Hello, I have enjoyed reading the message board. I have always been interested in different cultures and religions, (that means different from my own). I am not a Muslim but I have been hearing so much negative information about Muslims since 9/11 that I have descided that all Muslims can not be evil and I need to becoming informed about this myself. Well I have learned a great deal and firmly believe Islam is not an evil religion. I am still very ignorant about a lot of believes and find it very difficult to find someone who would just be willing to answer simple questions ment for information only not critisism. It seems to me that men are not aloud to talk with women except when looking for a wife. Sorry to say I am one of those intellegual woman who is not satisfied with washing dishes and cooking all day and my understanding of Islam is that woman only belong at home. I have even read part of "The Green Book" to learn more about how women are viewed. Well anyway I hope I have not offended anyone and I do appreciate you letting me ramble on so much. I wish all of you the best of luck in life.
As-Salaam alaykum, I just wanted everyone to know that I do not wish to sound rude but this site is as disrespectful as can be. When a simple request can go ignored where does the All Mighty Allah(swt) fit in? If a sister can ask out of modesty that brothers not e-mail her directly it would be sort of expected that as muslims her request would be respected. But because it seems that no one cares about my request I am leaving this site and deleteing my profile. any sisters who have my e-mail address please continue to e-mail me, as for everyone else I hope allah's light guides you to a honorable place in jenna. Respect is something that must be given and recieved, if you cannot respect your brothers and sisters pray to allah(swt) show you the true meaning of respect.
I am new here and am trying to find out more about Islam. I've been a non-practicing jew for 20 years and I feel very drawn to Islam. It feels like its trying to pull me "home." I would like to make some new friends and find out more about Islam. Please e-mail me
Assalamaualikum bro & sis's
Thanks Good i found this site of having so much friend all around the world. I do appreciated that we will have the same vision to build up our Islam better and better time by time.
If you wanna reach me, write me at
I'll be so much glad of having many friends.
for all sis and brot.... asalamo alaikom
about this site not bad.but if ther chat room it will be coming good .any way i am usin the internet since 1995.i thing ther is no exelant site for islam. may be this .
for all sister i am now 26 years and i am looking for wife. good muslime girle with hijab to living with me to make great muslim family i hope to find my secand half.inshallah.
my name anas fahmawi. 26 years ,i am palestanian. my family living in amman(jordan) and i am living in abu dhabi(unitted arab emirates) i am working her . i am waiting from all muslims inshallah.
I am new memeber of this site It is great first time I am seeing that muslims are coming closer to each other.Any way I am stying in BOMBAY INDIA
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how are u to all muslim brother and sister,,
I am from afghanistan,,,i request to those muslim
who are from muslims countries,,,but now they are living in nomuslims countries,,,u should not lose
and forget right way,,,and u should teach to new born children islamic eduction,,and the muslime sister should be in full cloth in nonmuslim countries,,,i have seen alot of muslims sister,,they have half cloth,,,
I want to inform you that there are so many moslem accessories product in my country that you can buy from me, you can tell me what you need, I will inform you about the specification and the price, and how you can buy from me,insyaAllah
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I am looking to go to Madina to do my Research about Islam and the method of the profit(S.A.W)
If any brother or sisters went to Madina can u please tell me how the place is like and the area is like.
I have only been a member here for about a week now but I must say there is a big slack on muslim respect here. I only wish to comment because I posted my information and when I started getting floods of e-mails from men who were "looking" I realized that I needed to stippulate I wanted only sisters to contact me. I even said that if a brother could ask a sister to e-mail me on his behalf I would resopnd to him. I don't know Islam past my little spot on the globe but where I am sisters do not "hang out" or interact with the brothers unless it is necessary. This also goes for on the internet. All I am asking for is a little courtesy. I don't want to seem like I am being cold or discrimnate but I have not been a muslim for very long and if it is not right to do something, then I do not want to start adding sins to my book so soon.
Jazakum Allahu Khairan,
MOST DIRECT AND SAFEST WAY TO GOD
In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
There are many ways leading to Almighty God; all of these true ways have been derived from the Qur'an, but some of them are safer, and more comprehensive and lead to the destination more directly than others. The way I have derived from the Qur'an by my own defective understanding, depends upon a man's perception and confession of his helplessness and poverty before God's Might and Riches, and upon affection and reflection.
Man's perception and confession of his helplessness is a way as sure as the way of love of God, or even safer than that, since it elevates a man so as to be loved by God on account of sincere devotion to Him. Man's perception and confession of his poverty or inadequacy leads to the Divine Name, the All-Merciful, Affection is more effective than love and leads to the Name, the All-Compassionate. Reflection is more bright and comprehensive than love and leads to the Name, the All-Wise.
This way of ours is unlike some Sufi Orders which have conceived ten steps to purify and sharpen ten outer and inner senses or faculties of man, and whose members prefer silent recitation of God's Names. It is equally unlike others which have adopted public recitation and seek to enable man to purify himself from all the defects contained in the seven stations of the soul.
Our way consists of four steps, and, rather than being a tariqa, it is Shari'a, or the truth itself. The fundamental principles of this way consist in following the Sunna, performing the religious obligations, avoiding the heinous, major sins, and in performing the five prayers properly, and in reciting litanies of praise to God after every prayer.
The first step of this way finds its expression in the verse, Do not justify and hold yourselves as sinless.
The second step is indicated by the verse, Be not as those who forget God and so He caused them to forget their own selves.
The third step is pointed to by the verse, Whatever good visits you is from God, whatever evil befalls you is from yourself.
The final step is shown by the verse, All things perish except His Face and His good pleasure.
The following is a brief explanation of these four steps:
The first step
Man must never regard himself as infallible, and sinless, since he loves himself first on account of his commanding self, thus he will sacrifice anything to satisfy it. He praises himself as though he were a god, and holds himself to be free from every defect. He endeavors to prove himself free from guilt and defends himself with so much insistence that you would think him full of self-love. Furthermore, he exploits the faculties entrusted to him for giving praise and thanks to God, to the glorification of his own self, and thus becomes referent of the verse, who takes as his god his own desires and fancies. He praises himself, relies upon himself, and admires himself. A man can purify himself in this step only by regarding himself as fallible, liable, even susceptible, to error.
The second step
As the verse, Be not as those who forgot God (and so He caused them to forget their own selves teaches, man is oblivious of himself, and is not aware of himself. He will never want to remember death, although he will always consider others to be mortal. He holds back at the time of bearing hardships and rendering services, but considers he should be the first to receive the reward at the time of collecting fruits. A man can purify himself at this step by discharging his responsibilities, and being prepared for death, and by forgetting any reward he might obtain.
The third step
As the verse, Whatever good visits you is from God, whatever evil befalls you is from yourself teaches, the evil-commanding soul always ascribes good to himself and feels conceited, whereas in reality he should perceive his defects and insufficiency and give thanks to God and praise Him for whatever good he is able to do. According to the meaning of the verse, Prosperous is he who purifies it, his purification at this step is possible by knowing his perfection to lie in confession of his imperfection, his power in perception of his helplessness, and his wealth in acceptance of his essential poverty and inadequacy.
The fourth step
As the verse, All things perish except His 'Face' and His good pleasure teaches, man under the influence of his evil-commanding soul considers himself to be completely free and existent in his own right. Furthermore, he goes so far as to claim divinity for himself and rebels against his Creator, Who alone deserves to be worshipped. He can save himself from this perilous situation only by perceiving the truth that everything is, with respect to its own self, essentially non-existent, contingent, ephemeral and mortal, and that only on account of being a mirror reflecting the Names of the Majestic Maker and responsible with various duties is man existent, experiencing and experienced.
Man can purify himself in this stage by perceiving that his existence lies in confession of his essential non-existence. He must know that when he considers himself to be self-existent, he falls into the darkest pit of non-existence. In other words, if he relies upon his personal existence, ignoring the Real Creator, then his ephemeral, firefly personal existence becomes drowned in the infinite darkness of non-existence. If, on the contrary, he abandons pride and egoism, and recognizes that he is nothing but a mirror in which the Real Creator manifests Himself, then he attains to infinite existence. Thus, because he has discovered the Necessary Being, the manifestations of Whose Names cause all things to come into existence, he is counted to have found everything.
This way is the method of affection and reflection, and the individual's recognition of his own incompetence and insufficiency.
This way leads to its objective rapidly since it is the easiest and most direct way, and consists of four stages only. A man's recognition of his incompetence leads him to rely upon God alone, once he has succeeded in freeing himself from the influence of his commanding self. Love, which is regarded as the quickest route, can lead to the true Beloved only after it is freed from the false ephemeral beloved.
This method is safer than other ways, since instead of leading a man to utter boastful words, and make false claims, it obliges him to recognize his incompetence and to ascribe all his defects to himself.
This way is a main 'highway', much broader and more universal. For, in order to attain to a constant awareness of God's presence, it requires neither the denial nor the ignoring of the actual existence of the universe, as is demanded by those who believe in the 'Unity of Being' (Wahdat al-Wujud) or 'Unity of the Witnessed' (Wahdat al-Shuhud). Instead, it admits the actual existence of the universe as proclaimed in the Qur'an, by ascribing it directly to the Majestic Creator. It considers all things as mirrors in which manifestations of the Divine Names are reflected, and does not consider the creation as self-existent and self-perpetuating but as manifestations of His Names and accordingly devoted to His service. It saves man from heedlessness to make him always aware of God's presence by opening up a way to Him through everything.
In short: This way considers beings as neither existent nor working on their own behalf, rather, beings function, according to this way, as signs and officials of God, the All-Mighty.
This is an important proposal of marriage may be good for muslim families,or muslim women or convertsliving in U.S,Canada.,Australia,Newzeland or Europe.,or for muslim families of Arabic origin living in these countries.
This proposal could be good for fathers or mothers looking for suitable husband for to
This is my proposal in clear words..,
I'm A.F.,22yo,muslim Egyptian.,doctor of veterinary medicine(newly graduate in fact.)
I'mlooking for a new begin in my life so,I'm planning for migration to one of the above mentioned countries,then equalize my Egyptian certificate(BSc in veterinary medicine)and then work as a vet.
Working as a DVM is a good job can offer a very good income in sha allah.
The begin will be deficult I suppose(as I own only my Egyptian certificate and great expectations)
So, my proposal frankly is for ¿¿.
A muslim family looking for a suitable husband for their daughter(with a good future in sha alah)and ready to offer me a generous help to begin my life till I'm able to continue it with my wife.
Converted muslimah who is looking for a pious man with good future and carrier in sha allah.
If anyone want to know about me ,he/she can contact me on my e-mail
and.. may alah inforce his will and inspires us with the good for our life and creed
Hi again ...
I got it for the email use ;-) I was such in a hurry yesterday ;-)
I still would like to know about the correspondance between "baccalaureat"+5years degree ("ingénieur") and US level... Thanks in advance.
I appreciate the answer of Afrikan4life to Patty, especially because, even if I share most of my time with muslim people, I was not born in this religion. But if we consider muslim means "believer", so I am one of yours ;-)
even if I don't pray and so on... I try to be a good person, and to open my heart: most of the time it works, believe me ;-)
I am interested in contacts with people from all around the world, and think to learn more about India, Pakistan and this area...
Excuse my english... I am french ! nobody is perfect ;-)
Welcome 2 our muslim world "Patty" Is our duty as muslims to welcome everybody. In islam, we are thaought to love everybody, and live happyly ever. We don't hate nobody,unfortunatly some people use islam as a way of making it look bad. I am sure u know what i am talking about. I am sure, da owner of da site wont mind u bien here, as long as u are fair and nice to others. (which i am sure u are) I thing that is one of da reason we have this site. To respect one onther and share Ideas. Islam is great and we get alone very well with non muslims too. Although it seems to be so much confusion in this world now a days. Anyways, i just want welcome u, as in, individual. Hope u enjoy your stay. God bless us all.
aslam o alaikom
brothers & sisters. this is no doubt a good web site but in registeration why do ther ask for wieght hight etc what do they have to do with that? i want to know the answer of this question, realy.