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  1. This is too funny. The diagnosis of epididymo-orchitis (infection of the seminal tract) is clinical examination, urine testing, and gold standard is an ultrasound. The boys are kept in the hammock. They're not needed to make this diagnosis at all Funny medicine some people practice (or claim to anyway)
  2. I believe in the world we live in today, people who don't live a spiritual existence tried to fulfil this need of being with someone who is perfect in every way in the wrong context. They believe this is attainable with another human being. As muslims, we believe and understand first hand that the perfection that we, and all human beings, are drawn to is in fact the fitra we were all born with. One of the ways to reach back to true perfection, the source of all love, God Himself. That is the truest love we all search for and actually need to keep this soul alive in an emotional sense. After that, yes there are also perfect unions attainable between two people of the opposite gender, the examples everyone knows about is between the Prophet (sawa) and Lady Khadija (as), and the Lady of light (as) and Amir Al Mumineen (as) Will the rest of us achieve such divinely inspired love for another man or woman? Yes, i'd like to believe so. As long as we strive towards Allah (SWT), He will grant us that, but my personal belief is that we might not find them in this world, but the next. True the Quran talks about the heavenly damsels (and some interpretors of the Quran show these can also be dudes) for the believing men and women awaiting them in heaven, but i believe these are reserved for people in the lower ranks of heaven. For a man who has truly learned to express his love for Allah, would it not be more befitting to be in enternal unity with a woman who lived on this earth and took the same stands? And Allah (SWT) knows best
  3. It is reported from Prophet Muhammad (S) that the Gabriel went to him and said: جاء جبرئیل علیه السلام إلی النبی صلی الله علیه و آله فقال: “یا محمد عش ما شت فانک میت و احبب ما شت فانک مفارقه و اعمل ما شت فانک مجزی به و اعلم ان الشرف الرجل قیامه بالیل و عزه استغناؤه عن الناس.” O Muhammad! Live for as long as you want. You will finally die. Love whatever you want. You will finally be separated from it. Do whatever you want. You will finally be rewarded for it. Know that a man's honour is in his staying up at night and his dignity is in his independence from people. Al-khisal P. 29, No 20.
  4. The most important thing i can think of, after asking Allah to take you by the hand and getting through this: CUT TIES WITH YOUR FRIENDS WHO SMOKE WEED ALL OF THEM Change your mobile number so they can't call you. I mean literally never associate with them at all again, because in the beginning you will be too weak to say no all the time, and eventually will fall in the trap again before too long. Stay away till you reach a point where you never dream of touching the stuff again. Don't even say goodbye, they will talk you out of it.
  5. I wasn't aware of where heparin is derived from. My understanding is, when a haram substance is used in infintismal levels in medical products, it is halal. The best example i can think of is alcohol in cough syrup, and this is backed by learned scholars like Sayyid Sistani. I guess if you can find heparin made with halal ingredients, go for it (this will be pretty difficult indeed), otherwise settle for whatever derivative you can find. He needs his heparin for his dialysis sessions, and life always comes first in Islam And Allah (SWT) knows best
  6. As per my initial response, the most wasteless thread in the history of shiachat. Website moderators, can someone please hand them the coveted trophy??
  7. I saw the title of the thread had 'weird' in it, and immediately drew me to a little known Dr Suess quote "We're all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone who's weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness, and call it love". Also, i half read this entire thread to make sure no one quoted him before me. Does that make me weird? The jury is out
  8. Sister, keep in mind the OP has copied and pasted poems in other threads without admitting he copied and pasted them Example: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php?/topic/235013149-do-not-stand-at-my-grave-and-weep/ Why am i even bothering to mention this? I guess i'm on Troll Patrol today (pun totally intended) Omlette du fromage (my contribution to the frenchiness of this thread) Salam
  9. The mods should make a competition for 'Thread which is the biggest waste of time on Shiachat' Despite all the muta, marriage and tatbir threads, this one would still win. Hands down.
  10. That's called a white guy trying desperately hard (and usually in vein) to impress his hoped-to-be desi mother in law
  11. These 2 verse are very interesting, because if this interpretation is correct, it shows yet again how superior the scientific understanding of the Quran. This is the key part. Focus on verse 6 first. What is the second last word? water right? Not sperm (nutfa is sperm). And what's the last word: daafiq, which literally means sterile (this word is also used to describe a vasectomy). So this verse is talking about water which is sterile and free of sperm. Verse 7 is talking about water which is free of sperm, which comes from a place between the ribs and the back. The ribs represent the front of the human body, and the backbone obviously represents the back of the body. so this sterile water is being said to come from inside the main body cavity. Testicles are hanging around in the scrotum (this is because the lower temperature there is ideal for spermatogenesis). Technically, testis aren't in the main body cavity. So where can you find sterile water (ie free from sperm) in the main body cavity? the prostate and seminal vesicles, both located in the pelvis Thus, these 2 verses are talking about the main creation of man from water, and also shows that the fluid that comes from the inside of body's main cavity is sperm free. Or maybe I got the meaning of the verses totally wrong. As always, Allah (SWT) knows best
  12. Um, your topic is still up. Also, there was nothing wrong with the brothers who gave links for proper texts with information. Yes i understand that you want quick direct answers to some of your questions, but to have a proper understanding of the school of thought of Ahlul Bait (ie shia islam), you need to go through our books.
  13. Brother finland, hello, salam Alaykum, and 'terv' (i hope i said that correctly) Before i head off for dinner, i will give some brief answers to your questions: 1) Jihad: in Islam there is a concept of minor Jihad, and major Jihad. the minor Jihad is to participate in a war (a just war, not any ridiculous war). the major jihad is what each and every human being goes through every day. ie being a good parent, a hard worker, earning money lawfully, feeding your kids. loving your parents, being truthful and loyal, and so on and so forth Also, jihad where innocent people are killed is not jihad, it is murder, plain and simple. there is only hell for such terrible crimes 2) Dawah. the verse in the Quran is clear: "there is no compulsion in religion". Yes we should promote islam to others, because we want for others a happy life. but we can't force anything on anyone. The Imam of shia theology ( Imam Ja'far) said it perfectly "be a silent promoter for us". the people asked the Imam how to achieve that. He said "by letting your actions speak for themselves. let you actions show what islam is" not just say things with your tongue, and then do something completely different 3) Do we need to live in an Islamic country? of course not. All land belongs to Allah. and if muslims don't live in western countries, while practicing their religion properly, how else will Christians and Jews and athiests see the true Islam? how else will they themselves see it's beauty? 4) cursing and lanah: this is not part of the doctorine of the school of thought of Ahlul Bait (is shia). What i mean is, just because you are a shia doesn't mean you have to ask Allah to remove his mercy (literal meaning of lanah) from someone. yes we do ask Allah to remove His mercy from some personalities, because they have clearly acted differently to the Quran. In fact, Allah Himself says many times in the Quran how He curses certain individuals (pharoah, abu jahl etc etc) 5) Question regarding charity: Allah doesn't look at how much you give, but how much you have and what part of it you were willing to give. it is known that one of the Imams refused to take the big sums of money that some business men wanted to give as religious tax (because they did it to show off), but the Imam personally thanked the lady who gave him 1 coin (because all the had in the world was 5 coins to begin with), it shows that Allah loves the one who gives because they have a clean heart. Allah doesn't need our wealth, everything belongs to Him to begin with. I hope my short and simple answers helped clear things a little bit brother. If there is anything else i can do, i am at your service And Allah (SWT) knows best Sister Johanna perhaps the brother who created this topic was so interested to learn about these points, because for him this is a piece of the puzzle for his (quite possibly new) understanding of islam, and islam is his life. I highly doubt the title of his thread was to mislead.
  14. Ali Musa is right, most of the halal meat in the gulf countries come from australia and new zealand (i believe they ship them in massive passenger ships, to slaughter them in their destined countries). There are a few halal outlets in Australia for these westernised companies like KFC and Mcdonalds, notably in muslim heavy cities like Sydney. My question though is, why would you use that option when you have much much much tastier (not necessarily healthier) options of the local halal shawarma and pizza joints (i got a 13 inch pizza yesterday dripping with chicken, i fought a hard battle to eat it all...but it won)
  15. That's it. This is the last time my buddies and i leave the comfort of our own homes and visit Saudi for anything other than Hajj and Ziyara. And i thought we were your kindred neighbours. For shame....
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