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Hamd

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  1. I am not really sure what part of my post made few of you think that I am unaware of the rulings of Islam on hijab and I don't realize the significance or spiritual service that hijab provides.I posses complete awareness of Hijab in Shariah it's importance and purpose what I meant was that I want hijab to be something I do for Allah but due to my mother it starts to feel like a forced act done to please and satisfy my mom which is why I start hating it (which does not make me feel like taking it off, its just annoyance and frustration that builds up eventually causing rebellious arguments). Nobody cares about what I wear except me and I don't want to blend into a sinful crowd by becoming like them but I don't want to stand out in a way that people are uncomfortable around me.
  2. I recently entered a university and I wanted to attend its functions I have previously attended school and college functions and I have always studied in co-education.I belong to a practicing shia family which is why hijab has always been a big part in my life.at all functions and events i have never taken off my hijab neither do I ever intend to do so but my mother has become so insecure ever since i entered university(even though I have never done anything wrong or immoral).She tells me to take a chaddar to the function and wants me to not go if possible.I am always over conscious of over doing thus even if I do get all dressed up I never stand out because you know how girls are now a days being over dressed and flashy but my mom is getting angry and keeps telling me that I don't listen to her anymore and I don't follow hijab and my body shape is showing she expects me to wrap a blanket around me and then go out. The university I am in is known for it's really out of limits rules and discipline but since it is the only well known art college in Pakistan I could not miss the opportunity but I am really getting tired of my mom's insecurity and over the top demands that I am unable to fulfill considering the surrounding that I am living in.I realize that she might be right in an Islamic point of view but that makes me hate Islam in a certain way I also want to enjoy my university life and have fun like everyone else but the way my mom is imposing hijab onto me is just pushing me further away from Islam and making me feel trapped and bound. "Islam is suffocating" says the heart as I try reasoning with it day and night trying to have fun and still not cross the islamic limits.... :/
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