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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. I'm asking because sometimes you need to do a certain 3aml on for instance "Thursday" but I know in advance that I'm going to be busy all day long on Thursday. Therefor I want to know if Wednesday after 3isha prayer counts as "thursday" islamically as I have been told so by some people. So is this true?
  2. Dark chocolate with hazelnuts and tea.
  3. I'm the opposite. Cats come to me and they walk around and rub their bodies against my legs. Unfortunately I'm allergic to furry animals. Sometimes I pet them anyway because they are cute.
  4. Well, we all need to cut our hair, nails etc. It doesn't mean that God was wrong when he created us in need of removing them. If we didn't remove them it would be unhygienic and harm us.
  5. Please can you explain what this video is about? Is it related to origin of diseases?
  6. I mean what do our ulama say/teach about this?
  7. When you have a bad dream you should not tell others about it. You should put sadaqa in the morning instead and not talk about the dream. P.s. everyone has bad dreams sometimes.
  8. Salam aleykom, I have heard that an Islamic weekday starts after 3isha prayer. Is this true? For instance that "khemiis"/Thursday starts after 3isha prayer on Wednesday. Is this correct? If there's a 3amal that needs to be done a certain weekday, can you do it after 3isha prayer the previous day? Will you get the promised reward then or do you need to wait till the day after and do it during the day?
  9. Pistachios and tea InshaAllah
  10. I don't have a complete answer. I'm still trying to figure it out. Sometimes it's definitely punishment because you've wronged your soul and when you get to know yourself better you can become completely free from the disease. I can give you an example. When I was younger I suffered severely from an eating disorder. It was really bad. It took over my whole life. I couldn't eat anything without feeling anxiety or guilt. When I got to know myself better I understood what it was all about and why I was treating myself so badly. I accepted help and treatment by specialists and I h
  11. Of course preferences vary, but overall we humans are affected by contemporary ideals and white skin at least in the middle East is considered more attractive.
  12. I mean the true answer according to islam?
  13. Oh wow! I loved this! I had no idea this guy was out there. So cool! That verse is one of my absolute favourites in the Quran!
  14. Oh ok. Yeah it's true, we do look younger hahaha!
  15. I've never heard this before? Where did you come across this?
  16. Yes, I saw all the videos you guys posted in this thread. But I want mooooore!
  17. Have you ever thought why they want light skin colour? - Because of the discrimination and brainwashing that taught them on a (sub)conscious level that white skin is better than darker skin. We don't have to add fuel to the fire.
  18. Oh I see. Are you working out regularly? That is supposed to increase the metabolism. How are your stress levels? Coz stress in itself can make you gain weight even if you eat the same amount of food as before.
  19. Oh my God, sis! :o Why do you eat so little? Are you on a diet?
  20. Exactly. And they want us to feel happy with a fatwa that makes it halal for others to show pictures of us to nonmahrams without our knowledge. I have had this happen to me without my knowledge and even if the result was "positive" I was [upset] knowing that they took pictures of me without telling me and showed it to a nonmahram without my consent.
  21. Listen bro, I understand that you have your preferences but people with darker skin are discriminated against in their own communities all over the world, so this is a very sensitive topic. I have seen that arabs (iraqis) have this "white is better" mentality first hand. It is very disrespectful to people of darker colours. I will never forget an incident that happened to me in a swimming hall some years back. A black woman came up to me, pointed at my skin and said "I've always wanted to have skin like yours." This broke my heart. And I can't imagine how much discrimination she mus
  22. I want to know the true meaning of this. Not speculations. And I'm interested in the specific case of a baby born with a tumour. What do these hadiths truly mean in a case like this? Do we have ulama or sheiks who have spoken about these matters? Or lectures on this topic?
  23. So does this include for instance tumours that a baby is born with, and is it the baby's own fault? And can it "cure" itself?
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