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  1. For the past couple of weeks, I have heard about how Sheikh Jaffer Jaffer has said something controversial about some Pakistani cultural practices. In my community, there has been a huge uproar from the Pakistani side. Anyways context aside, does anyone know what he said and as well what are your opinions on it. (I personally think that you should not be getting so mad about it because it is culture not religion)
  2. Hi, if someone could please translate this noha for me, I would really appreciate it. I love this noha so much but struggle to fully understand everything that is said. It is called Taqseer te nai koi syed di https://youtu.be/kVosTwtDSGQ
  3. English Pakistani Sunni scholars pilgrimage Imam Reza holy shrine (AhlulBayt News Agency) - Twenty Sunni scholars from Pakistan living in England went on pilgrimage of Razavi Holy Shrine in Razavi Karamat Ten Days Celebration. According to Astan News, head of this group said, “A 20-person group including prominent and effective religious scholars residing in England visited Mashhad and Razavi Holy Shrine”. Ja’far Najm stated, “After visiting Razavi Holy Shrine, the group met with Hujjat al-Islam wa al-Muslimin Imami, Educational Assistant of Razavi University of Islamic Sciences, and got familiar with activities, fields of study, establishment method and cultural activities of this university”. He recognized Imam Reza’s (A.S.) Holy Shrine as a center for unity of Muslims and added, “In addition to receive spiritual emanations, pilgrimage of Sunni Muslims in this holy place consolidates Muslims’ unity”. On the sideline of his visitation in Razavi Holy Shrine, Seyyed Amir Hossein Naqvi, another member of the group stated, “Grandeur and vastness of this holy place is exemplary and unexplainable. Devotion and affection toward Imam Reza (A.S.) is like an elixir which close our hearts to each other, despite of our different Islamic sects”. Birmingham’s Friday leader said that western countries try to tarnish Islam’s face by forming and supporting Wahhabism and Isis. He also added, “Unity among Sunni and Shia Muslims has to be followed seriously so that we can resist against evil plots of the enemy”. “Thanks to God, I have had the success of visiting Razavi Shrine for a few times. However, I am very happy today because my current visitation is happening in Karamat Ten Days Celebration”, he stated. Qur’an museum was introduced by Birmingham Friday Leader as one of the most equipped museums in the Islamic world. He also added, “This museums’ Qur’ans can be found nowhere and it has perfectly shown greatness of Islamic culture to the people of the world”. It is worth mentioning that the group visited Astan Quds Razavi’s physical education institute on the first day of its presence in Mashhad. It should also be mentioned that during their presence in Mashhad, members of this group also met with Ayatollah Noori Hamedani. http://en.abna24.com/news/iran/english-pakistani-sunni-scholars-pilgrimage-imam-reza-holy-shrine_845238.html
  4. Assalam. Is it true that the Pakistani Hujjaj's resorts got fire while 750 Hajji were sleep?
  5. Salam I am not familiar with how Pakistanis arrange marriage, so please educate me here, I googled Pakistani marriage customs but I got articles which didn't really help. The girl's family seem very religious. Alhumdolillah So my parents go to her house first, do they go alone or do I go as well? And then do they come over to our house? How am I supposed to behave? will I have to talk to them about it? What questions will come up? So how do religious Pakistanis carry out this whole process? And tell me about the costs and who pays for what and arranges what?
  6. (bismillah) Salam. Hi, everyone. I'm learning how to cook and I thought I'd start with the basics. I already know how to other stuff like paratha, eggs, chicken and even biryani all on my own. But what I don't know is how to make bread the way we make it in the subcontinent. The first thing's first. What's the difference between Roti and Chapati? Are they simply different names for the same thing? Are they prepared any differently from each other? And if any of you could be kind enough to post a recipe for each of them, I'd be really grateful. Thanks! Take care. Mithrandir.
  7. Pakistani martyred while safeguarding holy shrines of Imam Naqi and Hassan Askari Pakistani Shia Muslim youth embraced martyrdom for the sake of the holy shrines of Hazrat Imam Ali Naqi al-Hadi (as) and Imam Hassan Askari (as), 10th and 11th infallible leaders of Islam. Javed Hussain had gone to Samarra that is situated in Salah ad Din province in Iraq where the holy shrines of Imam Ali Naqi al Hadi (as) and Imam Hassan Askari are also situated within one premises. The holy shrines are known as Askariyyaen. Following a call from Shia leadership, Javed Hussain, joined the jihad to protect the holy shrines from takfiri nasbi terrorist attacks. He put resistance to the takfiri terrorists in Samarra and sacrificed his life for the sake of sanctity of Ahl-e-Bait (as). Now, Pakistani Shia Muslims take pride in the glorious resistance of Javed Hussain who on behalf of all Pakistani Muslims, joined the jihad-e-kifai and upheld the message of martyrdom of Imam Hussain (as) in Karbala. Namaz-e-janaza of the great martyr Javed Hussain was held in the premises of the holy shrine of Hazrat Bibi Fatima Masooma (as) in Qom, the spiritual capital of Iran where tens of thousands of people offered funeral prayer to pay homage to the great martyr on Friday. Shiites renew their pledge during every Moharram that Abad Wallah Ya Zahra (as) Ma Ninsa Hussaina (as) that means O Great Lady Fatima (daughter of Hazrat Mohammad, Holy and last Prophet and apostle of God) that we shall never forget your son Hussain (as) because of his unmatched resistance to the force of tyranny and despotism and terrorism. This pledge means Shia Muslims shall remain loyal to all the infallible Imams, all from the family of Hazrat Fatima Zahra (as). Source : http://www.shiitenews.com/index.php/pakistan/10579-pakistani-martyred-while-safeguarding-holy-shrines-of-imam-naqi-and-hassan-askari
  8. Anyone seen it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0wlGZZWXKc (i dont know how to show it as a video on this forum sorry)
  9. Salaam I am a pakistani i've heard goosd and bad reviews about this guy to be honest can't quite make up my mind he is a legend in his own right also very well spoken and tackles the problems head on but i've heard he is anti-shia but i have seen videos which contradict that statement http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfA3aY6bcwE but then well known speakers from pakista i.e ( Murtaza zaidi) hassan zafar naqvi are apparently against him so i am not sure what to do as pakistani (who to vote for) because Asif ali nzardari is a shia but record numbers have been martyred under his leadership not just shia's but sunni's also obviousley he is a american puppet so please brothers and sisters we need more on this subject............... ya ali madad
  10. Salam, All sisters (sorry the question is from a brother), specifically Iranian sisters who are in Iran or are still related to Iran, travel back to Iran, and have family there, do you see any opportunity of opening Iranian markets up for Pakistani fashion stuff? Pakistan is a leading cotton and other fabric producer nation and whole bunch of Western designer brands outsource to Pakistan. Do you see Iranian women opening up to Pakistni fashion? Here's the link to give you an idea of Pakistani designs: http://www.hinab.com/store/
  11. What do you people have for breakfast ...don't give me the cereal or scrambled eggs. Give me a traditional Pakistani breakfast recipe nowwwwwwww.
  12. This is an interesting video i came across from Baba Ali: "One thing i always find funny is how people take so much pride in things such as race and color. But what did we do to be proud of it? You can "oh I was born in this country!!!!" , but why do think you deserve credit for that... others say "I was born into this family"... but what did you do to be proud of those achievements of your culture or ethnicity? The truth is you didnt have a choice over any of those things, it just happened. You did nothing to gain your race, your family, or the color of your skin. Isn't it very stupid to have so much pride in something you have no choice over. So why are people so much attached to those factors to the point where they put it before Islam?" Quran-49:13 "oh mandkind, we have created you from a male and female,and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another..." we have people that claim to be Muslims, but instead follow their cultures and claim they are following Islam, but are really just following their own culture. This is one of the reasons for the sad state of the Ummah today" This attachment to our cultur over Islam is what divides the world today. It has come to the point where we hate eachother. I mean, we always blame westerners for being racist, but we ignore the fact that we are the most racist people of all. I hate to point it out, but middle easterners, Pakistanis, and Persians are the worst offenders. They constantly talk about how they are superior. I mean, how often have you heard Persians calling themselves "pure Aryans" and claiming their ancestors were "blond haired, blue eyed nordic", saying how much they hate Afghans and Arabs. Or Arabs saying they are pure Semetic and talking about "impure African/Asiastic blood" and Pakistanis saying they are 100% non- Indian. Though your culture may have made great advancements and achievements in the past, what have you done to claim their achoievements as your own, other than being born into the same race? How much will your culture or how much you did to support it help you on the day of judgement?
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