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    Do you think you left the religion because you disliked your parent(s) or because you disliked the actual teachings?


    (Original post by ¯\(°_o)/¯)
    Why do you feel the need to hide your sex symbol? Do you feel that the content of your posts will be undermined by your sex?

    I do it for this reason. Too many people try to spin your posts to suit their arguments.
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    What's the difference between the two?
    A good muslim does not renounce his faith.
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    Do you know any Surahs by heart?
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    (Original post by Marky Mark)
    Do you think you left the religion because you disliked your parent(s) or because you disliked the actual teachings?





    I do it for this reason. Too many people try to spin your posts to suit their
    arguments.
    Both

    (Original post by elohssa)
    A good muslim does not renounce his faith.
    Then I must be scraping at the bottom of the barrel..
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    May Allah guide you back
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    (Original post by Katie1112)
    May Allah guide you back
    Sarcasm??
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    Have you ever sneeze farted in a quiet lecture?
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    Sarcasm??
    Honestly, no sarcasm at all.
    I will pray for you walllah..
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    I'm pretty much the same, but I can't break it to my parents, especially my dad. They'll kick me out of the house and won't talk to me. Can't wait for Uni, I'll be able to get away for a while lol.. But that's in two years.

    I just know, it will be trouble for me in the future. From small things like eating to getting married.
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    Stopped*

    Raised as a devout in a fervently Muslim community and Muslim, whilst being tormented to almost depression with a zealot parent, I have surprisingly discarded all aspects of faith.


    Ask away..

    Let me guess; you were thought and or coerced into believing into a god in your case 'Allah' from a young age? Well if you repeated that process backwards you'll eventually arrive at the point where the first man or women told his children to believe in whatever deity(s) they did.
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    (Original post by PhilosophicalHat)

    Let me guess; you were thought and or coerced into believing into a god in your case 'Allah' from a young age? Well if you repeated that process backwards you'll eventually arrive at the point where the first man or women told his children to believe in whatever deity(s) they did.
    And..
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    And..


    Well that's it religion debunked and annihilated.


    Oh about the question... would you have white gyal or an asian one, assuming both were equally attractive and had personalities that you were fond of?
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    (Original post by PhilosophicalHat)
    Well that's it religion debunked and annihilated.


    Oh about the question... would you have white gyal or an asian one, assuming both were equally attractive and had personalities that you were fond of?
    I am confused
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    I am confused
    Gyal = Girl


    Would you marry a white one or a asian one?

    I'm askin' because most asians I know don't end up with white gyals.
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    (Original post by PhilosophicalHat)
    Gyal = Girl


    Would you marry a white one or a asian one?

    I'm askin' because most asians I know don't end up with white gyals.
    Who says I am into "gyals"?
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    I'm in a similar position to you. How did your parents take it?
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    Stopped*

    Raised as a devout in a fervently Muslim community and Muslim, whilst being tormented to almost depression with a zealot parent, I have surprisingly discarded all aspects of faith.


    Ask away..
    No one cares man, no one cares...just stop with the ask me anything threads
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    (Original post by Kasa)
    Who says I am into "gyals"?




    Wow... you goin' to drag this all the way?

    Okay whatever you into frikin into gyals, guys, giraffes. Question in hand, asian or white?
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    (Original post by PhilosophicalHat)
    Well that's it religion debunked and annihilated.


    Oh about the question... would you have white gyal or an asian one, assuming both were equally attractive and had personalities that you were fond of?
    Yes that has indeed debunked and annihilated religion. All atheists should use your line of reasoning
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    (Original post by Ben_Dover)
    Yes that has indeed debunked and annihilated religion. All atheists should use your line of reasoning

    Eh... any well educated atheists wouldn't need reasoning beyond the information already scattered out there.



 
 
 
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