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    Salam,

    How do you meet a potential husband.
    I am 27 years old, a single mother of a 3 year old son, due to his father not being present or a practising Muslim, I am solely responsible for him becoming a good Muslim.

    I am new to the area, and the people around me are non-Muslims, hence why I'm on here.

    Any advice is appreciated.

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    walaykum salaam you could try the marital websites like pure matrimony, I heard that's a decent one

    not trying to put you off but be careful becauses sometimes there's married men on there pretending to be single when in reality they're just after some fun if you get my drift

    Just make sure your wali is present whenever you communicate and you should be fine inshaAllah

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    • #3
      Originally posted by muslimsister91 View Post
      Salam,

      How do you meet a potential husband.
      I am 27 years old, a single mother of a 3 year old son, due to his father not being present or a practising Muslim, I am solely responsible for him becoming a good Muslim.

      I am new to the area, and the people around me are non-Muslims, hence why I'm on here.

      Any advice is appreciated.
      Wsalam

      Work on finding some sisters in order to have some support. Then take your time to find a husband, perhaps via the links you make or via "local" masjids. Online it's sounds like a minefield but works for some.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by muslimsister91 View Post

        Salam,

        How do you meet a potential husband.
        I am 27 years old, a single mother of a 3 year old son, due to his father not being present or a practising Muslim, I am solely responsible for him becoming a good Muslim.

        I am new to the area, and the people around me are non-Muslims, hence why I'm on here.
        Any advice is appreciated.
        If the father is not present how does your son manage to eat ham at his fathers house?

        https://www.ummah.com/forum/forum/fa...1-son-eats-ham

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mintchocchip View Post

          If the father is not present how does your son manage to eat ham at his fathers house?

          https://www.ummah.com/forum/forum/fa...1-son-eats-ham
          My son sees him twice a month and in terms of him gaining any Islamic knowledge from him, well that's non-existent. In terms of a presence, that's not constant. I should have clarified. But thank you so much for drawing this post to that attention.

          You appear to be on the offensive looking for someone to attack or cast out. I'm not the person to argue with.

          You should perhaps read a post of mine on the lounge section, it may teach you a thing or 2.



          I hope that adequately answers your condescending question.
          Last edited by muslimsister91; 10-02-19, 09:07 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by muslimsister91 View Post

            My son sees him twice a month and in terms of him gaining any Islamic knowledge from him, well that's non-existent. In terms of a presence, that's not constant. I should have clarified. But thank you so much for drawing this post to that attention.

            You appear to be on the offensive looking for someone to attack or cast out. I'm not the person to argue with.

            You should perhaps read a post of mine on the lounge section, it may teach you a thing or 2.



            I hope that adequately answers your condescending question.
            How did you come to that conclusion?

            You seem like a troll and your blunders have been pointed out by some other sisters too. When asked questions you fail to answer and you seem to be asking such questions that have obvious answers.

            You should actually read your own post in that section.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mintchocchip View Post

              How did you come to that conclusion?

              You seem like a troll and your blunders have been pointed out by some other sisters too. When asked questions you fail to answer and you seem to be asking such questions that have obvious answers.

              You should actually read your own post in that section.
              Maybe she is going through a tough time and is a bit sensitive. Allow it.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by zi-zizou View Post

                Maybe she is going through a tough time and is a bit sensitive. Allow it.
                I can't believe this is coming from you

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

                  I can't believe this is coming from you
                  I had some time to do some introspection.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mintchocchip View Post

                    How did you come to that conclusion?

                    You seem like a troll and your blunders have been pointed out by some other sisters too. When asked questions you fail to answer and you seem to be asking such questions that have obvious answers.

                    You should actually read your own post in that section.
                    If you think someone is trolling then why bother respond? No one is forcing you to reply to threads.

                    I think the sister is right, so many people on here just respond to attack the other person. Your not asking questions to help the sister but just so you can offend her even further. This needs to stop. Please speak good or remain silent.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by muslimsister91 View Post
                      Salam,

                      How do you meet a potential husband.
                      I am 27 years old, a single mother of a 3 year old son, due to his father not being present or a practising Muslim, I am solely responsible for him becoming a good Muslim.

                      I am new to the area, and the people around me are non-Muslims, hence why I'm on here.

                      Any advice is appreciated.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Janna90 View Post

                        If you think someone is trolling then why bother respond? No one is forcing you to reply to threads.

                        I think the sister is right, so many people on here just respond to attack the other person. Your not asking questions to help the sister but just so you can offend her even further. This needs to stop. Please speak good or remain silent.
                        Responded just incase she is not trolling, no harm in giving her the benefit of the doubt.

                        After reading replies to her and her response/lack of response I felt she was trolling.

                        As for you Janna90 you are accusing me of something that was not my intention so think carefully before throwing accusations.



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                          • #14
                            Any local mosques you can go to? Possible to make friends/connections there?

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                            • #15
                              go on pure matrimony everything else is not good

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