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Started by aa1234779, December 20, 2018, 04:40 AM
Quote from: aa1234779 on December 26, 2018, 02:04 PMWhether atheism is a belief (or belief system) or a religion, there is a god that atheists worship imho that is one's self and ideas.
Quote from: aa1234779 on December 26, 2018, 02:04 PMAtheism led communists to be inhumane because they hold the values of Marx, Lennon, Stalin, Mao, and others to be holy even if they claim otherwise.
Quote from: aa1234779 on December 26, 2018, 02:04 PMI believe as many other Muslims do that not all atheists are evil, Allah says in the Quran: "They aren't alike" as to Jews & Christians and the same goes for all other faiths including atheists & Muslims who are not an exception as evil exists in humanity in general.
Quote from: aa1234779 on December 26, 2018, 02:04 PMAlthough I'm openly against nudity.
Quote from: aa1234779 on December 26, 2018, 02:04 PMI say this even though I was bullied on a daily basis, made fun of my accent, told to go back to my country many many times.As to the slogan "Freedom & Justice for all" I believe in that as a principle that all humanity should adopt, not the American way of implementation though, being an evil imperialist superpower that bullies other nations & imposes tyrants upon them in the disguise of "policeman of the world".
Quote from: aa1234779 on December 26, 2018, 02:04 PMAnd maybe if I come to San Antonio one day, I'll watch a Spurs game with you if you attend basketball games.
Quote from: humbert on April 05, 2019, 07:06 AMaa1234779 -> I have a question. As far as I know, Islam has no "command structure" - there are no bishops, no priests, no ministers, no rabbis etc. What then is an Imam? Is he just somebody who maintains a mosque, or a teacher, or what? Also, how does an Imam become an Imam?
QuoteAlso, how does a marriage ceremony work in Islam? I ask because in Christianity and Judaism it involves the use of a priest, minister or rabbi. Nothing like that in Islam (correct me if I'm wrong).
Quote from: humbert on April 09, 2019, 07:03 AMThanks for replying. Keep in mind you're the one doing me a favor by responding.
QuoteYou mentioned 2 great emams who were nominated by their peers because of the knowledge and dedication. Does this mean there are no living emams in Sunni Islam? Or are there more scattered around, perhaps teaching at at Madrassah? BTW, did you attend a Madrassah yourself?
QuoteWith respect to marriage:1) What is the role of a guardian for a woman and why do you believe one is needed? Does the guardian have to be a man?
Quote2) Man married his relative?? I'm confused.
Quote3) Acceptance from the man? Isn't he the one who usually proposes marriage to the woman, and even more so in male-dominant societies?
Quote4) I'm not clear about what your definition of "dowry" is. I'm under the impression a dowry is something a man pays the woman's family for her hand in marriage, almost like a purchase. This may not be what you're referring to.
Quote5) As for making the marriage announced, does this mean there is no ceremony? It's a simple matter of moving in together, making a few phone calls and telling everyone, nothing else?
QuoteDoes this also mean you can get unmarried in the same way?
QuoteJust trying to understand.
Quote from: aa1234779 on April 11, 2019, 08:43 AMThe role of the guardian is accepting the man to be a husband of his female family member.Women can be swain by unworthy men as we all know, more likely than men to be by unworthy women. If a man is immorally fit, the guardian is supposed to decline. If the guardian forbids his female relative from marriage or is unfit for any reason, the justice system should take care of that, and the judge become the guardian.
Quote from: aa1234779 on April 11, 2019, 08:43 AMYes, it's anything owned by the man that he gives to his wife to be married to her.It shouldn't go to her family, it's hers to keep, unless she gives by choice. It's not a purchase in anyway. It's a woman's right in Islam.
Quote from: aa1234779 on April 11, 2019, 08:43 AMThis is the legal side in Islam, and different Islamic cultures have their own types of ceremonies. Divorce in Islam is a whole other story. It's complicated to explain.