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Ummah Films – That’s not Hijab – Season 2 Premiere

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    1. Muslimah November 3rd, 2006 at 1:54 pm

      The different types of Hijabs he described are sooo true and funnyyy…but truth of the matter is..they arent so funny when you see sisters actually wearing those kinds of Hijabs, its such false dawah to the non-muslims. Its actually shameful to the ones who wear it the right way.

    2. Yaser November 4th, 2006 at 10:44 am

      Sweet. Perfect. Keep on producing stuff like that, its amazing. And I couldn’t agree more.

    3. blueflame November 4th, 2006 at 1:48 pm

      Assalam Alaykum,

      Good stuff. What he says is so true.

      MR- How do you put the video on your blog?

    4. amu November 4th, 2006 at 2:54 pm

      no one wants to see your short shorts!

    5. Mujahideen Ryder November 4th, 2006 at 3:18 pm

      blueflame on November 4, 2006 at 1:48 pm said:

      Assalam Alaykum,

      Good stuff. What he says is so true.

      MR- How do you put the video on your blog?

      I copy the embed code.

    6. Talibah al ilm November 4th, 2006 at 3:33 pm

      Assalaamualaikum,

      LOL…the dance floor…ahahahahahhaa..

      Wallaahi that’s so true. May Allah ta’ala help all muslim sisters and brothers to practice Islam correctly. Ameen.

    7. Ahmad November 4th, 2006 at 5:25 pm

      One of the types of sisters brother Ali was talking about was a sister who covers her hair, but wears tight clothing. This is exactly the type of sister that was filmed in “The post ramadan syndrome” video. Brothers and sisters both need to dress modestly. Furthermore, when filming a movie, both brothers and sisters should only film men and women that are dressed modestly. It’s that simple. I also commented on this topic under “The post ramadan syndrome” movie (post #41).

    8. Mujahideen Ryder November 4th, 2006 at 5:30 pm

      Ahmad on November 4, 2006 at 5:25 pm said:

      One of the types of sisters brother Ali was talking about was a sister who covers her hair, but wears tight clothing. This is exactly the type of sister that was filmed in “The post ramadan syndrome” video. Brothers and sisters both need to dress modestly. Furthermore, when filming a movie, both brothers and sisters should only film men and women that are dressed modestly. It’s that simple. I also commented on this topic under “The post ramadan syndrome” movie (post #41).

      Yeah I replied to what you said.

    9. cricketgal November 5th, 2006 at 11:11 am

      mashallah..bro hit a 6..

      sometimes we gta get a bro to tell us how it is…coz seriously the amount of times i have tried, or other sisters try to tel other sisters and it becomes a backbighting fiesta..subhannallah…sometimes the bros gotta tell the sisters and the sisters gotta remind the bros!…well produced yet again.

    10. henna November 5th, 2006 at 3:10 pm

      i understand a point was being made, but i still sense an aura of judgmental attitudes from those making comments.
      I guess wot im trying to say is~ you can make a point without making fun of sum1 or basing ur judgement of their WHOLE character purely on wot u see.

    11. egyptchick7 November 5th, 2006 at 6:28 pm

      I am so pleased to watch this video because it reaffirms that I should not wear hijab at this time. I don’t. And when I do, at Islamic events and the link I hardly wear a bad hijab. I wear a Jilbab bc I wholheartedley believe that covering you ASSets is essential in wearing tha Hijab correctly. And lets see: Soooo mnay hijabi’s I see doing so much sin, wearing hijab with capris…it is hysertically funny.

      Since I sin, ( and wear capris)_ I do not wear hijab but I understand the importance of it. Although I do sin and have been called a “fake muslim: because of it, at least I am not as fake as those who wear the hijab and sin the ways I do. I am happier bc Allah knows my heart and intentions and inshallah, as I and so many of us will struggle with our personally JIhads, hopefully there will come a time that I will put on the hijab ( or not), only Allah (SWT) knows :)

    12. henna November 6th, 2006 at 3:24 pm

      egyptchick7 on November 5, 2006 at 6:28 pm said:

      I am so pleased to watch this video because it reaffirms that I should not wear hijab at this time. I don’t. And when I do, at Islamic events and the link I hardly wear a bad hijab. I wear a Jilbab bc I wholheartedley believe that covering you ASSets is essential in wearing tha Hijab correctly. And lets see: Soooo mnay hijabi’s I see doing so much sin, wearing hijab with capris…it is hysertically funny.

      Since I sin, ( and wear capris)_ I do not wear hijab but I understand the importance of it. Although I do sin and have been called a “fake muslim: because of it, at least I am not as fake as those who wear the hijab and sin the ways I do. I am happier bc Allah knows my heart and intentions and inshallah, as I and so many of us will struggle with our personally JIhads, hopefully there will come a time that I will put on the hijab ( or not), only Allah (SWT) knows :)

      ..are you sayin Allah (SWT) does not no the heart of the hijabi who wears capri’s?? wot if thats her personal jihad?
      A sin is still a sin if a hijabi or non-hijabi commits it..ur trying to say urs counts for less cuz you don’t wear hijab?? elaborate plz

    13. egyptchick7 November 6th, 2006 at 8:46 pm

      A Hijabi who wears capris is obviously faking the hijab! As the vid explains, wearing a hijab with capris is NOT hijab. But of course they are going through their personal struggles, jihad and mall Allah (SWT) guide them. I think one should wear hijab properly, if they are to wear it all. It defeats the purpose of wearing hijab if it isn’t worn properly.

      No i dont think my sins are lessned bc I don’t wear hijab and I am not trying to be fake, but at least I am not putting on a show of wearing hijab while others have done. My sin is not lessened, I meant their sins aren’t lessened bc they do wear it.

      However I know some HIjabis that don;t wear it properly but have really clear hearts mashallah, but they should just know, as this vid states, that doing it half-way isn’t really hijab.

    14. Hani November 7th, 2006 at 12:53 am

      Oh man, That was a cool video,
      thank you for bring that subject up.

    15. Doa November 16th, 2006 at 11:35 am

      Masha Allah, the video was hilarious and effective. But as for the people commenting on it, yeah, I think people need to stop shouting people out. That’s not our place to judge. You may see a hijabi with tight clothes and think how much better you are than them and be ashamed of them or whatever, but you really don’t know what they’re going through. You don’t know if their parents aren’t muslim and don’t want them to wear hijab, so they’re taking it step by step. You don’t know if the sister is just not guided about what proper hijab is, because she wears it culturally, or whatever it may be. So let’s leave all judgments to Allah swt please, since He is the only one who knows what is in our hearts and what our intentions are. Of course, it’s good to give nasiha when you think it’s necessary, but to shout people out, or judge them, is not the way of our Prophet saws. The best way to help someone I think, is to befriend them and tell them about true hijab subtly, without pointing fingers at anyone. You can only ask questions once you know them and can actually understand. If you skip all these steps and think you’re doing them a favor by guiding them, you may only be pushing them further away. So that goes for the brothers making judgements on the sisters, the sisters making judgements on the brothers, the hijabis making judgements on the nonhijabis, the nonhijabis making judgements on the hijabis, etc etc. C’mon guys. The sin of arrogance and judging someone that you commit may be worse than the sin of the person your judging. And you may have mastered one aspect of your deen, but be lacking in another. Show others the rahma that you want to be shown. Assalaamualaikum

    16. zs November 19th, 2006 at 5:03 pm

      I definitely agree with what you are saying doa. It’s not proper to film women wearing tight clothing though. This doesn’t have anything to do with judging anyone. It has nothing to do with arrogance. It’s just not halaal to film women in tight clothing and then show it to everyone.

    17. Yusuf Smith November 19th, 2006 at 7:31 pm

      As-Salaamu ‘alaikum,

      Not exactly original, is it? There has been an article mocking various types of inadequate hijab, including the “Mickey Mouse” hijab”, the “yo-yo hijab” (same as the “convertible”) etc since I started reading about Islam on the internet in the mid-1990s. When that article was posted to an internet forum I belong to a short while back, it was roundly condemned; the brother who wrote it should have been averting his gaze, not looking for sisters in bad hijab. The same goes for the brother in this video (and there’s not much to that beard of his either).

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