Who are they to tell women how to dress ?!
I’m not against Niqab honestly, but don’t force it on people, and why do you force hijabis to take their hijab off? Theses two categories use as argument « with your hijab you’re oppressed » « without your niqab you’re seen as an object » like stop this, let us be theses are nothing but hypocrisy and Violates women’s rights.
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@farmrgrl69 that is really interesting I did not know that. However at the same time a man should not become sexually frustrated because he cannot see a woman in a niqab. In a way that is rape culture because it shows that men cannot be patient enough to marry the woman and get her consent for sexual pleasures. Human behaviour is really quite interesting . It’s just really upsetting how some men cannot be patient and become very easily sexually frustrated . I’m glad you shared this information. And tank you btw, I try to stay open minded because I like to learn more about things and understand other people’s points of view .
@mmiillaaaaa I love how civil and open minded you’re being but I have a reason for my hatred towards the niqab and burqa is because it promotes homosexuality. How? Well, I’ll tell you. A niqab and burqa makes a woman look invincible and men can get sexually frustrated so they vent it out on men. Take Afghanistan for example, homosexuality thrives there because woman are basically invisible. You can find this in other countries as well. If you want proof yourself then go watch a documentary about “Dancing Bachas”.
@farmrgrl69 im glad your being honest . Personally I wear hijab, however I completely respect those who wear niqab because whether we like it or not we are in the same boat, lots of people don’t accept women wearing hijab but lots of people also respect it, I think that niqab isn’t obligatory but it is a choice. I respect women who make the decision to wear it, the same way(even though hijab is technically obligatory ) women make the choice to wear the hijab. However I respect your opinion , thank you for your honesty .
@mmiillaaaaa To be honest, I’m against the niqab but I’m not insulting anyone who does wear it.
@zvynvbi @iam_nadia__ to be fair, everyone has there own Interpretation of this ayah and of what modesty truly is . Some people take this ayah and take from it that they should wear niqab , some understand that they may just wear hijab , and some may not cover up at all yet they understand that you must be modest with your words and actions . But I understand both of your point of views
@farmrgrl69 but just to be clear here it is still perfectly fine to wear niqab, I shouldn’t never be forced but it should still be a choice like the hijab
@zvynvbi sis i said it was obligatory upon the wives of the prophet (salla'Allahu 'alayhi wa salam) only. I didn't say it was obligatory upon all women. If you try to understand the importance of these women in Islam and in the Sounnah you'll understand why they had a different status and obligations. It's up to you to accept a truth or not, but honestly it will be better for you to stop searching and finding contradictions in everything especially when things have been made clear to everyone. Salam 'alaykum sis may Allah help us to understand better our religion
@iam_nadia__ Stop honestly, why would Allah have mentioned hijab but not niqab, Hijab is obligatory, Don’t insinuate that Niqab is obligatory, please stop.
@zvynvbi Allah doesn't always speak with words to prohibit or allow something but rather with ideas and parables. The word curtain means exactly the idea that they shouldn't show their faces or look directly at men.
@iam_nadia__ and Allahu ahlam
@iam_nadia__ it doesn’t says Niqab, « ask them from behind a screen, a curtain. » this is different.
@iam_nadia__ Wa alaikoum salam, there’s 0 word « Niqab » in the Qu’ran, only Hijab, also the ayah you mentionned, Tasfir Al Jalalayn says : (33:53) « O you who believe, do not enter the Prophet’s houses unless permission is granted you, to enter by invitation, to [share] a meal, and so you enter, without waiting for the [right] moment, [for] when it is ready (ināhu, a verbal noun from anā, ya’nī). But when you are invited, enter, and, when you have had your meal, disperse, without, lingering for, any [leisurely] conversation, amongst yourselves. Indeed that, lingering, is upsetting for the Prophet, and he is [too] shy of you, to make you leave, but God is not shy of the truth, that you should leave — in other words, He would never refrain from declaring it (a variant reading [for yastahyī] has yastahī). And when you ask anything of [his] womenfolk, in other words, the wives of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), ask them from behind a screen, a curtain. That is purer for your hearts and their hearts, than [entertaining] sinful thoughts. And you should never cause the Messenger of God hurt, in any way; nor ever marry his wives after him. Assuredly that in God’s sight would be very grave, as a sin. »
@zvynvbi *wives salam 'alaykum, the proof is in the Quran (Surah Al Ahzab : verse 53).
@farmrgrl69 dressing modest is what u have to do. Niqab no
The wifes of the prophet salla'Allahu 'alayhi wa salam used to hide their faces. It was obligatory only upon them because of their different status. They were also prohibited from marrying another man after his death. So the first muslim women started to wear hijab this way until it became a habit among the first generations of muslims, even if it wasn't obligatory upon all women.
@farmrgrl69 it’s not obligatory, it’s some little minded people who thinks they can tell how women should dress
@zvynvbi From what I’ve heard none of the wives of the prophet wore a niqab. So why should we wear it?
@farmrgrl69 they are some hadiths speaking about niqab, but i don’t know why they make it forceful upon women, this is so unfair.
I honestly don’t know where the fuck the niqab came from. It’s not in the sunnah, Hadith or Quran.
@shuminion97 i’m not sure if it’s him, but i heard it, and this video he’s probably explaining it aswell.
@shuminion97 i know that already, i can see you love to argue, and prove you are right, but it’s time for you to accept you are not, and leave that kind of arrogance, stop acting as if you are right and everyone is wrong, now get off my page.
@shuminion97 go ahead and claim what i didn’t said, you know what, i’m not arguing anymore, it’s useless, and a waste of time, it’s not the first time you come and start to argue in comments of my posts, now, i invite you to quit my page, dear i know everything.
@shuminion97 Jokes, i actually got this from a sheikh or imam (islamic reminder) so excuse me if you know better than sheikhs, https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1UU9MoCDQzE
@ah.3qa yeah and God Knows best
It’s just one country in the east I think
@shuminion97 I am revolting the law of Allah? Ahhhhh, because Allah told women that they have no rights and men are extra superior so they have all the rights in the world? Also men are superior and SUPREME divinity i forgot, sorry, ofc i am revolting against the Law of Al Mighty Allah because they force Niqab upon women and even in Iran forcing hijab on all women isn’t a good resolution because not everyone is muslim, and if you force religion upon people they won’t ever understand the true religion and they will see a bad side of the religion, hijab, you should wear it obligatory yeah, don’t worry i know that i’m a hijabi, but if i’m forced to wear it, for example, it won’t be sincere and my trues intentions, idk how to explain this too much but yeah if you wear hijab it should be from your heart, you people (In general) need to stop forcing religion upon people, you should stop that, did you all knew that the sahabas didn’t stopped alcohol right away because it was too hard and so Allah was merciful to them because if you tell people « this is haram, that is haram » or « this is fardh (obligatory) » that’s not how they will accept the Islam, i think there was an hadith of the prophet ﷺ and allahu ahlam that says that if you want to make people enter islam you must first speak about La ilaha illa allah, not what’s haram and halal, that’s not how they’d accept islam, because if you die, Allah can forgive the sins like alcohol, not wearing hijab and etc, but Allah won’t forgive someone who associate partners with Him, that’s why you should always be merciful and not forceful yet you people are forceful and show no mercy. Be sure that you are able to say this in front of Allah, remember every single words you said, remember, each single words, letter you typed, remember them, we’ll see this on Yawmul Qiyamah. « And whoever does an atom's weight of evil will see it. »
@zvynvbi i think you just misunderstood what i said...(by the way i believe that clothes don't define who you are) Assalam.
@hidden.sur i ain’t even arguing anymore believe what you want to believe
@zvynvbi what do u mean?