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  1. can a man advise a woman?

    thanks. its not as if i was saying she shudnt go outside, or cover her face, or saying every women shud wear a hijab..
  2. Is a Sunni allowed to marry Shia?

    it depends.. why? because as a sunni you wouldnt want your kids to take on shia beliefs and vice versa... its better for peace/calm in the family and one less thing to argue about..
  3. TLDR: twitter discussion, can a man advise a woman to wear more modest clothes if she is wearing a hijab. Long story: so i cant remmeber what the original tweet was about - but i posted 'i have seen women who wear hijab but wear tight clothes, and advised them to NOT do this i..e dont wear tight clothes'. a (revert) took offence to that and said who am i to tell a woman what to wear or not... I replied with hadeeth where if you see something wrong use force, if u cant use words, if not walk away, also how teaching good things gives you rewards... she also in the discussion accused me of being a pervert because i am looking at women.. (i mean come on, if i was a pervert, i wouldnt have advised women to wear modest clothing, i would be happy as they are!!) she said i should lower my gaze instead of advising women to be more modest... but Allah says to MEN to lower gaze AND WOMEN to dress modestly.. i also told her she is SLANDERING me which is a sin, as she doesnt know me personally to say i am a pervert.. (She didnt heed that warning!) then it dragged on a bit and then i said PROPHET Muhammed (pbuh) was a man, she said but you are not a prophet... then i said IMAMS are men who preach.. and then she said 'you are not imam'. and then I asked her to ask her local imam, and then next day she said she had and he agreed with her, i replied with so post screenshots, first her reply was its another lang, so i said i will use google translate, then she changed her story to 'i cant be bothered, i have better things to do' (even tho she had been replying to almost every tweet of mine! so in the end i just ended it as she wasnt listening to me.. i dont know whats wrong with people? (Unless i am wrong here) - it was a general comment from me as a FYI to women who wear tight clothes with hijab so they can rectify their behaviour and i get some reward.. :/
  4. i consider that dream to be a warning i think - something along the lines of its end time, so the conclusion i made is we should (or i should) do good things lest there is no more time or something..
  5. Be Careful who you call a Kafir

    This is all true - unless you are facing Qadiyani/Ahmedis.. we must believe they are..
  6. mix-gender prayers?

    So there are couple of Masjids that have started to do this. Personally I dont think this is a good thing. Allah has created us different, and as humans we have feelings etc. and it might get in the way of worship.. The only excuse they use is Aisha (ra) did it once or few times? I always find this fascinating myself as to why she lead the prayer and no other man? and if indeed she read it why is it not applicable?
  7. i am late to this topic. and i hope i am not lying (ie cant recall exactly) but quite few years back i had couple of times where I thought Allah was speaking or so I thought. I cant remember the dream exactly, but i know it was either qiyamat time and the sun was very near (i actually at that point in dream REALISED it was qiyamat time) but i cant remember what was said and i dont want to try to rmeember just i ncase i get it wrong.. but i havent had it since.. maybe I am not worthy anymore.. :(
  8. we are still fighting, we are going away from religion and taking western immodest/immoral customs.. and when we go to the west (as refugees) we slate/fight/etc and commits heinous sins and the people in the west then start to hate us.. I regularly hear about attacks by muslims in sweden or other nordic countries which gives ammunition to the racists Islamophobes.. why are people not following the religion anymore? (i know we are all humans and sometimes we get astrayed but still..)
  9. My sister is drinking alcohol and hugging men

    this is happening because our own countries are a mess so we go abroad and then become acustomed to the western lifestyle because it encourages you to follow your lusts and desires.. which is an easy thing to follow. I am not sure what you should do. if you confront her, you would have broken her trust and she might not share her passwords etc with you again. if you are in university/near her then try to keep an eye? or maybe suggest going out or w/e so she doesnt stray?
  10. Wife's visa problem in UK

    As-Salam alaiukum So i have just joined because i have a problem. So I got married from pakistan around 4 years ago and submitted her papers and she's been here for 2 years. now you have to re-submit application every 2 years. which we did but stupidly my wife and my sister decided that the test she needs to do is English A1 test and not A2 and on this basis they rejected the application. the icing on the cake is that A1 and A2 tests are same with a difference of 1 minute extra speaking for A2.. apparently they changed the requirement in 2016 but my sister says when she was checking on website it said A1... Now i do have a lawyer friend who said i shouldnt mention my mistake in the appeal and he has given me some stuff to say (regarding violating my human rights etc) . but i am not sure about the way he is going about it? so i thought i would ask for a 2nd opinion. Is it really that risky to mention that yes we made amistake but within 14 days appear period we have done the A2 test? and surely if it was just that they could be lenient slightly and should have given us a bit more time?