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Bad Days For Marriage etc

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/05/2018 - 16:30

Assalamalykum, I have heard from people that getting married on end of shawwal means 29 shawwal or 30 shawwal is bad because they say , anyone getting married on these day’s their marriage don’t work . Does Islam have any authenticity about it plz advice.


Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 02/27/2018 - 12:33

According to Mulla Sadra's Theory that soul is created corporeally. That is, there exists at first corporeal soulless matter. Then, under certain conditions, soul comes into being gradually through matter and its substantial motion, how do you reconcile this with those hadiths that say that one of the 1st things that Allah swt created was the Souls (or maybe the exact words might be Noor, im not sure which) of Muhammad & Ahl Muhammad s.a.w.a & that it is infact through them that Angels learned how to glorify Allah swt. Jazakallah Kheir for your time.

Evil/Bad Omen

Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 02/25/2018 - 19:00

Salaam, I just want to know about hen crowning (chicken not rooster). What does that mean when hen start crowing like rooster? Is it not good in islamic point of view if not then why...
whats the matter?

Everyone around me tells me that its not good, kill that hen or something bad will happen.
Plz answer my question quickly, as fast as possible. I shall be very thankful to you.

Grave Punishment

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 02/20/2018 - 23:00

Aslam-o-Aleikum, I have a question on Punishment in Grave after death. As its said, Life is a exam and result to be announced on Judgement Day. So how Allah The Most Merciful (Who Loves His People More Than 70 Mothers) Will Punish People Before The Results Of Exam Which to be announced/calculated on Judgement Day?


Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 02/14/2018 - 20:23

Hujjat=proof (after which person is left w/o excuse) How is Imam e Zaman ajtf hujjat if he is hidden? We often hear about necessity of itmam e hujjat, how is it done in ghaibat? We say to Those who do not believe in imamat that allah would not leave mankind without a guide after last prophet but rather appoint some1 who would clear confusions and ikhtelaafaat (as also in a debate by hisham bin hakam (r)). They reply of so how do u explain the absence of an active guide now?


Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 02/06/2018 - 22:00

Salaam Alaykum Our knowledge of islam and history are based on our authentic ahadees and (islamic historians based) history, how do we know these sources are more reliable than academic history which is (as claimed) based on all aspects (including archaeology, all of history not just islamic) etc. Change of source for history would result in major changes in believes, for eg some academic historians favour the ismaili belief, some say that aimmah as gained knowledge from greek philosophers, etc (and they base this stuff on research)


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