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Although @Fatemeh's post already contains the answer but maybe this post could help better understand her answer. The Ahadeeth of Imams of Shia, those which are known as authentic and many that are not proved to be authentic, all support and explain each other and verses of Quran. This is a claim that I make mainly based on my study of Shia literature, but ...


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It is the translation mistake. As Jealousy is forbidden for all Muslims, Even men and women should not be jealous. But the jealous which is the sign of faith of the man is called. "غيرة". This word cannot be translated as jealous. It is an Ibadah for men and it is forbidden for women. Why is it forbidden for women? Because it could make women to ...


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Forbidding evil is a good deed, the Prophet spoke out against jealousy (do not be jealous of one another, Sahih al-Bukhari 6064), and good deeds are magnified (Qur'an 4:40) and judged by intention (Sahih al-Bukhari 1). So even an attempt to thwart jealousy is commendable. However, changing one's behavior in one way (not spending extravagantly), in order to ...


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