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salwa, uk - wrote on 5/7/2010 11:24:55 AM
very nice article mashallah. May Allah grant your mother paradise and enable us to learn from her life. I agree with the writer and i feel the same way about niqabs. there are so many niqabi women who are contributing to their cummunity/society in such outstanding manner but which we dont hear about. My mother in law is around 50 years of age who weras niqab and has established an Islamic school and college whome she is the headmistress of and is also the author of many books as well as leading a female dawah organisation. she has amazing confidence and pride in being a Mulsim and provides courage and inspiration to those around her. According to her the niqab liberated Muslim women and enabled them to participate in working for the good in society which wasnt previously possible. I wear the niqab and am doing a phd in a well reputed university in the Uk alhmdulillah withought the niqab ever being an issue. Honest hearted people will always look beyond your clothing and judges you as a human being.whether you wear a niqab or not is an entirely personal choice and should never be used to discriminate against.
A J, Maryland - wrote on 5/7/2010 10:51:49 AM
Comment:Salaams, I admire your courage in writing about such a controversial topic. I am a Muslim woman who does not veil her face and neither do I support it, but after reading your article, I have a new found respect for niqabis. May Allah Guide us all to do what is correct and may He Bless our mothers in the best of ways. Ameen.
Masood Ahmed Bhalli, Karachi - wrote on 5/7/2010 10:17:54 AM
Comment:This reality calls for a careful reading by the young and dicussion with their conacts in the west. It is not an issue,it is a way of life which does not interfere with any one which is held dear by the west.
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