Why ladies cant do Julus

The sad first month of the Islamic calendar during which the family of the Holy Prophet were faced with a great ordeal and tragedy.
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Postby Muhammad Mahdi » 21 Feb 2007, 17:43

Mazhar wrote:Well put sis atika
As for those who think ladies should sit at home n watch it on tv could u pls give a reason?


they might break a nail :lol:
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Postby Tayyaba » 21 Feb 2007, 21:51

I agree with you sis Atika.
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Postby kulsham » 23 Feb 2007, 01:35

^^ it is not important for women to take part in juloos... what men are doing is more than enough and we should pray for they safetyness during juloos....
to join juloos and walk all the way till mosque, shida ya nini?

what we are doing is more than enough and we should say alhamdulillah. finito.
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Postby kulsham » 23 Feb 2007, 01:38

Muhammad Mahdi wrote:
Mazhar wrote:Well put sis atika
As for those who think ladies should sit at home n watch it on tv could u pls give a reason?


they might break a nail :lol:


lol
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Postby xx_atika_xx » 23 Feb 2007, 20:58

kulsham wrote:^^ it is not important for women to take part in juloos... what men are doing is more than enough and we should pray for they safetyness during juloos....
to join juloos and walk all the way till mosque, shida ya nini?

what we are doing is more than enough and we should say alhamdulillah. finito.



Sis. Kulsham, why do you think it is not important for women to take part in the Juloos?

Also, you mention 'what we are doing is more than enough'.....would you kindly explain that.

Anyone else who might have a contrary view on women's participation in the Juloos?
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Postby xx_atika_xx » 23 Feb 2007, 21:04

hasin wrote:I am personally totally up for it and will support it as long as it is serving the purpose of getting the message of Imam Hussain out there.

And I am quite optimistic as well; I have seen the Bilal juloos...in which both gents and ladies participate, and judging by the numbers, the ladies turnout was greater than the gents turnout...and it was very well organized and went wmoothly without a hitch. (the bilal juloos takes place during the day and takes a much longer route)

Whenever there is a change to be made, it is members of that particular group that can actually make it happen. In this case its the ladies themselves.

The wise approach would be to gather together as many ladies as possible, who are of the same opinion, especially elder ladies who have significant influence in the ladies section. ...



hasin wrote:
it is better women should not take part in juloos.... they should sit at home n watch the live telecast. THATS IT. Period. (end of )


Seconded!

And just to add...more men should take part!



Br.Hasin, a contradiction of thoughts there. May I ask why the change in the opinion?
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Postby Muhammad » 23 Feb 2007, 21:29

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i shudder to think what we wil have to face on the day of judgement when we are asked WHAT HAVE WE GIVEN FOR ISLAM???
some of the above people say they have done enough....i dont see no person in present era in our community who has done the E of ENOUGH...
it is amazing to see other peoples mentality about the whole issue.
one point of view
the men itself dont do it properly..tell me on azadars! how many of us reply and perform the matam???WHERE IS OUR UNITY??? i myself see many people TALKIN during Juloos let alont just keeping quite and not replyin the COMMON nauhas..what impression does this give????

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if i would be a female..i would fight for my right of participating in juloos...WHY cant i particiate? WHY shouldnt the BOYS who just want to have a glance at girls be banished from coming to Juloos...WHY should I suffer cause of HIM? i dont knw..but if the ladies follow the footsteps of Bibi Zainab(AS) they would speak out!!! you wont be able to blame THE JULOOS COMMITEE on the day of judgement for it!

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I am not optimistic about any changes in any juloos procession..seeing that Br Shabbirh's soo many articles with soo many references couldnt awaken anyone of us...i dont see how any other persons can do so
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Postby Tayyaba » 25 Feb 2007, 00:17

i have watched Julus on tv .. and i have seen some brothers using their phone,talking,laughing and DONT even do MATAM i see those lebanese doing matam during the julus and then we say we are giving out Imam Husseins (A.S) message!

and about fighting for ladies getting in the julus we need many girls and we can all go and talk to the julus committie and prolly they will agree.
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Postby kulsham » 25 Feb 2007, 15:26

nice replies.
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Postby kulsham » 25 Feb 2007, 15:36

keep it up mashallah.
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Postby kulsham » 25 Feb 2007, 15:44

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No need.
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Postby Tayyaba » 25 Feb 2007, 22:39

Sis kulsham we are not trying to copy the rest of the world!! we are trying to give the msg of Bibi Zainab ... !
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Postby Muhammad » 25 Feb 2007, 23:03

(V)$ wrote:I am not optimistic about any changes in any juloos procession..seeing that Br Shabbirh's soo many articles with soo many references couldnt awaken anyone of us...i dont see how any other persons can do so
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Postby kulsham » 25 Feb 2007, 23:19

edit : i need not to be so serious with internet...
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Postby Tayyaba » 25 Feb 2007, 23:33

Yes Kulsham you are right that we have to first light our homes with the message of Bibi Zaynab.

I have talked to so many older ppl in our jamaat regarding ladies julus and the problem why women are not allowed to do julus is mainly because of Hijab, but then thr can be restrictions isnt it?

About doing asraaf and dont have respect for niyaz both men and ladies in our jamaat have!!! ( but we all need to look into ourselves and see if we are one of them and improve)
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