I wouldn't say that they necessarily value "western thoughts" more than Islam but rather that it's a series of different things influencing their decisions/actions. Ultimately, they should not represent hijab, as should men with beards in Islam not represent the beard in Islam itself. Hypocrisy is everywhere and I too am hypocritical, the test of this Dunya is too much (or not much but we are week and feeble minded) And regarding your question, I doubt they see it that way, we don't understand our actions contradict with what we believe in. They see it merely as a piece of cloth? Or an item of fashion they can customise? This is a complex matter tbh and dependent on each individual girl and the way she feels about it. Also, the hijab, once worn for a long time, feels like a part of you and you feel naked without it so I guess it has something to do with that aspect too,(Original post by Anonymous)
That's an excellant observation. I guess it all comes down to your iman at the end of the day. It seems like most Hijabi girls value western thoughts more than their own religious ethics. And yes, i know they are humans and they make mistakes and i'm not blaming them for anything. It's their life and they can do whatever they want. As a muslim, i was just curious. For example: When a soldier wears his uniform, he is expected to act accordingly. He cannot act like a ruffian or a business man or a party guy. But i have another question. If the Iman of these girls are so weak and if they are not against pre-marital relationships. Why don't they take their Hijab's off when they make out? Aren't they directly insulting that piece of cloth by wearing it and willingly doing whatever is forbidden?
I've seen Hijabi's make out with other men? Watch
- 21-07-2014 15:21
- 17-03-2016 02:44
Yes it happens quite a bit. At the end of the day, it's just a piece of cloth.
- 17-03-2016 02:53
- 18-03-2016 17:56
The modern dilemma for modern Muslim women and our bodies, is that everyone believes they have a right to comment and police them. Who cares if a Hijabi woman goes around with her boyfriend, will your life physically end by her doing that? What the Qu'ran does or does not say is for them alone.
(Original post by Rosie786)
- 18-03-2016 19:58
I knew a hijabi who is a former friend. I liked this guy in college and I wanted to talk to him. She stopped me saying only 'guys should make the first move'.
Next day, I seen him and her together talking to each other and then a week after holding hands. I hated her at that time lol.
- 18-03-2016 20:02
Look at these Takfiris thinking they have a monopoly on morality
**** that **** *****
- 18-03-2016 21:17
In b4 Hijabi Girls Gone Wild Vol. 2