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Camelia

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  1. Thanks everyone for your replies. The thing is, we're not teenagers anymore.. we're in college, and I think many people change when they are growing up. I'm heartbroken, it's as if she renounced herself from Islam. I never expected this from her, and last night when I tried to talk to her on msn, she acted as if it wasn't a big deal, as if everything she did previously for Islam was a joke. I told her about how she was passionate about hijab before, when she even gave me link about articles that encourage Hijab. We both know very well about the importance of hijab and she knows even more than me because she reads and researches more about these things. What she told me, just like what many women without hijab tell everyone.. (I also read many members here telling the same reasons) like it's not in the quran.. n stuff She said she wants to be Muslim but she also wants to be free.. I know from the way she said it shes made her mind about it and there's nothing I can do about it... and I suddenly became very hurt and sad that I just don't see her as my best friend anymore, I can act as if I'm fine with it but it's just too painful.. I keep looking back to the time when I looked up to her... thinking I wanted to be like her, so devoted to religion.. so passionate... and smart... and now this.. I hate what she's doing to herself.. I hate it that she blatantly disobeying God and yet be proud about it... :cry: :cry:
  2. is that YOU in the picture? o_O

  3. Salam, My BFF... we've been like friends since forever.. grew up together and decided to wear hijab together now acting really weird. Shes been telling me that she didn't like her hijab, that it's not her... that it limits her freedom and stuff, and I dunno what to do. I'm really sad and I feel really alone. We were the only hijabis at school but since last week she's not a hijabi anymore. She took it off.. she said she didn't believe in it anymore.. She used to be really devoted and religious and I don't know why the sudden change of heart. I have also other friends (not bffs) who are not practicing and I don't mind them not wearing hijab but I personally think that it's wrong to just take it off.. you can't just take your hijab off.... but I dunno what I should say to her. I don't feel like talking to her anymore and I've been avoiding her.... I don't want her to feel that I'm discriminating her or something because of her decision.. she's a big girl and she can do whatever she wants.. but I just don't think we can be bff anymore although I'm really sad about it.. I can only hope that she'll change her mind... she's posting now many pics of hers without hijab on facebook.. and it hurts me it's as if she left Islam or something it breaks my heart. Is it normal to feel this way? Please tell me what I have to do...
  4. Salam, Anyway I kind of embarassed to ask this in a public forum but I don't have a choice :blush: . My questions are.. 1. How do one knows when her period stops? What is the maximum days of period. 2. What if a woman took gush, believing her period has stopped (because it's been 9 days that she menstruated) and she decided to fast but later on that day she found out that there is still small amout of brownish substance on her underwear which she's unsure about of it's blood or not. Is her fast still valid? Should she take second gushl or break her fast?? I hope for a quick answer and masalama :wub:
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