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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Oh lol

    I think i've become a lot more mature these past few months (i'm a still a huge kid at heart tho)

    Anyways why you not in bed? Dont cha have work in the morning?
    Yes. I went to sleep shortly after.

    (Original post by Biryani007)
    Ok
    Sorry
    Apology accepted, don't worry about it.
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    MashaAllah! What uni u off to sis? Btw which city are u from?

    I hope to study Psychology with Arabic inshaAllah i did my Alevels last year so I'm deffo going to my firm (queen mary) inshaAllah )
    Lool I live in the East Midlands hmm I dnt really wanna say where you know the net and what not safety blah blah blah loool but its a local university and I firmed it too so that's cool . Wow masha allah hun, congrats you gonna do Arabic as well can you do that on the side I never knew hmm I may take up a language. Psychology Masha allah Well done sis
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    (Original post by DarkMystryXxX)
    Lool I live in the East Midlands hmm I dnt really wanna say where you know the net and what not safety blah blah blah loool but its a local university and I firmed it too so that's cool . Wow masha allah hun, congrats you gonna do Arabic as well can you do that on the side I never knew hmm I may take up a language. Psychology Masha allah Well done sis
    Yeah the uni i chose allows students to do a language on the sids if they want

    Thanks lovely xx
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Yeah the uni i chose allows students to do a language on the sids if they want

    Thanks lovely xx
    Lool I think the uni I wanna go 2 you can do mandarin I may choose that. Not sure yet
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    I'll be doing psychology with arabic on the side.

    Your mum doesnt know you'll be moving out in a few months ?? :nooo:
    YEAH :argh::afraid: How screwed am I? If I bring it up now, it's just going to cause endless conflict. You know how it is
    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Are you a girl?
    Yes, what does it matter?
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    (Original post by Getting_Started)
    YEAH :argh::afraid: How screwed am I? If I bring it up now, it's just going to cause endless conflict. You know how it is
    Lool good luck girl. I hate to be in your position once you tell her. You'll be on the one way ticket to mogadishu :lol:

    You sorted out your accomodation?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Lool good luck girl. I hate to be in your position once you tell her. You'll be on the one way ticket to mogadishu :lol:

    You sorted out your accomodation?
    Yep, I know where I'll be living.
    Hahaha, that's exactly where I'll be going. I see it as a week or so of arguing vs 3/4 years of misery - stakes aren't too bad. :bigsmile::bhangra:
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Joke? The basic principle is that a woman should remain at home, and not go out except for necessary purposes. Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

    “And stay in your houses, and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance” - [Qur'an 33:33]

    Although this is addressed to the wives of the Prophet (PBUH), it also applies to the believing women. It is only addressed to the wives of the Prophet (PBUH) because of their honour and status with the Messenger of Allah (PBUH), and because they are examples for the believing women.

    Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

    “Woman is ‘awrah, and if she goes out, the shaytaan raises his hopes (of misguiding her). She is never closer to Allaah than when she stays in her house.” - Narrated by Ibn Hibbaan and Ibn Khuzaymah

    And he said concerning a woman’s prayer in the mosque:

    “Their houses are better for them.” - Narrated by Abu Dawood

    (If you want specific details to the latter references, I can go fetch that for you)

    After a brief search, I found a nice list of conditions in where women are permissed to leave the family home.

    http://muslimmatters.org/2010/06/30/...in-your-homes/

    I hope this is of some benefit to you.
    you don't really believe that do you? not trying to be offensive in any way but it does sound kind of insane to use a joke which is funny only because of how absurd it is and then try and make it sound like less of a joke and more of a moral teaching.
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Jzk for this info even though i was aware of most of it already. But you have to remember that we live in a very different time and society to the prophet (saw). Women can and should have ambitions and go out there and work in a field they truly enjoy

    I, for one would NEVER choose to be a full time housewife unless ofcourse I became pregnant and/or had toddlers. I'm not paying 9k a year to chill and live off my husband's earnings after uni. I know some girls who just want to get married and stay at home but thats their choice and they can do whatever makes them happy.
    i think he was trying to point out that the Islamic teaching is that the woman should remain in the home regardless of context or society the woman lives in so his statement isn't wrong in regards to the teachings of the faith
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    (Original post by jama mj)
    i think he was trying to point out that the Islamic teaching is that the woman should remain in the home regardless of context or society the woman lives in so his statement isn't wrong in regards to the teachings of the faith
    Wait, so if women were told to stay at home, why was khadijah (a.s) such a successful business woman? Women in islam are encouraged to work hard and excel in the area of interest (must be halal obvs). There are also many hadiths where women at the time of the prophet (saw) were actually OUTSIDE the home.

    If islam said women should remain in the home, wouldn't it be haram to do the opposite?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Wait, so if women were told to stay at home, why was khadijah (a.s) such a successful business woman? Women in islam are encouraged to work hard and excel in the area of interest (must be halal obvs). There are also many hadiths where women at the time of the prophet (saw) were actually OUTSIDE the home.

    If islam said women should remain in the home, wouldn't it be haram to do the opposite?
    im not advocating woman stay at home that would be ridiculous what i disagree with is people who claim to have religious convictions but pick and choose what they believe on the basis of how convenient it is for them with regards to their lifestyle.
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    (Original post by jama mj)
    im not advocating woman stay at home that would be ridiculous what i disagree with is people who claim to have religious convictions but pick and choose what they believe on the basis of how convenient it is for them with regards to their lifestyle.
    And hows that relevant here?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    And hows that relevant here?
    its totally relevant because that dude just quoted the Qur'an yet most Muslims disagree that woman should stay at home. it shows some hypocrisy in most don't you agree? i don't want to come off as argumentative but i've had this same conversation with friends who believe things like that and call be a gal or a jal how ever you spell it for saying its a bit ridiculous and that woman should have the same freedom as dudes to do what they want
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    (Original post by jama mj)
    its totally relevant because that dude just quoted the Qur'an yet most Muslims disagree that woman should stay at home. it shows some hypocrisy in most don't you agree? i don't want to come off as argumentative but i've had this same conversation with friends who believe things like that and call be a gal or a jal how ever you spell it for saying its a bit ridiculous and that woman should have the same freedom as dudes to do what they want
    So in your opinion, women should stay at home and not work/socialise (again in a halal way) ? o.O
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    (Original post by jama mj)
    its totally relevant because that dude just quoted the Qur'an yet most Muslims disagree that woman should stay at home. it shows some hypocrisy in most don't you agree? i don't want to come off as argumentative but i've had this same conversation with friends who believe things like that and call be a gal or a jal how ever you spell it for saying its a bit ridiculous and that woman should have the same freedom as dudes to do what they want
    I completely agree! Islam teaches us that a wife must obey her husband; if your husband requests you stay at home, you must or you forsake yourself to sin. I used to think, gee, I'll never marry someone that would exercise their authority in such a way - I would identify such a deficiency in character before it got to that - but that's besides the point. Doesn't it irk others that they can pursue that avenue of control? :confused:
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    heyy guys whats cooking up in this thread???

    is anyone awaiting a level results???... im sooo scared:eek:
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    (Original post by Don'tNod)
    I completely agree! Islam teaches us that a wife must obey her husband; if your husband requests you stay at home, you must or you forsake yourself to sin. I used to think, gee, I'll never marry someone that would exercise their authority in such a way - I would identify such a deficiency in character before it got to that - but that's besides the point. Doesn't it irk others that they can pursue that avenue of control? :confused:
    Wait, when have we gotten into the topic of marriage?

    First, he says women should stay at home beause the Qur'an apparently says so and now its all about whether or not the husband lets her?
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    (Original post by hugoalmeida)
    heyy guys whats cooking up in this thread???

    is anyone awaiting a level results???... im sooo scared:eek:
    Yikes good luck!

    I got my Alevel results last year and the waiting was so nervewrecking o say the least. Alhamdulillah I did better than i was predicted though. I hope you get the grades you hope for inshaAllah!
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    So in your opinion, women should stay at home and not work/socialise (again in a halal way) ? o.O
    the simple answer to your question is no i don't agree with that at all
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    (Original post by jama mj)
    the simple answer to your question is no i don't agree with that at all
    Hmm ok then i don't see why you're ranting.
 
 
 
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