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    what is wrong with you? you're in a professional environment no guy is interested in you. You're working to perfect a group project, grow up.
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    might as well drop out
    ...of life

    if you can't interact in at least a professional manner with a member of the opposite sex imo

    - a practising Muslim girl
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    I worked with 5 males when I started my course and I'm on a male dominated course so that's expected.

    What's the worst thing you're going to do, go to the library, go over lecture notes and assign tasks to people?

    This thread is a joke and so stupid. I can't believe your mentality is so backward and illogical.
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    You are studying in the UK. We are not a muslim country. If you cannot work within the society and structures that we have then you would be better served by attending a university in a country more suited to your customs and way of life. I believe there are several universities in Saudi Arabia which could easily accommodate your request. However, whilst you are attending a British university, and receiving taxpayer funding for it, you abide by their rules, not yours. That includes labelling threads on a public forum as 'muslim only'. It doesn't work like that here.
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    (Original post by z33)
    might as well drop out
    ...of life

    if you can't interact in at least a professional manner with a member of the opposite sex imo

    - a practising Muslim girl
    Absolutely agree.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    To all those I've quoted- JZK for your help.
    The rest I've ignored lol
    Surprisingly I've never been in this situation before so needed to clarify some stuff.
    I've got want I wanted, may Allah bless you.
    Ahh yes continue to bask in ignorance. God knows what made you pick uni.
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    (Original post by will'o'wisp)
    Not you xD

    The OP
    Oh hahah alright - i was like WHAT MATE GET REKT
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    Absolutely forbidden, that's 50 lashes.
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    Why is this for Muslims only?
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Why is this for Muslims only?
    Because the guy thinks he's disobeying his religion if he socialises with guys at uni lmao. It's for a project as well, feel sorry for the people who have to work with him.


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    (Original post by tajtsracc)
    I think the OP is a girl
    I don't know why I wrote that she was a guy. I knew she was a girl too. Clearly wasn't thinking when I wrote that.


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    Looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oool
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    (Original post by Ishax)
    I worked with 5 males when I started my course and I'm on a male dominated course so that's expected.

    What's the worst thing you're going to do, go to the library, go over lecture notes and assign tasks to people?

    This thread is a joke and so stupid. I can't believe your mentality is so backward and illogical.
    You might not think there is anything wrong with it but in Islam it is forbidden for a woman to be friendly with a man who is not her family member or husband.
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    (Original post by JavaScriptMaster)
    Why is this for Muslims only?
    A non-Muslim wouldn't understand this issue and would just dismiss it or not give any helpful Islamic advice so it's better if Muslims answer the question
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    Is this serious or are you just trolling rn???


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    (Original post by BigTraderBoi)
    You might not think there is anything wrong with it but in Islam it is forbidden for a woman to be friendly with a man who is not her family member or husband.
    Is it the same for men too?

    This whole thread is stupid, you have to communicate and be friendly with men during education and at work. She should just stay at home and becomes housewife.
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    (Original post by Ishax)
    Is it the same for men too?

    This whole thread is stupid, you have to communicate and be friendly with men during education and at work. She should just stay at home and becomes housewife.
    Yes it's the same for men. You can communicate but you can't be friendly with the other sex. The problem with communication is that it can lead to the two people becoming friends.
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    (Original post by BigTraderBoi)
    Yes it's the same for men. You can communicate but you can't be friendly with the other sex. The problem with communication is that it can lead to the two people becoming friends.
    Isnt it about intentions tho lets say your talking to a female with no intention of doing anything forbidden im sure its fine


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    (Original post by BigTraderBoi)
    Yes it's the same for men. You can communicate but you can't be friendly with the other sex. The problem with communication is that it can lead to the two people becoming friends.
    Your mentality is so backward and illogical, it's quite shocking.

    What if her lecturer is a male then what? 🙄
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    (Original post by BigTraderBoi)
    Yes it's the same for men. You can communicate but you can't be friendly with the other sex. The problem with communication is that it can lead to the two people becoming friends.
    And that's a bad thing how? Does it mean they'll end up sleeping together?
 
 
 
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