another poem for hijaab

A mere piece of clothing has been creating turmoil all around the world. I cant help but wonder, what threat does this simple way of dress pose to those who oppose it...and what does hijab mean to women?
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another poem for hijaab

Postby mi_sheriff » 30 Sep 2006, 20:15

salaams this is a translation of a nasheed which is in arabic by Ahmen bhukatir
titled hejaab

The Veil (Al Hejab)

Let’s them say about my veil
That it’s killing my youth

Let’s them exaggerate in blaming me
I belong to Religion

No, I swear I would never care
My firm will is like the mountain

What is meant by beauty
If it is easy to get

They tried to deceive me
I shouted at them to leave me

I will remain in my decency
I will never accept impudence

They will never affect my pride
I am the symbol of purity

I walk in the light of piety
Behind the best prophet

I have a proud soul
That rejects lowliness

In my path, brother
Somaya is the ideal

I am guided by Religion
Our source is pure, sister

Our path is a path of chastity
Follow it without fears

Our Religion is symbol of virtue
It never accepts vice

You are the respectable daughter of Religion
You are the descendant of notables

By my veil and decency
I impose my self-respect

I will go ahead
And never care about blames

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