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« Reply #30 on: June 27, 2018, 12:00:45 am »



The amusing similarity between free minders and hadithists that cannot go unnoticed is their limited focus, taking every issue dot at face value without the slightest of contemplation over general Quranic facts & principles .... without the slightest use of common sense.  Why would a woman need to do anything to her hair when she's supposed to keep her hair neatly tied or rolled up beneath a full hejab regardless of its length?  And yes, long hair is a part of a female's personality.  It doesn't mean the same for men.   

At present female head shaving in the ever-growing crazy west has become a pop culture.  That repellent fatty, Britney Spears, shaved her head a decade ago when everyone thought she officially turned a lunatic;  that's how it got started and since then many female hollywooders did the same for one stupid reason or another.  It can be viewed as one of the deviant tantrums of feminists to challenge the western culture in which shaving heads has been traditionally considered ultra masculine for men .. as the conservative skinheads do.  In medieval era, in fact up to the period of WW2, shaving a woman's head was often done as a punishment for some violation. 

By the way, needless to say, the Quranic instruction of shaving heads apparently for men only has nothing to do with any such ideas of masculinity nor punishment.  It's simply a gesture to tidy up oneself after completing Hajj, a gesture not required for women because of the vastly differing grooming methods of both genders. 

Thank you Sisters Zeynab, Ruhi, Br. TS.    Allah Almighty bless.


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