Sunday, November 4, 2018

Why are Muslims supporting Khabib Nurmagomedov?

A lot of Muslims began following MMA or UFC (don't know the difference and I don't really care) closely after Khabib beat Connor McGregor. Muslims were celebrating Khabib's victory because McGregor said something about Muslims.

Yet, these Muslims fail to realize all of this mixed martial arts fighting is HARAAM. You really think Allah supports these "fighters" for making millions of dollars to break the bones of others? And what about the awrah of these men? They are exposing what they are supposed to cover, yet no one cares!

This is the selective "halaal and haraam" Muslim men engage in. What Khabib does is haraam. However, since he is a male, it is much easier to get away by sinning without the haraam police coming at you.

Imagine a FEMALE Muslim fighter. What do you think the response would be? I know, it would go something exactly like this "ASTAGHFIRULLAH, where is this woman's shame? Where is the shame of her brother and father? How can they let her go out like this?"

Monday, July 2, 2018

See how Muslim men react to a Youtube video about the #metoo movement among Muslim women

Same comments as the previous times:
-Blame women for "inviting" harassment and rape
-Denial and blame the "Western Zionist media"
-Attack Muslim women who commented they have been harassed or raped
-Attack Muslim women who said they are better off living in Western countries (they're associated with nudity, bikinis, prostitution, neglecting children etc.)

Then these same idiots claim it is the "Western media" that creates a bad image of Muslims.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Hijab is not in the Quran whether you like it or not

This is my 6th of 7th post on this and I feel like I need to keep telling people this (especially from people where hijab is always associated with virginity and piety (so Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi, and Yemen)).

Conservative Muslims usually argue the evidence for hijab from the Quran, because there isn't any reliable hadith material that advocates for hijab. They try and break down the Arabic words to prove head covering is there, because the fact is Allah never flat out directly says "cover your hair". That is why these conservatives go through so much work and hastle to show hair covering is there. However, there are a significant amount of websites and videos that show there is nothing about head covering in the Quran, and they also break down the Arabic root and plural words.

The following are Quran-alone websites. I have not linked to them before, as the ten or twelve sources on my other posts about hijab not being mandatory are all from non-hadith rejecting websites. I feel like a change is needed for people to realize hijab is just not in the Quran, and I will use Quranist websites for this post. To some it might seem more clear. Even if you do not reject hadiths, still see the arguments in the websites and see the evidence against covering the head. If you wear a hijab, or support the view it is mandatory, you need to accept the fact that you know what? The argument of it being not mandatory is pretty solid and holds weight, whether you like it or not.

So anyways here they are: (surprisingly, this one is a little conservative. It still says head covering is not required, but it might be if women beautify themselves a way which causes attraction. I have to disagree with this because as I have mentioned before, hair cannot cause sexual arousal in men. The site also goes on to say arms and shoulders need to be covered. However, I disagree with this part also. Shoulders and arms do not cause sexual arousal either). (very lengthy and detailed) (interesting as it uses science to prove its point).

A few points I want to make: Hair is not a sexual organ. It is not a vagina or breasts. So we need to stop treating it like a sexual part. As for arms, it makes no sense how that is sexualized. If a woman rolls up her sleeves to do a task, is she now sinning? It makes no sense.

Conservative Muslims say hijab is necessary because a woman's beauty needs to be covered. If a Muslim woman is beautiful, so be it. Get over it and move on. It is stupid to tell women to dress up because others might find her attractive. It is stupid to make women self conscious that she is attracting attention of males. It is stupid to call men "cucks" if their wives or sisters don't wear hijab (a sick game played by psychotic Muslims these days).

Islam says to be modest. Modesty varies from culture and place. What was modest in 7th century desert Arabia was to fit the norms at the time. Muslims, especially conservative Muslim men, need to realize this.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Have a look at these beautiful Muslim women who are honor killed by their families

Where are all the Muslims to condemn this? Why don't we see people like Daniel Haqiqatjou condemn this?

Friday, May 11, 2018

How do we as Muslims explain sexual abuse of boys?

I have mentioned this many times before how Muslim women are always blamed for inviting rape and harassment because they don't wear a burka or hijab. I have mentioned before how Muslim women even in burkas and hijabs are not spared from harassment. I have shown in my other blog ( the countless comments by men (and self hating women) who do their best to make sure women are blamed for being harassed. I have mentioned before how I have been harassed by an old creepy woman. I have mentioned how some of my male friends have had sexual advances towards them by other men. I have mentioned about boys in madrassas in Pakistan and Afghanistan being subject to rape and sexual abuse.

Have a look at the following statistics about the abuse, harassment, and rape boys and men face by (mostly) other men (and some women). These links also show much of the sexual abuse and harassment is committed by mehram family members (so much for the common argument that one can relax in clothing around mehrams).

This one here is an Islamic link that tackles sexual abuse and harassment very well. Have a look at the comments at the amount of girls who have been sexually abused by their own fathers, uncles, and brothers:

Now obviously women are subject to far more abuse and harassment. But as the links show, many boys and men will have their lives ruined as well. Should we tell men, like how we do to Muslim women, that they should wear hijab and burka? Honest question. And what about around mehrams, because as the links show they commit much of the sex crimes. Should we tell boys and girls to wear hijab and burka around their own fathers, uncles, and brothers?

Monday, April 23, 2018

Have a look at this and be ashamed for being a Muslim

This is what so many Muslim women have to go through and notice how no one cares or blames women for "inviting" harassment. In my other blog ( I cover a lot of articles and screenshots showing the mentality of Muslim men from the Indian Subcontinent. Have a look and be ashamed what people do in our religion.

Saturday, March 31, 2018