You are Turkish right? :D
Thats the problem with political issues, were so incline to align ourselves up with groups to feel belonging, but the reality is that all sides of the political spectrum are full of different people with not exactly the same views. The whole left - right paradigm I think sets up too binary of a system. The middle is a nice comfortable place.
Most of where I get my stuff from is reddit, a voice for men, and youtubers like Sargon of Akkad, Tl;Dr, thunderf00t and I have a few (classical) feminist friends of whom I get stuff from.
oh and Vee on youtube's pretty good too if you don't mind his annoying Romanian accent.
I just watched the entire thing. This is beautiful.
Well, from what I remember of the old exchanges between us, it appeared that you had opposite view to mine when it came to religion. I guess I just assumed that opposing views = theist, and I remember you saying you've lived in a majority muslim country too.
Oh wow, I was under the impression you weren't, quite an interesting revelation (pun intended).
shit man!u got 11000 visits! how the hell dat happened!?
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Okay, that's weird. You're the first person in the entire world to ask my age out of curiosity, lol.
17 years old. Why?
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There's a hadith that goes something like ''Do your prayers as how I do it''. AFAIK, it's not stated in Quran on what language to use, so we refer to the 2nd reference in Islam, which is the sunnah (hadith). Obviously Muhammad (PBUH)) did his prayers in Arabic.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
Other than the direct commandment, there's also other reasons such as Arabic being the language of Quran, being the language of those who resides in Heaven, unity across those of different languages, etc.
What do you mean with ''there is actually no direct reference to language of prayers, neither with dua nor with shalat.''?
That depends on what context of prayers you are talking about. There's ''du'a'' (supplication) and then there's ''shalat'' (those act of performing the 5 obligatory daily prayers, and of its kind).
Du'a is possible in other languages, and do note that there's du'a in Shalat. Shalat however, are only permitted in Arabic as how Muhammad (peace be upon him) taught us.
I'm not really sure, but as far as I know, it's possible to perform du'a in other languages even in Shalat, but it must not be uttered.
Why are you frozen?
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