Sharee’ah blocks all the ways that may lead to fitnah (temptation, trial), hence it forbids softness of speech and does not allow a man to be alone with a non-mahram woman.Undoubtedly these private chats are not regarded as khulwah in the sense that he people involved cannot see one another, but they are one of the greatest causes of fitnah as is well known.You can view this section by visiting our Commonly Asked Divorce Questions.If you need more information about the financial aspects of divorce, we also offer a lot of good advice in our divorce financial help section.We pride ourselves in helping Arab singles from diverse backgrounds find men and women who meet their specific needs.You will love meeting other Arab singles in our fun, safe, and friendly community!Welcome to the number one Arab singles and dating community geared towards Arab men and women!
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Some of the questions he asks me are: where i live, my age, whether i am married(by the way I am not married), if I am planning to get marry, whether I live with my parents, and so on.
My problem is, I don't know whether I am allowed(Islamicly) to give non-muharim brother those kinds of informations which related to me. There is nothing wrong with a Muslim woman making use of the internet and entering the Paltalk website for that purpose, so long as that does not lead to anything that is forbidden in Islam, such as talking privately with men.
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