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  • brightesthour
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    Re: Can Anyone Actually Stay Away From Fithan of Girls ?

    Originally posted by Mustafa Mahmud View Post
    I said ouch because if talking to the opposite gender is a sin.............I'm in for a big ouchie.
    Well you can correct me if I'm wrong.

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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    What did I do this time :/
    I said ouch because if talking to the opposite gender is a sin.............I'm in for a big ouchie.

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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Originally posted by Rebel101 View Post




    Allahu Akbar

    Originally posted by Talwaar View Post
    May Allah grant you jannah dear brother Mustafa and protect you from this fitnah

    Ameen
    And you to, may you be entered into al-Firdaus, ameen.

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  • brightesthour
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    Originally posted by Mustafa Mahmud View Post
    Ouch.
    What did I do this time :/

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  • brightesthour
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    Originally posted by Mustafa Mahmud View Post
    Yes, I started to think a lot of women simply dress because they are accustomed to it.

    In short, anything which shows parts of the torso and waist downwards, especially legs is too much skin. Tight clothing is also an issue.


    But others are clearly dressing horribly and putting men to the test.
    Guess I showed way too much skin last Summer O_O. Oh well, I'm done talking about it. I didn't want to start a debate or offend anyone...this has always been a pet peeve of mine.

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  • Talwaar
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    May Allah grant you jannah dear brother Mustafa and protect you from this fitnah

    Ameen

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  • Rebel101
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    Originally posted by Mustafa Mahmud View Post
    Don't roll your eyes, lower your gaze.

    .




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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Re: Can Anyone Actually Stay Away From Fithan of Girls ?

    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    I was using that last part as an example, I know he didn't mention conversing with women. I was just pointing out that isn't it against Islam for men to speak with women? And vice versa
    Ouch.

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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    Well that is true. I know there are females who wear close to nothing but I hardly see that where I live. What constitutes as showing too much skin? Is it just shorts, a dress, tank tops? Because I know girls who dress like that and they're not trying to impress men, they're either wearing it because they like it or because it's comfortable. I heard a saying too that women are constantly competing with other women, so when they're dressed nicely and have a lot of makeup on they're trying to look better than other women. Or because it just makes themselves feel nice.
    Yes, I started to think a lot of women simply dress because they are accustomed to it.

    In short, anything which shows parts of the torso and waist downwards, especially legs is too much skin. Tight clothing is also an issue.


    But others are clearly dressing horribly and putting men to the test.

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  • brightesthour
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    Originally posted by Mustafa Mahmud View Post
    He assumed best of a person, now he knows better then to assume the best. Don't roll your eyes, lower your gaze.




    Who said men can wear what they want? Where is the hypocrisy? I didn't read anything from him condemning talk between men and women.
    I was using that last part as an example, I know he didn't mention conversing with women. I was just pointing out that isn't it against Islam for men to speak with women? And vice versa

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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    I just don't get it. Maybe I'm too 'western' but it really bothers me when people complain about how others dress.
    Back in the good old days, men like Talwaar were more common. They were "gentlemen" because they actually respected women. Nowadays, men like him are less appreciated, but perhaps that's because these days, men have less to appreciate.

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  • brightesthour
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    Originally posted by Mustafa Mahmud View Post
    You see, you and I are so desensitized because of our surroundings, we really don't notice it. My high school was absolutely crazy like that. We are desensitized and seeing the same amount of skin probably won't affect us like someone raised in a more decent culture where people and their bodies are actually respected.
    Well that is true. I know there are females who wear close to nothing but I hardly see that where I live. What constitutes as showing too much skin? Is it just shorts, a dress, tank tops? Because I know girls who dress like that and they're not trying to impress men, they're either wearing it because they like it or because it's comfortable. I heard a saying too that women are constantly competing with other women, so when they're dressed nicely and have a lot of makeup on they're trying to look better than other women. Or because it just makes themselves feel nice.

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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Originally posted by Rebel101 View Post
    Awkward. She is not a Muslim. Now you should be ashamed of yourself for making assumptions.
    He assumed best of a person, now he knows better then to assume the best. Don't roll your eyes, lower your gaze.

    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    Why should I be ashamed of myself for asking a question? It's hypocrisy, men on here seem to be concerned about how women dress yet they can wear whatever they want. Also you talk about how temping women are yet I see men and women conversing on here daily. Isn't that haram?

    Who said men can wear what they want? Where is the hypocrisy? I didn't read anything from him condemning talk between men and women.

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  • Faith1
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    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    I just don't get it. Maybe I'm too 'western' but it really bothers me when people complain about how others dress.
    Everyone needs to worry about their own wrongdoing but women shouldn't be walking around half naked. It's kind of funny how they know what goes through a mans mind when she's seen like that, knows they'll bark at her but then is "offended". Not excusing the mans behavior but at the same time if a girl knows all that then why continue to dress like that? Is it really that hot? No

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  • Mustafa Mahmud
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    Re: Can Anyone Actually Stay Away From Fithan of Girls ?

    Originally posted by brightesthour View Post
    I just don't get it. Maybe I'm too 'western' but it really bothers me when people complain about how others dress.
    You see, you and I are so desensitized because of our surroundings, we really don't notice it. My high school was absolutely crazy like that. We are desensitized and seeing the same amount of skin probably won't affect us like someone raised in a more decent culture where people and their bodies are actually respected.

    Leave a comment:

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