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Rabz Anjie

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About Rabz Anjie

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  • Birthday 10/16/1992

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    Lahore, PK
  • Interests
    I like to a do a couple of things. I like to write, sing, play, daydream, use the computer, travel, contemplate, and definitely being childish. I'm a student but not a very hardworking one, I'm surviving merely because of Allah's will. :)
  1. Your Religion

    Excuse me? :sl: Like honestly? Have you studied the basic model of science? No one knows how NDEs happen, no weather forecast can be accurate as ever--and isn't that a weakness, then? If soul is outside the realm of science, then science has failed to explain it and that's where you can no longer look up to it. You're just rejecting whatever science cannot explain. How do you explain 'life'? Man cannot create life even knowing the constituents of the cells. How did the Tsunami occur and we couldn't tell? How does the radioactive atoms have instability of energy so randomly? How did the world actually happen (Big Bang Theory is still pretty short on details, hm?)? How are animals preordained to walk and sometimes, mate? When science cannot answer these few question it is limited, not religion. You seem to know little about science. Hypothesis is a part of science and much of our science work is still hypothesis (e.g. believing phagocytes in the blood engulf other dead phagocytes). Yet, we study it and spread it because it is possible. I gave you a hypothesis and it could be, or not be, correct. If we go back and time and check it out, why not? Burraq is the animal the Prophet :no: rode upon during his ascension to the heavens. It's a miracle because there is no animal we know who can travel so fast and having a normal man like him acquire such an animal is indeed a miracle. Electromagnetic waves travel by speed of light. And they are frequently used in our day-to-day lives. (IR Rays, UV Rays, Gamma rays, X-rays, etc) Then you obviously haven't read the Qura'n. I have studied Science because I'm a student of it, and I know that half the things are pointless but when I read it in the context of the Qura'n, I not only strengthen my belief, I am able to see the value of what I'm reading. Science only explains what is tangible and only what it can reach. Islam loves knowledge and is the best knowledge and learning of all. I have learned far more of life sciences from my religion from Islam than from any other book. My purpose is not to argue with you but to tell you what is. I cannot guide nor misguide you, it is between you and Allah whether you have faith or not. Explanation the human mind thirsts is not knowing how things happen, but why. Islam gives you many of the reasons for life and its related spheres, so don't wander in restless questions which have nothing to do with salvation. May Allah guide us all. :sl:
  2. Your Religion

    So you're saying that Buddhism is more logical than Islam despite its entire background and the stories connected to it? And you're saying that the fact that Qura'n has vast miraculous proofs that it is the word of God, as it prophesies and identifies certain phenomena one could never know 1400 years ago, are useless and basically pointless? It seems like you're making excuses to reject Islam. There are MANY things science cannot prove and are beyond its scope. Near-death experiences, weather forecasts (yes, no one can tell 100% the likelihood of rain), occurrence of death, 'soul and life' and all those fancy terms. You say how can Jesus breath life into clay? Here's a 'scientific' reply. The molecules of silicon dioxide might've been caused to become eccentric, the proton-electron ratio disturbed causing the matter inside to change completely. Yes, its as simple as that--change the proton number and you change the atom, and in essence the substance. Breath in a spiff of electrical charge (which is riding in the air, mind you) and adrenaline (another chemical, easy to make) and voila, a living bird. Here's the miracle; you can't do all of this perfectly under human conditions. Here's where God can whip up 'science'. I'm NOT AT ALL saying this happened, I'm just giving you a scenario. You want to know some miracles explained? The flight of the Prophet :sl: on Burraq, a fast animal which allowed him to pass through dimensions is proven through science. It is determined that if one travels by speed of light, they can break the bonds of time and space. That is the Mir'aj--a miracle, a scientific theory, one in all. Religion is not science; but religion supports science. There are many things you and I cannot prove, because God is above us all. You can reject religion because it doesn't explain everything; someone can accept religion because it explains one thing. Faith is inside our hearts, don't say God isn't there so He hasn't enlightened you. If you really seek truth it will come to you. "As to those who reject Faith, it is the same to them whether thou warn them or do not warn them; they will not believe." (2:6) "Of them there are some who (pretend to) listen to thee; but We have thrown veils on their hearts, So they understand it not, and deafness in their ears; if they saw every one of the signs, not they will believe in them; in so much that when they come to thee, they (but) dispute with thee; the Unbelievers say: 'These are nothing but tales of the ancients.'" (6:25) "they swear their strongest oaths by Allah, that if a (special) sign came to them, by it they would believe. Say: 'Certainly (all) signs are in the power of Allah.' but what will make you (Muslims) realize that (even) if (special) signs came, they will not believe? We (too) shall turn to (confusion) their hearts and their eyes, even as they refused to believe in this in the first instance: We shall leave them in their trespasses, to wander in distraction. Even if We did send unto them angels, and the dead did speak unto them, and We gathered together all things before their very eyes, they are not the ones to believe, unless it is in Allah’s plan. But most of them ignore (the truth)." (6:109-111) "Do not the Unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of creation), before we clove them asunder? We made from water every living thing. will they not then believe?" (21:30)
  3. Dua For My Pre-conversion Debt

    :sl: :no: You will be able to overcome your debt soon, through halaal means and would be forgiven for your sins. May we all be guided :sl:
  4. Is This Quote Haram?

    :sl: It doesn't seem haram, but I wouldn't pass any judgment without full knowledge. However, it might be false, if not haram. :sl:
  5. Michael Jackson Is Dead

    :sl: Only God knows if he has faith in his heart. But since we cannot judge except upon the fact that he declared his religion as Islam before death, I would pray for his forgiveness. :no: his children and all those inspired from him would grasp guidance and in all, all Muslims get guided. :sl:
  6. University Study On Purpose In Life

    As a general note to your post, collecting data on an online website is not the best idea. Of course, I have absolutely no idea about the criteria of your assignment and how it must be handled, but just as a heads-up. As far as religion is concerned, if a person really practices even slightly the existence of God. There could be 3 reasons he/she would want to do good in life, or do anything in life. 1. To get into heaven 2. To save oneself from hellfire 3. To please God Yes, all these are the one and the same thing as the conclusion is the same i.e. you go to heaven, but if you're a psychology student you'd see how each statement means differently. As a Muslim, I believe, my purpose is to please God. To be in His vicinity, such that He is happy with me. That is the bliss which can make hell heaven for a believer, the realization that God is happy. People who are atheists, though I cannot speak for them, but after some study I think they do good to want to conquer something in life out of desperation. Our conscience exists and knows very well why we are here, so it irks when we are led astray. To keep the tinging from suffocating them, they do good and try to make a happy life. Unfortunately, the suicide rate is highest in atheists, which shows how this drive is fake and useless in long-run. Of course, you didn't ask me about this part, but I thought I'd state my opinion anyhow.
  7. Lagging Back

    :sl: Thank you both brothers for your words of wisdom. I think I'll perform salaah as soon as I hear the adhaan, that way prayer will be my priority. :no: As far as Qadha is concerned, I am also certain there is evidence for it. Tomorrow :sl: I will have my mother ask our local scholar about the issue, just for confirmation. Thank you again, may Allah bless the Muslim community.
  8. I'm Back!

    :sl: i had been off for a months, but now I decided it was high time and I should come back, keep myself updated about Islam. :sl: I can't believe I was away so long! I really miss this place, now that I think about it. I should've never left. :j: But now :no: I will become regular here and learn as much about religion as I can. :D
  9. Lagging Back

    :sl: I used to be here almost 7 months back, but thanks to some problems (I'd say thanks since all occurrences are from the goodwill of Allah :sl:) I stopped coming here. Then I had exams and I got all webbed in them...I kind of despise those exams now because i am now lagging behind in many things. Mainly I want to perform my prayers on time - it's not a big issue in the sense I don't miss all my prayers, but I often say them just in time or qadha. :j: I used to be very punctual :no: but not anymore. Any advice/duas for me? I don't want to lose anymore time, I want to come back on track within these holidays!
  10. Hello

    :sl: Welcome to the site, and Islam Andre! I like the name. :sl: Insha Allah if you have any question we will try to answer. Just ask! :no:
  11. Salams Brothers And Sisters :]

    :sl: Welcome to the site sister! I understand how it can feel to drift away from Islam, Insha Allah your Muslim sisters here will pull you right back in! :sl:
  12. I Want A Drink!

    :sl: Welcome to the site comrade! I hope you enjoy the drink and the discussions. ^^
  13. Assalaamu Alaikum

    :sl: Welcome to the site! If you have any questions feel free to ask.
  14. Salaam Im Back

    :sl: Welcome (back) to the site brother. I believe 'dot' runs this site ATM with a few other moderators. On the bottom of the site, where the 'user(s) active in the past 30 minutes' are listed, a few links are directly above this caption. In the few links, on the second position from left to right of this page, is written 'the moderating team'. Here's the (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetgawaher(contact admin if its a beneficial link)/index.php?act=Stats&CODE=leaders"]link[/url].
  15. Make A Dua For My Grandmother

    :sl: May Allah grant her health and also Paradise. :sl:
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