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  1. That is really something to worry about, where have you read this ?
  2. I was never a fan of this or Zanjeer Zani, but the people who do this to themselves, do it in love for Imam Hussain (Alaihissalam). They want to show that, if they were there during the battle of Karbala, they would've sacrificed their lives in order to save our Imam. So we can't actually say that they're are wrong, it's up to Allah Taala to judge them. They can do whatever they want to themselves, but they shouldn't do that to childeren.....that is just wrong.
  3. Hussain Zindabad is one of my faves too, it's such an old Nauha. I love the part where he says: Yazid zinda rehke Murdabad hogaya, Hussain sar kata ke Zindabad hogaya! There is also another Nauha of him which I love, yeh chand tarey. Do you know that one ? I listen to Nadeem Sarwar also all the time, he is my favourite Nauha khawan :)
  4. You and I have been raised in an western environment where it's actually necessary to look at each other while communicating. When someone talks to you and let's say you are not making eye contact while they talk, they'll think that you're not interested in what they're saying. That's why it's natural for us to look at someone when they're saying something....understanding their facial expressions. But understand that the Islam prohibites us from looking at the opposite sex. There is a reason why Allah Subhan Wa Taala says in the Quran; “(O’ Prophet!) Say to the believing men that they cast down their looks and guard their private parts - that is purer for them; surely Allah is aware of what they do. And say to the believing women that they cast down their looks…” Al-Qur’an · Surah al-Nur · Ayat 30-31
  5. Oh haha in that way....I didn't even see that she typed something in Farsi :P I can only speak it by the way...not read it Celest :)
  6. Have you played it yet ? Tell me how it is, maybe I'll go back to my old ways haha If you are stuck, you really have to use your brains really hard, only then you'll get out of it. That's the fun in it...solving :)
  7. Violent games are not really my thing, I prefer "games" where I can think calmly and use my brain like Sudoku, Mahjong, Swedish puzzels, 2048 and Candy Crush etc :)I used to play games like Call Of Duty, Midnight Race and Gran Turismo etc few years ago but somehow I always got irritated by that and "violent", thats why I stopped playing :P
  8. Let me guess: Call of Duty ?
  9. I am going also for the same :) Why don't you start playing :P
  10. Do we have lovers of the famous game Candy Crush Saga ? I'm so addicted with this, day and night I play this. It's like when I blink with me eyes, the only thing I see is how to make a combo with the candy's :P I know, very lame but still hah I'm now at level 251
  11. @hasanhh Haha, waaaayyy to explanatory :P I know the meaning of hmmm, trust me. I use it sometimes and thats why I only wanted to know if your hmmm was in a good way or a different way :)
  12. I understand your point, you're absolutely right. But the barriers aren't only there because we don't want to get distracted by other things but it's also there because Islam doesn't allow mixing. Well, it does allow mixing to a certain point. Let's take the example of the prayers with the Holy prophet. Men and woman were indeed mixed but when the prayers were done, the prophet waited till the women went outside first and went afterwards. If these procedures and precautions were prescribed and adhered to in a mosque, which is a pure place of worship where people are as far away as they ever are from the arousal of desire and temptation, then no doubt the same procedures need to be followed even more rigorously at other places. Do you agree? I respect your opinion :) But what I dont understand is why is it relevant to look at the girl who asks the question ? Men and women should refrain looking at each other, right? Verse No. 53 of Surat al-Ahzab, or the Confederates (Interpretation of the meaning); "...for anything ye want, ask them from before a screen: that makes for greater purity for your hearts and for theirs..." In explaining this Verse, Ibn Kathir (May Allaah have mercy on him) said: "Meaning, as I forbade you to enter their rooms, I forbid you to look at them at all. If one wants to take something from a woman, one should do so without looking at her. If one wants to ask a woman for something, the same has to be done from behind a screen."
  13. There also isn't even a particular verse in the Quran about mixing but I think we all know that Islam discourages mixing, right?
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