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      Question review my Islamic blog about Hijab


      assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. I have a blog that I'd like for brothers and sisters to see and give me feedback on how to improve it. the blog is about the Hijab and the fashion world that is have a influence on the sisters in hijab I ask all sisters to see the blog and learn from it In'Sha'Allah.


      http://thetruthhb.blogspot.co.uk/

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      Re: review my Islamic blog about Hijab


      My take on it is; that there is nothing wrong with what you are saying, its just your blog doesn't seem that interesting. I would say change the layout, check your grammar and spelling and making your posts more interesting and original.
      review my Islamic blog about Hijab

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      Re: review my Islamic blog about Hijab


      ^^ I checked that blog and video too and I have to agree with sister serendipity. It is not very interesting at all.
      review my Islamic blog about Hijab

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      Re: review my Islamic blog about Hijab


      Quote Originally Posted by Hasan Ibn Omer View Post
      assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. I have a blog that I'd like for brothers and sisters to see and give me feedback on how to improve it. the blog is about the Hijab and the fashion world that is have a influence on the sisters in hijab I ask all sisters to see the blog and learn from it In'Sha'Allah.


      thetruthhb . blogspot . co . uk




      May Allah (subhanawataƔla) reward your good intentions for starting this blog.

      Just a few suggestions:

      I think it would be more appropriate to remove the pictures of women from the site as well as the video (e.g. post on 'How not to dress') - both those that have faces exposed as well as those whose faces have been obscured.
      The reason for this is that by posting these pics, you have inadvertently become the means of others to gaze upon strange women who are not properly dressed/ concealed (even if the faces are blocked, the figure-hugging out-fits still reveal the female form and bare skin).

      I think that this is important because sometimes we may have good intentions in our actions, but the manner in which we may deliver them may not be most pleasing to Allah - and so, in this way, we may also end of falling into sin in the process.
      (Another common example may be creating videos that have good and positive Islamic messages within them.......but this goodness is lost because the video contains music and inappropiate pics, etc).

      We should also remember that these types of media - e.g. websites, videos, etc. can remain active for a very long period - even after our demise, and so, we should be extra cautious in ensuring that we are not earning the displeasure of Allah for such a long period of time, as well as by the exponential number of people who may continue to spread these messages that are not completely in accordance with islamic principles.

      (To be on the safer side, it may be better not to have any pics of any animate/ living beings at all - in view of the fact that there are differences of opinion in this matter, and when in doubt, it is better for us to take the safer path.)

      It is very easy for many of us to fall into these types of traps, and so we should make an extra effort to think twice before posting anything - Always ask ourselves: Will this action earn me the pleasure of Allah, or His displeasure in any way?
      May Allah forgive us for all our short-comings, and have mercy on us. Ameen.


      As an alternative to the above:
      Perhaps you can use face-less, cartoon figures to show what proper hijab should look like.
      And when explaining what hijab should not look like, then this can be done in words (or a faceless, cartoon head-image of what a 'camel-hump' may refer to).

      I also think that there should be more mention of the niqaab in your blog.
      There are many women who have never been informed of the importance of niqaab in islam, and it is often out of ignorance that they may chose not to adopt it.
      (There may be different opinions held about the niqaab, but I think we should not ignore its place in Islam and we should in shaa Allah, be actively trying to revive this manner of protecting our sisters when they leave their homes.
      This article by brother Hamza is a very good read with regards to niqaab, mashaAllah: http://www.islamicboard.com/clarific...art-islam.html)


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      Re: review my Islamic blog about Hijab




      may Allah reward u for ur good intention .
      review my Islamic blog about Hijab

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      Re: review my Islamic blog about Hijab


      hmm i like your site good content keep the good work Brother

     

     

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