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    Hahahahaha yeah no.


    You'd be 16 after your GCSEs and you want to go to a country torn by civil war, air strikes and a terror group? Are you nuts?
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    i would think you are going to be a terrorist



    better just stick to building wells in africa
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Hahahahaha yeah no.


    You'd be 16 after your GCSEs and you want to go to a country torn by civil war, air strikes and a terror group? Are you nuts?
    I understand the risks but what I would gain from it would be so much better than the risks I know I could die but the joy of helping and doing this far outweighs the risk of my life
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    (Original post by samaad1)
    Hi I'm a british pakistani muslim and I've always wanted to do charity work so I was thinking after my gcses (preditcted a's) I would travel to syria and do some charity work for about two years but I don't want to tell my parents as they would definitely
    not approve what do you think ?
    I totally understand.

    But It's not a good idea.
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    (Original post by TelAviv)
    i would think you are going to be a terrorist



    better just stick to building wells in africa
    I have no intention of that I believe terrorism is the biggest threat to our religion but I don't think at 16 I would be the ideal soldier
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    (Original post by samaad1)
    I understand the risks but what I would gain from it would be so much better than the risks I know I could die but the joy of helping and doing this far outweighs the risk of my life
    As touching as it is, why can't you do charity work here? There's plenty of Islamic charities here that do work abroad.
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    As touching as it is, why can't you do charity work here? There's plenty of Islamic charities here that do work abroad.
    I already raise money for charities like islamic relief etc I want to actually see the work that happens and just help
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    There's Syrians living in the UK but they still wouldn't go to Syria to do charity work. I don't think you should go.
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    Absolutely ridiculous, you could be kidnapped, shot, bombed or maybe MI5 will assume you're a terrorist and apprehend you as you return to the UK.
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    Bruh... are you suicidal? Cos there is help out there :console:
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    (Original post by HaramiSalami)
    Absolutely ridiculous, you could be kidnapped, shot, bombed or maybe MI5 will assume you're a terrorist and apprehend you as you return to the UK.
    yeah I didn't think of that maybe not then really wanted to do this
 
 
 
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