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  • Hassaan333
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by Sky Lark View Post
    You know our beloved Rasul:saw:went through a lot of trials and difficulties with people harming and abusing him just to bring the message of Islam to us:( so in the spirit of this try to hold on to the sunnah even if it is difficult. Your reward is by Allah!

    May Allah keep you firm and strong on Sunnah ameen.
    I don't think it's a co incidence, but surah Muhammad is by far the most consolidating surah. It portrays an image which I'm going through exactly

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  • Sky Lark
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by Hassaan333 View Post
    Never thought but these comments really do get to you sometimes. I'll just keep strong :insha:

    Make dua please
    You know our beloved Rasul:saw:went through a lot of trials and difficulties with people harming and abusing him just to bring the message of Islam to us:( so in the spirit of this try to hold on to the sunnah even if it is difficult. Your reward is by Allah!

    May Allah keep you firm and strong on Sunnah ameen.

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  • Humble Warrior
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    remain silent.

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  • Hassaan333
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by Sky Lark View Post
    Let it grow and grow, dont cut it. Dont let negative comments make you change your mind.
    Never thought but these comments really do get to you sometimes. I'll just keep strong :insha:

    Make dua please

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  • Sky Lark
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by Hassaan333 View Post
    it's normal. It's not even that much. I just kept it like a month and a half ago
    Let it grow and grow, dont cut it. Dont let negative comments make you change your mind.

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  • Hassaan333
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by .Singaporean View Post
    Is your beard clean? Or you look homeless?
    it's normal. It's not even that much. I just kept it like a month and a half ago

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  • .Singaporean
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by Hassaan333 View Post
    :salams


    After every 2 hours i get to hear something related to my beard. Either it's how weird I'm looking or how stupid i am to keep a beard and that i need to cut it. Dad always says about me, "let him give the exams first.. I'll deal with him then"

    I get angry when i hear these comments but i don't show my anger. I keep silent. Crushing the anger inside of me. But i don't know if that's the best thing to do. If i don't reply probably the taunts will increase?

    Today my father said," those saudis have fashionable beard. Are you more Islamic than them"?

    I wanted to reply to him that what he's saying is the result of his lack of knowledge but i just kept quiet. I don't know why.

    Do you think i should reply to them or keep silent? I honestly don't know what will alleviate the situation and what will worsen it...
    Is your beard clean? Or you look homeless?

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  • Hassaan333
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    stand your ground and do whats mentioned above. There really isn't much you can do

    I have had friends who would lightly trim the beard to keep the peace but I am not giving you a ruling.
    I wont trim at alL..


    Make dua brothers

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  • samin62
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by Hassaan333 View Post
    What about when they pressurize me to cut the the beard or shorten or trim it.
    stand your ground and do whats mentioned above. There really isn't much you can do

    I have had friends who would lightly trim the beard to keep the peace but I am not giving you a ruling.

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  • Hassaan333
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    Re: should i reply to parents and siblings

    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    all you can do is show them the hadith and not respond in anger ever. Nothing much else really. Not worth getting into a war with family
    What about when they pressurize me to cut the the beard or shorten or trim it.

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  • samin62
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    all you can do is show them the hadith and not respond in anger ever. Nothing much else really. Not worth getting into a war with family

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  • Hassaan333
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    Should i reply back while being patient? Or keep silent wholly?

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  • samin62
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    don't ever reply back in anger, it will make things worse. Try not to even get angry and brush off the comments.

    You are doing it for the sake of Allah, they don't understand. Leave em to their comments.

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  • neelu
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    I would reply but only when I'm prepared to handle any counter argument. I'd say something like "you do know the Prophet (saw) had a beard right? Would you make fun of him too?" to which they'd probably say "Oooooh so you think you're as holy as the Prophet now- how holier than thou" to which I'd say either "No, but my point still stands" or "that doesn't answer my question" or "taade nal gal karnai fazool ae (it's pointless even trying to talk to you)".... you can tell I've been through a few debates along these lines already lol.

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  • Ya'sin
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    :wswrwb:

    I am in a similar situation (not beard)

    I feel as though I am the bad guy, I try to keep silent because that's what they want.

    I am also being told I am bad and 'islamic', I'm not even trying to be Islamic. I'm just being messed around. I don't know what to do

    I want to get away, this is too draining for me

    I wish you all the best because no matter what you do you'll have to bear these negativity.

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