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Care For Parents

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 11/23/2015 - 17:25

My husbands parents live in Pakistan. My husband and I live in the UK. My husband would like to call his father, step mother and younger brother to live with us. I do not feel comfortable with this.

My husband says it is his obligation to care for his parents which I agree but does this mean they live with us? Please advise?

Is it obligatory for a son to invite his parents and younger brother to live with him when his wife does not wish for this to happen?

Gnosticism/Irfan in Shia Faith

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 10/16/2015 - 03:20

Could an average Muslim/non-scholar Shia learn irfan or do he/she have to be a scholar first?

In Shia irfan are the concepts and realities of waliullah (sainthood) and wadatul wujud (unity/union with Allah) possibilities to be experienced just as in tasawwuf/Sufism?

When a Shia scholar learns irfan is he/she guided by a spiritual guide/sheikh as in Sufism or does he learn irfan from books only?

Is the Shia irfan a secret restricted to certain ones?

Khuda hafiz.

Family Problems

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 10/08/2015 - 02:02

so lightly my parents have been arguing alot since we move and there just arguing about the smallest thing and it gets to bigger topics and then they start talking about everything that wrong with each other and i have to keeo going and trying to solve these arguments i dont know much but infront of me and my siblings it looks like they dont trust each other or even talk these arguments are happening on a daily basis and i try to as much as i can to stop them my relationship with both my mom and dad has improved since we move but they gotten worse to each other they start off small and end

Hawza Education

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 08/18/2015 - 18:52

Asalamualikum.

i want ask that i want to go to hawza in qom for religious studies.My father being shia has given me permission to go.

But my mother being sunni dont want me to go for shia religious studies.she says if you i will never talk to you again.

now can i go for hawza without her will?

Reconnecting With Allah

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 07/18/2015 - 21:24

How can I reconnect with Allah? Born in a muslim family, but my family was not at all religious and I was not either. I made a person I loved my everything, Some say I made me him God. After being with him 6 years, he has completely changed and this is either magic or I like to believe that Allah took him away from me because he wants me to think of him. Please tell me how can I reconnect with Allah. After he left me, I started to pray but only for selfish reasons like wanting to get him back. But now I have lost all hope I know for sure he will never come back.

Women's Responsibilities

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 06/29/2015 - 00:06

Salamun alaykum,

We see women as an oppressed being in the society in such that many people voilate the rights of women by saying they donot have same status as men have.This makes most of the woman to become the victim of inferiority complex and assume themselves as the creatures which are not as much beloved by Allah as men. So it is necessary to aware the women about their capabilities and responsibilities as their responsiblities are only confined to earning money just as men do.

Kindly enlist women responsibilities briefly so that we get clearification??

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