I Don’t Want To Wear Hijab Anymore

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  1. Emily

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    Hahaha xalimos wash black men ass.
    This angry troll wants to take off her hijab so she can get laid lol
     
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  2. geeljire madaxweyne

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    they even wash ass for free and get pimped out for nothing so they can wash ass just for attention and to get laid
     
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  3. Emily

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    :dead::dead:
     
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  4. Robin

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    Calm down honey. You seem triggered and jealous of Somali women. No need to be so angry :icon lol::icon lol::icon lol:
     
  5. geeljire madaxweyne

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    jealous of a asswasher :cryinglaughsmiley::cryinglaughsmiley:
     
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  6. Emily

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    Lool says the angry Xalimo
    Girl bye
     
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  7. saredochani10

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    @geeljire madaxweyne You're always the one who starts gender war. If you are over 18 then i sincerely pity you. There is clearly a lack of maturity. I've noticed you like drama and gossip probably more than women. That's why they don't approach you. Even though you make it seem like you're the one who "dislikes"them. Even Naag nool at her lowest point cleaning up another's men xaar wouldn't touch you. Get your shit together warya. You're a jileec male with low testosterone.
     
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  8. Halimo-2018

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    I saw your post and i kept reading again and again on my phone. i was on the train. now i have time.

    Anyways you sound so young. you say your parents care a lot about what other people think yet you're obsessing over what your parents will think if you were to take the hijab off.
    one thing you have to know is the hijab is between you and Allah alone. Allah specifically mentioned it in the Quran for a reason. its Up to you to take it or leave it.

    I personally am not perfect but looking back in my life i can see so many times the hijab protected me from unwanted attention from the wrong people.I had to cut off a lot girls from my group solely because they were abandoning hijabs and i am so glad i did. i have nothing against them i am still friends with them but at a distance.

    There were a lot of times i didn't understand why i had to wear it there were also times i wanted to take it off but i never did, i could of if i wanted to my parents wouldn't know and if they did i could just move out etc but in even then i knew there must have been a reason behind it.
    hijab is not easy but if you can respect who's asking you to wear it would be easier road you might even end up loving it.

    What people think of you does not matter at the same time how you dress will definitely have an affect on how you're treated :
    “O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks close round them (when they go abroad). That will be better, so that they may be recognized and not annoyed. Allah is ever Forgiving, Merciful.” (Quran 33:59).
     
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  9. geeljire madaxweyne

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    :siilaanyolaugh::siilaanyolaugh:how did i start you qumayo she called somali men trash and i bullied her along with my freind emily

    :mahubowtf:youre lecture is dum i could hardly care about qumayos especially western femenists xaar washing xaarlimos its not everything in life i got a good internship and am focusing on working hard after that the sky is the limit now save youre lecture for someone who cares nayaaa
     
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  10. Emily

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    Jajaja you sure know how to rile up xalimos :siilaanyolaugh:
     
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  11. Robin

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    Thank you for the advice abaayo. I will rethink my decision. Of course the deen is the most important thing to me. I appreciate your response :it0tdo8:
     
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  12. Robin

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    He’s more catty than most women I know. He doesn’t really make Somali men look more appealing :icon lol:

    And that xabeshi girl that he’s gassing up has made my day wallahi. She screams insults at me, yet I’m allegedly the jealous and angry one. Girl needs to get herself checked. She is deranged :cryinglaughsmiley::cryinglaughsmiley:
     
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    Bitter raghead
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    No problem. I wish you you the best.
     
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  15. geeljire madaxweyne

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    Go wash jarrer men ass I don't need you're validation :siilaanyolaugh:
     
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    I'm in my mid 20's and have been living in the states my whole life. I've been wearing hijab for most of my life now so I can understand what you're going through sis. There's definitely times when it's harder to wear hijab. I think it's important for you to sit down and reevaluate why you wear the hijab. Remind yourself that at the end of the day, your parents are just the creation and Allah SWT is Al-Khaliq (The Creator) and ultimately we should be aiming to please Him above everyone else, even our parents. A major issue we don't really talk about as Muslims is wavering iman. It's perfectly normal to have periods of high iman and periods of low iman. I pray that you are only going through a period of low iman and inshaAllah you'll soon realize the khair that wearing hijab has brought to your life so far (both what is known and unknown to you). And I would advise you to sincerely make dua to Allah SWT that He softens your heart to hijab. Allah SWT created us and knows what's best for us so He wouldn't have advised us to cover in vain.

    Try this: every morning when you are getting ready for the day, put your hijab on and verbalize your intention that you are solely wearing this for the sake of Allah SWT and no one else. Say this even if you don't really believe it. And inshaAllah with time you will actually be making good on your intention. Fake it until you make it sis :)

    I will keep you in my duas. Allah ma'aki.
     
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  17. Robin

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    May Allah bless you abaayo. Your advice is beautiful. Thank you :it0tdo8:
     
  18. For-the-Fatherland

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    even if this xalimo is kinda annoying she's still Somaliand defending a raw meat eater instead of your women just makes you a khasaaro
     
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