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Samiun
04-08-2012, 12:10 PM
:sl: enjoy! Cool stuff by the earlier generations of Muslims :)

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Snowflake
04-08-2012, 02:43 PM
Some misconceptions/innovations - It's amazing how many people still believe these things

1. turning the corner of the prayer mat so that the shaytaan won't pray on it

2. shaytan urinates on a woman's head if she doesn't cover it - indoors or out.

3. shaytan reads the quran if you leave it open

4. if you don't cover your head during wudhu, your wudhu will be invalid

5. if you remove head covering after wudhu, your wudhu will break

6. a woman cannot use iron (blades) to remove hair

7. milad

8. asking peers to grant them their wishes/duas and so on


That's all I can think of for now.
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aadil77
04-08-2012, 04:43 PM
Originally Posted by Snowflake
Some misconceptions/innovations - It's amazing how many people still believe these things

1. turning the corner of the prayer mat so that the shaytaan won't pray on it

2. shaytan urinates on a woman's head if she doesn't cover it - indoors or out.

3. shaytan reads the quran if you leave it open

4. if you don't cover your head during wudhu, your wudhu will be invalid

5. if you remove head covering after wudhu, your wudhu will break

6. a woman cannot use iron (blades) to remove hair

7. milad

8. asking peers to grant them their wishes/duas and so on


That's all I can think of for now.
err I think the video is about scientific inventions not bid'ah ;D
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Scimitar
04-11-2012, 10:36 PM
These are real gems. Enjoy :)







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biz
04-12-2012, 08:24 AM
Empire of faith is a good one :)
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Scimitar
04-14-2012, 09:04 PM
has anyone seen the full verison of this? I have been trying to track it down for a while:



... yeh, I know, Sir Ben Kingsley playing Al Jazari... excellent! ;D

anyway, back to contributing to the topic - this is an pretty interesting:

Prof. Jim Al-Khalili and Dr. Andrea Sella are on hand to introduce a sold-out crowd at the Cheltenham Science Festival to the history of science from the Middle Ages, in Muslim Civilization, that has a huge but hidden impact on modern science.

This event was part of the Cheltenham Science Festival and took place on the 12th of June 2011, in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.



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CosmicPathos
04-14-2012, 09:24 PM
Originally Posted by Snowflake
Some misconceptions/innovations - It's amazing how many people still believe these things

1. turning the corner of the prayer mat so that the shaytaan won't pray on it

2. shaytan urinates on a woman's head if she doesn't cover it - indoors or out.

3. shaytan reads the quran if you leave it open

4. if you don't cover your head during wudhu, your wudhu will be invalid

5. if you remove head covering after wudhu, your wudhu will break

6. a woman cannot use iron (blades) to remove hair

7. milad

8. asking peers to grant them their wishes/duas and so on


That's all I can think of for now.
ok I have to say that I did believe in 1 and 3 as a child. I think I got it from parents (I feel bad that my parents were wrong, despite being so religious). I dont believe shaitan does pray (LOL, why would he pray :P) but I still have the impetus to fold up my prayer mat ...... I guess childhood habits rarely die.
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CosmicPathos
04-14-2012, 09:26 PM
bro scimi, I think this ancient Muslim and science thing is great, but bro I think this has been done to death now. We should look at what we are doing NOW. Hassan al Basri said that the world is three days, as for past it is gone, as for future no one has seen it, as for today its yours, work in it.

Today Muslims suck in science. And today there are much more obvious perceptions that a truly scientific person can only be an atheist. We need to address these.
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