Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  572  -  Miscellaneous
Assalamun Alaykum Aga ! Lebanon Ke Ayatullah Fadhlullah ke bare me apka kya nazarya hai ? Kya wo shia nahi the ? mene suna hai ke wo dua e tawassul aur ziarat e ashura ko authentic nahi mante the. What is your point of view ?
Answer:-  Du'a Tawassul and Ziyarat Ashura are very authentic according to all Shia scholars and according to most authentic sources.
Mohammad al-Musawi
Question ID  571  -  Miscellaneous
Salam un Alaikum, I sent this question about a week ago but I didn't receive any answer, so I am sending it again, please reply as soon as possible, Jazak Allah, My Queston: I was wondering if you could help me in clearing the facts about the continuation of generations after Hazrat Adam as and his children..with who were married daughters and sons of Prophet Adam? and How did the future generations continue?? please give the Shia view on this issue in some detail with references because I am stuck in a debate on this issue with a Sunni brother.

The authentic evidences from the Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) and his holy Progen=
y (Ahlul Bayt (AS), confirm that no marriage took place at all between real b=
rothers with their real sisters , but Allah (SWT) sent to them from the Para=
dise spouses for marriage.=20
The claim that children of Adam married their real sisters is the claim of Z=
oroastrians and the enemies of the Prophets and many Muslims who don't care t=
o insult the prophets, while the authentic Hadeeths narrated by Ahlul Bayt (=
AS) refute this false allegation and confirms the pure origin of the human b=
Mohammad al-Musawi
Question ID  566  -  Miscellaneous
Salaam Mum Ale Kum, By the grace of Allah our family InshaAllah would welcome a new born in the family next month. Can you please tell me the religious rules to follow for parents, following the birth of a child Was_Salaam
Answer:-  I recommend you read Chapter 8 From Marriage to Parenthood The Heavenly Path, the book is available on
Question ID  565  -  Miscellaneous
Me n my wife r married for the last 7 years n still have ni kids . We want to adopt a child . We want to know about the islamic orders for the adoption n about that how much share will he have in our property. We live in saudi arabia and we want to adopt from PAKISTAN . We want to know is there any center there from where we can get a baby who belongs to shia family n new born also. Plzz do reply we r anxiously waiting
Answer:-  It is good to take a poor child and look after him, but you are not allowed
to deprive the child from his real family name or his real parents name. If
adoption means giving the child your own family name and your own name as a
father, then it is forbidden in Islam, because no one has right to deprive
any one from his real family name and his real father's name.
If you want to look after a child from Pakistan preserving his parents' and
family name, then you may contact any trusted person in that country to
assist you.
You and your wife may repeat Istighfaar (ASTAGHFIRULLAH RABBI WA ATOOBU
ELAYH) as many times as you can, because it has great effect on having
children as it is mentioned in Quran.=C7=D3=FA=CA=F3=DB=FA=DD=F6=D1=F5=E6=
=C7 =D1=F3=C8=F8=F3=DF=F5=E3=FA =C5=F6=E4=F8=F3=E5=F5 =DF=F3=C7=E4=F3
=DB=F3=DD=F8=F3=C7=D1=F0=C7 (10) [=E4=E6=CD/10]
Mohammad al-Musawi

Question ID  562  -  Miscellaneous mother in law has advised me not to visit my cousin's baby till her (babys)navel outer part get detached from her body as i am breast feeding my there any misfortune will come to us if we do so?
Answer:-  No origin at all and no evidence what so ever to support such claims. You
should not listen to such things.

Mohammad al-Musawi

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