Why is hijab forced at such a young age? And why is there stigma for not wearing one?

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  1. Lolalola

    Lolalola Pan-Islamist

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    Making them wear it at a young age helps them grow into it. The more you normalize it, the more likely they are to feel comfortable in it. Pakistanis, Maghrebis, and Arabs don't have their women wearing it as much as we do so that shows that making them wear it young actually works into making them wear it when they're old. Yes, how they actually behave and practice is important but how they present themselves is also important as well. A grown woman who doesn't wear the hijab and a grown woman who does but smokes shisha are both sinning. I hope Allah (subhanu wa tala) guides you and makes you love your deen again.
     
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  2. darklight

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    I think a lot of Somali girls would be amazed at how easy it is to take it off.

    like most, I've worn a veil since i was a child (8ish) but in my teens, i simply got sick of it. It never was my choice and obviously, it didn't represent me and my values. One day on my way too school i took it off and put it in my backpack.

    i never disclosed this with my mom beforehand, never discussed the whole modesty topic. I didn't know what her reaction would be, suprise suprise: she was angry! but she figured i wouldn't budge so she got her big girl pants on. Other Somali girls i know have done the same.

    Stop being little bitches. If you want change, do something! stop talking about judgment, stereotypes and nosy relatives.... If you can't even muster the courage to disagree with your parents don't talk about freedom lmao. :ohno:
     
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  3. Mehmet

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    And never will
     
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  4. Mehmet

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    Good name as my cousin is called mahdi
     
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  5. Mehmet

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    Loool nice non niqabi pic
     
  6. Don

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    Its actually sad OP. My 13 years old sister is forced to dress like a beekeeper everyday. At that age i was watching charlie and lola
     
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  7. Tukraq

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    Nothing sad about that
     
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  8. henni

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    Only weirdos force their young kids to wear hijab
     
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  9. Lostbox

    Lostbox 「Immortal Sage」

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    My parents let my sisters choose to wear it. Other then my oldest sister the others only wear it for special occasions. I don't see anything wrong with that.
     
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  10. kickz

    kickz Engineer of Qandala

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    Yeah, a parent is allowed to instill their values and deen on their child.
     
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  11. darklight

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    He said forced. There's nothing wrong about teaching/including kids in your religious practices, but why the fuck do people act like their children are personal property? "yeah you're my little doll, i dress you and dictate your life :)"
     
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  12. Regg

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    Not wearing hijab at young age means you’re will feel more reluctant to wearing it when you grow older because you’re not used to it.

    That’s why it’s important to have them wear it and teach them so they can be prepared to be committed to wearing hijab properly permanetly later on.
     
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  13. Tukraq

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    Nothing wrong with force
     
  14. doroafels

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    Somali parents nowadays aren't strict with their kids.
     
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  15. Shoto Todoroki

    Shoto Todoroki Staff Member Moderator

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    Because Somali parents think that wearing hijab at young age somehow automatically makes you a better Muslim. Meanwhile I know many hijabis that suck **** and smoke weed :hillarybiz:
     
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  16. kickz

    kickz Engineer of Qandala

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    :gucciwhat:Thats literally what all parents have done since the beginning of time, until they are adults, kids are given rules to follow based on that persons beliefs.
     
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  17. IstarZ

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    Somali parents should emphasize the importance of akhlaaq instead of just enforcing the hijab from a young age. You have girls who wear hijab but have zero hayaa, tell me what’s the point marka? Outward appearance shouldn’t be the main focus. Teach your kids adaab first.
     
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  18. Machine

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    It's weird that 99% of eedos wear jilbab
     
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  19. Samaalic Era

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    What a dumb argument. Being covered is the first phase of learning akhlaaq and self respect
     
  20. mustang22

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    The hijab is backward and ugly, Somali women show your hair more.
     
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