Sunday 3 October 2010


By Noor
October 4, 2010

The Western media portrays Muslim women wearing a hijab as weak, with scared eyes. Always the black hijab, eyes pleading for help from the western readers. Never once have I've seen a picture in a newspaper of a smiling Muslim woman wearing a colorful hijab. Head-coverings have been worn throughout history by billions of women around the world including Europe.

I maintain this modern fuss over the right of a Muslim woman to wear her scarf is an issue of racial and religious prejudice, perpetrated by TPT who are intent on rousing the hatred of people for each other, villianizing the Muslims, for their own disgraceful causes, mainly fueling of emotions to bring about international war or, as many refer to it as, the Apocalypse.  

There are countries in which women are terribly abused by the males of that land. This is cultural, not Islamic. It is wrong by any standards and most Muslims from other lands are as dismayed by these events as are all other decent human beings. In fact, despite being Muslim and modestly dressed, were they to dress as they do in those nations, chances are they, too, would be punished or killed for not being "sufficiently Muslim".

As seen in the images below, Muslim women are not the victims of the scarf and most love it. It represents modesty, a beneficial trait which the pornographers of the planet cannot handle. When destroying society the woman, the base of it all, is first targeted. THAT, friends and neighbours, is why the hajib is so challenged in the Zionist run world of today. 

I had many more images to post in here but I just ran out of space for imagery and need to go clean house for now. But please enjoy this article.

 Katherine of Aragon, wife of Henry VIII

 Isabeau and her ladies. Often the hairline was plucked 
to suit the lines of the head-covering.

 A woman of the 1500's.

 They are beautiful, some are simply stunning. No one ever seems to note that the headgear of nuns such as Mother Theresa is a form of hijab!

Western people seem to see this necessary article of clothing as being dowdy, ugly, repressive. They see the entire issue of the headscarf as ugly, frightening, different. Yet in the Medieval period, as shown above, women veiled and covered their hair in Europe for at least one thousand years.
“If a Jew lady lacks in following the rules like for example she would go without covering her head in street or in front of other men, or even her voice get heard by other men or neighbours. In this case her husband has the right to divorce her without giving her dowry.” ~ Will Durant

Finding the middle ground in everything we do is what being a Muslim is all about. Having the right balance between the material and spiritual, is what is demanded of us. Muslim women are guided to dress modestly, and the hijab not the burkha ~ which is a cultural item ~ is the answer to this. 

Many western women who revert to Islam always ~ and always choose of their own volition to wear the hijab/niqab. Most westerners, quite ignorant in the truth of the matter, would not hesitate to damn the hijab in equal measure and lump it together with the 'demeaning' burkha, unable to see what the Muslim women's dress code actually symbolizes. 

Be prepared to see, not the sad and miserable women of the middle east as portrayed in the Media but women who appear whole, vibrant and exhibiting genuine smiles of happiness. 

Might I also add, the head covering makes for much more luxuriant and healthy hair! I found mine grew longer before breaking up and splitting and was thick and just wonderful.
Covering the face with niqab or burqa, as it is practiced in some Islamic countries, is cultural rather than religious ~ the law of man, not the law of Allah..

In truth millions of women around the world cover up
and there are as many styles as there are women.

What is Hijab? It means that the woman should cover all of her body down to her wrists and ankles and wear opaque loose-fitting clothing. She is also admonished to cover her hair. Hijab is not only a way of dressing but it is also a way conducting a modest and dignified manner.

The wearing of Hijab is a means by which a Muslimah is identified.  It sets us apart, and any Muslim man who sees a woman wearing Hijab should immediately understand that this is a woman who should be treated with the utmost respect.  

Now, you the reader, may ask why should it make any difference what a woman wears? 

Unfortunately, in the society of man, it does.  
Let me present you with an example of what I mean. 

A pretty woman is walking down the street.  She is wearing an outfit that brings attention to the fact that she is attractive.  It may be a short skirt or a form fitting suit.  

The typical male reaction would be whistles, catcalls or leering looks etc.  For a time, this may make the woman feel special, but after awhile it becomes an annoyance because she is being looked at as an object not a person.
Now, let us consider the same situation but the pretty woman is now wearing  conservative clothing and she covers her hair with a scarf.  What would be the male response now?

As much as we would like to think that we live in a society where everyone is equal, this is not the case.  Men as a rule will continue to think of women as objects of desire, servants, or baby factories. 

In Islam, this is not the case as set down in the Qur'an.  The wearing of Hijab is Allah's way of reminding men that women are people and should be treated accordingly. as hearth of the home and co-creator of life.  An unfortunate circumstance but very much a fact of life.

A Turkish evening gown.These gowns are just spectacular.

An enthusiastic young Indonesian Muslimah. 
Her outfit certainly does not seem to hinder her joy.

This photograph from Kuwait is not, as some have suggested, a "clash of civilizations". These two women could purchase these outfits for private use. What they wear beneath their abaya or their burqa does not matter because the fabric of the cover serves as protection from strangers. The abaya is a continuation of the walls around her home in terms of safety.

By Henry Makow
Save the Males

On my wall, I have a picture of a Muslim woman shrouded in a burka. 

Beside it is a picture of an American beauty contestant, wearing nothing but a bikini. One woman is totally hidden from the public; the other is totally exposed. These two extremes say a great deal about the clash of so-called "civilizations." 

The role of woman is at the heart of any culture. Apart from stealing Arab oil, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are about stripping Muslims of their religion and culture, exchanging the burka for a bikini. Breaking up the family unit as they have so successfully managed to accomplish in Europe and North America is an important part of bringing the civilization under Communist rule in which the State is parent to the child.

I am not an expert on the condition of Muslim women and I love feminine beauty too much to advocate the burka here. But I am defending some of the values that the burka and modesty covering such as the hajib represent for me.

Does this woman exhibit the pride, elegance or confidence 
shown by the other women in these photos?  
As a friend just suggested, her pose is reminiscent
of that of a trained seal!

To me, these coverings represent a woman's consecration to her husband and family. Only they see her. It affirms the privacy, exclusivity and importance of the domestic sphere. 

The Muslim woman's focus is her home, the "nest" where her children are born and reared. She is the "home" maker, the taproot that sustains the spiritual life of the family, nurturing and training her children, providing refuge and support to her husband. 
In contrast, the almost naked Western beauty queen struts in front of millions on TV. A feminist, she belongs to herself. In practice, paradoxically, she is public property. She belongs to no one and everyone. She shops her body to the highest bidder. She is auctioning herself all of the time.

 Modern Islamic wedding wear.

In America, the cultural measure of a woman's value is her sex appeal. (As this asset depreciates quickly, she is neurotically obsessed with appearance and plagued by weight problems.) 

Doesn't Britney Spears have the loveliest eyes? Yes, this is she.

As an adolescent, her role model is Britney Spears, a singer whose act approximates a strip tease. From Britney, a child learns that she will be loved only if she gives sex. Thus, she learns to "hook up" furtively rather than to demand patient courtship, love and marriage. As a result, dozens of males know her before her husband does. She loses her innocence, which is a part of her charm. She becomes hardened and calculating.

 The feminine personality is founded on the emotional relationship between mother and baby. It is based on nurturing and self-sacrifice. Masculine nature is founded on the relationship between hunter and prey. It is based on aggression and reason. 

Feminism deceives women to believe femininity has resulted in "oppression" and they should adopt male behavior instead. The result: a confused and aggressive woman with a large chip on her shoulder, unfit to become a wife or mother.

This is the goal of the NWO social engineers: undermine sexual identity and destroy the family, create social and personal dysfunction, and reduce population. In the "brave new world," women are not supposed to be mothers and progenitors of the race. They are meant to be neutered, autonomous sex objects.

Liberating women is often given as an excuse for the war in Afghanistan. Liberating them to what? To be Britney Spears? To low-rise "see-my-thong" pants? To the mutual masturbation that passes for sexuality in America? If they really cared about women, maybe they'd end the war. 

But then, any excuse for aggression to steal from indigenous people whatever they wish, in this case the products of the poppy and a vital oil pipeline to the ocean. We all know the liberation of women means nothing, or less than nothing, to these individuals.  
Parenthood is the pinnacle of human development. It is the stage when we finally graduate from self-indulgence and become God's surrogates: creating and nurturing new life. The New World Order does not want us to reach this level of maturity. Pornography is the substitute for marriage. We are to remain single: stunted, sex-starved and self-obsessed. 

Women will give birth and within a very short time the care and training of the child will be handed over to the state through nannies, daycares, etc. Over the years all parental tools have been weakened and with the dissolution of families, young couples are gullible to the wiles of state and medicine, their power stolen from them without them even aware of it so trained are they to accept the dictates of the medical profession.

We are not meant to have a permanent "private" life. We are meant to remain lonely and isolated, in a state of perpetual courtship, dependent on consumer products for our identity.

This is especially destructive for woman. Her sexual attraction is a function of her fertility. As fertility declines, so does her sex appeal. If a woman devotes her prime years to becoming "independent," she is not likely to find a permanent mate. However, that problem is being handled through the emasculation of the male through drugs and social manipulation and the politically correct protected promotion of alternative lifestyles.

Her long-term personal fulfillment and happiness lies in making marriage and family her first priority. 

Feminism is another cruel New World Order hoax that has debauched American women and despoiled Western civilization. It has ruined millions of lives and represents a lethal threat to Islam. 

I am not advocating the burka but rather some of the values that it represents, specifically a woman's consecration to her future husband and family, and the modesty and dignity this entails. 

Among almost all Muslims today, there has been a huge change. Couples are couples and the polygamous faction has faded to a great degree. This, too, is a shame because it robs the poorer members of society, widows, etc of a place to live and leaves more of them in the dire position of poverty. The original reason for taking multiple wives was originally to accommodate the needs of such women.  

Today in the more modern cities and areas of the Middle East, polygamy, while not a thing of the past, is no longer the norm. Also the cost of living has made it harder for a man to support more than one household since every wife is to be treated equally to the other in everything from time spent with each to the accommodations supplied.

The media portrays Muslim women wearing a hijab as weak, with scared eyes. Always with a black hijab, eyes pleading for help from the western readers. Never once have I've seen a picture in a Norwegian newspaper of a smiling Muslim woman wearing a colorful hijab. 

Like the ones I do see every day. They are beautiful, some are simply stunning. I bought my own hijab last year because I think it looks so pretty. I have not worn it in public, but I've made numerous promises both online and in RL that I will wear the hijab, a burka or a niqab if a ban ever is to be implemented. And the police, politicians, feminists and racists would have a very hard time explaining why I, a liberated western woman wearing this garment of my own free will, was fined for being out in public. A very hard time indeed.

We in the west have a lot to learn about respect. And far too many of us need to learn that today integration has a meaning similar to assimilation.The women's liberation movement, the french revolution, the black power movement all led to the rights we in the west have today.

The burka and the bikini represent two extremes. The answer lies somewhere in the middle.

IA head covering on a Muslim is a political statement but it is not when on a Christian nun’s head.  ~ Riem Spielhaus, Humbolt University


  1. Noor - Thank you for that! I have always found that on of the most attractive thing about anyone, especially the eyes. Nothing focuses the attention to those lovely pools like the hijab/burka. Maybe that is what the jewish owned western media is really afraid of...that we will no longer see women as sex-objects to make money from...if so much is left to the imagination?

  2. This was a wonderfully informative and sensitive article. (Why NWO Hates the Hajib) What beautiful women, and what a humanity-affirming cultural concept "modesty" is. I know how feminism has wrecked the family here in the U.S. as I have been a victim, traded in for the younger, sexier model. Personally, I was never comfortable with the supposed "liberation" of feminism which forced me into a professional role which felt unnatural and unwanted. I see my daughter now suffering the confusion you speak of, as she strives to be the high-powered business woman she thinks she is "supposed to be" in order to be happy. Thank you for this enlightening piece. I will share it with her.

  3. Re Hajib; Beautiful piece Noor.
    My sweetie of the past 28 years; None of the above.
    I cannot even beg to describe the horror that is her. Abused in childhood, stabbing victim, Side effectts of Haldol. Maliciously radiated for asymptomatic cancer as eugenics dictates for the mental patients. Gutted welfare programs exhibit 'A' Its beyond tears, she just recently admitted to psyche care again.
    When she is on she is beauty, when she is off she is a fanged wolfwoman. In any event, I think of myself as the opposite of Pigton the serial killer, I like to breathe life into my women, and against all odds am still her solid rock.
    She is my broken winged flopping baby bird.
    Both our parents hypocrisy defined, surrounded by tyranny, we go it alone.
    Hell purgatory and sadness personified.

  4. Excellent post Noor. You are correct that the women in the pictures look stunning.

    I remember the great feminist debates in Europe in the ‘80s and how feminists were sick of being treated like ‘pieces of meat’. It was their right to wear what they wanted. Fair enough I thought but they forgot that with rights comes responsibility.

    Now they are older and they wonder why their own daughters are so brazenly amoral. So they reap what they have sown.

    One a last note, headwear and burkas are a great nuisance to facial recognition software that monitors the herd here in CCTV land.

  5. Thank you so much for this Noor, that was just lovely!

  6. De Rien. The Hajib. That the American female has been unmercifully abused by the children of the devil is painfully obvious, and speaks volumes concerning the SPIRITUAL castration of the So-called "Christian" men in America...who apparently have been JUDAIZED to the point of selling their sisters into prostitution for ZIONAZI' um Talmudic Jews. Their time is running out. See Isaiah 3. Great piece of writing concerning modesty and common sense, especially for females in the "WEST".

  7. Why the NWO hates the hajib.

    Wow, to think I was gonna comment to Timster about this article. He beat me to it!! Great article, and I do agree on all of your points. I know you are not the first writer to say this, but your article should be required reading in the high schools, before they turn kids out into the real thought manipulation they call college in this country.

  8. Why don't girls dress modestly? Because their mothers don't, either. I do, and so does my daughter! She doesn't even like Britney Spears (or Lady Gaga or any of the other whore-look-alikes). And it isn't just a Muslim thing...ever see a Japanese woman in a geisha? Same principal: dressing to be respected. Further, to dress in a way that garners respect, you have to get out of the system.
    (Seems you link to every good blog but mine, so there's the link!)

  9. re: hijab 10/4/10

    very well done
    thank you


    the ones that don't know
    we must teach

    the ones that know
    and forget
    we must remind

    the ones that know
    and remember
    we must embrace
    not one can get there
    without all the rest

    and in that sense
    we might have to drag

    [kicking and screaming
    no less] each of us

    up out-a that cave
    thanks for
    your part
    my friend

  10. Beautiful article. Thanks.

    (Finally, we see Britney Spears' eyes :)


  11. And I twitted it, t'was irresistible :-)

  12. I am largely sympathetic to what is written here. However, you tar me and my kin with a dirty brush, like so:

    "However, that problem is being handled through the emasculation of the male through drugs and social manipulation and the politically correct protected promotion of the homosexual or lesbian lifestyles."

    Ah yes, the "homosexual" lifestyle. I'm still trying to figure out exactly what that is. I work two jobs to make ends meet; I read books and till my plot of land for enjoyment and for extra food in my spare time. I mind my own business and act compassionately whenever I can. Yet all you can see is what constitutes a "homosexual" lifestyle, in your eyes. No matter what I do, the fact that my nature is toward my own gender, that makes me less? No matter that my mate is my life-partner, of 12 years and counting, who at my side has helped turn our blighted neighborhood into a place of safety for all people by driving out the criminal element. None of that matters? My being gay automatically makes me less in your eyes despite my accomplishments?

    I am sympathetic to what you say but your attitude saddens me and makes me less likely to stand in solidarity for Muslims if I must fear for my safety simply for being WHO I AM.

  13. Hi Noor

    So correct the idea is to turn everyone into savages.


    Throughout this article, the point is made that Muslim women cover their body and head in order to preserve their privacy. Understood.

    But this is not quite the subject of attack by Western media, because obviously Western women do cover their heads very often. As everybody knows, when Western media portrays Muslim women as oppressed by wearing hajib, they are portrayed with their faces covered, and it's all about the necessity to cover the face. And while it's understood that naked woman's legs usually do become subject of mens' desires and looks, the face is the main representation of the person, and so the requirement to hide the face is close to the requirement to hide the person. Whether or not such requirement really exists and is enforced, is another matter, but it's exactly hiding the person by covering her face is the subject of Western media's concern.

    Yet another, and probably even more important point is that Western woman has the freedom of choice to cover her head and body, or not. She can decide for herself to wear a hat, or fully closed dress, or bikini. Does Muslim woman have such freedom? I guess not. However reasonable is the decision to wear her hajib, it's not her decision - unlike in Western civilization. That's the point.

  15. Many Christians forget St. Paul's admonition to women to cover their heads. There are very fundamental Christian sects (like the Amish) where women still do that.

    Yes, I notice that the Jewish secular press likes to focus on the dreary, dark, drab burkhas worn by women in the most oppressive, backwards countries. And it does not help when Muslim males have Neanderthal eruptions and try to enforce such a uniform on women through threats, coercion and murder.

    However, I am in a university area where there are a lot of young, stylish Muslim women and they make the modest dress and the veil look very attractive and appealing. I have often found myself going to Muslim clothing sites and looking at what they have. I think the only thing that holds me back is today's climate. The veil has become a political statement instead of a fashion accessory.

    Joe, no one appreciates what stable, gay couples have done to gentrify and secure former urban hellholes more than I do. I am in my fifties and I remember a wonderful bachelor couple that were my neighborhood uncles. People like that are the salt of the earth.

    However, you have to admit there are obnoxious, in-your-face extremists everywhere who seem to exist for the sheer joy of aggravating everyone else. It doesn't matter what their race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation is. They are simply not "live and let live" people.

    They are not people who show their mettle by allowing others to judge them by their own actions. They are simply folks who demand the sort of respect that has to be earned. They are very provocative people who like to whine about the reaction they produce.

    Unfortunately, they tar the group they are part of with the same brush. They make your job that much harder and I sympathize. But, like it or not, they represent you. I think your community needs to sit these people down and tell them to mellow out or face ostracism.

  16. It was around the 1960s in America that things began to change. Many men wore hats and woman scarfs. Men were expected to take them off in church and woman were expected to have them on. My mother had many beautiful scarfs for church and just to go out. My grandmothers always wore them for many years. I found nothing wrong with them. I even thought scarfs were a wonderful gift for my mother, grandmothers and aunts for birthdays, Christmas and especialy, Easter. Even back in the 1980s while stationed in Germany I saw many woman wear scarfs in church and once in a while in public, especialy the older women. It is too bad such practices have changed. I'm glad at least some cultures and Islam continue the practice. I loved this article.

    Marc J. Custer
    Battle Creek, MI

  17. Personally, I think the burka is very attractive on a woman, as long as she is living in an Islamic nation. If such a woman is in my country and wants to live that way, then she should leave.

    And no I'm not a Jew, I am an Aryan man who is sick of Jews and the Little Jews they spawn.

    Little Jews:
    Special interest groups and non-White "minorities", with a victim mindset, that are unwanted guests in Aryan territory.

  18. Very well stated.

  19. Western secularists have no problem with women dressing modestly. I have no issue when a woman wears a long skirt/hat/scarf/wig etc.

    The problem we do have is when Muslim families/states force girls and women to dress in a way that restricts them, denying their own daughters the freedoms that we enjoy.

    I personally get very upset when I see little girls in hijabs (some younger than 5), while the little boys can run around wearing what they want. Likewise, it angers me that women in some countries are forced to wear garments like burqas which stop them from doing every-day things. And those who don't dress 'modestly' tend to get blamed if they're sexually assaulted.

    I believe in the right of muslim women to wear their headscarves... but I find it very depressing when women who have had the opportunity to choose how they want to dress/live their life dismiss everybody who tries to get that right extended to women in other countries, or with stricter families, as Zionists.

    And lastly, people are born Jewish. Having a mother who happens to be a Jew does not mean you are born with a political agenda. Take the case of the gay Jewish man who throws himself in front of bulldozers in the West Bank to save Palestinians' homes (which, I assume, is far more than you're doing to help Muslims as you sit at home and type your ridiculous blog). And he's Jewish. And secular. And a homosexual.

  20. Anonymous 7:32 I was actually going to respond to your letter intelligently until your little stab at the end. I will only say, I agree with your last paragraph regarding people being born what they are. And I am aware of that gentleman ~ Ezra Nawiand. Indeed a few years ago I was posting on his situation.

    As for my silly little blog, it still got you thinking, didn't it? We do what we can according to our circumstances but you are entitled to your opinion. However, if you want to be taken seriously when you slam, please be brave enough to use a name.


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