Your parents say one thing. Your friends say another. But what does Islam say regarding relationships, crushes and other issues facing teens today?
Many people write to us with questions that perhaps they wouldn’t be too comfy asking mom, the sheikh or even their bestie.
We’ve compiled a list of questions we get asked on a regular basis. Maybe a question that you’ve been wondering about is on here. Check to find out.
Have your own questions?
What is the harm in hanging around in a mixed group of guys and girls?
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My friend doesn’t see a problem with having friends that are girls.
I don’t see the harm of being in love and in a relationship.
I have already wasted my time over a guy, and now I want to focus on my career.
How to deal with same sex relatonships and gender issues from an Islamic point of view.
What about transgender ideology and the idea of changing one’s gender?
We both were fasting but we hugged each other. My boyfriend had an orgasm.
My teacher is 13 years older than me but she said she’d be open for marriage.
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Watching porn is a common problem for men and women. It can become addicting.
The more porn you watch, the harder it is to be aroused by a real woman.
Nina found the perfect man to marry, her parents weren’t having it.
A Muslim man can marry a Muslim, Christian or Jewish woman but a Muslim woman can only marry a Muslim man, why?
Ahmad fell in love with a Christian woman. But he’s not sure he is ready for marriage. What steps should he take?
Thanks to the Internet, we are not limited to finding the right one in the neighborhood. What about online matchmaking for Muslims?