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    (Original post by pube)
    lol i'll probably get stoned to death for what i said. its true though, the haram life is too good to not be a part of. white people are living the life

    and i was a muslim for 11 years of my ****ing life, of-course i've looked into whether allah is real or not. its too late for me to get into all the ridiculousness of the quran but most muslims don't even believe in god. they're just too afraid of what will happen if they don't because the quran is constantly banging on about hell; where you get thrown into a pit 70x hotter than volcano lava, forced to drink boiling water when your thirsty and eat a plant that corrodes all your organs and leaves you in excruciating pain.

    i enjoy getting high, drunk, talking to girls, gambling, watching porn, and not starving myself for a month every year. i don't need to constantly wash my feet and get on my knees to pray 5 times a day. life's good man
    Wow :lol:

    And I'm not even a Muslim.

    Tbh I know some people like this...
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    (Original post by chocoholic.)
    But its an alcohol-like enviroment?
    Also clubs are normally gender mixing, which is haraam and listening to music and dancing with random people is haram.

    Clubs are definately haraam.
    Posts like this make me so angry. Listening to music and dancing with people is not haram, stop being so ridiculous!

    I know religion is left open to interpretation but some people are just stupid.
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    I am a muslim girl, and I live with my parents. And if ever I want to go out I tell my parents beforehand, my dads always cool with it and quite laid back about it he even gives me money for it. My mum however gives my the 20 questions lol, just the usual "who you going with?" "what are you going to do?" "what time will you be back?" lmao honestly though before I didn't like how she would go on, but now that i'm grown up I don't mind it just shows me that she cares and worries about me. No doubt when we have kids we're going to worry just like them, its hard to part from someone you love. Also telling them when your going to be back gives them security and knows around what time to expect you, because of all the crimes that are happening around the world I don't blame her for wanting me back safe with her. All they ever want to do it protect you. Oh and finally I don't have a curfew but I rarely go out really late which doesn't causes a problem, and it allows my parents to trust me more
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    Like a wise man once said on the religion of islam: you either get it or you don't

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    My parents are at work from about 1pm to 2am (they run businesses and are very money driven) so as long as they know where I am and who I'm with, they're good. They're not very traditional and they aren't extremely strict Muslims so they do want my siblings and I to have a life outside home - they want us to enjoy life before marriage so they let us do pretty much anything so long as it's within reason.

    Every parent is different. If you don't like what your parents say then remember that usually the rules they lay down for you are usually there to keep you safe and out of harms way. If they don't tell you why you can't do something, there's probably a reason for that. Parents can work in the most annoying ways at times.
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    Just do it, doesn't matter whether your at uni or moving out, if you're away from the parents so what right do they have to intrude with your life.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm an 18 year old girl living with muslim parents (I plan to move out for uni though) and was interested to hear curfews and rules from others with muslim parents. I just want to say that I myself do not consider myself a strict muslim. I believe in God but I'm not sure I agree with a lot of muslim rules etc. My parents don't pray, my dad drinks, but they've always been kinda strict with my sister and me. I have to let them know a couple of days before I go out where I'm going, when I'll be back, and sometimes they'll say I can't go for practically no reason. When I was 16 they wouldn't let me go out for a meal with friends at 6pm on a Friday because the city centre would be full of 'drunk hooligans'. I'm allowed out occasionally until around 10pm with friends if I'm going out for a meal or something, but they seem pretty intrusive with it and I can tell they don't approve. (My dad often asks why I don't just go out earlier). :rolleyes:
    Your dad drinks but won't let you out after 10 because there will be 'drunk hooligans' so wtf happens to him when he drinks nothing? What a hypocrite
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    (Original post by Dee Leigh)
    Wow :lol:

    And I'm not even a Muslim.

    Tbh I know some people like this...

    I've known LOADS like this...its great, often have a good dance and chat with them, not to mention plenty of drinks at clubs on the weekend.

    Its quite cute how they hide it from their parents...

    People should chill out, even if they do believe in an all merciful God, if he loves his followers to a point where he is worthy of their worship he will forgive them.

    Pube will be living a much more fun existence and will garner lots of life experience from it. Theres nothing wrong with that at all.
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    (Original post by Dee Leigh)
    :confused: I didn't give you neg rep.

    Oh well, neggers gonna neg. Someone negged me for saying something they disagreed with, when really it was more fact. But I don't give a damn to be honest.
    nahh sorry i dint mean you, i meant who ever did it. i dont care how many neg reps i get, its not gonna affect me in the real world is it? lol

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    (Original post by pube)
    lol i'll probably get stoned to death for what i said. its true though, the haram life is too good to not be a part of. white people are living the life

    you don't believe in demons? take a look at this:



    insane. jokes that muslims actually fell for the troll, but insane nevertheless



    and i was a muslim for 11 years of my ****ing life, of-course i've looked into whether allah is real or not. its too late for me to get into all the ridiculousness of the quran but most muslims don't even believe in god. they're just too afraid of what will happen if they don't because the quran is constantly banging on about hell; where you get thrown into a pit 70x hotter than volcano lava, forced to drink boiling water when your thirsty and eat a plant that corrodes all your organs and leaves you in excruciating pain.

    i enjoy getting high, drunk, talking to girls, gambling, watching porn, and not starving myself for a month every year. i don't need to constantly wash my feet and get on my knees to pray 5 times a day. life's good man
    jin and demon are two totally separate things mate, get a grip of your knowledge of these two then come back to me yeah?

    Also 'most muslims' believe in it because they're too scared? you know the 1.2billion muslims of the world then do you? clearly you werent a 'muslim' you don't even know what it means. did you pray 5 times a day for 11 years of your life? i doubt it. because you were a muslim by name doesn't make you a muslim my friend, as most people who claim they're christians but don't go to church probably aren't christians.

    you forget that the Qur'an is also 'constantly banging' on about what reward there is for the believer? why miss that out?

    fair enough you talk to girls, drink, get high n all that other grime. its your life right. if doing that week in week out gives it meaning then go for it. But dont come behind a screen and mock another persons faith when damn right you wouldn't do it to their face.

    thanks.
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    Well I don't consider myself a muslim but my parents are so this is what I get from them almost daily: Pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work & more pray, study & work
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    (Original post by Multitalented me)
    Well I don't consider myself a muslim but my parents are so this is what I get from them almost daily: Pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work, pray, study, work & more pray, study & work
    Correct me if I'm wrong but you pray, study and work.
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    (Original post by Besakt)
    Correct me if I'm wrong but you pray, study and work.
    Pardon? Are you trying to be pedantic or something?
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    (Original post by Mero8)
    Posts like this make me so angry. Listening to music and dancing with people is not haram, stop being so ridiculous!

    I know religion is left open to interpretation but some people are just stupid.
    Do you even realise how ridiculous you sound? Music and dancing is PROHIBITED. Its not open to interpretation. If a strong hadith/Quran states something is prhibited then its prohibited, it can't be open to interpretation.
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    (Original post by chocoholic.)
    Do you even realise how ridiculous you sound? Music and dancing is PROHIBITED. Its not open to interpretation. If a strong hadith/Quran states something is prhibited then its prohibited, it can't be open to interpretation.
    Source?

    Why do Islamic channels and radio stations play music then?

    Why do people include music in nasheeds?

    It seems like a grey area of Islam.
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    (Original post by chocoholic.)
    Do you even realise how ridiculous you sound? Music and dancing is PROHIBITED. Its not open to interpretation. If a strong hadith/Quran states something is prhibited then its prohibited, it can't be open to interpretation.
    And yet you still do it.
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    (Original post by chocoholic.)
    Do you even realise how ridiculous you sound? Music and dancing is PROHIBITED. Its not open to interpretation. If a strong hadith/Quran states something is prhibited then its prohibited, it can't be open to interpretation.
    Actually, thinking about it, perhaps for a woman to dance with a man is, but where does it say in the Quran that Music is haram?! Absolutely ridiculous...
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    (Original post by Mero8)
    Actually, thinking about it, perhaps for a woman to dance with a man is, but where does it say in the Quran that Music is haram?! Absolutely ridiculous...
    Ridiculous? Its mentioned by the Prophet (saw). The use of musical instruments is prohibited. Yes there are misguided people that recite naats and nasheeds using musical instruments. However, many more recite with just the voice. which is okay.
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    (Original post by Besakt)
    And yet you still do it.
    How do you know whether a person listens and dances to music? Do you have big brother camera's everywhere?
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    (Original post by rolldeep786)
    How do you know whether a person listens and dances to music? Do you have big brother camera's everywhere?
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