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  • Linkdeutscher
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by .mirror. View Post
    No, if he had imaan in his heart, he was still a Muslim.
    There's actually a valid difference of opinion on this.

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  • aynina
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by peras1 View Post
    This thread is weird.

    How can a women prefer a man who committed zina? He would always be comparing you to his previous experiences. Whereas a man who is a virgin is clueless and has no idea and is satisfied.

    If you really care so much, then marry someone who has divorced.

    Society is so corrupt man. I hate this generation. Wish I was born 300 years ago.
    Believe me men without experience expect way more because they see these lingery advertisement etc and they think all woman are models and theycompare to movies etc, while an experienced man is realistic

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  • Linkdeutscher
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    How?
    If you go by the ruling that not praying makes you a kaafir, then a non-practising 'born' Muslim who returns to the Deen is a revert.

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  • mohmin
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by quark View Post
    What other reason is there to marry? Objectively, the only reasons to marry is "the obvious reason" and to start a family. This has nothing to do with age.
    why would a guy want to start a family at 21?

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  • .mirror.
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    So a born muslim with a jahiliyya that returned to islam isn't considered a revert?
    No, if he had imaan in his heart, he was still a Muslim.

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by peras1 View Post
    This thread is weird.

    How can a women prefer a man who committed zina? He would always be comparing you to his previous experiences. Whereas a man who is a virgin is clueless and has no idea and is satisfied.

    If you really care so much, then marry someone who has divorced.

    Society is so corrupt man. I hate this generation. Wish I was born 300 years ago.
    Yeh me too, I hate this generation, the porn generation - so corrupted

    it's going to get worse unfortunately

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  • aabdall 79
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    It'a like that whole talk about stares, and abuse in Muslim countries, even Isis recruitment.

    It's to do with sexual depravity.

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  • quark
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by mohmin View Post

    but i'm a woman
    Ah now it's clear.

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  • aynina
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    Originally posted by Linkdeutscher View Post
    Depends on the ruling on not praying.
    How?

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  • zantz
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    Originally posted by Silent being View Post
    lol I don't mind being the cat.I was once told to keep a curious mind. Just wondering what are you guys learning from this the thread.I need to know, I like knowing

    I'm the why, how type of a person:(
    Killed it n9ne times

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  • peras1
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    Re: Is not being experienced a problem

    This thread is weird.

    How can a women prefer a man who committed zina? He would always be comparing you to his previous experiences. Whereas a man who is a virgin is clueless and has no idea and is satisfied.

    If you really care so much, then marry someone who has divorced.

    Society is so corrupt man. I hate this generation. Wish I was born 300 years ago.

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  • quark
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    Originally posted by mohmin View Post
    meh i agree with what you are saying. i mean who really buys it when a 21 year old kid says he wants to get married for any reason other than the obvious... c'mon, which 21 year old want to get married for any reason other than s*x?

    its incredibly admirable that he is waiting until marriage of course before doing it but the sad fact is as a result they don't look for piety much, at that age its 'do i fancy her, does she want to marry me - thats enough' rather than 'are we compatible and does she have piety too'...
    What other reason is there to marry? Objectively, the only reasons to marry is "the obvious reason" and to start a family. This has nothing to do with age.

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by noobz View Post
    what a lewd thread , there are 13 year olds on this forum.

    i demand it be locked now.
    yeh you're right, I think I'll report it

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  • aynina
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    Originally posted by mohmin View Post
    men are more practical sadly... and visual

    but i'm a woman and i'm done with the whole 'love' BS myself.
    I know a lot of men are cruel but there are some that can love sis, but love is also overrated though, even though the average love type does exist

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  • zantz
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    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    [MENTION=119080]zantz[/MENTION] [MENTION=36228]Simply_Logical[/MENTION] yallah...

    If you mean self pleasuring thats not a solution as well, the guys i refer to in op are defs already into that if not addicted
    Err no i mean tips on how to know if ur infatuated and stuff

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