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  1. Assalamu alaykum I am Sunni, and know very little about Shiah fiqh. I hope somebody is able to help me. I would like to know what the awrah of a woman is: 1. In front of muslim females 2. In front of non-muslim females 3. In front of mahram males 4. In front of non-mahram males 5. During salah when she is alone. Thank you for your time.
  2. Salaam all So, I have noticed that females are drama-centric. There's just always something. Stirring up whatever because they get bored maybe? Just generally difficult. I have known of females who say that they cannot live with other females - because the displeasure goes up like an exponential scale with each additional female, apparently. They don't even like each other. They are very difficult to get along with in any setting. I remember one female I asked to do a simple favor since she was over in that area any way. "No." Even though I was recording the professor's lectures for the whole class, and she would watch it. Here I am doing a favor for the whole class. I didn't bring this fact up. It's like, her brain can just ignore such a kind act. Or the brain knows the act and chooses to respond in that way. Like "I get mine, furget you." Time after time after time. It's like that movie "Gone Girl" with Ben Afleck. At one point, he say something like every woman I know is coming at me. And don't let the hijab fool you. At the masjid, this one guy would stop the sermon and quiet the female section because they were too loud. Multiple times. In one night. I cannot become a women hater and think of them as inferior because the religion says we are equal. For others out there without certainty in religion, they may have a difference in opinion. Why is female nature this way? It has to be the way the female is designed. Is there anything in the religion about the female disposition? Like any sophisticated software, there has to be a way to hack into it with enough time. IS there a manual. It feels like every man has to be a psychoanalyst just to operate in any interaction with females.
  3. Salam Alaykum All, Recently, the realization that my oh-so-progressive Iranian community prioritizes culture over all else has shocked and upset me. I guess I never really noticed it since the culture isn't blatantly "backwards" for lack of a better word. For example, things like early marriage (sunnah) are looked down upon, high dowries are a measure of a girls worth, and everyone is constantly trying to show off their social status! Being obviously racist towards everyone but themselves and Caucasians is another really disappointing thing as well. I feel as if there is nothing I can do to fix this, especially since the elders of the mosque rule with an iron fist (like no joke, it's kinda scary tbh). Also, I remember when I was younger, my mother let me dabble with a bit of hair dying (exotic colours and all), as she's very adamant that such things are only culturally inappropriate, not Islamically. Well, it caused quite a bit of heat within the community (I wear hijab, so amongst the females I mean). I can't understand how such a beautiful religion could have such masses of not so nice followers? Sorry for the rant and tangents, I'm not even sure if I made any sense at. Yeah, idk, I'm sick (physically and figuratively).
  4. can someone explain ?? .. I understand that the prophathood was only given to men by Allah , but when it come to imamhood why no female when the imams had daughters along with son ? [Edit] and does shia consider mariam mother of Isa as female prophat , cuz gabral r.a appear to her and give her blessing of Isa , so as someone who got angel appearing to her , do shia consider her to be female prophat ?
  5. Salam, I hope you're all well. I have started to look for places to do my final year medical electives in 2018, as recommended by previous medical students. It is a 8 week block, however we only need to attend a clinical placement for 6 weeks within the block. I'm currently studying in the UK. My major concerns regarding choice of elective placement is safety and discrimination (both islamophobia and anti-shia hate). Plus I'm aware some hospitals may hold a no-hijab policy, so I hope to avoid applying to those. Currently I hope to find a hospital in dearborn or (west of) sydney to apply to, mostly because they hold the largest shia populations. Malaysia and indonesia interest me also, although to a much lesser extent (due to the language barrier). My university has ties to two german universities, so I hope to fall back on those if my application to any of the locations mentioned previously does not succeed. But again, I'm not unsure about hijab policies in Munster unversity and moritz university (greifswald). I understand german completely and with a little jog of the memory I probably will remember how to speak it fluently too. I was wondering wether you could help steer me away from discriminating places/cities and direct me towards safer locations. My choices are not limited to the countries/cities I listed. For instance, I have considered zanzibar too. I have been told it's quite the rewarding experience and sets a strong contrast between medical care in MEDCs and LEDCs. My university has ties to other locations like lisbon (portugal), madrid, cordoba, paris, tokyo, rome, beijing, hong kong etc. The reason why I'm not listing these is due to the lack of interest in the culture AND the language barrier. Although, and to be fair, I do like the japanese culture. But I have been told they don't take kindly to foreigners, or at least don't enjoy seeing them. I hope you can help and thanks for reading =D jazakum Allah kheiran!
  6. I am in the 11th grade, and a brother, and I have a friend at school who is a girl, who is in the 12th grade, and is Muslim, but is not very religious. For instance, she doesn't pray 5 times a day or 3 times a day, and she doesn't fast during Ramadan.....I am wondering if that is haram, because it says in the Qur'an (I forget which verse) "...do not approach zina.." rather than "do not committ zina" and many Muslim preachers and Muslims I know think this is haram....is there really harm in just being friends, or is this not modest?
  7. Some times it gets uncomfortable to walk around when you're a female. i feel like when guys see me or us, they always just think like AH, A WOMEN. Or when i get left alone with a men, i always get scared of whats going to happen, or what is he thinking in his head, But Males cant think that about Females when they're left alone or with bunch of Women's, because they know ladies won't really do anything or think evilly. i kind of feel like we have modesty, & not always get evil thoughts in our heads. Unlike most males. Like, walking around & having males stare at you, can they not lower their gaze, do they know how this poor girl is feeling inside, when getting stared at? They totally don't understand.
  8. Asalam u Alikum, I'm Photographer and my question is that is it permissible to photograph a women in "hijab" or without ,without any lust, If can please provide reference Jazak Allah
  9. Salam All! I'm going to be starting work in August and would like to find some Muslim roommates to share an apartment with. Is anyone in the area/will be moving and will need a place to stay?
  10. Salaam Aleikum Im a shia revert living in North York, Ontario (near Toronto), all the sisters I have met down here at Sunni..are there any Shias that I can go to the Masjid with?? InshAllah we meet someday! D. P.s. i am female*
  11. Assalamu Aleykum, If everyone could pitch in on this post I would be very grateful I would just like to know the differemt opinions of our ulema on male and female friendships. Jazakallah
  12. Salam Dear Brothers and Sisters, This will be my first post on ShiaChat...IA I will be more active here in the future, Ok...So I have come to the conclusion that I am ready for marriage, To indeed confirm my readiness - I read: Selecting a Spouse: The Heavenly Path. It was a good read and It discussed many aspects of relationships, However I face a few obstacles that the book did not discuss-I was hoping some scholars here can help me with them: Obstacle #1) My parents are currently in the worst state of their marriage ever. You name it - it happened: police, physical & verbal fights, court, etc. Since about a few months ago third party interference has died down and now all that remains between them are angry phone calls. They do not live with each other - but they're still married. They are not in the mind set of finding someone for me - they are not even considering looking - nor do I have the heart to ask them to look for it would add to their emotional burden. Obstacle #2) Sexual Frustration: (Please stop reading now if you are not mature enough to handle this subject) I long for intimacy and gratification - this is not just a guy problem - recently its been escalating. I've done harram things which I will have to be punished for - either in this life or the next - and I need to continuously repent for my actions. In addition, because I'm a virgin I cannot undergo temporary marriage. I follow Ayatullah Syed Ali Al-Husaini Seestani. (I've done some things recently that have eased the sexual tension, i.e. exercise. I read about exercise as a form of relief somewhere on this forum and it works.) Obstacle #3) (women will understand this one more than the men) Physical attraction - although it may be verbally disregarded in dialogue about marriage - people see it as something someone should not exclusively look for in a spouse - true but it is nonetheless there - acting as an unconscious gravity. I know that if I want to get a spouse who takes care of his body - I should in turn take care of mine. The obstacle here is my weight, in my mothers paraphrased words: you need to lose weight before you can get engaged. So I've concluded she's right - it hurts - but she's right. She also has mentioned I need to grow my hair. Although there is nothing scholars can say about this issue - I still feel compelled to share it. I'm currently reading more books to increase my readiness: From Marriage to Parenthood: The Heavenly Path, Islamic Laws According to the Fatawa of Seestani, etc. Questions for Scholars: What can I do to find a spouse? Where can I start looking? What services are available for me on this site? On another recommend site? How can I ask Allah for a spouse? I feel ashamed to this - I'm not sure why. All mature comments and questions are welcomed. Was'Salam
  13. To All the Couples who are expecting a Baby..... To All the Parents who have Daughter(s)..... And to All Grandparents hoping for a male grandchild... http://www.islamicinsights.com/news/community-affairs/it-s-a-girl.html Please share with your family & friends esp. those who fall in one of the above groups! Fi Amanillah
  14. AsSalam 3aleikum everyone, I'm a female student who inshallah will start on City Universtiy in London, and need somewhere to live for a year. My questions are if you know of good websites for muslims to find flats/accommodations/halls etc. for rent, or to find muslim flatmates. Or you might know of female muslims who are interested in sharing flat?? Maybe know of someone reliable who's letting, or... Or any advice you'd like to share?? :) Thanks in advance!
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