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« on: Dec 23, 2012 09:32 PM »


Assalamu alaikum,

What would you guys recommend as the rules for opposite-gender interactions in Islam? I'm trying to find my way - but it's a bit difficult when all I can find online is people blasting you for so much as having non-mahrams on facebook.  Huh?

Alhamdulillah I don't date or whatever - but I do have male acquaintances from my old school who I am in contact with and am still friendly with. At my new school I do have conversations with the boys when we are in group situations - again, I do have boys who are considered 'friends', although we are not intimate at all.

Are there any actual scholars opinions on this, other than the standard "mixing/talking is haram"? I feel like it's hard - I mean for example we talk in a friendly manner with one another on this forum?
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 24, 2012 04:29 PM »

Walaikumassalaam,

Just posting a link as of now.The 2 minutes and 23 seconds here is a gist of one of the major parts of this discussion.
"Sisters! Interactions with Non Mahram" | Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan


[you can try and follow those lectures in the seminar the link leads to
(topic-when muslims work together)..I haven't watched them,but presume it will help]
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