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elissazd Dec 6
Replying to @SynSuzy
A strong and courageous woman ❤️ our love to “Allah” isn’t determined by hijab or any kind of religious clothing , it’s determined by our act and way of thinking ❤️ btw u look beautiful in both pic
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Important Babe Dec 6
Replying to @elissazd3
I’m not muslim but thank you, so are you♥️♥️
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Bilal Mir Dec 6
Replying to @SynSuzy
I don't know what is the context. But as a Muslim parent in western country, I have never forced my daughter to wear hajjab despite that I believe its appropriate. I have learned that that you canot impose anything on any one. One has to accept it from heart or it won't last long
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Bilal Mir Dec 6
Replying to @SynSuzy
Some time by forcing some thing on, it creates more hate and frustration. I have Iranian friends who stopped practicing religion the day they landed on UK soil as it was forced on them. Its against human nature.
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Nizar 🇱🇧 Dec 5
Replying to @SynSuzy
From " la allah" to " la abdallah" 🤔😍
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Important Babe Dec 6
Replying to @NizarHatab
More like from living for society to living for myself
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🇩🇿 ⭐⭐ Dec 6
Replying to @SynSuzy
From pleasing Allah to pleasing men's lower half.
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lelbeto Dec 7
At least Men are real
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Faw Azzat Dec 7
Replying to @SynSuzy
Thank you, for your courage and for posting this tweet! You are a true hero 💙
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Ghada🦄💜 Dec 7
Replying to @FawAzzat @SynSuzy
Where is the courage? Anybody can take off his cloths,wearing hot shorts ,crop tops ,ect.. but not everybody can keep wearing hijab.
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