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Ali94

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About Ali94

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    Paladin
  • Birthday 12/19/1994

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    TX, USA
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    Lover of the Prophet and his Ahlul-bayt [PBUT]

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  1. Μan that's nothing, for me it happens freaking every single day. Daily 5 times at least and most of them are way older than me and have kids and not even Muslim so...that sucks. :P You'll get used to it, it happens to everyone to a degree, and you're a teen so I can totally relate, crushes all over the place.
  2. Qawwali is played on gatherings right, so shouldn't that make it haram according to the ruling?
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    Mortal Kombat 10

    Scorpion always finishes him off.
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    Immigration Advice

    This made me laugh! :lol:
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3K-mGWy9iUg 5 Broken Cameras is a 94 minute documentary film co-directed by Palestinian Emad Burnat and Israeli Guy Davidi. It was shown at film festivals in 2011 and placed in general release by Kino Lorber in 2012. 5 Broken Cameras is a first-hand account of protests in Bil'in, a West Bank village affected by the Israeli West Bank barrier. The documentary was shot almost entirely by Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat, who bought his first camera in 2005 to record the birth of his youngest son. In 2009 Israeli co-director Guy Davidi joined the project. Structured around the destruction of Burnat's cameras, the filmmakers' collaboration follows one family's evolution over five years of turmoil.[2] The film won a 2012 Sundance Film Festival award, it won the Golden Apricot at the 2012 Yerevan International Film Festival, Armenia, for Best Documentary Film, and was nominated for a 2012 Academy Award. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5_Broken_Cameras
  6. What's deceitful? I said I will be honest to the person I'm involving now. When getting married for real I'll say the same. What's wrong with that? The intention is to get a green card, not to fool around I said that earlier. How else do you expect me to stay and continue my education? Anyways this is just what I'm considering now. Even I don't like to do this. But I've still got time t think this through this isn't a last minute thing.
  7. Right now that's the only option. If I could get married for real that would be great, but I don't have that much time for that. I'm really saying this is the only option for me at this point. Yeah, I know marriage isn't a toy. But consider this, what if a guy did a temporary marriage with someone for this purpose, what about that? I know it seems really difficult to happen and yeah it is pretty messy, but I'm just asking if islamically is it allowed?
  8. Honestly, I do feel its wrong to do it. If there was any other option for me I would have considered it, no. But I really don't have any choice at this point. This seems to be only way. And yeah, you are right about that. Thanks for pointing out. Well, anyways I'm still thinking about this nothing's for sure now. Thanks for the list. That'll take a while man! Yeah I was told they get very personal. No, just so that I can stay and continue my education. That's it.
  9. That's what I want to know. I have been told we will be interviewed about this. So what kind of questions will be asked? What else do they do to make sure its genuine? Wedding pictures must not be necessary right? Since its not required in the US to do a ceremony.
  10. Salaam to all of you, Hope everyone is doing well. I have a serious question for anyone who are residing in the US. My situation is that I'm a student on an F-1 visa and have been here for quite some time now. I was thinking, is it risky for me to legally marry an American just for a green card? I have a friend who can actually help me get it. I know it is illegal, and it seems wrong to me, but I know a guy who has gone through getting his green card and was telling me that this can work for me. And my time period is going to end soon, so not much choice. I need your opinion on this, anyone who has gone through this process. How risky is it? And how exactly is the marriage process here? I would really appreciate some help on this. Thank You.
  11. Salaam everyone, Just came across this video. Watch it, its really sad to see the reaction of people. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XPjQrQs3JY
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