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  • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

    Originally posted by sosaveurbreath View Post
    No, I think youre sad. Nobody has the right to go around preaching to people! and who are you to call anyone misguided and say theeir imaan is weak? the mitigated gall of some people.
    You are extremly ignorant, this is exactly why id ont like forums
    salaams to all

    you could pass for a kaafir- with your kind of statements.
    i suppose you are one of this type of girls.
    maybe thats why youre so defensive about it.

    please learn about your deen if you say youre a muslim.

    its the duty of EVERY muslim to advise his brothers & sisters toward that which is good- it is the right of a muslim upon his/her fellow muslims that when he/she asks for advice- they give the best advice possible.
    further-
    "Whoever sees something evil should change it with his hand. If he cannot, then with his tongue; and if he cannot do even that, then in his heart and that is the weakest form of faith" (Sahih Muslim)
    “And If Allah did not check one set of people by means of another, the whole world would indeed be full of mischief.” (TMQ Al Baqarah: 251)
    "Help each other in righteousness and piety, not in sin and transgression" (TMQ Al Ma’idah: 2)


    and Allah ta'ala knows best
    jazakallah
    Sufyaan Thawri "Whoever is very popular with his relations and neighbours, we suspect him to be compromising in preaching the true teachings of religion."
    very good site for English bayaans in MP3 format-check it out- u wont be disappointed: http://www.musjidnoor.za.net/index.html & http://alhaadi.org.za/majlis-program...downloads.html

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    • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

      Originally posted by samin62 View Post
      the way a woman dresses doesn't constitute rape at all. Immodest dresses promotes environments such as what goes on with teenagers in schools, sex industry and peoples desires going uncontrolled.

      Young, old, foreign, Egyptian, poor, middleclass, or wealthy, it doesn't matter. Dressed in hijab, niqab, or western wear, it doesn't matter.

      If you are a woman living in Cairo, chances are you have been sexually harassed. It happens on the streets, on crowded buses, in the workplace, in schools, and even in a doctor's office.

      According to a 2008 survey of 1,010 women conducted by the Egyptian Center for Women's rights, 98 percent of foreign women and 83 percent of Egyptian women have been sexually harassed.

      I know, it has happened to me. Last week, I was walking home from dinner when a carload of young men raced by me and screamed out "Sharmouta" (whore in Arabic.)

      Before I could respond, they were gone, but I noticed policemen nearby bursting with laughter. I am old enough to be those boys' mother, I thought.

      This incident was minor compared to what happened in 1994, shortly after I moved here. It was winter, and I was walking home from the office, dressed in a big, baggy sweater, and jacket. A man walked up to me, reached out, and casually grabbed my breast.

      In a flash, I understood what the expression to "see red" meant. I grabbed him by the collar and punched him hard in the face. I held on to him, and let out a stream of expletives. His face grew pale, and he started to shake. "I'm sorry. I'm sorry," he whispered.

      But the satisfaction of striking back quickly dissipated. By the time I walked away, I was feeling dirty and humiliated. After a couple of years enduring this kind harassment, I pretty much stopped walking to and from work.

      Of course, harassment comes in many forms. It can be nasty words, groping, being followed or stalked, lewd, lascivious looks, and indecent exposure.

      At times it can be dangerous. This is what a friend told me happened to her: "I remember I was walking on the street, when a car came hurtling towards me. Aiming for me! At the last minute he swerved, then stopped, and finally laughed at me. I learned later that it was a form of flirting."

      Why is sexual harassment in Egypt so rampant? There could be any number of reasons, but many point to disregard for human rights.

      "Egypt is more interested in political security, than public security," said Nehad Abu el Komsan, the Director for the Center for Women's Rights. She says that often means officials focus more on preventing political unrest than addressing social ills.

      Some also blame the spread of more conservative interpretations of Islam from the Gulf over the past 30 years. They say such interpretations demand more restrictive roles for women and condemn women who step outside of those prescribed roles.

      "Four million Egyptians went to the Gulf," el Komsan says. "They returned with oil money, and oil culture, which is not very open, related to the status of women. All of this changed the original culture of the Egyptian," she adds, "which included high respect for women.”

      "The concept of respect for some reason doesn't exist anymore," says Sara, a young Egyptian activist. "I think Egypt has lived a very long time in denial. Something happened in Egyptian society in the last 30 or 40 years. It feels like the whole social diagram has collapsed."

      What is being done to raise awareness and combat Sexual harassment? Currently Egypt has no law that specifically deals with the problem, but that could change. The government is drafting legislation that would give a clear definition for sexual harassment.

      In the past, women who have been sexually harassed here have been too afraid or ashamed to speak up. That too is changing slowly. In 2008, in a landmark court case, a man was sentenced to three years of hard labor for grabbing the breast of Noha Rushdi Saleh, a brave woman determined to seek justice.

      The trial was covered extensively in the Egyptian press, and brought the problem of sexual harassment out in the open.

      The latest campaign to combat sexual harassment is a joint Egyptian and American website called Harassmap, due to go online in December.

      Rebecca Chiao, co-founder of Harassmap explains how it will work: " We can receive reports by SMS, by Twitter, by e-mail, or by phone. When an incident happens, they will send us their location. The computer will receive this, and we will look at the reports coming in and map them on a Google map of Egypt. It will show the hotspots. When the hotspots emerge, we have planned community outreach that will occur around these hotspots.”

      Downtown Cairo is one of these hotspots. In 2008, during the Eid holiday, which marks the end of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, gangs of young men went on a rampage, groping women and, in some cases, ripping off womens' shirts.

      This incident also got a lot of attention in the media here. Police arrested dozens of men. With the renewed efforts to raise awareness about the issue, and the government's move toward putting a new law in place, there is hope that women will be able to feel safer on the streets.

      But the only real protection women can have is when the attitudes of men change.

      http://insidethemiddleeast.blogs.cnn...pt-so-rampant/



      Now I dislike threads like this because it brings out the ignorant people from the depths of the net to comment and throw stones and tell people that they will go to hell and how much they feel sorry for the people who have "no imaan" as if your dress equals your fate in the afterlife! they are not Allah subhanau wa talaa, they have no right to go up to any person to tell them anything. They need to sit and listen to some lectures instead of trying to fulfill theiir dream of being haram police. Where do these people get off? They have to be joking!

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      • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

        you need to take a break, you don't like forums right?
        "They are Shuhadaa (witnesses) to the fact that this Deen is greater than life, that values are more important than blood and that principles are more precious than souls" - Sheikh 'Abdullah Azzam

        Lost in Islamic History :inlove:

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        • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

          Originally posted by samin62 View Post
          you need to take a break, you don't like forums right?
          Not liking forums has nothing to do with the message I just wrote. You make no sense. Whats wrong is wrong.

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          • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

            Originally posted by sosaveurbreath View Post
            Not liking forums has nothing to do with the message I just wrote. You make no sense. Whats wrong is wrong.
            you are an extreme version of purplemuslimah.

            aye, at the rate your goin, you may beat mirrors average post count... this sister is proper on it


            top right..... it says Log Out, use it

            ws.

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            • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

              Originally posted by QMU View Post
              you are an extreme version of purplemuslimah.

              aye, at the rate your goin, you may beat mirrors average post count... this sister is proper on it


              top right..... it says Log Out, use it

              ws.
              Oh an extremist calling me extreme? funny how u dont address a poster who says certain females should be BURNT AT THE STAKE!
              now i know you are twisted and backwards.

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              • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                Originally posted by sosaveurbreath View Post
                Not liking forums has nothing to do with the message I just wrote. You make no sense. Whats wrong is wrong.
                I said it because u seem to have marathon of posts today. Unlikely for someone who hates forums
                "They are Shuhadaa (witnesses) to the fact that this Deen is greater than life, that values are more important than blood and that principles are more precious than souls" - Sheikh 'Abdullah Azzam

                Lost in Islamic History :inlove:

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                • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                  Originally posted by samin62 View Post
                  I said it because u seem to have marathon of posts today. Unlikely for someone who hates forums
                  Ughhhh the last time i was ever on this forum was ages ago. I stumbeled upon this thread that I had to respond to because it really ticked me off, Others would also share the same belief. Its not like I frequent this forum daily(not my cup of tea). Im not a regular, you can even check my history. I also posted on other topics out of boredom, but the main reason I came was to put my foot down on the disgustingness of this thread. Im not a fan of discussion forums because I think anyone can anonymously sign in and trash talk and spew hatred and ignorance and get away with it. I also feel that some mods misuse authority. So those are my reasons, or at least some.
                  Thats all.
                  but thats neither here nor there.
                  Last edited by sosaveurbreath; 15-06-11, 02:26 AM.

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                  • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                    Originally posted by sosaveurbreath View Post
                    Ughhhh the last time i was ever on this forum was ages ago. I stumbeled upon this thread that I had to respond to because it really ticked me off, Others would also share the same belief. Its not like I frequent this forum daily(not my cup of tea). Im not a regular, you can even check my history. I also posted on other topics out of boredom, but the main reason I came was to put my foot down on the disgustingness of this thread. Im not a fan of discussion forums because I think anyone can anonymously sign in and trash talk and spew hatred and ignorance and get away with it.
                    Thats all.
                    but thats neither here nor there.
                    If you don't frequent here then how come you know all the brothers on this forum aren't any good?

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                    • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                      Originally posted by sosaveurbreath View Post
                      Ughhhh the last time i was ever on this forum was ages ago. I stumbeled upon this thread that I had to respond to because it really ticked me off, Others would also share the same belief. Its not like I frequent this forum daily(not my cup of tea). Im not a regular, you can even check my history. I also posted on other topics out of boredom, but the main reason I came was to put my foot down on the disgustingness of this thread. Im not a fan of discussion forums because I think anyone can anonymously sign in and trash talk and spew hatred and ignorance and get away with it. I also feel that some mods misuse authority. So those are my reasons, or at least some.
                      Thats all.
                      but thats neither here nor there.
                      U posted in over 10 different threads within a hour. So chill. Just because something in the Internet ticked you off doesn't mean you gotta let ur mouth go. You said urself anyone can be a troll, so why bother replying.
                      "They are Shuhadaa (witnesses) to the fact that this Deen is greater than life, that values are more important than blood and that principles are more precious than souls" - Sheikh 'Abdullah Azzam

                      Lost in Islamic History :inlove:

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                      • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                        Originally posted by samin62 View Post
                        U posted in over 10 different threads within a hour. So chill. Just because something in the Internet ticked you off doesn't mean you gotta let ur mouth go. You said urself anyone can be a troll, so why bother replying.
                        And why is it of your concern? 10 threads or more in an hour isnt alot, and if it is...so what?
                        No I will respond! if i see an injustice in real life i will respond to. If you have an issue with that, thats on you.
                        But if i dont, someone else will
                        I hate going back and forth and giving this thread "life" I dunno why youre even questioning, as if youre concerned.
                        If I reply that is my business and my business alone, it shouldnt bother you unless you are of the people I addressed.
                        Again, if you have a concern, Message me, But i hate too give life to a thread as disgusting as this.

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                        • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                          this is like an al faqeer thread

                          man if he was here then it would be complete :banbear:

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                          • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                            whatever
                            "They are Shuhadaa (witnesses) to the fact that this Deen is greater than life, that values are more important than blood and that principles are more precious than souls" - Sheikh 'Abdullah Azzam

                            Lost in Islamic History :inlove:

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                            • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                              This reminds me one non-muslim guy once telling me that what is the benefit of such Hijab when you can see all the body parts. And I was like: You know concept of Hijab better than many of my sisters.

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                              • Re: Seeing women with Hijabs on but Tight Clothes

                                I can't begin to think how muslims justify some of the things they do.

                                Insaan's nafs is his/her biggest enemy.
                                لا أريد مِنْكُمْ جَزَاء وَلا شُكُورًا

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