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  • #16
    The thing about home is like family might try give to you tasks or chores during the afternoon so you might have to shorten your salah. 
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Kiro View Post
      The thing about home is like family might try give to you tasks or chores during the afternoon so you might have to shorten your salah.¬*
      Its more about night prayer

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

        Wear 2 layer niqaab
        you can just flip the 2nd layer on and it covers the whole face including eyes
        then flip it off so everything covered except eyes
        Yes, I've seen those ....seem a bit hazardous to wear at night though :/

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        • #19
          Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

          Yes, I've seen those ....seem a bit hazardous to wear at night though :/
          Which is why women should not go out at night without a mehram present

          Ive seen women leave the masjid walking on the streets by them selves in the night at 1 30am thats just asking for trouble making yourself so vulnerable

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

            Which is why women should not go out at night without a mehram present

            Ive seen women leave the masjid walking on the streets by them selves in the night at 1 30am thats just asking for trouble making yourself so vulnerable
            Sorry I meant thats generally hazardous to wear in the dark ...even if you are with someone you still have to use your own eyes to see.

            I agree, that is dangerous and just completely unnecessary when the womans salah is preferable in her home.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

              Sorry I meant thats generally hazardous to wear in the dark ...even if you are with someone you still have to use your own eyes to see.

              I agree, that is dangerous and just completely unnecessary when the womans salah is preferable in her home.
              U know they can still see through it

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              • #22
                You guys went off topic

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                • #23
                  Home.

                  Although masjid atmosphere is nice too.

                  But at home you can have a break. 

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                  • #24
                    Maybe a chocolate biscuit. Or something.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
                      Maybe a chocolate biscuit. Or something.
                      She knows what she's talking about :)

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                      • #26
                        Masjid any time of the day, such an amazing Iman boost. I pray at home 99% of the times, alone. The change in scene and listening to amazing hafiz recite the Quran beginning to end is amazing. As others said, masjid becomes alive that late at night & standing with our sisters in prayer makes me feel like I am part of a greater community & makes me want to be better Muslim. It makes Ramadan festive/spiritual to me. I am jealous that men get to experience this feeling everyday and I feel bad for man who are bored of masjid scene.

                        I also meet my mom there everyday which is amazing when you are married & don't live at home. It is also is somewhat romantic in my view to go to masjid with your husband together & to have him wait for you after salah outside & then talk about todays recitation during drive home. Great couple activity. I do agree, masjid can be intimidating for women who are shy and it can be loud and not the best place for long personalized dua. The loudness doesn't bother me because salah time everyone quiets down but I always pray in 1st or 2nd row out of 7+ rows. so I don't hear girls sitting in back chitchatting. When salah is not on going, the chatting can be super loud but its break time & Imam is most likely doing fundraising. It took me a while to feel comfortable to do long personalized dua or read Quran while the imam is fundraising or ladies are chitchatting or a baby is crying. Its my time in place of worship and no one is judging.

                        Yesterday was our kahtum tarawee & I was in tears the entire time. Truly felt like end of Ramadan & Quran leaving us. I know many women prefer doing Tarawee at home but the few days I skipped going to masjid, I found myself either shortening my prayer because I realize there is pill of laundry to do or some other chores should be done. Or I didn't get started until almost midnight, because I was busy doing house chores. I find it more distracting at home for long prayers. Masjid is like vacation where you leave your worldly affairs behind to focus on Allah

                        Originally posted by Kiro View Post
                        The thing about home is like family might try give to you tasks or chores during the afternoon so you might have to shorten your salah.¬*

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                        • #27
                          Allahumma baarik beautiful post sister Kya

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Umm Uthmaan View Post
                            You guys went off topic
                            Sorry

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                            • #29
                              Dear sisters. How is your ibadah now that Ramadan has gone? Are you still keeping up with your prayers at night? Are you still asking Allah with the same eager you had during Ramadan? I heard a sheikh say, that the Rabb of Ramadan is also the Rabb of shawal. Allah still descends every night on the last third of the night subhanahu wa ta'la.

                              Ask yourself: O mankind, what has deceived you concerning your Lord, the Generous?

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Abu julaybeeb View Post

                                Sorry
                                Typical.

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