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In the Name of God بسم الله

maryamjfr

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  1. Thank you to everyone for the honest advice and opinions. Honestly if I were to find a Shia man with these qualities then of course I would prefer that, however I haven't met or been proposed to by such men yet even though I know they do exist. Maybe thats due to my age, I'm still quite on the young side. We are living in different countries so in terms of meeting in real life and having physical contact I won't be sinning even though being in this sort of relationship is still not permissible, i know that very well. I have talked to him regarding our future and children and he said he would n
  2. Assalamualaikum brothers and sisters, From the title you can see the issue I am currently stuck with. I have met a sunni man and hope to get to know him better before we get married. We both started talking casually and there was no flirting. We talked about our families, issues, future plans of marriage, qualities we wish our future spouses would have. After a while, I realised he ticked so many of the boxes for the qualities of my future husband. I really saw potential in him which I never saw in anyone else before. When I told him how I felt, he was really relieved and said he felt the
  3. Thank you to everyone for the replies. It's truly interesting to see it from so many views and finding out things I didn't know before. At the moment as @Son of Placid mentioned, I am viewing everyone as equal humans with an equal chance of entering heaven whether they are religious or not. My current view is that we shall be judged for all our wrongdoings and good deeds. I am not convinced that non-believers and non-muslim theists will not enter heaven. I have seen many people, so have you, who pray and are theists but their actions and behaviour bring pain and discomfort to people...
  4. Salaam, I have seen a lot of articles even by non-islamic media and fitness people saying that fasting is a great way to improve your health. It reduces the chance of getting Type 2 diabetes/Insulin Resistance. It gives your digestive system a break from digestion so more energy will be going into repairing cells and removing toxins from cells. Since your body has no "food" to digest, it will stat digesting the stored fat in your body which is good if you want to lose weight. The body digests fat which contains ketones, our brain gets it energy (ATP) from ketone bodies normally anyway but
  5. Assalamualaikum everyone, This is my first post on Shiachat so lets see how it goes. Today I spoke to two friends about Islam again. They are both agnostic, one used to be a practising Christian, the other a Buddhist. We talked about religions and Islam and none of us seem to see eye to eye about most of it. What I got stuck on during our discussion is: How are non-believers/kafirs treated in Islam, particularly on Judgement Day? My knowledge is limited but I would like to learn more too about this, as its quite a relevant topic for non-muslims. Personally, I would like to beli
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