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Dressing Fatimah: What Muslim Women Must Wear

Updated on October 25, 2015

American Women - hot

Muslim women - not so hot

not fair 'cause we can't see them.
not fair 'cause we can't see them.

Dressing Fatimah Muslim Style


American women and their Muslim counterparts have very little in common, especially when it comes to wardrobe selection. Muslim men and sharia law determine the dress code as far as their style is concerned. The women dress in clothing that reflects their unique culture and the directives of sharia (rhymes with diarrhea) law.


Western Gals are free to embrace every imaginable style while islamic females must dress in accordance to the fashions worn by middle eastern women two thousand years ago.


Here’s a rundown on the standard clothing as prescribed by the religious and social mores of the times. We have assembled a list of basic islamic women’s wear items but omitted more personal undergarments like bras and panties. Any non believer who might sneak a peak, would probably cause the woman to be stoned to death.

East and west seem to share some common ground here, so we have chosen to bypass the more intimate part of a lady’s ensemble. like bras, and panties where anything goes. ( we hear). We might save that for a later study.


American women, unlike their middle-eastern couterparts are free to choose whatever they pleas They are much more relaxed and uninhibited in what they wear. Many believe that “less is best,” while the adherents of Islam adorn themselves with multiple layers of cloth robes and scarfs and head dressings and body wraps an nauseam. That's the difference between being an equal and being owned like a slave. Women must dress in layers of traditional clothing, designed to shield themselves from the lecherous eyes of every Arab male except a husband or other close relative. Any hint of form or female sexuality is not allowed and except for the introduction of color and pattern to their wardrobe, their clothing styles haven’t changed since pre-biblical times.


The truth is that the various articles of clothing muslims wear are required. Muslim husbands insist on wrapping their wives in layer after layer of baggy fabrics. They claim it is all part of sharia law which downgrades a woman to the status of property not to be viewed by anyone but their tyranical husbands. But those muslim husbands allow themselves to gawk at beautiful western women, part of the double standard that is common.

Khimars: Color doesnt help

This is a head scarf women wear that drapes over the entire top half of a woman's body covering her from her head to her  waist. It’s part of a layering process that has been in vogue in middle eastern countries for thousands of years.
This is a head scarf women wear that drapes over the entire top half of a woman's body covering her from her head to her waist. It’s part of a layering process that has been in vogue in middle eastern countries for thousands of years.

A Khimar is a head scarf that a muslim woman drapes over her entire top half of her body to covering herself from her head to her waist. (picture a tent) It’s part of a layering process that has been in vogue in middle eastern countries for thousands of years. Hides a multitude of female problems, especially overweight figures

Abaya

Abaya

A must in Arab Gulf country like Saudi Arabia, where women walk obediently a few steps behind their masters (husbands). Abaya sounds similar to obey ya, which she better do. It is usually all black and sometimes decorated with embroidery or sequins. It is worn so as to not expose whatever it was intended to hide- everything. This garment covers a woman from head to toe and shields her from the eyes of strangers who try to sneak a peak at what's inside the black wrapping (Abaya)

Chador Darth al Vador

Chaddor

Another layer, a cloak worn by women,that hangs from the top of her head to the ground. Iranian muslim women wear these outfits either with or without a face mask. Unlike the above, the chador is sometimes left not fastened in the front.it has been rumored that the prettiest women opt out of the face mask unless the bugs are really heavy.

Jibab

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Jibab

Not to be confused with a Jihad, Kabob or Niqab, A Jilbab is an over-garment or cloak worn by Muslim women when in public, similar to an abaya but more fitted, and in a wider variety of fabrics and colors. It lis redundancy in motiont. Unbecoming in all regards.This color is considered risque and would not be allowed in most muslim countries.


Burqa

A traditional face veil required to be worn by some husbands of Muslim women. It may or may not leave the eyes uncovered. Muslim women who are not particularly attractive love wearing a Niqab because men who are trying to meet a veiled woman have no idea how ugly she might be.. It also covers bad teeth and prevents bad breath from escaping. Difficult to eat with., but keeps flies away. A fashion must in Afghanistan where women are required to wear these screened tents 24/7. Washing them is not allowed.


Niqab

screenn door mask comes in handu during bug season
screenn door mask comes in handu during bug season

Niqab (above) kabob below

A traditional face veil worn by some Muslim women. It may or may not leave the eyes uncovered. Muslim women who are not particularly attractive love wearing a Niqab because men who are trying to meet a veiled woman have no idea how ugly she might be.. It also covers bad teeth and prevents bad breath from escaping. Difficult to eat with., but keeps flies away. A fashion must in Afghanistan. Difficult to do banking while wearing, but there is no reason for banking in most terrorist countries


Kabob See also ka -BOOM below

kabob

Kabobs, or more properly their drippings are sometimes worn on the layers of muslim women who are a bit sloppy in their eating habits.

Niqab

A traditional face veil worn by some Muslim women. It may or may not leave the eyes uncovered. Muslim women who are not particularly attractive love wearing a Niqab because men who are trying to meet a veiled woman have no idea how ugly she might be.. It also covers bad teeth and prevents bad breath from escaping. Difficult to eat with., but keeps flies away. A fashion must in Afghanistan


Ka-boom! Illustrates after effects of Suicide Belt bomb Worn by Extremists. under layers.

Fatimah Is Sent To Paradise
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    • Kramar profile imageAUTHOR

      Snarky Babbler 

      2 years ago from USA

      Trust me, I'm not deceived. This was a tongue incheek article on the garb. Did you happen to note the boom picture. Have you read my article on "The religion of Liars...."

      I'll tell you what, I'll do some revisions to make this moerw palatable to you

    • Margueritte profile image

      Margueritte 

      2 years ago from San Diego,CA

      Are you joking?? Islamic woman have no choice at all and are Forced Forced by the men and the cult and MUST be true to their culture dress code in accordance to the Islamic law. Woman have no rights and have no fashion. In their cult men look down at woman as property and woman have no rights that western woman enjoy today and the people of this Hub well know this.

      Woman are also beheaded, stoned, acid attacks, and more, you name it they do it and god help you if you don't believe or follow their Cult. For the woman of the world who may read this very deceitful and misleading Hub post please read about the Muslim Cult and Islamic sharia law you won't like it if your in your right mind. You will find all the rights you have enjoy today gone and you will be forced to live as a slave did 2000 years ago, you have no rights at all under Islamic sharia law please don't be mislead or deceived.

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