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Tabassum Iman

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  1. Salam alaykom wa ramatullahi wa barakatuh! I pray this reaches you in the best of conditions. Ameen. I have found that they have excellent TV and Videos on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/user/ahlulbaytTV Ahlul Bayt Documentaries https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHDX1YOIys7tHgEzTzg-qw There is a whole section on YouTube dedicated to Ahlul Bayt. I found that these gave me great insight. They are very well made interviews and documentaries! Barakallah feek! Sister Tabassum
  2. Salaam alaykom Sister, I read your question and I will like to ask you a question. How does the hijab restrict you? What is it that your are missing? What is it you would have or do differently if you did not wear the hijab? Behind all of this is the desire to attract men. Maybe you will say, no I want to feel the air in my hair, I want people to see my hair, for what reason? Then if you will say, the hijab keeps you from getting employment or friends, I would say it is better to realize the bigger view and that it is simply not worth the short-term risk in this temporary world to defy the clear Laws of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala. There is more bad that can happen to you than good if you remove your hijab. If you will look through the history of this world until the present day you will see that it can be a very aggressive place for the woman who is modest and any protection you have is to your benefit. If what you want deep down is to attract a man, then it is best to get married whatever your age, rather than risk your modesty. This world is dominated by Dajjel and only desires to destroy the pure, modest and good image of a woman. Take care Sister and my advice is not to do anything you will regret. The frustration you are feeling will pass and you will be glad that you held onto your values rather than replacing them with the values of immodest women who are destined for a fiery end. Jazakallahu kheiran!
  3. Salaam alaykom, Does anyone know what were the Three Blessings Imam Ali ibn abi Talib (AS) received when he married Hazrat Fatima al Zahra (AS)? Jazakallahu kheiran!
  4. Jazakallahu kheir, that is inspiring quotes and different from the common ones we always see. These make the brain think and give some hope. Shukraan.
  5. As salaamu alaykum wa ramatullahi wa barakatuh! I do NOT believe that modern styles (although they say they are Islamic) fit the ideal set by our Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu alaihi wasallam and his family. Ahlul Bayt are truly the people with the knowledge and correct ways of doing everything, including clothing for women. We should not compromise anything, especially they way we dress. There is a clear Islamic dress code, and we all know this. Many women have become brainwashed and mesmerized by western fashion authorities, and they began to feel insecure about Islamic dress codes, not to mention the violence shown to them everywhere for dressing modestly and covering their faces and hands. I do not believe that the west has any right to comment at all or influence Islamic clothing in any way. I also believe that Muslim men have every right to comment on Islamic women's clothing and to correct them if they become too influenced by western fashion. In most cases Muslim men will recommend a conservative and correct adherence to true guidance and religious principles. They do not like to see women degrade themselves and look cheap or trashy. Muslim men hold Muslim women in a high regard and want to see them respect themselves and respect Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala. Also, I believe it is not worth challenging True and Known Islamic dress codes for a woman, who is in the most danger of going to Jahannam (It is the majority of women who have rebelled). It is not worth the risk. We are only here for a short time and we must obey the rules set by Allah. Female obscenity is at the root of the problem on this earth, and we should never approach anything that is in any way obscene, or we could risk burning ourselves, literally.
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