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  • #61
    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    desperate creeps stalk women and try to dm them by pretending to be a female or friend

    and there is also grooming by disgusting animals, naïve girls will fall for it
    The issue is that the vast majority of Muslims from the past and present choose to be ignorant about the Sharee'ah and they follow the culture of their land. Very few will refer to the laws of Allah in their daily matters except few.

    So before, and in a lot of Muslims lands today, you would never find a woman walking outside with the clothes you see today - let alone post pictures of themselves wearing that for the public to see. That would be unheard of and a huge disgrace and shame.

    But in the West today, things have gone contrary to the fitrah and contrary to human decency. In this culture of shamelessness and of flaunting and showing off, a Muslim woman merely posting herself on social media or a da'wah or event poster is accepted and even encouraged. This is seen as modest compared to the culture. But those same women, if they were to move to work the same events for example in the UAE or Kuwait or Saudi for a couple years, they would never post their faces on their event posters. So it turns into a huge issue where they now accept the culture but they don't accept the Sharee'ah.


    Last edited by A.Basheer; 27-01-19, 10:46 PM.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by A.Basheer View Post

      The issue is that the vast majority of Muslims from the past and present choose to be ignorant about the Sharee'ah and they follow the culture of their land. Very few will refer to the laws of Allah in their daily matters except few.

      So before, and in a lot of Muslims lands today, you would never find a woman walking outside with the clothes you see today - let alone post pictures of themselves wearing that for the public to see. That would be unheard of and a huge disgrace and shame.

      But in the West today, things have gone contrary to the fitrah and contrary to human decency. In this culture of shamelessness and of flaunting and showing off, a Muslim woman merely posting herself on social media or a da'wah or event poster is accepted and even encouraged. This is seen as modest compared to the culture. But those same women, if they were to move to work the same events for example in the UAE or Kuwait or Saudi for a couple years, they would never post their faces on their event posters. So it turns into a huge issue where they now accept the culture but they don't accept the Sharee'ah.

      the post you quoted is regarding private dms, my point is that when you try to protect yourself by going private there are still risks- nothing is private and I think everyone knows this- (well they should)

      another thing I forgot to mention is you don't know which female friend that has access to your private accounts might be sitting next to a male who could get a glimpse of your pictures from your private account, people can be careless

      Everyone is responsible for what they share

      The world as a whole follows culture, people are moving away from countries that are not giving them the type of freedom that makes you believe you are in control.
      We are so used to living this way, it's easy to get comfortable.

      I understand what you are saying and it is true. People put shame aside and want their freedom instead, they want to be heard in the name of something else. What is shame to a muslim nowadays?





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      • #63
        Originally posted by A.Basheer View Post

        The issue is that the vast majority of Muslims from the past and present choose to be ignorant about the Sharee'ah and they follow the culture of their land. Very few will refer to the laws of Allah in their daily matters except few.

        So before, and in a lot of Muslims lands today, you would never find a woman walking outside with the clothes you see today - let alone post pictures of themselves wearing that for the public to see. That would be unheard of and a huge disgrace and shame.

        But in the West today, things have gone contrary to the fitrah and contrary to human decency. In this culture of shamelessness and of flaunting and showing off, a Muslim woman merely posting herself on social media or a da'wah or event poster is accepted and even encouraged. This is seen as modest compared to the culture. But those same women, if they were to move to work the same events for example in the UAE or Kuwait or Saudi for a couple years, they would never post their faces on their event posters. So it turns into a huge issue where they now accept the culture but they don't accept the Sharee'ah.

        even saudi is bad now
        many of the youth want to rebel and be like the west

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        • #64
          Originally posted by A.Basheer View Post

          The issue is that the vast majority of Muslims from the past and present choose to be ignorant about the Sharee'ah and they follow the culture of their land. Very few will refer to the laws of Allah in their daily matters except few.

          So before, and in a lot of Muslims lands today, you would never find a woman walking outside with the clothes you see today - let alone post pictures of themselves wearing that for the public to see. That would be unheard of and a huge disgrace and shame.

          But in the West today, things have gone contrary to the fitrah and contrary to human decency. In this culture of shamelessness and of flaunting and showing off, a Muslim woman merely posting herself on social media or a da'wah or event poster is accepted and even encouraged. This is seen as modest compared to the culture. But those same women, if they were to move to work the same events for example in the UAE or Kuwait or Saudi for a couple years, they would never post their faces on their event posters. So it turns into a huge issue where they now accept the culture but they don't accept the Sharee'ah.

          Or they believe what they're doing is justified in the Shariah.

          It's funny; some of these sisters complain about the types of comments men leave on their photos, but still leave the photos up. Or they make little effort to block those men or make their profiles private. It seems subconsciously they do want the attention.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by A.Basheer View Post
            Okay here is my challenge:

            Give one benefit of a woman posting her picture on social media.

            This is usually done while smiling and wearing partial hijab.


            And here is a question:

            Why have the Muslims in the West completely abrogated veiling of the face (wearing niqab) from the Sharee'ah? Why do they treat it as an innovation in the religion, while in reality the least we can say is that it is recommended (mustahabb)?
            Akhi they don't care about exposing themselves to hundreds of thousands or millions of non-mahrem men.
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            Wether this be online or in social media, haya and lowering of gaze is least of their concerns.
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            • #66
              There's no benefit. It is just showing off/copying others. Having a social media presence can pressure people to join in on trends.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by usernametaken View Post
                There's no benefit. It is just showing off/copying others. Having a social media presence can pressure people to join in on trends.
                Agreed.

                How can there be "benefit" to something impermissible?

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