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  1. True, in HS they had uniforms of shorts and shirts, but I would wear sweats, long shirts, and long sleeves---> quite modest in my opinion. I still play soccer, but I don't need to wear leggings, shorts or whatever to play like Mo Salah. . In all honesty it is possible to play soccer in a dress too, but for basketball idk. I wouldn't do swimming of course in public.
  2. Yes that's is a good thing. Sports etc. is very good in my opinion-- advocating for human health etc. I am quite proud of that, but not advocating makeup, seriously :P
  3. Surprisingly, I am in the same year. Nothing wrong to take time off its called "gap year" in the states. As a "futuremedstudent" they seem to keep instilling all students to take a gap year to explore the world or whatever (fundamentally to develop as a wise person). I think of it as wanting to take a gap year. In my opinion though I would take a gap year after graduation but that might be useless if one does not graduate (due to whatever reason). Double major/ minor? Backup plans is a good idea of which I do not have one other than gap year . Or open a business as a hobby using computer engineering knowledge (design/ code website etc.).
  4. I'll be lying if I said I know 100% of anything. That girl in of itself is not promoting fasad- that is a bit absurd-- the ideology is promoting fasad-- the notion that anyone can choose what to make permissible and what is not permissible is fasad. I definitely understand that you are confused which is completely alright, by all means I understand why you are confused because in reality everything is confusing. I question a lot of things, but when given facts and logical evidence I become sound. It is not good to stay confused forever. I would never tell people what is the proper hijab because I don't know. Everyone has their own interpretations of what is hijab based on what sounds logical to them and that is between them and God. I agree with telling people to wear proper hijab is fasad, because it is not following the rules that religion is not compulsory. The truth can get muddled with everything that is why people of this era have the largest trial of all mankind. The old days during the prophet's time was much easier to follow the right path in my opinion. I agree with no one knows the real truth because no one does. There is no one to ascertain the truth. Only our minds and logic and evidence. That is why every human being must study and reason with logic.
  5. One is not forced to become a "hijabi". There is no compulsion in religion there is Quranic evidence to back that up. If one does not want to wear hijab their choice. As for equating to fasad-- yes of course. There are so called Muslims causing trouble around the world because they call themselves Muslims-- even though any rational person would not think of them to be Muslim. Fasad or corruption in English terms can be something really simple or huge, because simple issues rise to larger issues-- that is overall the concept of corruption. There are actually you tube videos online where people pretend they are hijabis and people legitimately believe them--who do haram acts which I will not discuss. Now you may say a beauty pageant is not haram well I can say participating in music videos is not haram too then. You see that's how corruption starts. I am actually surprised this topic/ discussion is still continued.
  6. Interested to know what your interests are in academia/ line of work! Personally I study science as a Futuremedstudent
  7. That is also possible, it is actually best to study oneself and find the truth. But, I hold in believing in experts or I wouldn't study years to become a doctor if no one took my word for anything.
  8. These are certainly good questions and iA the ones that will lead you to the correct path as well. Please check out this link: http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa1078. Of course there are probably many more sources for more info on this. A questioning nature is great is we should all reflect and follow the correct path iA. Edit: the best analogy I found here is that people always go to experts for whatever cause; if for medical reason one goes to a doctor and I presume people take their word for it.
  9. Don't think that I don't know about drugs and mental illness-- that is my specialty and i'm not going there. My point was made.
  10. First research how corruption starts look into history then you will know. Do you think Islam benefits in any way whatsoever in this matter? Is it not oppressive that silent Muslim women out there are unable to publicize what their version of hijab is? This particular contestant is exercising power and oppression over other Muslim women to act like her to be successful and that is what tyranny is. It sets standards for what other Muslim women should act and be like which the majority of Muslim women disagree with if I must say so myself.
  11. Partly right, the offensive aspect is on point. Although, I believe it promotes western's ideology of fasad though that is my personal opinion--as I have previous explained in past posts. Fasad could be subjective for people with differences in beliefs so I would not oust people on it.
  12. That is right. Anything can really be called into question of ones faith in reality. I did repeat many times that judging is bad. And of course a lot of people including myself have done stupid stuff but at least not publicize for the whole world to get influenced by it. There is a reason why Allah swt sends down tests. Reflection never hurt anyone and if anything that model should reflect on what she has done-- agree?
  13. Same thing no matter how trivial something seems. The concept of tyranny and corruption is there. You know what if it was not publicized I don't think anyone would give a danish.
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