Posted: 08 January 2013 at 9:20am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Nkapoor3
Originally posted by mahirakhan9
in islam u shed be wearing full clothes and ur head covered!
and i think its the best for women!
fashion jaye bhar mei!
why are rules different for men and women?? men should also cover their head then!
girl are you serious? Allah has made men and women to compliment each other not to compete with each other. Pardon me for corrupting some innocent minds here but I think I need to give an explicit example. A man and woman get married, Islamically, non-islamically IN EVERY SINGLE CULTURE the lady dresses up for the man in something call lingerie. Men usually are not asked to adorn themselves with lingerie because NATURE has already decided that men wearing earings, necklaces, lingere, doesn't usually turn the female species ON whereas it's a different case the other way around. So yes, to answer your topic questions, less cloths do turn on the male species. Now there is a vast majority of males around the world that are therki (I hope u know what that means) and they will get turned on by the mere presence of a female around them. So you do what you are told to do. Women are supposed to conceal their aura and men are supposed to lower their gaze. Each individual is answerable to Allah for their own deeds.
And to answer your above question, why men are not asked to cover their head, the answer is their zulfain are not part of men's aura but for women it is part of their aura. Please don't ask me to translate aura for you. Secondly, in Islam, there is a dress code for men as well which people tend to completely ignore. They are also supposed to wear loose, modest clothing. The shirts where their muscles are popping out of the baby gap t-shirts are not allowed. So yes, they have restrictions too but different restriction since they are created differently. God knows what he created and HE very well knows what is BEST for his creations. He has given us the guidelines which are good for our own selves. These restrictions don't benefit Allah swt but they benefit us. As a Muslim, if one doesn't understand wisdom behind certain guidelines, the least we should do is to understand one thing that Allah swt CANNOT be wrong and it is our limited understanding because of which I am not able to grasp the wisdom a certain rule. If you sincerely want to know the answer to your questions, don't look for them in forums where you will find answers which supposedly sound cool, look for your answers in Quran and hadith.