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    Asalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,
    As you may notice from my username, I am a secret Muslimah. With 73 days until Ramadan starts, I am not sure if I will be able to fast again this year or not.
    Alhamdulillah, last year I managed to fast by moving out and staying with a sister, without my mother realising anything, because I didn't want to use my circumstances as an excuse for not fasting.
    I was wondering if you could make du'a for me, so that insha'Allah I can fast this Ramadan. My mother is a very strict mushrik, and if I mention anything about fasting, or even attempt to fast in her presence, she'll automatically link it back to Islam and criticise it, astagfirullah.
    If you can, please make du'a for me, because unlike others, I don't have the freedom to fast, and need to go to certain lengths and measures just to do so.
    Jazakallah khayr.


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    Quote Originally Posted by secretmuslimah View Post
    Asalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,
    As you may notice from my username, I am a secret Muslimah. With 73 days until Ramadan starts, I am not sure if I will be able to fast again this year or not.
    Alhamdulillah, last year I managed to fast by moving out and staying with a sister, without my mother realising anything, because I didn't want to use my circumstances as an excuse for not fasting.
    I was wondering if you could make du'a for me, so that insha'Allah I can fast this Ramadan. My mother is a very strict mushrik, and if I mention anything about fasting, or even attempt to fast in her presence, she'll automatically link it back to Islam and criticise it, astagfirullah.
    If you can, please make du'a for me, because unlike others, I don't have the freedom to fast, and need to go to certain lengths and measures just to do so.
    Jazakallah khayr.
    Inshallaah sister i will pray for you, and Inshallaah Allaah Taala will reward you for eagerness in fulfilling his command. Ameen.

    Please remember me also in your prayers


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    Quote Originally Posted by secretmuslimah View Post
    Asalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,
    As you may notice from my username, I am a secret Muslimah. With 73 days until Ramadan starts, I am not sure if I will be able to fast again this year or not.
    Alhamdulillah, last year I managed to fast by moving out and staying with a sister, without my mother realising anything, because I didn't want to use my circumstances as an excuse for not fasting.
    I was wondering if you could make du'a for me, so that insha'Allah I can fast this Ramadan. My mother is a very strict mushrik, and if I mention anything about fasting, or even attempt to fast in her presence, she'll automatically link it back to Islam and criticise it, astagfirullah.
    If you can, please make du'a for me, because unlike others, I don't have the freedom to fast, and need to go to certain lengths and measures just to do so.
    Jazakallah khayr.

    What you are intending to do and have done is LOVELY! I respect the strength of your faith May Allah make it easier upon you and may Allah make your mother understand, and may He make your mother of those who bow in the mosques (Muslim). Amin.
    Once someone asked Isa (peace be upon him), “How are you able to walk on water?” Isa replied, “With certainty.”Then someone said, “But we also have certainty!” Isa then asked them, “Are stone, clay, and gold equal in your eyes?” They replied, “Certainly not!” Isa responded, “They are in mine.”


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    sister,

    Ameen to the du'aas. May Allah (SWT) make it easy for you and may He reward you abundantly for your perseverance.
    أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم
    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم



    A`ūdhu billāhi min ash-shaitāni r-rajīm
    b-ismi-llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm

    I seek refuge in Allah from Shaitan, the accursed one
    In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful


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    A family, the Jewish community as a whole, can take care of each and every Jewish person any where on the earth. It is pathetic that we Muslims can not do the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by secretmuslimah View Post
    Asalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,
    As you may notice from my username, I am a secret Muslimah. With 73 days until Ramadan starts, I am not sure if I will be able to fast again this year or not.
    Alhamdulillah, last year I managed to fast by moving out and staying with a sister, without my mother realising anything, because I didn't want to use my circumstances as an excuse for not fasting.
    I was wondering if you could make du'a for me, so that insha'Allah I can fast this Ramadan. My mother is a very strict mushrik, and if I mention anything about fasting, or even attempt to fast in her presence, she'll automatically link it back to Islam and criticise it, astagfirullah.
    If you can, please make du'a for me, because unlike others, I don't have the freedom to fast, and need to go to certain lengths and measures just to do so.
    Jazakallah khayr.
    Wa alaikum us salam wa rahmatULLAHI wa barakatuHU wa maghfiratuHU dear sister,
    MashaAllah....May Allah Ta'ala Grant you and Increase you in your steadfastness and perseverance and May He Put Immense rahmah in your mother's heart for you and for Islam, Aameen thumma Aameen.
    InshaAllah, you will be remembered in prayers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maripat View Post
    A family, the Jewish community as a whole, can take care of each and every Jewish person any where on the earth. It is pathetic that we Muslims can not do the same.
    Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmatULLAHI wa barakatuHU wa maghfiratuHU,
    Brother, I have suggested of starting an SMS service for transferring sadqa etc in another thread here at SF. But I have not received a good response from the SF users. Can you do something about it?

    JazakumULLAH khair,
    Wassalam ma'al-ikram


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    Sister,

    I'll make Dua for you InshaAllaah. But, Dua is not everything. You should also try to overcome this situation.

    I think you should tell your muslim friends/neighbours to search for a pious brother to marry secretly who will understand your condition. After marriage abandon your home and make Dua to Allaah for your mother's guidance. This may take several years but start slowly. Allaah will help you InshaAllaah.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alamun View Post
    What you are intending to do and have done is LOVELY! I respect the strength of your faith May Allah make it easier upon you and may Allah make your mother understand, and may He make your mother of those who bow in the mosques (Muslim). Amin.
    Ameen to this
    ashadu en la ilaha, il allahu wahdu wa sharika lahu, wa ashadu anna muhammadan abduho wa rasuluh.
    i was drawn to this beautiful religion at the age of eleven, and proudly recited my shahadah at the age of thirteen. i'm now seventeen years old :-)


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    Ameen to all duas, may allah make it easy for you and all others in a similer situation
    إملاء الخير خير من السكوت والسكوت خير من إملاء الشر

    "Speaking what is good is better than silence, and silence is better than speaking evil."


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