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sule

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About sule

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  • Birthday 11/15/1988

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  1. on behalf of Simmi update: 31:34 since she doesn't have internet connection now, i put her update here.
  2. sule

    Make up missed prayers

    Do you know what is the evidence for this?
  3. sule

    Make up missed prayers

    but s/he says i left islam, then i come back in my 20s. what does leaving islam mean, then, did s/he became christian or something then turned back to islam or s/he left living islam? i mean as a way of life.
  4. I do think sometimes, and yeah such a headache...
  5. ühüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüü!

    1. Simmi

      Simmi

      Nasılsın Sule :D

    2. sule

      sule

      iyiyim teşekkürler :)

       

  6. it's hard to find a really pious man. and if i find one accidentally, he has to live in the city my parents live, and no one will. so i'll be single forever! I have to accept the reality ...
  7. sule

    Make up missed prayers

    Thank you but Feels like 1st and 2nd contradicts
  8. I need help to clear my mind

    1. blubbles

      blubbles

      awh what's wrong?

  9. Assalamualaikum brothers and sisters, I have a question about making up missed prayers which is called "kaza namazı" in my country, i dont know what it is called in English. I actually made some research about this topic, but there is kinda confusion here, although i am convinced with one of the opinions. anyway.. i'd like to know the perception about this issue outside my country. The question is that can a person perform the prayers s/he missed after its time? and saying missed prayer i am refering to a case like following; A person entered Islam or became concious about religion when he was 20 or 30 whatever. and normally people are responsible since puberty, let say the age of 12. Does he have to perform the prayer of all those missed years? JazakAllahu Khairun.
  10. sule

    Knafa!

    we call it "künefe"
  11. they are neither young nor old. they are middle-aged. lol
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