Egyptian Farax GOES IN on Egyptian Xalimos

VixR

Veritas
That's wild. Seems like you can't be a women there. Where were you from originally
Hijab being protective is the biggest lie Muslim women are told. Hijab in old timey days initially signaled you were a high ranking woman, so that when women who were not wearing hijab were seen on the streets, it meant they were game for rape and kidnapings bc of their status, whereas the women who wore it could not be touched bc whoever insulted that family could not escape what they had done, the price often being their life. Nowadays, Muslim women are told to wear it and it holds no such deterrent value whatsoever, and should they be assaulted, they need four people to witness their assault, and are blamed for being raped.
 
Hijab being protective is the biggest lie Muslim women are told. Hijab in old timey days initially signaled you were a high ranking woman, so that when women who were not wearing hijab were seen on the streets, it meant they were game for rape and kidnapings bc of their status, whereas the women who wore it could not be touched bc whoever insulted that family could not escape what they had done, the price often being their life. Nowadays, Muslim women are told to wear it and it holds no such deterrent value whatsoever, and should they be assaulted, they need four people to witness their assault, and are blamed for being raped.
Hajiab originated as an means to dress modestly. Maybe it degenerate to that later on.
 

VixR

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Hajiab originated as an means to dress modestly. Maybe it degenerate to that later on.
No, Hijab is older than Islam. And if you were a high ranking woman, it at least served as a deterrent purpose in that time. Today...pshhh. It doesn’t make a difference to Muslim men in a Muslim country whether you wear a hijab or not, and they don’t think twice about your hijab if they decide to touch you, or even pick you up bodily on a public street in broad daylight.
 

Nin-culus

Laandheer
Well they have to be. In fact, the most obvious of hookers wore niqab when I was in Tunis.
Yep this is the case in most Muslim countries it’s the situation in uae and Qatar for sure nipples and crack out but niqab with mad eyemascara scary af they got foreign unknown stds
 

VixR

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Yep this is the case in most Muslim countries it’s the situation in uae and Qatar for sure nipples and crack out but niqab with mad eyemascara scary af they got foreign unknown stds
I was wearing a very basic niqab my mom’s friend brought over (my mom wore niqab in Tunis too briefly). It was weird bc there actually were super religious ppl who wore niqab genuinely, but I don’t understand how they did it with those other connotations. It was the middle of the day on a residential street, no eyeliner or nipples whatsoever. Wallahi, I think that day I lost a good chunk of my faith. I was bit gung ho att. I never wore it again. Living in a Muslim country was an eye opener.
 
I was wearing a very basic niqab my mom’s friend brought over (my mom wore niqab in Tunis too briefly). It was weird bc there actually were super religious ppl who wore niqab genuinely, but I don’t understand how they did it with those other connotations. It was the middle of the day on a residential street, no eyeliner or nipples whatsoever. Wallahi, I think that day I lost a good chunk of my faith. I was bit gung ho att. I never wore it again. Living in a Muslim country was an eye opener.
It may have been the niwab type. The hookers wear the small one
 
For the shameless dude that has no fear of Allah there is no better time to be alive then today.

The competition is very poor and the supply of brainless cheap soulless women is plentiful, it takes very little effort to stand out and be in the top 10% were women flock to.

However the opposite also holds true, if your practising brother that fears Allah and guards himself, looking for compatible righteous sister on the same level, this is the worst time to be alive especially more so in the west

Even in third world countries now things are detiorating rapidly, the greatest followers of Dajjal and the last people to come out to him will be women after all and we live in this age today.
 

Nin-culus

Laandheer
I was wearing a very basic niqab my mom’s friend brought over (my mom wore niqab in Tunis too briefly). It was weird bc there actually were super religious ppl who wore niqab genuinely, but I don’t understand how they did it with those other connotations. It was the middle of the day on a residential street, no eyeliner or nipples whatsoever. Wallahi, I think that day I lost a good chunk of my faith. I was bit gung ho att. I never wore it again. Living in a Muslim country was an eye opener.
It may have been the niwab type. The hookers wear the small one
Indeed you are very experienced the small nikab is like a hooker symbol with the other attributes
 
I was wearing a very basic niqab my mom’s friend brought over (my mom wore niqab in Tunis too briefly). It was weird bc there actually were super religious ppl who wore niqab genuinely, but I don’t understand how they did it with those other connotations. It was the middle of the day on a residential street, no eyeliner or nipples whatsoever. Wallahi, I think that day I lost a good chunk of my faith. I was bit gung ho att. I never wore it again. Living in a Muslim country was an eye opener.
Daamn you sound traumatized. I assume you are not muslim anymore. Basically coming across bad people made you leave the religion. But ut sound like an excuse like blaming others.
 

VixR

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Daamn you sound traumatized. I assume you are not muslim anymore. Basically coming across bad people made you leave the religion. But ut sound like an excuse like blaming others.
That was too young to be exposed to that, but for me to consider myself traumatized, it would have to be haunting me still. I’m explaining why hijab is a con. If it had any value, it would ring in a Muslim country the loudest, instead young girls frequently get accosted, nevermind grown women. The people here, so called gaal, are much better by 10000x over.
 
That was too young to be exposed to that, but for me to consider myself traumatized, it would have to be haunting me still. I’m explaining why hijab is a con. If it had any value, it would ring in a Muslim country the loudest, instead young girls frequently get accosted, nevermind grown women. The people here, so called gaal, are much better by 10000x over.
Yeah because women dont get raped, sexually assaulted or experience domestic violence in the west. Again I cant say anything about your experience because thats your truth. But it doesnt have to be the general truth. A lot of ex muslims seem bitter towards islam and never fully leave at peace. Hence most of them their life doesnt become happier
 

VixR

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Yeah because women dont get raped, sexually assaulted or experience domestic violence in the west. Again I cant say anything about your experience because thats your truth. But it doesnt have to be the general truth. A lot of ex muslims seem bitter towards islam and never fully leave at peace. Hence most of them their life doesnt become happier
I would never say that. Of course we do, I’ve experienced it here as well. But over there, it’s a living hell and that is the general truth. I was actually inspired to start wearing niqab bc of it, and even that backfired. Wallahi, when I figured out why att, thought my faith was still intact I couldn’t stop laughing at the absurdity of it all. You can’t make that shit up.
 
I would never say that. Of course we do, I’ve experienced it here as well. But over there, it’s a living hell and that is the general truth. I was actually inspired to start wearing niqab bc of it, and even that backfired. Wallahi, when I figured out why att, thought my faith was still intact I couldn’t stop laughing at the absurdity of it all. You can’t make that shit up.
Was this egypt? Honestly we have to seperate the religion and people. Even if you disagree with aspects of the religion. You know sexually harassing women is not allowed. Problem is muslim countries are 3rd world and its full of ignorant people who dont even know their own religion. And religion and culture has been mixed so much that most people dont know why they do certain things if its from religion or just culture they are following. So I do agree unfortunately its hard for muslim women in muslim country and your experience is far from unusual. Sorry to hear you experienced that. When I was in somalia I was sadden with thw ignorance of a lot of people.
 

VixR

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Was this egypt? Honestly we have to seperate the religion and people. Even if you disagree with aspects of the religion. You know sexually harassing women is not allowed. Problem is muslim countries are 3rd world and its full of ignorant people who dont even know their own religion. And religion and culture has been mixed so much that most people dont know why they do certain things if its from religion or just culture they are following. So I do agree unfortunately its hard for muslim women in muslim country and your experience is far from unusual. Sorry to hear you experienced that. When I was in somalia I was sadden with thw ignorance of a lot of people.
It was Tunis. I have a close Egy friend, so I know it’s not much different there. It has nothing to do with my outlook on the religion (that was dismantled by other truths), it’s more so male nature run amok (not that the religion doesn’t cater to them).
 

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