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  • Should I Trust Him or Not?

    About User: Female 30, Chicago I have been married before but my husband cheated on me and left me for another woman. Now after 3 years of divorce, I have met a decent guy who is interested in getting married to me but I cannot seem to be able to trust him. I trusted my ex-husband completely but he betrayed me and now I cannot trust anyone at all. I really like this man and he is everything I could ask for but something inside me is afraid of trusting him and facing betrayal. I am totally confused and have no ... Read More

    February 7, 2011 at 8:42am
    lol @ Sipa

    Bingo! Sipa, you said it word “wahabi”…....

    Jeez, Gotty where is your stop button.....lol
    February 7, 2011 at 2:56am
    can you translate this word you said to me, i dont understand what it means in english: 'wazandar alphaaz'
    February 7, 2011 at 2:54am
    its funny you say that, because its a huge irony how fanatical women beating wahabis joined with radical feminazis against lil ol' me.

    anyways i wrote a journal blog about how you constantly use the word mullah. let's be real, the fanatical 'mullahs' you speak of are really wahabi fanatics. moulana eidhi runs a charity in karachi. and when that poor village girl was gang raped in rural pakistan punjab, it was a village mullah who told her to go file a complaint at the police station.

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February 3, 2011 at 3:34am
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  • Sharing A Dream

    About User: User Name: loveydovey786 Question: Sometimes we see images in our dreams which are somewhat related to either what was discussed (in the house or at work), and at other times we could see images within our dream which were in some way or another related to what we either saw or had thought of during the day, whilst at other times neither of these could be the case. Being on matrimonial websites, I have been in between finding someone and not finding someone. Amongst my family members, there wa... Read More

    January 24, 2011 at 11:37pm
    well, thats how it is :P
    January 24, 2011 at 5:40pm
    Thank you, love!
    Jee, I got back last night:). Went to work this morning. Trying to stay up.....still in jet lag mode:)
    January 24, 2011 at 4:50pm
    Ok, I'm little confused here. I just checked couple of profiles. Why do I see just the social side of the profile how do I know their destiny?
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January 24, 2011 at 12:01am
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  • Why wear Hijab?

    About User: Female, 20 Question: Why is it necessary to wear Hijab in Islam? My brother keeps pressurizing me to wear a Hijab which makes me feel uncomfortable and self conscious. Why do I have to wear a Hijab if I am not wearing provocative clothing and there is totally nothing wrong with the way I interact with males? I have non-Muslim friends who make fun of me because I wear a Hijab and I have problem blending in with the rest of the crowd at my college. Is there any way I can convince my brother to stop p... Read More

    January 28, 2011 at 7:57pm
    ignorant? by all means read the link i posted down below. i mean since i 'know nothing' then go read wht a shaik ,a real sheik, has to say about wahabism!
    January 28, 2011 at 8:49am
    Thanks Got5, for the advice! When I'm interested in becoming an ignorant who rants off at the sound of anything different and ignoring all the tenets of my faith in the name of it, I'll certainly come to you ;) I always seek an expert! Salaam - hpy ldy
    January 28, 2011 at 3:22am

    A resounding voice in traditional Islam: Sheik Muhammad Hisham Kabbani is a vocal opponent of Saudi extremist Wahhabi Islam, which he says has infected many Muslim institutions in the United States
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January 19, 2011 at 3:14am
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  • Break it Off?

    About User: 27, MALE, South Carolina Question: I have been engaged to a cousin of mine for the last 5 years as the engagement was arranged by our parents. At that time I was OK with the decision and did not object. However my cousin lives in Pakistan and I haven't met her since the last 2 yrs. Last year I met someone who shares the same interests as me and is highly compatible with me. Lately I have been thinking of proposing to her and calling my previous engagement off but I am not sure if she would say yes.... Read More

    January 6, 2011 at 10:29pm
    but haram is haram. in fact marrying outside your family is haram, cuz you know just to be on the safe side cuz love is haram, looking at any female is haram so the only woman you can gaze and look at is your cousin so you should marry the cousin so you wont be in haram. yay!
    January 6, 2011 at 10:01pm
    I agree..no bashing needed. But the fair advice seems to be here in abundance...if thsi is truly a real issue or perhaps a new marketing gimick to get people to discuss issues and create drama for naseebs popularity and divert from the "facebookization" of naseeb. :P
    January 6, 2011 at 9:31pm
    Exactly Zirc... to my point below...asking him if he isnt guilty of leading her on until now although he hasnt met her in 2 years but has met her for the first 3?
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January 6, 2011 at 12:05am
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  • Is It a Dead End Relationship?

    About User: 29, FEMALE, CALIFORNIA Question: I've been on and off with a guy for almost two years. He's a Christian. We met through mutual friends and had an instant connection but things got steamier overtime. I didn't want to be too emotionally involved with him so I told him we had to part ways. He would still check up on me every now and then. It's been a few months since we've been seeing each other again. We are not in a relationship because of our faiths. He asked me to convert, I'm liberal in my way... Read More

    January 6, 2011 at 7:43am
    Actually I agree with the person who said " he is a womanizer, please leave him..there is no point in wasting your time...."
    December 30, 2010 at 2:22am
    I don't know .. I haven't taken a survey .
    December 30, 2010 at 2:10am
    this thing is so outlandish who would be in a 'similar' situation like this? lol
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December 27, 2010 at 2:30am
  • Is hair color haram?

    About User: Female, 31, Minnesota Is it correct that dying hair is prohibited in Islam? I recently got my hair dyed to a vibrant shade of red and my husband totally freaked out as he says that not only dyeing hair is prohibited in Islam but the reddish tone is highly in appropriate as it is associated with devil in so many cultures. I researched on the internet and have found contradictory views as some say it is haram while others say it is permissible to dye your hair in nay color but black. Can anyone tel... Read More

    December 15, 2010 at 10:46pm
    "There is consensus that most music is haram in islam."

    where? among the wahabi sheik bin baz al saud of saudi arabia? gimme a break. THE ONLY REASON THEY CLAIM IT IS CUZ NO ONE WANTS TO FOLLOW THIER CRAZY CULT OF FANATICS. and that sufi islam is waay more popular thanks to the use of music! for example: www.youtube.com or even sami yusuf! notice what he is singing here, ma la qul mulk, la shareekala hoo, la illah allah illa hoo.

    and no dying your hair is not 'haram', after all people die thier grey hairs and beards red and thats called 'sunnah'.

    December 15, 2010 at 3:08pm
    you believe that junk that claims 'music is haram' too?
    December 15, 2010 at 3:05pm
    I wouldn't go as far as music, though as far as the grooming is concerned, its actually recommended.
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December 15, 2010 at 6:38am
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  • New User Interface

    We are going to go live with a new user interface (UI) in the next few days. The new Naseeb interface will enhance your social networking experience like never before. The new UI is easy to navigate and user friendly as it simplifies the interaction options for Naseeb users. The new UI has been designed to make it possible for the users to get increased connectivity with an easy to use interface. There have been no changes in the privacy settings or business logic. You will still be able to choose what to... Read More

    December 14, 2010 at 12:18am
    Mud - No they are not back.

    Oolith - :D I like to see cute guys scrolling on my screen.

    Q - Can you give me the ticket ID of any particular issue that you are referring to?
    December 13, 2010 at 4:18pm
    Please fix it so we can remove the scrolling faces if we want. They are starting to look like fancy bois dancing. :P
    December 13, 2010 at 7:55am
    cool, hope it's faster !!
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December 13, 2010 at 2:21am
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  • Tell the truth?

    About User: Female -31 - Chicago Question: I was married in an early age but since we failed to get along at all I got a divorce after 5 years. A year after the divorce I started thinking about finding someone special to spend my life with. However as soon as the men I liked found out about my divorce, they broke it off and never looked back. This happened to me thrice so I decided not to tell about my divorce to any man that I like in the future. I met a guy on Naseeb and now things are getting serious as h... Read More

    December 9, 2010 at 2:05am
    Tell him. You never know, he might have a few kids rolled up his sleeve as well.
    December 9, 2010 at 12:27am
    ya but western women actually like the men they marry. i cant say the same for desi girls.
    December 8, 2010 at 10:33pm
    how am i wrong happy lady? you desi people are no different from each other. muslim and hindu alike. you both practice the same frickin caste system, your pagan hindu ancestors did centuries before their conversion to islam. heck there is even a category for it on your naseeb profile! please list your caste so the poor lil desi girl doesnt 'marry down'. so how am i 'wrong' happy lady?

    dyrm, first off you have a nice benefit of being a fob. why dont you just go import a bride from your country? i mean to people in india and pakistan we are millionaires. for most of them they would kill for the lifestyle we live in. i mean look at the things we take for granted, high speed internet at our finger tips - right in our own homes! no need to stand and sit in some internet cafe, hey we dont even have them in america! and thats the point i was trying to make, every desi girl comes with a price tag. some come with a lower one, some come with a higher one, usualy over priced. they make all kinds of excuses to justify it. so ya there is hope, if you are not all about caste and class, if she looks good, who cares if she is from a working class family? i dont.

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December 8, 2010 at 6:21am
  • Am I Too Demanding?

    About User: Male - 29 - Nevada Question: I have been married for six months and I did not know my wife long before that. We met through mutual arrangement by our families and agreed to get married after talking to her for only 2 months. And before all you guys and gals start hammering me, I want to clarify that the intention of sending this question is not to criticize my wife or complain. I just want some helpful suggestion which can make me deal with the problem. The thing is that after being married for so... Read More

    November 26, 2010 at 5:03pm
    at Flavour.. you are the man! You are definitely going places..Read and Learn..
    November 24, 2010 at 11:37pm
    OK, you're 29 and she's 25. You didn't have the time to develop a relationship before marriage, so this really is the time to do that, understand what you have in common and compromise on the differences. Hanging out with friends every night is not appropriate, but hanging out once or twice a week is a compromise and even if its not your style, spend the time with her hanging out and grow into being a couple. You may be married but it doesn't sound like you're a couple that does things together and unless you do that (even things you don't want to do), you will not develop those essential bonds to make a happy long-lasting marriage.

    Good luck to you both.
    November 24, 2010 at 4:14pm
    Hey JK, youre all over the place.........you're layin' pipe and preachin Islamic protocol......hahahaha!!!! Play on playa!!
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November 24, 2010 at 1:30am
  • Getting Married too soon?

    About User: Male - Minnesota - 25 Question: I have been in a relationship for the past 2 years and I have been perfectly happy for quite some time. About 6 months ago, she started to talk about accepting a job offer from another state which meant I would not be able to see her often. I love her and didn’t want to lose her so I asked her to marry me. She accepted and stayed back but now I am totally worried about the future. I want to be with her but I have never been in a committed relationship before her a... Read More

    November 5, 2010 at 11:25pm
    You should tell her that when you proposed you thought that you were like dreaming and didn't really mean it. Maybe she'll forgive you for being stupid and still want to be unmarried to you. If she's dumb enough not to take a nice promotion at 25 then she might be dumb enough to fall for this idea too. You seem like an impulsive guy. I say JUST DO IT!
    November 3, 2010 at 5:14pm
    where does naseebsupport find these people
    November 3, 2010 at 1:19pm
    RE the comment on: DYRM: Seriously...what happened to you these days DYRM? Where's our light hearted funny guy...you are dish'n it out man! :) -hpy ldy
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November 3, 2010 at 7:34am
  • Undecided in Love

    About User: Female - 30 - Indianapolis Question: I have been in a stable relationship for 2 years and I really love my boyfriend who is a very caring guy and the last two years have been full of happiness. Recently, he proposed to me and I said yes. But since then, I have been feeling like I gave the answer too soon as there are some unresolved issues which are confusing me. The thing is that I still have feelings for my ex who broke up with me 4 years ago. I thought that I was over him but 6 months ago I ... Read More

    November 9, 2010 at 6:57pm
    Zircon said it well -
    November 9, 2010 at 6:55pm
    LOL at Raat - did the answer come??? :P
    October 26, 2010 at 2:27pm
    this is total bakwaas

    totally agree with ZIRCON...dudette think logically...the dude broke up with you without any explanation...hasnt contacted you in almost 4 yrs...i mean wtf lol....have some self respect....grow up...forget the ex....and either deal with your current b/f or break it off with him and move on.
Raters: 16
October 26, 2010 at 2:34am
  • Ask Naseeb - To love or not to love

    About User: Female - 26 - Florida Question: I always end up with the worst guys and now that I have finally found the perfect guy, he is off-limits and I can’t do anything about it. My last two boyfriends were complete disappointments as the first one was completely insecure and jealous while the other was a shameless flirt. Now, I have fallen in love with my best friend's husband. I know it sounds wrong but it just happened as I am not the kind of girl who has designs on their friend’s husband. She got ma... Read More

    October 30, 2010 at 4:35pm
    messed up
    October 27, 2010 at 11:07pm
    jo dil main aye kar do kabhi pasaman no ho k dil ka khay mana na
    October 25, 2010 at 11:17pm
    Some friend you are! And the husband must not be as great as you think he is if he's really given you signals...do you want a two timer husband, that's really the best you can do? Or maybe the signals are just in your head. Get help, don't try to break someone's marriage. Find someone that's available and move on. This isn't love, it's Satan trying to lead you astray...don't fall for it. Allah swt puts love in the hearts of married couples, don't try to mess that up.
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October 19, 2010 at 5:59am