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  1. عيد الزهراء عليها السلام مبارك 9th Rabee Awwal Eid Al Zahara (عليه السلام) & The first day of the Imamat of Al Hujja Al Mehdi (ajf) Mubarak to All sisters, brothers, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and all of Allah's creations! NARAAAYYYYY HAIDERIII YAAAAA Ali
  2. Comment Should we rejoice on the day of Eid and celebrate it in a festive mood? Or should we observe the aamaal in a melancholy mood? Also published on: https://ahlulbaytmission.org/2019/08/09/grief-of-aal-e-Muhammad-renewed-on-eid/
  3. Salaamu Alaykum, So eid is coming up, and I had a question: I am a follower of Sayed Khamenei, who allows use of telescope sighting. I live in South Western Ontario, so I share a horizon with places along the west coast of the United States, who are predicted to be able to sight the moon with a telescope. So, my question is: In a hypothetical situation, if there are reports of sightings among the west coast (with a telescope), which are verified by, for example, moonsighters.com, or other sites/organizations, but Sayed Khamenei's office/representative does not announce eid, do I celebrate eid, or do I wait for the day after to celebrate, since he did not announce it? Jazzakum Allah Kheyr
  4. So I went with Saudi Arabia to start Ramadhan, but as I am in the United Kingdom should have gone with Morocco. Now I regret going with Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia have said Eid is tomorrow, Morocco say Eid is the day after (like Iran I expect). What would you do? Bare in mind there will literally be nowhere I can go to pray Eid prayer in my city by following Morocco.
  5. Bismillah I know this is a bit late but I’d like to humbly present to you all this small poem in honour and celebration of the birth anniversary of the daughter of Imam Ali and Lady Fatima, Lady Zainab e Kubra written by my humble self. Today the blessings of the heavens opened as a moon into the house of Ali, She descends in her glory and the moon hides in her awe of her beauty, Even the sun dare not gaze upon her to protect her modesty, Stars rotate around her magnanimity. Zainab is her name, A name that can move mountains, For which other woman can be known as a princess in the heavens, This name shook each place that she is summoned. And courage applauds her valour, Many women can be brave but only one can become Islam’s flagbearer, Protecting others without the need for armour, One strike from her tongue can make everyone cower, The sister of Abbas is also a soldier. No one on this Earth would see what you see, And still compliment the Lord on His beauty, I’m inspired by your mention, Oh holy lady, My tongue calls to you in both celebrations and calamities, Each letter in your name serves as in your praise poetry, This is your station oh Zainab daughter of Ali. I say to my sisters and mothers, Protect this hijab, For this is her banner, Wear it with every being of your fibre, Let this crown make you hold your head up higher This is your armour, It sends an attack to your oppresse Look at her shrine in Syria, Standing tall with pride and honour, It sends a message to those wishing for terror, Where you wanted to defame her, Look at who you are and then look at Sani e Zahra, You are forgotten like the names of your ancestor and like her father, She is the victor, The warrior in the face of horror, She is the champion and the winner. She taught me patience when the world crumbles around you, Never bow down to that which is not true, Have patience that a light at the end of this dark tunnel will see you through, She is my strength and through her love my heart grew, No longer did my eyes shed tears when her story I knew, For no matter what we see in this dunya, Is nothing compared to the strength held by the daughter of Fatima. Oh my Lady forgive me if my pen was unable to show the world your beauty, But in this failure is my victory for who can truly describe even an ounce of your personality, Indebted to you is humanity, Your service to God is your legacy. Oh Lady Zainab my mistress, Grant me this prayer that escapes my lips as a whisper, Let me visit your shrine in Syria, Sit beside your grave and recite in your honour, And see the flag of your brother fluttering in the breeze as your protector
  6. Salam aleykum, Eid mubarak brothers and sisters. Today is the eid of Zahra(as). I feel like many people are unaware of what this day actually is about and I thought I would share some of the information I have received from an app called Islamic Calender on android that states the important dates and some info about them. The following info is quoted from the app: After two months of azadari the mourning of our 3rd Imam(as) who along with his companions that were massacred in Karbala, Eid-e-Zahra is a day in which the Ahlul Bayt(as) expressed their joy and happiness. For the past two months, we have left the warmth of our houses and come to partake in the aza and mourning of Imam Hussein and his family solely for our love towards them. As a principle of our faith, and a testimony of our love to the Ahlul Bayt(as) we partake in their grief. Alongside partaking in their grief, we participate and celebrate occasions that are filled with happiness, or events that made them happy. Ibn-e Taous narrates in Zaweed-ul Fawaed that the holy Prophets(S) companion Hazrat Hozayfa Yamani, said that he went to the holy Prophet(S) on the 9th of Rabi-ul Awwal and witnessed him smiling while he had his eyes on the faces of his grandsons Imam Hassan(as) and Imam Hussein(as). He said to them: "Surely on this day, Allah will ruin His enemy and enemy of your grandfather, and prayer of your mother will be accepted on this day, and this is the day when Allah accepts deeds of your followers and devotees." It is also on this day that our 4th Imam, Imam Zainul Abideen(as) rejoiced and was pleased upon receiving the heads of ibn-e ziyad(la) and umar e saad(la). In Bihar ul Anwar it is narrated that Imam Zainul Abideen(as) prayed thanking in prostration to Allah saying, "Thanks to Allah for He took revenge from our enemies" and prayed for Hazrat Mukhtar(RA) in these words: "May Allah reward Mukhtar good." Following the footsteps of our Imam we rejoice and take pride on this day for the revenge taken by Mukhtar(RA) against the perpetrators of Karbala. To further glorify, and provide further honor and dignity to this day, it is the beginning of the Imamat, leadership of our present 12th Imam(ajf). Although this is not the primary reason for our celebration, it furthers the magnificence of this occasion. Today as a religion, as a community and as individuals we must follow in the footsteps of the Ahlul Bayt(as) and rejoice, and express glad tidings on the death of umar e saad(la) and ibn e ziyad(la) who took part in the heinous act of killing Imam Hussein(as). We pray that Allahسُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى hastens the reappearance of his Hujjat and to provide our communities with the maghfirat and tawfeeq to have the love of the Ahlul Bayt(as) and the hatred towards those who hate Ahlul Bayt(as). Speaking of Mukthar(RA), I recommend all my brothers and sisters to watch the series done on him, it is really well done, it starts of with the attack on Imam Hassan(as), continues with the martyrdom of Imam Hussein(as) and the aftermath: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9eG2KLmwMA&list=PLH-YYOp8X1BOnoeoG52v0eVcyk684IhSG Please remember me and each other in your duas today!
  7. Salaam alaikum, Eid e Ghadeer Mubarak to all! i guess this eid is greater than any other eid in a shia calendar. Then why no one is celebrating? No threads? I wander around shiachat frquently and there r multiple topics for all events. Astonished to see this forum so inactive today.
  8. Salaam and Eid Mubarak. I absolutely love the Eid Qunoot. اللّهُمّ أَهْلَ الْكِبْرِيَاءِ وَالْعَظَمَةِ، وَأَهْلَ الْجُودِ وَالْجَبَرُوتِ، وَأَهْلَ الْعَفْوِ وَالرّحْمَةِ، وَأَهْلَ التّقْوَى وَالْمَغْفِرَةِ، أَسْأَلُكَ بِحَقّ هذَا الْيَوْمِ الّذِي جَعَلْتَهُ لِلْمُسْلِمِينَ عِيداً، وَلِمُحَمّدٍ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَآلِه ذُخْراً وَمَزِيداً أَنْ تُصَلّيَ عَلَى مُحَمّدٍ وَآلِ مُحَمّدٍ وَأَنْ تُدْخِلَنِي فِي كُلّ خَيْرٍ أَدْخَلْتَ فِيهِ مُحَمّداً وَآلَ مُحَمّدٍ، وَأَنْ تُخْرِجَنِي مِنْ كُلِّ سُوءٍ أَخْرَجْتَ مِنْهُ مُحَمّداً وَآلَ مُحَمّدٍ صَلَوَاتُكَ عَلَيْهِ وَعَلَيْهِمْ. اللّهُمّ إِنّي أَسْأَلُكَ خَيْرَ مَا سَأَلَكَ عِبَادُكَ الصَّالِحُونَ، وَأَعُوذُ بِكَ مِمَّا اسْتَعَاذَ مِنْهُ عِبَادُكَ الصَّالِحُونَ. allahumma ahla alkibriya‘i wal-`azamati wa ahla aljudi wal-jabaruti wa ahla al-`afwi wal-rrahmati wa ahla alttaqwa wal-maghfirati as’aluka bihaqqi hadha aliyawmi alladhy ja`altahu lilmuslimena `edan wa limuhammadin salla allahu `alayhi wa alihi dhukhran wa mazedan an tusalliya `ala muhammadin wa ali muhammadin wa an tudkhilany fe kulli khayrin adkhalta fehi muhammadan wa ala muhammadin wa an tukhrijany min kulli su‘in akhrajta minhu muhammadan wa ala muhammadin salawatuka `alayhi wa `alayhim allahumma inne as’aluka khayra ma sa’alaka `ibaduka alssalihuna wa a`udhu bika mimma ista`adha minhu `ibaduka alssalihuna O Allah: You are the Lord of glory and greatness And the Lord of magnanimity and omnipotence And the Lord of pardon and mercy, And the worthiest of being feared and the Lord of forgiveness; I beseech You in the name of this day, which You have decided to be feast for the Muslims, And to be safety and increasing honor for Muhammad—peace of Allah be upon him and his Household— (I beseech You) that You may send blessings upon Muhammad and the Household of Muhammad, And You may include me with every item of goodness with which You have included Muhammad and the Household of Muhammad, And that You save me from any item of evil from which You have saved Muhammad and the Household of Muhammad, May Your blessings be upon him and upon them. O Allah: I pray You for the best of all that for which Your righteous servants have prayed You, And I seek Your protection against all that against which Your righteous servants have asked Your protection. From duas.org.
  9. Salaam, Do you celebrate eid-e-zehra and if so, how do you celebrate eid-e-zehra?
  10. Salaam Alaykum. Eid Mubarak!! On these blessed days of Eid, together let's stand. https://soundcloud.com/thesoulfulpoet/standpoem
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  12. Salaams This Eid I will be going somewhere where i will not be able to perform Eid Namaz at mosque. I was just wondering if i will be able to perform it at home by myself. Thanks in advance.
  13. My cooking skills are rudimentary at best.I would like to know if any brothers/sisters have used a wood fire clay oven before.I have so far learned to make pizza from but failed when I tried to cook a leg of mutton.Would love to hear @Darth Vader thoughts since his are only cooking posts I have read so far.
  14. Asalam o Alikum brothers and sisters, Since I won't be online over the weekend. I want to wish you Eid Mubarak in advance. In every shared smile and laughter; In every silent prayer answered; In every opportunity that comes your way – may Allah bless you immensely! Eid Mubarak Please remember me and my family in your prayers. Allah Hafiz.
  15. Why do muslims sacrifice animals during eid el adha? Is there anyone specific who like started this tradition? Why is it mus-tahab? Is there any hadith or quotations on it by imam Ali a.s. ?
  16. Salam all, I'm from the Middle East and might need to travel for a while to these countries so just wanted to know - do we have any shia communities in these countries in case it is possible for me to go there? JazakAllah
  17. Assalamu Alaikom wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh Today is Eid al Zahra and the start of Usboo al Wahda, the week of unity of Muslims ending on the 17th of Rabi ul Awal, declared by Imam Khomeini (ra). On this day, Imam Sajjad (as), the man who would soak his beard in tears smiled. On this day, the killers of Imam Husayn (as) were avenged. Let us all be happy on Eid al Zahra and praise Allah in unity with all Muslims. Eid ul Mubarak!
  18. On the occasion of the completion of the religion and the perfection of the divine favours with the appointment of Imam Ali (a.s) on the DAY OF GHADEER, I want to congratulate you for being among those who hold unto the leadership (Wilayat) of 'Amir-al-Mu'mineen'. May Allah include us among their sincere followers and the helpers of their noble course,
  19. 1. Have a Ghusl /bath, put on new or clean clothes and apply perfume 2. Observe fast. (Fasting on the Day of Ghadir is equivalent to fasting the time span of the (existence of the) entire world-A hadith ) 3. Recite ziyarats of Imam Ali ibne Abi Talib(as) (i) ziyarat Ameenallah ii) ziyarat Mut'laqah 4. Recite Dua-e-Nudbah. 5. Pray a 2 Raka't Salaat. before/near noon time , as under: In the first Rakat recite Sura Qadr after Sura Fatihah & in the second Rakat recite Sura Ikhlass after Sura Fatihah After Salaam Go into Sajdah and say 100 times: 'SHUKRAN LILLAAH' Then go into Sajdah and recite : 'ALHAMDU LILLAH' 100 times & 'SHUKRAN LILLAH' 100 times A Hadith says 'One who does this Aa'mal today is entitled to receive the reward of a person who was present at Ghadeer, had heard the declaration, and accepted it as true'. 6. Another 2 Rakat Namaz - In every Raka'at, after the recitation of Surah Al Fatih'ah, recite: (i) Surah Al Ikhlaas 10 times.+ (ii) Aayaat ul Kursee 10 times. +(iii) Surah Qadr. 10 times. Note: For details, check: http://duas.org/ghadir.htm
  20. RTS article: Eid al-Adha "Festival of the Sacrifice" Salam. Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem, May the Peace and Blessings of Allah (swt) be upon Prophet Muahmmad (saw) and his pure family (a.s). Eid Al-Adha "Festival of the Sacrifice", is celebrated worldwide each year. It marks the end of the annual Hajj to Mecca. In the Islamic lunar calendar, it falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah. It honors the willingness of Prophet Ibraheem (a.s) to sacrifice his son Ishmael (a.s), as an act of submission to God's command, before God then intervened sending his angel Jibraeel (a.s) and informs him that his sacrifice has already been accepted. [...] Read here: http://www.revisitingthesalaf.org/2016/09/silence-of-lambs.html
  21. first wanna ask if shia have Eid adha on same day as sunnis in 12 septamber ? , second Eid Mubarak third , what's is the moral behind sacrificing animal ? I know the Ismael/abrham story , but I don't understand why have to keep carrying on this tradition of slaughtering an animal every Eid ? also muslims of india always get in trouble with the hindus and it create hatred among both communities when muslims slaughter cows in Eid al adha , should muslims take hindus feeling into consideration and not kill cows !! as for this practice is it sunnah or fard !
  22. All I can say is Eid Mubarak everyone. I am happy that the moon has been sighted in the US and Canada. I found out that it is going to be Eid so I am happy. How are you guys doing?
  23. Asalamu alaykum, Eid Mubarak. Could you please let me know which Shia centres will be performing Eid Prayers tomorrow in London (including Hillingdon)? If you also know what time the prayers are, and the postcode, that would be helpful. I know the Hujjat centre are. But I am coming from outside London and their centre is a bit far to get to. Thanks very much.
  24. May Allah bless you all. inshAllah your fasting and prayers are accepted. http://www.imam-us.org/1436/shawwal In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful Announcement Concerning: The Crescent Moon of the Month of Shawwal, 1436 
بيان هلال شهر شوال لسنة ١٤٣٦، إضغط هنا لقراءة البيان To the respected believers in North America,
 Peace be upon you. 


The Moon-Sighting Committee of the Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America announces that Saturday, July 18, 2015 will be the first day of the month of Shawwal, 1436, for the entire region of North America.

 This is based on no reports of verified sightings of the crescent moon at sunset on Thursday, July 16, 2015, in any region in North America. Thus, Friday is considered the last day of Ramadan.

 We ask Allah (swt) to accept our fasting and good deeds during the holy month and to hasten the Return of Our Master, Imam Mahdi (ajfs). The Crescent Committee: 
• Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, Toronto, Canada.
 • Shaykh Fadhil al-Sahlani, New York, NY.
 • Sayyid Mahboob Mehdi Abedi, Chicago, IL.
 • Shaykh Ja'far Banglori, Miami, FL. 
• Sayyid Nabi Raza Abedi, San Francisco, CA. Important Islamic events in this month: • 1st (July 18) Eid al-Fitr • 8th (July 25) Destruction of al-Baqi’ by the government of Saudi Arabia, 1344 AH • 25th (August 11) Martyrdom of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq, 148 AH I.M.A.M. accepts Zakat al-Fitrah and sends it to needy believers in the United States. Click here to pay it online. To read about the rules of Zakat al-Fitrah, click here. The Moon-Sighting Committee was established in 2005 by The Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America, which annually selects new members to serve on its behalf. It has offered its services to the believers in North America every month since. The current committee was appointed at the Fourteenth Conference of The Council of Shia Muslim Scholars of North America held in Detroit in August 2014. To learn about our basis for determining the beginning of lunar months and the theory about the unity of horizons, please click here.
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