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SaniyehZahra

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  1. I am going to ask my question on hijab again: I understand that due to the difference in the biology of male and female, we have different needs. However the thing that i do not understand is why women have tocover the hair and neck, while men do not; of course, i understand men have awrah and hijab obligation too, but why do they not have to cover their hair? Isn’t a man’s hair also taken as a sign of beauty, now a days? to be fair, someone did say men don’t have to cover their beauty. But isn’t that slightly unfair, by telling women you must cover up your beauty just because you are a woman and certain people have an evil gaze. edit: before anyone gets offended, i used to wear hijab too, and i also wore it at my own will, so i’m not asking this because i am mad at hijab. I do also disagree with the western feminist idea that women should be allowed to basically walk around naked. That is also not right. But then again, men should need to cover up just as much as us
  2. True. Accept there isn’t usually a someone else. It is my own messed up mind. But yeah, safe to say it does seem like a never ending process.
  3. Someone else mentioned that of course, we need the ahlulbayt just as much as the quran. But how do we know what the ahlulbayt actually said? If i am correct, only the quran is considered authentic, so from which sources can we trust the ahlulbayt? If the ahlulbayt were given that much importance, why did they not compile a book or some form of physical proof, like the quran, so there wont be any misconceptions.
  4. What else are you meant to think with but you are right, my mind is slightly psychopathic and obsessive.
  5. I know this is also off topic, but in islam if a man wants a second wife but his first wife doesn’t want him to, is he still allowed to remarry?
  6. If you say this, what is your view on working women? So many working women have revolutionised the world, like marie curie for example
  7. So 2:282 is also dating back to the time of revelation. Now women obviously do have knowledge of these issues, so it takes me back to my first question. How is the quran still relevant
  8. There is an ayat as well that says a mans testimony is double that of a woman’s, and that two women should be bought incase one of them makes a mistake. Can men not make mistakes. I cant remember where it was exactly but i think it was in al baqarah
  9. This makes sense as well, but like any religious text, God never is explicit and you have people abusing this.
  10. Look, Islam has never done anything wrong to me. I also clearly mentioned that Islam isn’t the only religion i have a problem with. I clearly stated i don’t agree with both other abrahamic faiths, and i was pretty blunt about buddhism and hinduism as well a
  11. It kinda sucks to be agnostic though. It is confusing and you belong nowhere
  12. Sorry for the spam everyone. Hopefully this one will be short and sweet ......is the whole male looking after female thing. I believe this may have been needed at the time when the quran was revealed, but now, living in the 21st century can a woman not look after herself? While it is nice that islam gives this protection from a male, are women not independant enough to look after themselves? I also just can’t understand the whole head covering (now before i get attacked, i wore it too, with my own will). I don’t see how wearing a cloth on your head makes you modest. I also find it a bit unfair that women have to wear it while men don’t. A lot of people have said that it is because a womans hair and neck is a sign of beauty. But now a days, couldnt we say the same for men as well?
  13. Another thing that bothers me is the whole male looking after female thing. I believe this may have been needed at the time when the quran was revealed, but now, living in the 21st century can a woman not look after herself? While it is nice that islam gives this protection from a male, are women not independant enough to look after themselves? I also just can’t understand the whole head covering (now before i get attacked, i wore it too, with my own will). I don’t see how wearing a cloth on your head makes you modest. I also find it a bit unfair that women have to wear it while men don’t. A lot of people have said that it is because a womans hair and neck is a sign of beauty. But now a days, couldnt we say the same for men as well?
  14. No definitely not. Like i said i disagree with atheism as well
  15. Agreed. And this is where i have gone wrong
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