So many judgemental people out there
when it comes to non-hijabis
"What's wrong with her??"
"Showing off-lah tu"
I wonder how these judgements were made..
what was the basis of their comments?
Do they know these non-hijabis personally?
or at least TRIED to understand them -
their knowledge of the Deen?
Funny, too, that many of these Haram Police are men
How can they know what a woman goes through
when she first wears the hijab;
The wordless protests of family and friends,
the discrimination at work,
the hateful looks from strangers,
or at the very least
the disapproval of a culture
which views the hijab as
"Melayu" (if she's not Malay-lah)
The closest to this woman's experience
that a man can go through
(in my humble opinion)
is if he suddenly chooses one day
to grow a beard.
(And no, not those Robert Downey Jr.-type goatees
but a full-fledged beard.
As the Prophet (peace be upon him) said
when it comes to beards:
"Let it flow")
And no I am not justifying the act of not wearing a hijab
(or not wearing a beard ;) )
Because its true..the Quran DOES tell you to wear the hijab (24:31)
But the Quran also tells you to do dakwah with hikmah - wisdom (16:125)
I'm keeping the beard ;)