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sakina.roses

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  1. JazakAllah khayr everyone for your comments; I appreciated hearing your reactions. By oppressive third world country... I think you know which country I mean. Yes, it does somewhat depend on the husband's family and the specific location where the couple would live. In this particular instance, it would be in a location that has a good mix of foreigners. But life is still quite restricted for a woman, and systemic oppression against religious minorities is deeply entrenched. For me personally, I've always been open to going to the Middle East to live (even that particular country), at
  2. wa alaykum salaam, thanks for your response Would you mind sharing why? (I'm quite familiar with the countries in the ME, but I'm curious about your personal thoughts).
  3. Salaam alaykum. (I am actually not a new member, but I haven't been on in a long time and forgot my login info). Question for you all: if you were approached for marriage by a pious mo'min who is an excellent match for you BUT wants you to leave your country (US, or any other first world country) to permanently live in his country (3rd world middle eastern country that oppresses women and minorities), would you accept? Why or why not? Curious to see what others think. (side note: obviously istikhara is a good solution if one is really torn, but I'm curious to know your initial re
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