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    No.
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    I don't think non-muslim guys would, but Muslim ones do. I've seen my friends with Hijabs awkwardly get hit on by guys plenty of times.
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    I definitely would
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    Sister, this is just talk. Face it, it's haram. :console:

    Reminder to myself first.
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    Is she wearing any other clothes?
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    Hell yeah and I'd convert for sure if it means I can date a gorgeous Muslim girl!
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    im a girl and a hijabi....i feel like if i was really interested in a guy and he asked me out then i would say yes.......many of you might say it's haram but to be honest, no girl wants an arranged marriages, every girl/women wants her fairy-tales ending with someone she loves and until now, i have never been asked out by any guy...one i remembered liked me but wasn't confident enough to approach and when he told me it was kind of too late ( don't ask)....but overall it's kind-off sad because i don't ever thing i even came close to the feeling of love, and i love wearing then hijab and doing it for allah and worshipping allah but i stopped believing in love...thinking it's a myth making myself believe that....my parents dont really get along either and my grand-ma told me all kinds of crazy stories between her and her husband(my grand-pa) and even admit that she never really loved him...just stayed with him for the respect of her families name and her father's choices....and that if she went her own way, she might of never found someone as kind as him, even though the reason they were together wasn't for love.........theres romeo and juliet and bonnie and clyde but those kind ofstories dont exist even tho we wanted to.....it doesn't exist and i know that im right sooo......hijabis just stick with the hijab, it's probably the only true thing you might have after this lifee
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    (Original post by mariam04t)
    im a girl and a hijabi....i feel like if i was really interested in a guy and he asked me out then i would say yes.......many of you might say it's haram but to be honest, no girl wants an arranged marriages
    Not dating doesn't mean that you have to have an arranged marriage. You can have a non-arranged marriage without dating.
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    Are hijabs still in fashion?
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    It would be really interesting to see if guys preferred to marry a HIJABI over a non hijabi
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    NO
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    (Original post by Rimmie)
    It would be really interesting to see if guys preferred to marry a HIJABI over a non hijabi
    100% of the time.
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    If she were pretty, otherwise dressed in quite a Western way, giving me the come-ons, and not in the company of other Muslamic types, then I might say hi, yes
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    I would, but depends if I can have foreplay and pre-marital sex with her?
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    Pre/inter/extra marital interaction is haraam in Islam except for discourse between family members so definetly NO.
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    (Original post by JerseyBeats93)
    Pre/inter/extra marital interaction is haraam in Islam except for discourse between family members so definetly NO.
    But some hijabis have boyfriends which is haraam anyway, so why won't they have premarital sex?
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    Never. Hijabi make me sick.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    Never. Hijabi make me sick.
    http://muslimgirl.net/wp-content/upl...uslim-girl.jpg
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    No considering the fact that girls in hijab generally don't want to be approached by a male
 
 
 
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