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In the Name of God بسم الله

Dana1123

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    Muslim Shia Jafari (Twelvers)

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  1. Salam, when it comes to finding a significant other. Remember this, find someone who you are satisfied with the way they are at that point. For example, if a girl doesnt wear hijab or is not religious, & you want a girl who is, do not go for that girl. Women do not like to be controlled or told what to do. Inshallah eventually the girls who do not wear hijab will on their own time. My advice to you, is look at girls who are on the same level as you mentally, religiously, and educationally. W' salam.
  2. Salam. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with throwing or having a nice wedding. Unfortunately the average wedding in America is 25k.. Guests, food, entertainment (if any), venue, decorations, etc. all add up to the cost. I dont believe you should deprive yourself from throwing something that is nice to you (ie the couple.) Not everyone is religious to the point where they dont listen to music, but if they dont.. a lot of local singers in Michigan sing majalis and halal "songs" for weddings. also some say that dabkeh, as long as the words in the song are not influential, are halal. To each
  3. LOL! Very funny, thank you for sharing.
  4. Remember that everything you go through in life is a test from Allah. Take it as your own personal jihad and know that people will be people and say stupid things sometimes. At the end of the day all that matters is the relationship between you and your creator.
  5. Although Hijab is wajib, I believe that young women should have a right to either choose to wear it or not. Young ladies should be taught at a young age the reason for hijab, and why it is a beautiful thing and let them make their own choice on whether to wear it or not. If you are forced to do something, it only makes you want to rebel even more. Give them the resources and let them make their own decisions.
  6. Missshia, I am Lebanese and believe me I understand what you are going through. Lebanese families are yes very hard to please, and generally marrying somebody who is not Lebanese is taken as a big deal. However, I know of many Lebanese families who have welcomed converts into their families and it has worked quite well. Remember, that you not only marry your husband, you are marrying into his family as well. Not all Lebanese are the same, the same way that not all americans or etc. are the same. Think about your future and what you can do to stay as true to yourself. You should never have to s
  7. Before marriage, I believe that two people should focus on a common ground, similar personalities, somewhat of an attraction and have mututal understanding about what is expected out of the marriage. If both you and your spouse agree on these terms, then love will come with time. If you start off loving and also agree on these terms then it could work too. Every relationship is different, better never lose the respect, honesty and communication that is required.
  8. Many Many Happy Returns Of the day.

    May Allah bless you.

    Have a blast.

    Enjoy !

  9. My mother, My husband, and then my future children Inshallah.
  10. asalamu 3alaykoom I have a question and i'm not sure if anyone can answer this .... i do taqleed of sayed fadlallah and i was wondering how long do we wait after the sunnah eat .... everyone tells me something diffrent one person says 13 min one says 15 minutes and yesterday someone told me the sayed fadlallah says to break it at the same time ...so i'm confused can anyone please let me know and if u know could u please send me where you read it from sayed fadlallahs website thanks
  11. Honey! I am in the same boat of you except I am in college, I pray to Allah every day to guide me to the right path Inshallah. Hijab is a huge decision, do not make it unless your 100 percent sure that you will not change your mind.
  12. Sis, dont worry about whether you have a boy or a girl. Worry about the child's health. Inshallah Allah will bless you with a healthy baby, regardless male or female.
  13. One thing I can say is this, STOP putting yourself down. Men do not like women who dont think highly of themselves. If your always putting yourself down, then so will your future husband. Try to feel more confident in yourself and Inshallah everything will work out fine for you.
  14. Try this: Soak a towel into warm water and put it in the microwave to get it hott. put olive oil all over your hair, and then wrap the towel around your head. Leave it for about 20 min...Than remove the towel... Keep your hair in olive oil for another 15- 20 min.. than go and take a shower. Do this about twice or 3 times a month depending on your hair. Believe me it works!
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