Ah... so that\\\'s where they get their books from. Howza Life can be hectic! Balancing studies with administrative procedures and exploring hospitals, Muzaffer and Syeda give you a glimpse into their lives as students preparing to have their child in the Holy City of Qom. Ah... so that\\\'s where they get their books from. Howza Life can be hectic! Balancing studies with administrative procedures and exploring hospitals, Muzaffer and Syeda give you a glimpse into their lives as students preparing to have their child in the Holy City of Qom. Show Less >>
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Congratulations to you both for the good news of having a baby. your videos are very important as it tries to give first hand experience to our day to day issues/needs one may face if interested in going to Hawza.
@sjaa - Yes this video is supposed to be uploaded on stv. and Yes having a baby is part of normal life. People move countries just to find suitable place to give birth, guess you haven't gone through this yourself. Whats new is that people who have romanticized view of quality of healthcare in western countries should know that for a normal student in Hawza, iran offers all the required facilities for childbirth and proper medical care at very low cost.
Hope you'll have a safe delivery. Dont forget to show us the baby😊
Please send my Salam to Sayyeda Maassouma in front of HER shrine.
Your sister from Morocco.
Well, I guess everyone is looking at it from their own perspective. You seem to have younger children so you sound concerned - rightly so. And they seem to be concerned about this growing trend of believers (and many scholars and howza students) choosing to give birth to the next generation of believers in daar-ul-kufr without even giving it a second thought. Do a survey, most of them try their best to travel to the Great Satan America or London to have babies. Though, I agree that its not easy to address social issues in public sphere, especially on social media. That said, if you are living in the West and raising your kids there, rest assured, they have already been exposed to way more than this information by the time they reach first or second grade in school. Generally immigrant parents in the West have no idea of what their kids get taught in the schools by these Satanic systems - from sex education to abortion (and much more that I won't spell out here). Even if these kids are sent to the Islamic schools, still just by living there, they know way too much. And its normal for them. So, relax. :) I think these topics should be discussed if believers are going to insist on migrating to the countries qualified as daar-ul-kufr. This growing trend needs to be checked and discussed. I hope admin and shiatv management allow these types of discussions to be available - off course after proper review and quality assurance.
Is this video suppose to upload on stv? is this Howza life? i think pregnancy is a personal thing. Most of our ullama have children and their women give birth in Iran what is new in this video? only waste of time and resources. please don't post these type of videos at least on front page. young children are also see. i hope admin and stv management will see these type of videos carefully. or may be policy changed and give Hydro version of islam to the viewers.