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    I really love the rain best time to make Dua. Alhamdulilah
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    (Original post by h333)
    Lol bless I was just messing with you. Tbh I don't really mind.....it is the UK lol. Btw I am off to see a new born baby so will be busy.
    Aww cute! Have fun x

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    I prefer this weather, without the rain of course.
    Nah I'm the opposite.
    You were texting in lesson :O

    (Original post by OGGUS)
    I really love the rain best time to make Dua. Alhamdulilah
    Oh yeah true, I'll give you that.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Aww cute! Have fun x


    Nah I'm the opposite.
    You were texting in lesson :O



    Oh yeah true, I'll give you that.

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    I didn't go today lol, and anyways I'm just observing so I can if I want :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)
    I didn't go today lol, and anyways I'm just observing so I can if I want :rolleyes:
    I've always wondered what your avatar says
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    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    I've always wondered what your avatar says
    It's a quote by Umar(ra):

    "I fear the day when the disbelievers are proud of their falsehood and the muslims and shy of their faith"

    I think that day has come.

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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)
    I didn't go today lol, and anyways I'm just observing so I can if I want :rolleyes:
    Tut tut what a bad example.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Tut tut what a bad example.

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    Make sure you practise your sarf, you should be saying it in your sleep!

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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)


    Make sure you practise your sarf, you should be saying it in your sleep!

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    Lol yeah like his wife XD
    Today was really good though.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Lol yeah like his wife XD
    Today was really good though.

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    Yep, but seriously it will help sooo much.

    That's good then alhamdulillah.

    Did you do mawsoof/sifa?

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    (Original post by s_ahmed2)
    Yep, but seriously it will help sooo much.

    That's good then alhamdulillah.

    Did you do mawsoof/sifa?

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    Yeah it just rolls off the tongue now.

    No, tawseefee.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Yeah it just rolls off the tongue now.

    No, tawseefee.

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    Great

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Yeah it just rolls off the tongue now.

    No, tawseefee.

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    You speak/study Arabic?
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    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    You speak/study Arabic?
    I've studied it half my life (I feel like an old person saying that lol) but never took it seriously up until now.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    I've studied it half my life (I feel like an old person saying that lol) but never took it seriously up until now.

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    Do tell me you love it
    Also do you just read study material or do you read outside of that as well
    And I'm in the same case as you I never took it too seriously till recently
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    (Original post by Al-farhan)
    Do tell me you love it
    Also do you just read study material or do you read outside of that as well
    And I'm in the same case as you I never took it too seriously till recently
    Ofc. That's why I've chosen to study it

    Well I have a grammar book I've been reading recently which is quite good. But I asked my teacher today on a good grammar book, and he gave me one but he said he wouldn't recommend reading the books since they're really dry, you should just do exercises instead and get lots of practice from that.

    Lets make the most of this opportunity now

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    I miss the hot weather

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    I hate hot weather so much. I wouldnt mind it if it wasnt as humid.
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    (Original post by BasharAssad)
    Is one still a muslim if he doesn't pray? I ask as i haven't prayed in about 7 years apart from eid twice a year
    Scholars differ on this issue.

    Some say if one abandons prayer out of laziness then he is a disbeliever and left the fold of Islam.

    Others say that leaving Salah out of laziness does not take one out of the fold of Islam.
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    (Original post by MaybeItsSaeed)
    I hate hot weather so much. I wouldnt mind it if it wasnt as humid.
    What kind of Arab are you ?
    It's more humid when it rains. This weather is depressing.

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    Asalaama'alaikum,

    There are a number of things in the deen that I do not agree with morally, things that I imagine many others may find difficult but don't acknowledge or put much thought into it. These won't be new things for many of you who have discussed them with others online.

    1. Apostasy. I do not believe anyone should be sentenced to death for not believing in the Quran and the Surah of the Nabi (saw). Full stop.

    2. I do not believe adulterers deserve the death penalty. Killing does not prevent it or teach us anything about it other than to prescribe violent death onto something.

    3. I cannot accept the idea that Aisha (ra) may have been only nine when she consummated her marriage. I cannot justify or reconcile that notion as moral in any way.

    In regards to the above three, I have heard a variety of interpretations for them but I put it to you simply, assuming for the sake of argument that I have interpreted the above correctly, have I left the fold of Islam?
 
 
 
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