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  • AhlulQuran88
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    The ones in the West dont seem to get past the basics so i stopped going to them years ago. Prefer sitting with scholars and benefiting from them

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Ever been to a Salafi event?

    It would take me an entire afternoon to tell y'all about what happened @ the Sufi masjid, lol.
    I'll come back and tell y'all later.
    Anyway I met a Salafi sister & she told me about the events at the Salafi masjid.
    I'll be there next weekend.
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  • PendingDel-Islam3333
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgNUOJalS_ciV5VcuSGil3Q

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    Another event going down.

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    Now I'm not to keen on "Islamic rap" but there will be free food and Shaykh Ninowy is there. :o

    I won't be staying over this time me and my crew are going to ride out that morning and try to find the abaya shop so I don't look like a hag when we arrive.

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  • nonameakhi
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    Originally posted by SouthernGirl View Post
    Conference is on MP time......still waiting.
    Then they trust to say its going to last until 11pm??? I will sneak out before then.

    Tahir-ul-Qadri has not made it in yet. I still don't smell the food.
    Still just talking to random sisters and checking out the fashion show.
    tahir ul Qadri??


    sorry I thought you said ''Islamic conference''

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    Conference is on MP time......still waiting.
    Then they trust to say its going to last until 11pm??? I will sneak out before then.

    Tahir-ul-Qadri has not made it in yet. I still don't smell the food.
    Still just talking to random sisters and checking out the fashion show.

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  • nonameakhi
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    I enjoy going to conferences, it helps to meet brothers and sometimes ulema. Met some really interesting people and found out who were genuine and who were arrogant and in it for the money etc. Youtube makes them all look good

    when I was younger I would go to those I didn't agree with to challenge them. Time constraints mean I go to those I know will be beneficial to me

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    not sure on when the food will be ready

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    not sure on when the food will be ready

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    Update on what everyone is wearing: the sisters of Atlanta chapter of Minhaj-ul-Quran are working as ushers and hostestess
    And they are all in black abayas and white hijabs. Half are in niqab. Salwaar kameez in every color, and I think my scarf is the
    Only one with sparkles. I'm not the only one in a dress & tights (I went with leopard print). I want to post a pic
    Of my shoes but my phone is stupid.

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  • SouthernGirl
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    I didn't realize niqab was so popular. I looked at some pictures of previous conferences and it looked as if there were more sisters wearing niqab than sisters with just the headscarf on.

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  • niqaabi_nusrat
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    :salams

    I used to go to quite a few in London, but not really any more. I found them of mixed quality and used to feel a bit uncomfortable during the break out times, even though they were usually segregated in the hall. I prefer the sisters only ones. Regarding dress, I would always wear niqaab even when I was wearing it only part time.

    Alhumdulillah nowadays I find I get much more out of halaqas really.

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  • SouthernGirl
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    Originally posted by faatima18 View Post
    because there may be some mixing outside of the masjid/center (you know how some youth are)
    LOL, I avoid crowds of children. :o

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  • whisperofimaan
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    Re: Islamic Conferences: Have you ever been to any?

    Originally posted by SouthernGirl View Post

    Vain questions for sisters: I want to make sure I am dressed properly. What did you wear?
    I would advise you to dress modestly, and not to wear anything to eye catching if brothers are there. Because I noticed some sisters go all out when it comes to conferences :-/ its embarrassing. Just remind yourself that you are there to gain knowledge and not to catch a brother's eye inshaAllah, and you'll be alot more focused lol ( oh and im not implying you'll do any of that silliness btw) :)
    Last edited by whisperofimaan; 04-09-13, 06:19 AM.

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  • drac16
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    :salams

    Yep! :)

    My mom, my sister and I went to one in Toronto about a year and a half ago. It was only a stone's throw away from the Rogers Centre. I saw some of my favorite sheikhs, like Bilal Phillips and Abdur-Raheem Green. It increased my faith so much-- Wallahi. I saw so many sisters wearing niqabs; Mashallah! it brought so much joy to my heart (not in a sensual way, but because I admired their boldness). My mom and sister didn't get much out of the lectures [they're not muslims], but I know that they at least enjoyed learning about the different aspects of our deen.

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