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Sayeman
03-23-2016, 05:34 AM
Being a Bangladeshi, i'm extremely gutted to see education institutions banning hijabs one after another in a country where 90% people claim themselves to be "Muslims".
It's rare enough to find a hijab wearing woman here these days and atrocities like this will surely drive our Muslim sisters to obscenity.
What's next? Ban on Quran? Jail for keeping beard? Punishment for having Arabic names?
I see more and more of these so called "Feminist" groups rearing up their heads with atheist personnels acting as their heads giving lectures in on how Islam is holding Women back, i'm sure they had a hand in these, not to mention the foreign influence.
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saif-uddin
03-23-2016, 06:18 AM
It's a secular run state,

What can we expect with a witch running our nation,

For starters women arnt allowed to rule a nation, and secondly made worse by the Kufr of Democracy,

These secular parties all they care about is sick Nationalistic beliefs,

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saif-uddin
03-23-2016, 06:18 AM
The country (Bangladesh) is in a cesspit
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Muslim Woman
03-23-2016, 08:47 AM
:sl:


the common excuse they give is : it's not the part of uniform :nervous::heated:


a related thread in Bangla :


http://www.islamicboard.com/bangla/1...83-ya-oea.html
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saif-uddin
03-23-2016, 03:26 PM
Uniform?

Lol,

Who gives a poop about their uniform,

The uniform of Islam supersedes all other uniform.
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GINGERBEARDMAN
03-23-2016, 03:32 PM
Originally Posted by Sayeman
Being a Bangladeshi, i'm extremely gutted to see education institutions banning hijabs one after another in a country where 90% people claim themselves to be "Muslims".
It's rare enough to find a hijab wearing woman here these days and atrocities like this will surely drive our Muslim sisters to obscenity.
What's next? Ban on Quran? Jail for keeping beard? Punishment for having Arabic names?
I see more and more of these so called "Feminist" groups rearing up their heads with atheist personnels acting as their heads giving lectures in on how Islam is holding Women back, i'm sure they had a hand in these, not to mention the foreign influence.
This is secularism which is the defining ideology of the establishment in most Muslim countries (indeed the world), and secularists are by default non-Muslims
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Serinity
03-23-2016, 03:43 PM
The secularist government want women to show themselves to men, and seduce men. But ban modesty, and having shame etc..

Hypocritical in my view.
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The-Deist
03-23-2016, 04:21 PM
I am happy in a way.
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M.I.A.
03-23-2016, 04:23 PM
I'm not really sure anymore.

My brother in law's are a lot better than me and they have shorter beards..

As time goes by I almost regret buying into the big beards idea.

May still shave it off.

It very rarely influences my conduct and is pretty much a free hit for all those taking it.

Id say wearing a mosque hat is just as effective, although I wear a Western style one.
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ardianto
03-23-2016, 04:43 PM
Originally Posted by Muslim Woman
:sl:


the common excuse they give is : it's not the part of uniform :nervous::heated:


a related thread in Bangla :


http://www.islamicboard.com/bangla/1...83-ya-oea.html
:wa:

It's remind me to situation in Indonesia during decade of 80's when hijab was banned in government offices, in mostly private offices, in mostly of schools, and Muslim women were not allowed to make ID card photo with hijab. One of government argument was, hijab was not part of uniform.

Situation began to changed in 90's when Indonesian middle class Muslims became more religious. Middle class Muslim women started to wear hijab in universities, schools, and office, and government afraid to stop it. Now, you can find hijabi women in everywhere in Indonesia, in offices and schools.

Do not underestimate middle class. They have power to change situation and bring down government, like Indonesian middle class have done toward Soeharto regime.

If Bangladeshi middle class wear hijab in schools and government office, then Bangladeshi government must be will thinking long if they want to ban it.
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sister herb
03-23-2016, 04:47 PM
Originally Posted by The-Deist
I am happy in a way.
Happy about what? Happy because the government force people wear or believe or think by some way? Would you like to live in the kind of totalitarianism?
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Muslim Woman
03-23-2016, 05:00 PM
:sl:

Originally Posted by ardianto
:wa:

It's remind me to situation in Indonesia during decade of 80's when hijab was banned in government offices, in mostly private offices, in mostly of schools, and Muslim women were not allowed to make ID card photo with hijab. One of government argument was, hijab was not part of uniform.

Situation began to changed in 90's when Indonesian middle class Muslims became more religious. Middle class Muslim women started to wear hijab in universities, schools, and office, and government afraid to stop it. Now, you can find hijabi women in everywhere in Indonesia, in offices and schools.

Do not underestimate middle class. They have power to change situation and bring down government, like Indonesian middle class have done toward Soeharto regime.

If Bangladeshi middle class wear hijab in schools and government office, then Bangladeshi government must be will thinking long if they want to ban it.

Jazakallah khair for sharing . Insha Allah , evil attempt against Hijab ban in school , college won't be successful . May Allah help us .
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The-Deist
03-23-2016, 05:08 PM
Originally Posted by sister herb
Happy about what? Happy because the government force people wear or believe or think by some way? Would you like to live in the kind of totalitarianism?
No, because I heard some people hid bombs under their hijab/niqab.
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Eric H
03-23-2016, 05:56 PM
Greetings and peace be with you Deist;

No, because I heard some people hid bombs under their hijab/niqab
They could equally carry bombs in hand bags and shopping bags, should they also be banned?

In the spirit of praying for religeous freedom.

Eric
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sister herb
03-23-2016, 06:55 PM
If we would like to prevent people hide bombs, everybody should walk on the streets naked without any kind of bags or other stuff with them. Some may hide bomb in their mobile phones as well.

So that´s a poor excuse.
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Serinity
03-24-2016, 12:53 PM
People can also have a specialised bomb that activates on command - or on certain conditions met.

Say, a bottle of water, in that there are some chemicals, designed to explode on contact with HCl acid in the stomach.. Which has a radius of 25 metres of or soo. By that I could add some of the chemicals, and there you have walking bombs.
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Moshy
03-24-2016, 01:44 PM
Im really surprised that hijab has been banned in a country where 90% of the population consists of Muslims, but i also hear that bangladesh is a secularist state.
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M.I.A.
03-24-2016, 01:48 PM
Police with sniffer dogs..

Although that would be one hell of a job.

Dogs don't racially profile.. Probably.

Probably the most cost effective solution anyway.
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Moshy
03-24-2016, 01:49 PM
Originally Posted by The-Deist
No, because I heard some people hid bombs under their hijab/niqab.
There is such thing as an explosive detector... though I do think explosive detectors wont really be helpful in public places... i guess. BUT STILL I find the banning of hijab a wrong move [emoji36]
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Muslim Woman
03-24-2016, 01:57 PM
Salam.

hijab is officially not banned yet with school, college dress . It depends on college Principal, class teachers. Sometimes they allow it, sometimes they scold students. May Allah guide them.
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saif-uddin
03-27-2016, 03:08 AM
Hijaab is Fardh for the Muslim sisters,

The secular scum are trying to prohibit what Allah tala made Obligatory,

And here we have even Muslims saying they are "not sure"

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noraina
03-27-2016, 09:34 AM
Assalamu Alaykum,

This is a sad trend I have been seeing a lot recently - even before it reaches the government level, it penetrates society. In South Asian cultures any girl who wishes to wear hijab is criticized, she will look old, never get married, it is 'backward'. From personal experience.

However, there is still hope. As brother Ardianto said with Indonesia, and also in Turkey the hijab was forbidden in most public institutions for a long time, due to many campaigns and protests, this ban was lifted and more women are wearing hijab than ever mashaAllah.

May Allah guide us all to what is good.
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