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S Jun 14 '17 at 10:18 history bounty ended oshirowanen
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Jun 9 '17 at 9:39 comment added oshirowanen @goldPseudo, what would be a more appropriate title?
Jun 9 '17 at 4:19 comment added goldPseudo Your title really doesn't match your question body at all.
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Jun 8 '17 at 15:45 comment added oshirowanen @Kilise, fitna being subjective makes a lot of sense, please see comment above about hijab fetish... Even hijab can't prevent fitna if the looker has a hijab fetish. Only logical solution to fitna problems currently in my opinion is counselling. So if anyone has a foot/ankle/hijab/hair fetish, they need counselling (possibly).
Jun 8 '17 at 15:43 comment added oshirowanen @G.Bach, apparently this might sound weird, but I have heard that some individuals have a hijab fetish. I assume some have an ankle fetish too, I've definitely heard of of the weird foot fetish people seem to commonly have. So maybe it's a fetish thing. I guess a side question is, how can hijab help if a person has a hijab fetish?
Jun 6 '17 at 22:11 comment added Kilise @G.Bach I don't think most islamic scholars has anything against what I've said about (most) fitna/temptation being subjective, I am sure most of them have the same understanding. The question is, how they would balance that view within the scope of the texts.
Jun 6 '17 at 18:17 comment added G. Bach @Kilise That's a strange reading from an Islamic perspective; it suggests that hijab is counterproductive in preventing fitna.
Jun 6 '17 at 14:32 comment added Kilise I think that what one describe as "fitna" really is pretty subjective. It would depend a lot on where a person is from, what kind of environment and culture, and so on. Therefore someone who for instance is born and raised in a non-muslim country, who mostly has seen women since childhood without hijab and throughout his life, would not necessarily get aroused just by seeing a womans hair. While another person in another culture might get really caught up. And he would likely think you are crazy who don't get aroused by seeing her. So its is very subjective.
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Jun 4 '17 at 17:04 comment added Sassir Fitna is a very difficult expression temptation is only one single meaning of it. An other meaning is historically used for what happened between the sahaba after the death or killing of 'Othmane...
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