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    (Original post by HaQ_mAn_)
    Oh yeah. I know just cos she wears a hijab dnt mean she's not naughty :P
    Well not in porn anyways
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    What is the consequence in Islam for a non Muslim who deflowers a muslimah anyway. I assume '**** hits the fan'
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i've previously spent time with a girl that others thought is a 7-8/10 and before i started to like her i was like yeah shes within those limits. when i spent two weeks with her she was the most beautiful girl i've ever laid eyes on... unfortunately she still is
    7/8 is still very attractive...
    Lol aww, can't you get over her?
    Doesn't she like you back?...
    Sorry?
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    (Original post by TheTechN1304)
    A lot of the time Muslim women have no choice and are forced to wear the hijab. Tell me, why did you choose to wear it and not a burqa/niqab? And I honestly have no idea why you feel liberated wearing it. Care to share?
    No choice? Lol wot. How many muslim women do you know dude?
    I choose to wear the hijab and not the burqa because I live in a country where wearing one would bring me so much unnecessery hassle and stress. If i lived in a muslim country, I'd maybe consider wearing one. The niqab isn't also compulsory in islam.


    Also, it does represent inequality. Do Muslim men wear the hijab/burqa/niqab? No. If Islam were an equal religion where women were actually treated as equals, they wouldn't be forced to wear clothing to cover themselves up for 'modesty'.
    muslim men actually do have 'hijab'. Hijab isn't only limited to wearing a headscarf you know. Hijab is a synonym for modesty in arabic. Muslim men are encouraged to be modest and lower their gaze in front of unrelated women. There are even rules in terms of clothing but you need to research it because i'm not fully informed on that.

    The public opinion on the hijab is negative, and considering you're more likely to face discrimination wearing one, I'm bit baffled as to why you think it's 'beautiful'.
    Sorry, but have you even asked me if i actually CARE about the public's opinion. I don't wear a hijab to please people. I wear it to please my creator. Humans will judge you no matter what you do so i don't give the slightest toss if ignorant people like you think its hideous.



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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    don't you look forward to finding someone amazing and starting a family with him? cos i do..., the way u made it sound was as if ur like 'meh whateva'
    ofcourse I care, but I refuse to conform to my arab culture where if your not married by 26 or something its a big problem. For heavens sake, I tell my sisters to find themselves, do what they love and have iman in God, only then will you find the right person. Actively seeking a husband, I feel, is not the way to go about it.
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    No choice? Lol wot. How many muslim women do you know dude?
    I choose to wear the hijab and not the burqa because I live in a country where wearing one would bring me so much unnecessery hassle and stress. If i lived in a muslim country, I'd maybe consider wearing one. The niqab isn't also compulsory in islam.


    muslim men actually do have 'hijab'. Hijab isn't only limited to wearing a headscarf you know. Hijab is a synonym for modesty in arabic. Muslim men are encouraged to be modest and lower their gaze in front of unrelated women. There are even rules in terms of clothing but you need to research it because i'm not fully informed on that.



    Sorry, but have you even asked me if i actually CARE about the public's opinion. I don't wear a hijab to please people. I wear it to please my creator. Humans will judge you no matter what you do so i don't give the slightest toss if ignorant people like you think its hideous.



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    Ma sha Allah, I wish there were more Muslim girls who thought like you.

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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    ofcourse I care, but I refuse to conform to my arab culture where if your not married by 26 or something its a big problem. For heavens sake, I tell my sisters to find themselves, do what they love and have iman in God, only then will you find the right person. Actively seeking a husband, I feel, is not the way to go about it.
    This. Perfectly put.

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    (Original post by cobalion955)
    Ma sha Allah, I wish there were more Muslim girls who thought like you.

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    lol thanks
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    (Original post by minidee6.12)
    This. Perfectly put.

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    I completely agree. Personally that's how I went about it. I thought it would never happen, but then it did. Personally I feel that when the right woman come's into a man's life, that is the moment when his life becomes complete.

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    (Original post by Biryani007)
    7/8 is still very attractive...
    Lol aww, can't you get over her?
    Doesn't she like you back?...
    Sorry?
    yeah but even if she was a 5/10... the person she was would've have made her amazing in my eyes.

    its only recently that we... broke up i guess (been a month and a half, i didn't know what else to call it cos we most certainly weren't bf/gf).

    i was friends with her for a couple of months and i made it blatent that i was into her... when i finally told her she said she didn't feel the same and wasn't ready for something like this, we're both starting uni this year.

    haven't spoken to her since. as times passed and the less i see of her the less i like her but evidently i still have feelings for her.
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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    ofcourse I care, but I refuse to conform to my arab culture where if your not married by 26 or something its a big problem. For heavens sake, I tell my sisters to find themselves, do what they love and have iman in God, only then will you find the right person. Actively seeking a husband, I feel, is not the way to go about it.
    So you're waiting for someone to come by and sweep you off your feat?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    *raises eyebrows* I don't get it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well not in porn anyways
    LOL please. Where I live you'd have to be pretty gullible or inexperienced to see a girl wear a hijab and think shes a "good girl" , I know from experience
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    (Original post by HaQ_mAn_)
    LOL please. Where I live you'd have to be pretty gullible or inexperienced to see a girl wear a hijab and think shes a "good girl" , I know from experience
    heard ur a road man
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    heard ur a road man
    Real Road man, highway Road man, just aks your naaaaaaaann

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    Real Road man, highway Road man, just aks your naaaaaaaann

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    i got my guys on tsr don't get lerry, couple man will jump quicktime.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So you're waiting for someone to come by and sweep you off your feat?
    feet**
    the thing is, looking for a guy will never be my main priority. I see life beyond getting married; so to your question, no. When the time is right, I will find a guy that is like me, strangely religious yet liberal and can make me uncontrollably laugh ect this person cannot be found by asking "mama" and "baba" to see if "walaad" so and so is suitable.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yeah but even if she was a 5/10... the person she was would've have made her amazing in my eyes.

    its only recently that we... broke up i guess (been a month and a half, i didn't know what else to call it cos we most certainly weren't bf/gf).

    i was friends with her for a couple of months and i made it blatent that i was into her... when i finally told her she said she didn't feel the same and wasn't ready for something like this, we're both starting uni this year.

    haven't spoken to her since. as times passed and the less i see of her the less i like her but evidently i still have feelings for her.
    Ohman, well you were really young..in college right?
    The less you talk about her the quicker you'll get over her properly
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i got my guys on tsr don't get lerry, couple man will jump quicktime.
    She duknow the duknow!

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    (Original post by FatmanO)
    feet**
    the thing is, looking for a guy will never be my main priority. I see life beyond getting married; so to your question, no. When the time is right, I will find a guy that is like me, strangely religious yet liberal and can make me uncontrollably laugh ect this person cannot be found by asking "mama" and "baba" to see if "walaad" so and so is suitable.
    omg how the hell did i misspell feet . ramadhan is getting to me lol.

    fair enough, so basically.. you want to live life a bit before getting married. would it not bother you if you're 30+ and you're not married? would you then actively seek a husband? I mean..i know some ppl say 'oh i dont need a man' but i don't think they literally mean it.
 
 
 
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