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  • Re: sisters ONLY - it's about bridal dresses - brothers fear Allah

    Originally posted by noraina View Post
    I would like to wear the niqab one day inshaAllah, altho I am of the opinion it is recommended rather than obligatory.

    I've been wearing the hijab for a few months now alhamdulillah, my family are still freaking out over that for now so I don't want to push my luck by wearing the niqab.
    Ah ok. Hijab as in abaya/jilbaab?

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    • Re: sisters ONLY - it's about bridal dresses - brothers fear Allah

      Originally posted by noraina View Post
      I know, also when you think about the wedding videos and pictures which are so popular particularly in Asian communities - would be difficult with cameramen and photographers all over the place.

      I've said I'd like a segregated wedding - if not that then probably I would wear the niqab.

      Niqaab and free-mixing does really mix well if you know what I mean??
      The salaf use to say I do not know which to thank Allaah for Islam or guiding me to the sunnah after I was guided to Islam.

      My dream is simple .... how about yours

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      • Re: sisters ONLY - it's about bridal dresses - brothers fear Allah

        Originally posted by thebench View Post
        Ah ok. Hijab as in abaya/jilbaab?
        Yes, at the moment I wear the abayah although I'm thinking of going onto jilbaab - I like the coverage of them more.
        Ya Muqallib al-Quloob, Thabbit Qalbi Ala Deenik
        Oh turner of the Hearts make my heart firm on Your Deen

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        • Re: sisters ONLY - it's about bridal dresses - brothers fear Allah

          Originally posted by catsmith View Post
          Niqaab and free-mixing does really mix well if you know what I mean??
          Well not free-mixing to that extent.

          In non-segregated weddings I've been too the men be on one side of the hall and women be on the other, they can see one another but they don't interact much. Or if it's done in the house the men and women are separated but there's a lot of coming and going as people pass through rooms. I'd prefer a completely segregated wedding but if not then I'd wear the niqab if the arrangement was like that.
          Ya Muqallib al-Quloob, Thabbit Qalbi Ala Deenik
          Oh turner of the Hearts make my heart firm on Your Deen

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