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  • Farah. A
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    I would recommend madinnah or Egypt. Best places to study

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  • UmmIsa
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    Last edited by UmmIsa; 07-01-19, 09:59 PM.

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  • Blossomm
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    Put your trust in Allah SWT and don't leave the Muslim country you decide to migrate to at the first sign of difficulty.

    I hear so many stories of Muslims leaving Muslim Countries a month or few after realizing that finding a Job that pay as well as their Western Job is difficult.

    Think about it bro, we have very poor Muslim communities in the West and many of us live with social welfare but stay patient but we can't do the same thing in a Muslim land.

    Istagfurllah.

    If you're working now, see if you can save enough money to run an online business that can net you 1500 a month to keep you aflot in your new Muslim Country.
    This sounds like a good idea; save up as much as possible as a back-up so time isn't as pressing when it comes to finding a job there.

    Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post
    Make hijra to a place that implements sharia and is guarded by muslims and muslims only
    Which places are like this?

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  • MoMo.
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    :wswrwb:

    Dawlatul Islam Baqiyyah.

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  • Umm Fatimah
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Originally posted by abuadila View Post
    I've been to Morocco before, they are very good mannered people, as far as residency for people from USA, they have a free visas for 3 months, then after 3 months you have to travel to the border and leave for about a day or 2 you can come back, to become a Moroccan citizen you need to either be a student, get married to a Moroccan or have already lived in the country for 5 or 10 years I think.., also another way is to set a business there.
    I have been to Morocco too and there is quite a muhaajir community, mostly consisting of families from Holland in Marrakesh. One thing they said was that they had great difficulty in accessing arabic language classes for both them (the adults) and children which I was quite surprised about.

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  • abuadila
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    I've been to Morocco before, they are very good mannered people, as far as residency for people from USA, they have a free visas for 3 months, then after 3 months you have to travel to the border and leave for about a day or 2 you can come back, to become a Moroccan citizen you need to either be a student, get married to a Moroccan or have already lived in the country for 5 or 10 years I think.., also another way is to set a business there.

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  • Abdell
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Originally posted by Umm Fatimah View Post
    That salary was very high for me as I didn't have a degree at the time. That is probably the maximum that a qualified Jordanian would get. Generally speaking public sector salaries are not great, considering that Jordan is an expensive place to live and the economy has fallen in recent years. I assume that your mum got offered that job as an external candidate? That makes a big difference. A teaching job in a university will have a better job than a school but they will be looking for much higher qualifications (Phd now, whereas Masters before) The locals however get understandably miffed when Brits/Americans get higher salaries than them whilst being less qualified. Schools that claim to be 'British' or 'American' and teach in english medium maybe only have one or two native speakers in the whole school, so they are willing to pay over the odds for a native speaker. I was offered jobs when I went to schools to enquire if they had places for my own children.
    not having any means is a tottaly different story.

    I was speaking about people that leave despite having a means of income.

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  • Strivingbro
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Originally posted by ibnuadam View Post
    I'd love to be living in Madinatul Munawwarah
    Likewise my brother, that's the only place on my mind!

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  • ibnuadam
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    I'd love to be living in Madinatul Munawwarah

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  • Abu julaybeeb
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    But most people will usually live in a country that is catered for them one of the factors is law.
    As u can see the difference between england/usa and saudi arabia/ japan
    One has high crime rates the other doesnt. The law thats governs a city is one of the most important factors when making hijra.
    To practise your deen openly i think theres more then what you said. Yes for example in england a women can wear niqab but she gets harrassed and spat on
    to practise your deen openly means you have safety and everyday thats decreasing not only in the west but even in middle eastern countries. In egypt how many people were killed coz they wanted sharia
    And there are places where sharia is fully inplemented but people believe lies of the taghut media and dont look into Islam fully so they think its not worthy of hijra to these places

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  • Umm Fatimah
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Originally posted by Abdell View Post
    Put your trust in Allah SWT and don't leave the Muslim country you decide to migrate to at the first sign of difficulty.

    I hear so many stories of Muslims leaving Muslim Countries a month or few after realizing that finding a Job that pay as well as their Western Job is difficult.

    Think about it bro, we have very poor Muslim communities in the West and many of us live with social welfare but stay patient but we can't do the same thing in a Muslim land.

    Istagfurllah.

    If you're working now, see if you can save enough money to run an online business that can net you 1500 a month to keep you aflot in your new Muslim Country.
    Brother, people on welfare remain patient because they have been handed money to eat and their rent gets paid. This does not exist in most Muslim lands (well I don't know any where it exists) so if you don't have a job=you don't have money=either you start begging on the streets or you leave. I used to think that you should just trust in Allah swt and turn up in a country and see what happens, but now after living the reality of it I see that the wise person ties his camel (ie gets relevant qualifications, researches job opportunities etc) and puts his trust in Allah swt.

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  • Umm Fatimah
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Originally posted by Strivingbro View Post
    Thats quite low I thought the Jordan economy was more developed than that. My mum was offered a job once at princess noura uni, without Celta, 2k per month with usual benefits. But those were the good old days.
    That salary was very high for me as I didn't have a degree at the time. That is probably the maximum that a qualified Jordanian would get. Generally speaking public sector salaries are not great, considering that Jordan is an expensive place to live and the economy has fallen in recent years. I assume that your mum got offered that job as an external candidate? That makes a big difference. A teaching job in a university will have a better job than a school but they will be looking for much higher qualifications (Phd now, whereas Masters before) The locals however get understandably miffed when Brits/Americans get higher salaries than them whilst being less qualified. Schools that claim to be 'British' or 'American' and teach in english medium maybe only have one or two native speakers in the whole school, so they are willing to pay over the odds for a native speaker. I was offered jobs when I went to schools to enquire if they had places for my own children.

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  • aynina
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Anywhere outside of this house atm

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  • Abu Jarir
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    Jordan

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  • Strivingbro
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    Re: Where would you go to make Hijrah

    Thats quite low I thought the Jordan economy was more developed than that. My mum was offered a job once at princess noura uni, without Celta, 2k per month with usual benefits. But those were the good old days.

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