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I See Women Wearing Niqab

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In The Name of Allah The Beneficent The Merciful

May peace and His blessing be upon Prophet Muhammad and his pure progeny

salam to all :)

i see this topic as very interesting one. why?? Because , i don't know, all of sudden, i find myself having this urge within me to wear niqab recently :) and i do realize that i love to see woman wearing niqab, they look so nice (in term of modesty), and i can feel as if my heart is blooming and can't stop smiling (feeling happy looking at the way they try to be modest) :) :)

so yep, day by day, i can feel the urge to wear niqab increasing, and yeah i try to search for reasons why i have this feeling, and i've found several reasons ,

no.1 : i feel comfortable, not actually comfortable, but very2 comfortable when i wear niqab, hmm..why..?well...maybe because i feel that whenever i go out people may stare at me (i don't mind woman, but non-mahram men) - my face is not beautiful nor ugly, but i feel more comfortable to cover them up, in other word i have this feeling that "i don't feel comfortable people look at me esp non-mahram men) how do i know they are looking at me?? oh my, i have this 6th sense i would say :) so scary...

no. 2 : shy ..? yeah, i think feeling shy also is one of the reasons especially when i'm in public , you know, having non-mahram men, but even cousins, relatives, i don't know why, but i have this feeling to stay in my room, so that people may not look at my face, if you ask me, why i'm feeling so shy..?then, i guess it just natural for a lady to feel shy esp. in front of men :)

no. 3 :when i wear niqab, i feel so....... happy! maybe because 80% of my worry has been erased by wearing niqab. you know, no need for me to bother whether people are looking at me or not, no need for me to feel shy anymore, no need for me to hide myself somewhere coz i'm FREE! :) is this feeling weird? :)

and whenever i wear niqab instead of busy myself thinking about what other people think about me, about my face etc etc, now i find myself in total peace just thinking about how to please my Lord , and wearing niqab remind me as well to be modest, watch out my behaviour, i don't know, but i'm afraid of the evil within me, i realize the fact that i'm friendly with everyone, smiling all the time, alhamdulillah being friendly is good, smiling is charity, but i tell myself , "Siti, be careful, your character may cause others to fall into sins, your heedlessness, your selfishness, etc etc may cause others to fall into sins, don't try to be innocent and be God-fearing" - stg like that, so yeah hmm.....but....even though i'd love to wear niqab, (trust me, i love to wear one, and i already modified my hijab in such away it is attached to niqab, and i could wear this niqab on-off, whenever i feel i need to)

but, i need to consider some factors...for example

-the view of people, my villages esp, certainly they would feel shocked to see me wearing niqab all of sudden

-the view of those who don't know me, certainly they have this "strange feeling" toward me - and i don't want that, we are but brothers in Islam, and if you are not muslim, we are brothers in humanity, so let's work together, i'm not an alien! :)

-the view of those who know me - they may think i have changed into stg else, certainly they will feel weird/afraid of me, bla, bla, bla...

-then, also, need to remind myself, the fact i'm practising taqiya, i don't want them to accuse me as "Shia" just simply because i wear niqab..you know, here in my country, Shia is .... (sigh..) nevermine....

so yeah, i love niqab, but i need to think of a strategy how to cope with this situation, so yep! this is my strategy, : the objective is one, i want to wear niqab but at the same time i don't want people to feel nervous/afraid of me

1: if i want to meet my near relatives, i would not wearing niqab except in certain occassion when "strange" men are present, but if i still feel it's not appropriate to wear niqab, just run into my room!

2: am not going to wear niqab in front of neighbours, villagers, except if i feel so uncomfortable, having non-mahram men youth looking at me with ....

3: wearing niqab only in public, but i'll put on-off according to situation i am in, but.. hmm...don't know....but that's what i think

4: only wear niqab in front of my friends after making sure they would not feel afraid/nervous of me, so how? just smile and talk normally as usual, with friendly fragrance flying in the atmosphere!

so yep. but yeah.... i'm still wondering why i have this sudden urge/desire to wear niqab, and the intensity increases day by day :) may Allah guide me inshaallah to decide what is best , and what will please Him and the ahlulbayt, ameeeen....!

with the prayer of success,

siti

*i just copy paste this posting from somewhere else in sister's forum, just like to know the opinion/view/perspective from our brothers, must be interesting :) tell us what do you think of women wearing niqab, strange? weird? mysterious? will you prefer your wife to wear niqab? do you prefer your female friends to wear niqab? if not, why, if yes, state the reason,

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bismillah,

:) that's an honest reply bro, really appreciate that,

hmm..but it's true, i do think that wearing niqab can attract more attention, but what sort of attention is that, is it out of curiousity? :)

salawat,

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bismillah,

:) that's an honest reply bro, really appreciate that,

hmm..but it's true, i do think that wearing niqab can attract more attention, but what sort of attention is that, is it out of curiousity? :)

salawat,

(bismillah)

Being a revert I used to think freak,terrorist ect when I saw a Muslimah wearing Niqab but back then I didn't know any better..Now I see a family member & someone I can relate to.Now the freaks are the girls I used to be..(does that make sense?.... :lol: )

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i respect niqqab, however i do not agree with it being worn in the western world, you will attract more attention because you are so different. If it is worn in the middle east why not, because you blend in, everyone else wears it. If you are so worried about people looking at your beauty, might as well stay home and aviod the public.

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bismillah,

shoelace : Ooo, alright, i would note that, but personally i don't wear make-up, so inshaallah it'd be alright (meaning less attraction n attention)

nadimah : er....meaning..? oh, you do wear niqab? :)

salawat,

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i respect niqqab, however i do not agree with it being worn in the western world, you will attract more attention because you are so different. If it is worn in the middle east why not, because you blend in, everyone else wears it. If you are so worried about people looking at your beauty, might as well stay home and aviod the public.

bismillah,

yeah what you said does make sense, no doubt about it

(nodding 6x)

salawat,

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Salaam

Not a brother, nor answering the questions you posed, but I wanted to remark on the following:

-then, also, need to remind myself, the fact i'm practising taqiya, i don't want them to accuse me as "Shia" just simply because i wear niqab..you know, here in my country, Shia is .... (sigh..) nevermine....

You might be very mistaken here because Shi`ah women, especially in the western part of the world rarely veil their faces. In fact, there was this sister who wanted to wear or who had at times worn the veil to the masjid and she was "politely" told (or, warned - infer as you may) that "our women do not wear the niqab".

And this is pretty much true everywhere. Niqab (and some of the best forms of Hijab) is associated more with the wahhabiyyah and to a lesser extent to the Ahl al-Sunnah, and rarely with the Shi`ah. A sad state of affairs, indeed.

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"You might be very mistaken here because Shi`ah women, especially in the western part of the world rarely veil their faces. In fact, there was this sister who wanted to wear or who had at times worn the veil to the masjid and she was "politely" told (or, warned - infer as you may) that "our women do not wear the niqab".

And this is pretty much true everywhere. Niqab (and some of the best forms of Hijab) is associated more with the wahhabiyyah and to a lesser extent to the Ahl al-Sunnah, and rarely with the Shi`ah. A sad state of affairs, indeed."

yeah, i do have this sort of thought as well, but you know in my country, wearing niqab/ black attire is largely associated with shiism, so yeah..

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"You might be very mistaken here because Shi`ah women, especially in the western part of the world rarely veil their faces. In fact, there was this sister who wanted to wear or who had at times worn the veil to the masjid and she was "politely" told (or, warned - infer as you may) that "our women do not wear the niqab".

And this is pretty much true everywhere. Niqab (and some of the best forms of Hijab) is associated more with the wahhabiyyah and to a lesser extent to the Ahl al-Sunnah, and rarely with the Shi`ah. A sad state of affairs, indeed."

yeah, i do have this sort of thought as well, but you know in my country, wearing niqab/ black attire is largely associated with shiism, so yeah..

yeah its so true, you hardly see shia's wearing niqqab.

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This is no nice that you have a pure intention :)

Whenever I see a niqabi in the street , I always say saalam and smile . However, I don't know if they smile back,because i can't see their mouth . So if you live in the West,it's important to smile to non-muslims to show a real Image of Islam. I wouldn't recommend you wearing it if you live in the west . Hence , if you live in the Est , i'd recommend it . They are all muslims ,everybody would understand and you can please your raab perfectly =)

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This is no nice that you have a pure intention :)

Whenever I see a niqabi in the street , I always say saalam and smile . However, I don't know if they smile back,because i can't see their mouth . So if you live in the West,it's important to smile to non-muslims to show a real Image of Islam. I wouldn't recommend you wearing it if you live in the west . Hence , if you live in the Est , i'd recommend it . They are all muslims ,everybody would understand and you can please your raab perfectly =)

(wasalam)

(bismillah)

LOL, that made me laugh. I think in a guys situation, they wouldn't pay much attention to a person wearing the niqab. I know in my college, I see a couple wearing the niqab and they do seem very out of place, even when compared to regular hijab.

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bismillah,

salam again :)

^ _ ^ @ yeah....inevitable , the one who wears niqab indeed looks strange...and it's sad

enlight_warner@ wow, you give salam..? awesome, i thought you might feel scared looking at them :) wonderful, but wait a minute, i thought Imam Ali did not give salam to women, correct me if i'm wrong (ops..this is out of the topic ) oh, but apparently giving salam is highly commendable in islam, but don't know towards the non mahram erk...

AliSaleh@ should i say....how i wish to be like the man who wears niqab at the the construction site and no one cares .... :)

salawat!

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bismillah,

salam again :)

^ _ ^ @ yeah....inevitable , the one who wears niqab indeed looks strange...and it's sad

enlight_warner@ wow, you give salam..? awesome, i thought you might feel scared looking at them :) wonderful, but wait a minute, i thought Imam Ali did not give salam to women, correct me if i'm wrong (ops..this is out of the topic ) oh, but apparently giving salam is highly commendable in islam, but don't know towards the non mahram erk...

AliSaleh@ should i say....how i wish to be like the man who wears niqab at the the construction site and no one cares .... :)

salawat!

Bismillahirrahmanirraheem:

salamun 'alaykum w/r w/b:

@siti: LOOL!!! Enlight_Warner is a lady!!! Not a dude!

Yes I can imagine if a muslim guy went up to a hijabi/niqabi and said salam, and gave them a big smile!!!

That would be soooooo weird!

The Hijabi/Niqabi would run away!

Wassalam w/r w/b:

La fatah ila Ali

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La Fatah ila Ali@ really..? She's a girl...?? then my apology enlight_warner :) don't take it by heart alright

oh, still remember there was a man who gave salam to me , bowing head a little without looking at me, and i feel impressed with his akhlak :) beautiful one!

salawat!

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Whenever I see a niqabi in the street , I always say saalam and smile . However, I don't know if they smile back,because i can't see their mouth . So if you live in the West,it's important to smile to non-muslims to show a real Image of Islam. I wouldn't recommend you wearing it if you live in the west . Hence , if you live in the Est , i'd recommend it . They are all muslims ,everybody would understand and you can please your raab perfectly =)

Smiling to non-Muslims? That would cause problems if it's a girl o.o

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La Fatah ila Ali@ really..? She's a girl...?? then my apology enlight_warner :) don't take it by heart alright

oh, still remember there was a man who gave salam to me , bowing head a little without looking at me, and i feel impressed with his akhlak :) beautiful one!

salawat!

(bismillah)

(salam)

oh yes... that man that you remember with that awesome Akhlak... that was probably me! Me? .... beautiful?.......well thank u .... yes I am.... you dont lie!

(wasalam)

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I know sisters who wear niqab in the west, so far they have not had a problem. :donno:

As for the smile issue, some people have had that problem. From experience however, most people can see the smile in your eyes (if it doesn't come naturally, wrinkle up your eyes when you smile :P :angel: ) or make a friendly gesture, like a nod, or a slight wave or raise your hand slightly to acknowledge the friendly gesture/smile.

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Bismillah,

Jay @ hmm..smiling to non-muslim..(this is totally out of topic, but i don't mind at all :) i kind of agree that we should try to show our "general kind of smile" to them, especially in public places, not in private places where they (non-muslim girls) may misinterpret, just smile a bit and bow your head a bit , shouldn't have any problem inshaallah . :) I still remember when i was in a non-muslim country , when i met my friends (non-muslim) at universities boys and girls, first, i was quite a serious-looking innocent little girl, but then i noticed that my serious-looking face may scare them away, so i kind of trying to learn to be more friendly, smile sincerely for the sake of Allah hoping that they would not feel afraid to approach me and ask about Islam , (and of course to talk about Islam is my pleasure ! ) Come, and ask! do not be scared of me !

and alhamdulillah, i can see the change, gradually, they seemed to be more comfortable, discussing and talking to me , "hey siti, can i ask.. hey siti, is it really in islam..." :)so yep! smile, and inshaallah they will realize that the religion of Islam is the religion of love, peace, kindness etc etc and tehey inshaallah would feel comfortable to approach and talk to you , though they are not muslim but they are creatures of Allah, who should be treated with love, mercy n kindness (as long as they do not transgress the limit of course )

Labayk Ya Hussain@ oh, is that you..?? Mashaallah, I was totally impressed ! Alhamdulillah... keep going bro in improving your akhlak and be a role model for everyone! lower your gaze and be pious all the time alright bro ! inshaallah :)

Habib e Najjar @ thanks for the smiling eyes tips , that's interesting! :) oh, yesterday, i went to the town with my father. and yes, as usual my heart wishes to see me wearing niqab all the time but my reasoning gives me ample reasons why i should consider that , but here it is, i was going to the town with my father and we stopped by at workshop ( of course you can see most of the people were men) and alhamdulillah, i have my niqab firmly attached to my hijab, and quickly i wore it . without this niqab, don't know where should i hide myself lorr

so here i am sitting on a chair (comfortably with my niqab, smart and steady), waiting for them (my father and the mechanic with the van), and while i was sitting on the chair, there was a mother and a little girl walking passing by, and you know what, the little girl stopped and looking at me. while her mother already took a chair next to me and sat down, this little girl still looking or should i say... staring at me? :)

i guess i understand how she felt, so i started to talk to her in a "friendly way" (yes, i'm friendly! alhamdulillah! ) With gentle voice, I said to her.. "hey, do you feel surprised seeing me covering my face like this? don't worry ^ ^, i wear this because there are many males here and i feel shy, so yep. but don't worry, (while opening my niqab) see? I am still a human :) and after that the little girl i could see that she's smiling and waving at me when we were going to depart from each other :) oh despite of my niqab, the mother and I, we were discussing about school and her little girl in a friendly way, oh, i feel glad, and alhamdulillah, thanks to Allah for such beautiful thing, and it just funny to remember how the little girl looked/stared at me with wonder :)

salawat,

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Bismillah,

sis habib@ oh my, that's interesting !

and guess what now i've discovered the main reason why i want to wear niqab : here try to read this

http://islamicinsigh...b-in-islam.html

and one of them gave this comment :

"Alhamdulillah,

a beautiful article and a beautiful discussion indeed ! i have read the article and after reading the discussion between both sides, i find myself more determine to wear niqab,

oh my, in the society i'm living in, really, i do not feel comfortable at all being in public except by wearing niqab, so yeah, i'm just starting to wear niqab, and if you ask me the reason, i would say the main one is i don't feel comfortable the fact that there's always risk that someone may look at me with improper look, (i'm not beautiful by the way)

and i guess i started to develop this sense of feeling when i used to come across news regarding rapes, moral degradation, porno hear and there oh my, it really reflects how weak and vulnerable the society is,

who knows what's going on in their head with their innocent look, so yep, by wearing niqab, makes me feel free and comfortable, though sometimes feel quite nervous, thinking what people will say, what your father and brother will say my neigbours, friends etc etc, hey , somebody called me an alien :) so it can be a challenge at the beginning, but the best thing we can do is to smile and be quiet :)

so yeah, to those who wish to wear niqab, if people ask you why,,, i guess the simple answer would be, "i feel shy!" :):) yep, end of story!"

i have the same reason as her , feeling vulnerable and insecure for there is always risk of having stranger looking at you in haram ways, yes, wearing niqab will attract others to look at you, but this kind of look is most likely not to cause any harm in the sense of committing sins

salawat!

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I have a friend who wears the Niqab because she believes it helps stop her from doing something wrong. Almost like a physical barrier that creates a mental barrier...you get me? huh.gif

I personally, would only wear Niqab if I were to reach a high state of Iman. I think it's a duty for Niqabis to set a good example for Islam, just as it is for Hijabis. Its just a bigger duty for the Niqabis. This is because everyone generalises and once you do something wrong with a Niqab on, they'll think Islam is wrong because Niqabis are supposed to be the "most religious". I think it is very crucial for a girl to strengthen her Iman mentally before she starts symbolising Islam with a Niqab in the West.

At the same time, some girls believe that Niqab will guide them into becoming a better Muslim. It all depends on the intention I guess.

Some guys see Niqabis as religious girls and would prefer marrying a Niqabi. Unfortunately, not every Niqabi is religious ermm.gif

Some guys just want a practising Muslim girl and so, would judge her based on her personality and the fact that she wears the Hijab/Niqab. Again, not every Hijabi/Niqabi is religious.

Some guys would marry a girl based on her personality and intentions and not her looks. Some intend to change the girl into becoming a practising Muslim slowly, some don't.

Some guys care about the reputation of his family too much. He will marry any girl that looks practising but is not necessarily practising. Him and his luck I guess.

Some guys are blinded with love, and cannot see a better girl than her. Whether religious or not, he will still marry her. Again, he might or might not want to help make the girl a practising Muslim.

Every guy has a different preference. And the same applies to the girls in terms of the guy having a beard, prays at a mosque, attends majalis, has a good reputation (which is not always true), has had a bad past or not, whether he has a high degree or not, whether he is rich enough, etc.

Many girls think that it is better to marry a guy that has had a bad past. They think he "has had enough" and will settle once he is married. This is the case most of the time but sadly, people have come to generalise now. They think that it is better to marry a guy with a bad past than marrying a guy who was and still is perfectly fine. This is because many "religious looking" guys have turned out to be very evil and self-centred after marriage. And now these poor guys that were and still are good are considered a "threat" and noone will accept their proposals huh.gif

Some girls want a house ready after they get married. Some cannot put up with waiting and struggling with the husband until they have their own house. Some girls don't mind living with their in-laws.

Some girls want their husband to be doctors. Some don't mind cleaners.

Again, everyone and their preference. :)

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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

Allahumma Solli A'la Muhammad wa Aali Muhammad

salam again to everyone !

sis Peace@ alhamdulillah, very nice and interesting indeed reading your comment, thanks for sharing this with us! :) i guess the conclusion is, don't judge a book by its cover ! in the world that we are living nowadays, we should be extra careful, coz many people can pretend to be good very well,hey, that's why we have winning award for good actor ^ ^ that's what my mum always telling me ! (it's a reminder actually)

thanks again for the very very good reminder !

*don't judge the book by its cover

*if you want to get married, try to discover her/his real identity/personality by sharing perspective, and opinions in different kind of issues, discuss it face to face, and inshaallah it will reveal their true colours. and at the same time, always seek help from Allah to protect us from any sort of evil and guide us in making decision, taking action and everything!

"I have a friend who wears the Niqab because she believes it helps stop her from doing something wrong. Almost like a physical barrier that creates a mental barrier...you get me? huh.gif"

-hmm.. i think i can understand, coz, when i wear niqab, i feel a bit different in a sense that the mind is focussing more on Allah (if the intention to wear niqab is to prevent mischief ) thinking about ...do i please Him or no..? in other word, you no longer think much about people who may look at you, and also the intention to attract others towards you diminishes from 95.5% to 0.05% :) i guess so

recently, alhamdulillah, after going through very few yet challenging obstacles , alhamdulillah, i find myself wearing niqab when going out, and take it off when the conditions allow me to do so , when there is a level of security there. what can i say, it just feel sooooo comfortable wearing niqab :) but of course i'm not asking everyone to wear niqab, depends on your situation, condition etc, etc. but within this society where i'm living in, where most people don't really know to control their gaze, i feel safer and more comfortable to wear one :) hope Allah would give me the strength to do so if that's better for me and for the society, ameeeeeennn!

with the prayer of success for everyone !

siti

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(bismillah)

(salam)

sister, reading ur posts in this thread make me soo sooo happy. Inshallah, May Allah reward you for your sincererity to please Him and may you continue to grow in your Imaan and Taaqwa.

Allahuma Salli Ala Muhammadin Wale Muhammad

(wasalam)

Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

Allahumma Solli A'la Muhammad wa Aali Muhammad

salam again to everyone !

sis Peace@ alhamdulillah, very nice and interesting indeed reading your comment, thanks for sharing this with us! :) i guess the conclusion is, don't judge a book by its cover ! in the world that we are living nowadays, we should be extra careful, coz many people can pretend to be good very well,hey, that's why we have winning award for good actor ^ ^ that's what my mum always telling me ! (it's a reminder actually)

thanks again for the very very good reminder !

*don't judge the book by its cover

*if you want to get married, try to discover her/his real identity/personality by sharing perspective, and opinions in different kind of issues, discuss it face to face, and inshaallah it will reveal their true colours. and at the same time, always seek help from Allah to protect us from any sort of evil and guide us in making decision, taking action and everything!

"I have a friend who wears the Niqab because she believes it helps stop her from doing something wrong. Almost like a physical barrier that creates a mental barrier...you get me? huh.gif"

-hmm.. i think i can understand, coz, when i wear niqab, i feel a bit different in a sense that the mind is focussing more on Allah (if the intention to wear niqab is to prevent mischief ) thinking about ...do i please Him or no..? in other word, you no longer think much about people who may look at you, and also the intention to attract others towards you diminishes from 95.5% to 0.05% :) i guess so

recently, alhamdulillah, after going through very few yet challenging obstacles , alhamdulillah, i find myself wearing niqab when going out, and take it off when the conditions allow me to do so , when there is a level of security there. what can i say, it just feel sooooo comfortable wearing niqab :) but of course i'm not asking everyone to wear niqab, depends on your situation, condition etc, etc. but within this society where i'm living in, where most people don't really know to control their gaze, i feel safer and more comfortable to wear one :) hope Allah would give me the strength to do so if that's better for me and for the society, ameeeeeennn!

with the prayer of success for everyone !

siti

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Bismillah,

labayk ya husain@ wow, thank you soooo much for the prayer, i'm always in need of prayer :) and thank you for taking your time reading this topic yup and may Allah bless you sis/bro husain! alhamdulillah~alhamdulillah~alhamdulillah~ (Maher Zain)

peace@ really a very very good reminder to me when you said this :

"I think it's a duty for Niqabis to set a good example for Islam, just as it is for Hijabis. Its just a bigger duty for the Niqabis."

and i agree with you 150%! Yep, may Allah grant all of us the strength to improve ourselves, and inshaallah may Allah grant the Niqabis the strength to set a good example for Islam and protects its image ! Thanks again for this wonderful piece of advice, really appreciate it, inshaallah will treat you some day :P

salawat!

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peace@ really a very very good reminder to me when you said this :

"I think it's a duty for Niqabis to set a good example for Islam, just as it is for Hijabis. Its just a bigger duty for the Niqabis."

and i agree with you 150%! Yep, may Allah grant all of us the strength to improve ourselves, and inshaallah may Allah grant the Niqabis the strength to set a good example for Islam and protects its image ! Thanks again for this wonderful piece of advice, really appreciate it, inshaallah will treat you some day :P

salawat!

Haha no need. It's a sister-to-sister duty. wink.gif

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