based on their limited perception.
     
    Humans of the past thought that drinking wine is good. They thought that plunder is good. They thought many things that humans of today disagree with. Humans of today believe in many things that religions been advocating for centuries.
     
     
    We cannot live for centuries to see how our actions consequences will turn out. That's why believers stick to their books. To be reformer, one must follow the command of the Creator. The creator sent his commands to us via chosen people who are the chosen leaders.
    To be a reformer, to fit in the khilafa role is to follow these leaders.
     
     
    Im not sure if my thoughts are clear, sorry if they are not.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Ejaz in A Simple Question   
    What about the human embryo?And what about diversity of human looks and races?
    And what about creating earth and skies in 6 days?
    There is a had it أن الله خلق الأشياء باسبابها Allah created things with its causes. I'm aware that there is some talk about casualty and how to define it but the had it and generally in Islam accepts that there are natural processes for things to change from dust to stars, from seed to tree, from semen to human etc. Some of these processes are mentioned in Quran.
    Changes in animal shapes is mentioned also in hadiths.
    I think it is ridiculous attempt by both scientist to disprove religion using evolution and by believer to disprove science using religion....
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from virgo in Are the any Arab Incel here on this forum?   
    98% of males on this forum are incels
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Mohammed-Mehdi in What Have You Watched Recently? [OFFICIAL THREAD]   
    disturbing
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Sinan in Man commits suicide inside Grand Mosque of Mecca   
    USA suicide:
    https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/suicide/index.html
    France suicide:
    https://www.thelocal.fr/20180206/in-france-a-person-commits-suicide-every-hour-so-what-needs-to-be-done
    Both countries re plagued with the ill mental health of its citizens. It is still very shocking that he decided to commit suicide in holy mosque in holy month. As if he is testifying that he disbelieve in God's mercy and God's might and power to change situations. 
    I am not underestimating the amount of pressure that was upon the man that lead to such fate, on the contrary, I am saying that if we do not stick togather with those going under stressful times, gave them ears at least, we are pushing them to the despair ourselves.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Are the any Arab Incel here on this forum?   
    obviiously i was not talking about the incel cult
    obviousy i am not endorsing the cult
    obviously i am not hinting at the cult at any point 
    obviously this deaf people talk is not going to be fruitful 
    salam.
    close my account too please.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Hameedeh in Are the any Arab Incel here on this forum?   
    obviiously i was not talking about the incel cult
    obviousy i am not endorsing the cult
    obviously i am not hinting at the cult at any point 
    obviously this deaf people talk is not going to be fruitful 
    salam.
    close my account too please.
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from Hameedeh in Are the any Arab Incel here on this forum?   
    I try not to be a literalist be it in religious matters or none religious matters.
    If we took the main behavior of the incel definition without associating it with any online or offline community, a certain race or certain nationality, we will be discussing a real issue that is often recurring theme in many "i want to marry" topics in SC.
    It is better not to bury head in sand and it is better to address the matter:
    1- unable to find a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one
    2-   Discussions  are often characterized by resentment, misanthropy,[1] self-pity,[13] self-loathing,[14] misogyny, racism, a sense of entitlement to sex, and the endorsement of violence against sexually active people
    3- Other thoughts that might be missed by the wikipedia
     
    Lets pick up 30 "i want to marry, i cannot find partner" topics in SC, made by 30 different accounts and see if we can find that theme in them.
    I might had been unfairly generalizing when i said 99% of males, obviously i was joking as always, but i wont say that the inceldom is a white supremacist phenomena.  It has much to do with global urbanization, education system, gender blender, work and employment ad probably other socio-economic factors. 
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    Chaotic Muslem got a reaction from AbdusSibtayn in Are the any Arab Incel here on this forum?   
    I try not to be a literalist be it in religious matters or none religious matters.
    If we took the main behavior of the incel definition without associating it with any online or offline community, a certain race or certain nationality, we will be discussing a real issue that is often recurring theme in many "i want to marry" topics in SC.
    It is better not to bury head in sand and it is better to address the matter:
    1- unable to find a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one
    2-   Discussions  are often characterized by resentment, misanthropy,[1] self-pity,[13] self-loathing,[14] misogyny, racism, a sense of entitlement to sex, and the endorsement of violence against sexually active people
    3- Other thoughts that might be missed by the wikipedia
     
    Lets pick up 30 "i want to marry, i cannot find partner" topics in SC, made by 30 different accounts and see if we can find that theme in them.
    I might had been unfairly generalizing when i said 99% of males, obviously i was joking as always, but i wont say that the inceldom is a white supremacist phenomena.  It has much to do with global urbanization, education system, gender blender, work and employment ad probably other socio-economic factors. 
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