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Guys I randomly fell on an article online of a photographer who was in Syria during the latest attack and it just broke my heart. He was there he saw everything the picture of him crying describes the level of horror the country is going through. I feel bad because I am currently bothered about what my life isn't offering me and not giving me what I want whereas they are people and children living hell on earth. I feel like a very selfish person but at the same time, I don't know how to help. Even if I want to give zakat I want to give a good amount but as a student who lives at their parent'
I am hesitant at this, my history with religions has not always been great. I used to go to church, and I honestly always felt sick, because I kept seeing sights of my people being hurt by christianity, and so I my body literally rejected it. I have been working on a book, an accumulation of my life's journey so far. I had made something for myself with it. I then had a dream that I was to speak with a muslim, so I looked for a Islamic community online. A very kind soul and student told me to come to this site, and she helped me navigate through my own understanding and what Islam had to
(salam) I would first like to introduce myself. I am a Palestinian living in America and by definition I would be considered a Sunni Muslim. I want to start this topic because I have heard many different things about the differences in beliefs between Sunni and Shia Muslims. Before I continue I would like to point out that I am not doing this to insult anyone or be judgmental. My only intention is to get some clarification of the differences between Sunni and Shia beliefs. I view each and every-one of you as brothers and sisters and Allah (SWT) is the one and only judge. Here are a few quest
I felt it necessary to type this up for some of my fellow Shia here. First of all, I'd like to state that I mean this not as a personal attack on any particular user here on the forums or towards Muslims who were lucky enough to born into Muslim families and raised as Muslims since birth. I mean well by what I say here and only hope that some of the "Raised Muslim" people and users will see that some attitudes perpetuated by them are causing considerable damage to the iman of reverts and the growth of Islam itself in the long run. People should know that I was not fortunate enough to be raise
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