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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

    Allah said legislation is only for Allah
    so worship only him

    if your helping the legislation of other than Allah
    then your worshipping other than Allah
    thats shirk

    Allah said you wish to refer legislation to the taghut
    when you was ordered to reject it

    your not rejecting it your referring to it

    ive brought daleel to show its impermissable which many scholars have also used when it comes to legislation

    you bring daleel to say its permissable

    not follow a shaykhs fatwa without daleel

    i dont make mass takfir
    and even if i did the number of people being takfirred on is not a condition of whether its permissable or not



    We went through this several times, by your own argument your helping the kaafir by not voting and allowing him to legislate over you.

    You keep repeating Allah عز و جل is the legislator like its supposed to be news.

    Were talking about living under kaafir rule,

    Your choice is to let any old kaafir legislate over you.

    I agree with the permissibility to choose a less Islamophobic kaafir to rule.

    Either way, your in the same boat.

    You have serious comprehension issues, I gave you the benefit of doubt, but its clear that your a crazed Takfiri who ignores reality and the consequences of his own actions /inactions.

    You did make mass Takfir by claiming its Shirk Akbar to vote.

    The fact that you cant accept the consequences of your claims indicates some serious issues upstairs.
    Last edited by Saif-Uddin; 28-12-18, 11:12 PM.

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

    Completely avoided the fact that watching men who expose their awrah for entertainment is not permitted, and went to your old mass Takfir mode, typical.

    I explained this to you before, so instead of twisting what I said, why don't you say what I said?

    1. I did not deny that allah عز و جل is the legislator.

    2. A Kaafir is gonna rule over you, wether you vote or not.

    3. The permissibility of voting lies with taking the above point into consideration and choosing the lesser of the Islamophobic kaafir to rule over you.

    Allah said legislation is only for Allah
    so worship only him

    if your helping the legislation of other than Allah
    then your worshipping other than Allah
    thats shirk

    Allah said you wish to refer legislation to the taghut
    when you was ordered to reject it

    your not rejecting it your referring to it

    ive brought daleel to show its impermissable which many scholars have also used when it comes to legislation

    you bring daleel to say its permissable

    not follow a shaykhs fatwa without daleel

    i dont make mass takfir
    and even if i did the number of people being takfirred on is not a condition of whether its permissable or not


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  • Pippin1376
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    Aside from video games and sports, most people don't use TVs as much as before at least when it comes to traditional programing. Now people use Netflix or Chromecast, FireSticks, etc... And even if you remove the TV you could just go on your computer and do the same thing.

    Originally posted by Tide2006 View Post

    I watch American football,the players are fully covered. I don't care about soccer.
    Soccer is so much better though...

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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Originally posted by Tide2006 View Post

    I watch American football,the players are fully covered. I don't care about soccer.
    Yeah I was referring to Soccer,

    جزاك الله خيرا

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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

    you tell people not to watch football
    but argue for taking other than Allah as a legislator

    get your priorities straight
    Completely avoided the fact that watching men who expose their awrah for entertainment is not permitted, and went to your old mass Takfir mode, typical.

    I explained this to you before, so instead of twisting what I said, why don't you say what I said?

    1. I did not deny that allah عز و جل is the legislator.

    2. A Kaafir is gonna rule over you, wether you vote or not.

    3. The permissibility of voting lies with taking the above point into consideration and choosing the lesser of the Islamophobic kaafir to rule over you.


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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

    Even sports have men exposing their awrah whilst navel to the knees is supposed to be covered.

    Take Football for example.

    Most men think nothing of it
    ​​​​
    you tell people not to watch football
    but argue for taking other than Allah as a legislator

    get your priorities straight

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  • Tide2006
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    Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post

    Even sports have men exposing their awrah whilst navel to the knees is supposed to be covered.

    Take Football for example.

    Most men think nothing of it
    ​​​​
    I watch American football,the players are fully covered. I don't care about soccer.

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  • Saif-Uddin
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    Originally posted by Tide2006 View Post
    Aside from sports, I would have no reason to have a tv in my future home. The problem with watching football is, the cameras tend to cut away between plays onto cheerleaders or fans(with women in the crowd)...which really, it's easy to just avoid staring at the tv once a play has ended until you hear them starting again.
    Even sports have men exposing their awrah whilst navel to the knees is supposed to be covered.

    Take Football for example.

    Most men think nothing of it
    ​​​​

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  • Kaas
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    Remove it, even on the neas theres inaproptiate behavior and even on animal wildlife there will be music, theres very little benefit in tv

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  • Tide2006
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    Aside from sports, I would have no reason to have a tv in my future home. The problem with watching football is, the cameras tend to cut away between plays onto cheerleaders or fans(with women in the crowd)...which really, it's easy to just avoid staring at the tv once a play has ended until you hear them starting again.

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  • Mintchocchip
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    Originally posted by murad View Post
    A.o.A

    Just wondering how many of you guys have TVs at home if you live at home with your parents, wife or children ?

    I am concerned that from the 1000 or so channels only around 5 or 10 or so are barely appropriate to watch.

    While i am away working my wife and mother and kids are likely to spend time watching Pakistani/Indian Soaps which teach them nothing
    but evil, cunning, love affairs, in the name of entertainment.

    They are becoming so obsessed watching this filth that sometimes they argue with me when i want to change the channel to check the news or some animal
    wildlife documentary.

    Am i being extreme in wanting to remove the TV altogether ? There is literally no benefit to having a TV, the news and weather i can check on my phone. Even the so called Islam channel contains music and uncovered women from time to time. It does nothing to boost imaan thats for sure.

    It is a like a slow-drip poison which makes us numb to greater degrees of nudity, evil and all sorts of filth.

    Where do you guys draw the line in your household ?
    As the head of the household with regards to your wife and kids then you should have the upperhand.

    Also I think it depends on how much Islam is practiced by you and your family. Do they pray and observe hijab because if they do it should be slighlty easier to explain why you disagree with what they watch. Teach them.why if they do not know.

    The other thing is if you do get rid of the TV people have access to all that stuff on their phones and laptops nowadays. If they know the reasons why they should avoid such stuff then they should not be tempted to watch on phones etc either. They need to have that fear of Allah swt.

    Do dua for your family too and hope you find a solution.
    Last edited by Mintchocchip; 25-12-18, 11:07 PM.

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  • Stoic Believer
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    I wouldn't have a TV either in my household.

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    remove it if u can

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  • murad
    started a topic Filth on TV in a family home

    Filth on TV in a family home

    A.o.A

    Just wondering how many of you guys have TVs at home if you live at home with your parents, wife or children ?

    I am concerned that from the 1000 or so channels only around 5 or 10 or so are barely appropriate to watch.

    While i am away working my wife and mother and kids are likely to spend time watching Pakistani/Indian Soaps which teach them nothing
    but evil, cunning, love affairs, in the name of entertainment.

    They are becoming so obsessed watching this filth that sometimes they argue with me when i want to change the channel to check the news or some animal
    wildlife documentary.

    Am i being extreme in wanting to remove the TV altogether ? There is literally no benefit to having a TV, the news and weather i can check on my phone. Even the so called Islam channel contains music and uncovered women from time to time. It does nothing to boost imaan thats for sure.

    It is a like a slow-drip poison which makes us numb to greater degrees of nudity, evil and all sorts of filth.

    Where do you guys draw the line in your household ?

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