Religion

Honour Your Wives

Imam Baqir [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][a] said: “He who takes a woman (marries) should certainly
respect her, because the wife of anyone of you is a means of your pleasure,
so the one who marries a woman should not spoil or disgrace her (by
disregarding her respectable rights).”
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 103, p. 224

Imam Amir ul Mu’mineen Ali [a] said: “In any condition conciliate the
wives, and talk with them warmly and through kind words, thereby, they may
change their actions into good ones.”
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 103, p. 223(g18012007) (w26042007)

The Holy Prophet [s] said: “He who has two wives and does not treat justly
in dividing his self and his wealth between them, he will be raised on the
Resurrection Day while he is chained in punishment and half of his body is
not straight until he enters Hell.”
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 7, p. 214

Imam Musa ibn Ja’far [a] narrated from his father [a] from the Holy
Prophet [s] who said:
“However much the Faith of a man increases, his regard
for women increases.”
Bihar-ul-Anwar, vol. 103, p. 228(09022007)

Imam Amir ul Mu’mineen Ali [a] said: “The worst man is he who restricts
his household.”
Nur-ul-Absar Shablanjy

Imam Sadiq [a] said: “He who abandons marriage for the fear of the
expenses imposed on him, mistrusts Allah, Almighty and Glorious.”
Man La Yahduruhul Faqih, vol. 3, p. 385(g23042007)

Imam Sadiq [a] said that when Uthman ibn Maz’un’s wife announced to the Prophet [s] that her husband was always busy fasting and praying day and night without paying attention to his life and wife, the Prophet [s] went unto his house and found him praying. When ‘Uthman finished his prayer, the Messenger of Allah [s] said: “O’ ‘Uthman, Allah has not sent me for monkery but appointed me for a fluent, easy religion (which protects the rights of
the body and soul). I fast, keep up prayers, and associate with my family.
Then, he who likes my way and my creed, must follow my way of life, my Sunnah; and, verily, marriage is of my Sunnah.”
AI-Kafi, vol. 5, p.494 (06112007)

The Holy Prophet [s] said: “There is no (believing) woman who gives her
husband a glass of water but it will be rewarded her better than the worship
of one year during which she fasts on days and keeps vigil during the
nights.”
Wasa’il-ush Shi’ah, vol. 20, p. 172 (20062008)

Imam Amir ul Mu’mineen Ali [a] said: “The Jihad (fighting in the way of
Allah) of a woman is to afford pleasant company to her husband.”
Nahjul-Balagha, saying No. 494 (26072008)[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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Afghans chase off women law protesters

BBC News / Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Dozens of Afghan women who tried to protest against a new law they say legalises rape within marriage have been attacked in the capital, Kabul.
Police intervened after supporters of the law threw stones at the women and tried to seize their banners.
The law was signed by President Hamid Karzai but is currently being reviewed after criticism from abroad.
Its most controversial article says a woman must make herself available for sex with her husband when he desires.
The law’s defenders say it actually protects the rights of women.

‘Revisit and overturn’
Thursday’s demonstration took place outside a religious centre run by a cleric who helped draft the law which is aimed at Afghanistan’s Shia minority.
“We actually see it as a law that is limiting women’s rights… We all stand against this law, we want a reform of the law, we want a revisit of it and overturn of it,” one of the protesters, Sima Ghani, told the BBC.
Another protester said the new law was reminiscent of the worst excesses against women during the Taleban’s rule of Afghanistan which ended in 2001.
President Karzai ordered an urgent review of the law – which he says has been misinterpreted by Western journalists – earlier this month.
It has been criticised by US President Barack Obama, the UN and Nato chief Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, who said it went against the values of his troops.
Aides to President Karzai insist that the law in fact provides more protection for women.
Some women on Wednesday staged counter-demonstrations in support of the law, insisting that the legislation stops women from being harmed.
“Muslim women have rights which are stated for them in the Koran, not rights that other countries set for them. We want the rights which have been set according to Islam,” one of them told the BBC.
Among the law’s provisions are that

• wives are obliged to have sexual relations with their husbands at least once every four days
• women cannot leave home without their husband’s permission

Critics say the law limits the rights of women from the Shia minority and authorizes rape within marriage.
The law covers members of Afghanistan’s Shia minority, who make up 10% of the population. A separate family law for the Sunni majority is also being drawn up.

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Media blackout on Parachinar Shia killings

Leading Pakistani scholars strongly condemn the ‘western media censor-policy’ over the Shia Muslim killings in the northwestern city of Parachinar.
Political experts and religious scholars, attending a summit in the Iranian city of Qom, emphasized on the necessity to launch a regional media campaign to raise global awareness about the issue.

The summit held in Iranian city of Qom under the banner “Holocaust of Shias in Parachinar,” came in the wake of the killings of hundreds of Shia community-members over the past six months in Parachinar and Hangu.
Pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda-linked militants, who are reportedly behind the killings, have imposed an economic blockade against the Shia-dominated population areas.
The frequent incidents have raised concerns among human rights group, while moderate Pakistani Sunni groups have described the issue as a conspiracy against the country.
Taliban leaders, who were toppled in the 2001 US-led invasion of Afghanistan, took refuge to tribal regions in Pakistan and rapidly began to extend heir influence from tribes to major towns and cities.
The pro-Taliban anti-Shia groups have launched a violent campaign against the Shia Muslims, and are stretching the campaign toward the restive southwestern Pakistan as well.
Quetta, the capital of Pakistan’s restive southwestern Balochistan province has witnessed several instances of violence directed against the Hazara Shia community in recent months.
Several Shia religious gatherings have also been targeted in central province of Punjab over the past some months.
Tehran has repeatedly cautioned Islamabad over the ‘silent massacre’ of its Shia community by the Taliban in the country. “The incidents that have occurred against Pakistan’s Shia community are a plot to create conflict between the region’s Sunni and Shia population,” said Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.
“We have warned Islamabad over the incidents and we will follow up on the matter,” he added.
Shia sources say they make up one-third of Pakistan’s population of nearly 160 million. Since the 1980s, thousands of people have been killed in sectarian-related incidents in Pakistan.
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=87555

Ayatollah Naser Makarem-Shirazi, one of the top ranking Maraje’ Taqlid in
Hawzah al-’Ilmiyah Qom, said:
“Taleban, al-Qa’edah and extremist Wahhabis have committed a massacre in
Parachinar Pakistan that is worse than Gaza. They have beheaded 600 hundred
people, cut off hands of women and children.
Why is the Pakistan government sitting idle and watching this happen? Is
Parachinar not part of Pakistan? Pakistan government, which has a duty to
defend its people, is not helping its own people and genocide is taking
place before its eyes.
Just as we raised our voices loudly about the crimes the people of Gaza, we
should also scream and yell in support of people of Parachinar because
Foreign Ministry and Official Media have remained silent and do not speak
about these inhuman acts.
Foreign Ministry must awaken the international organizations to these
tragedies and demand from them to send teams to investigate the crimes
committed in Parachinar.
It has been 10 months that the area of Parachinar has been besieged and
permission has not been granted to deliver food and medicines.”

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Prayer Timing (Čas motlitby)

The time of prayer according to Qur’an and the life of Prophet, witnessed by Ahlul Bayt & other sources. (Saheehul Bukhari – Ibn Abbas said that the Prophet (SAW) prayed in Medina seven Rakaat and Eight Rakat; In Saheehul Bukhari from Ibn Abbas that the Prophet prayed Zohr and Asr together and Maghrib and Isha together, without any cause for fear or travelling. Ibn Abbas was asked why, He replied: The Prophet did not want to cause difficulty far his Ummah; etc.).
It is permissable to combine Zohr & Asr prayer, and Maghrib & Isha prayer together. Fajr shall be always a standalone prayer.

Načasování povinných motliteb dle Koránu, Proroka Muhammada, dosvědčeno Ahlul Bayt (rodinou proroka) a dalšími prameny. (Saleehul Bukhari – Ibn Abbas řekl, že Prorok (SAW) se v Medině modlil sedm rak’at a osm rak’at; v Saleehul Bukhari, Ibn Abbas byl svědkem, jak se Prorok modlí Zohr a Asr dohromady, a Maghrib a Isha dohromady, bez zjevného důvodu v cestování či ve strachu {z nebezpečí}. Ibn Abbas byl tázán proč, a odpověděl: Prorok nechtěl působit těžkosti daleko od své Ummah {komunity, národa}, atd.).
Je povoleno kombinovat dohromady Zohr a Asr, Maghrib a Isha motlitbu. Fajr je vždy motlitbou, jež se provádí samostatně.

More about combining prayers are the right timing.
Více o spojování motliteb a správném čase pro motlitbu (v angličtině).

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Maghrib Prayer / Motlitba

I’m offering three raka’ts of the Maghrib prayer, Qurbatan Elallah.
Nabízím tři rak’at Maghrib motlitby, Qurbatan Elallah.


1st Rak’at

Allāhu Akbar.

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad.

Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Bay Hawlillahay Wa Qūwatayhī Aqūmu Wa Aqūd.


2nd Rak’at

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad

Allāhu Akbar.

Rabbana `Aatayna Fi-Dunya Hasanataw Wa Fil `Aakheratay Hasanataw Wa Qena Azaban Nar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Ash-Hadu An-La-Illāha Illal-Lāhu Wahdāhu La-Shārika-Lah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu Wa Rasūluh-Allāh-Huma Salli’Ala Muhammadin Wa Aāle Muhammad.

Bay Hawlillahay Wa Qūwatayhī Aqūmu Wa Aqūd.


3rd Rak’at

Subhanallāhi Wal-Hamdu-Lillāhi Wa La-Illāha-Lallāhu Wallāhu Akbar.
Subhanallāhi Wal-Hamdu-Lillāhi Wa La-Illāha-Lallāhu Wallāhu Akbar.
Subhanallāhi Wal-Hamdu-Lillāhi Wa La-Illāha-Lallāhu Wallāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Ash-Hadu An-La-Illāha Illal-Lāhu Wahdāhu La-Shārika-Lah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu Wa Rasūluh-Allāh-Huma Salli’Ala Muhammadin Wa Aāle Muhammad.

As-Salāmu `Alayka Ayyūhan Nābiyu Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.
As-Salāmu `Alayna Wa A’la `Ibadīl-Lahis Swalihīn.
As-Salāmu `Alaykum Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.

Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.

(Place for Du’a.)

Based on Fatwas of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Husaini Sistani.
Založeno na fatwách Ctihodného Ajatolláha Ali Husaini Sistaniho.

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Dawn prayer / Ranní motlitba

I’m offering two raka’ts of the dawn prayer, Qurbatan Elallah.
Nabízím dvě rak’at ranní motlitby, Qurbatan Elallah.


1st Rak’at

Allāhu Akbar.

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad.

Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Bay Hawlillahay Wa Qūwatayhī Aqūmu Wa Aqūd.


2nd Rak’at

Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Al-Ĥamdu Lillāhi Rabbi Al-`Ālamīn
Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Māliki Yawmi Ad-Dīn
‘Īyāka Na`budu Wa ‘Īyāka Nasta`īn
Ahdinā Aş-Şirāţa Al-Mustaqīm
Şirāţa Al-Ladhīna ‘An`amta `Alayhim Ghayri Al-Maghđūbi `Alayhim Wa Lā Ađ-Đāllīn
Bismi Allāhi Ar-Raĥmāni Ar-Raĥīm
Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥad
Allāhu Aş-Şamad
Lam Yalid Wa Lam Yūlad
Walam Yakun Lahu Kufūwan ‘Aĥad

Allāhu Akbar.

Rabbana `Aatayna Fi-Dunya Hasanataw Wa Fil `Aakheratay Hasanataw Wa Qena Azaban Nar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal ‘Azimi Wa Bi-Hamdih.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Subhāna Rabbi-yal A’la Wa Bi-Hamdih.
Allāhu Akbar.

Ash-Hadu An-La-Illāha Illal-Lāhu Wahdāhu La-Shārika-Lah, Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu Wa Rasūluh-Allāh-Huma Salli’Ala Muhammadin Wa Aāle Muhammad.
As-Salāmu `Alayka Ayyūhan Nābiyu Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.
As-Salāmu `Alayna Wa A’la `Ibadīl-Lahis Swalihīn.
As-Salāmu `Alaykum Wa Rahmatullāhi Wa Barakātuh.

Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.
Allāhu Akbar.

(Place for Du’a.)


Based on Fatwas of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Husaini Sistani.
Založeno na fatwách Ctihodného Ajatolláha Ali Husaini Sistaniho.

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