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ayan mahamed
21 Höchstadt an der Aisch, Bavaria, Germany
Seeking: Male 22 - 35
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
juliana
23 Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Seeking: Male 33 - 70
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Aiche
64 Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 53 - 63
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Saralyn
31 Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany
Seeking: Male 30 - 60
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Fatima
28 Duderstadt, Lower Saxony, Germany
Seeking: Male 29 - 45
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Asma
26 Golßen, Brandenburg, Germany
Seeking: Male 26 - 43
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Svenja-Charlotte
37 Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany
Seeking: Male 35 - 65
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Томирис
49 München, Bavaria, Germany
Seeking: Male 30 - 40
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Sarah
65 Kempen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 41 - 70
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Kerstin
31 Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 30 - 45
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Tanja
19 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Seeking: Male 20 - 31
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Maryam
24 Nürnberg, Bavaria, Germany
Seeking: 24 - 39
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
souma
39 Heinsberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 50 - 60
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Sahra
35 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Seeking: Male 33 - 48
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Gisela
50 Schöppenstedt, Lower Saxony, Germany
Seeking: Male 20 - 53
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Asiya
28 Achim, Lower Saxony, Germany
Seeking: Male 26 - 43
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Veronika
41 Krefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 36 - 44
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Ida link
52 Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 46 - 51
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Muna
29 Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Seeking: Male 23 - 35
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
laura
40 Bochum, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 32 - 99
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
mima
37 Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
Seeking: Male 40 - 55
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Jumilia
38 Lünen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: Male 36 - 58
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Melek
31 Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Seeking: Male 30 - 50
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Nina
23 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Seeking: Male 23 - 40
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
mimi
39 Kirchheim unter Teck, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Seeking: Male 35 - 50
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
Meryem
38 Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Seeking: Male 38 - 45
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
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62 Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Seeking: 40 - 63
Polygamy: Maybe accept polygamy
DON'T LOOK FOR A SEX ADVENTURE!!! AS A SECOND WOMAN, DOES NOT LIKE SECRECY, AND ONLY CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN DOOR AND ROD, THAT IS, ONLY WHEN MAN HAS TIME TO ANSWER, OR A PHONE CALL, BECAUSE NO ONE ELSE IS IN THE ROOM, I HATE THIS CONDITION, AS IF ON A SIDING. (THUS, ONE DOES NOT have A SECOND MARRIAGE IN ISLAM) The second WOMAN has the same right to be affectionate as the first, everything else is Haram, which also contradicts the Koran and Sunnah. Please stay away from my profile if you are seeking such a marriage. Otherwise, I am looking for a heart that carries warmth, love, kindness, mercy and remorse, is willing to give and take, has no avarice, pride or greed, a awake mind that passes on knowledge with respect and humor, He also uses discussion to expand knowledge, and not only does he mean he is right, who loves and respects the words of "Allah" and that of his prophet peace. The wife to beat and hurt is haram The holy prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "The man who strikes his wife will be ashamed by God on the last day – in the presence of the other creatures. All will then look at him in his disgrace." (Mustadrak B.2 S 550) Prophet Muhammad (s): "I wonder about him who beats his wife, because he deserves much more to be beaten! Don't beat your women! This will be expensive for you!" (Bihar an. B. 103, p. 249) Mohammed Mustafa (SaaS): " The one who beats his wife is not the best Muslim among us." The Sahaba came to Abdullah ibn Abbas and asked for a verse in the Quran Kerim according to which Allah (cc) allowed women to be beaten as a last resort, they asked Ibn Abbas: "Isn't this a contradiction between the Messenger's words and the Quran?" Abdullah ibn Abbas took his miswak (a kind of wooden toothbrush) out of his shirt, stretched out his hand and tapped on the back of his hand three times, then said: "So hard you may touch your women, and that is what this verse from the Holy Quran means." Striking men are guilty of Allah and inflict mental harm on their women, for the dignity of a woman is lost forever with every blow. You do not beat the mother of your children, the daughter of a father and a mother, nor the best friend and companion of the man! He (s.a.s.) said: "To him who puts his wife in the face even one blow, God will make seventy blows in the face by the angel of hell. And God will make glowing nails hit into the hand of the man who pulls his wife by the hair!" According to the Koran, women and men are equally worth. They should treat each other with respect and support each other with their different tasks and duties. This is especially true in marriage and in the family. The Koran says precisely: The believing men and the believing women are one of the other supporters, they should stand up for good and prevent evil... (Sura 9, verse 71) The man is expressly forbidden to command his wife in his daily life. In their religion, they are to remember each other's prayers and other duties. Nevertheless, in some Muslim countries, a particularly large number of women are disadvantaged. Men are the determinants in almost all areas of life. They often even force their opinions against their women. This is especially true where many people hardly or not go to school. Because there, many people have not even the possibility to read for themselves how they should live according to their religion. The poor education and lifestyle has a lot to do with the history of the affected countries before Islam. When Mohammed lived, the situation for women improved, but later deteriorated again. You can find these sentences in the Koran on the subject of "woman and man": The man is a robe to the woman and it is a robe to him. (2:187) "... And live with them (women) in marital communion full of kindness. And if you are averse to them, you may be averse to something in which Allah places much good." (4:19) These words of Muhammad are delivered by the Hadith Bukhari: The most perfect believer is the one with the best nature and the best among you are those who are best to their wives." By the way: As in Judaism, many Muslim men and women also show mutual respect by meeting each other with a little distance. For example, some men and women do not give their hands when greeting. Dear siblings! On our Prophet's way to the farewell pilgrimage to Mecca, there were also women in the tour group. A young man named Endschesche was responsible for the order within the caravan. He read poems with full enthusiasm and sang with his beautiful voice. This led to the excitement of the camels and thus to the increase of their speed. Therefore, the women felt uncomfortable on the camels. Our Prophet felt obliged to intervene in the event. He wanted to free the women from shaking. He called out to the young man with noble statements as follows: "O Endschesche, calm down! Wear the crystals with caution!"[1] The Prophet of Kindness pointed out the sensitive nature of the woman with the parable of the crystal. He expressed how valuable it is and how carefully it should be treated. My siblings! The exalted Allah created man from one single being.[2] Man is the most honored creature of the worlds. Allah has given both woman and man the honor and responsibility of being human. Because of this responsibility and value, the woman and the man have the same meaning in Allah. For Allah says, "Whoever, whether man or woman, does some righteous works, and believes in it, they will enter Paradise and it will not be wronged in the least."[3] Thus, all men, whether man or woman, are servants of Allah. The important thing is to be aware of this servants. The important thing is to continue life in the awareness of mutual obligations and responsibilities. In his statement, our prophet also stated that the woman or man without the existence of the other are incomplete: "The woman and the man are two equal parts of a whole that complete each other."[4] Thus, the woman and the man are two separate values that together build a healthy and peaceful society. They protect each other and find peace with each other. Finally, the noble Koran refers to these qualities of man and woman: “They are a garment for you, and you are a garment for them.”[5] Venerable siblings! The Prophet of Mercy has made countless efforts that are envious even today. The aim was for the woman to gain a prestigious position within society. Despite the mercilessness of that era toward the woman, he always protected the dignity of the woman. He urged those who used violence against women. His behavior toward women is full of examples of kindness, compassion, courtesy, and understanding. He shared the excitement and difficulty of confronting Revelation first and foremost with his wife Hadija. It was the epitome of loyalty. He showed great respect to his mother-of-milk Halima. He raised his daughter Fatima with love and kindness. Taking his granddaughter Umame on his shoulders, he prayed to his companions. He said, "The best among you are those who treat their wives best."[6] Our Prophet, both husband, father, and son, set the best example of how to behave toward women. My siblings! According to our faith, the woman is a wife entrusted to us by Allah; or she is a mother under whose feet Paradise is laid out; or she is a daughter encircled by the mercy of Allah; or she is a being honored by Allah. For this reason, the woman deserves all kinds of respect and respect. Insulting women, beating and discriminating against them, or injuring them, is incompatible with our faith. My siblings! It is so sad that today, almost all over the world, women suffer from oppression, violence and brutality. According to the statistics of the year 2018 114,393, women were registered as victims of physical violence in Germany alone. 122 women were murdered by their husband or former husband. These statistics show us the seriousness of the situation.[7] These shameful behaviors despise the dignity and honor of women. They are due to ignorance, ruthlessness, the lack of conscience values, but rather to the removal from humanity. Even worse is the attempt to link these wrong actions and behaviors with Islam. After all, no approach, no idea, no tradition, no faith that tolerates tyranny and violence can find a place in the Koran and the Sunnah. We must not forget that our sublime religion, Islam and His Prophet, consider it necessary for the perfection of our faith that we behave well toward our women and children.

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