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I am going to visit my parents in America in a month or so, and I am newly religious. I live in Lebanon, and I have gotten use to not shaking hands with men since I put my scarf on in 2009. My husband is also moderatly religious as I am. We are so worried about whats going to happen when we go to America and we dont shake hands with men/women. How am I suppose to explain my stance? Without them thinking I am an extemist maniac? My dad is Sunni & doesnt really support some of my religious boundries. If there is anyone out there with this problem, please enlighten me on how you act when an old friend comes charging at you with a hug when you havent seen them for 3 years. Or when you are almosted forced to shake someones hand! Like what do we do!
Asslam Alaikum, I have seen people hit the back of their right hand to the palm of their left hand during the la'nat subsection of Ziyarat Ashura. I was wondering if anyone knew the tradition behind this and what its significant is. Jazakum Allahu Khaira
The protest is on October 7, 2012 from 1.30pm at the State Library. We are marching from there to Fed Square. The libaray is 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne, VIC. For all the members from Melbourne, Australia some and show your support for the Syrian people and the Syrian Goverment. The crimes of the illigitamate "FSA" have been going on for way to long. This is an invite only event so get in contact with the follow about attending. We need and want as many people as we can to show support for the syrian community. Haydar Veto Haitch: http://www.facebook.com/haydar.haitch Hassan Haidar: http://www.facebook.com/hassan.haidar.902 Alen Hewson: http://www.facebook.com/alen.hewson Ali Ayouch (ÃÈæ ÌÚÝÑ): http://www.facebook.com/ali.ayouch So come and show your support for the Syrian people and the Syrian government. say NO to foreign intervention. bring everyone along as we march from state library to fed square. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=293613720752043&set=a.100724200040997.1471.100681426711941&type=1&relevant_count=1
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