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  • #16
    Re: Niqaab....?

    Originally posted by advertisement View Post
    Women are very emotional creations.
    Well spotted.

    Do not think of minor sins as insignificant, for mountains are made out of pebbles.

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    • #17
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      Originally posted by MoMo_- View Post
      How can you force her to wear it if she doesnt want to?
      you advice her to wear it , and she should take the advice. dont use the word force, this is used by western media to give negative coverage over how husbands force all their women to wear niqaab, and that all niqaabi's are "forced" into it, and they really want to be wearing anythin else but that :S

      and to x-x... you dont wrap it around her face... you buy her the niqaab, and she willingly takes it and wears it. Its not that difficult if you ask me.... and why tape it. She is free to take it of in her home around her husband and mahrams. Its not like she is in it 24/7. The fact that most women are reccomended to stay at home shows that the niqaab doesnt even need to be on most of the time.

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      • #18
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        Yes. It would be a precondition for marriage that a potential either wears niqaab or has intention to after marriage.
        Any man with an ounce of gheerah would want their wife to.

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        • #19
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          Originally posted by Al-hayaa View Post
          :wswrwb:

          Where force comes into all this?:s

          Husband with gheerah (spelling?), ma shaa Allahu la quwwata illabillah
          people say we dont get swayed by the western media, but somehow when the word niqaab is mentioned, the word force is always lurking around the corner, even within muslims themsevles.

          good reply there.

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          • #20
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            The 'force' in this thread is due to the options in the poll and not because of anything else as far as I can tell...
            (Ibn Taymiyyah)
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            • #21
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              • #22
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                Originally posted by QMU View Post
                you advice her to wear it , and she should take the advice. dont use the word force, this is used by western media to give negative coverage over how husbands force all their women to wear niqaab, and that all niqaabi's are "forced" into it, and they really want to be wearing anythin else but that :S

                and to x-x... you dont wrap it around her face... you buy her the niqaab, and she willingly takes it and wears it. Its not that difficult if you ask me.... and why tape it. She is free to take it of in her home around her husband and mahrams. Its not like she is in it 24/7. The fact that most women are reccomended to stay at home shows that the niqaab doesnt even need to be on most of the time.
                Forcing and advising are two different things. When did i ever say you should not advise her to wear it?
                GoNe...

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                • #23
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                  Originally posted by Nazias View Post
                  The 'force' in this thread is due to the options in the poll and not because of anything else as far as I can tell...
                  ah didnt see the poll... just read the main statement.

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                  • #24
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                    If a brother wants his wife to wear the niqaab, then he should of discussed it before they got married. And if a brother isn't married and has intention to marry a sister, when they do that meeting thing with the sisters wali present, he should ask her what she think about the niqaab. That would imply to her that he may want her to wear the niqaab. It's best to discuss these things beforehand, so as to avoid hard feelings, disagreement and problems occuring later on in the marriage.

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                    • #25
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                      ^He shouldn't bring it up.

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                      • #26
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                        Yes he should, or the sister should at least ask him what he thinks of it.

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                        • #27
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                          Originally posted by bint begum View Post
                          If a brother wants his wife to wear the niqaab, then he should of discussed it before they got married. And if a brother isn't married and has intention to marry a sister, when they do that meeting thing with the sisters wali present, he should ask her what she think about the niqaab. That would imply to her that he may want her to wear the niqaab. It's best to discuss these things beforehand, so as to avoid hard feelings, disagreement and problems occuring later on in the marriage.
                          exactly, if its something important to them why would you not discuss it to make sure you have similar views on it? surely anyone with a bit of logic would do that :S
                          "forcing" would not even come up then, just marry someone who is compatible with you, similar views on these kind of things
                          otherwise what kind of marriage is it, forcing the other 2 do things :\ or resenting each other because the views are too different
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                          • #28
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                            ^He shouldn't bring it up either way just for the sake of it. If he does, then he got no game. Women will do anything for their men if they're treated properly. Even wear a niqaab! (scary sounds)

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                            • #29
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                              The basic reason to adopt niqaab is not for the hubby (or anyother creature) tho

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                              • #30
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                                Originally posted by Al-hayaa View Post
                                The basic reason to adopt niqaab is not for the hubby (or anyother creature) tho
                                True, but if she does so cuz it makes her husband happy even if she doesn't want to do it, then she is still following suit to the hadeeth of a woman who dies while her husband is pleased with her enters jannah. women tend to make alot of sacrifices for husbands masha Allah.
                                Last edited by advertisement; 11-09-10, 05:07 PM.

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