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  1. What do think about demonstrations in Iran

    Bruh, this longing for home for many Iranians is because they want an Islamic environment. Not little Iran in some borough in Stockholm where they act like surface level Iranians but adopt Swedish mannerisms. I don't expect you to ever understand the mentality of Muslim immigrants nor will you be able to. So kindly don't pretend to know. Many of us here are immigrants and the children of such immigrants, just to let you know. And dude, this is assimilationism. Is this what you want? Since ain't nobody here wants this, safe for "cultural muslims". And how do you think us Muslims feel when the Muslim world is becoming increasingly westernized? Clearly that does not bother you but it bothers us. So quit your complaining. The day you want immigrants in Sweden to stop changing your culture is the same day I expect you to also tell westerners and even Muslims to stop being westernized and westernizing the Muslim world. You speak of Swedish culture being irreversibly changed, well God knows just how irreversibly changed the Muslim world is due to westernization. And if you don't think this is a bad thing then you are a part of the problem and frankly you of all people should be the last person to complain of Swedish culture being changed. And just like how you might say that westernization of the Muslim world brought "good" I can say that Islamification of the West and Sweden brings good fruits even if you don't want to recognize it.
  2. What do think about demonstrations in Iran

    Yeah but both are secular. So both must be good for you in some sense. I hear Chinese secularism is just as good as Swedish secularism. Lol, do you actually live in the West? Here is an article to show how appreciative westerners are about criticism of their governments https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.teenvogue.com/story/fight-racism-model-minority-yassmin-abdel-magied/amp Maybe you can get away with criticism of western governments but especially us Muslims ain't got that social freedom without folks shouting us down or threatening us, telling us to go back from where we came, you get the picture. And also I see you missed the point entirely of my last post. There ARE examples of countries where people's bellies are full and they have good living conditions but are also apathetic to what their government does. And nowadays with the resurgence of nationalism the West is slowly going to become more totalitarian. First the patriot act, then...
  3. What do think about demonstrations in Iran

    True. But I meant on a social level. If you look at our parents generation (which composes the bulk of immigrants and refugees) they don't "like" the social atmosphere of the West. And for many of them they truly desire to live in a Muslim country that has a good economy, good education, and good opportunities, and an Islamic environment. For Sunnis this might be KSA, UAE, gulf countries, etc. For shias the options are very much limited though. Heck, my own mother and father who work in the West dream of being able to live and work in Iran. But due to current economic issues in Iran that dream is far off for now. Now as for our generation is a different question. Since our generation is one that is contradictory, obsessed with identity politics, and above all else try to one up each other to see who can assimilate the best. And while our generation likes to claim that "Islam is first" we will throw away Islam in favor of western culture.
  4. What do think about demonstrations in Iran

    Oh so now you are picking favourites? And there is no invalid form of secularism. Which means the secularism of the British Empire is no better than the secularism of the UK. And if you looked at history folks that lived in these colonialist countries were just as happy as today. So not much has changed. As long as people have full bellies and a good roof over their heads they could care less what their government does.
  5. What do think about demonstrations in Iran

    Actually Europe has become more violent since the advent of secularism and colonialism. If you look at this map ( http://battles.nodegoat.net/viewer.p/23/385/scenario/3/geo/fullscreen) you will notice Europe was less violent and comparatively peaceful during catholic rule vs when secularism emerged. And I can show you surveys of Muslims living in the middle East who prefer Islamic rule to secular rule. (In case you didn't realize the middle East has had its fair share of dictatorial secular leaders like Mubarak, the shahs, etc. And the Arab spring should tell you that the middle East is finally shedding off its secular dictators. Also do you really want to know why Muslims come to the west? I can tell you it has jack to do with secularism, western culture, etc. Instead it is all about $$$$$$$$$$ and education. That's it. Nothing else. I literally know Muslims who are living in Sweden and trying to move to the USA to make more money with their degree. Heck, if you actually look at immigration patterns most Muslims immigrate to Muslim countries that are economically better ( UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, etc.). Oh and compared to the number of Syrian refugees Turkey and Jordan have(Turkey has 3million+ Syrian refugees and Jordan has about 1 million refugees) countries like Sweden seem like crybabies when it comes to immigration. However you have to understand that most immigrants have limited options when it comes to immigration so they take what they can get. And they don't pick favorites. They take what they get.
  6. What do think about demonstrations in Iran

    I think homie at this point is willfully ignorant.
  7. SAUDI ARABIA - MOST RAPED COUNTRY IN THE WORLD

    Umm, while I dislike KSA. I think that rape is as much of an epidemic in western countries as well. Also I was reading up on the dynamics of the case involving the married woman. Apparently she confessed to having an affair, but the question is was this affair mutual or coercive? Since the other guy threatened to release pictures of her if she didn't comply with him.
  8. #JusticeforZainab

    Unfortunately things are just as worse in India. Me thinks Pakistan needs to go through an Islamic revolution for the country to give due justice to its people.
  9. The Attachments (Risks) in Mutah marriage

    Here is a Gucci video about Mutah.
  10. Are there any Mutah networks?

    Gucci advice. But also I am not asking for myself. I am asking because when people here confess their desires and we tell them "do mutah" with the expectation that they just walk into a masjid and figure things out is easier said than done. Marriage is one thing but Mutah is another. Since there is a huge cultural stigma against Mutah, there is an extremely low chance you will find a woman in the masjid who wants to do Mutah, mainly due to cultural bias. My mother has narrated to me too many stories of men who do what you say only to turn up empty because many women have a stigma against Mutah. Even when scholars would act as the middle man for the guy and girl. But the internet seems to sift out cultural biases so there is a higher chance of success online than offline with Mutah.
  11. Are there any Mutah networks?

    Aight. Appreciate it my G.
  12. Are there any Mutah networks?

    Well I am one to talk online the same way I talk in real life. And I at least appreciate people staying on topic versus going on tangents and making everyone forget what the initial post was all about. Heck, had this discussion went on to become two pages then I guarantee you and most members here would have forgotten entirely what the initial post was all about. And that ain't good.
  13. Are there any Mutah networks?

    Oh my god guys, just answer my question. I asked about Mutah networks vis a via marriage networks. All I want to know is do they exist in the same official capacity (online or offline) as marriage networks do?
  14. Salaam, So recently I have been seing some posts about muslims struggling with their desires. And of course the sunnah advises us to reccomend temporary marriage. And many members here then rightfully advise mutah. However, I think one of the biggest hurdles to doing Mutah is finding and then convincing a woman to do Mutah with. However, I was curious to know if there was either an online or offline "Mutah network" that function similarly to marriage networks and take the guessing game out of temporary marriage. Perhaps we should pin this discussion so we can redirect others who struggle with their desires to proper resources.
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