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    (Original post by h333)
    Well before nikah we are not allowed. Face, hands and feet are allowed as far as I know.
    I agree SubhanAllah. Tbh I don't know how one can't be shy at all.

    the problem is in todays world confidence has taken the shape of arrogance and pride.. and with these traits there is no place for shyness.
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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    Yeah so I checked...and although the hadiths are there it basically depends on scholarly interpretations of those hadiths, and majority of scholars deem it incorrect. So i agree that's probably the accurate opinion, and Allah knows best.

    So maybe we should go back to what you said and leg it😂😂😂😂

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    Yeah it doesn't make any sense.
    Haha best option.

    (Original post by h333)
    :toofunny: you come up with the most practical solutions.
    Fixed it for you.
    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Not sure about any rulings out there for those. I'd just go to their halal events and skip the haram ones.
    What about taking part in making them? Isn't it linked to nationalism or am I just chatting rubbish.

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    (Original post by gr8wizard10)
    lol this is not serious, surely. i would never marry someone who i don't know what they look like. this is simple logic
    Looking at the face is allowed, there's no disagreement on that.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)

    What about taking part in making them? Isn't it linked to nationalism or am I just chatting rubbish.

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    I wouldn't take part in making them IRL purely because at some point or another, official soc events will take place which may be accepted by Pakistani culture/society but not by Islam. You might not have a direct hand in creating such events but you'd have had a hand in facilitating a platform on which you knew they would take place. I helped make something like this before and I didn't think it through before starting, eventually came to regret my participation.

    I don't know about the nationalism aspect. You should ask a scholar.
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    How are you?

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    Doing good alhamdulillah, wbu? :beard:
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      (Original post by IdeasForLife)
      Doing good alhamdulillah, wbu? :beard:
      Yeahh im good alhamdulillah

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      How are you?

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      Alhamdullilah, working day to day, and yourself brother?
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        Alhamdullilah, working day to day, and yourself brother?
        Ahh okay & alhamdulillah how old are you?

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        Reminder of the greatness of Muhammed s.a.w and the need to follow his Sunnah
        Al Quran: "And We have not sent you, [O Muhammad], except as a mercy to the worlds."
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          Salams everyone. Hope you had a good day
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          What do you guys think of Habiba Da Silva's hijab line?
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          (Original post by beautifulxxx)
          In shaa Allah Alhamdulilah well I learnt something new then, I'll tell my friends too because some are us are under the impression that it's okay.Lol same my mum forbids itPosted from TSR Mobile
          I also found out about it recently Still so many people think it is fine because it seems so minor. It is so hard to convince some communities these days.

          (Original post by HAnwar)

          Fixed it for you.


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          Now I know not to take your advice regarding these issues :lol:

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          Salams everyone. Hope you had a good day
          Wa'alaykum Assalaam. Alhamdulillah. Hope you had a good day too
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            (Original post by h333)
            I also found out about it recently Still so many people think it is fine because it seems so minor. It is so hard to convince some communities these days.



            Now I know not to take your advice regarding these issues :lol:



            Wa'alaykum Assalaam. Alhamdulillah. Hope you had a good day too
            Yeah I'm okay alhamdullilah. Just tired like always.
            How has your day been? It's been so cold lately.
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            (Original post by h333)
            JZK more clear now. I feel like I am just adding on lol....but.....say....what if they ask and then you don't want to tell, what is the best way to go about this islamically? So sorry guys for confusing you. Smh me, it is probs something so simple.



            Gooood :awesome: BarakAllahu Feeki <3
            I am fine Alhamdulillah JZK.
            https://youtu.be/LxFv0qVX0Qc
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            (Original post by Warrior Gene)
            the problem is in todays world confidence has taken the shape of arrogance and pride.. and with these traits there is no place for shyness.
            Can't disagree tbh.....but it is more likely you will find hayaa in those that understand and appreciate Islam properly, insha'Allah. Keep optimistic
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            (Original post by h333)
            I also found out about it recently Still so many people think it is fine because it seems so minor. It is so hard to convince some communities these days.



            Now I know not to take your advice regarding these issues :lol:



            Wa'alaykum Assalaam. Alhamdulillah. Hope you had a good day too
            Yep subhanAllah so true. We're more focused on pleasing people than our lord.

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            (Original post by h333)
            Well before nikah we are not allowed. Face, hands and feet are allowed as far as I know.
            I agree SubhanAllah. Tbh I don't know how one can't be shy at all.
            Is this for a fact? I watched a video where they said that of course you are allowed to show the head without the hijab before marriage and that some sahaba wanted to see even more
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            (Original post by HAnwar)
            Guys what's the opinion on joining/creating different cultural societies in uni?

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            One of my friends kept nagging me to join the Pak Soc and I did eventually. I didn't really see a point tbh, just puts you in a very haram environment. And most events which they planned included dancers + music to fundraise. I didn't fit in too lol

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            and brothers as well!

            some of us have low self-esteem and confidence issues
            Yeah sorry I didn't mean it in that way, I know brothers have issues too, the video I posted was aimed at both genders, if you have time, watch it

            (Original post by Hydeman)
            I wish I was a pretty girl. :cry:
            But you're a guy.

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            As-salamu-alaykum everyone

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            Salams everyone. Hope you had a good day
            Walaykum asalaam.
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            Is kitab al kafi (If I've written it correctly) the shia version of bukhari or kutub al-sitah (six books of hadith) or something?

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