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  • Saif-Uddin
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    [QUOTE=Ibn Sina;4297957]euroamerican kaffir "values"

    and this is exactly what they want to bring to the Muslim world

    niqab is is "oppressive" but walking around naked is "freedom"[/QUOTE]

    True bro, they wish for us to be like them, and make various attempts to indoctrinate the filth that they practice upon our children,


    :jkk:

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  • Ibn Sina
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    euroamerican kaffir "values"

    and this is exactly what they want to bring to the Muslim world

    niqab is is "oppressive" but walking around naked is "freedom"

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  • Blossom1x
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    The media definately plays a role in it. But most celebrities arn't there for there to be role models. Parents should be teaching their children whats right and whats wrong. Not some pop star.

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  • ryandeeale
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    This documentary explains a lot


    (warning contains - music and nudity but it's to get the idea accross)
    especially these parts (approx 10 minutes each):-

    And yes, I did miss one part out because it was completely irrelevant to this matter










    The Arrivals (Reloaded)

    (please excuse some of the Shia themes in the whole thing)

    All the scenes can be found in order (left-right, top to bottom):

    http://www.youtube.com/user/Arrivals...73B4DD3DF39864

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  • AkhRidz
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    Salam,
    I'm a kid myself and I have to say on childrens channels they have some dodgy adverts sometimes and on like buses and bus stops they have like M&S adverts of ppl in underwear.......
    Kinda weird...

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  • Massilia
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    I absolutely don't agree with popstars being role model because first that's not their purpose, second i don't believe one second they get up in the morning thinking "im a role model" for anyone actually.

    It is the people who get attached by themselves to them and by a cerebral dysfunctionment try to imitate them.

    It is the parents job. I look after children and they're forbidden from watching TV, they can only watch DVD's eventually and their games are related to art. SEE, not complicated. Where there is a demand, there is an offer

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  • Umm_Adam_
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    Alhumdulillaah For Islaam :love:

    But Its True The Lady Said On This Morning Yesterday About How The Only Role Models Out There Are Ones In Entertainment No Young Scientest Or Doctors. They Make That Life Seem So Glamourous When It Isnt. Yes Nice Things But What About The Loneliess And Depression

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  • dhak1yya
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    this is interesting because even the non-Muslims are questioning this. All this stuff about women wearing what they like for freedom.... it's not freedom for women at all, especially not when, as the article describes, kids are daily seeing images of women with their bodies on display for the gratification of men, and women and girls are succumming to body dysmorphic disorder and anorexia due to a lifetime of being bombarded with unnatural expetcations on what they should look like together with the message that they are valued based on their looks, not what they know or can do........ it's freedom for men to have lots of eye candy to look at. Yep, that's what this "free" society that supposedly champions the rights of women has come to see women as... eye candy.

    Alhamdulillah I love my hijab :hidban:

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