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There are many threads existing ta SC where the major and minor signs of Appearance of Imam Al Mahdi (عليه السلام) has been detailed and discussed. However, the topic of this thread has been mentioned to describe the geographical and political conditions in regions of the world before the Appearance of Al Mahdi (عليه السلام). Part 1: Some Basic Facts 1. Introduction of Imam Mahdi 2. Summary of hadith about Imam Mahdi 3. Muslims and Shia condition .....................(Continued)
Someone from Italy?
Maryam.It posted a topic in Travel/Local CommunityAssalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu. Someone from Italy?
Someone from/in Italy?
Maryam.It posted a topic in Travel/Local CommunityAssalamu alaykum! Some Shia Muslim from and/or in Italy?
Shia Levantines In Italy
Guest posted a topic in Travel/Local CommunitySalaamu Alaykum, I have so many questions about the Shia population of Europe, especially where it may overlap with the Levantine Arab population. I, myself, am Lebanese, and although I cherish the opportunity to meet new people and learn about new cultures, I sometimes feel quite alienated not being around others from my same cultural background. For personal reasons, I am considering living in Italy. Of course, I plan to visit before making any permanent changes, nevertheless, I'd like to have some idea of the situation there. If you have any information, however relevant, please enlighten me. Jazak Allah Kheir.
Imams against terrorism march across Europe
realizm posted a topic in Politics/Current Eventshttps://www.google.fr/amp/amp.dw.com/en/muslim-imams-march-against-terrorism-in-europe/a-39608229
Islam and the West
Mansur Bakhtiari posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionJust a place to share opinions, ideas and thoughts on life in the West, and offer tips to fellow Muslims on integrating, raising children, getting an education and remaining a pious worshipper of the Creator in the Western World.
Assalam aleikum brothers and sisters, I am a revert sister who wants to take the shahdah but I'm having trouble finding the right mosque. I looking for a place that is accommodating to sisters and offers classes inshallah. I'm at university in Chester so I could travel anywhere in the North West, especially Manchester or Liverpool. And my home is in Derby so I can go to anywhere surrounding that area. Thank you for your time.
Imam Hussain Blood Donation Campaign
Ethics posted a topic in Science/Health/EconomicsMashAllah a PROFOUND step for the cause of Allah and the Ahlulbayt A.S! The Imam Hussain Blood Donation Campaign is the first & largest campaign within the UK which aims to encourage and inspire members of the Muslim community to give back to their society and help save lives through a simple yet selfless act such as blood donation. The IUS works in conjunction with NHS Blood and Transplant to arrange sessions in each city for people to come and donate. For more information about the campaign and how to get involved and how to donate visit our website: www.ius.org.uk/giveblood Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @ImamHussainBDC Follow us on Facebook - www.facebook.com/IHBDC Visit our Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imam_Hus... http://youtu.be/8CoR-nN88LA
Planning Europe Trip
Username already taken posted a topic in Off-Topic(salam) Hope you're all doing great. Brothers and sisters I'm in a phase of planning a trip to some of the places around Europe. Since this is my first time travelling, I would like you guys to join in and help me make this trip memorable. :wub: ^_^ Currently I'm residing in Nice,France. From here I plan to move to Italy then to Hungary>Czech>Austria>Switzerland>Germany>Sweden>Netherlands>Paris>Spain>Portugal starting from ~23ish Dec. The Places in Bold are not finalized and based on the comments from you guys with cities,famous Places, attractions, landmarks etc I will make changes (add/remove) to my program. It would be even better if I can meet some of you guys and roam around with a guided tour of your hometown or just for a cup of coffee :) I will probably not be staying for more than 1 or 2 days in any country since I only have 2 weeks of vacations. It will be great if any of you might be able to host me as well, "promise I won't break your crockery or steal your Music CDs". :P . As for Nice,you're always welcome to plan your trip and stay at my place. Kindly comply asap since I need to book my tickets. Looking forward to your suggestions and hopefully meet some of you guys. :angel: (wasalam)
Ramadan According To Al-sistani
Seif posted a topic in Jurisprudence/LawsHello brothers&sisters, I was wondering, where can I check when Ramadan is starting in the Netherlands (europe) according to al-sistani? My parents follow al-khoei and they always start a day before I do, I was born later when al-khoei (may Allah bless his soul) was passed away so I had to follow a different marja. My parents tried to explain why the difference is but I still couldn't really understand.. anyone care to explain why this is? Shukran!
Most Patriotic Brits Are Muslims
.InshAllah. posted a topic in Politics/Current EventsSurvey: Most patriotic Brits are Muslims Flying the flag ... British boxer Amir Khan MUSLIMS are more patriotic than the average Brit, a survey has revealed. A massive 83 per cent of Muslims said they were proud to be British — compared with the national average of 79 per cent. They are also more optimistic than the average Brit. Just 31 per cent said our country's best days are in the past. The national average is 45 per cent. Half of those who took part in the poll about our national treasures believe Britain benefits from being multicultural. The results of the survey — published today — shatter the myth that Muslims are not patriotic. And it confirms that icons such as boxer Amir Khan are part of a growing Muslim community happy to celebrate the Union Flag. The poll of 2,000 Brits by think-tank Demos also found that Shakespeare, the National Trust and the Armed Forces are our most prized national treasures. The spontaneous street-sweeping which took place across Britain after the summer riots was also held up as a source of national pride. Tahir Shah, from the Muslim Public Affairs Committee, was not surprised at the results. He said: "Most Muslims are not loud, radical, crazy lunatics like Anjem Choudary who want to get publicity for themselves. They want to get on with their lives quietly. They are proud to be British. "Britain is a shining example. We know that in many other countries Muslims have it worse. In mainland Europe, countries such as France have introduced various Islamophobic laws. "Muslims can practise their faith openly in the UK and many people are thankful for that." Around 70 per cent of British Muslims were born in the UK, with 20 per cent arriving in the post-war immigration wave and just ten per cent arriving in the past decade. Britain's Muslim population is around three million. Ajmal Masroor, from the Islamic Society of Britain, said: "Muslim communities are very loyal to this country. Britain has values that are completely compatible with Islamic values." Tariq Modood, director of the Centre for Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, said: "Muslims can say to people, 'We are British and you've got us wrong' — or they can say, 'You don't think we're really British? Fine, we're not'. Only a very small minority do this." Volunteers ... clean-up operation after riots Kashif Hussein, 21, a student at University College London, said: "I feel British and Muslim but since 9/11 we have to show it more, to interact more, to show that we're not that stereotype." Shahid Mursaleen, of British Muslim organisation Minhaj-ul-Quran UK, said of the poll: "I agree with the result, which was expected. We are proud to be British because Muslims have contributed to the success of Britain." Omer El-Hamdoon, president of the Muslim Association of Britain, also backed the survey's findings. He said: "A large proportion of Muslims in Britain have been born here, so they are definitely proud to be British. They feel that this country is their country." Despite the Royal Family being people's seventh favourite national treasure, three in ten did not care about the monarchy or did not see them as a symbol of British pride. Volunteering is the biggest single indicator of national pride, while good manners and even the patience to queue also made people feel patriotic. ... http://www.mpacuk.org/
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