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Dear sir,
My daughters are studying in Indian school the students are females non Muslims,their concern is do they need to make friendship or not,they have been studying together since 9years,can they visit their house?all of them are females
Appreciate your response
Sharieff Dastagir

Bismillahir-Rahmanir-Rahim (In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)


Dear Brother,

Indeed its a good question.
Its an opportunity to be with someone who can be introduced to Islam. Yes indeed they should be invited to your house and be taught about what islam is.
But do not let your girls visit their house because non-muslims house will carry traces of their religion and your kids might get affected. Also they do not follow Hijaab and its possible that your kids might end up learning some bad things.


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