Sunday, 4 December 2011

Why France, Najat Belkacem, Jews, laïcists, and the NWO Hate and Fear Muslim dress codes - Hijaab

Why the Jews and NWO Hate and Fear the Hijab

 Belkacem-Guiboles Najat Vallaud-Belkacem


  postdateiconSaturday, 12 November 2011 15:15 | Written by Noor | PDF | Print | E-mail

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The Western media portrays Muslim women wearing a hijab as weak, with scared eyes. Always the black hijab, eyes pleading for help from the western readers. Never once have I've seen a picture in a newspaper of a smiling Muslim woman wearing a colorful hijab. Head-coverings have been worn throughout history by billions of women around the world including Europe.

I maintain this modern fuss over the right of a Muslim woman to wear her scarf is an issue of racial and religious prejudice, perpetrated by TPT who are intent on rousing the hatred of people for each other, villianizing the Muslims, for their own disgraceful causes, mainly fueling of emotions to bring about international war or, as many refer to it as, the Apocalypse. 

There are countries in which women are terribly abused by the males of that land. This is cultural, not Islamic. It is wrong by any standards and most Muslims from other lands are as dismayed by these events as are all other decent human beings. In fact, despite being Muslim and modestly dressed, were they to dress as they do in those nations, chances are they, too, would be punished or killed for not being "sufficiently Muslim".

As seen in the images below, Muslim women are not the victims of the scarf and most love it. It represents modesty, a beneficial trait which the pornographers of the planet cannot handle. When destroying society the woman, the base of it all, is first targeted. THAT, friends and neighbours, is why the hajib is so challenged in the Zionist run world of today.

I had many more images to post in here but I just ran out of space for imagery and need to go clean house for now. But please enjoy this article.
Katherine of Aragon, wife of Henry VIII

 Isabeau and her ladies. Often the hairline was plucked
to suit the lines of the head-covering.
 A woman of the 1500's.

 They are beautiful, some are simply stunning. No one ever seems to note that the headgear of nuns such as Mother Theresa is a form of   hijab!

Western people seem to see this necessary article of clothing as being dowdy, ugly, repressive. They see the entire issue of the headscarf as ugly, frightening, different. Yet in the Medieval period, as shown above, women veiled and covered their hair in Europe for at least one thousand years.

“If a Jew lady lacks in following the rules like for example she would go without covering her head in street or in front of other men, or even her voice get heard by other men or neighbours. In this case her husband has the right to divorce her without giving her dowry.” ~ Will Durant

Finding the middle ground in everything we do is what being a Muslim is all about. Having the right balance between the material and spiritual, is what is demanded of us. Muslim women are guided to dress modestly, and the hijab not the burkha ~ which is a cultural item
~is the answer to this.

Many western women who revert to Islam always ~ and always choose of their own volition to wear the hijab/niqab. Most westerners, quite ignorant in the truth of the matter, would not hesitate to damn the hijab in equal measure and lump it together with the 'demeaning' burkha, unable to see what the Muslim women's dress code actually symbolizes.

Be prepared to see, not the sad and miserable women of the middle east as portrayed in the Media but women who appear whole, vibrant and exhibiting genuine smiles of happiness.

Might I also add, the head covering makes for much more luxuriant and healthy hair! I found mine grew longer before breaking up and splitting and was thick and just wonderful.

Covering the face with niqab or burqa, as it is practiced in some Islamic countries, is cultural rather than religious ~ the law of man, not the law of Allah..
 In truth millions of women around the world cover up
and there are as many styles as there are women.

 What is Hijab? It means that the woman should cover all of her body down to her wrists and ankles and wear opaque loose-fitting clothing. She is also admonished to cover her hair. Hijab is not only a way of dressing but it is also a way conducting oneself in a modest and dignified manner.
 The wearing of Hijab is a means by which a Muslimah is identified.  It sets us apart, and any Muslim man who sees a woman wearing Hijab should immediately understand that this is a woman who should be treated with the utmost respect.

Now, you the reader, may ask why should it make any difference what a woman wears?

 Unfortunately, in the society of man, it does.

Let me present you with an example of what I mean.

A pretty woman is walking down the street.  She is wearing an outfit that brings attention to the fact that she is attractive.  It may be a short skirt or a form fitting suit.

The typical male reaction would be whistles, catcalls or leering looks etc.  For a time, this may make the woman feel special, but after awhile it becomes an annoyance because she is being looked at as an object not a person.
 Now, let us consider the same situation but the pretty woman is now wearing  conservative clothing and she covers her hair with a scarf.  What would be the male response now?
As much as we would like to think that we live in a society where everyone is equal, this is not the case.  Men as a rule will continue to think of women as objects of desire, servants, or baby factories.

In Islam, this is not the case as set down in the Qur'an.  The wearing of Hijab is Allah's way of reminding men that women are people and should be treated accordingly. as hearth of the home and co-creator of life.  An unfortunate circumstance but very much a fact of life.

  A Turkish evening gown.These gowns are just spectacular.

  An enthusiastic young Indonesian Muslimah.
Her outfit certainly does not seem to hinder her joy.

 This photograph from Kuwait is not, as some have suggested, a "clash of civilizations". These two women could purchase these outfits for private use. What they wear beneath their abaya or their burqa does not matter because the fabric of the cover serves as protection from strangers. The abaya is a continuation of the walls around her home in terms of safety.

Women in Islam

Pointers for the Western mind

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Many people are both misguided and confused regarding the treatment of women in Islam. They believe the wrong media portrayal of Muslim women and they confuse Islam with male chauvinistic actions that are not supported by teachings in Islam or the example of our Prophet (saaw)*. What I would like to ask them is: Have you ever studied Islam and seen for yourself what it teaches about the treatment of women? Most have not. But yet some westerners speak and write as authorities based on the false propaganda broadcasted in the media and the poor examples of some Muslim men portrayed in the Islamic world. The following will help present a few facts regarding how Muslim women are viewed and treated according to the teachings of Islam:
1.       The Prophet Muhammad (saaw) taught that the Muslim father who educates his daughters will go straight to heaven. Why did he have to say that? He was coming from a society that buried their female baby daughters alive and thought that it was only great to have sons. Allah blessed the Prophet to abolish that practice with the teachings of Islam. Also it shows the value that Allah places on the importance of women being educated. It shows that Islam expects contributions from women in society. 
2.       The Prophet said, "Heaven is at the feet of the mother." This shows the great importance of women to society. How she raises her children can bring about heaven for a society if she raises them correctly. 
3.       The Prophet was asked, "Who in this world should be loved more than anyone else?" He answered, YOUR MOTHER. He was asked then who next? He answered, YOUR MOTHER. Again he was asked who after that? He answered, YOUR MOTHER. And again he was asked who after that? Then he said, YOUR FATHER." This powerful Hadith should be enough to emphasize the importance and high regard in which women and especially mothers are held in Islam.
 4.       The Qur’an teaches that both men and women can reach the same mental and spiritual heights. It does not make the woman a lesser being than man in respect to mental and spiritual possibilities. In addressing the believers, the Qur'an often uses the expression, “believing men and women” to emphasize the equality of men and women in regard to their respective duties, rights, virtues and merits. It says:
For Muslim men and women, for believing men and women, for devout men and women, for true men and women, for men and women who are patient and constant, for men and women who humble themselves, for men and women who give in charity, for men and women who fast, for men and women who guard their chastity, and for men and women who engage much in Allah’s praise, for them has Allah prepared forgiveness and great reward. (33:35)
The special relationship between a man and his wife is captured in these beautiful words from the Qur’an:

And among His Signs is this that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that ye may dwell in tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): verily in that are Signs for those who reflect. Qur’an 30:021
A life of tranquility filled with love and mercy between their hearts is what Allah ordained in the Qur’an for husband and wife.
The Qur’an says:
And for women are rights over men similar to those of men over women; but men have a degree of advantage over them. (2:228)
The Prophet (saaw) said, “O People! It is true that you have certain rights with regards to your women, but they also have rights over you. Remember that you have taken them as your wives only under Allah's trust and with His permission. If they abide by your right then to them belongs the right to be fed and clothed in kindness. Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and committed helpers.”
Instead of suppression, the Prophet (saaw) said "The best among you is he who is most kind to his wife." And the Qur’an says: "Live with them in kindness; even if you dislike them, perhaps you dislike something in which Allah has placed much good" (4:19).
Kindness to our wives is very heavily emphasized. The Prophet also said: "Do not beat the female servants of Allah."
The idea of women being some kind of lesser being in Islam to be treated badly is totally false. There is no justification to be found for that view in anything Islam teaches. 
5.       Did you know that Islam gave women the right to vote, to own properties and to initiate divorce 1400 years ago long before women in the western world got those rights? When did women get these rights in the U.S.? It was only in the 1920s and it took a women’s suffrage movement to make it happen.

Prime Ministers of Bangladesh: Khaleda Zia & Hasina Wajed

6.       Did you know that in the brief history of maybe about 70 years being free from colonial rule Islamic women were able to accomplish a feat that women in the more than 200 year history in the U.S. have not been able to accomplish? What is that you ask? In three Muslim countries, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Indonesia women were elected Prime Ministers of their countries. They became the top leaders of their countries. How could that be if Islam treats women as "inferior"? 
7.       Did you know that the veil worn by some women in Islamic countries is not dictated by Islam? Did you know that even the Burgah in Afghanistan and black Abayya dress in Saudi Arabia is cultural NOT Islamic? Read the Qur'an and study Islamic literature and see what it says. The only requirement Islam puts on women's dress is modesty.
And say to the believing women that they restrain their looks and guard their private parts, and that they display not their beauty or their embellishment except that which is apparent thereof, and that they draw their head-coverings over their bosoms, and that they display not their beauty or their embellishment save to their husbands, or to their fathers, or the fathers of their husbands, or their sons, or the sons of their husbands, or their brothers or the sons of their brothers, or the sons of their sisters, or women who are their companions, or those that their right hands possess, or such of male attendants as have no desire for women, or young children who have not yet attained knowledge of the hidden parts of women. And that they strike not their feet so that what they hide of their ornaments may become known. And turn ye to Allah all together, O believers, that you may prosper. (24:31)
Go look at a movie portraying women in the U.S. around the 1900s. You would see that they too dressed modestly. It was not until deliberate and overt immoral messages were infused into society by the people in control of mass media advertisements, popular entertainment, and the fashion industry that women began to take their modest dress off and they began to feel that exposing their bodies as sexual objects was to be viewed as some kind of "freedom".

Islam teaches that women have great value in society, and it protects them from being demeaned and viewed as sexual objects.


Regarding modesty, the Qur'an gives these general rules, which may help in understanding how to interpret dress and other rules in modern times.
O ye Children of Adam! We have bestowed raiment upon you to cover your shame, as well as to be an adornment to you. But the raiment of righteousness,- that is the best. Such are among the Signs of Allah, that they may receive admonition! (7:26)
So clothing does not have to be drab: it is all right for both sexes to use clothing to enhance beauty as well as to cover nakedness. The most important thing is for a Muslim's character to be modest and righteous.
8.       The veil came into Islamic countries 300 years after the passing of Prophet Muhammad. According to Karen Armstrong:
"There is nothing in the Qur’an about obligatory veiling for all women or their seclusion in harems. 

This only came into Islam about three generations after the prophet's death, under the influence of the Greeks of Christian Byzantium, who had long veiled and secluded their women in this way. Veiling was neither a central nor a universal practice; it was usually only upper-class women who wore the veil. But this changed during the colonial period."  Link


There is much more that I can point to in the teachings of Islam and practices of Muslims that can help clarify the deliberate misrepresentations about the position of women in Islam. But, if you want to know the truth, go talk to a Muslim woman. Let her tell you how "oppressed" and "not free" she is. Go observe the respect and care that her husband and male members of her family and society gives her and the protection they demand for her. The Prophet (saaw) said "the foundation of the family is in the woman". And we know that the foundation of any society is in the family. Rather than disrespect the woman, Islam places her on a high pedestal of respect and honor for the dignified being that Allah has created her to be. Western women may believe that exposing themselves is a symbol of true womanhood. But they are sadly mistaken.
The etymological meaning of the word "woman" is "womb of mind". Women are both the physical and mental wombs for the development of all minds in society. As a result more respect is demanded for them. They are not to be treated as sexual objects but should be honored and held in high esteem. This is and always has been the position of Islam on women. Do not be fooled by media distortions and practices of "Muslims" who are ignorant of their religion.
*The abbreviation "saaw" is for the arabic word صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ which is phonetically pronounced "sallallahu alayhee wasallam".  It is a salutation used  after mentioning the name of a Prophet.  It means, "May Allah honor him and grant him peace"

Jupe longue interdite : inversion des valeurs


L’hystérie laïcarde à plein tube !

Ne pouvant reprocher à une collégienne de « porter le voile » à l’école, attendue que l’adolescente en question se conformait à la loi et se décoiffait dans l’enceinte de l’établissement, voilà que la direction l’accuse de prosélytisme islamique pour avoir porté « une jupe trop longue ».
En lieu et place du très républicain combo string-jean taille basse ?
En plein scandale (étouffé) de profs pédophiles et d’affaires de prostitution au collège [lien], on constate donc quelles sont les priorités de l’Éducation nationale.
Il est vrai que Najat a toujours préféré ostensiblement les jupes très courtes… une forme de prosélytisme qui a de nombreux adeptes.

Pédophilie : l'ex-compagne du professeur suspendu à Orgères assure avoir alerté l'Education nationale


 Son ancien compagnon avait été condamné en 2006 pour détention d'images pédopornographiques. Il avait été finalement suspendu par le rectorat à la fin mars, en raison de sa mise en examen dans une affaire de pédophilie.

Le collège Andrée-Récipon d'Orgères (Ille-et-Vilaine), près de Rennes, le 31 mars 2015.
Le collège Andrée-Récipon d'Orgères (Ille-et-Vilaine), près de Rennes, le 31 mars 2015. (DAMIEN MEYER / AFP)
"J'ai été sidérée quand j'ai su qu'il enseignait encore." L'ex-compagne du professeur de sport du collège d'Orgères (Ille-et-Vilaine), suspendu à la fin mars en raison d'une mise en examen dans une affaire de pédophilie, assure avoir tenté de prévenir l'Education nationale, sans succès.

Son ex-compagnon condamné en 2006

En 2005, Gwen est déjà séparée de cet homme, quand leur fils affirme être victime d'abus de la part de son père, explique BFMTV, qui diffuse le témoignage de cette femme, mercredi 15 avril. L'enfant, âgé de 7 ans à l'époque, se serait confié à sa mère après avoir vu des sextoys à la télévision. "Y en a plein chez mon papa, aurait-il déclaré, cité par Gwen. Je le sens quand je vais lui faire un câlin dans son lit. Quand mon papa se caresse avec ça, il y a du lait qui sort."
La mère explique avoir porté plainte à la gendarmerie, qui découvre chez le professeur de nombreuses images pédopornographiques. L'homme est finalement condamné, en 2006, pour ces faits, à de la prison avec sursis. Toutefois, cela ne l'empêche pas de poursuivre ses activités d'enseignement, relate BFMTV.

"Mon combat ne menait à rien"

Gwen assure avoir alors tenté de prévenir l'Education nationale. En vain. "J'ai dû avoir une secrétaire, je lui ai raconté [mon histoire], mais mon appel n'a pas été plus suivi que ça, affirme la mère. J'ai dit que j'étais prête à envoyer la condamnation, mais à chaque fois j'ai été freinée." Car ses interlocuteurs mettent en avant qu'il ne figurait pas "une interdiction de côtoyer des enfants" sur le document. "Donc mon combat ne menait à rien", se désole-t-elle.
Quelques années plus tard, le fils a porté plainte contre son père pour abus sexuel, poursuit BFMTV. Le professeur a finalement été suspendu à la fin mars, dans la foulée de la mise en examen d'un directeur d'école à Villefontaine (Isère) pour viols et agressions sexuelles sur mineurs. Pour Gwen, cette affaire, et l'aide d'une association de parents d'élèves, a été déterminante pour mettre fin aux activités d'enseignement de son ex-compagnon. Car la mère en est persuadée : "A mon avis, mon fils n'est pas la seule victime."

1 comment:

  1. In the 76 part pro-Jewish CHRISTIAN video "FUEL PROJECT", there are tons of lies dumped on Islam and Muslims by those CHRISTIANS who showed "the likeness of Islam with Roman Catholicism" and one of their damning condemnations of both Islam and Roman Catholicism lies on the fact that both Muslim women and Catholic Nuns wear THE SAME HIJAAB!

    Another likeness is that Catholics worship the Sun God and Muslims worship the Moon God.