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Faatima_ki_kaneez

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  1. I understand that the Prophet went on Miraj. However, there are many shia that beleive that Imam Ali had a role to play during Miraj. I've heard a lot of stories regarding this, and many of these stories seem to be extreeme in placing emphasis on AlI (a.s) that i'm afraid to beleive them because i don't want follow an extreeme. Such as, I've heard that Imam Ali was taken to the heavens before the Prophet and met him there. I've heard a story that the Prophet was offered a glass of milk. A hand reached out from behind a white curtain and offered him a glass, with a couple drops falling to th
  2. As'Salaamu'alaikum brothers and sisters, My question is according to Shia Islam, what was Imam Ali (A.S)'s role in miraj? I would appreciate answers backed by Hadith, Qur'an, or confirmation from a respected scholar. Thanks for your answers.
  3. Tell her family, because now you're involved. You don't want the sin to come to you as well, because you had the chance to stop her but you didn't take it.
  4. If you don't mind reading young adult, i would recommend Fault in our stars. i thought it was great otherwise, i would definitely recommend "the heart is a lonley hunter" (if you don't mind a super depressing book). also, read kafka's metamorphosis and then come back and tell me what you think about it
  5. As'Salaamu'alaikum, Okay, so I know that suicide is an "unforgiveable" sin, and that knowledge makes the question I'm going to ask sound stupid. But, that's never stopped me before. So, is there any way someone who commited suicide can be saved? what if this person was not mentally healthy when he/she commited suicide. any information would help. thanks
  6. Salaam sister, When I say that I know what you're going through, you can be assured that I'm telling the truth. I couldn't find a job in my area for the longest time. I'm a college student, and I needed a job desperately. After applying and being rejected so many times, I got it into my head that the reason why I was not being hired anywhere was because of my hijab. It was the first time since I put my hijab on that I truely contemplated taking it off. I came to SC and posted a topic on the subject, mainly hoping people would agree so as to assuage my guilt. what I got instead is what i needed
  7. sorry about your troubles. Any advise i could give would probably jsut be some platitudes, but I do honestly think that some women also overcompensate right after they get married. like, they might be super aggressive becasue they want to make sure they won't be taken as the meek, obedient partner. but, from what you're describing, she is just manipulative. I think you should do both of yourselves a favor, and let it go. Especially before you have kids. take it from someone that knows, growing up in a household where your parents don't love each other (or even remotely like each other) is toug
  8. eat seafood, like fish and shrimp (i think shrimp might be makrooh...don't know. you could check)
  9. i don't think anyone is claiming it is ineffective. it is just the matter of truely understanding what the emotion "love" means. Its sort of like saying that you hate something. we hear that so much nowadays, the word "hate" has almost lost the inherent strength of the word. same thing with love. we use it so much, so lightly, that (in my opinion) this generation is in large part ignorant to what that emotion really is and how powerful it is. Even Imam Ali said that one should marry first, then fall in love. that is the source the others are using to make that claim. and submissiveness is good
  10. to a certain extent, i understand what you are saying. however, this is where i see the problem. there are many people, even muslim brothers and sisters, who claim they are in love. then one day they claim they are out of love. if you can understand the boundaries between being "in love" and "out of love" in your mind, by the same logic you should be able to explain what those boundaries are to someone else. i believe in falling in love after knowing someone for a long time. but, in my experience with married couples, that takes a while. however, i don't understand this idea in this generation
  11. you guys are just warning me on not falling in love. i want to know what came before the realization that falling in love was a bad thing. how did you fall in love. what did it feel like. when did you realize it. what does it feel like to fall out of love. etc
  12. Asalaamu'alaikum everyone, it's been a while since i've been on shia chat. but, i have a question. so i was talking with a friend the other day and she was going on and on about how she's completely "in love" with this guy. so my question is for those that have been "in love." what does that mean? when did you realize you were in love with this person? how do you justify being in love with a bad person, as many woman are. i've seriously had this question for a long time, and i never understood it, perhaps because i myself have never been in love like that (if such a concept exists or if it is
  13. does she have brothers? if they are nicer, make friends with them, and then have them introduce you to her father. but, technically, if a father doesn't have legit Islamic reasons for being against a proposal, i'm pretty positive she can marry you without his permission. but then he probably won't speak to her again, so there's that. Actually, in Islam, it is bad to reject a good proposal.
  14. Honestly, I'm really surprised that people are being so patronizing to this guy. I honestly admire the fact that you are working so hard to make sure you don't sin. I think many young men in your situation would have taken the easy way out, especially if you were brought up in the western culture. I would suggest bringing it up to your parents, emphasizing the fact that you like this girl, but you don't want to do haraam. and, in order to prevent yourself from doing haraam, you want to take this step. Even if your parents don't wnat you using temorary marriage to fulfil lustful desires, you c
  15. are we back to this discussion again. Actually, I was pretty interested in this thread before, but they shut it down for some reason. I've never used the no no machines but I've heard they don't truely work and that it hurts. I'd definitely be careful where I used it. To be safe, and cheap, I'd just use wax or shave.
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