I dunno if there are actual muthajiba *veiled* models.
But i wanted to know ur point of view on that.
Wat would u think if u saw a veiled woman modelling?
*keepin in mind that she wears decent*
Do u think that contridicts islam?
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GAB wrote:Funny you brought that up-according to someone close to me, dying your hair was vain and thus she didn't. Wouldn't make-up constitute vanity as well then?
richmc wrote:so who owns a mirror? any muslims?, not to be a smart a#s but isnt grooming ones self infront of a mirror a form of vanity?
arniegang wrote:Shaf this appears to contradict Liban.
Is there an element of "interpetation" within Islam?
Chocoholic wrote:Which is why the ifrst ever Muslim Miss UK got so much flack!
shafique wrote:. Men in Islam aren't allowed to wear silk and gold - seen as luxuries in the past. Wasalaam,
The Abaya and Dishdasha are more to do with the climate and tradtional dress than with Islam. Covering the nose and mouth is what you do in the desert!
Tatooing is forbidden in Islam - seen as a defacement of your body, I think.
When women are amongst women, they are like women everywhere and will similarly want to present themselves as best they can - and boy can women princess about other women!!