Somalia before Wahabissm

TekNiKo

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@TekNiKo is likely a Dayyooth who lacks protective jealousy over his women and would prefer for them to semi-naked and for other men lust to over them. The Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Allah The Almighty will not look at three persons on the Day of Resurrection: a person who is undutiful to his parents; a masculine woman; and the Dayyooth.”

He only has Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala) to answer on the Day of Judgement.

Salafi girl, dayuus means someone who allows other men to sleep with his wife. It has nothing to do with wearing tents.

Always twisting scripture these Salafites:patrice:
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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Didn't Aisha RA teach men?

Didn't Muslim women go into battle and tend to the wounded?

Wasn't Khadija a wealthy merchant??

Women and men coexisted normally and respectfully during Islam's golden age.

Hiding the genders from each other breeds perversion.

Just lower your gaze and mind your own business.


We should not fall prey to such beliefs.

Why not have separate cities whilst we are at it lol.

You cannot avoid the opposite gender. It is absurd.
 

AIOPZ

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Saudi culture in UK promoted by Salafist bootyclappers. Is this @Lolalola ?

Where has the ummah come to...:snoop:

I don't know if it's because you genuinely struggle to comprehend this or you refuse to comprehend this but the niqab is sunnah. I don't know how to emphasis that any harder. It was worn and flaunted by the very wives of the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with them). It was encouraged in both the Qu'ran and the Hadiths. By simplifying and denouncing it to be "Saudi culture"--you're essentially saying that Islam is Saudi culture. Making what's halal into something haram is kufr--stop this nonsense, please brother, before it backfires on you on the Day of Judgement. This is what Allah has said about self-proclaimed "Muslims" who laugh at Islam: "And if you should question them, they would certainly say: We were only idly discoursing and sporting. Say: Was it at Allah and His communications and His Apostle that you mocked? / Do not make excuses; you have denied indeed after you had believed; if We pardon a party of you, We will chastise (another) party because they are guilty." [9:65,66]

That woman you're laughing at is getting ajar for covering herself up so well and dressing like the Prophet's wives (may Allah be pleased with them) and she will surely be rewarded in the Hereafter. Please answer me, walaal--what ajar are you gaining by backbiting and speaking so ill of her?
 
Salafi girl, dayuus means someone who allows other men to sleep with his wife. It has nothing to do with wearing tents.

Always twisting scripture these Salafites:patrice:
Never trusted those vermin and told them your againist the prophets teachings
 

TekNiKo

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Didn't Aisha RA teach men?
Didn't Muslim women go into battle and tend to the wounded?
Wasn't Khadija a wealthy merchant??

Women and men coexisted normally and respectfully during Islam's golden age.

Hiding the genders from each other breeds perversion.

Just lower your gaze and mind your own business.

We should not fall prey to such beliefs.

Thank you very much, women also used to pray in the same mosque as a the male sahabah and would even ask questions infront of men. There were actually no barriers or walls between men and women back when Prophet SAW was alive.

Tell Wahabists this and theyll go bonkers giving you excuses like the time has changed fitnah has spread etc. So they are flexible when it suits them, adhering to a bedoin Saudi culture instead of the pure Islam
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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Thank you very much, women also used to pray in the same mosque as a the male sahabah and would even ask questions infront of men. There were actually no barriers or walls between men and women back when Prophet SAW was alive.

Tell Wahabists this and theyll go bonkers giving you excuses like the time has changed fitnah has spread etc. So they are flexible when it suits them, adhering to a bedoin Saudi culture instead of the pure Islam



The sad thing is that the truth is not hidden so how can people believe such things?

This should be offensive to men, as if they are animals who cannot control themselves around women.
 

Samira

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Don't worry too much. MBS will soon have booty shorts approved as sunnah, with his compliant shiekhs furnishing the fatwas, as they now have for singing, movies and mixed gender concerts. History will be re-interpreted to fit this new law. These actions will eventually filter down to the black slaves (Somalis), and, with some kicks backs to the illiterate wadaads, all of this will be a bad dream
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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Study the roots of the Niqab and the history of Arabian culture before you study Islam and you will have a different view on certain things.
 

Samaalic Era

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Where has the ummah come to...:snoop:

I don't know if it's because you genuinely struggle to comprehend this or you refuse to comprehend this but the niqab is sunnah. I don't know how to emphasis that any harder. It was worn and flaunted by the very wives of the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with them). It was encouraged in both the Qu'ran and the Hadiths. By simplifying and denouncing it to be "Saudi culture"--you're essentially saying that Islam is Saudi culture. Making what's halal into something haram is kufr--stop this nonsense, please brother, before it backfires on you on the Day of Judgement. This is what Allah has said about self-proclaimed "Muslims" who laugh at Islam: "And if you should question them, they would certainly say: We were only idly discoursing and sporting. Say: Was it at Allah and His communications and His Apostle that you mocked? / Do not make excuses; you have denied indeed after you had believed; if We pardon a party of you, We will chastise (another) party because they are guilty." [9:65,66]

That woman you're laughing at is getting ajar for covering herself up so well and dressing like the Prophet's wives (may Allah be pleased with them) and she will surely be rewarded in the Hereafter. Please answer me, walaal--what ajar are you gaining by backbiting and speaking so ill of her?
Niqab is a beautiful,powerful statement for the muslimah and my family were it alhamdulillah :banderas:

It seems being a dayooth has somehow become praiseworthy nowadays :damedamn:
 

AIOPZ

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Salafi girl, dayuus means someone who allows other men to sleep with his wife. It has nothing to do with wearing tents.

Always twisting scripture these Salafites:patrice:

A dayyooth is any man who lacks gheera or protective jealousy over his women. Essentially, men who allow their women to dress in provocative ways and to intermix and unveil themselves around non-Mahram men. Inform yourself about your own diin, walaal.
 

TekNiKo

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Where has the ummah come to...:snoop:

I don't know if it's because you genuinely struggle to comprehend this or you refuse to comprehend this but the niqab is sunnah. I don't know how to emphasis that any harder. It was worn and flaunted by the very wives of the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with them). It was encouraged in both the Qu'ran and the Hadiths. By simplifying and denouncing it to be "Saudi culture"--you're essentially saying that Islam is Saudi culture. Making what's halal into something haram is kufr--stop this nonsense, please brother, before it backfires on you on the Day of Judgement. This is what Allah has said about self-proclaimed "Muslims" who laugh at Islam: "And if you should question them, they would certainly say: We were only idly discoursing and sporting. Say: Was it at Allah and His communications and His Apostle that you mocked? / Do not make excuses; you have denied indeed after you had believed; if We pardon a party of you, We will chastise (another) party because they are guilty." [9:65,66]

That woman you're laughing at is getting ajar for covering herself up so well and dressing like the Prophet's wives (may Allah be pleased with them) and she will surely be rewarded in the Hereafter. Please answer me, walaal--what ajar are you gaining by backbiting and speaking so ill of her?

Veiling was a preislamic norm that attoned high status

Another and the most common meaning of Hijab today is the veil worn by women.

Along with scriptural arguments, scholars argue that a head covering should not be compulsory in Islam because the veil predates the revelation of the Qur’an. Head-covering was introduced into Arabia long before advent of Islam, primarily through contacts with countries, where the hijab was a sign of social status.

The veil was apparently in use in Sassanian society, and segregation of the sexes and use of the veil were heavily in evidence in the Christian Middle East and Mediterranean regions at the time of the rise of Islam. During Mohammad’s lifetime and only toward the end of that time, his wives were the only Muslim women required to veil. After his death and following the Muslim conquest of the adjoining territories, where upper-class women veiled, the veil became a common place item of clothing for upper class. Veiling was apparently not introduced into Arabia by Muhammad but already existed. Veiling was connected with social status, as it was used among Greeks, Romans, Jews, and Assyrians, all of whom practiced veiling to some degree. It is nowhere explicitly prescribed in the Qur'an; the only verses dealing with women’s clothing, aside from those already quoted, instruct women to guard their private parts and throw a scarf over their bosoms (Sura 24:31-32). Throughout Mohammmad’s lifetime veiling, was observed only by his wives. Moreover, that the phrase “[she] took the veil” is used in the hadith to mean that a woman became a wife of Mohammad. It is not known how the customs spread to the rest of the community. The Muslim conquest of areas in which veiling was commonplace among the upper classes, the influx of wealth, the resultant raised status of Arabs, and Mohammad’s wives being taken as models probably combined to bring about their general adoption.” 4

The term chador, which is the form of veiling most used in Iran today, means a tent, and has its roots in the pre-Islamic practice of ferrying wealthy women around in covered sedan chairs.5

John Esposito, professor of Islamic Studies at Georgetown University, writes that the customs of veiling and seclusion of women in early Islam were assimilated from the conquered Persian and Byzantine societies and then later on they were viewed as appropriate expressions of Qur'anic norms and values. The Qur'an does not stipulate veiling or seclusion; on the contrary, it tends to emphasize the participation and religious responsibility of both men and women in society.6

Sheikh Muhammad al-Ghazali in his book Sunna Between Fiqh and Hadith declares that all traditions that function to keep women ignorant and prevent them from functioning in public are the remnants ofjahiliya and that following them is contrary to the spirit of Islam. Al-Ghazali says that during the time of the Prophet women were equals at home, in the mosques and on the battlefield. Today true Islam is being destroyed in the name of Islam.7
In Islam ruh al-madaniyya (Islam: the Spirit of Civilization) Shaykh Mustafa Ghalayini reminds his readers that veiling pre-dated Islam and that Muslims learned from other peoples with whom they mixed.8

Nazira Zin al-Din points out that veiling was a custom of rich families as a symbol of status. She quotes Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Maghribi who also saw in hijab an aristocratic habit to distinguish the women of rich and prestigious families from other women. Nazira concludes that hijab as it is known today is prohibited by the Islamic shari'a.9

Another Muslim scholar, Abd al-Halim Abu Shiqa, wrote a scholarly study of women in Islam entitledTahrir al-mara'a fi 'asr al-risalah: (The Emancipation of Women during the Time of the Prophet)10. He agrees with Zin al-Din and al-Ghazali about the discrepancy between the status of women during the time of the Prophet Mohammad and the status of women today.
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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A dayyooth is any man who lacks gheera or protective jealousy over his women. Essentially, men who allow their women to dress in provocative ways and to intermix and unveil themselves around non-Mahram men. Inform yourself about your own diin, walaal.


As long as a woman and MAN meets the hijab/covering criteria, they can be around each other.

Stop adding things to the religion.
 

Samira

Illuminated Xalimo
People who are triggered by this are jealous by the fact that no one can masturbate or stare and drool over her but her husband.

Pure and chaste :lawd:

True. But who or what will protect the men from my masturbation, staring and drooling?
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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True. But who or what will protect the men from my masturbation, staring and drooling?


Women don't have needs remember? That is why they remove their clitorises in Somalia.

We are meant to be desensitised robots who wear niqabs and share our master, I mean "husband" with 3 other FGMised robots.
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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Still no explanation or answer for the behavior and role of the leading women in Islam. Typical.

Girls, study Islam yourself and find out what your rights are. Don't let these people tell you about your religion.
 

TekNiKo

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This quote is key, my favourite scholar Imam Al Ghazali destroys Salafist and wahabist doctrine.
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Sheikh Muhammad al-Ghazali in his book Sunna Between Fiqh and Hadith declares that all traditions that function to keep women ignorant and prevent them from functioning in public are the remnants ofjahiliya and that following them is contrary to the spirit of Islam. Al-Ghazali says that during the time of the Prophet women were equals at home, in the mosques and on the battlefield. Today true Islam is being destroyed in the name of Islam
 
Didn't Aisha RA teach men?

Didn't Muslim women go into battle and tend to the wounded?

Wasn't Khadija a wealthy merchant??

Women and men coexisted normally and respectfully during Islam's golden age.

Hiding the genders from each other breeds perversion.

Just lower your gaze and mind your own business.


We should not fall prey to such beliefs.

Why not have separate cities whilst we are at it lol.

You cannot avoid the opposite gender. It is absurd.
One of Imam Shafi's teachers was also a woman - Sayyida Nafisa
Umar appointed a woman as leader of the market place - Al Shifa
A warrior who fought along side her brother - Khawla Bint Al Azwar

Extremism is never good. Moderation is encouraged in the deen.
 

Pwyneth Galtrow

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One of Imam Shafi's teachers was also a woman - Sayyida Nafisa
Umar appointed a woman as leader of the market place - Al Shifa
A warrior who fought along side her brother - Khawla Bint Al Azwar

Extremism is never good. Moderation is encouraged in the deen.


Thank you!

It doesn't even make sense to segregate the genders.

Muslim men and women who practise their faith and dress and behave decently can coexist in society.
 

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