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Zeeshan Jaffry

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  • Birthday 11/19/1996

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  1. But what if the Government isn't 'Islamic'? What happens then? Also, can the family of the victim pardon the murderer?
  2. And what happens if they are unable to pay the Blood Money?
  3. I was thinking it over today, if a clinically Insane person commits Murder, how can he be held accountable for his action? What does Islam say about this?
  4. The Jordanians don't Support Hamas, and they aren't huge fans of the PLO or Iran either.
  5. Why do you want the Iraqis to Execute them with Knives and such? These type of Violent and Barbaric acts are not the ways of a decent person.
  6. If they use Violence and Barbarianism, doesn't mean we have to do the same.
  7. (salam) The scientific approach isn't exactly flawless since it's based on Astronomical calculations and stuff (from what i've read). Even then, The age of the moon does not automatically predict new moon/crescent visibility; so if the new moon occurs on one day, then the crescent will not necessarily be visible the following evening (or even the one after that!). This is the 'General rule': 'When you see the crescent for Ramadhan, you start Ramadhan and when you see crescent for Shawwal you end fasting. If it is cloudy or people are unable to see the crescent, complete thirty days of fasting and then celebrate Eid.'
  8. (salam) The problem is that some People still persist with this 'scientific approach' (Used by some Religious Scholars) to determine Eid, Which leads to further Dis-unity :wacko:
  9. Sorry if i sounded rude in my response buddy. It all depends on the Religious Scholar you follow. I know what you're talking about, it's not a very nice thing when in some cases even your family members don't celebrate Eid along with you, But the problem is that sometimes the date given by our Scholars varies with the ones issued by the government of a country (sometimes blindly following Saudi Arabia). Some people tend to go by the latter which results in different Eid days. The Dates issued by Scholars also differs based on the method of Determination (ie. Some scholars tend to use the Calculation method thingy etc.)
  10. 'In some cases, you can not have Eid on the same day because sighting of the moon differs from place to place.' What part of this do you not get?
  11. (salam) I don't see how a person from the pure Bloodline of the Prophet can be a an enemy of God/tyrant :) On a more serious note, i personally think that respect is something that needs to be earned, regardless of anything else. If Syeds don't act like how good Syeds are supposed to, they aren't worthy of respect, nor are they worthy of being Syed.
  12. (salam) I think the General Rule is that 'When you see the crescent for Ramadhan, you start Ramadhan and when you see crescent for Shawwal you end fasting. If it is cloudy or people are unable to see the crescent, complete thirty days of fasting and then celebrate Eid.' In some cases, you can not have Eid on the same day because sighting of the moon differs from place to place. Allah has already given us Hajj days to be physically, mentally and spiritually in Saudi Arabia. Other than this we should be able to make our decisions (Following our Marja etc.) based upon the Sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad (as)
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