When it comes to things like domestic violence against Muslim women, the consensus is that it is not a “Muslim” problem, that there is no need to deal with it as a community.
But when it comes to hijab, a collective gang of Muslims will form who think it should be the number one priority to discuss and dissipate information about in Muslim communities.
What I mean is - why is there such a dull lull of community action when it comes to incredibly dire issues such as violence against Muslim women, but when it comes to controlling women through what they wear, suddenly everyone jumps on the the whole “we are an Ummah, we love our sisters” bandwagon.
Hmn, smells like freshly baked misogyny to me.
small budget weddings seem so much more sincere
You would care less about what people think of you if you were to realize how rarely they actually do.
I think the easiest people to take advantage of is our parents. We feel entitled and expect them to do everything for us. As we grow up, we forget that they’re growing old. As we go on with our busy lifestyles, with work and school, we forget how our mums used to stay up all night when we were sick, we forget how our dads would take on extra hours at work to buy us that one toy we really wanted.
Listen here: the fact that your mum has probably cooked you at least 10000 meals by the time you’re 18 is enough of a reason for you to never ignore her calls.
please make du’a for my father, my mother, and my family. thank you.
Inna lillahi wa’inna ilayhi rajioun. May Allah (SWT) grant your father jannatul-firdaus, and may He bless your family with ease and sabr, insha’Allah.
There’s nothing wrong with being intelligent. However, there is something wrong with using that intelligence to deliberately make those around you feel inferior.