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  1. In light of the 18th school shooting in the United States this year (and it's only mid-February) I've been seeing a lot of posts on Facebook and Twitter about gun violence and gun laws in the United States. Invariably, someone will assert that the government can't regulate firearms - the Second Amendment to the Constitution forbids it. They need to familiarize themselves with the actual text of the Constitution, not the propaganda. Actually, the second amendment specifically spells out gun control. Note the words "well regulated". Amendment II A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. So who is the regulator? Believe it or not, those foresighted men who wrote and ratified the Bill of Rights covered that too. Amendment X The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. So each state can regulate who can or can not join a militia, or each locality, or if We the People have another idea who should regulate, we can do that too. The point is the militia must be well regulated. The Constitution doesn't spell out anyone's right to protect their home from burglars or to hunt deer or turkeys; to be honest, those probably fall under "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness". The Constitution guarantees your right to join a well regulated militia for the purpose of national defense. It does not guarantee the right of each individual to own and use firearms, any more than it guarantees a right to libel or blackmail with the first amendment. https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/bill-of-rights-transcript
  2. Workers' rights in Islam One of the of workers' rights in Islam is that wage should be determined before starting to work, Suleiman Jafari said: "I was with Imam Reza, (PBUH)i entered Imam's home, he saw the servants are busy while the black worker face is working with them, The Imam Reza asked, "Who is this guy"? The servants said: "We've brought him to help us" He said: " have you set it's wage? They said: "No, he would be satisfied everything be paid to him" The Imam was very angry, I went and said, " My life be sacrificed for you! Why become sad?" He said: " I've prohibited several times from this, unless you first determine wage and pay him Oh Solomon! If a worker does a work without setting specific wage, That's often, If his fees are paid three times, (tripled) yet he deems it's wage is low but, if wages be determined If the amount of it's salary be paid , he is grateful and if you pay little more than it's salary, he understands you have paid more. Kafi, vol. 5, p. 288
  3. 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 ?
  4. As-salamu alaykum, dear brothers and sisters. There is an age-old global stigmatisation surrounding lawyers as being deceptive, immorally corrupt and greedy. As insulting as it may sound, it is worth noting that, like any other fabrication, it is not without its share of truth and falsity. However, like any other profession, the legal profession has been given a bad name due to certain lamentable individuals and their equally lamentable practices. In my humble opinion, however, this profession remains to be amongst the noblest ones. On that note, let me ask you this: What practices are condemned, morally and legally (with sharia and teachings of the Ahlulbyt as the comparative standards ), by Islam for legal practitioners? I would really appreciate if lawyers, judges, academics and law students contribute to this discussion. If possible please share personal experiences. I thank you in advance for taking the trouble of contributing to this discourse. May infinite blessings of Allah shower upon you.
  5. I have recently come across many websites that are dedicated to the awareness of shia genocide by showing the number of crimes being committed against our people, they show where the crime is being commited also the nature of it and the date. http://shiarightswatch.org/ - these guys have sent a letters to the Indonesian embassey concerning the treatment of shia's of indonesia, they also have many publications regarding the shia genocide also many different reports on the genocide and first hand interviews with those who are going through hardships in the places where crimes are being committed against us. http://www.shiamassacre.org/ - these guys have photographic evidence of the horrors being comitted against our people but also have links to other website organizations who are dedicated to helping the massacre be noticed but also help the victims who have suffered. http://shiainternational.org/ver/?keyword=shia%20international - These guys have helped the victims of the pakistani massacres also they have organized many protests against the crimes being committed against, they have also created exile governments of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in Russia. All three of these organizations are doing alot for the shia's who are going through Hell by facing severe oppression, Bombings, rape and plain discrimination, they are making sure that we have a voice that can be heard. I ask all users to visit any one of these websites and join them in helping our brothers and sisters by making sure there suffering is noticed and heard and that something is being done about it. Also if there are anymore organizations then please feel free to post the websites. :)
  6. Salam 'Alaikum Allow me to introduce this page "Sisters In Islam" This page aims to provide the true teaching of Ahlulbayt regarding women issues The speeches of Imam Ali Khamenei, Imam Khomeini regarding women issues The writing of Islamic scholars regarding women issues, the concept of hijab, the importance of modesty etc And inshaallah with all this knowledge and understanding that we may gain from this page, hopefully we can combat all the misconception, superstitious thought, regarding women issues. I have met many who claim to be a Muslim but their level of understanding regarding this issue is very low. As a consequence we tend to suppress/oppress those who are weak without we realize it. And we tend to easily be influenced by the Western perspective on women issues. There are also some pages that presenting the women issue in a very distorted way in the name of Islam. So inshaallah we hope this new page will help to overcome the distorted image of Islam presented by such pages. Therefore my dear brothers and sisters, Kindly help us to promote this page, invite your friends to follow this page, and if any of you have anything beneficial to be shared on this page, please feel free to inform us https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sisters-In-Islam/385767358246015 May Allah bless you all With the prayer of success, FB/Sisters In Islam
  7. what are they, can someone tell me all their rights over children?
  8. Br. Samii asked: Why brothers delay their marriage? Here was my reply. I want to hear what understanding or objection you sisters have on this: My Reason for Delaying: I do not want to be oppressed by women. I'll Marry Only IF: I find a woman who will become my one and only permanent wife, but would also let me happily do 'timed marriages' as many and as often I would want, without creating any fuss and objections, and without disrupting ours and our kids' life. My Rationale (hear me out please): I'm an extrovert person. I've literally hundreds of friends. Many of them are married. The single biggest reason of depression, anxiety, bad marriage life, being detached with family, committing zana in some cases, among MEN is because their wives DO NOT make themselves available sexually as often as they want. Now I don't know if its the lack of libido in women, if its the multi-tasking like they do by raising kids, by taking care of the house, by dropping and picking kids from school, cooking and all that.. which makes them so tired that it does not physically and logistically leave any room for them to make their husbands happy. Don't get me wrong, I'm sympathizing with women because modern lifestyle has made them extremely tied up in all chores that their 18 hours of their day is consumed in it. SO I"M NOT ACCUSING WOMEN. But at the same time, one of the most critical needs of man takes the backseat in this lifestyle. I know men can not function correctly without a recurring and frequent dose of sex. Hence I see so many grumpy friends talking about it in bits and pieces.... and I don't want to be one of them. Bottom line, solution of man grumpiness lies in the mentality of women, yes its physically impossible to make themselves unavailable but at least they can allow their husbands to seek other halal alternatives as long as they don't commit themselves somewhere else permanently. ... I'm not saying men should not work hard. It is men's responsibility to bring food on the table, pay the mortgage, do the car payments, afford the family travels, help out in dishes, help out in cooking, and be able to afford all those expensive international phone calls to all extended family in-laws, and still have enough left to go for yearly family visits and an occasional trip to hajj and Ziaraaat. Now all the young sisters on this forum can get on me, accusing me of all types of conjectures, but those sisters who are already married know what I'm saying... and those who are not married yet can look at their moms and married female siblings to find out if they truly think they would be making themselves available for every other day or every day love making. Objections, Comments, Encouragements, Pointed Attacks, all are welcome! Please speak your mind...
  9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pi9zKM5wotM Please do share for the cause of Hussain (a.s)
  10. Salaam Alaykum everyone. I've been looking through some hadith books and I cant seem to find the rights of a woman in divorce: What I mean by this is... when a woman has asked for a divorce, but her husband is saying he shall never grant her one (he doesn't care about what she's trying to say, and what her wishes are) Then what are her rights according to Ahlul Bayt? Does anyone have hadiths? This is an example of somebody I know, who her husband treats her badly, beating her, disrespecting her etc.. and finally after forgiving as much as she can take, she gives up and begs for a divorce. I'm sorry if this might hurt anyone, I hope somebody can help me inshaAllah find these hadiths. Wa Salaam.
  11. Assalamu Alaykum, I am married for last 4 years but my wife does not full-fill my conjugal Rights (most of the times). Because of this I sometime fall in Sins (may Allah SWT forgives me). I am sure if my wife has the right attitude towards me I can protect myself from Sins. I discussed the same several times with her but this never worked out. I am even thinking to divorce my wife. I cannot currently divorce her until 2 years (or 7 Years recommended based on precaution) because of my new born child. I have tried my best to make good relation with my wife as I always care and respect her. It works some time but when it comes to sex I have no rights and if I insist she usually insults and makes me feel guilty as I have done something wrong. It makes it worse and now I have stopped asking for sex and we haven’t done it for months. I have not discussed this with anybody except my wife but the only solution to this I can see is second marriage that I can easily afford (financially) to protect myself from sins. My main concern is what is obligatory/wajib on me to deal with this situation. If I Can prevent myself is prevention now Wajib on me? This is getting very serious for me now by thinking if I die in this situation (with sins and without protecting myself). I cannot imagine living such life till my death. In our family second marriage is not considered with respect either but I don’t want to care about people as I know I am responsible of my actions alone. I dont know how to deal with my disobedient wife or to this situation. I would greatly appreciate your suggestions. Please advise, Wassalamu Alaykum,
  12. Hi if anyone has anymore info on this topic, share it puhleazzzzz http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anJ9651KwwE Women's Liberation through Islam Today people think that women are liberated in the West and that the women's liberation movement began in the 20th century. Actually, the women's liberation movement was not begun by women but was revealed by God to a man in the seventh century by the name of Muhammad (peace be upon him), who is known as the last Prophet of Islam. The Qur'an and the Traditions of the Prophet (Hadith or Sunnah) are the sources from which every Muslim woman derives her rights and duties. The complete list: http://al-shia.org/html/eng/page.php?id=633&page=1
  13. (bismillah) Are there any ethical books written or lectures given concerning the subject of children's allowance especially non-working studying children. What are the obligations they have on this money and ethics on spending it. Wassalam.
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