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Hi there, Today I am writing this blog for advice and help on how I, a 20-year old white girl, can become a 'better' Muslim. I was raised in a white family; none of whom believe in God. Whilst they are usually very understanding, due to the way that media is here, my immediate family are somewhat scared and intimidated by Islam. But I don't want to argue with them, or confront them. I really wish to educate them and let them watch through my own evolution that Islam is not something to fear. I have nobody around me that is Muslim, and I am not really sure where I can find information to educate myself that isn't biased (not to be rude, just a general thought based on my experience with the internet). I am very new to Islam, so I would like to learn as much as possible before I then try to educate those around me. What can I do, and what would you recommend for me to do that would enable to me to learn more about Islam and how to include it into my every day life? Thank you for your time, I really appreciate any feedback you can give me. This is something very close to my heart.
(bismillah) (salam) I was wondering about this for a while. Does Sayed Sistani teach Bahath Kharij? I heard he offers private lesson to his sons and close associates, but I really don't know. If he does not, how would someone who wishes to study directly under him go about doing so? Would there be any way for someone to meet with the Sayed a few times to discuss issues which are regularly discussed in Kharij lectures? Anyway, one can just ask questions days on end. The main thing is does he teach? By the way, who teaches from the pulpit of Sayed Khoei?
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