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ShiaBen last won the day on December 24 2011

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  1. Both genders should work (when you don't work it leads to a lot of problems).
  2. Sami, very unique interesting user/poster. I don't necessarily agree nor disagree with a lot of the things he says, I simply just read
  3. Does your son want a woman with hijab or without hijab? If you want someone with hijab, that's probably tough as there's not a whole lot in the States. If hijab isn't a big deal,maybe your chances look a bit better. Also, dating sites are not going to help you much. Those are for the most part restricted to more none-religious Iranians. Your best bet is probably to find such a woman through a Shiite mosque.
  4. When I read the title of this thread lol it sounded like different situation. It seems like this problem is prevalent among brothers from the West. Well, I haven't experienced this problem so much as I went to schools where there were a lot of girls and you'd be partnered up to work on educational projects and assignments. I think if some of the brothers on here had exposure to girls in a normal none-haram setting/situation they wouldn't be aroused or excited anytime they see an attractive girl walking by them.
  5. I looked at the beginning of the article. The part about the women in the 30ies (In Farsi they use the adjective "Torshide"). I've seen a few in my family and I've seen them a lot in Iran as well recently. The problem could vary. Sometimes it is the girl (i.e. wants someone who is rich and well-educated at the same time). In Iran, those that are well-educated, tend to have modest income, while those that are rich, tend to not be educated/have degrees as they're strictly successful businessmen who don't need it. In other situations it is not so much the girl's problem. It could be the g
  6. They can be study together and work together if the situation forces them to. If not they should probably refrain for obvious reasons.
  7. Pretty awesome blessed Eid-e-Ghadeer this year...lots of marriages.
  8. BRUCE LEE!!! YEAH!!!!

  9. Everyone is looking at the situation in positive light.
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