If you said yourself that wearing a hajib (? - hopefully I spelt it right) is a potential safety hazard while you're at school, like catching fire during science and potentially getting overheated on hot days, then you have a rational reason not to wear it at school.
You could wear the headscarf when you're at home or when you go to a mosque or go outside, or wear one made with lighter material
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I've learnt a lot about Islam, like what expectations you have to live up to in order to go to Jannaat (Heaven)
(Original post by Gallant92)
You say throughout the thread you want to believe in your religion and similar comments.
Why do you want to believe it?
Also why are you a Muslim?
Very similar questions, and if you wish to give the same answer for both that's fine or ofc if you don't want to answer them then that's fine too
Good luck with this episode of your life, and it seems like your parents are more reasonable than a lot of families.
Maybe it's because I'm scared I'll go to Hell.
The rest of my family are Muslim's, so I feel I have to be one too...
I can't just stop, knowing Allah won't be happy.
Edit: As I grew up I've read the Quran in a Mosque, and I feel that Islam is now a part of me, it's never been a problem for me before.
Last edited by Frequency; 24-05-2012 at 18:08.