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  • aabdall 79
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    In a strange way I sort of agree. They have tried it, tested it, had either a pleasant or bad experience (fornicated a multitude of times maybe) and saw what having a relationship (even though failed) entailed of, sexually, emotionally (and maybe even in terms of responsibility if he wasn't a total player)

    But Muslim men are in the dark and then thrusted into marriage with all sorts of fantasies and desires. Difference is, they haven't found out what it's like until it's too late.

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  • Linkdeutscher
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    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    So a born muslim with a jahiliyya that returned to islam isn't considered a revert?
    Depends on the ruling on not praying.

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  • noobz
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    what a lewd thread , there are 13 year olds on this forum.

    i demand it be locked now.

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  • obaid_m
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    Well, the solution is getting back to the religion. Pornogrphey have cause a huge damage to humans but no one is doing anything about it because people are hypocrites. And if you don't show skin, then you are backward.

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  • aynina
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    Originally posted by .mirror. View Post
    Being from jahiliyyah doesn't have much to do with reverts. A born Muslim can just as much sleep around as a kafir.

    And a man who doesn't fear Allah can easily go around having extramarital relationship even while he's married. In fact, it's happening all the time.

    Really it all comes down to Taqwa and knowledge of the deen. Being expereinced, revert, etc., doesn't come into this.

    So a born muslim with a jahiliyya that returned to islam isn't considered a revert?

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  • Silent being
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    Originally posted by Simply_Logical View Post
    curiosity killed the cat
    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:(

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  • mohmin
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    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    Are you tryna saymen don't love ever?
    men are more practical sadly... and visual

    but i'm a woman and i'm done with the whole 'love' BS myself.

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  • aynina
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    Originally posted by quark View Post
    I'd take "infatuation" over the love you're describing, which sounds more like bowel problems if you ask me.
    Are you tryna saymen don't love ever?

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  • ~Umar~
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    Originally posted by Silent being View Post
    I'm curious now...
    Don't be.

    Trust me

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  • .mirror.
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    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    Are you judging reverts here, cus then u havent met OP yet

    I feel likenporn addiction is something a man can easily pick back up whereas i would be the replacement for previous relationships, but not for porn if that makes more sense
    Being from jahiliyyah doesn't have much to do with reverts. A born Muslim can just as much sleep around as a kafir.

    And a man who doesn't fear Allah can easily go around having extramarital relationship even while he's married. In fact, it's happening all the time.

    Really it all comes down to Taqwa and knowledge of the deen. Being expereinced, revert, etc., doesn't come into this.

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  • mohmin
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    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'...

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  • aynina
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    [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

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  • Figs
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    Sis you don't need to solve this. 'Experience' as interpreted from OP has little to nothing to do with the way a man will treat a future spouse in the future except for maybe a case by case thing like the brother said earlier, where one's experience may have changed their view.

    There are non Muslims who never date, never drink alcohol, and either don't have the opportunity to do so or don't want to for whatever reason they choose, regardless of belief system,and the same goes for Muslims. Then you get Muslims and non Muslims (both always) who will fool around like there's no tomorrow. But a person, Muslim or not may have never been involved with the opposite gender for a variety of reasons, it's not always an issue or morality or religion for some people...it just doesn't happen sometimes. But it doesn't guarantee they will have the right mindset or will display proper treatment of women or their future wives in general. Anyone even religious people who strive could have had a past of watching inappropriate material online, etc or can have internalized portrayals of treatment of women or ideas of marriage (like the normality of cheating as portrayed by the media) by media outlet (TV shows,etc) or even seeing their elders like parents, etc and the relationship that occurred between them. Experience here shouldn't really be a person's past involvement or lack of involvement with the opposite gender, it should be the environment a person grew up in or was surrounded by and the ideas often promoted regarding the opposite gender and a person's own circumstances (example: in a medicine program a guy could be too busy to get involved with someone etc but doesn't mean he is necessarily gonna treat his wife well in the future- just an example of a imaginary scenario though), etc.

    Experience would need to be redefined here, to mean life experiences but not necessarily experience regarding involvement with the opposite gender and examples of upright men shouldn't be analyzed by whether they had a past or not...it's really a lot more than that, but this is all my opinion. I really know nothing tbh.

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  • quark
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    Originally posted by aynina View Post
    Then i hope i dont end up with that person, im very emotional
    I'd take "infatuation" over the love you're describing, which sounds more like bowel problems if you ask me.

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  • aynina
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    Originally posted by quark View Post
    "jahailiyya" is basically code for having committed zina, if I understand you correctly. What exactly makes you think there exists fornicators who don't watch porn? Your plans are wholly unrealistic because you have no idea what you're talking about or how men function in general.
    I'm starting to feel as if i know better then you do

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