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Yes. There is also another sister who is also involved in answering emails. 

If you want to send something to me personally, you can send me a pm thru this site, shiachat

 

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The brothers registration is now closed for this session. 5 have been verified and approved. 

The registration is still open for the sisters, there are two slots left. Let's say 1 1/2 (There is a sister who is in the process of registering but we haven't received complete information yet). Sisters, this might be your last chance to seize this good opportunity to meet your future spouse !!

For the brothers, I can give brief stats to encourage the sisters. All are single. All live in the US or Canada. 2 are South Asian, 2 Arab, and 1 convert / revert American Brother. 

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Ok,

I waited 40 mins for this "Skype" request invite. I signed up and filled up all the forms. I never got invite. If it was going to be cancel, it would of been nice to be notified. I worked my whole schedule around this. Also, if we plan on being late for every month of these meetings, I rather not be part of this.

I'm very upset. Thank you for wasting nearly a hour of my life.

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Salam, 

I sent you a pm ^ We had some technical issues setting up the first meeting. It was my fault. I was not familiar with how to set up a group conversation on skype. I am attempting to contact all those who registered for the session to see if we can do another one next Friday, Aug 4 at the same time, 9 pm

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We had another session Last night. Went much more smooth than the first one. 

The problem was we couldn't all get on at the same time, like I planned. So we did multiple sessions in smaller groups. 

For those who participated, I am going to be contacting all of you, iA, regarding potential matches. 

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Wow that sounds awesome, I have no job. School is a mess. My personality is a mess. Religious life a mess. I have grudge issues. I don't think it's a good idea for me to get married but ehh I feel jeleous a little. Also kind of worse about all those things I just mentioned. I wish I was more fixed up like some of the brothers getting married. Maybe I should make that kind of project but first I should start with myself as a err.. test subject.

Nice job abu Hadi.

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12 hours ago, Muhammad_1 said:

I think this project only works in US or UK, is there anyone for Muslims all over the world?

Salam. Welcome to ShiaChat. Those who live in western countries might not have any Muslims living near them so they need help in finding a spouse. Those who live in a Muslim country can easily get in touch with people they know to ask for help. Even if they say they can't help, they might provide information about an organization to contact. Surely every mosque has one person who is eager to do a good deed. 

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InshaAllah everything will be fine for everyone if you all show patientce. The creator of the universe and all, Allahسُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى has promised you:

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@Abu Hadi

Hajji, a nice hadith of Imam Muhammad al-Baqir(as) to you:

"Whoever tries to perform the errands and works of the Muslims and eases their difficulties is like the Muslim martyr who might have martyred in the battle of Bader and Uhud."

 

 

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Just now, Laayla said:

What happened to this project?  Is it on the back burner or a work in progress?

Not sure. He completely disappear. I would message him from time to time, but no answer :(

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