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In this article, I will try to explain why the hijab does not have to be covered up. I hope to inspire you to think about this for yourself and to see your future partner with their headscarf. You may feel that this is not a decision you should have to make. After all, what about their parents? We know that our parents are not the best people in the world to judge our choices. But, they are in a better position to judge us because they have grown up with us and we grew up with them. The hijab cannot be judged by our parents. So, the hijab can be judged by us. We are the best judges and, if you want to be the best of the best then follow this advice.
What I am going to talk about is what I call, The Islamic Marriage. We can see that our parents were not that great. They were not our best friends. They were not the people who introduced us to music and good food and the whole wide world of modern technology. But, we are very close to them. We like to play with them and look at them. We even like to hug them. Our parents' marriage was a bad marriage, because we all know it was. The thing is, I have a very different view about that. I vivastreet pakistani believe that the problem is not with the marriage but with our religion and culture. I'm not saying we all should convert to Islam. I'm not saying that all marriages should be annulled. But the people that do convert don't necessarily marry the "right" muslims, do they? There's a reason that there's a huge problem.
1) We all think that "the good Muslim" can marry anyone.
Yes, if it's a good Muslim woman. But that's not true of the majority of muslims out there.