January 31, 2019

World Hijab Day = More Oppression of Women

Is the hijab a crown on a muslim woman’s head or a cloak of veiled evil known as sharia?  “And tell the believing women to reduce [some] of their vision and guard their private parts and not expose their adornment except that which [necessarily] appears thereof and to wrap [a portion of] their headcovers over their chests and not expose their adornment except to their husbands, their fathers, their husbands’ fathers, their sons, their husbands’ sons, their brothers, their brothers’ sons, their sisters’ sons, their women, that which their right hands possess” Koran 24:31

February 1, 2019 is World Hijab Day.  Women all over the world will hail sharia and let Islamic propaganda sensationalize the oppression of women.

This event is sold as an opportunity for non-muslim women to “experience the hijab.”

This event is not about celebrating a headscarf as a fashion accessory and an “expression of religious freedom.” Wearing the hijab is an obligation under sharia, which is barbaric foreign law and a “complete way of life” for muslims.

Under Islamic Law (sharia) muslim women and little girls are forced to cover themselves with burkas, niqabs, and hijabs to distinguish muslim women/girls from “unbelievers” and sex-slaves, and to prevent men from becoming sexually aroused and raping them.

Islam teaches that if a muslim man rapes a woman, it is because she did not cover the curves of her body, thus causing lust in the man. Therefore, according to Islam, when a woman is raped, it is her fault.

The hijab does not represent “purity” as many Muslim exclaim, but is a sign of oppression and slavery.  

In the past few years public schools in several states including Florida, California, Arizona, Texas, Illinois, New York, and Missouri have already celebrated Hijab Day.

A group called the Christian Action Network attempted to end public schools from participating in World Hijab Day, but, sadly, participation in Hijab Day is growing.

Is your local school district participating in World Hijab Day?

World Hijab Day is all about normalizing sharia acceptance at the local level in areas where sharia is not the law of the land. This means normalizing a barbaric, brutal, vicious and oppressive system.

It is lawful in Islam/sharia for women to be punished for not wearing the hijab, and many women have been beaten and killed because of it.

Members of the designated terrorist group Hamas force women in Gaza to wear hijabs while Hamas terrorists doing business as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) in the U.S. and their Muslim Brotherhood partners at the Muslim Students Association (MSA) – over 800 chapters in the U.S. – are sponsoring World Hijab Day.

KNOW THE FACTS and understand sharia! Educate your community of the reality of what a hijab means. It is not a soft pretty fabric to guard a woman’s hair from the sun, but a mean to distinguish muslim women from unbelievers and slaves and guard them from being victims of sexual attacks.

The #MeToo movement says its purpose is to fight sexual harassment, but the battles they choose are blurred by political agendas, and they never seem to pull back the curtain on the way Islam treats women.

It is imperative to speak bold truth about the totalitarian ideology that is Islam and its doctrine sharia, which comes from the Koran and the example of Islam’s prophet Mohammad – who, incidentally condoned sex slaves, beating wives, and who married a six year old girl, consummating the “marriage” when she was nine (9) years old.

Why would anyone participate in World Hijab Day?

UTT encourages all of you to consider our operating guideline: Speak truth boldly in love to defend liberty of all people.

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  1. […] a story by John Guandolo’s Understanding The Threat, (linked here) an analysis of the practice notes that it is not the crown of elevation that some say it […]

  2. More important to me is not the woman who lives in a sharia-based country, if she tries to protest this requirement (law) she could be arrested, lashed, sexually abused, placed in prison, or even may not survive her punishments. It is in the western countries, that my concern of the narrative that woman can find it a hip fashion statement, exotic, purifying that concerns me…even though they have a choice here, for now, many .who listen to muslim female leaders who claim the muslim woman really has a choice, without consequences worldwide is a lie.. Once sharia law takes hold life can swiftly become brutal. No hijab for me..no sharia ….so when non -muslim woman hears the tolerant and justice , we beleive in peace routine, that is only spoken to non muslims..so they can conquer you and your children. in my opinion.

  3. Assalamu’alaykum(Peace be upon you)
    Do you know that you should not be writing falsehood on this whole Hijab oppression thing. Loads of rubbish. Those oppressors doesn’t represent Islam. It just shows how low intellect you have on this subject. Please leave religion out of cruel mankind’s action. If you’re really interested in the muslim women who are donning the hijab, learn the Qur’an and consult a legit Islamic scholar. I pity your ignorant. Go and read Surah An-Nisa. And do you know about Fitnah Dajjal. Your article here is one. May Allah have mercy on us all.

    • Dear sir or Ma’am, I would love to leave “religion out of” the discussion of Islam but I cannot. Islam crams it down our faces. Please share with me one book of authoritative Islamic law or one text book in U.S. Islamic elementary or junior high schools which does not teach that Allah obliges muslims to wage war against non-muslims until sharia is imposed on every human on earth. The problem is you will not and cannot name one because it does not exist. While you may be a wonderful individual, Islam is a barbaric and totalitarian ideology that some who subscribe to it actually follow it – which is a threat to liberty, individual unalienable rights, the rule of law, and common decency. I look forward to your response.
      John Guandolo
      President, UTT

  4. Assalamu’alaykum(Peace be upon you)
    Perhaps you should read back my comment.
    I didn’t ask you to leave “religion out of” the discussion of Islam. It’s leave religion out of cruel mankind’s action.
    You’re going out of the topic here. Isn’t your post about World Hijab Day?
    I am not sure if you are even interested in what I have suggested you in my previous comment.
    Anyway, you’ve got it all wrong with saying, “Islam is a barbaric and totalitarian ideology” and should have not say that.
    Corruption comes from mankind and they’re using religion’s name, Islam for their actions.
    Hence like I had said, and it can be applied to your reply too; learn the Qur’an and consult a legit Islamic scholar on all those misconceptions you have on Islam.
    And to add, true Muslims follow the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Sharia is the law which derived from both. And there are fatwas.
    Did you know that you even mentioned falsely about prophet Muhammad SAW? There’s plenty of legit stories of Muhammad SAW in YouTube for a start.
    May Allah have mercy on us all.

    • Yes, you are right. As you said, “True Muslims follow the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Sharia is the law which derived from both.” Exactly. The “Sunnah” is the example of Islam’s perfect man Mohammed. What he authoritatively did and said is a part of sharia. Thanks for clarifying for our those who don’t know. Since you wanted me to consult a “legit Islamic scholar” I decided to go to the most authoritative hadith scholar in Islam Bukhari and the most authoritative bio of Mohammad “Sirat Rasul Allah.” Here is what I learned: Mohammed told muslims to wage war against non-muslims until Islam/sharia is the law of the land on earth; Mohammed participated in killing up to 900 Jews after the Battle of the Trench; Mohammed condoned the killing of people who mocked him; Mohammed condoned the taking of sex slaves; Mohammed personally condoned torture; Mohammed married a six year old and consummated the marriage when she was 9; etc etc.
      Did I miss something?

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