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The modern hijab of women and the best one

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9 minutes ago, IbnSina said:

Looking attractive or not looking attractive has nothing to do with hijab brother, you dont wear it for the sake of men, nor do you not wear it for the sake of men.

To wear it is obedience to Allah swt, to not wear it is disobedience to Allah swt and what I think they look like or what you think they look like has no meaning or value.

Yes this is true I agree with you brother but I only mentioned the looks stuff to prove a point that the full hijab is good and the half hijab thing just makes a woman look stupid and unattractive. the reason I mentioned that is because woman who wear the half hijab probably do so because they think it makes them look attractive so I was just giving an argument against that. actually full hijab looks better because a woman can still still look good while at the same time having nur on their face.

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9 hours ago, Lion33 said:

Of course a man should support his family nobody said anything about that but how is she trying? She could easily move the hijab 2 or 3 inches and wear it properly. Dont you think?

What if she is a revert living with family who is against Islam and facing extreme opposition from them.

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Just now, starlight said:

What if she is a revert living with family who is against Islam and facing extreme opposition from them.

in that case no hijab would be valid I would think because its for safety reasons

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6 hours ago, Lion33 said:

Like these girls below here look super hot but the one with the half hijab just looks like a confused idiot.

What?  Seriously? 

One of them has layers of jewellery. Three have their feet uncovered and wearing high heels. One of them is wearing a top that I would say is too short for hijabi standards.

My point is, everyone can nitpick if they want. 

Edited by starlight
Their, THEIR not there

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2 minutes ago, starlight said:

What?  Seriously? 

One of them has layers of jewellery. Three have there feet uncovered and wearing high heels. One of them is wearing a top that I would say is too short for hijabi standards.

My point is, everyone can nitpick if they want. 

I think their dress is permissible for single girls. I think girls that are married shouldn't dress like that in public.

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3 minutes ago, Lion33 said:

I think their dress is permissible for single girls. I think girls that are married shouldn't dress like that in public.

What?  You are joking, right?? 

 

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1 minute ago, starlight said:

What?  You are joking, right?? 

 

How is that a joke? You dont think its good for single girls to dress like that so they can attract a guy?

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Just now, Lion33 said:

How is that a joke? You dont think its good for single girls to dress like that so they can attract a guy?

Where are you getting your rulings from? The clothes these women are wearing is absolutely haram.

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2 minutes ago, Hassan- said:

Where are you getting your rulings from? The clothes these women are wearing is absolutely haram.

I am just giving my opinions not giving rulings

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10 minutes ago, Lion33 said:

I am just giving my opinions not giving rulings

You don't have the authority to be giving your opinion on what is permissible or not unless you have the knowledge of a marja.

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Just now, Hassan- said:

You don't have the authority to be giving your opinion on what is permissible or not unless you have the knowledge of a marja.

Well everybody was giving their opinions on these issues so no need to single me out.

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1 minute ago, Lion33 said:

Well everybody was giving their opinions on these issues so no need to single me out.

When you say stuff like this: "I think their dress is permissible for single girls. I think girls that are married shouldn't dress like that in public." You are giving false information about Islam to the public. There dress is not permissible, and if they remain dressed like that they will be subjected to the hell fire by Allah.

 

 

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Just now, Hassan- said:

When you say stuff like this: "I think their dress is permissible for single girls. I think girls that are married shouldn't dress like that in public." You are giving false information about Islam to the public. There dress is not permissible, and if they remain dressed like that they will be subjected to the hell fire by Allah.

 

 

Well go tell that to the other ppl who were giving their opinions.

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12 hours ago, IbnSina said:

For sure the hijab of the women, especially in the west its huge struggle and nobody can deny it nor diminish its worth. And for sure for some people, they feel the best about themselves when they criticize others.

Yet this is not a discussion regarding how hard it is to practice the hijab nor about trying to feel good by criticizing others.

Rather this is a discussion about what the ideal hijab is as described and practiced by Ahlul Bayt(as), a discussion about what the purpose of the hijab is on principal level, the development of the modern hijab, the direction it is heading, who it is that affects the development and why we let ourselves get affected.

We must confess that there are forces who are actively working towards the extinction of the islamic hijab because not only do they make money on it but they make our sisters feel like they are only worth anything if they are beautiful for the public and who decides what beautiful is today? They make concepts such as self confidence, personality development, intellectual aspirations, etc, obsolete and only want our sister to think they are worth anything if the public finds them beautiful and make them into people who does anything in order to get validated.

May Allah swt bless who ever does jihad for the sake of His Pleasure, regardless of what type of jihad it is and to what extent it is.

I definitely agree that Hijab must be properly worn in a way that everyone should be able to tell that the girl is modest.

I never implied that fashion in a sense that your hair is half covered or anything. What I meant by fashion is, to let sisters have some sort of flexibility to be creative, in a sense that they can style it nicely (colourful/matching) but within certain limits. 

By your point I get an impression of a big black gown worn so please correct me, if I am wrong. So what Is exactly your definition of the way hijab should be worn? Make it a bit clear to me. 

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