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Dear Non-Veiled Wanna Be Veiled Muslimah

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Dear Non-Veiled Wanna Be Veiled Muslimah

Congrats on “almost turning 16.” May Allah bless you with many more years to draw nearer and nearer to Him! Ameen, Ya Rabb. You know, you’re really the cutest thing ever! Because you admitted the three major reasons most of us girls are wary of hijab. I know, many of us won’t admit it, but those three reasons are the Mount Everests standing in our way of putting it on. But because you took the big step and admitted to yourself the things you’re afraid of, you’ve made it all that easier to deal with. Now we just have to tackle these little fears one by one, okay?

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Ya Ummi: How do I approach my non-Muslim parents?

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Ya Ummi: How do I approach my non-Muslim parents?

I am writing to you today because I want to wear hijab and my iman is growing rapidly as the thought approaches my actions. However, I keep having dreams that I want take it off in front of my family. I want this to go away, I want to wear hijab I think about it everyday more and more. Can you make dua’a for me for my preparation? How can I approach my parents about my decision? They already know I converted, now I am starting to cover my arms and legs, and being modest around people. But I need help to begin my decision and I need to be sure that this is something I want to do. Can anyone help me?

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A Step Closer

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A Step Closer

each act of obedience, a step closer to my goal / paradise eternally, with You, my Lord

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Ya Ummi: Help Me Recommit

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Ya Ummi: Help Me Recommit

Please help! We all have our flaws, but the hijab was one thing I never let weigh me down nor stop me from living. Sadly, at the request of my spouse I took it off. I don’t need to go into detail, but it happened. May Allah forgive me. It’s been about ten months. At first I felt bare, and ashamed without it. I was constantly hit by pangs of remorse and regret. Guilt would be the best word to describe what I was feeling. Slowly the guilt began to fade, but not to the point where it left my subconcious.

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In My Opinion

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