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Muslim friend won't talk to me anymore because I have sex watch

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    Honestly.... I think you're a troll...But if you are real sounds like he has a crush on you rather than you actually doing a 'sinful' act.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I think I should add- this guy is from Saudi Arabia and lives there right now. And he agrees with Sharia law and told me he thinks people should be whipped for having sex without being married, and people being stoned etc.
    Careful you might be slipping into troll territory here- giving a potentially false example of an extremist Muslim from a far off land who just happened to be one your best friends.
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    (Original post by Inzamam99)
    Careful you might be slipping into troll territory here- giving a potentially false example of an extremist Muslim from a far off land who just happened to be one your best friends.
    I smell bull**** here.

    I can't really imagine some beardie weirdie just randomly being friends with a British girl.
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    (Original post by Harrifer)
    I smell bull**** here.

    I can't really imagine some beardie weirdie just randomly being friends with a British girl.
    Yeah exactly what I meant.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have/had a friend who was very religious, as in he believed you would be punished after death if you had sex before marriage. I think he thought that I thought the same as him (I am not muslim btw). I got a boyfriend, and I stay over his house, and from that he's kind of guessed that I have sex. He told me it was wrong and hasn't spoken to me since because of it. I have emailed him to ask how he is, but I never get a reply.

    Ugh what do I do? Shall I just forget it and move on?
    Could be jealous. Maybe he liked you?
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    (Original post by Inzamam99)
    Careful you might be slipping into troll territory here- giving a potentially false example of an extremist Muslim from a far off land who just happened to be one your best friends.
    He studied here for a year or so.
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    You can't change his beliefs, even if they are crazy.
    Forget about him.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I think I should add- this guy is from Saudi Arabia and lives there right now. And he agrees with Sharia law and told me he thinks people should be whipped for having sex without being married, and people being stoned etc.

    Trooooooooooooooooll. No way would some jihadi hang out and become best friends with a British girl in a YEARs time and then get pissed that she behaved like a normal teenager. I call BS.


    You lyin'
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    This is what I thought but apparently he wasn't actually joking!

    Guess he missed the fact that the number of Moslems who think of this kind of thing as abhorrent and allow such clashes of cultural ideology to effect the way they treat people/relate to people is a lot lot higher than just about every governmental body put together (never mind MI5) have the resources to address! :rolleyes: hence the crisis of inter-culturalism in the UK and the subsequent admissions concerning the failure of state multiculturalism
    Derp.
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    Meh, we get alot of trolls on TSR, that make silly topics up about muslims, because they enjoy sitting back and watching people critizise them...
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    (Original post by The Stig)
    If he can't comprehend that people have different views and not everyone is like him then you're probably better off without him and he can hang out with more suitable friends who share his views.
    Perhaps he can. Simply disassociating yourself with people who don't share your views or who, to your mind, engage in immoral activity is not evidence of being unable to grasp that they hold some sort of different moral viewpoint.


    (Original post by Inzamam99)
    You are not a Muslim yourself and it's none of his business what others do with their lives.
    Of course it's his business if he is that person's friend. I don't imagine you'd support someone saying "my friend burgles old ladies at the weekend, but that's none of my business and he's still a great friend".
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    As I suspected. Just another thread on TSR intending to go along the Muslim bashing path
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    (Original post by L i b)
    Perhaps he can. Simply disassociating yourself with people who don't share your views or who, to your mind, engage in immoral activity is not evidence of being unable to grasp that they hold some sort of different moral viewpoint.




    Of course it's his business if he is that person's friend. I don't imagine you'd support someone saying "my friend burgles old ladies at the weekend, but that's none of my business and he's still a great friend".
    Surely you must be pragmatic? In your case his/her actions are illegal and harming others. In this they are legal, morally justifiable in this society and personal.
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    it's pretty obvious this is a troll thread, coupled by the many others that try to bash Islam :rolleyes:
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    That's a bit extreme of him tbh. I have muslim friends who have had sex and being a Muslim as well I haven't cut off all contact with them :lolwut:

    Each to their own I guess.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I think I should add- this guy is from Saudi Arabia and lives there right now. And he agrees with Sharia law and told me he thinks people should be whipped for having sex without being married, and people being stoned etc.
    Omg! that's scary...whyy do you even talkkk to himm!!!??
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    (Original post by Uzzy?)
    That's a bit extreme of him tbh. I have muslim friends who have had sex and being a Muslim as well I haven't cut off all contact with them :lolwut:

    Each to their own I guess.
    You mean to say, sex outside the marriage?
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    (Original post by Ferrero Rocher)
    You mean to say, sex outside the marriage?
    Oh right yeh sorry, sex outside marriage.
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    Ahhhh, the silly moron.
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    Im sorry to say, but this is lol
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    If she/he ditches you as a friend because you decided to have sex she/he is not a very good friend.
 
 
 
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