My dear Brother Aamir,
I agree with you that the west and some communities are not making justice with Muslims.
Male or female both are human, there is only physical differences, at the knowledge level and 'in the world of intelligence and education' they are equal. Allah-God-Ishwar-Guru allow equal right to both in any field of life. If any caste or community give low grade to the females then it shows low grade thinking of that caste or community. The Ghunghat (in Hindus), Nakab and Hijab in our country are sign of "Gulami" of our females. Please think to free them from "Gulami".
We have to free our females from Ghunghat, Nakab, Hijab for their development and to open all fields of job. This is for development and freedom of our females.
This is not unreligious; it helps to spread respect and give more power to our female.
But, I am not agreeing to wear short and such clothes which show many body parts. Duppatta, Orhani and Anchal are respectful clothes of all females of our country "Azad Hind Desh" (a united country of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh).
Think positively, thanking you!
Yours Saga Bhai,
Citizen of Azad Hind (IN+PK+BD)
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On 9 August 2010 16:49, Aamir Bhat <email@example.com> wrote:
"The thing is, is to raise your hand. It's nt to hide, and it's not to try and pretend or do anything like that. You raise your hand, that's the best thing about it.")