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In the Name of God بسم الله

maghrebishia

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  1. So I was thinking the other day how the Prophet Nuh (as) lived for 950 years, and how in today's age that's impossible. What do you think made the human population's lifespan shorter? How do you think people aged during that time - was 350 years old equivalent to someone who's 30 right now? When exactly did the lifespan of humans start decreasing significantly?
  2. I don't see how it's wrong because you're just writing it out phonectically in English anyway so as long as the meaning has come across the change of spelling wouldn't really matter I suppose? Since technically if you're typing it out using English letters it would be "wrong". Whatever makes you feel comfortable though just thought to make that a little clear!
  3. Implementing the patience and behaviour of the Prophet (saw) and the Ahlul Bayt is a pathway to success in this dunya and akhirah...also there's always so much to learn about the Qur'an and the Ahlul Bayt that you will constantly be learning something new and gaining knowledge in your entire lifetime. Practising your akhlaq like the Ahlul Bayt possessed and gaining knowledge from all aspects of life will always make you successful despite any hardships along the way.
  4. Well it could be that you are either lactose intolerant or allergic to dairy? I am lactose intolerant so I don't consume dairy products such as cheese/milk etc. and just find alternatives for it instead or lacto-free products. Around 65% of the human population is lactose intolerant so it wouldn't be surprising if it hurts other people's health too. But yeah it's perfectly fine to do what you want and what you think is best for your health!
  5. Allah won't judge unjustly against people who are ignorant or incapable of understanding His religion. Kufr (Disbelief) is when someone who has faced the truth, knows the truth, and decides to turn away from it. So it's very plausible that non-Muslims will go to Jannah!
  6. You're not exactly born heterosexual either, sexual attraction doesn't happen until you become conscious of it either in childhood or adolescence. It's not a choice, otherwise why would someone who is gay or bi decide to be oppressed and bullied for the way they are? Hence why many are in the closet, especially gay/bi muslims. To be gay isn't a sin of itself. It's a feeling and a part of who you are. It's the action in itself (romantic relationships or sodomy etc.) that develops into a sin, which is completely different. It's like saying someone who is heterosexual and wants to be in a relationship, the actual thought of it isn't sinful. However, if you engage into a romantic relationship prior to marriage, that's where you fall into sin. Thoughts and feelings do not dictate your sins, it's the actions that do. Otherwise we'd all be drowning in our sins if that was the case lol And Allah knows best.
  7. It doesn't go against Islam to be vegan, but it isn't impermissible to eat halal meat. If you want to be ethical about it, you can easily buy free-range eggs, or dairy from local farms where you know the animals are treated fairly. Same with the halal meat, research where the butcher actually gets their meat from and if anything you can go to a farm which slaughters halal meat and get it from there (my dad usually does this). But yeah if you want to get into veganism it doesn't go against Islam at all lol
  8. We can go back to the tafsir of this verse: Going to the commentary of the verses 28-32: From my understanding what we can conclude from this is that Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì requests that the Holy Prophet (saw) to "release" those wives who's intentions are unclean to keep him and his Ahlul Bayt in constant purification. Hopefully this makes sense and if anyone can further expand on this it would be great.
  9. Walaykoum Asalam, Try joining a sports club because it involves a lot of teamwork and you'll need to communicate so it will be easier to make friends then. Just a side note though, high school is really overrated when it comes to 'making friends' or finding the right people. The so-called popularity that goes on during those years will have little importance once you finish, it really is just a world of its own that's unimportant later on in life so don't worry if you're not able to fit in. Inshallah you will make the right friends in time!
  10. I'm not married but a few of my cousins have been through this predicament and to be honest it's not great. Thing is, the in-laws or your parents can be great, but people underestimate how someone's minor behaviours may affect everyone else in the household. These minor behaviours may be weird or unpleasant to some people in the household, and it's uncomfortable to mention/brings unwanted tension. Especially in the first year of marriage, you wouldn't want a family issue to be in the way on top of not having enough privacy and just discovering each other's habits and real core behaviour. Even when it comes to marital arguments the parents may be involved and cause a stir when it's not necessary. In short, it's best not to.
  11. Try to achieve a goal whether it's about religion or not. For example: make a goal that by the end of this month you'll be able to learn a few new phrases in a new language, or that you'll memorise a surah in the Qur'an and decipher its tafsir. Once you have a goal you can build up from there and hopefully the restlessness will subside because you're occupying yourself with more important things.
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