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« on: February 10, 2004, 01:29:51 PM »
people pls help me out on this scarf............... what do yu think about wearin them, yes it important islamically for a girl to wear scarf but do yu think those that wear them are more religious that those that dont your kind, mannered and peaceful opinion is required pls fell free i need to understand more about scarf not for sisters only brothers yu can talk also thank.................... and much love

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Re: dankwali (scarf)
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2004, 02:30:34 PM »
hi how are u. turely speaking u should ware the scarf cos it's very good for a sis in islam, it is part of good dressing, and it is said that a girl that not tieing a schaf on her head the angels of GOD are always causeing(tsne) her. all her life and if u do put it u ur self 'll feel much better. :D
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« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2004, 02:45:10 PM »
hi about thoes u taking about forget them and think of ur self
what will happen if u dont wear it.they will go and meet allah.
so just play ur own part kawia. stay cool.
at u see is wat u get........................RMS

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« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2004, 03:11:17 PM »
Assalamu alaikum,
My sister, heed to Mallam figorms' advise wear your scarf and preferable wear khimar. putting on Niqab is also halal.

Hijab (veil) is a blessing to the Muslim woman because it shields her from the gaze and harassment of loose people, and earns her respect.
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« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2004, 06:32:48 PM »
Salaam all,
All I can say is to corraborate what Fogorm and EMTL said earlier. This issue has much to do with the what ppl see as civilisation and status of women in mordern society.

Scarf is a symbol of Islam, not wearing it is tantamount to shying been identified as a Muslim. As part of struggle to desymbolise any islamic figure, lot of countries in the West like Turkey and recently France has ruled out wearing Scarf in official offices and schools.

While Islam advices ladies to wear scarf, it potrays reverently the precious nature of woman that deserve special treatment.
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Re: dankwali (scarf)
« Reply #5 on: February 10, 2004, 07:40:39 PM »
Well baby_gurl, 1st op all i'm exfressing my concern por ze misflacement op ur fass word, ask ze admins 2 helf u create a retribal frocess op fass words, Allah ya kiyaye gaba.

N back 2 ur kweshion, all what Figorms, EMTL n ze others said r korrect, but they all 4got 1 thing, ip a gurl... not only gurls women in general repuses 2 where head scarp, they will b exfosed 2 Aljannu, tsumbuka, i hofe u get it? Tsumburbura feofle will catch u n ip care is not taking u may risk dying!

So u c y it is bery imfortant 2 wear a head Scarp!
i hofe u r not komfused, ip u know any cases op tsumbuka zen u better hold tsumbura resfonsible!
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Re: dankwali (scarf)
« Reply #6 on: February 10, 2004, 09:33:09 PM »
well it's not from dere ma sister,da truth is dat all intentions come from da heart.

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Re: dankwali (scarf)
« Reply #7 on: February 10, 2004, 09:56:01 PM »
i advised all muslim sisters to wearing scarf

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« Reply #8 on: February 13, 2004, 02:56:21 PM »
did yu guyz know that scarfs are band in france and woman workin and schoolin cant wear it to office or school. nway thanks for the reply ok

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« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2004, 02:49:56 PM »
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people pls help me out on this scarf............... what do yu think about wearin them, yes it important islamically for a girl to wear scarf but do yu think those that wear them are more religious that those that dont your kind, mannered and peaceful opinion is required pls fell free i need to understand more about scarf not for sisters only brothers yu can talk also thank.................... and much love
It is one of the greatest irony of our present day, the Scarf used by a Chatolic Nun is revered with sacred view; while the Scarf used by a Muslim Sister is mocked as a sign of bondage, retrogression and uncivility.

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« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2004, 10:32:24 PM »
"Why do Muslim women have to cover their heads?" This question is one which is asked by Muslim and non-Muslim alike. For many women it is the truest test of being a Muslim.

The answer to the question is very simple - Muslim women observe HIJAB (covering the head and the body) because Allah has told them to do so.

"O Prophet, tell your wives and daughters and the believing women to draw their outer garments around them (when they go out or are among men). That is better in order that they may be known (to be Muslims) and not annoyed..." (Qur'an 33:59)

Other secondary reasons include the requirement for modesty in both men and women. Both will then be evaluated for intelligence and skills instead of looks and sexuality. An Iranian school girl is quoted as saying, "We want to stop men from treating us like sex objects, as they have always done. We want them to ignore our appearance and to be attentive to our personalities and mind. We want them to take us seriously and treat us as equals and not just chase us around for our bodies and physical looks."

A Muslim woman who covers her head is making a statement about her identity. Anyone who sees her will know that she is a Muslim and has a good moral character. Many Muslim women who cover are filled with dignity and self esteem; they are pleased to be identified as a Muslim woman. As a chaste, modest, pure woman, she does not want her sexuality to enter into interactions with men in the smallest degree. A woman who covers herself is concealing her sexuality but allowing her femininity to be brought out.

The question of hijab for Muslim women has been a controversy for centuries and will probably continue for many more. Some learned people do not consider the subject open to discussion and consider that covering the face is required, while a majority are of the opinion that it is not required. A middle line position is taken by some who claim that the instructions are vague and open to individual discretion depending on the situation. The wives of the Prophet (S) were required to cover their faces so that men would not think of them in sexual terms since they were the "Mothers of the Believers," but this requirement was not extended to other women.

The word "hijab" comes from the Arabic word "hajaba" meaning to hide from view or conceal. In the present time, the context of hijab is the modest covering of a Muslim woman. The question now is what is the extent of the covering?

The Qur'an says: "Say to the believing man that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; that will make for greater purity for them; and Allah is well acquainted with all that they do.

"And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty; and that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what must ordinarily appear thereof; that they should draw their veils over their bosoms and not display their beauty except to their husbands..." (Qur'an 24:30-31)

These verses from the Qur'an contain two main injunctions: (1) A woman should not show her beauty or adornments except what appears by uncontrolled factors such as the wind blowing her clothes, and (2) the head covers should be drawn so as to cover the hair, the neck and the bosom.

Islam has no fixed standard as to the style of dress or type of clothing that Muslims must wear. However, some requirements must be met. The first of these requirements is the parts of the body which must be covered.

Islam has two sources for guidance and rulings: first, the Qur'an, the revealed word of Allah and secondly, the Hadith or the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (S) who was chosen by Allah to be the role model for mankind. The following is a Tradition of the Prophet:

"Ayesha (R) reported that Asmaa the daughter of Abu Bakr (R) came to the Messenger of Allah (S) while wearing thin clothing. He approached her and said: 'O Asmaa! When a girl reaches the menstrual age, it is not proper that anything should remain exposed except this and this. He pointed to the face and hands." (Abu Dawood)

The second requirement is looseness. The clothing must be loose enough so as not to describe the shape of the woman's body. One desirable way to hide the shape of the body is to wear a cloak over other clothes. However, if the clothing is loose enough, an outer garment is not necessary.

Thickness is the third requirement. The clothing must be thick enough so as not to show the color of the skin it covers or the shape of the body. The Prophet Muhammad (S) stated that in later generations of his ummah there would be "women who would be dressed but naked and on top of their heads (what looks like) camel humps. Curse them for they are truly cursed." (Muslim)

Another requirement is an over-all dignified appearance. The clothing should not attract men's attention to the woman. It should not be shiny and flashy so that everyone notices the dress and the woman.

In addition there are other requirements:

(1) Women must not dress so as to appear as men. "Ibn Abbas narrated: 'The Prophet (S) cursed the men who appear like women and the women who appear like men.'" (Bukhari)

(2) Women should not dress in a way similar to the unbelievers.

(3) The clothing should be modest, not excessively fancy and also not excessively ragged to gain others admiration or sympathy.

Often forgotten is the fact that modern Western dress is a new invention. Looking at the clothing of women as recently as seventy years ago, we see clothing similar to hijab. These active and hard-working women of the West were not inhibited by their clothing which consisted of long, full dresses and various types of head covering. Muslim women who wear hijab do not find it impractical or interfering with their activities in all levels and walks of life.

Hijab is not merely a covering dress but more importantly, it is behavior, manners, speech and appearance in public. Dress is only one facet of the total being.

The basic requirement of the Muslim woman's dress apply to the Muslim man's clothing with the difference being mainly in degree. Modesty requires that the area between the navel and the knee be covered in front of all people except the wife. The clothing of men should not be like the dress of women, nor should it be tight or provocative. A Muslim should dress to show his identity as a Muslim. Men are not allowed to wear gold or silk. However, both are allowed for women.

For both men and women, clothing requirements are not meant to be a restriction but rather a way in which society will function in a proper, Islamic manner.

-- Mary C. Ali

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Re: dankwali (scarf)
« Reply #11 on: March 11, 2004, 07:28:52 PM »
Tabbas! Baiwar Allah wanna discussion naki is of great importance. Kasancewata dukkan mun san kabali da ba'adi na game da addini bazan fara daga farko ba. We are all muslims and I believe my brothers and sisters know all the necessary obligations regarding Islam.
Allah yace mace ta rufe jikinta. Mace ta saka Hijab, mace  tazama mai kunya da kishin addini. Gaji kamar alaurar mace yake, Gashin kan mace abu ne na shawa'a. Kuma shaa'wa ga da namiji. Kasancewar haka ne Allah ya umarce ko wane mace da ta rufe kanta. Bashi da amfani mace ba bar kanta abude kana fita maza su ga gajin kanta, da wanda ma muharramin ta bane da wanda ya zamanto muharraminta dukdai zasu su gani. Na kuma lura dayawa yan uwanmu mata musulmai, wanda idannun su ya dube. Yan civilisation da wanda suka dauki westernised life zaku cewa daura dankwali be dame su ba ballantana rufe jikinsu. Wannan abu bashi da amfani, Allah na tsine ma, kuma malaiku na tsine ma duk macen da ta bar kanta a bude. Akwai mata masu cewa no "religion is in the heart" saboda haka idan ta daura dankwali idan addinin bai ka zuci ba its pointless. Ina son nayi bayanin cewa duk macen da ta fadi haka to, tayi tuba ga ubangiji tun dawuri, kuma da cike da jahilci. Abun sha'awa ne ma kaga mata suna mutunta kansu. Yin haka zai kara karfafa addinin mu ya kuma rage rashin kunya da mutunci da ke shiga tsakanin mata da zama. Don haka mata suyi ma kansu fada su dinga rufe gashin kansu. Duk macen da bata rufe gashin kanta Allah fa yayi mata alkawarin shiga gidan wuta. Wace mace zata so Allah ya gama da ita ta wannan hanya/ To, don Allah a lura a kuma yi hattara.
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Re: dankwali (scarf)
« Reply #12 on: March 12, 2004, 11:06:54 PM »
Mhmmmm, Kai! I hav 2 admit, d hausa writin is purrrrrfect.
I agree wit ur statements. Nima I would also like to raise a point made in fact: Yes some girls agrue that as long as religion is in the heart it doesnt matter if they were all or none.....scarf @ all. My ansa is this: They r completely lost. If reliigion is in d heart & dey hav belief 4 dat religion den we r nt in d wrong 2 say dat , dat! religion instructs dem 2 cova their hair. Yes alot of girls dnt cover up & quite bafflin they hav d liver 2 say dat religion is in d heart, dat means dey no NOT of it!!! For if its in d heart den dey shud know a strand of hair shud nt b let out!!!
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« Reply #13 on: May 07, 2004, 01:11:34 PM »
Quite, right. Babygul it suprises me that you ask such a question. A matsayinki na yar musulmai, you should never have doubt of the sayings of Allah. Ba bayanin dogon surutu, Ubangijimun yace mace ta fure gashinta domin yana tsayawa a matsayin alauranta. Saboda haka bawani comteplating to what others say. COVER YOUR HEAD. KHALAS

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« Reply #14 on: May 13, 2004, 06:06:05 PM »
Ai matambayi baya bata ko??? The question has helped for interective learning from our selves..
Thanx.

 


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