Friday, April 3, 2009
Fitna and Hijab is Oppresion?
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
Fitna is unwanted, undesired and definitely disliked concerning the Believer. We try to take pre-cautions, choose the right friends, stay away from haram places ect., ect., ect. But what happens when Fitna is in our own home? We turn the TV on and almost every channel is promoting sexuality, violence or use-less talk. I'm talking about the majority of it fall into either of these three catergories. I was watching a commercial about M&M's and the green M&M was wearing stilettos and I thought to myself SubhanAllah. How do you turn a commercial about candy into something sexually explicit? The saddest part is for the people that aren't religious these things become the "norm". They become desensitized to all this when in reality it should bring outrage to the hearts of every man and women.
Solution: People just turn off your T.V's.. Trust me =]
MashAllah the beauty of the Hijab and a great blessing from Allah. It's just sad how people think we are oppressed in reality we are more liberated then they are. They condemn what they don't understand, they slander what they don't know. We proudly wear the Veil on our heads, while they shamefully wear the Veil on their hearts. Now let's us ask each other, who is more oppressed??
Our society changed their values but why do we have too?- Sheikh Khalid Yasin.
SubhanAllah. You hear these misconceptions that women wear the Hijab because they were forced or for a “guy”.Let me just clear this up a believing Muslimah covers her self because Allah Subahana wa Tala said too. In Surah an-Nur Ayah 31, Allah commands the believing women to cover their bosoms and not to display their ornaments. And our society wonders why we have problems with premarital sex, babies born before wedlock, self esteem issues, cosmetic surgery, sexual harassment and the list goes on. Maybe all that "liberation" is getting to peoples heads...