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  1. Salaam, A blazer doesnt always have to be fitted, there are styles right now that are loose and are gd as an extra layer on top of abaya in the summer. And sometimes an abaya on its own isnt sufficient, as you need an extra layer to guard your modesty, so it serves well. Ws
  2. Salaam sisters, This is a really cute topic :) I was going back and forth with the idea of wearing an abaya for a while, and then when I came back from Ziyarah last year, I just carried on wearing it. My advise to anyone who wants to start, but is finding it difficult, is take it one step at a time. I started wearing long maxi dresses, and eventually abayas, and even now I wear for example a blazer on top. I think as a Muslim woman, it is important to look presentable and respectable in public, like you say not to 'scare' people, so just wear something on top to compliment it. Regarding the chador abayas - I think most people buy material and get it tailored and made. I also just found a website that does Open (and closed) chador abayas: http://www.sunnahclothing.com/milhafa-maftuha---overhead-open-abaya-17-p.asp (You can't see because of the black clothing underneath, but it is open) :)
  3. LOL, it's time to accept that he's moved on bro.. to better places.. better things.. better people :no: but if you want to hold him by the ear, be my guest, will be hilarious! :lol:
  4. And another one - People who make no effort to lower their gaze. :mad: (men and women tbh. more men though)
  5. Truly one of the nicest, most peaceful, and helpful members I have ever come across on this forum. Your akhlaq has taught me, and I'm sure many other people, so much. Thank you, and may Allah (swt) always bless you inshallah. Bye Kamranaaaaaaaa
  6. chill out we're saying that would be annoying if that was us, since the topic title is 'what every husband should do' lol
  7. May Allah (swt) bless you sisters abundantly for your patience honestly, I find you truly remarkable. All my duas are with you, (wasalam)
  8. Jeez, I would kill the guy. :mellow:
  9. My own understanding is that if you are saying "Ya Ali Madad" with the idea in your mind that the help or the intercession you are seeking from Imam Ali (as) is a separate entity to that of Allah's, and you believe Imam Ali is on the same level at answering duas/helping you as Allah is, and basically believe that Imam Ali (as) is the source of the help you are asking for, then you are wrong. And obviously, this is not the case when we ask our Imams/The Holy Prophet for 'help'. Saying "Ya Ali Madad" is with full belief that Allah alone is the helper from whom your source of peace will come from, Imam Ali is a means to gain the help of Allah, as He is closer to Allah than we are, so what we are seeking at that moment is more likely to be fulfilled. It is said with full belief that He is the wali of Allah, whose purpose is to guide and help creation. It does not matter if Imam Ali (as) is dead or alive, His position as a Wali, and one of the highest Walis of Allah is that Allah Himself has given Imam Ali the position of guiding humanity in this world and the next. Therefore when you say "Ya Ali Madad", you are asking Imam Ali to fulfil His role as a Wali over you, and asking Imam Ali to ask Allah to grant you the attributes of strength/help that you are seeking, or asking Him to be a protector over you - is this not the role Allah (swt) has bestowed upon Imam Ali (as)? It is the role of the Wali's of Allah, to be a medium between us and the creator.
  10. Sad story, heard similar situations too many times. I pray Allah gives you a solution to your problem insha'Allah, my sincere duas are with you.
  11. (salam) I'm so sorry, I don't mean to offend you personally brother, but... :mellow: My heart literally stops when I hear of STUPIDITY like this. Even Non-Muslim scholars have more respect for our religious personalities than these hadiths from "Sahih" Bukhari. Apparently your most revered woman in Islam takes baths in front of na-mahrams, your second khalifah was apparently homosexual, and your fourth khalifah drunk during salah - let alone the disgusting fabricated lies about our beloved Rasool in this book :huh: The fact you guys consider all of this 100% authentic is... shocking. What's happened to logic... Again, I don't mean to offend you brother, I'm literally just shocked.
  12. :mad: May Allah hasten the reappearance of our Imam to give justice to all those that have been oppressed. :(
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