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Tonight, on 'The Boiler Room': We'll look at Michelle Obama's recent trip to Saudi Arabia and her controversial decision not to wear a head dress. We'll also talk about the issues between Jordan and isis. Then, Fr. Andrew Seba of St. Thomas Parish joins us live to talk about his calling to the priesthood, as well as the many duties and decisions involved in being a priest which are often over-looked by the general public.
On this episode, I will make the case against banning the hijab. Of course, it is an undeniable fact that throughout the Arab and Muslim world, the hijab is a symbol of the brutalization of women [especially in Islamo-Fascist terror states such as Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Hamas-controlled Gaza]. But is banning the hijab the answer, as what many people [particularly the wingnut Islamophbobes] suggest? I will show you why the answer is no. First of all, in America, people have the freedom of religion, which means that religion doesn't have to only be practiced in the closet. As someone who is religiously observant [Jewish] and who wears religious garments [Kippah and tzit tzit] out in public, I find it very concerning whenever there is a move to ban a particular public expression of religion [which includes banning a religious garment]. To be honest, as someone who lives in the US as of now [before I make Aliyah to Israel], in many ways, I find the issue of religious freedom to even be a bigger concern than US support for Israel [though I strongly support Israel and the US-Israel alliance]. Banning the hijab because we don't like that belief or what it symbolizes leads to a very ugly bigoted intolerant path, period. So in this episode, I will make the case against banning the hijab.
In this episode of Ummahaatul Ummah Show, we intend to discuss the 3 stages of hijab inshaa'allah. After this, the listener will have a clearer understanding of what hijab actualy means and put it into practice hijab as Allah, the most High and his messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, has instructed.
Westerners think women wearing the hijab/niqab is a suppression of women within islam. Far from it... It is a way of saying, "We are here, we are different, and here to let you know it.."
Thus the muslim brotherhood indoctrination, embracement, and unleashing of Sharia and Caliphate...
A speech by Dr. Bill Warner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQEcEYtWYB0
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Peace and blessings everyone! We are so excited about this week's discussion. We are discussing hijab, is it wajib to wear? Is it cultural, does the Quran instruct the women to wear it? This subject is one that you need to be a part of and give your input?
We will discuss the physical hijab and its importance. We will also discuss the social and spiritual hijab that is often overlooked and how they apply to men and women.
Please join us and invite others to do the same.
A TWO PART LECTURE ON HOW TO BRING UP OUR DAUGHTERS IN ISLAM AND WHY HIJAB IS IMPORTANT FOR THEM AT A VERY YOUNG AGE.
Hijab has nothing to do with being submissive to men but everything to do with being loyal to our Creator. In this message we will go over what "hijab" really means, the fact that Islam also gives men hijab and the benefits it brings. Women are NOT sex objects, eye-candy or forbidden fruit to be put out on display to tease and please men or to be measured, envied and judged by other women. Women are valuable and powerful in our own right without having to reveal the most precious thing we possess (our bodies).
With the media showing images of women in burka or what they believe to be hijab, it is easy to wonder why any woman would choose to dress this way. The reality is, hijab is worn with the one concept (loyalty) but in different ways by different women. Hijab can benefit ALL women. Women who enjoy swimming, working out or playing sports but hate the feeling of others measuring or comparing body parts. Women who want to be respected just as men who wear lose fitted clothes that do NOT hint of what they have. Hijab is NOT frumpy or an elderly way of dress, there is a whole world of fashion/beauty and style for hijibis that can help any women of any religion.
*Nasheed ~ No Beats Necessary - "How can you deny?
CONTINUED LECTURE ON HIJAB FOR OUR DAUGHTERS FROM PREVIOUS WEEK.
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