and women in Islam
woman is like a private part. When she goes out the devil casts a glance
Al-Hadis, trans. Al-Haj Maulana Fazlul Karim, vol. 2, p. 692,
from Mishkat al-Masabih, by Waliuddin Abu Abdullah Mahmud Tabrizi
This women thinks
she is 100%
What is the subliminal message this
woman is sending? The subliminal message is that every square inch of my body is
private part, every square inch of it can make you horny. Therefore my entire
body is an 'awrat, (lit. pudendum, genital) and I am a sex object from
head to toe. People cover their private parts. This woman thinks her entire body
is private part. Does this in anyway arouse respect? Only one who thinks with
her genital may think so.
These women think
they are 96%
vagina 4% people.
These women have determined that all
their bodies, except their faces, are extensions of their genitals, including
their heads. Thinking
with their genitals they can't distinguish the difference between their hair and
their pubic hair. To them both are embarrassing and should be covered.
Thinking with their genitals these ambulant vaginas are fighting for the right to
be humiliated, beaten and
treated as sex objects.
Women are Pudenda!
the Prophet saying: 'Women have ten ('awrat). When she gets married, the
husband covers one, and when she dies the grave covers the
What is awrah? ..The
Encyclopedia of Islam defines 'awrah as pudendum, that is "the
external genitals, especially of the female. [Latin pudendum (literally) a
thing to be ashamed of]"
And according to the following Hadith, women
not only have ten 'awrat, but the woman herself is perceived as 'awrah:
woman is 'awrah. When she goes outside (the house), the devil welcomes
As the following Hadith discourages women from
going outside the house, even to pray in the mosque.
"A woman is closest to God's face, if
she is found in the core of her house. And the prayer of the woman in
the house is better than her prayer in the mosque."
This is a far cry from the
time when Arabs respected women as businesswomen (khadija), obeyed them as
army generals (Aisha), listened to them as leaders of thoughts (Asma bt.
Marwan), received encouragements from them (Hind) and followed them as
prophetesses. Gradually, as the new generations were indoctrinated by the
teachings of Muhammad they became scornful of women and eventually Muslim
women lost their rights along with their dignity.
Order to cover comes from the
(24:31) - Commands women to "draw their headscarves" over
their neckline as well.
(33:59) - "Tell thy wives and thy daughters and the women of
the believers to draw their cloaks close round them..."
(24:31) - "And say to the believing women that they cast down
their looks and guard their private parts and do not display their
ornaments except what appears thereof, and let them wear their
head-coverings over their bosoms, and not display their ornaments except
to their husbands or their fathers, or the fathers of their husbands, or
their sons, or the sons of their husbands, or their brothers, or their
brothers' sons, or their sisters' sons, or their women, or those whom
their right hands possess, or the male servants not having need (of
women), or the children who have not attained knowledge of what is hidden
of women; and let them not strike their feet so that what they hide of
their ornaments may be known." The woman is not only
supposed to cover herself, except with relatives, but to look down, so as
to avoid making eye-contact with men.
Also from the Hadith:
(6:321) - Muhammad is asked whether it is right for a young woman to
leave her house without a veil. He replies, "She should
cover herself with the veil of her companion."
(60:282) - After Muhammad issued the command (Sura 24:31) for women to
cover themselves, the women responded by tearing up sheets to cover their
Dawud (2:641) - The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: Allah does
not accept the prayer of a woman who has reached puberty unless she wears
(52:250) - [The Prophet said] "It is not permissible for a man
to be alone with a woman, and no lady should travel except with a Muhram
(i.e. her husband or a person whom she cannot marry in any case for ever;
e.g. her father, brother, etc.)." - Neither is a woman allowed to
travel by herself.