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They're both the same!

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the difference is quite obv, one is wearing a hijab the other is not
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ones showing hair

ones not showing hair

doesn't really take a genius to work that out

though to be fair this thread isn't directed at non-muslims so idk
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One needs to protect herself from 'unwanted attention' and the other one does not.
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One needs to protect herself from 'unwanted attention' and the other one does not.
Unwanted attention? I didn't realise someone's hair attracted that much attention to be honest.

They're both the same except one is wearing a headscarf.
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They're both the same!

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the difference is quite obv, one is wearing a hijab the other is not
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ones showing hair

ones not showing hair

doesn't really take a genius to work that out

though to be fair this thread isn't directed at non-muslims so idk

The OP is taking a dig at the Muslim girls that dress in a westernised way but still choose to wear the Hijab in a half arsed attempt to be modest.:claus::chaplin:
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Unwanted attention? I didn't realise someone's hair attracted that much attention to be honest.

They're both the same except one is wearing a headscarf.
well spotted
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Not Muslim anymore, but if you asked me this two years ago when I still belonged to Islam, I'd think the hijabi is a big, fat hypocrite. I'd also think she's a stupid conformist who doesn't look into the religion, or rather, the Qur'anic teachings herself and only does what society tells her to.
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(Not Muslim, intruding on thread, lols).
I thought Muslim females were supposed to dress more modestly than that? Skinny jeans aren't that "modest" in terms of showing the figure.
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Not Muslim anymore, but if you asked me this two years ago when I still belonged to Islam, I'd think the hijabi is a big, fat hypocrite. I'd also think she's a stupid conformist who doesn't look into the religion, or rather, the Qur'anic teachings herself and only does what society tells her to.
So what are your thoughts on it now?

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(Not Muslim, intruding on thread, lols).
I thought Muslim females were supposed to dress more modestly than that? Skinny jeans aren't that "modest" in terms of showing the figure.
I know it defeats the whole purpose of wearing the hijab..

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A jumper and jeans is revealing now? :rolleyes: Stop being so concerned with what others wear, you nosey Muslims.
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Hijab doesn't just mean headscarf.
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that beige scarf does not match those jeans nuh uh
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Unwanted attention? I didn't realise someone's hair attracted that much attention to be honest.

They're both the same except one is wearing a headscarf.
Me neither.
I never understood the whole concept of hijab until I went to the Middle East and understood that women are wearing it protect themselves from men.
Sadly, they do not know that in Europe, they have nothing to fear, but it's part of the mentality I am afraid.
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The hijabi is a strong independent woman who don't need no man.

It is a woman who respects herself that she consciously chooses not to conform to what society wants her to be. To not be a promiscuous she-devil with no self-respect. There is nothing more beautiful than a woman who chooses modesty over conformity. Who chooses self-respect over being subject to the lustful eyes of evil men. Who chooses to give due respect to, and have the most beautiful, intimate relationship with, the creator. Hijab is not simply an article of clothing. It is a way of life. Respect to my hijabi sisters everywhere. <3
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(Original post by ScarletArrow)
So what are your thoughts on it now?

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Exactly the same, except I don't take it personally like I used to when I belonged to the religion.
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I see one with a scarf on her head and the other one without however neither are in hijab cos they are not dressed modestly and beige hijab amd those jeans umm no just no fyi I is a muslim hijabi and girl you dont wear it like dat :P xx

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The hijabi is a strong independent woman who don't need no man.

It is a woman who respects herself that she consciously chooses not to conform to what society wants her to be. To not be a promiscuous she-devil with no self-respect. There is nothing more beautiful than a woman who chooses modesty over conformity. Who chooses self-respect over being subject to the lustful eyes of evil men. Who chooses to give due respect to, and have the most beautiful, intimate relationship with, the creator. Hijab is not simply an article of clothing. It is a way of life. Respect to my hijabi sisters everywhere. <3
A great insight, thank you...

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