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Zellali

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    Pakistan
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    Shi'a Islam
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  1. I agree. My parents don't. I'm tired of arguing with them and everytime them suddenly thinking of me being influenced by this "toxic liberal" thinking and becoming suffocated by them trying to "get her back towards religion". Also, I've read everything else you are saying and you are right. I know all this. That's why I wrote in the end, I know I will move on he will move on. It's just sad that we have to move on.
  2. I don't know. He might, he might not. I don't want my kids to grow up confused. To be very honest, the kids are a major reason why the other person's beliefs matter to me. I'll be saying one thing, he'll be saying another. Or the lessons he might give using personalities I don't agree my kids should take as role models, might cause rifts and fights to become a common thing. I'm going to answer the next few questions without taking into consideration the only dispute of religion we have. yes. I have a lot of boxes, and not only does he check majority (all checks, if we leave the
  3. Aoa, This isn't me asking for advice. This isn't me asking to be told what's right and what's wrong (although that won't stop a good number from letting me know what I already know) This is more like me asking for anyone who can remember me in their prayers, for ease in mine and his heart, give both of us patience to bare this pain till we can get over it,some day. Please no one argue with anything, if you want to advise or give solutions you can, incase someone else in the future sees this post and it helps them. But please, be a bit kind and don't say things that would inc
  4. Aoa, I saw an interesting comment on an Instagram post today. The post is about Raffia Arshad, the first female judge in the UK who also wears a head scarf/covering/ hijab. The comment was: "Isn't ruling by something other than the law of Allah haram and constitutes kufr?" I dont want to get into the nitty grittys of the question, so lets take an example of something very common in the UK and publicly accepted: Zina. In the UK, the judge cannot punish any 2 people for committing Zina, however it is punishable in Islamic Law. Also, I am well aware that Muslim countr
  5. I am so sorry to hear this. Honestly this is so heartbreaking. My opinion would be to open your heart to both your parents, tears and everything. If youve already done this and it hadn't worked you need to include a senior person into this conversation the next time you have it, a marja, a person of religious seniority in your community, an aunt or an uncle or a grandparent. Maybe a family friends parent, someone close whose also the age of or older than your father. If there isn't someone like this in your situation who you can ask for help from, then talk to the guy and tell him
  6. Thank you for this. I searched on Wikipedia and got a similar answer. Just wanted to reassure things Yes thats good advice! Thank you!
  7. Uh, the problem is it does matter. Atleast to her father. If you read what I wrote above, youd understand better. She comes from a place where women arent used to voicing opinions and are used to saying yes. We only want whats best for her and that there is minimal problems when we talk to her dad. Why are most answers from you in a condescending tone? I don t care about syed non syed. Its the family of the cousin who cares. I don’t care. We want to minimize opposition from her father when we present a proposal. I don’t care. Did I forget to mention it in a previous answer too?
  8. Sorry I asked. I didnt mean to offend anyone/was trying to be rude. Personally I don’t care, but if its something someone's parents wish, after everything they've done for you, if you find a good Muslim guy whose also Shia, and syed why not go for it. It can be a really difficult thing to fight against (one of my fam friends she got married to a non syed non Shia guy, who is now more educated on shiasm than most of us, but her marriage was at the expense of her family ties with mom and dads side. Luckily her parents were more understanding but did suffer the consequences of not meeting their o
  9. Thanks alot for the historical evidence backing up ur answer. I can’t thank u enough. Its been a decade since I lost used my brain, u can’t blame me really
  10. I don't know man, why don't u ask my uncle, I'm just trying to help my cousin and she comes from a family where its difficult to voice ur opinions as a daughter, especially since her mom passed away when she was younger. Thanks for thw reply :p
  11. I am asking as there has been a proposal from a Tirmizi syed Shia for my cousin and obviously some ulema say they are supposed syed, but can someone make sure of either views?
  12. Definitely! I know they remembered at midnight and it was just nice to hear them say it but it would've been totally alright if they forgot xD I know they're stressed so no worried thank you for the advice <3
  13. Ameen! Thank u! HAPPY ADVANCED BIRTHDAY XD Ty! Haha xD oh lord I couldn't imagine my grandfather be like this as well! Thank you!! Inshallah. Well they technically did, an hour before midnight xD. But we said we'll celebrate some day later when we're good to do so
  14. I am so happy to hear that you took some time out for me thank you so much!!
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