yes these Sakafis and hanafis and wahabies and malakies etc etc etc, who say everything is haram. They call other muslism Kuffar :O
How can you call a muslim brother kuffar? Then they set up thier own mosques for their sects.... no longer brotherhood... one ummah its division of people, no unity. Thinkign they are better then you, You dotn pray a certain way you are not proper muslim. etc etc etc etc the list goessss onnnn. When did they have a right to say who and who is not muslim? are they god to knwo these things?
And they are divinding ummah which i think goes against the whoel point of islam.
The prophet SAW said your body has rights over you, just as your soul has rights over you.... its like ying and yang... you need to balance your worldly life with your spiritual life. We are spiritual beigns having a human experince... so we can not neglect our bodies and deny its rights?? as the porphet SAW said.
When sahaba said to him, one said he will fast everyday for the year, the other said he will nto marry and abstain from sex, the other said he will pray all night. The prophet SAW noted that as beign too much, your body has rights too. Your body has a right to sleep, to eat, to have sex, to fullfill yoru bodies desires... but within the context fo islam. But some people go to extremes liek the sahaba, not the same xamples but they do other things. They turn into Haram police, and they are nto kind, they do nto smile... they dotn follow sunnah and they are not compassionate towards people. this is Extreme they have lost sight of islam. then on the opposite side you have people who dont give a damn and dont even practice. Middle ground is a person who practices, does wajeb, does extra hassanate, is kind, but also realsies they havea body that has needs and the ackowladge this.
I have only met peopel on extreme ends. i have not met a proper brother "practicing" if i did i woudl snap him up in a second. LOL, i mean get my brother to hunt him down
You understand what i mean now.
I would never compramise on islamic belief, or the teachings of the Qur-an andthe Prophet SAW.