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Monday, August 9, 2010

Leave the Veil alone

You attack her because she stands alone in a sea of immodest immorality
You attack her because she chooses not to use her sexuality
leave this glass vessel to her life style and her beauty will remain untouched
She chooses not to compete in your race for equality with men
She chooses not to falsely use her sexuality to entice
Nor does She choose to take on the dress of her opposite
Not for attraction nor vice
Leave alone her veil and her choice to voice
it's her Right to Worship her Lord as He Subhanna wa ta'Ala decided
Don't hate accommodate
Don't annoy this servant of Allah not the servant of males nor her desires
When you past her by in the streets, Past her by
Allah has promised protection for His believing slaves
For He Does Not lie
Thus she guards her Modesty throughout her days
This dunyah is a test to see who's best in behavior
So don't test her dress, I'll save her Bi'ithnillah
Leave the veil alone O disbelieving women
For it is this symbol you're threatened by, Why?
Is it because you recognize righteousness, that which your fitrah can't deny
deep within your hearts you bear witness to her goodness
but your Qareen entices towards shamefulness and a lie
Rather many lies have your devils tricked you into believing
and O Muslim let the strangers go about their way
don't hinder your brothers from the One path.
The night is like it's day
Don't hate the Sunnah, or you'll become gray
She desires to cover in front of the non-relative
free from mixing with them
Be happy for her, for she is a shining example
Leave the veil alone
Restrict your hatred to the evil she shuns

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