Nak share satu pendapat / teguran terbuka seorang muslimah yang prihatin akan trend bertudung masa kini.. Semoga dapat membuka minda para remaja, para pereka fesyen akan tujuan sebenar kita bertudung / berhijab.. Bertudung bukan semata-mata menutup rambut sahaja..
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A beautiful Open Letter indeed. Please share this around!
Dear Hijabista, Hijabister
I am writing to express my concern over the portrayal of 'hijab' women in your magazine. I believe in the concept of modesty accompanying the muslimah attire (the hijab included) is a fundamental core one must embrace. The Hijab is not a replacement of the 'hair' we cover. The hijab isn't just a cloth or layers of cloth on your head. It comes with a package. Of intellect, manners and adab. It is a symbol of the believing women, her 'modesty'- A sign of dignity and pride. Your magazine bears no sign of 'modesty' and I say this clearly, this is definitely very WRONG!
Portraying hijab women and "doll-ing" them up like models in Vogue but then only to cover her hair is an absolute disgrace and mockery to us the believing women. What more the women and cover girls who allow themselves to be exploited as an object and fool themselves into thinking they are on their 'Deen' and pleasing Allah by just covering their hair... How can you even think you are pleasing Allah with all that make up, ridiculous styles whilst purposely showing off your beauty and body.
Your magazine just as the likes of vogue and cosmopolitan has NO intellectual nor spiritual dimensions to it except to brainwash and create an unnecessary desire to the 'hijabisters' to own more and more stuff. In reality, a real, true believing women DOES not need to display her adornments to entice others. The believing woman has self confidence that what is INSIDE her heart and MIND will indeed be of much more value than all the silly bangles, sunglasses, shoes and handbags you bombard the pages of your magazine with.
Your magazine corrupts young, sincere minds into foolishly thinking that they are more beautiful with more shoes, accessories or ridiculous tudung styles they do not need.
The best garments as the Quran states is Taqwa. And tell me where, in which page of your magazine do you propagate this message? None, not one I'm afraid. It is clearly a consumer driven magazine casting a spell with women, where one will then start to wish on owning and buying or to 'copy' the 'Photoshop-ed' girls you portray.
I am afraid you are only destroying the hijab sisters filling their minds with superficial beauty. Please take a sincere step back and help many lost sisters out there to care more about diseases of their hearts instead of merely emphasizing a message of "what is important is how you look and tie your tudung'
A worried Muslimah