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  • Macbook
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
    Something similar happened recently here . A Friend who was a former Christian who reverted to Islam was at a Restaurant wearing a typical Arab Thaub .

    And He saw a few Arab Boys who were students and one of them was wearing Shorts with knees uncovered .This Revert went to Him and asked him to cover his awrah and told him as an Arab Muslim He should be knowing the deen better .

    The reply the Arab gave was that Muslims should be moderate and not extremist . He was more comfortable with the dress code of the christian west .

    When the Revert told him that He reverted from christianity and was more comfortable with the traditional arab thaub they student was shocked .
    It really is ironic how those who try their best to practice the Deen are automatically labelled 'extremists'. It reminds me of the ayah:
    "And if you obey most of those upon the earth, they will mislead you from the way of Allah . They follow not except assumption, and they are not but falsifying." Al An'am, 116

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  • Macbook
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
    In France after picking groceries in the supermarket, a Niqabi sister stood in the line to pay. After a few minutes, her turn came up at the checkout counter.

    The checkout girl was a non-Hijaabi Arab Muslim girl, began to scan the items of the Niqabi sister one by one, and after a while looked at her with arrogance and said: ”We have many problems in this country&your Niqab is one of them!
    We,...
    immigrants, are here for trade and not to show our Deen or history! If you want to practice your Deen and wear Niqaab then go back to your Arab country and do whatever you want!!"

    The Niqaabi sister stopped putting her grocery in the bag and lifted up her Niqaab…

    The checkout girl was in total shock. The Niqabi girl who was blonde with blue eyes told her:"I am a French girl, not an Arab immigrant. This is my country and THIS IS MY ISLAM.
    You born Muslims sold your Deen and we bought it from you!"

    Such a powerful story!!

    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    sauce?
    Well, the niqabi sis may have bought tomato sauce or even spicy BBQ, how could we know?! and why does it even matter? LOL

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  • Radec
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    This sounds like those fake stories Muslims keep on sending over and over again. Can you all please stop sending fake stories? You all berate the media for spreading lies about Muslims but it seems some of you are just as guilty. :o

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  • Mikha’eel
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    sauce?
    Apple.

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  • *sheba*
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by faatima18 View Post
    the only thing I don't get about this story is how they knew the woman was blonde

    but anyway I get the point that's being made
    Lol I was wondering that too...

    anyhow, Op I read this story in fb too

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  • Abdul-Curim
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Something similar happened recently here . A Friend who was a former Christian who reverted to Islam was at a Restaurant wearing a typical Arab Thaub .

    And He saw a few Arab Boys who were students and one of them was wearing Shorts with knees uncovered .This Revert went to Him and asked him to cover his awrah and told him as an Arab Muslim He should be knowing the deen better .

    The reply the Arab gave was that Muslims should be moderate and not extremist . He was more comfortable with the dress code of the christian west .

    When the Revert told him that He reverted from christianity and was more comfortable with the traditional arab thaub they student was shocked .

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  • iwasjimmyjimmy
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Even if this story is not actually true, it acts as a good reminder that we should not assume things about people.

    We all know (and I have seen this on this forum) that converts (especially women it seems) can be the most strict and energetic followers of religion.

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  • faatima18
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    the only thing I don't get about this story is how they knew the woman was blonde

    but anyway I get the point that's being made

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  • Abdul-Curim
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by candyapple View Post
    Source?
    from a facebook post of a Friend .

    It may not be true but have witnessed such incidents wherein many born Muslims are ashamed to wear the Hijab or grow a Beard while Reverts are courageous enough to face anything .

    And such shameless People even criticize those who wear the Hijab and keep a beard .

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  • Maria .
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
    In France after picking groceries in the supermarket, a Niqabi sister stood in the line to pay. After a few minutes, her turn came up at the checkout counter.

    The checkout girl was a non-Hijaabi Arab Muslim girl, began to scan the items of the Niqabi sister one by one, and after a while looked at her with arrogance and said: ”We have many problems in this country&your Niqab is one of them!
    We,...
    immigrants, are here for trade and not to show our Deen or history! If you want to practice your Deen and wear Niqaab then go back to your Arab country and do whatever you want!!"

    The Niqaabi sister stopped putting her grocery in the bag and lifted up her Niqaab…

    The checkout girl was in total shock. The Niqabi girl who was blonde with blue eyes told her:"I am a French girl, not an Arab immigrant. This is my country and THIS IS MY ISLAM.
    You born Muslims sold your Deen and we bought it from you!"

    Nice share. :jkk:

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  • mohammed.
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    sauce?
    tomato sauce or chilli sauce?

    i prefer barbecue sauce.

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  • Glib
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Isn't the Niqab/face veil banned in France? Did this happen before the ban?

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  • Imran520
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Hijab is good thing for women.

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  • candyapple
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by Abdul-Curim View Post
    In France after picking groceries in the supermarket, a Niqabi sister stood in the line to pay. After a few minutes, her turn came up at the checkout counter.

    The checkout girl was a non-Hijaabi Arab Muslim girl, began to scan the items of the Niqabi sister one by one, and after a while looked at her with arrogance and said: ”We have many problems in this country&your Niqab is one of them!
    We,...
    immigrants, are here for trade and not to show our Deen or history! If you want to practice your Deen and wear Niqaab then go back to your Arab country and do whatever you want!!"

    The Niqaabi sister stopped putting her grocery in the bag and lifted up her Niqaab…

    The checkout girl was in total shock. The Niqabi girl who was blonde with blue eyes told her:"I am a French girl, not an Arab immigrant. This is my country and THIS IS MY ISLAM.
    You born Muslims sold your Deen and we bought it from you!"

    Awsome, jazakAllah.

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  • candyapple
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    Re: Hijabi vs non-hijabi in Europe .

    Originally posted by samin62 View Post
    sauce?
    Source?
    Last edited by candyapple; 19-10-13, 05:05 AM.

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