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Futuremedstudent

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    Futuremedstudent reacted to Shi3i_jadeed in Hijabi Muslim becomes first Miss England Finalist   
    This is pretty funny as it fails on both fronts. Miss England is not even English nor is she a proper hijabi. You'd think they'd be able to get one of those things right. 
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    Futuremedstudent reacted to Carlzone in Hijabi Muslim becomes first Miss England Finalist   
    Uhm. I wouldn't consider that as hijab. 
    She should be ashamed of herself contributing to the normalization of fasad amongst hijabis. 
    It's sad that we have reached a point where "hijabis" are being interviewed by playboy and now going on beauty pageants with everything but hijab on. Actually it would probably have been more honourable of them to take the hijab off and stop polluting it with that filth.
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    Futuremedstudent reacted to realizm in Hijabi Muslim becomes first Miss England Finalist   
    Beyond the debate of 'is it a proper hijab or not', there are two even greater evils in this :
    - Muslims trying to fit in fasad-ish standards and earning recognition or pride through them
    - Entire corruption of society forged by elites in order to install chaos amongst people. Starts with  jewish deputy Simone Weil legalizing abortion, and next thing forty years later a transsexual wins Eurovision.
    They spread poison through fashion.
     
    You also notice that for every 'good' that they try to give, they pervert you back. Saadiq Khan gets elected, fine, you lads can be the bosses , but the flipside is that your sisters will also become like us.
     
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    Futuremedstudent reacted to Carlzone in Hijabi Muslim becomes first Miss England Finalist   
    No.
    She can set an example without promoting fasad amongst hijabis. 
    The only person who should see her beauty is her husband. Period.
    And I am a hijabi myself. I don't wear any makeup when I go out and I still feel very beautiful. 
    She is actually contributing to making hijabis less confident with the sick ideals of modern society. 
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    Futuremedstudent reacted to wmehar2 in Hijabi Muslim becomes first Miss England Finalist   
    I don't care xD.
    She's setting an example that one can wear a headscarf and not feel insecure or out of place.
    Plus this kind of exposure contributes to normalization of Muslim presence.
    You're all men, and have no say in what a woman can't or shouldn't be doing llololol. 
    Unless you're a woman y'all opinions don't really mean much . 
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    Futuremedstudent got a reaction from dragonxx in Necessity of hijab   
    Salam everyone, new shiachat member! Made an account to specifically address views on hijab. As a university student in the west, the concept of hijab is not--and I repeat not-- only covering the hair. Nowadays hair covering is becoming a fashion if you look at fashion mags. To describe the concept of hijab in the most simplest ways (and not repeat what other members have already said) if your intention is to attract the opposite gender in any way or form then you are not practicing hijab. If you sport certain fashions to attract opposite gender, you are not practicing hijab. It is quite simple really. No need to overcomplicate things and Allah swt knows best your behaviors and actions. 
    Wassalam 
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    Futuremedstudent got a reaction from حسين in Necessity of hijab   
    Salam everyone, new shiachat member! Made an account to specifically address views on hijab. As a university student in the west, the concept of hijab is not--and I repeat not-- only covering the hair. Nowadays hair covering is becoming a fashion if you look at fashion mags. To describe the concept of hijab in the most simplest ways (and not repeat what other members have already said) if your intention is to attract the opposite gender in any way or form then you are not practicing hijab. If you sport certain fashions to attract opposite gender, you are not practicing hijab. It is quite simple really. No need to overcomplicate things and Allah swt knows best your behaviors and actions. 
    Wassalam 
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    Futuremedstudent reacted to Reza in **Ramadan 2018 General Discussion/Plans/Iftar**   
    Anyone having to travel during Ramadan for school, work, etc?
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    Futuremedstudent got a reaction from rinneganMahdi in Necessity of hijab   
    Salam everyone, new shiachat member! Made an account to specifically address views on hijab. As a university student in the west, the concept of hijab is not--and I repeat not-- only covering the hair. Nowadays hair covering is becoming a fashion if you look at fashion mags. To describe the concept of hijab in the most simplest ways (and not repeat what other members have already said) if your intention is to attract the opposite gender in any way or form then you are not practicing hijab. If you sport certain fashions to attract opposite gender, you are not practicing hijab. It is quite simple really. No need to overcomplicate things and Allah swt knows best your behaviors and actions. 
    Wassalam 
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