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zahida shaik, kurnool - wrote on 3/17/2011 7:04:57 AM
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Comment:sister a very gud change.may allah give u hidaya.ameen.


zahida shaik, kurnool - wrote on 3/17/2011 7:03:53 AM
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Comment:sister a very gud change.may allah give u hidaya.ameen.


zahida shaik, kurnool - wrote on 3/17/2011 7:03:18 AM
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Comment:sister a very gud change.may allah give u hidaya.ameen.


sadie, - wrote on 11/13/2010 12:36:46 AM
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Comment:according to islam every human being is muslim. because this is the religion that is completed. i recently converted to islam and recently started to wearing hijab. i finally feel free from men learing at me and thinking of me in a disrespectfull way. i feel my personality is showing and i feel more beautiful than ever. i also beieve that wearing tight pants and low tops is OPRESSION. your body is only for urself and ur husband if u marry. this girl needs to look into islam more, considering she saw the affects of the hijab. theres no time like the present beleive me i know.


sadie, - wrote on 11/13/2010 12:36:23 AM
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Comment:according to islam every human being is muslim. because this is the religion that is completed. i recently converted to islam and recently started to wearing hijab. i finally feel free from men learing at me and thinking of me in a disrespectfull way. i feel my personality is showing and i feel more beautiful than ever. i also beieve that wearing tight pants and low tops is OPRESSION. your body is only for urself and ur husband if u marry. this girl needs to look into islam more, considering she saw the affects of the hijab. theres no time like the present beleive me i know.


sadie, - wrote on 11/13/2010 12:35:51 AM
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Comment:according to islam every human being is muslim. because this is the religion that is completed. i recently converted to islam and recently started to wearing hijab. i finally feel free from men learing at me and thinking of me in a disrespectfull way. i feel my personality is showing and i feel more beautiful than ever. i also beieve that wearing tight pants and low tops is OPRESSION. your body is only for urself and ur husband if u marry. this girl needs to look into islam more, considering she saw the affects of the hijab. theres no time like the present beleive me i know.


Roxanne, Toronto - wrote on 11/5/2010 1:55:58 PM
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Comment:What bothers me about this article is the conclusion that "Men disrespect me because of my sexuality, therefore to be respected, I must cover it up". THAT is oppression right there. Do men ever treat their sexuality as something shameful, to cover up? Do they view modesty as essential to their respectability? I wear low-cut tops, tight jeans and short skirts. I speak openly about my identity as a bisexual woman. I volunteer at a sexual education center and often relate back to personal experiences with different birth control methods, sex toys and the like to make my point. According to this woman, this criteria should leave me expecting to be disrespected by men. To that statement, I say SCREW YOU. I am an intelligent, educated, tenacious, powerful woman who's done beautiful work for her community. For THIS, I demand respect. My sexuality and how I choose to express it is MY choice and NONE of your business. If you see any of what I said here as an invitation for me to be disrespected, that is YOUR problem and YOURS to resolve. To put on a hijab for this reason is to submit to man and NOT a feminist decision.


Roxanne, Toronto - wrote on 11/5/2010 1:55:10 PM
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Comment:What bothers me about this article is the conclusion that "Men disrespect me because of my sexuality, therefore to be respected, I must cover it up". THAT is oppression right there. Do men ever treat their sexuality as something shameful, to cover up? Do they view modesty as essential to their respectability? I wear low-cut tops, tight jeans and short skirts. I speak openly about my identity as a bisexual woman. I volunteer at a sexual education center and often relate back to personal experiences with different birth control methods, sex toys and the like to make my point. According to this woman, this criteria should leave me expecting to be disrespected by men. To that statement, I say SCREW YOU. I am an intelligent, educated, tenacious, powerful woman who's done beautiful work for her community. For THIS, I demand respect. My sexuality and how I choose to express it is MY choice and NONE of your business. If you see any of what I said here as an invitation for me to be disrespected, that is YOUR problem and YOURS to resolve. To put on a hijab for this reason is to submit to man and NOT a feminist decision.


Fatemeh, London - wrote on 9/4/2010 6:42:24 PM
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Comment:MushAllah


sara, chicago - wrote on 8/3/2010 7:13:12 PM
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Comment:you have to pray five times a day and fast in order to be a muslim you are totally wrong about that you are not muslim if you do not pray or fast a woman is obligated to cover herself praying and fasting are one of the 5 pillars of faith


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