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Sunday, August 25, 2013

She is fitna.

 
Islam has given almost  every social, economical, legal and political rights to Muslim women, some 14 hundreds years ago.
 She has right to get education ( of her own choice), to accept or reject marriage proposal, to marry with whom she wants, to keep her family name, to  drive, to secrecy, to own and dispose property, to seek employment, and to do business. She has right  to be equal before law. She has right to witness, to vote, to work  and so on. (Read here in detail!)  
All the financial responsibility besides others are on man's  shoulders in Islam. When he is a man, he gotta provide every thing, even if his wife  is richer than him.
 In khutaba hijtul Weda, the Holy prophet (S A W) said,
“O, people fear from Allah in the matter of women, treats them carefully and fairly as Islam teaches you.”
There is a whole chapter, chapter Al-Nisha   about her in the Al-Qur'an.   She is a human being  just like any other human being.  However, the bitter truth about is this is that,  this is all in Noble book al-Qur'an, al- sunnah and al-haddith only
Irony in that despite  God given  rights some 14 hundred years ago, in today's world she needs feminists and NGOs to protect her from her own people, to let her go to school, to work of her own choice, to marry the one she wants or to safe her from  being child bride. She needs them to protect her from honor killing, forced marriage, etc,etc. And funny thing is that many (Muslim women)don't even know about this !!!!!
Many Muslim women have no idea that they can speak up for their Allah's given rights, because no one told them, no one taught them about Islam. All they know what their elders taught them via brain washing.
 In Muslim majority countries she feels scared to go out alone, "what will the world say? what will they say? what if some thing bad happened to me?" She need someone to go out with, because something bad could happened to her. Why would "some thing b" bad would happened to her." 
She's some kinda exotic  chocolate, every one greedy for. She is an HONOR  to her family, and God forbid,  if something bad happens to her the whole family's name is doomed. She's more safe and protected in non Muslim majority countries rather than Muslim majority countries.
She is fitna, so better marry her off  as soon as possible, especially in Pakistan. She's a burden. First keep her save from all the evil of society, then find a suitable husband for her at right age, give her dowry and all that jazz.
All the time, talk is about "HER", how she special she is, how she should dress up, how she should go out, like she is some dumb and deaf, special person who can't figure out what is right and what is wrong for her. 
When ask,  Muslim men say they are protective about their women, and  others don't care much. In Europe and America women have no rights, men treat them like tissue paper, she is a sex object in their culture.................wow, seriously, well nothing could be amazing then  hearing this crap from my momein brothers!

9 comments:

  1. Sheer ignorance on the part that women are not given their due rights and most grieving par is that this ignorance is practised by none other than Muslims!

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  2. I firmly believe that women are equal to men in most ways. A society that doesn't allow women to reach their full potential is a society that ia doomed to mediocrity.

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  3. Men and women are equal and this despite their differences. Society and family want women and men to believe this is not right and year after year they impose their views on others and everything is getting worse.
    We really need to stand firm and regain our power. Obviously this won't happen overnight but as soon as we agree things are not the way they should be, as soon as we teach our children different values and codes, we can build a better world, a world of equality and respect.

    Thanks for this inspiring post Izdiher. I am amazed at your courage and sincerity. Stay as you are and in peace.

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  4. What a great post, it just shows that no matter how pure something is men still manage to twist it!

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  5. Izdiher, you sure do "speak your mind". Since I do not live in Muslim majority country (yet!) there is no personal experience to guide my thoughts/words on this topic.

    Believe me, I am so happy that will ot be living to see a religion take over my country...I DO see the infiltration here and there, in most subtle ways. Like person who greets with broad smile--as he stabs in back with a sabor...

    What will be, will be. And God and His people will win, no matter which "religion" they claim to be. MY relatinship with God is between Him and me, with guidance from few others along the way. Nobody stand up in front of me and declare that I do this or that, or go to hell. SO much BS.

    Blessings to those--like you--who continue to search for answers, and question those radicals who claim "authority".

    PEACE and LIGHT, Izdiher!
    Steve

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  6. Izdiher, you sure do "speak your mind". Since I do not live in Muslim majority country (yet!) there is no personal experience to guide my thoughts/words on this topic.

    Believe me, I am so happy that will ot be living to see a religion take over my country...I DO see the infiltration here and there, in most subtle ways. Like person who greets with broad smile--as he stabs in back with a sabor...

    What will be, will be. And God and His people will win, no matter which "religion" they claim to be. MY relatinship with God is between Him and me, with guidance from few others along the way. Nobody stand up in front of me and declare that I do this or that, or go to hell. SO much BS.

    Blessings to those--like you--who continue to search for answers, and question those radicals who claim "authority".

    PEACE and LIGHT, Izdiher!
    Steve

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  7. Izdiher, very informative post for the knowledge seekers. This is based on the true word of God as practised by the most beloved prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
    The Qur'an was sent down more than fourteen centuries ago for the guidance of the entire humankind. But the problem is nobody reads enough to understand the true message. The Qur'an is a complete code of life which keeps the religion and politics together; it gives economic system ,social system and the political system as well. Importantly, it protects women and orphans and the have nots and also go for justice for all, love for all, but hatred for none.

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  8. Izdiher, congrats on your courage to speak out. I love you for that. I'm lucky that even though I live in a Muslim majority country we have laws to protect women and mostly women are respected. We can climb the career ladder and be a CEO if we want to - there are a number of women CEOs here in Malaysia, just as there are women poiticians, though not as many. It is true what you say - everything is there in the Al Quran and the Sunnah to protect women. It is our own ignorance and maybe culture that stops us.

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  9. Izdiher ..well said I couldnt agree more

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