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  1. Must see!!! http://www.maaref-foundation.com/english/index.htm
  2. (bismillah) (salam) In this post, I am hoping to bring to attention the physical and worldly effects of obeying or disobeying religious laws and duties. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.ca Enjoy :) (salam)
  3. (bismillah) (salam) It seems to me that more and more are quite relaxed about passing religious rulings nowadays without being certain about what they are saying. I made a post that warns against doing so. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.ca/ Enjoy :) (salam)
  4. (bismillah) (salam) Here's a very short post to replenish our patience. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.ca/ Enjoy :) (salam)
  5. (bismillah) (salam) Yesterday, I was debating with a friend about the issue of temporary marriage. We managed to get over the point that it is permitted in Islam. However, he raised the issue about the future implications of mut'ah on nikah. He argued that one who engages in mut'ah and in the future marries a different person will have a burden on his back. This burden is put when one has to mention to their partner their past sexual relations and whether or not they are a virgin. Furthermore, this argument implies that one has to confess their past sexual relationships, what is the Islamic standpoint on this issue? If yes, then, will that confession not discourage the partner from getting married due to not being chaste? If no, then, should the person lie and confess that they are a virgin or should they just find another partner that will accept this condition? (wasalam)
  6. (bismillah) (salam) Here's an interesting post. In it we learn a moral lesson from a king who ruled for a thousand years. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.ca/ Enjoy. If you have any comments or questions, please do not hesitate to message me. (salam)
  7. (bismillah) There is a common phenomena in our society where teenagers lend money to their friends in small amounts for buying a piece of candy, or some other object. At a later time, the lendee says that they want to pay back, however, the lender says that the amount of money is little and is not significant or either the lendee himself considers it insignificant. In this scenario, I raise many questions; 1) When the lender declares that the money they lent is little to be significant. a) How should the other person act? Should they force them to accept the money? b ) Are they blamed for not giving the money? c) Is this kind of loan in Islam acceptable? and is it even considered a loan? 2) When the lendee perhaps considers that the money is too little to be paid back . a) Can the other person ask for his money back even if it is little? Is this considered stinginess? b ) Should a person give a time limit as to when it should be paid back even if it is little? Forgive my ignorance to these questions, but this subject is a blank in my mind. If you can also direct me to a book that is considered with such topics or lectures, it would be very helpful. Thank you for your answers Wassalam
  8. (bismillah) What is the ruling upon making a framed jigsaw puzzle which contains pictures of characters of video games (i.e final fantasy, bleach), is it permissible to be given as a present to a friend? Is it permissible to give action figures as presents to friends?
  9. (bismillah) (salam) The commander of the faithful says: “A right which has no one to claim is, indeed, lost”. Hello everyone, I need some advise. I live in China currently for education and in the university's dormitory building. Frequently, there is much noise from the people that are in the same floor I live in and in other floors also, i.e. shouting and music. From the perspective of Ahlul-Bayt (as) , what would be a good approach to deal with them? The reason I am asking this question is because I do not want to subject my anger to deal with this problem. Should I just keep quiet? Or should I do something? My roommate is also annoyed from the same problem, yet, we are quiet in the moment. He suggested we should live outside the dormitory, however; due to many reasons, it might not be possible. Thank you. Wassalam :D
  10. Different views of God may influence academic cheating Temptation to cheat on a math test was best resisted by students who believe in a harsh, punishing God Belief in God doesn't deter a person from cheating on a test, unless that God is seen as a mean, punishing one, researchers say. On the flip side, psychology researchers Azim F. Shariff at the University of Oregon and Ara Norenzayan at the University of British Columbia found that undergraduate college students who believe in a caring, forgiving God are more likely to cheat. The findings emerged from two experiments involving a mathematics test in which honesty was put to the test. Students were told about a software glitch in which the correct answer to each problem would appear after several seconds. To avoid seeing the answer, they were told to press the space bar immediately after viewing each problem and before pursuing a solution without scratch paper or calculators. The results are detailed in the quarterly International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. The research is part of a larger effort to understand cultural development, in particular the role of religion in encouraging -- or even forcing adherence to -- moral behavior. "Taken together, our findings demonstrate, at least in some preliminary way, that religious beliefs do have an effect on moral behavior, but what matters more than whether you believe in a god is what kind of god you believe in," Shariff said. "There is a relationship: Believing in a mean god, a punishing one, does contribute to cheating behavior. Believing in a loving, forgiving god seems to have an opposite effect." Continues: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-04/uoo-dvo041911.php
  11. (bismillah) (salam) I hope everyone is doing very well. In this post, I present an authentic tradition regarding an individual who seems not to be fit to go to the frontlines to fight and is not permitted Jihad. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Your views and comments are always welcome. If you feel that the translation could be improved, do let me know how and I will make the necessary changes. Thank you Eltemase Dua (salam)
  12. (salam) I hope this post serves as a reminder to our youths and adults, who are very attentive to their fasts and prayers, yet negligent of their manners and attitudes. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Enjoy and Eltemase Dua. (salam)
  13. (bismillah) (salam) In order to be able to truly commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (as), it is very important to know and understand his attributes and excellence. In this post, I have presented an authentic tradition, which sheds light on the status and position of all of our Imams, peace be upon them all. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Many of our questions about our Imams such as the extend of the knowledge of our Imams, their creation, their position in our religion are answered in this hadith. It certainly provides us with much much food for thought and contemplation. Eltemase Dua. (salam)
  14. (bismillah) (salam) In this post, I have presented a short tradition, which simultaneously guides parents to teach obedience and warns children to be obedient. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Enjoy :) Eltemase Dua (salam)
  15. (bismillah) (salam) In this post, through two traditions, I tie three other posts together in order to portray a very clear picture about the connection between our actions and our faith. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Enjoy and eltemase Dua :) (salam)
  16. (bismillah) (salam) This interesting post will hopefully help us become more vigilant of our feelings and judgements. It brings the punishment in Barzakh into our minds, and gives us another strong motivation to keep ourselves away from sins. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Enjoy and Eltemase Dua :) (salam)
  17. (bismillah) (salam) This is a very interesting post. In this post I present a relatively long discussion between Abu Abdullah (as) and a group of Mutazalites. The conclusion is very powerful as it makes a strong claim. From this discussion many lessons can be learned. If you feel I have missed some of the lessons in it, please let me know. You could either post a comment in my blog or in here. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Eltemase Dua :) (salam)
  18. (bismillah) (salam) Since I have noticed and seen many people ask for a "strong" supplication or for a "supplication that works" I thought I should make a post that highlights the necessary conditions for any supplication to be fruitful. Without these conditions even the "strongest" supplication may not "work." http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Eltemase Dua (salam)
  19. (bismillah) (salam) For this post, I wrote a longer-than-usual note before I post the tradition. I certainly recommend you need the note and think about it. Then read the tradition and think about it. Hopefully, after much thinking, we would all be more careful and watchful over our tongues. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ If there are any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to let me know. Eltemase Dua (salam)
  20. (bismillah) (salam) Since tonight is the night of 17th of Ramadhan, I thought it would be appropriate to post this tradition. This tradition also highlights a few historically important and interesting dates. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Eltemase Dua :) Enjoy. (wasalam)
  21. (bismillah) (salam) In this post, I wanted to bring into the attention of the readers the significance of complete submission to Allah. You would also notice what it means to be completely submitted to Allah. http://unveilingthelight.blogspot.com/ Eltemase Dua :) (salam)
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