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    This is a very hot topic in the UK, especially when a Muslim guy becomes of that age where marriage is being considered. The title is pretty self explanatory, also when commenting please tell us if you're liberal or not.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    This is a very hot topic in the UK, especially when a Muslim guy becomes of that age where marriage is being considered. The title is pretty self explanatory, also when commenting please tell us if you're liberal or not.
    Right listen yeah.
    I saw this buff Muslim girl at the Chemist bare smiling at me.:smug:

    So I thought let me make my move innit fam.


    So I slyly ask for her number.:yes:

    And all she says is "Nah it's Haram innit gotta ask my parents and that".:eek:
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    Right listen yeah.
    I saw this buff Muslim girl at the Chemist bare smiling at me.http://static.tsrfiles.co.uk/images/smilies/smug.gif

    So I thought let me make my move innit fam.

    So I slyly ask for her number.http://static.tsrfiles.co.uk/images/smilies/yes.gif

    And all she says is "Nah it's Haram innit gotta ask my parents and that"http://static.tsrfiles.co.uk/images/smilies/eek.gif.
    allow it fam
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    allow it fam
    Ignore him :yes:

    He is just a silly little gangster troll :yes:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    allow it fam
    Nah Fam:no:

    Dating is haraam innit.

    You gotta do it the Halal way:angel:

    You know tell the mummy and daddy and that.:yes:
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    (Original post by Event horizon :))
    Ignore him :yes:

    He is just a silly troll :yes:
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    Look who's talking?

    You're the one with mental disorders

    You create a thread then you start conversing with yourself.:laugh:

    Your sad.:sigh:

    AKA Quantroll.
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    (Original post by Event horizon :))
    Ignore him :yes:

    He is just a silly little gangster troll :yes:
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    Btw I'm not little I'm "6" feet tall.:fyi:.
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    Btw I'm not little I'm "6" feet tall.:fyi:.
    nah allow u
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    So this is what is considered a 'hot topic' in the UK these days? :argh:
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    Try to get to know me in a halal way and then go to my father. Lol cos imagine you go to my father first and I'm not even interested :ahee:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    This is a very hot topic in the UK, especially when a Muslim guy becomes of that age where marriage is being considered. The title is pretty self explanatory, also when commenting please tell us if you're liberal or not.
    I'm a Muslim guy and I posted a thread not long ago asking how to approach a girl I'm interested in. She seems like a conservative girl and doesn't speak to boys socially. I got mixed responses from Muslim girls. Some said to talk to her directly(with pure intentions) and others said to consult my friend that knows her through work. Someone said to write a letter/e-mail to her explaining my intentions. I haven't decided what to do yet. All approaches seem really difficult for me as I'm quite shy.
    I wouldn't say I'm liberal, I'm a conservative Muslim. My family are very liberal though, making this a lot harder for me.
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    Best that you speak to the girl first and be friends or smething, approach her as a friend first,who knows that once u get to know her she may not be your type eh lol. I'm muslim too and 21, usually guys approach me and try and be my friends ofcourse, then once they open up u get to know which ones have good intentions and some are just u know different lol. Same goes for boys u get
    To know a girl, she turns out a ***** or whatever but hey ho u tried 😛



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    Best that you speak to the girl first and be friends or smething, approach her as a friend first,who knows that once u get to know her she may not be your type eh lol. I'm muslim too and 21, usually guys approach me and try and be my friends ofcourse, then once they open up u get to know which ones have good intentions and some are just u know different lol. Same goes for boys u get
    To know a girl, she turns out a ***** or whatever but hey ho u tried



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    being a friend is haram, are you okay with that?
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    Being a friend isn't haram how else are u meant to socialise or meet anyone?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm a Muslim guy and I posted a thread not long ago asking how to approach a girl I'm interested in. She seems like a conservative girl and doesn't speak to boys socially. I got mixed responses from Muslim girls. Some said to talk to her directly(with pure intentions) and others said to consult my friend that knows her through work. Someone said to write a letter/e-mail to her explaining my intentions. I haven't decided what to do yet. All approaches seem really difficult for me as I'm quite shy.
    I wouldn't say I'm liberal, I'm a conservative Muslim. My family are very liberal though, making this a lot harder for me.

    Ooh, I would love someone writing letters or sending emails to me. If you're really intested in that girl, ask your your guardian (maybe one of your parent) to accompany you to meet that girl (with that girl being accompanied by her guardian too).

    Meet in a cafe (or anywhere decent), and ask her questions to get to know her (with your guardian and her guardian as the witnesses). As Muslims, we know that it's better to be in a company of two or more when it comes to socialising with the opposite gender.

    At the time of your meeting, ask her anything that you wanted to know. Her favourite colour, routines, property, health, Islamic knowledge etc.

    Well, I could only suggest- up to you I would love being approached that way
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    Being a friend isn't haram ������ how else are u meant to socialise or meet anyone?
    socialising with women that aren't family is haraam, unless theres a wali present.
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