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how old are you
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Have you changed any of your habits after converting from Islam?
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19.
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Have you changed any of your habits after converting from Islam?
Weirdly, not as much as I expected. I guess it's the constant conditioning of having to act in a certain way (adopting fardh/following the sunnah). I don't ever look at labels for non-halal ingredients anymore, but I haven't told any friends/family yet and I still live at home so I eat pretty much the same things I ate before.
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WHAT made you leave islam
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WHAT made you leave islam
A build up of things that just didn't sit right with me. One main aspect that I couldn't understand was the fact that God was all-knowing, most forgiving etc, and everyone's life is determined before they are born. Essentially, God 'created' non Muslim humans knowing they would never enter heaven, which is absolutely absurd (e.g. a person born as a Hindu would be classed as a Kaafir/non-believer who would never enter heaven if he died as a Hindu, which God planned to happen anyway). A few other things, but this was the main reason.
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Nah, I was born into a Muslim family.
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A build up of things that just didn't sit right with me. One main aspect that I couldn't understand was the fact that God was all-knowing, most forgiving etc, and everyone's life is determined before they are born. Essentially, God 'created' non Muslim humans knowing they would never enter heaven, which is absolutely absurd (e.g. a person born as a Hindu would be classed as a Kaafir/non-believer who would never enter heaven if he died as a Hindu, which God planned to happen anyway). A few other things, but this was the main reason.
they where not lucky[ the kaafir] to be born into a muslim family, u where lucky and blessed with and now you are wasting it.
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they where not lucky[ the kaafir] to be born into a muslim family, u where lucky and blessed with and now you are wasting it.
How sweet of you!

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they where not lucky[ the kaafir] to be born into a muslim family, u where lucky and blessed with and now you are wasting it.
So God decided that they weren't worthy of heaven before they were born? As if we needed any more evidence that Allah is the most merciful ey?
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they where not lucky[ the kaafir] to be born into a muslim family, u where lucky and blessed with and now you are wasting it.
lmao
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they where not lucky[ the kaafir] to be born into a muslim family, u where lucky and blessed with and now you are wasting it.
You clearly do not grasp the concept of theological determinism.
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do you think pigs are cute? :ahee:

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do you think pigs are cute? :ahee:

Yes, I do find baby pigs adorable. It's weird, when I was younger I was taught about how disgusting a creature it is and we must never eat pork, but that lamb/chicken were cool. Y the pig hate yo?
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Which manhaj were you upon ?

Where you sunni or shia ?
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Do your parents know you no longer follow the religion of islam, and if so how did they react
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Yes, I do find baby pigs adorable. It's weird, when I was younger I was taught about how disgusting a creature it is and we must never eat pork, but that lamb/chicken were cool. Y the pig hate yo?
:woo:YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAY :woo:


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I agree! y the pig hate yo? :cry2:
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Which manhaj were you upon ?

Where you sunni or shia ?
Hanafi, and Sunni.
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