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In the Name of God بسم الله


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  1. Hello, I’m good thank you and I hope you’re well too. I wouldn’t stay in restored 100% in faith I still have lots of doubts which I can’t seem to answer
  2. How significant is Laylatul qadr for making duaa? I’ve been making duaa about this specific thing for so long and still have not gotten any guidance on it. I’m kind of using the night as my last attempt before I give up. what can i do to make sure my duaa is heard on laylatul qadr and is there any specific I need to know?
  3. I don’t know I’m slowly starting to give up, I feel like I haven’t made much progress and it’s all for nothing really
  4. I tried talking to him in that app but the message would never send to him. My issue is just lack of faith and leaving Islam- I.e my previous posts show what I mean. i just want to talk to someone with knowledge despite the fact I’ve spoken to a couple of people
  5. I’ve spoken to him! He’s really good but I really want to get others opinions on this because I can’t seem to shake it no matter who I talk to.
  6. does anyone know where i would be able to contact a scholar and ask them questions about religion/philosophy? I have tried that app 'ask a scholar' (I believe thats the name) but wasnt a fan of it.
  7. Then rather than give us females a whole book of things we shouldn’t do to attract men, there’s hardly any emphasis on a man not looking. Yeah sure it says “lower your gaze” but that’s not enough? I’ve literally had instances where I’m not even wearing anything revealing and still get looked at like I’m meat? And even though I don’t wear hijab, this happens to hijabi females too. Surah al nisa is a whole chapter dedicated to what a woman should and shouldn’t do i know I’m giving the impression of a radical feminist but that’s really not how I am, I’m just trying to understand this religio
  8. “so that if one of the two errs, the second of the two may remind the other” may not be alluding to forgetfulness buts it’s basically making it as though one single woman is more likely to make a mistake whereas a man is free from that possibility.
  9. This isn’t my thinking pattern at all, I just feel like Islam favours men more than women that’s all. I’m conscious of the fact it’s given rights to women Islam is supposed to be “timeless” and yet still has backdated views
  10. So this verse is basically saying women are forgetful and incompetent to give a testimony lmaooo
  11. I’m actually female and one of the major things is the way I feel like islam is a religion for males. Why is 1 male witness worth 2 female, why do girls get less inheritance, why can the man only marry 4 wives and also non muslim women while the woman can’t? and I already know the answers to these some of these questions and they just don’t do it for me. Furthermore, I see certain hadith (sahih) that make me iffy, like some say the prophet said a woman who wears perfume and passes by men is a adulteress, like really? everyone thinks their religion is right and we all mostly
  12. How can I establish that Islam is the “truth” though? There is obviously a truth after death, and there’s like 4000+ religions in this world (including atheism despite most not seeing it as a religion). If I knew 100% this religion was correct it would make me feel so much less anxious honestly. I feel like everytime I take one step to islam I take 10 back because something pushes me back, whether disbelief or something else. It is like I’m constantly fighting with myself and it’s exhausting.
  13. Is this referencing the bazkarah?
  14. Trust in what regard? If we’re talking a scientist making claims for example, trust would eventuate if they could show some evidence that is shown to be correct. in a normal relationship, I’d build trust if I’ve established someone is reliable, and won’t betray me.
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