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Any Polish Muslim girls living in Poland?


Kazikowski 17 | 101
25 Jan 2012 #31
I think the "enemies" reply was based on the fact that in todays time the two countries dont "cheer for the same team". Simply said...come war there would be conflict. So I think that comment is more macro scaled in this thread rather than to do with relationships. At least thats MY take on it, I may be wrong.
boleta
25 Jan 2012 #32
I choose to wear niqab(cover my face).I want to come to Poland and I am wonder if there is any polish muslim girl whom wear niqab and live in Poland.

Wear it when in Arab country. While in the West, dress modestly but refrain from wearing niqab. Otherwise you will attract attention. And that's beating the purpose. Unless the real reason is to stick it to the west.

In many western countries like France and Canada wearing niqab while getting government services is forbidden. Poland should introduce that law too. Covering your face makes people around you uncomfortable. It's a human nature and has nothing to do with disliking Islam.

But you are here not really to talk about niquab. Just to drop some pro-Islam propaganda and Koran quotes.
patrick 6 | 113
25 Jan 2012 #33
Wear it when in Arab country. While in the West, dress modestly but refrain from wearing niqab. Otherwise you will attract attention.

There is really no need to wear the niqab in the West. Here is Saudi Arabia my Muslim friends at work don't make their wives wear it outside of Saudi Arabia, but they make them while they are in Saudi Arabia. Why? Because you have all these infantile men here. My wife doesn't cover her head and she constantly has these retards staring at her as if she were from the moon.
calcedonia 4 | 67
25 Jan 2012 #34
Forget about human rights or something dont let people wear niqap or hijap in europa, because if some european go islamic country they never let walk in street without headscarf, why they dont pay attention human rights they pay attention islam rules but europa pay attention human rights.I hate when turkish use headscarf in Turkey. I afraid turkey cover full islam its my fear, after Ottoman empire modern Turkish republic did many things but now again start islamic grown up. EU says Turkey must to be modern but support islamic mind people for free mind for democracy, I think they want to Turkey must again be islamic and because will be more stupit and good enemy,if EU want realy democracy and modern country must to support Laïcité Turkish. If no Laïcité not will be democracy, religion never make democracy never.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,839
25 Jan 2012 #35
My wife doesn't cover her head and she constantly has these retards staring at her as if she were from the moon.

well maybe she should cover her head then? When in Rome, etc etc?
I mean she doesn't need to put on a burka, just a loose hijab would show some respect?
patrick 6 | 113
25 Jan 2012 #36
I mean she doesn't need to put on a burka, just a loose hijab would show some respect?

Actually in Saudi Arabia the burqa is mandatory and the hijab not, oddly enough. It's just that men here have this twisted idea of what a woman is and it has nothing to do with being culturally sensitive.
freetunisia - | 1
2 Feb 2012 #37
i am a tunisian muslim man and i want to say you that niqab and hiding faces is not islam,i dont know where you live now,but you really knew a fake islam,and dont think you are a special person by hiding face,by wearing niqab you will not be able to drive cars or even get a cheque in bank,so better stay home because you havee already burried your self alive,and last thing,life is not a masqued ball or a carnival of venise to hide faces.
Arshad 2 | 13
3 Feb 2012 #38
Hi PolishMuslimah,

My Girlfriend wears Abaya although she is half catholic.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
3 Feb 2012 #39
You can't be 'half Catholic'. Either you're Catholic or you're not.
Midas 1 | 571
3 Feb 2012 #40
This thread is just full of stupidity.

1/4th Catholic, 1/4th Muslim, 1/2 Batman... right...
EM_Wave 9 | 311
3 Feb 2012 #41
she is half catholic.

It's reasons like this why I feel this site is a joke and not a place for serious discussion.
sam_uk78
1 May 2012 #42
sallam allikoum
is it possible to have a chat with you ? this is my email
moba-uk81
hope to hear from you soon

sorry was my skype

moba-uk81
sharjeel samra
10 Jul 2012 #43
PolishMuslima
salam Muslimah...... i am newly moved to poland a mulsim as well...... ng near Warsaw but hard to find a good girl here... may be i had been unlucky....
Harry
10 Jul 2012 #44
hard to find a good girl here... may be i had been unlucky

Try at the mosque.
ufo973 10 | 89
20 Jul 2012 #45
Today 1st day of ramadan and by chance it was friday and i went to mosque and when returning i saw 2 polish muslim girls in the bus, i don't know how many more were inside the mosque?

PS:WARSAW
Wulkan - | 3,249
21 Jul 2012 #46
i saw 2 polish muslim girls in the bus

Tatars
shahji_irl 2 | 2
9 Aug 2012 #47
wearing hijab is just as wearing a tie...
so guys........... dont act ignorant and deal with it...

it is purely a matter of choice....

if she wanna wear hijab... it is her choice...

just wondering....

all the **** posted on this thread is just because she has converted to islam...

what if a muslim or jew would have converted to Christianity....

ye all are noobs when it comes to sensibility and cultural integeration....

come on.....

she has asked a very simple question....
Ironside 50 | 10,922
9 Aug 2012 #48
My wife doesn't cover her head and she constantly has these retards staring at her as if she were from the moon.

When in Saudi Arabia she should cover her head.

wearing hijab is just as wearing a tie...

No it is not, not in a few countries. Good for them!
Although wearing hijab or such in western countries should be forbidden!
kondzior 12 | 1,235
9 Aug 2012 #49
I mean she doesn't need to put on a burka, just a loose hijab would show some respect?

Why anyone in his/her right mind would want show any "respect" to a religion of terror and murder? Answer me that, rozumiemnic, thank you very much.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,839
9 Aug 2012 #50
well OK kondzior, fair point, but why any woman would choose to go live there is beyond me anyway...
if I were there i would put on the hijab to keep myself safe y know?
not that I would be there.

also why mention religion>?
it's more about Saudi culture than Islam itself.
I have some great Muslim friends who equally would not choose to visit Saudi Arabia.
plagtr - | 3
10 Aug 2012 #51
let's put an end to it.

All those "islamic" clothes that women wear have origins related to the time and place where the religion arose, so it was around 7th century in city Mekkah, which is now located in Saudi Arabia. The city was in a barren landscape full of sands and ignorant Arab people, their religion were worshiping idols. Women were treated like property of men. Their tradition was to bury the female infants, because men thaught that having a girl was a shame. (However, Mohamad always warned people to treat them equal with men)

The islamic resources other than Quran are great in number, but most of them are not trustworthy, but they have been used so frequent that many people now think that the words in them are originated from Quran. that is another point. many translations of quran takes the clothing advice as a mandatory thing for woman, but it was just for the sake of their security at that time. also, many examples of "Sunnah" (means 'habit' in arabic, in Islam, refers to the prophet's good habits that were not written in quran) and "Hadith" (speeches of the prophet) exist, many of them contradict with each other. we dont know which was a real one, which are just fiction sold to us, but people continue to believe all of them.

people have to understand that holy books almost never narrate things directly. you have to think (at least) twice before getting its real meaning. also, please don't forget that those books were written 1400 or 2000 (or more) years before, by the men who lived then, and primarily for the people of their times. all the prophets in history were sent to tribes which were having serious moral deficiency, and Arabs were just one of them. (I bet they still are, but it becomes off-the-topic)

they didn't have mini skirts that time, did they? we also didn't have it just a century ago. time changes, people change.

(i have to add that i am not a muslim. i am just tired of reading and hearing people telling bulls**t about the subject. sorry for the long post)
jon357 67 | 16,836
10 Aug 2012 #52
All those "islamic" clothes that women wear have origins related to the time and place where the religion arose, so it was around 7th century in city Mekkah, which is now located in Saudi Arabia.

Quite practical even now in very hot countries.
goldenimran
9 Oct 2012 #53
helo sister where r u know???i mean in which country??? i am living in uk if u need any kind of my help u can contact with my frankly.jzakllah

this is my number 00447550373269
or my skype is qaisar.imran2
scaniaboy
10 Oct 2012 #54
salam sister. how are you? i hope you do fine and please dont listen to some stupid people who hate us aand hate ilam.god protect us from them. im muslim and i have been so many times in poland.of course they look me diferently but no one has say something...
shawesh
10 Mar 2013 #55
asalamu alikum

hey sister
am a libyan muslim..I think you dont need help as I see from what you writing..but anyway if that happened and you need help in something that I know about contact me on

shawesh.zawia@gmail
thanks :)
salams
mozlimpowerx
17 Mar 2013 #56
Hey Polish Muslima! Salamualaikum first of all! 2nd I don't know whether you're single, engaged, or married, but If you're single I want to get know you. I want a European White Muslima Wife. Reply back to my message. My email address is kind_rewind@yahoo.ca.
poziomka2 - | 29
17 Mar 2013 #57
I do not understand why people come here to provoke Polish people just so then they can call us racists? This thread is provoking to make us look bad, it seems to me right from the start. It seems to me the thread was set up this way, it started innocently and then it went straight into discussing Polish as racists.
El Gordo
17 Mar 2013 #58
If it weren't for the ridiculous English only rule on this forum, we could very quickly show that this person isn't Polish (or probably a woman) at all.

That's a really GOOD point!Not only this troll would be exposed but also many others.
ufo973 10 | 89
17 Mar 2013 #59
Why anyone in his/her right mind would want show any "respect" to a religion of terror and murder?

I have been to half the globe and I have meet the most ignorant people in Poland, Yet this post proves it.
kondzior 12 | 1,235
18 Mar 2013 #60
Funny thing how that xenophobia, labeled the ultimate evil because of how innate and natural it is, almost seems to act as an enormously powerful force for social organization towards survival when it is needed. It's almost as if there is a reason it has been a deep instinct for millions of years. Funny that. Luckily for me I don't think hard 'bout much of nuttin' because it would cut into the time I have allotted to attend professional wrestling matches.

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