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According to ISLAMIC LAW, DIVORCE cannot be legal by WATSAPP.
It should b in front of IMAM n FOUR WITNESSES, n other related DOCUMENTS SIGNED As for divorcing via social media from her story of torture she should be praying to Allah thanks she got out alive and not dead like some women. However I think divorce should be done in person or legal way. If she has a contract he will be legally bound to honor  Sumaina Sharfi was devasted by the situation and filed a case with the local police in Hyderabad. She complained that her husband, Owais Talib, who she married in 2015, messaged her on WhatsApp – ‘Talaq Talaq Talaq’ on November 28 last year, signifying that their marriage had come to an end.

Twitter is probably more appropriate as you can make sure the relatives and friends know at the same time. Might even get retweeted by The Trump himsef

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A Dubai Resident Divorced His Wife Via Whatsapp And Her Story Is So Heartbreaking

According to ISLAMIC LAW, DIVORCE cannot be legal by WATSAPP.
It should b in front of IMAM n FOUR WITNESSES, n other related DOCUMENTS SIGNED As for divorcing via social media from her story of torture she should be praying to Allah thanks she got out alive and not dead like some women. However I think divorce should be done in person or legal way. If she has a contract he will be legally bound to honor  Sumaina Sharfi was devasted by the situation and filed a case with the local police in Hyderabad. She complained that her husband, Owais Talib, who she married in 2015, messaged her on WhatsApp – ‘Talaq Talaq Talaq’ on November 28 last year, signifying that their marriage had come to an end.

Twitter is probably more appropriate as you can make sure the relatives and friends know at the same time. Might even get retweeted by The Trump himsef

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Viral over social media But that's not to say there aren't still Islamic countries and communities that use the hijab as an excuse to control women. But to assume that the only reason a woman would wear hijab is due to her family forcing her to wear it, is pretty darn insulting to the woman wearing it.

Which is exactly what happened to 17-year-old Lamyaa from Pennsylvania, who's all but accustomed to receiving harassment online for being Muslim.




Lamyaa: Baba, I want to tell you something.
Lamyaa's father: Talk to me [asks her if she's OK in Arabic]
Lamyaa: Yeah I'm okay. I was thinking. I want to take my hijab off.
Lamyaa's father: Sweetheart that's not my decision to make. That's no man's decision to make. If it's what you feel like you want to do, go ahead. I'll support you no matter what. Is everything okay? Did something happen? 

After Lamyaa posted her conversation online, it's received over 140,000 retweets and more than 300,000 likes.


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Muslim Teen Told Dad She Wants To Take Off Her Hijab

Viral over social media But that's not to say there aren't still Islamic countries and communities that use the hijab as an excuse to control women. But to assume that the only reason a woman would wear hijab is due to her family forcing her to wear it, is pretty darn insulting to the woman wearing it.

Which is exactly what happened to 17-year-old Lamyaa from Pennsylvania, who's all but accustomed to receiving harassment online for being Muslim.




Lamyaa: Baba, I want to tell you something.
Lamyaa's father: Talk to me [asks her if she's OK in Arabic]
Lamyaa: Yeah I'm okay. I was thinking. I want to take my hijab off.
Lamyaa's father: Sweetheart that's not my decision to make. That's no man's decision to make. If it's what you feel like you want to do, go ahead. I'll support you no matter what. Is everything okay? Did something happen? 

After Lamyaa posted her conversation online, it's received over 140,000 retweets and more than 300,000 likes.


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Viral over social media It’s the latest body love movement that’s seen women put down their razors and embrace their hair, and one fitness blogger has taken things a step further by refusing to shave any part of her body for the last year.

“When you shave your body hair it’s prickly and itchy and uncomfortable. So I guess that’s another reason why.

“I’m not trying to make all of humanity just stop shaving armpits and leg hair anymore. I just want to inspire others and what works for you, what makes you feel the most comfortable.”

Morgan revealed that she used to work in childcare and got a brutally frank reaction when she took them swimming.

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Viral :Brave blogger Megan Mikenas reveals her hairy legs and pits after not shaving for a year !

Viral over social media It’s the latest body love movement that’s seen women put down their razors and embrace their hair, and one fitness blogger has taken things a step further by refusing to shave any part of her body for the last year.

“When you shave your body hair it’s prickly and itchy and uncomfortable. So I guess that’s another reason why.

“I’m not trying to make all of humanity just stop shaving armpits and leg hair anymore. I just want to inspire others and what works for you, what makes you feel the most comfortable.”

Morgan revealed that she used to work in childcare and got a brutally frank reaction when she took them swimming.

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A new process has been implemented between the government of the Russian Federation and South Africa on a mutual waiver of visas, making the process easier for travellers.

18 countries, including Morocco, travel to the Russian Far East region without a visa.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed the decree allowing citizens of 18 countries to enter the Far East region via the Vladivostok port without visas, the Anatolia news agency reported.

According to the new decree, the citizens of these countries, businessmen and tourists, will be exempted from the process of obtaining the traditional Russian "Visa" to travel to the Far East of the country. It is the largest and least populated area of ​​the Russian Federation. Millions of people on an area of ​​6 million square kilometers, and the most famous cities of the region Vladivostok and Khabarovsk.

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No visa needed to visit Russia

A new process has been implemented between the government of the Russian Federation and South Africa on a mutual waiver of visas, making the process easier for travellers.

18 countries, including Morocco, travel to the Russian Far East region without a visa.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed the decree allowing citizens of 18 countries to enter the Far East region via the Vladivostok port without visas, the Anatolia news agency reported.

According to the new decree, the citizens of these countries, businessmen and tourists, will be exempted from the process of obtaining the traditional Russian "Visa" to travel to the Far East of the country. It is the largest and least populated area of ​​the Russian Federation. Millions of people on an area of ​​6 million square kilometers, and the most famous cities of the region Vladivostok and Khabarovsk.

Leave your comment if you are interested 

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