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    (Original post by Squishy•)
    I have been wondering and everyone is always talking about going out partying and etc etc.
    Especially living with non Muslims as well it's gonna be annoying because people are gonna come in drunk/play music/ bring in alcohol etc.
    What should I/Muslims do for freshers especially?
    Join the halal freshers or non alcoholic club at your uni if they have one, it's not just exclusive to Muslims, it's also open to non Muslims too who don't like to drink. At our uni we dined out, played bowling/mini golf, had desserts/mocktail night ect it was wicked
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    That girl in your avatar tho :love:
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    (Original post by RosyPearl)
    Join the halal freshers or non alcoholic club at your uni if they have one, it's not just exclusive to Muslims, it's also open to non Muslims too who don't like to drink. At our uni we dined out, played bowling/mini golf, had deserts/mocktail night ect it was wicked
    What do you mean dined out??
    I'm not sure my university has anything like that though to be honest 😫
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    (Original post by Squishy•)
    I have been wondering and everyone is always talking about going out partying and etc etc.
    Especially living with non Muslims as well it's gonna be annoying because people are gonna come in drunk/play music/ bring in alcohol etc.
    What should I/Muslims do for freshers especially?
    This is such a dumb question. They act like normal people and socialise.
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    (Original post by Squishy•)
    Lol yeah as long as we say Bismillah 😂
    Don't forget drinking with your right hand.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Well, at least you capitalised the K in kuffar. Much appreciated.
    Damn . Gotta make a quick edit. Won't be a moment...
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    (Original post by Squishy•)
    What do you mean dined out??
    I'm not sure my university has anything like that though to be honest 😫
    We all went to have a dinner buffet! I met loads of cool people and had a really good time. They advertised it on Facebook before freshers week so that we knew what to expect and we all introduced ourselves.
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    (Original post by UnsettlingTruth)
    Islam is a barbaric medieval ideology so just leave it
    Okay wow I'm convinced. Defo gonna leave it now.
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    Oh great, im looking to apply to uni this september but I forgot about all of thism
    I really dont want to get involved with other muslims going against islam as I am muslim myselfm
    Do u think it is harder to do this if you are living on the campus or staying at home
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    (Original post by lailalaila30)
    Oh great, im looking to apply to uni this september but I forgot about all of thism
    I really dont want to get involved with other muslims going against islam as I am muslim myselfm
    Do u think it is harder to do this if you are living on the campus or staying at home
    staying at home will be easier because you would be spending more time with family and away from influence.
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    (Original post by lailalaila30)
    Oh great, im looking to apply to uni this september but I forgot about all of thism
    I really dont want to get involved with other muslims going against islam as I am muslim myselfm
    Do u think it is harder to do this if you are living on the campus or staying at home
    It really depends on your close friend group at uni. Have a good Muslim friend group and your activities will be good.
    If you're really worried then staying at home is the safe option and it can be less hassle too (less cooking, cleaning etc... for you to do).
 
 
 
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