Hijab & Ifaf

It is a common question that: why women should cover their body and hair?

We should know a little about Islamic precept:  God never obligates anything except it benefits human being. And  Hijab has been obligated because of the family.

In comparison Islamic covering with western culture, which named women freedom we understand:

The family in western country is shaken, because in this culture women are in competition of using makeup. And the men -  who are the winner of this competition and women freedom - try to have various partner. And the real losers in this culture are women and children.

But Islam believes in finding the fulfillment of sexual desires within the family environment, so a woman never uses makeup and never shows his body and hair and charming in front the stronger.

Posted : 1391/09/29 By : Narimani

Allah says:

هُنَّ لِباسٌ لَكُمْ وَ أَنْتُمْ لِباسٌ لَهُنَّ

your wives are a garment for you, and you are a garment for them. (Quran 2:187)

As your know, Quran has a lot of metaphor. one of the aspect of this metaphor is:

garment saves human from dangers, and couple can save each other from spiritual dangers by satisfying their lust. A man\woman never ogle or disloyal when he\she satisfy by his wife.

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Posted : 1391/08/21 By : Narimani
you are servant of one you serve.
why a women should think about her makeup more than herself?

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Posted : 1391/08/14 By : Narimani
Muslim Woman is an angel of light in all individual and social aspects of their lives. She has her own family life with her husband and children while working on society protecting its value and chivalry with the use of hijab (Islamic dress). In this part you see pictures of Muslim women in different fields such as art, sports, society, family, politics, work, etc..  



To be continued

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Posted : 1391/07/18 By : Ali

A converted sister from Mexico who saw the blog wrote a letter about Hijab, and I publish his latter with her permission:

Salaam Aleikum brother,
I have read some of the articles you have in your blog and I have seen many talking about Hijab. It took me several years to wear Hijab after I became a Muslim, mainly there was still a process of growth in my side, there is a lot of aspects that one has to overcome specially living in a society that does not encourage Hijab and second because of coming from a non Muslim family. but having said that, I felt that I had to work more on the inner spiritual Hijab first before the outside. the understanding that what makes me a Muslim woman in the eyes of Allah (swa) for me was much more important (and still is) than my outside appearance. subsequently, the Hijab begins to happen almost natural and little by little. The reason why I am sharing this with you brother is because I have felt many times that Muslims tend to concentrate a lot on the outside Hijab, but as you are in the path to teach other people I would like to share humbly with you, that what makes me so in love with my Hijab is the integrity of my whole being, the outside Hijab as being a reflection of the beauty that is inside, meaning the nearness to Allah (swa).
peace and blessings to you,
your sister in Islam. 

The veil is not a uniquely Islamic convention; the practice has a long history in the Judeo-Christian tradition. Catholic nuns engage in the practice, of course, and there are several references to the practice in both the Old and New Testaments (King James Version). Ironically, the representation of veiling in the Bible is much more problematic than those in the Qur'an or the Hadith, because the Judeo-Christian sources imply that women should be covered because of their inherent inferiority. I Corinthians 11 (3-10) offers one example:
But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God. Every man praying or prophesying having his head covered, dishonoreth his head. But every woman that prayeth or prophesieth with her head uncovered dishonoreth her head: for that is even all one as if she were shaven. For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn or shaven; but if it be a hame for a woman to be shorn or shaven, let her be covered. For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, forasmuch as he is the image and glory of God: but the woman is the glory of the man. For the man is not of the woman; but the woman of the man. For this cause ought the woman to have power on her head because of the angels.

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Posted : 1391/07/11 By : Ali

I'm a Muhajabah, please mock me;

because Noah was mocked. (Quran 11: 38)

Moses was mocked. (Quran 26:25) 

Hud was mocked. (Quran 46: 26)

And briefly All of God prophets were mocked. (Quran 15: 11)

So let them mock us; (Indeed We will suffice you against the deriders. (Quran 15:95))

Lest a soul will say: " How sorry I am for disregarding God's path; and I was certainly one of those who mocked." (Quran 39: 56)

When our prophet is ridiculed 

why don't I mock

because of my religion

So please mock me


I see you.

I can't help but notice that almost every woman I see is carrying a baby or has children around her.

I see that though they are dressed modestly, their beauty still shines through.

But it's not just outer beauty that I notice.

I also notice that I feel something strange inside me: I feel envy.

I feel terrible for the horrible experiences and war crimes that the Lebanese people have suffered, being targeted by our common enemy.

But I can't help but admire your strength, your beauty, your modesty, and most of all, your happiness.

Yes, it's strange, but it occurred to me that even under constant bombardment, you still seemed happier than we are, because you were still living the natural lives of women.

The way women have always lived since the beginning of time.

It used to be that way in the West until the 1960s, when we were bombarded by the same enemy. Only we were not bombarded with actual munitions, but with subtle trickery and moral corruption.


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Posted : 1391/07/4 By : Ali

If the virgin Mary appears wearing a veil on all her pictures, how can you ask me to sigh on a Hijab ban law?

Roberto Maroni

Islam does not prohibit women business, working and earning money, but Islam says:

First: It is not obligatory, because the burden of alimony is on shoulder of husband.

Second: She choose a job can save her Hijab.

Third: It is recommended she choose some womanish jobs. for example civil engineering is not consistent with the sprite of womanhood.

Posted : 1391/06/27 By : Narimani
I was surfing in Answer.Yahoo, I faced a question amazed me:
Shineon Rick Wright who introduce himself in his profile as an open mind and lover of music and joking says:

"I'm not Muslim, not even from a Muslim family, not even religious in fact. However, I wear the hijab (well, not being Muslim I guess it wouldn't be a hijab, so I guess I mean headscarf in that style since there have been all kinds of various head coverings for women over time), and I have worn it for quite a while.

Something that was originally a curiosity experiment about what Muslim women did and experienced wearing one in the west turned into something more. I started to enjoy it. I've after going through the obligatory "look at me!!!" teenage phase way back when have always believed in dressing modesty, so that's probably part of the reason I took to it and even had an original curiosity.
But it's more than that. It's almost liberating, it's like a powerful piece of a body armor I feel almost naked without now. The symbolism it gives off is powerful I believe, it's something that demands respect for those that wear it in a "I want you to hear what is coming out my head, not just stare at my head" kind of way, and anecdotally I think this is true in terms of the amount of patronizing comments received from men.(Men, fun fact, women in fact know things about electronics and video games too)."

Posted : 1391/06/13 By : Narimani

Islam never want women to always remain behind a curtain
but Hijab is a kind of respect to Family and women.

Posted : 1391/06/6 By : Narimani
The slogan of equality between women and men is a beautiful dress on a hidden injustice.
Islam believes: We shouldn’t expect from a man wifely tasks, and a woman manly tasks! It is against the nature of male and female. Expecting loading from a race horse is a big oppression!
Every being has special qualities that it should be enacted laws according to their qualities.
Expecting baby-sitting from a man, bothers him and baby!

Posted : 1391/05/30 By : Narimani
One of the differences between Islam and the most popular religions is in love of women. They consider love of women as one of the great moral depravities, so they consider marriage and sexual intercourse in its essence unclean. They allow marriage only as one evil to ward off a greater evil! They add: Because most of people are unable to remain celibate and maybe it caused to adultery or …, marriage is permissible.

But Islam combats this superstition, and considers love of women as a part of belief (1)  even as a part of prophetic morality(2). Our prophet regards marriage as a sacred and celibacy as an impure. Prophet of Islam Muhammad (P.B.U.H) says: ’When a Muslim marries, he perfects half of his religion’!(Koleini (1407) 5: 329. )

In this way the Qur’an strongly refutes the misconception about women, and gives a special personality to women and recommends them to be human at first and secondly a woman, which was prevalent in the past and present. In the past the humanity of women had been put in ignorance, and in the present ages womanliness of women is ignored.

[1] Koleini (1407) 5: 320 “Imam Sadiq says: I do not reckon that a man shall increase goodly in faith until he increases in the love of women.”
[2] Koleini (1407) 5: 320 “Imam Sadiq says: Love of women is of the morality of the prophets.”

Posted : 1391/05/29 By : Narimani
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