What do you do

August 8, 2009 § 20 Comments

… when 9-10 year old girls you taught at an Islamic Summer Camp start adding you on Facebook?

I mean, are kids that age even supposed to be on Facebook?

[... Not that I have a shady Facebook or anything, but still.]



§ 20 Responses to What do you do

  • Absar says:

    Facebook phir bhi chalta hai yaar – have you seen the way kids dress around here? Disgusting!! :s

  • Yes. Sigh. Its i guess its the race to be ‘modern’ and copy the west.

    These girls are highly sweet though, mashallah they all wear hijab and pray everything, but they’re utterly curious. In fact when I was teaching them… you can’t imagine the sort of questions they’d come up with.

    Stuff like… [when we were discussing the concept of Hijab]

    ‘So is your Mothers, Cousin your Mehram?’

    ‘Are your Mothers, cousins sons your Mehram?

    ‘Do you have to do Hijab infront of your Cousin if hes a baby?’

    haha, in fact i even got one of the answers wrong and i had to check it up.

    I wanted to adopt one of them. 😦

  • farooqk says:

    you do what you do to everybody else who you dont wanna add! Dont look at the request! 😛

  • They’re adorable! haha, they’re leaving messages on my wall saying things like, ‘I miss you so much’ 😦 My Babies. Sigh. I’m not sure when I’ll get to see them again.

  • Leena S. says:

    students love to add their teachers on fb….so yea, limited is the key.
    And i am actually impressed, i knew nothing wen i was 9-10, ok, lemme rephrase, i still know nothing and im more than double their age

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