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dini, kelantan, malaysia - wrote on 12/3/2010 4:42:12 AM
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Comment:salam. i'm 15 this year and live in a society where almost every muslimah wear hijab(we call it tudung). alhamdulillah, i'm attending islamic oriented secondary school with science, math, bio,chemistry beeing taught. but most of us here still do not understand what hijab mean what covering aurah means. teenagers mostly muslims are still involve in western habits. i think we muslims should show to our ikhwan and akhowaat that there are practicing muslims out there. 50 is surely not the age to start to worship it's when we turn baligh.

Mohammed, London - wrote on 3/9/2010 11:16:21 AM
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Comment:Mashallah. May Allah, the almighty, guide more sisters and brothers to the right path in Islam and inshallah all of us will be in Jannah.

subi, bangalore - wrote on 10/16/2009 1:25:03 PM
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Comment:That was a really touching story. May Allah help all the muslim sisters to understand the importance of hijab & join us all with the pious people. Ameen

Sum, London - wrote on 9/26/2009 12:06:09 PM
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Comment:A beautiful story about you. Mashallah, sisiter :)

salimah, Atlanta,ga - wrote on 7/8/2006 12:27:25 PM
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Comment:Allahu Akbar; these are the kind of youngsters we need as role models for our kids. This story brought tears to my eyes. Islam is the truth; and there's no debate. There is no God; but Allah and Muhammed (PBUH) is His Last Holy Messenger. May Allah always be pleased with all of the holy messengers; their righteous families; friends and companions. May Allah reward you all in this world and the ahira, ameen.

Ikhlas, Mississauga - wrote on 10/5/2005 1:50:01 PM
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Comment:asalam o alaikum maryam. your story was very inspirational and i enjoyed reading it. I also wear Hijab but just started it very reccently, when I was 15. This is because I did not have much influence of Hijab. I mean my mother nor my grandmother wore it. One day though, at the end of the summer when I was fifteen, I just decided to wear it. I still don't know what made me make that decision and I yearn to know why. My parent's didn't force me, but they reminded me to think long and hard about it because they said once you wear it, you can't take it off. Many people ask me why I wore but I still don't know. When I started wearing Hijab, I didn't really know what i was getting myself into. The only 'hijabi' friend I had was my a girl in my grade 8 class. She wore her Hijab only to school and nowhere else. So when I started to don the scarf, I was confused at first. But my mom explained to me that if I was to wear the hijab I was to wear it properly and that it everywhere outside of my home and infront of non mehram. Also I sometimes think back of how my life would be different if I hadn't chosen to wear the scarf. I think wearing the Hijab has made me more concieous about Islam. I always feel like I must represent it and also defend it. I also want to increase my knowledge of Islam because people look up to me when they don't understand islam and I want to be able to give them the right answers. I hope that one day I can discover the true reason why I chose to wear the Hijab. I also want to thank you for causing me to remember my decision and to reflect back on it. May the blessing and peace of Allah always be with you. Aslam o alaikum wa rammathula hi wa barakatho!

Fieruza Khan, London - wrote on 9/8/2005 4:02:36 PM
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Comment:you so remind me of myself, i started wearin hijab at the age of 16 n coz it was my own will to n im tryin to practice n stay strongwilled coz i dnt knw many ppl hu r practicing plz make du'a for me to extend my knowledge n better myself as a person ur story gave me great comfort jazakallahu khayran fi amanillah ... salaam sister

aysha, miskeen - wrote on 7/19/2005 12:01:33 PM
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Comment:assalamualikum.i am so happy for you and i hope you find the goodness in the hijaab and your new life.i am 14 and i started wearing thehijab fulltime at the age of 13. i am also a practicing muslim and the hijaab did make me feel more stronger in imaan and taqwa. good luck with your future dear sister and i hope you find pece in your life with the hijaab.

zeena, new zealand - wrote on 7/4/2005 4:37:02 AM
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Comment:hey! how are you! ..i just wanted to tell you that reading your article reminded me of 'me' basically..well not exactly but some bits, i started wearing the hijab at 18. i had no practice or time to think about it..just did it ...do you know where that came from...well my story is sad ...but my mother (allah bless her soul) died of breast cancer..so that was it for me..a mothers love out did it..if that makes sense. but i'm proud of you!

Ameena, Sri Lanka - wrote on 6/9/2005 7:58:37 AM
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Comment:Assalamu Alaikum, It was wonderful how you have decided to wear the hijab and all... I am a born muslim, because my father is a muslim.. and i have to admit, ashamed, that i have no religion in me. and its nice to read about people who do and have the strength to follow... Wish all muslims the best...

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