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  1. AS I want to adress this problem as well. I've grown to like my hijab but I don't quite understand its true meaning. I've alway hated it, especially when I was younger. I never really enjoyed wearing it and it was a nightmare for me to explain why I did so when non-muslim got curious about it. I never truly believe in its relevance and are only wearing it for the sake of my very old parents who would be very disappointed if they saw me outside without it. This is why I believe that there is a lot of misunderstanding regarding this issue. Males and females have the same understand
  2. Masha'Allah, may Allah protect your daughters. Thanks for the answer. - I'll never think about such marriage. Looking for boys in public, is too desperate and unprofessional. My intentions about going out, is not to look after boys, but to be social.
  3. But what could happen? I just feel different among my muslim friends. :(
  4. Shopping, have fun, be social. Why shouldn't all that be any ''real purpose''? I don't know how old you are, but if you are older than 20, did you go out or do you go out with your friends?
  5. I don't know why they shouldn't know where their children are?
  6. What about her friends' secrets and photos of them without hijab?
  7. AS. I think you should learn to love yourself first. Try to enjoy your own company and learn how great loneliness is. - yes, it sounds strange, but you should really try to enjoy the time you have left being single. Be creative, study, have fun with friends and family, try to make the best out of your young age. Marriage will come, sooner or later. I don't say you have to give up on finding a spouse, but rather search and have fun meanwhile. Trust Allah and be patient. :D
  8. Thank you for the warm welcoming, brother. In Scandinavia, people aren't that outgoing and chatty when it comes to strangers. We consider it as an insult if someone start talking randomly to us, so there's no one really flirting around or asking for numbers etc. When I used to go to the mall with my friends, it was just to hang around, shop, look at things we would buy. We don't communicate with anyone, unless we know them really well. It's not like my parents don't trust me, they just don't trust the people out there and the muslim community's prejudices. And i'm actually getting tired
  9. I talk about young unmarried ladies living in the West. - Europe for example. Some think it's not okay, because it can destroy the reputation of the family. Some even says it's haram. I don't see any point in not allow them to go out? Is it a cultural thing, or has it something to do with Islam, too? WS.
  10. AS. Can anyone tell me, if it shouldn't be allowed to go out, as a young unmarried lady? I refer specifically to trips to the mall, coffee shops and shopping with friends. Is it permissible? Can you possibly refer to a source? Thank you. WS.
  11. I know, younger scholars don't ask people to follow them, but they make some speeches and give advice. Should I take it from them?
  12. AS. I just want to know, if every scholars is flawless? I know they're humans and not Prophets or Imams, but scholars who wears a tuban must be something close to perfect. They must act that way at least. But how to trust them? Especially if they're young. What if they're forced to do what they're doing, because of family pressure and expectations? How can I take advices from them or listen to their speeches? Ws.
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