5: No hijab at all
How do you dress? And for faraxs how would you like your spouse to dress?
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I walked into her standing on the prayer mat. Her phone was infront of her playing a youtube video of a guy praying.
She was actively watching and following his actions. Apparently, that is how she is praying the past two weeks:cryinglaughsmiley:
Anyway, when I first heard she took her...
1; You never chose this in the first
2; It's okay to change your mind
3; You can't control others, all you can do is control yourself
4; You don't want to have bidaar at age 25 @Reiko :damedamn:
Anyways in this Q & A taking off the hijab, guilt after leaving islam, burden of being the eldest...
To seek knowledge is a sacred duty, it is obligatory on every Muslim, male and female. The first word revealed of the Qur?an was "Iqra" READ! Seek knowledge! Educate yourselves! Be educated.
Surah Al-Zumr, ayah 9 reveals: "Are those equal, those who know and those who do not know?" Surah...
I've been watching a new Youtuber called, Mufti Abu Layth al-Maliki, a very educated mufti, and I'm going to look into their madhab, through many diverse sources.. As a typical Somali Shafici with Sufi influence, (but I just call myself Muslim) that makes up the most of my...
Great article worth a read.
A handful of Muslims took a stand during the hundred days of slaughter. Their stance inspired thousands of Rwandans to become Muslim in what was once called Africa’s most Catholic country.
“I was a Catholic pastor before genocide,” Matabaro Sulaiman told TRT World...
I was very young when I formed a bond with Allah SWT, Alhamdulilah.
I remember making duah for specific things and getting them all. It was magical for me, I realised that I had the power to control my destiny just by asking my creator.
What about you?
I'm curious on what certain branch of Islam you guys adhere to. I personally am not entirely sure on where I fall on the spectrum as my family is full of Sufis but I don't really agree with much of their mystical elements but I'm also not entirely sure as to whether or not I fully believe in...
so I struggle with praying five times a day but I mostly do all the prayers but it’s hard, subahanaallah! But during Ramadan I’m literally excited to pray and like going taraweeh! I know it’s because the Shaytaan is locked away but has it really that big of an effect on me outside of...