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  1. I know the method of doing Istibra after relieving myself. It might sound gross but I'll describe it anyway. First after urinating, one pulls upwards thrice from the anus to the scrotum with the middle finger of the left hand. Then by placing the left forefinger on the top and the thumb below the penis, squeeze from the root to the tip. And then press the tip thrice. But here's the problem. The first part where we pull upwards thrice from anus to scrotum, it is hard for me to do somehow and as a result it has become an obsession and I end up taking more than half an hour in the washroom. Can I just skip this part and do the squeezing part??? I have OCD by the way.
  2. The Holy Quran mentions about the Racism: O mankind! Indeed, We created you from a male and a female and made you nations and tribes that you may identify yourselves with one another. Indeed, the noblest of you in the sight of Allah is the most God wary among you. Indeed, Allah is all-knowing, all-aware (49:13). "The issue of equality between all human beings, opposition to any type of racial, ancestral and class discrimination, fairness between all the children of Adam in relation to human rights and that no person is better than another due to his skin color, language, lineage or race - is one of the most important societal issues in the Qur’an which has been mentioned in various verses of this Heavenly Book. The Qur’an has denounced all sorts of superiority - whether it be of race, language, or skin color." Likewise, Prophet Muhammad ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) & HP) says: Surely all of mankind – from the time of Adam until our time – are like the teeth of a comb (all equal to one another) and there is no greatness for an `Arab over a non-`Arab and no greatness for a red-skinned person over a black-skinned person, except due to one’s consciousness of Allah (taqwa).” There are numerous verses in the Holy Quran and the teachings of the Holy Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) & HP) that invite human beings towards brotherhood and equality. Throughout his life, the Holy Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) & HP) taught people that all humans are one and the only difference that exists is in their God-wariness as mentioned in verse 13 of Surah Hujarat. We learn from the Holy Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) & HP) and the Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) that Islam has established equality for the entire human race and struck at the very root of all distinctions based on color, race, language or nationality. According to Islam, Allah has given man this right of equality as a birthright. Thus, no man should be discriminated against on the basis of the color of his skin, his place of birth, his race or the nation in which he was born. Apart from conveying the pure teachings of Islam, the Holy Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) &HP) was also able to rouse hope in the hearts of the poor and the downtrodden section of his society. In many instances within his practical life, he was successful in eliminating bigotry and racism that was surrounding him. In order for him to reach his aim of equality between all human beings, he married the daughter of his uncle to a slave named Zaid. In addition, he gave Bilal, who was both a non-`Arab and an African slave (at one point in his life), the important religious post of being the Muaddhin, the one who calls to prayer. He also convinced Ziyad ibn Labid who was one of the richest and noblest men from amongst the Ansar to marry his daughter to an African slave named Jubair. This marriage between a nobleman's daughter and a slave, was the beginning of many such marriages that broke mental and social barriers among the followers of Islam. Islam is a practical example of how human beings and societies can fight racial discrimination and create a society based on unity and brotherhood. Martyr Malcolm X Talks about Racism in Hajj The annual ritual of Hajj is an outstanding display of beauty and splendor among the followers of Islam and it is this very beauty of Islam that inspired (Martyr) Malcolm X to write the following letter after he made his first Hajj: "Never have I witnessed such sincere hospitality and overwhelming spirit of true brotherhood as is practiced by people of all colors and races here in this ancient Holy Land, the home of Abraham, Muhammad and all the other prophets of the Holy Scriptures. For the past week, I have been utterly speechless and spellbound by the graciousness I see displayed all around me by people of all colors.....There were tens of thousands of pilgrims, from all over the world. They were of all colors, from blue-eyed blondes to black-skinned Africans. But we were all participating in the same ritual, displaying a spirit of unity and brotherhood that my experiences in America had led me to believe never could exist between the white and the non-white. You may be shocked by these words coming from me. But on this pilgrimage, what I have seen, and experienced, has forced me to rearrange much of my thought-patterns previously held, and to toss aside some of my previous conclusions. This was not too difficult for me. Despite my firm convictions, I have been always a man who tries to face facts, and to accept the reality of life as new experience and new knowledge unfolds it. I have always kept an open mind, which is necessary to the flexibility that must go hand in hand with every form of intelligent search for truth. During the past eleven days here in the Muslim world, I have eaten from the same plate, drunk from the same glass and slept in the same bed (or on the same rug)-while praying to the same Allah with fellow Muslims, whose eyes were the bluest of the blue, whose hair was the blondest of blond, and whose skin was the whitest of white. And in the words and in the actions and in the deeds of the ‘white' Muslims, I felt the same sincerity that I felt among the black African Muslims of Nigeria, Sudan and Ghana. We are truly all the same-brothers. All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the worlds." Conclusion: The Holy Quran tells us: "Certainly, We have honored the Children of Adam, and carried them over land and sea, and provided them with all the good things, and preferred them with a complete preference over many of those We have created." (17:70) The Holy Quran teaches us that Islam lays down some rights for man as a human being. Every man whether he belongs to one country or the other, whether he is a believer or a non-believer, whether he lives in forest or desert, whatever be the case, he has some basic human rights simply because he is a human being, which should be recognized by every human being. Today, the world is struggling to come to terms with equality in true sense. Racial discrimination continues to be a challenge, even for the most developed nations. However, Islam has shown the way to fight racial discrimination and create a society based on amity, love and unity. InshaAllah, the world will very soon realize that the only solution to racism lies in following Islam.
  3. Rights of one momin towards another momin: According to a reliable tradition, Mu'alla Ibne Khunais inquired of Hazrat Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.) the right of one muslim over another muslim. The Imam (a.s.) answered that there were seven rights and all of them were compulsory and ignoring even one of these is disobeying God and the cause of loosing Almighty's friendship. Mu'alla asked what were those rights. The Imam (a.s.) replied that he was afraid that even after gaining their knowledge Mu'alla may be unable to practice them. When Mu'alla begged him many times, the Imam (a.s.) answered that the first and the easiest right is that: a) One should select that thing for another muslim which one likes as well as desires for oneself and not to select that thing for a fellow muslim which one does not desire for oneself To seek safety from anger of fellow-muslim and to keep him happy and to carry out his orders and legitimate wishes c) To help him during life, with tongue, hand and feet d) To act as a mirror for him and to be his guide e) If he is hungry, one should not eat without him, if he is thirsty one should not have water without him and if he is without dress, one should clothe him before one dresses oneself f) If one has a servant, one should make him wash his clothes, cook his food and make his bed g) If he has ordered you some work, you should do it; if he has asked you at his place for a meal, you should accept it; if he falls ill, you should visit him and if he dies, you should be present during his last rites and if you know him to be in need, you should offer assistance even before he requests you for it and these actions will give rise to love between you and the fellow-muslim In another reliable tradition it is stated that one who believes in Almighty God and the Day of Judgement should fulfill his obligations. It is stated from Imam Mohammed Baqir (a.s.) that you should make friends with fellow-muslims and desire that thing for them which you like for yourself and not to desire that thing for him which you do not desire for yourself. If you need anything, ask him and when he asks you for something, give him and if there is some good news you need not hide it from him. At the time of need, help him that he may help you when you are in need. Respect him behind his back and when he returns from a journey, you should visit him and respect and honour him in all circumstances and not seek separation. If he is angry with you, do not become aloof until the misunderstanding is cleared. If God blesses him with some reward, thank God and if some curse descends on him, be more kind and loving to him than before. According to a reliable tradition from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.), a person who gets up in the morning with no care about the work of any musalman then he is not a muslim. If a person hears another muslim begging for help and ignores him instead of helping him, then also he is not a muslim. The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) stated that he loved that person most, by whom the people are greatly benefitted. Further, the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) has stated that heaven becomes obligatory on that person who save muslims from the harm that can be caused by fire or water. According to Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.), the following are the obligations of a momin towards another: a) He should be a real friend to him He should not love his possessions more than his friend c) He should care for another momin's children when he goes on a journey d) If anyone is being cruel to another momin, he should help the momin e) If another momin is not present, he should take his share and keep it for him f) If another momin dies, he should pay his respects to the momin's grave often g) He should not be cruel to another momin, neither deceive him nor he should misuse the confidence placed in him h) He should not speak with him about something which he dislikes and if he misbehaves (uses bad words) with him, then he will lose his friendship i) If he names another as his enemy, then he will turn a kafir (non-believer), for if the one who says as such is a liar, then he himself is a non-believer and if he is saying the truth, then the other person is a kafir. If one blames another wrongly, then the one who blames will lose faith as salt melts in water. According to a reliable tradition, Mu'alla Ibne Khunais inquired of Hazrat Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.) the right of one muslim over another muslim. The Imam (a.s.) answered that there were seven rights and all of them were compulsory and ignoring even one of these is disobeying God and the cause of loosing Almighty's friendship. Mu'alla asked what were those rights. The Imam (a.s.) replied that he was afraid that even after gaining their knowledge Mu'alla may be unable to practice them. When Mu'alla begged him many times, the Imam (a.s.) answered that the first and the easiest right is that: a) One should select that thing for another muslim which one likes as well as desires for oneself and not to select that thing for a fellow muslim which one does not desire for oneself To seek safety from anger of fellow-muslim and to keep him happy and to carry out his orders and legitimate wishes c) To help him during life, with tongue, hand and feet d) To act as a mirror for him and to be his guide e) If he is hungry, one should not eat without him, if he is thirsty one should not have water without him and if he is without dress, one should clothe him before one dresses oneself f) If one has a servant, one should make him wash his clothes, cook his food and make his bed g) If he has ordered you some work, you should do it; if he has asked you at his place for a meal, you should accept it; if he falls ill, you should visit him and if he dies, you should be present during his last rites and if you know him to be in need, you should offer assistance even before he requests you for it and these actions will give rise to love between you and the fellow-muslim In another reliable tradition it is stated that one who believes in Almighty God and the Day of Judgement should fulfill his obligations. It is stated from Imam Mohammed Baqir (a.s.) that you should make friends with fellow-muslims and desire that thing for them which you like for yourself and not to desire that thing for him which you do not desire for yourself. If you need anything, ask him and when he asks you for something, give him and if there is some good news you need not hide it from him. At the time of need, help him that he may help you when you are in need. Respect him behind his back and when he returns from a journey, you should visit him and respect and honour him in all circumstances and not seek separation. If he is angry with you, do not become aloof until the misunderstanding is cleared. If God blesses him with some reward, thank God and if some curse descends on him, be more kind and loving to him than before. According to a reliable tradition from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.), a person who gets up in the morning with no care about the work of any musalman then he is not a muslim. If a person hears another muslim begging for help and ignores him instead of helping him, then also he is not a muslim. The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) stated that he loved that person most, by whom the people are greatly benefitted. Further, the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) has stated that heaven becomes obligatory on that person who save muslims from the harm that can be caused by fire or water. According to Imam Ja'far-e-Sadiq (a.s.), the following are the obligations of a momin towards another: a) He should be a real friend to him He should not love his possessions more than his friend c) He should care for another momin's children when he goes on a journey d) If anyone is being cruel to another momin, he should help the momin e) If another momin is not present, he should take his share and keep it for him f) If another momin dies, he should pay his respects to the momin's grave often g) He should not be cruel to another momin, neither deceive him nor he should misuse the confidence placed in him h) He should not speak with him about something which he dislikes and if he misbehaves (uses bad words) with him, then he will lose his friendship i) If he names another as his enemy, then he will turn a kafir (non-believer), for if the one who says as such is a liar, then he himself is a non-believer and if he is saying the truth, then the other person is a kafir. If one blames another wrongly, then the one who blames will lose faith as salt melts in water.
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