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    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    One of my friends kept nagging me to join the Pak Soc and I did eventually. I didn't really see a point tbh, just puts you in a very haram environment. And most events which they planned included dancers + music to fundraise. I didn't fit in too lol



    Yeah sorry I didn't mean it in that way, I know brothers have issues too, the video I posted was aimed at both genders, if you have time, watch it



    But you're a guy.





    Walaykum asalaam.
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    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    One of my friends kept nagging me to join the Pak Soc and I did eventually. I didn't really see a point tbh, just puts you in a very haram environment. And most events which they planned included dancers + music to fundraise. I didn't fit in too lol



    Yeah sorry I didn't mean it in that way, I know brothers have issues too, the video I posted was aimed at both genders, if you have time, watch it



    But you're a guy.





    Walaykum asalaam.
    You okay?
    How did that lecture go? Or I am asking the wrong person? I'm confused.
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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    Is kitab al kafi (If I've written it correctly) the shia version of bukhari or kutub al-sitah (six books of hadith) or something?

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    Yes.
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    I wouldn't take part in making them IRL purely because at some point or another, official soc events will take place which may be accepted by Pakistani culture/society but not by Islam. You might not have a direct hand in creating such events but you'd have had a hand in facilitating a platform on which you knew they would take place. I helped make something like this before and I didn't think it through before starting, eventually came to regret my participation.

    I don't know about the nationalism aspect. You should ask a scholar.
    Too late

    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    One of my friends kept nagging me to join the Pak Soc and I did eventually. I didn't really see a point tbh, just puts you in a very haram environment. And most events which they planned included dancers + music to fundraise. I didn't fit in too lol



    Yeah sorry I didn't mean it in that way, I know brothers have issues too, the video I posted was aimed at both genders, if you have time, watch it



    But you're a guy.





    Walaykum asalaam.
    That's true. Those events are a waste of time.

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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Yes.
    wouldnt the reject most of the hadiths bc they hate the companions :lol:
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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    Is kitab al kafi (If I've written it correctly) the shia version of bukhari or kutub al-sitah (six books of hadith) or something?

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    Salamunalaikum sister,

    I feel as a shia muslim, i am best placed to answer this. Someone else may not give a fair account here.

    The answer would be yes, and no at the same time.

    While it is one of our main books, and one of four key canonical works, we do not call it 'saheeh al kafi'. Therefore, one must be very careful when reading it, and each and every ahadith must be tested through ilm al rijal - the science of hadith, and narrators, to ascertain the reliability.

    If you have anymore questions, feel free to directly PM me. You could alternatively ask it here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4178104
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    JazakAllah Khair, this has made it more clear to me now and I understand what to say regarding the issue

    (Original post by YouHaveProblems)
    Is this for a fact? I watched a video where they said that of course you are allowed to show the head without the hijab before marriage and that some sahaba wanted to see even more
    Yes, we are not allowed to take off our hijab for them:
    http://www.zawaj.com/askbilqis/see-woman-without-hijab/
    https://islamqa.info/en/2572

    Which video did you watch?
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Too late



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    Well we all makes mistakes. Atleast you know for the future.

    (Original post by mkap)
    wouldnt the reject most of the hadiths bc they hate the companions :lol:
    They don't reject all the companions (not that it makes it any less worse).

    Zamestaneh and Boondock Saint can answer you better on this topic. They were actually discussing shia hadith a few pages back.
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    How are you?
    Alhamdulillah well, thanks. You?

    (Original post by ak143244)
    You okay?
    How did that lecture go? Or I am asking the wrong person? I'm confused.
    Alahmdulillah yes I am, thanks for asking.
    I had no lectures today. I went to UoB to meet my friend there. I ended up going to her lecture lol
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    Zamestaneh


    Look above nub.
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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Saw this
    That is terrible! I don't know much about Guinea so I looked it up. It has one of the biggest mosques in Africa paid for by Saudi Arabia but one of the lowest literacy rates in the world. That money should have been spent on schools and teachers. There are more important things that making a big show about worshipping Allah. We praise him better by helping children read.
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    (Original post by guided1)
    That is terrible! I don't know much about Guinea so I looked it up. It has one of the biggest mosques in Africa paid for by Saudi Arabia but one of the lowest literacy rates in the world. That money should have been spent on schools and teachers. There are more important things that making a big show about worshipping Allah. We praise him better by helping children read.
    Building a big mosque doesn't mean that someone is making a big show about worshipping Allah. Gaining secular education is not the equivalent to praising Allah either.
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    (Original post by teenhorrorstory)
    What do you guys think of Habiba Da Silva's hijab line?
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    The scarves look nice but there's other ways to promote them.

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    (Original post by Tawheed)
    Salamunalaikum sister,

    I feel as a shia muslim, i am best placed to answer this. Someone else may not give a fair account here.

    The answer would be yes, and no at the same time.

    While it is one of our main books, and one of four key canonical works, we do not call it 'saheeh al kafi'. Therefore, one must be very careful when reading it, and each and every ahadith must be tested through ilm al rijal - the science of hadith, and narrators, to ascertain the reliability.

    If you have anymore questions, feel free to directly PM me. You could alternatively ask it here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4178104
    BarakAllahu feek.
    This is interesting, so why must you make individual research to ensure the narration is saheeh?
    And also how does it work for you guys like do you take narrations from the sahabah etc..? I'm assuming no, in which case who?

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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    BarakAllahu feeki.
    This is interesting, so why must you make individual research to ensure the narration is saheeh?
    And also how does it work for you guys like do you take narrations from the sahabah etc..? I'm assuming no, in which case who?

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    Tawheed is a brother so BarakAllahu Feek, just in case you didn't know.
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    (Original post by h333)
    Tawheed is a brother so BarakAllahu Feek, just in case you didn't know.
    Wait are you sure? I'm pretty sure he/she told me she was a sister

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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    Wait are you sure? I'm pretty sure he/she told me she was a sister

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    haha when? he is a brother :lol:
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    (Original post by h333)
    haha when? he is a brother :lol:
    Lool you're right shame, I checked a pm and he did in fact say he was a brother.. Thanks for letting me know😂

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    Omd that's scary. I was there same time same place today. Feel sorry for her.

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