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Posted on Thu, Oct 27, 2005 03:40

hey new muslimah, i am a muslim girl from Egypt. I am so proud of you, don't give up, you are on the right track. i sometimes get lonely too, it is not easy to find real muslim good man, even in muslim countries. Just hang on and keep praying and asking God to be by your side. i also want children, but do u know what i did lately, i started visiting orphans and trying to help them , it really feels great. if you can do something like that, you will feel blessed. this charity work is a great substitute specially when they are muslims. Now you want a child, u have the right to feel so, but on the otherhand, in Pakistan lots of children can't find parents, shelter, ...this is life, I hope God gives us the strength to do anything to help those in need. Believe me I have been there, once i started helping others, I almost forgot about my personal life. I pray for you that God sends you the right man you deserve. Maybe it is just not the time. He has wisdom in everything he does. Please be patient and pray alot. These are blessed days. Happy Eid
hey new muslimah, i am a muslim girl from Egypt. I am so proud of you, don't give up, you are on the right track. i sometimes get lonely too, it is not easy to find real muslim good man, even in muslim countries. Just hang on and keep praying and asking God to be by your side. i also want children, but do u know what i did lately, i started visiting orphans and trying to help them , it really feels great. if you can do something like that, you will feel blessed. this charity work is a great substitute specially when they are muslims. Now you want a child, u have the right to feel so, but on the otherhand, in Pakistan lots of children can't find parents, shelter, ...this is life, I hope God gives us the strength to do anything to help those in need. Believe me I have been there, once i started helping others, I almost forgot about my personal life. I pray for you that God sends you the right man you deserve. Maybe it is just not the time. He has wisdom in everything he does. Please be patient and pray alot. These are blessed days. Happy Eid



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Posted on Fri, Sep 15, 2006 20:43

Salamu alaikum dear sisters, I read your comments. I have two kids alhamdu lilah, but for some mothers of our muslim brother that is a big no for them to marry me, but only Allah knows what is going to happend in the future. Don't give up, beauty is on the inside and if you are not marry yet is because Allah have something much much better for you (a very dear friend told me that).Allah knows best
Salamu alaikum dear sisters, I read your comments. I have two kids alhamdu lilah, but for some mothers of our Muslim brother that is a big no for them to marry me, but only Allah knows what is going to happend in the future. Don't give up, beauty is on the inside and if you are not marry yet is because Allah have something much much better for you (a very dear friend told me that).Allah knows best

  


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Posted on Mon, Dec 26, 2005 02:28

Assalamu Alaikum Sister, InshaAllah I will be able to help you with this issue. Please contact me if you would like my assistance.



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Posted on Fri, Nov 11, 2005 16:27

newmuslimah2003 write:
Alhumdullilah, I became a Muslim in 2003. I desperately want a good Muslim husband. I want more children and a Muslim home. It is so difficult. I know that I should be grateful for what I have but why is this longing in my heart? I want to cry at the masjid sometimes when I see the babies and precious little children mimicking their Mama's prayers. I see the women walk with their husbands... In my community, which is majority Paki, no one wants a white, divorced woman to marry their son. I know, it is terribly unIslamic but it is reality. I make du'a after du'a. One day Allah will bless me I'm sure, I just need reassurance. I am not unattractive if that is what you are thinking, actually I am very beautiful, masha-Allah. I am not bragging, please, but that is not the problem. I don't know what the problem is. I'm rambling... it is lonely during Ramadan.
Alhumdullilah, I became a Muslim in 2003. I desperately want a good Muslim husband. I want more children and a Muslim home. It is so difficult. I know that I should be grateful for what I have but why is this longing in my heart? I want to cry at the masjid sometimes when I see the babies and precious little children mimicking their Mama's prayers. I see the women walk with their husbands... In my community, which is majority Paki, no one wants a white, divorced woman to marry their son. I know, it is terribly unIslamic but it is reality. I make du'a after du'a. One day Allah will bless me I'm sure, I just need reassurance. I am not unattractive if that is what you are thinking, actually I am very beautiful, masha-Allah. I am not bragging, please, but that is not the problem. I don't know what the problem is. I'm rambling... it is lonely during Ramadan.

Asalamu Alaikym sister, this is a problem that many women face-- myself included. You really have to keep praying and let it be know that you are seeking a husband. Talk with your Imam and other people at the mosque. There are lots of people in a situation similary to yours that will marry someone that is divorced because they are too-- you know -- it's not big deal to some people. Remember that this life is just trial, and and illusion-- time drags on here but we know that it just feels like that. When we are gone from this world we will feel like our whole life has been a dream and that we only lived to one day and one night on earth. So as time seems to drag on and we feel that we are aging and time is passing, the only thing that you should really worry about is strenthening your deen. If Allah (swt) wants you to marry, it will happen when you are looking or least expecting. He knows what we do not know and we put our trust in Him. If you never marry again it won't even matter that much in the end-- will it?



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Posted on Wed, Nov 09, 2005 11:21

assalaamu alaykum, don't worry i know many good muslims that would love to have you

  


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Posted on Sun, Nov 06, 2005 17:29

Assalam Aleykum
I read the comments on this page with a discouraged heart.
I am divorced with a 4 year old princess who is the light of my life. She will always come first no matter what.
The only reason why i came onto this site is in the hope of finding someone to marry and live happily ever after.
Unfortunately, divorce is still a taboo and controversial subject within the asian community although it shouldn't be and most certainly isn't in Islam.
However, i do have hope and am optimistic that i will come across my Mr.Right - coming onto these kinds of sites is a way of helping myself - and will meet someone who will love me and my baby unconditionally.
It just isn't my time at the moment.
Have hope and faith in Allah.

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 31, 2005 05:49

Inal-laha ma-as sabirine(verse from the Quran)
and God is with those people who have sabar(patience).
salam alykum, dear sister
as one of the other sisters have also mentioned it but let me try n put it in my words, i strongly believe that what ever happens, happens for the best of it and in there is the hikma(bright knowledge) which sometimes we think we understand and most of the times we dont understand. The Planner(GOD) of the all planners has obviously planned something much better for us which we dont c or understand, but insha-allah we will one day n we will be the happiest of all. All one can do is pray to HIM n never ever give up on HIM ever because HE is the only 1 Who can help. if v dont get wat we ask for then that prayer of urs is not wasted it will be double trippled in the hereafter.
may Allah help us all with our problems
salam alykum
Inal-laha ma-as sabirine(verse from the Quran)
and God is with those people who have sabar(patience).
salam alykum, dear sister
as one of the other sisters have also mentioned it but let me try n put it in my words, i strongly believe that what ever happens, happens for the best of it and in there is the hikma(bright knowledge) which sometimes we think we understand and most of the times we dont understand. The Planner(GOD) of the all planners has obviously planned something much better for us which we dont c or understand, but insha-allah we will one day n we will be the happiest of all. All one can do is pray to HIM n never ever give up on HIM ever because HE is the only 1 Who can help. if v dont get wat we ask for then that prayer of urs is not wasted it will be double trippled in the hereafter.
may Allah help us all with our problems
salam alykum



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