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    If there's one thing that makes absolutely no sense, it's the weird alliance between Islam and feminism.
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    (Original post by Chief Wiggum)
    If there's one thing that makes absolutely no sense, it's the weird alliance between Islam and feminism.
    How so?
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    you can't be both , it doesn't make sense
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    you can't be both , it doesn't make sense
    Explain why.
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    (Original post by YaBoiSF)
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    ???
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    Do you think the headscarf is a symbol of oppression?
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    not even gonna criticise this post as my account will just get banned as these incompetent TSR Mods bans the wrong people look at "Got Milk Exposed" swearing threatening with hate speech breaking obvious rules but don't even get a warning or ban.
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    (Original post by Cod3tte)
    Explain why.
    because feminism states that men and women should have equal rights for everything
    Islam gives men and women different rights (although the basics are the same) according to how Allah made them as they are both different.

    so you can either be a feminist , or be content with the rights Allah has already given u
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    (Original post by Andrew97)
    Do you think the headscarf is a symbol of oppression?
    It really depends on the situation.

    If a girl is forced to wear it, then yes that is oppression and goes against teachings of Islam.

    If a girl chooses to wear it, the no, it is not oppressing. It is empowering to her.

    But remember, the headscarf is more of a cultural thing, rather than a religious thing.
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    (Original post by YaBoiSF)
    not even gonna criticise this post as my account will just get banned as these incompetent TSR Mods bans the wrong people look at "Got Milk Exposed" swearing threatening with hate speech breaking obvious rules but don't even get a warning or ban.
    That’s because nobody is reporting his posts. If they get reported, the mods will have a little look at them.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    because feminism states that men and women should have equal rights for everything
    Islam gives men and women different rights (although the basics are the same) according to how Allah made them as they are both different.

    so you can either be a feminist , or be content with the rights Allah has already given u
    Where does Allah give men and women different rights?
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    (Original post by Andrew97)
    That’s because nobody is reporting his posts. If they get reported, the mods will have a little look at them.
    the mods are on the same thread and seeing his bs lmao
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    (Original post by YaBoiSF)
    y r u raiding uk
    "raiding"? What do you mean? I was born here.
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    (Original post by Cod3tte)
    It really depends on the situation.


    But remember, the headscarf is more of a cultural thing, rather than a religious thing.
    that is completely false, it is obligatory for Muslim women to wear headscarf
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    (Original post by YaBoiSF)
    y r u raiding uk
    ? People who indentify as Muslim only make up about 5% uk of the UK population, hardly raiding is it?
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    (Original post by Cod3tte)
    Where does Allah give men and women different rights?
    Can women marry 4 men?
    Can men wear silk and jewellery?
    Are men given mahr?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    that is completely false, it is obligatory for Muslim women to wear headscarf
    No it isn't. All Muslims are taught to dress modestly, and some people's perception of modesty is covering your hair, which is completely okay.

    Others believe covering your body is enough which is also okay.

    Tell me where in the Qur'an it says:
    "All women must wear a headscarf."
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    (Original post by Cod3tte)
    No it isn't. All Muslims are taught to dress modestly, and some people's perception of modesty is covering your hair, which is completely okay.

    Others believe covering your body is enough which is also okay.

    Tell me where in the Qur'an it says:
    "All women must wear a headscarf."
    Firstly u do realise not everything in the Qur'an is spelled out for u
    the Quran doesn't say "don't make out" for example, it says stay from zina

    Here's your evidence

    http://aboutislam.net/counseling/ask...-or-mandatory/

    Now wheres yours?
 
 
 
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