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مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : The Simple Garment


ramevic
15-05-2010, 09:04 AM
Poem written by : Nargis Rahman (England)


I am a Muslim,

A proud Muslim,

A lady with strong beliefs,

Why should I hide that fact?

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The comments, the looks, the sniggering,

Don’t care what people think,

I will still hold my head high,

I will still walk with bliss and dignity.

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So simple is the garment,

Yet so effective at its job,

Protecting me from the eyes of the world,

Reminding me of Allah.

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Stop….look….and think,

Do you truly want to be amongst the ignorant?

Do you truly want the lustful world?

Is it really worth sacrificing your Imaan?

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Emad Fadel
17-05-2010, 06:44 AM
Thanks for the sister who wrote this valuable poem. This poem is a strong reply for those who want to ban Hijab. In fact Muslim women should do their best in defending their hijab and in conveying this message to the world. Tell the whole world that they will never take their hijab off and that they wear it because it is part of their belief
My thanks, also, for the brother who quote this wonderful poem

Emad Fadel
18-05-2010, 03:25 AM
The following is a nice poem that deals with the same topic. However, it is for children.

TWO LITTLE GIRLS
Two little girls were playing in the sun,
one wore a scarf, the other wore none.
"Why do you wear a scarf?" asked the one without,
the other little girl said without a doubt,
"Allah loves me to cover my hair
so that little boys won't stand and stare,
and when I grow up, what I really want to be
is a well dressed Muslim lady like my pretty Mummy
by
Khadeijah Stephens