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Amir
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Last active: 4 months ago

51 Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Male / Divorced / ID: 4518940

Seeking Female 18 - 40 For: Marriage

Last active: 4 months ago

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Amir

He's Looking For

Education:

Vocational College
Any

Have children:

Yes - don't live at home
Any

Drink:

Don't drink
Don't drink

Smoke:

Don't smoke
Don't smoke

Religion:

Islam
Islam

Occupation:

Self Employed
Any

Member Overview

Bismillaah wal hamdulilaah wa salaatu was Salaamu alaa Rasulilaah! AhHamdulillaah! update 3-13-2019 Hello, I am honored by all of the many messages and interest that has been shown, I asked that you be patient with me as I will be upgrading next week bi'ithnillah (by Allaah's leave)! P.S. P...
Bismillaah wal hamdulilaah wa salaatu was Salaamu alaa Rasulilaah! AhHamdulillaah! update 3-13-2019 Hello, I am honored by all of the many messages and interest that has been shown, I asked that you be patient with me as I will be upgrading next week bi'ithnillah (by Allaah's leave)! P.S. Please include recent photos, and be honest and forthcoming with your profile! Please complete your profile and if you have children then state that, their ages and whether they're boy or girl and how many! I have not hidden anything, because I fear Allaah! You can ask me anything! I need to also add that You must not be presently Married, separation is NOT Enough, sorry! You Don't Know Nor Have You Ever Met A Man Such As I! I WILL BE YOUR LOVER PROTECTOR AND PROVIDER (BI'ITHNILLAH TA'ALA) SO CLING TO ME! If you are looking/hoping for some "Fairytale marriage/life" then you are in the wrong place, you will only find Reality here! Life/Marriage is a day to day struggle to please The Creator (this is my goal!) But that does NOT mean that we can't be HAPPY and live a Good Life in the process! Another thing I MUST Mention! I Am NOT into Material things and amassing material wealth, if this is your thing then again I say you are in the wrong place! A Woman can be a Jannah(Paradise/Garden) for her husband or she can be his Destruction! Beginning at the Beginning, I'm Starting Over! Starting Over Again searching for a virtuous woman, Allaah's Messanger said to choose the woman with religion or may your hands be smeared with dust(i.e. meaning or may you be destroyed!) No Drinking No Smoking No Sex Before Marriage! As-Salaamun Alaikum ya amatullaah, I am very much interested in learning more about you in order to ascertain whether we are compatible for marriage! It's been 14 years without a mate and during this time I have pondered over my many mistakes, al-hamdulilaah I have gained some knowledge and wisdom... I seek to find and complete my other half and correct the mistakes of youth, inexperience and lack of wisdom In Shaa Allaah! In our youth, we make mistakes due to a lack of knowledge and wisdom but by those mistakes, we learn and wisdom is born... And Now Since We Know Better We Must Strive To Do Better! Please read my profile in full BaarakAllaahu Feeki wa Jazaaki Allaahu Khairan!!! I am always clean and neat and well-groomed in whatever I wear, and at all times I am able to be identified as a Muslim by those who are not Muslim! I am a voracious reader and learner, I am what is called an Autodidact, a Self Directed Learner! If there is something that I need to learn, I do what is necessary (get the books, join a class, get a coach, etc.) I Cultivate myself upon Salafiyyah polished by the Best of Islamic Adab and Aklaq! The Importance of Adab (manners) and Akhlaq (character)... The Messenger of Allaah (Sallallaahu alaihi wa Sallam) said what mean: “I have not been sent as a Messenger, except to perfect character (Akhlaaq)” He also said: “The nearest of you to me on the Day of Judgement will be the one who is best in character.” (Bukhari) I follow the command of the Prophet (sallallaahu alaihi wa salaam) upon the understanding of the Sahabah (our Salaf-us-Saalih) to leave the beard as a grows and to trim the mustache and to dye the beard red... And to take CARE of and be GOOD to The Women! The Qur'an enjoins good treatment of one's wife: she is to be honored and treated kindly, even when one no longer feels the love in one's heart towards her. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “and live with them honorably. If you dislike them, it may be that you dislike a thing and Allaah brings through it a great deal of good” [al-Nisa’ 4:19] The Qur’aan explains that women have rights over their husbands, just as their husbands have rights over them. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And they (women) have rights (over their husbands as regards living expenses) similar (to those of their husbands) over them (as regards obedience and respect) to what is reasonable, but men have a degree (of responsibility) over them. And Allaah is All-Mighty, All-Wise” [al-Baqarah 2:228] This verse indicates that the man has additional rights, commensurate with his role as protector and maintainer and his responsibility of spending (on his wife) etc. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) enjoined kind treatment and honoring of one’s wife, and he described the best of people as those who are best to their wives. He said: “The best of you are those who are the best to their wives, and I am the best of you to my wives.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 3895; Ibn Maajah, 1977; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) spoke beautiful words concerning the kind treatment of one’s wife, stating that when the husband feeds his wife and puts a morsel of food in her mouth, he earns the reward of doing an act of charity. He said, “You never spend anything but you will be rewarded for it, even the morsel of food that you lift to your wife’s mouth.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6352; Muslim, 1628 Knowing Better I Will Strive To Do Better!!! I take care to nourish my body mind and soul, taking care of them all, doing my best to remain balanced in all aspects of my life, it is a lifelong process and I hope to pass this on to you and our children bi'ithnillah (By the permission of Allah!) I try and train/workout 5-6 times a week and I am told that I look like I'm in my 30s... I will try to take and upload a few more pictures and you be the judge. I eat a Whole Foods Plant-Based Diet (No meat, dairy or eggs)! Owner/Founder Global Wellness Media, Health & Whole Food Plant-Based Coach/Consultant, I am a HealthPreneur (Health Entrepreneur) A Muslim Health Coach Spreading The Astonishing Benefits of A Whole Foods Plant-Based Diet & Lifestyle! Cornell University Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate Program Graduate! Autodidact, Life Long Self-Directed Learner!
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You will be My Cover as I will be Your Cover, You will be the Cooling of My Eyes and a Place of Repose for Me (and I the same for You), You will Bare for Me Righteous Progeny and We shall raise them up upon the LOVE of Allaah and His Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) Together We shall Call th...
You will be My Cover as I will be Your Cover, You will be the Cooling of My Eyes and a Place of Repose for Me (and I the same for You), You will Bare for Me Righteous Progeny and We shall raise them up upon the LOVE of Allaah and His Messenger (sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam) Together We shall Call the Creation to Islam and the Understanding and Practice of the Sahabah and stand with Sabr baring any harm that will come from that! And In Shaa Allaah HE will Look Down upon Us and be Well Pleased! As Allaah says in His book: And among His Signs is this, that He created for you wives from among yourselves, that you may find repose in them, and He has put between you affection and mercy. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who reflect. Surah Ar-Rum [30:21] You will be a Muslim and a Believer You will be Obedient and Truthful You will be Patient and Humble You will Fast and give Charity and You guard Your private parts (You are NOT lewd nor licentious) And We will keep the remembrance of Allaah upon our tongues and for Us Allah has prepared forgiveness and a Great Reward! Allaah says in His book: Indeed, the Muslim men and Muslim women, the believing men and believing women, the obedient men and obedient women, the truthful men and truthful women, the patient men and patient women, the humble men and humble women, the charitable men and charitable women, the fasting men and fasting women, the men who guard their private parts and the women who do so, and the men who remember Allah often and the women who do so - for them Allah has prepared forgiveness and a great reward. Surah Al-Ahzab [33:35] BaaraKAllaahu Feeki wa JazaakiAllaahu Khairan for Your time!
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More About Me

Amir

He's Looking For

Basic

Gender:
Male
Female
Age:
For privacy reasons, age is accurate to within 2 weeks
51
18 - 40
Lives in:
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Any
Relocate:
Willing to relocate within my country
Any

Appearance

Hair color:
Bald / Shaved
Any
Hair length:
Shaved
Any
Hair type:
Wavy
Any
Eye color:
Brown
Any
Eye wear:
Contacts
Any
Height:
5'6" (168 cm)
Any
Weight:
63 kg (139 lb)
40 kg (88 lb) - 63 kg (139 lb)
Body style:
Athletic
Petite, Slim, Average, Athletic, Full Figured
Ethnicity:
Black
Any
Facial hair:
Long Beard
N/A
Best feature:
My Personality
Any
Body art:
None
Any
Appearance:
Attractive
Any

Lifestyle

Drink:
Don't drink
Don't drink
Smoke:
Don't smoke
Don't smoke
Marital Status:
Divorced
Single, Divorced, Widowed
Have children:
Yes - don't live at home
Any
Number of children:
3
Any
Oldest child:
Older than 18
Any
Youngest child:
15
Any
Want (more) children:
Yes
Any
Have pets:
No Pets
Any
Occupation:
Self Employed
Any
Employment status:
Other
Any
Income:
Prefer not to say
Any
Home type:
House
Any
Living situation:
Other
Any

Background / Cultural Values

Nationality:
United States
Any
Education:
Vocational College
Any
Languages spoken:
English
English
English ability:
Fluent
Any
Indonesian ability:
None
Any
Religion:
Islam
Islam
Chinese sign:
Don't Know
Any
Star sign:
Libra
Any

Hobbies & Interests

Entertainment:

Education, Gardening / Landscaping, Library, Reading, Science and Technology

Food:

Other, Vegetarian / Organic, Vegan

Sport:

Athletics, Bowling, Bodybuilding, Cycling, Martial Arts, Table Tennis, Volleyball

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Favorite Movie:

Don't have one! I don't watch much! That does not mean that after we marry that I would be opposed to some down time together! I must admit that I do LOVE Marvel Comics Movies, I grow up on the books!

Favorite Book:

Al Qur'an, Bukhari and Muslim, The Prophet's Prayer (sallallaah alaihi wasallam) described from the begining to the end as though you see it by Shaikh Muhammad Naasir-ud-Deen Al-Albaani (rahimahullah), and The Search For The Truth by A Man Know As Salman The Persian compiled by Dr. Saleh As-Saleh, weeping from the Fear of Allaah by Shaykh Husayn Al- Awaayishah one of the studients of Shaykh Al-Albaanee, Advices of Abu Ad-Dardaa by Shaykh Saalih ibn Abdul Aziz Aali Shaykh, The Ideological Attack by Shaykh Abdul- Azeez bin Baaz, Forty Hadeeth On: The Call To Islam and the Caller, Sharh Al-Aqeedat-ti-Wasitiyah by Sheikh ul-Islam Ibn Taimiyah, Explanation of the Three Fundamental Principles of Islaam by the Noble Shaykh Muhammad ibn Al- Uthaymeen, The Methodology of The Saved Sect by Shaikh Muhammad bin Jameel Zaynoo, The Status of the People of Hadeeth Their Feats and Praiseworthy Effects in the Religion by Shaikh Rabee ibn Haadee, The Aqeedah & Methodology of the Great Imaams Of The Past: Mountains Of Knowledge (may Allaah have Mercy on all whom have been mentioned)...

As for books that are secular in nature, I prefer books that teach me something, I really am trying not to waste much time, time is one of the most precious of commodities, once it passes you can not get it back! Time Is Our Most Valuable Resource—And So I Try Not To Waste It!

That being said I'm reading on the following subject: Nutrition Herbal Medicine Social psychology The Psychology of Persuasion Behavioral Economics Critical Thinking Skills Social Intelligence Health and Life Coaching

Favorite Food:

I Eat a Whole Food Plant-Based Diet, No meat, eggs or dairy!

Favorite Music:

Music is Haram!!!

Dress Style:

I am always clean and neat and well-groomed in whatever I wear, and at all times I am able to be identified as a Muslim by those who are not Muslim!

I follow the command of the Prophet(sallallaahu alaihi wa salaam) upon the understanding of our Salaf-us-Saalih! I follow the command to leave the beard as a grows and to trim the mustache and to diet the beard red...

I take care to nourish my body mind and soul, taking care of them all, doing my best to remain balanced in all aspects of my life, it is a lifelong process and I hope to pass this on to you and our children bi'ithnillah (By the permission of Allah!)

I try and train/workout 5-6 times a week and I am told that I look like I'm in my 30s... I will try to take and upload a few more pictures and you be the judge.

Humor:

I like to laugh! As with all things there is a time and a place for it and we should not go beyond bounds with it... Smile!!! I will play with you and you with me and will shall laugh In Shaa Allaah!!!

Hobbies & Interests:

I am a voracious reader and learner, I am what is called an Autodidact, a Self Directed Learner! If there is something that I need to learn, I do what is necessary (get the books, join a class, get a coach, etc.)

I love to train, I try to train/workout at least 5-6 days a week! I would LOVE to train with my zawj! Good health is VERY important to me, we pass on our health good or bad to our off spring and I want to give the best that I can to them and then grow and nurture them upon that!

I love martial arts otherwise I've never taken a formal class, I've had friends that are teachers and I would spar with them.

I also like growing and eating my own food and plan to do so again once I marry In Shaa Allaah!

Travelled:

I do Not travel just for the sake of traveling or fun, I Travel for seeking Knowledge and for business and to keep the ties of kinship

The Sharee'ah has put guidelines on the type of siyaahah (tourism) that is acceptable in Islam.

Islamic sharee’ah has brought a number of rulings that regulate siyaahah so that it will achieve the aims mentioned above and will not overstep the mark or become a source of evil and harm in society. These rulings include the following:

1. It is haraam to travel for the purpose of venerating a specific place, except the three mosques.

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “No journey should be undertaken to visit any mosque but three: al-Masjid al-Haraam, the Mosque of the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and the Mosque of al-Aqsa.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (1132) and Muslim (1397).

This hadeeth indicates that it is haraam to undertake “religious journeys”, as they are called, to any mosque other than these three, such as those who call for travelling to visit graves or mashhads (shrines) or tombs or mausoleums, especially those tombs that are venerated by people and from which they seek blessing, and they commit all kinds of shirk and haraam actions there. There is nothing in sharee’ah to suggest that places are sacred and that acts of worship should be done in them apart from these three mosques.

It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: I went out to al-Toor (Sinai) where I met Ka’b al-Ahbaar and sat with him … He mentioned a lengthy hadeeth then he said: Then I met Basrah ibn Abi Basrah al-Ghifaari who said: From where have you come? I said: From Sinai. He said: If I had met you before you went out, you would not have gone to that place. I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say: “Mounts are not to be ridden except to three mosques: al-Masjid al-Haraam, this mosque of mine and the mosque of Eeliya’ or Bayt al-Maqdis [Jerusalem].”

Narrated by Maalik in al-Muwatta’ (108) and al-Nasaa’i (1430). Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Nasaa’i.

So it is not permissible to travel with the aim of visiting any holy place except these three. This does not mean that it is haraam to visit mosques in Muslim lands, because visiting them is prescribed and is mustahabb. Rather what is forbidden is setting out with that aim. If a person has another reason for travelling, and he happens to visit the mosque too, there is nothing wrong with that, rather he is obliged to pray Jumu’ah and prayers in congregation.

It is even more haraam to travel to visit places that are regarded as holy in other religions, such as those who go to visit the Vatican or Buddhist idols and so on.

2. The evidence also indicates that it is haraam for the Muslim to travel in kaafir lands in general, because of the evils that will affect the Muslim’s religious commitment and attitude as the result of mixing with those nations who pay no attention to religion and morals, especially when there is no need for him to travel for medical treatment or business and so on, rather it is just for leisure and for fun. Allaah has made the Muslim lands spacious, praise be to Allaah, and He has placed therein wonders of creation so that there is no need to visit the kaafirs in their lands.

Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan (may Allaah preserve him) said:

Travelling to kaafir lands is not permissible, because there are many dangers posed to one’s beliefs and morals by mixing with the kuffaar and staying among them. But if there is a valid need and a sound purpose for travelling, such as travelling for medical treatment that is not available in a Muslim country, or travelling to study something that is not available in a Muslim country, or travelling for business purposes, these are valid purposes for which it is permissible to travel to kaafir countries, provided that one adheres to the rituals of Islam and is able to carry out his religious duties in that country, but that (travel) should be done only as much as is necessary, then one should return to the Muslim world.

As for travelling for tourism, that is not permissible, because the Muslim has no need of that and it does not serve any interest that matches or outweighs the harm and danger to his religious commitment and beliefs that it involves.

Al-Muntaqa min Fataawa al-Shaykh al-Fawzaan (2/question no. 221)

We have already discussed this question in detail and at length on our site. Please see the answers to question no. 52845, 8919 and 13342.

3. There can be no doubt that sharee’ah forbids tourism in places of corruption, where alcohol is drunk and immoral actions take place and sins are committed, such as beaches and parties and immoral places, or travelling to hold celebrations on innovated festivals. The Muslim is enjoined to keep away from sin so he should not commit sin or sit with those who are committing sin.

The scholars of the Standing Committee said:

It is not permissible to go to places of corruption for the sake of tourism, because of the danger that poses to one’s religious commitment and morals. Islam came to block the means that lead to evil.

Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (26/332).

So how about tourism that encourages sin and immorality, and is organized in order to promote it and spread it?

The scholars of the Standing Committee also said:

If this tourism involves making it easy to commit sin and evils, and promotes them, then it is not permissible for the Muslim who believes in Allaah and the Last Day to help others to disobey Allaah and go against His commands. If a person gives up something for the sake of Allaah, Allaah will compensate him with something better than it.

Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (26/224).

4. With regard to visiting the ruins and places of former nations, if they are places of punishment where they were swallowed up by the earth, transformed or destroyed because of their disbelief in Allaah, then it is not permissible to take those places as sites for tourism and recreation.

The scholars of the Standing Committee were asked:

In the city of al-Bada’, near Tabook, there is an area where there are ancient ruins and houses carved out of the mountains, and some people say that these were the dwellings of the people of Shu’ayb (peace be upon him). My question is: Has it been proven that these were the dwellings of the people of Shu’ayb (peace be upon him) or not? What is the ruling on visiting these ruins for one whose aim is to have a look at them, and the one whose aim is to ponder and learn a lesson?

They replied:

It is well known among the scholars that the houses of Madyan to whom the Prophet of Allaah Shu’ayb (peace be upon him) was sent were in the north-west of the Arabian Peninsula, which is now known as al-Bada’ and its environs.

Allaah knows best what is really true. If this is correct, then it is not permissible to visit those places for the purpose of having a look at them, because when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) passed though al-Hijr – which was where the houses of Thamood were – he said: “Do not enter the dwellings of those who wronged themselves unless you are weeping, lest there befall you something like that which befell them.” Then he covered his head and urged his mount to move on quickly until he left the place behind.

Narrated by al-Bukhaari (3200) and Muslim (2980).

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) said, whilst listing the lessons and rulings learned from the campaign to Tabook:

One who passes by the places of those who were subjected to divine wrath or who were punished should not enter them or stay among them, rather he should hasten to move on and should cover his head with his garment until he has passed them, and he should not enter upon them unless he is weeping and willing to learn a lesson. An example of this is when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) hastened to move on in the valley of Muhsir, between Mina and Muzdalifah, because it was the place where Allaah destroyed the elephant and its companions.

Zaad al-Ma’aad (3/560).

Al-Haafiz Ibn Hajar (may Allaah have mercy on him) said, commenting on the hadeeth quoted above:

This applies to the dwellings of Thamood and others like them, though the reason was given concerning them.

Fath al-Baari (6/380).

See: Majmoo’at Abhaath Hay’at Kibaar al-‘Ulama’ fi’l-Mamlakat al-‘Arabiyyah al-Sa’oodiyyah, vol. 3, essay entitled Hukm Ihya’ Diyaar Thamood.

See also the answer to question no. 20894.

5 – It is also not permissible for a woman to travel without a mahram. The scholars have stated that it is haraam for a woman to travel without a mahram for Hajj or ‘umrah, so how about if the travel is for the purpose of tourism which involves a lot of carelessness and haraam mixing?!

See the answers to questions no. 3098, 69337, 45917 and 4523.

6 – As for organizing trips for kuffaar in Muslim countries, the basic principle is that it is permissible. If a kaafir tourist is granted permission by a Muslim state to enter, then he is granted safety until he leaves. But during his stay in the Muslim country he should be required to show respect for the Islamic religion and the morals and culture of the Muslims; he should not call people to his religion or claim that Islam is false, and he should only go out in clothes that are appropriate for a Muslim country, not as they are accustomed to dress in their country, semi naked and decadent. He should not be a helper or spy for his people. And finally the kuffaar should not be allowed to visit the two Holy Sanctuaries in Makkah and Madeenah al-Munawwarah.

Thirdly:

It is obvious to everyone that tourism (siyaahah) nowadays mostly involves sin, immoral deeds and transgression of the sacred limits, such as deliberate wanton display and nakedness, permissive mixing, drinking of alcohol, promotion of corruption, imitation of the kuffaar and introduction of their customs and ways, and even their diseases, let alone a waste of money, time and effort. All of that happens in the name of tourism. We remind everyone who is concerned about his religion, morals and ummah not to help to promote this evil kind of tourism; rather he should fight it and fight against the culture that it promotes; he should be proud of his religion, culture and morals, for they will protect him against all evils, and give him an alternative in the conservative Muslim lands.

And Allaah knows best.

I want to make Hajj and Ummarah! BaarakAllaahu feeki wa Jazaaki Allaahu Khairan for reading!

Cultural Adaption:

My Culture is Islam and everything else come after that so as long as there is NO Bid'a (innovations) involved I don't for see any problems! In Shaa Allaah!

Romance:

That is something that must be contemplated after We know Each Other!

Personality:

I am upon Salafiyyah with the Best of Akhlaq and Adab!

The Importance of Adab (manners) and Akhlaq (character)

“I have not been sent as a Messenger, except to perfect character (Akhlaaq)” He also said that: “The nearest of you to me on the Day of Judgement will be the one who is best in character.” (Bukhari)

Ibn Al-Mubarak said, “Mukhlid Ibn al-Husayn once said to me, ‘We are more in need of acquiring adab than learning Hadith’.

This highlights that knowledge alone is insufficient to build a sound and balanced Islamic personality. Imam Zakariya al-Anbari once said:

‘Knowledge without Adab is like fire without wood, and Adab without knowledge is like a spirit without a body’.

Sometimes I'm quiet and contemplative, sometimes I'm VERY playful and mischievous(in a halal way), and I have taught myself to be a very good listener, So You Can Voice You concerns and I will Listen, for what you have to say is important to me!!!

I am a very patient gentle and soft-hearted man and over the years I have gained some knowledge and wisdom al-hamdulilaah!

I'm very serious about the Deen of Islam and live my life under the guidance of the Quran and Sunnah as understood and practiced by the Sahabah (our Salaf-us-Saalih!!!)

My Perfect Match is:

There is NO Such Thing as Perfect match when it comes to People! Mur aatu Saaliha (a Righteous Woman)!

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