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Paige, Chicago - wrote on 7/9/2010 1:19:00 AM
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Comment:I think you wearing any strict religious wear would exude the same response from men (e.g., if you were dressed as a nun they would respond similarly). More importantly, I'm a little shocked how you could wonder if you are a muslim when you admit you didn't really know what a muslim is - you should know about the prophet to truly believe he is a messenger. It seems you are open and searching, but you need to learn and understand instead of blindly accepting a religion tied to a positive experience. I hope once you do your research you do realize Islam is the right way - embracing Islam with knowledge is more powerful (and sincere) than accepting what has been handed to you.

Tamara, New York, NY - wrote on 6/29/2010 1:17:44 AM
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Comment:As a christian raised woman in the US considering converting to Islam I was really happy to fall upon this article. It puts into words what I am trying to distinguish in my heart. Thank you.

non-Muslim woman, Berkeley - wrote on 6/27/2010 2:06:16 AM
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Comment:I've never had problems with men sexually harassing me and I don't wear hijab. Your assumption that men will treat non-hijabed women as sex objects is actually pretty insulting to both men and women.

Alina, London - wrote on 5/15/2010 3:15:39 AM
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Comment:A really lovely article that explains hijab perfectly for western thinkers.

Dawn Michelle, Washington DC - wrote on 2/6/2010 3:31:19 PM
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Comment:I found this to be so real. I became muslim in 2008 right before I was married. I realized the reaction from men was different & I was looked upon with a greater degree of respect.

ashik, Dhaka - wrote on 12/12/2009 8:23:42 PM
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Comment:A memorable story, May Allah bless you

Mostafa, Worcester- UK - wrote on 9/17/2009 6:46:10 AM
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Comment:that is why it is wast of time trying to explain to women from the west who never tried and felt wearing Hijab, speaking as a man Hijab will earn women more respect and present her as femal not as sex object.

Muslimah, USA - wrote on 5/2/2005 1:50:24 PM
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Comment:This has been a very helpful site, alhamdulillah, in the compilation of my English research paper on the status of women in Islam. Jazakum Allahu Khairan, and may Allah guide us all to His Straight Path. Ameen.

Mona, Canada - wrote on 9/18/2003 6:22:33 PM
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Comment:The site was veryyy good.

Nasimah Koya, Bolton - wrote on 11/1/2002 6:44:28 AM
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Comment:Dis is da best website ever

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