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THE VEIL

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Ignored, left and abandoned by association
Seen as a germ, convicted of the sin of abandoning assimilation
The veil of hers, not combined with tight jeans or cute ditsy little shirts,
With an attitude that says no to flirtation--not wanting attention, even if it hurts
A person of that type and especially a female
Is not well liked, for many believe that she should be on sale
For all to see,
bought cheap as eyecandy
They say its freedom to dress as if there’s a shortage on cotton,
And its apparently fine for everyone to look at her bottom
But when a girl wants to cover up and respect herself and her deen, they call her oppressed--
Sling at her names, give odd looks and try to make her depressed
Nonetheless, she’s patient, persevering, and not succumbing to their jargon,
For the duniya is a prison to the believer and to the kafir, a garden…

FAST GROWING ONLINE MAGAZINE OUTLET. REFORMING AND EDUCATING MUSLIM YOUTHS ABOUT THEIR RELIGION, CULTURE AND SOCIETY.

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