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    Where are you from ?
    I'm Mediterranean.
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    (Original post by XcitingStuart)
    Do you feel that the Qur'an discriminates against you? (I can quote snippets of the Qur'an to heighten this debate / question.)

    Are you a British Loyalist in terms of spelling?

    What do you think about the archaic word "Moslem" for Muslim?

    What do you think about homosexuality? Should they have the right of same-sex marriage? And should homosexual relations / homosexuality be criminalised?

    I have more questions to ask, but I'll ask those later. (I don't want to decrease the quality of your answers by asking too many / making my post too long.)


    No, I don't feel like the Qur'an discriminates me in any form.

    I am quite in touch with my 'foreign' background but I like England?

    I feel that if gay people want to get married, they should be able to, it isn't up to me.
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    (Original post by saeed9744)
    Will the true identity of the infamous 'Jack the Ripper' be found?
    I hope so
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    Are you really a female Muslim, doing an AMA?
    No.
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    I am really
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    How old are you and what do you study?
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    Would you be happier if this was a Muslim majority country?

    What do you think about Sharia's law? Should it be implemented into the UK?

    (Original post by student.feed)
    No, I don't feel like the Qur'an discriminates me in any form.

    I am quite in touch with my 'foreign' background but I like England?

    I feel that if gay people want to get married, they should be able to, it isn't up to me.
    I was meaning do you spell things in British English as opposed to American English? (Do you spell like "criminalise" or "criminalize", "sulphur" or "sulfur", "lift" or "elevator"?) The reason why i asked because if you said British you technically should say "Moslem", but apparently it's offensive in Arabic coincidentally, so people used "Muslim" instead.)
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    (Original post by XcitingStuart)
    Do you feel that the Qur'an discriminates against you? (I can quote snippets of the Qur'an to heighten this debate / question.)

    Are you a British Loyalist in terms of spelling?

    What do you think about the archaic word "Moslem" for Muslim?

    What do you think about homosexuality? Should they have the right of same-sex marriage? And should homosexual relations / homosexuality be criminalised?

    I have more questions to ask, but I'll ask those later. (I don't want to decrease the quality of your answers by asking too many / making my post too long.)
    LOOOL, this question always gets asked on a muslim AMA and it almost always never goes well
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    (Original post by Kyle1198)
    LOOOL, this question always gets asked on a muslim AMA and it almost always never goes well
    I know; I just thrive on debates.
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    (Original post by XcitingStuart)
    Would you be happier if this was a Muslim majority country?

    What do you think about Sharia's law? Should it be implemented into the UK?



    I was meaning do you spell things in British English as opposed to American English? (Do you spell like "criminalise" or "criminalize", "sulphur" or "sulfur", "lift" or "elevator"?) The reason why i asked because if you said British you technically should say "Moslem", but apparently it's offensive in Arabic coincidentally, so people used "Muslim" instead.)
    Ohh I understand your question. Yes, I spell things in British English but I find is annoying when people spell Muslim as Moslem or Qur'an as Koran.

    We are in England therefore it is understandable/expected to have British law. Growing up as a child, there was 3 other muslims in the whole school and the rest picked on me because I am muslim so more muslim people in daily life would be great. However, my home land is a muslim country and England is a Christian country so out of respect for the British people, they would find it intrusive if England suddenly became Muslim.
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    Hypothetical scenario:

    Your son/daughter is gay and wants to get married, what would be your response?
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    (Original post by XcitingStuart)
    Do you feel that the Qur'an discriminates against you? (I can quote snippets of the Qur'an to heighten this debate / question.)

    Are you a British Loyalist in terms of spelling?

    What do you think about the archaic word "Moslem" for Muslim?

    What do you think about homosexuality? Should they have the right of same-sex marriage? And should homosexual relations / homosexuality be criminalised?

    I have more questions to ask, but I'll ask those later. (I don't want to decrease the quality of your answers by asking too many / making my post too long.)
    How can you quote snippets of the Qur'an? Are you a Muslim?
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    Would you be with a non-Muslim if you really liked them?
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    (Original post by Zara0526)
    How can you quote snippets of the Qur'an? Are you a Muslim?
    I don't need to be a Muslim to understand it / parts of it and written text.

    Are you?
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    (Original post by XcitingStuart)
    I don't need to be a Muslim to understand it / parts of it and written text.Are you?
    Humm, Have you read the Qur'an? Everybody that I have come across that claim that Islam treats Women as inferior and oppresses them have never actually read the Qur'an. Instead they choose to rely on others opinions or take quotes out of the Qur'an thus out of there context and completely misinterpret them.
    Yes, I am a Muslim
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    (Original post by student.feed)
    AMA
    Awesome!
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    (Original post by Infamous*)
    Hypothetical scenario:

    Your son/daughter is gay and wants to get married, what would be your response?
    Its peak, but disown.
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    (Original post by student.feed)
    AMA
    How do you envisage 'paradise' for yourself a female. I presume you are unmarried at the moment, what does eternity hold for you?
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    (Original post by King Scorchy)
    Would you be with a non-Muslim if you really liked them?
    I don't know, it would be too difficult to revolve my religion with someone who isn't Muslim.
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    (Original post by XcitingStuart)
    I don't need to be a Muslim to understand it / parts of it and written text.

    Are you?
    Use your profile picture as advice. Just leave
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    (Original post by Racoon)
    How do you envisage 'paradise' for yourself a female. I presume you are unmarried at the moment, what does eternity hold for you?
    A happy life with the one I love with no struggles init fam
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    (Original post by student.feed)
    A happy life with the one I love with no struggles init fam
    That's not much detail. What in the Quran tells you this will happen?
 
 
 
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