Sep 7, 2011

Difference between east and west women

Difference between east and west women, hijabWhat's your opinion?

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  1. It's not that simple.

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  2. if we r not influenced by west media, specially Zionist TV channels that r against Islam (CNN, Foxnews, ...) we better will find the truth.
    the women r sexy commercial objects in west culture. do u agree with me that west expect just sex from its women?
    anyway I wish u more explain :)

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    1. Anonymous28 June, 2012

      There are many women and men in the west that are modest and chaste. Sex sells cars and other items. I do not agree with that tactic and I do not buy things that are promoted that way. Women in the west are teachers, lawyers, doctors, nurses, engineers, artists, designers and you name it! Western women are cherished for being good mothers and instilling in their children Godly values of love and the value of life. Advertising is not real life, it is a make believe and used to sell products. 99% of western women do not act or look like that.

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    2. Dear Mostafa,

      I would not put too much trust into mass media, when it comes to learning about other cultures. There are lots of nice, modest, loving and caring people in the East and there are lots of nice, modest, loving and caring people in the West. I have friends from difference cultures, countries and religions, including Muslim friends, and see not much difference between us – in essence we are all the same in spite of some differences in our languages and clothing. I think we all should avoid stereotypes by culture or religion, as within each culture there are some nice people and there are some nasty ones. A very good video on that is available on my blog at http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/09/25/instead-of-being-presented-with-stereotypes/

      With regard to Western views on love, sex and family life, I thought to share with you a few of my favourite quotes and poems:
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/07/18/175/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/i-dont-wish-to-be-everything-to-everyone/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/07/27/he-is-the-happiest/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/without-a-family/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/08/17/i-still-believe/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/love-means/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/i-do-not-see-you-often-with-my-eyes/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/love-is-patient-with-a-life/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/you-are-to-me-a-very-special-sun/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/08/24/you-told-me/
      - http://otrazhenie.wordpress.com/2012/11/03/ill-be-there-for-you/

      What do you think now? Are we that different after all?

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    3. u said: "There are lots of nice, modest, loving and caring people in the East and there are lots of nice, modest, loving and caring people in the West." and I'm agree with u :)

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  3. The target of this picture isn't all of western women, as u said there r many modest and chaste men and women in the west, but unfortunately western culture looks women as a sexual object! doesn't it?!
    u said women in west r teachers, lawyers, doctors, nurses ... aren't east women?!!

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  4. East woomen really looks like this.

    Western women decide for themselves, how they want to live. Do not impose your beliefs and limitations of Western women. Western women can be trusted with freedom of choice. Unfortunately, it is at the eastern woman blindfolded and hands tied ...

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  5. This image obviously addresses a fraction of Eastern and Western women.

    Not all Muslim women cover their faces - actually rarely any do in Iran - just like not all Western women have the truth veiled on their eyes and some of them do go beyond the Western male-dominated societies of sexualization of woman and the female body.

    Unfortunately, no matter how "free" women are in the West, unless they get to know some strong ideology like Islam, it is really hard for them to get entirely liberated from these impositions from the opposite sex and marketing industries.

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    1. It's not just the men anymore. Women actually have liberated themselves not to be like a respectable Susan B. Anthony or Jennifer Lopez making dough not setting gender barriers but women are throwing themselves at men, and promoting their own sex appeal. They openly whip out a nipple in public no problem and then innocent sweet moms and daughters get the blame and sexually molested by Islamic radicals while vacationing in France.

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  6. Islam glorifies a woman. for that's recommended for women use hijab in order to maintain self-esteem, maybe we can analogy with a store that sells clothes in the display window, neatly tucked away,expensive and not free to anyone touch it. certainly different than the clothing that is sold outside the open even closeout of many people will can touch it.

    once again the hijab is not meant to limit the movement, instead it shows their confidence in holding fast to what they believe, how wonderful hijab Muslim women living in the era of globalization. only the particular agency and a few others who do not understand and the lack of knowledge and claimed the hijab is a foolish and archaic. current development of the hijab is very popular and has become a fashion among the community. i think hijab stylist is doesn't matter but should be fixed in accordance with the shari'ah

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    1. That is a pretty metaphor though I would not wear one and still managed to stay "locked in the store case" . But I think your analogy is beautiful and can enjoy from an ambiguous point.

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  7. Hi Mostafa

    Where did you get this picture from? I doing some research on it.

    God bless,
    Julian

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  8. GOOD PICTURE

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  9. I take this to be that westerners "free", but are blinded by false values, and that easterners are closed-off to "modern" changes/values, but they're eyes are open with deep seeded values to their culture/heritage/spirituality.

    only1tyler

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  10. This picture is simple and deadly. It's not referring to all Western women because yes those of us who still are all-American and have a true meaning of Christianity and Islam are mostly chase. However this is a representation of the Western world turning a blind eye to the violence that is encouraged and even taught in the Islamic world. People now in 2013 are not very chaste, yet they are willing to ignore the violences in their world as well as the Islamic world while most Islamic believers see what is going on, but some hide their intentions . The blindfolded female is complacent and wants an unrealistic peace which some will never want while western men such as in France turn a blind eye to the sexual assaults of the non Islamic women even though these women are not dressed provocatively people deny violence that stares them in the facem . Why not stick your head in the sand. The woman in the burka represents the hidden violence and cover not just Islam and certainly not just chastity. Her intentions are hidden but her eyes open giving her the upper hand.They should have a third woman. A woman who is unblinded and sees all but is equally revealing of the truth.

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