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  1. Tried To Stop

    :D Good advice given by brother Lateral and Sister alot2learn, Masha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url]. Its really sad and bad that people have nothing better to talk and gossip about. :D Sister, Insha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] this won't last long and everything should settle down. If the worst comes to the worst then do have your say. i.e. if someone is accusing you of doing something wrong to your face then just acknowledge them with the truth, Insha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url]. But rest assured sister, it might be really bad now, but Insha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] things will get better. You carry on with the way you were, you know and (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] (swt) knows whom did wrong and whom did right and this is most important sister. The truth always prevails sister, without a doubt. :D Some people are so ignorant to the truth and its human nature to try and look for someone to blame! No one will accept anything to be their fault sis, and your friend did bad, but people will be looking for someone else to blame! Believe me sis, this has happened to me many a time, and I have also lost respect in some family members' eyes because of rumours being spread about me!!! But hey sis, this is how I have taken it. :D And I don't mind, Insha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] they will learn the truth and then if not an apology then at least admit that they were wrong. Hang on in there. You're getting a double dose. First dose is losing such a close/old friend, and another is, getting the blame for something she's done! Take it as Thanks for your friendship sister, because if she was a true friend she would have at least listened to you before doing anything. :D With duas, :D Eliza
  2. Is This Bad...? Is My Imaan Getting Weak?

    :D Masha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] sister :D :D Eliza
  3. Lost A Close And Good Friend...

    :D Inna Lilahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Rajioon. :D May (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] (swt) reward him janna tul firdus, forgive all his sins and lessen the suffering of all his close and dear, (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Amin"]Ameen[/url]. :D Eliza
  4. Newborn Baby

    :D May (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] (swt) grant this little blessing with good health and guide him to grow up to become pious, (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Amin"]Ameen[/url]. :D Yeah what's his name??? :D :D Eliza
  5. Plz Make Dua That I Get A Part-time Job

    :D May (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url] (swt) reward you with success here and in the hereafter and provide you with all that you need, (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Amin"]Ameen[/url]. :D Eliza
  6. :D Dr Zakir Naik for me :D. And Harun Yahya is also good, Masha'(www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_glossary/glossary_a001.html#Allah"]Allah[/url]. :D
  7. Eid Clothes

    :D I have also bought new clothes for most of the Eids. There has been some where I could't afford anything, or I preferred my husband buying something for himself rather than me. But Insha'Allah this year have bought Eid clothes for all of us. :D And I have bought our cultural dress which meets the Islamic requirements Insha'Allah. :D :D Eliza
  8. Is This Bad...? Is My Imaan Getting Weak?

    :D Sister Why not think or it positively? From the way you described your sorrow, I feel it was through you repenting rather than having strong Imaan, Insha'Allah. You were crying for Allah (swt) to forgive you for all your negligance, as soon as you realised. Maybe Allah (swt) heard your sincere duas and efforts and has forgiven you thus He has granted you the peace in your heart what you wanted? :D Don't think negatively sister, Insha'Allah its a good thing. From now onwards just don't look back and Insha'Allah increase your knowledge and faith in Allah (swt). :D Smile sis!!! And don't worry. :D With duas, :D Eliza
  9. :D In Birmingham, UK we break our fast at 5:58pm, Insha'Allah. :D But saying that, in some places within Birmingham I have noticed that there are different timings too. :D Sis Strider, seeing as we have to eat at sunset and no later then I would have thought the person would have to follow the time in the country they are in, Insha'Allah. :D But thats IF they fast, as its not compulsory for a travellor to fast, Insha'Allah, although of course one would have to make up their fast another time. :D :D Eliza
  10. Do You Pray Magrib First?

    :D Exactly the same! :D Otherwise I feel as something BIG has been missed out. :D And don't feel like eating. :D :D Eliza
  11. :D The holy month of Ramadhan is hurrying near to the end, Subhan'Allah, and I was wondering how my brothers and sisters' in Islam were coping with fasting? Insha'Allah everyone is feeling immense benefit from fasting and Allah (swt) rewards us all for our efforts, Ameen. :D Share with us your days in Ramadhan, maybe you could inspire us to do something different in our lives? Insha'Allah. With duas, :D Eliza
  12. Does Anyone Know Please?

    :D I find yoghurt or tomatoes are good as a thickening agent, or maybe even as simple as potatoes? :D Insha'Allah that helps. :D Eliza
  13. :D Yes sister, her fast is okay and Insha'Allah she should be okay to make up for the missed fasts ASAP. I know as I have been advised by a Scholar on Islam Channel as I was also in a similar situation. :D :D Eliza
  14. Last Online Date And Time

    :D That was quick!!! I blinked and missed it as usual!!! :D So is it coming back or are we going without? :D :D Eliza
  15. :D Encourage Marriage to Discourage Immorality [24:32] You shall encourage those of you who are single to get married. They may marry the righteous among your male and female servants, if they are poor. Allah will enrich them from His grace. Allah is Bounteous, Knower. This is what I was trying to say in a way, about having faith in Allah (swt). [24:33] Those who cannot afford to get married shall maintain morality until Allah provides for them from His grace. Those among your servants who wish to be freed in order to marry, you shall grant them their wish, once you realize that they are honest. And give them from Allah's money that He has bestowed upon you. You shall not force your girls to commit prostitution, seeking the materials of this world, if they wish to be chaste. If anyone forces them, then Allah, seeing that they are forced, is Forgiver, Merciful. :D Eliza
  16. :D But wouldn't that mean if you don't earn anything yourself? i.e. if you are dependant upon your parents for example? :D In that case I would also recommend you wait, don't marry. But if you are earning, however much it is, and you have a little left over (for example) you can afford the food and clothing for her (for the time being) then should it be delayed? :D After all, the brother is saying he is planning to live with his parents after marriage. So Insha'Allah that would mean that expense would be less right? And if his wife, Insha'Allah decided to work, then (if she wanted to) she could help out a little? Until their situation is better? I agree with you totally sister MO. That no one should marry if they are fully dependant upon their parents. Its not a good idea really. Otherwise make your money go further, Insha'Allah. :D :D Eliza
  17. :D JazakAllah kair sister Hijaban. :D Insha'Allah you will find things are easier when you're willing to try hard. :D With duas, :D Eliza
  18. At My Wits End

    :D I was thinking along the same lines. :D Meaning, just keep good relation with your nieces and nephews but don't talk to the sister-in-law much, just avoid her. Sister, she will receive her just punishment when its due. Don't fall to her standards by doing stuff that she would do. Rise above her behaviour and set a great example to her kids and Insha'Allah everyone around you, so they shall be able to see easier the clear picture. You have a lot of paitence Masha'Allah and as I have said before, in good time all shall stop and everyone shall see the truth. :D :D Eliza
  19. :D Al'hamdulilah, When I married my hubby wasn't in the best of jobs and he didn't have much money coming in even though he was working full time with a part time job on top. Despite that, Al'hamdulilah he was able to find a really nice house to rent, but was shared. And I was able to live with that. So wasn't a problem. It worked out A LOT cheaper. He had to send money 'back home' too. So in all he had a lot of expenses on his hands, especially with an extra one too. (ME) Seeing his situation, how he was getting so tired and had no time for himself with his part tiem job on top of his full time job I offered to help and started working. And Al'hamdulilah it did help immensly. By my working he was able to drop his part time job and he was alot happier as he had time for himself. Al'hamdulilah we even went to India. Its not only in marriage that there is ups and downs, in life in general there will be times when you have a pocket/bank full of money and at others you will be struggling, but Insha'Allah you will find 'a way out' at the time. This is what I have experienced myself. Just have faith in Allah (swt) and make dua for Allah (swt) to save you from any calamities and help you if you are facing a calamity. :D So my point is, don't delay getting married if you fear haram things. Get married and Allah (swt) will surely help you. Maybe your wife could also work? :D And maybe Insha'Allah from the next month you shall be earning even £100 more? Whom knows!!! If you dwell on money too much I think it gets really hard. However much money you have it will never be enough if you dwell on it too much. :D Just be careful with spending, save as much as you can and don't delay marriage for money reasons. Marriage in itself isn't THAT much more expensive really. :D :D Eliza
  20. Giving £10,000 To Parents!

    :D Bro you're not being selfish by not giving your parents your hard earned, Insha'Allah halal money for it to be spent in ways you think to be haram!!! I think it would hurt you more if you saw your hard earned money being wasted in that way. If your father's business is something which you do not think it halal then don't get into it bro, just stay out, because once you do something to show you support it, thats it, there is no going back. You may have to explain yourself time and time again why you gave the money in the first place, if you do not think the business is halal. If you're giving money to your parents to be able to live, i.e. help pay bills, buy food and clothing, etc. Then Insha'Allah you are doing your bit as a Son. :D Don't worry about the rest. Being a son you had the duty to try and send your parents to hajj, you offered but your dad refused, you can't exactly force him to go can you!!!? :D Insha'Allah you've done all that you should have. :D :D Eliza
  21. ...alone

    :D Bro, Have you tried telling how you feel to your friends? Maybe they could help come up with a solution? Insha'Allah if they understand how down you're feeling maybe they could come up with something. i.e. Rent a room at their house, look for accomodation near their house etc. :D Eliza
  22. Bangladesh Tops Most Corrupt List

    :D Well well well. Can't say I'm surprised!!!! They'll never learn. :D Its greed in my opinion that starts corruption! :D Very true sister Curiousbud. :D :D Eliza
  23. Healthy Eating

    :D The purpose of eating high fibre foods is really important. It just makes you excrete easier, and thats more important than it sounds, believe me. And high fibre foods are usually low in fat, so don't worry about eating lots! :D Greens, wholemeal bread, brown rice, Oats, Wholewheat cereal, Dried fruits etc are all good sources of Fibre. Insha'Allah you're feeling better bro Slave!!! :D Let us know how the days are going for you. :D Eliza
  24. Habshi Halwa

    :D I had Habshi Halwa today and I know EXACTLY what you mean, it was gorgeous, lovely-jubbly in my sister's language. Felt guilty afterwards as hubby was looking for some more! :D Wish i had waited until eating it all. :D :D Eliza
  25. :D I made it! But made some small changes too, however it was truly gorgeous Masha'Allah! I made it for Iftar today! All my family came over so it was extra nice. :D I used a chilli Batter rather than the breadcrumbs and it came out really nice and crispy. Yuum. Also used Peri Peri Extra Hot sauce in the Batter which made it sour and hot! :D JazakAllah kair for your recipe sister. Never going to buy the southern fried chicken from fast food restaurants again! :D Eliza
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