Thursday, May 24, 2007

10 things i hate about el mo7aggbat

Before u read the list, i have to admit that am not wearing a perfect hijab myself..and yes we all do mistakes and we dont insist on them and all that..but we also have to admit the hijab has changed, not because of anything other than the attitude of el mo7aggbat nafsohom

1- el mo7aggaba el mesa7ba: why has it become so common? why is it acceptable for some girl to be veiled and having a boyfriend? i mean these are 2 things from 2 opposite cultures..i thot that one should be an indication of the absence of the other. why is no one talking about this? refusing it? i still don't get it. how can a girl wear a veil in the morning look in the mirror w heya betlef el tar7a and say "lazem azbot el tar7a ba2a 3ashan ennhadra ha2bel a7mad" huh?! a7mad meen yamo tar7a.

2- el spanish: el donia 7arr.. mashy, el 7el2an tal3a mooda, bardo mashy..bass i think it still loooks ugly and still reminds me of ommo tamer..and no matter how many AUCians gave it the name "spanish".. it's still ain't fashionable let alone complete hijab..

3- el mo7aggaba elly bet7ot makeup be sabab w men 3'eer sabab: am not against looking neat while being veiled, on the contrary, i think its important..but what am against is trying to grab attention intensionally while being veiled. you have some flaws in your complexion ,fine! but all that orange, red, and're just contradicting yourself..

4- elly bey2la3o el 7igab yoom el fara7: deeh lelet el 3omr! yeah! with over a 150 ppl watching everylittle move you make..and watching every little curve you have! just find alternatives to spend unforgettable time on that day..and it doesn't mean not being one said that hijab is all so easy. you have to make compromises..ommal hana7'od sawab 3ala eh? la2 dah feeh kaman elly ber2osoh!! w haggawez! haaaagwaeez!

5- el mo7aggaba ommo ossa/pontaqoor/noss komm: aboos edeek kammely gemeelek..w mesh ha2ool aktar men keda

6- el mo7aggaba elly betshayesh/betshrab sagayer: disgusting, provocative, and simply put: wrong. i hate sagayer and sheesha all in all no matter ur a gurl or a guy..just stop it before it's too late.

7- elly fe marina: i mean where do they get the license.. not the license to drive..i meant the licence or permission to do whatever they want to do as if its "everything is okay"'re still veiled and you're still a muslim.

8- elly mesh beysallo: hasaleeh lamma arrawa7..asly ta3abana shwya ennahrda..asl el donia 7arr..ana lessa hatwadda..asly ba2raf lamma assly barra.. ba3deen ba3deen..mabalasho 7'ales :D

9- betoo3 madares el 7okooma: these gurls need serious discipline and am not only talking abt those elly beyb2o mes7abeen bardo i mean those elly beymsho fel share3 ye3akso, w yesawatoh, w yet7'an2o w yeshtemo!!

10- 7egab etneen w 7'amees:homma dool olayleen bass not talking bardo ely maslan ala3o el 7egab w lebsooh tany talking about gurls with more of predictable pattern of conciseness waking up..yaah dah ramdan gaii..7'alas 7egab..dah el seef gaii ..7'alas balash 7egab..yaah dal sanady ramdan gaii ma3 el seef..han3mel eh? hassaly est7'ara!

Rabbena yehdy el gamee3


Deeeeeee said...

Mafeesh quality control 7'aless! :D

Anonymous said...

you're right, you're right, you're right. what about the mohagabat that give you dirty looks for not wearing hegab, where do they fit in?

Fadfadation said...

You said exactly what annoyes me from some mohagabaat.



"am against is trying to grab attention intensionally while being veiled"


Anonymous said...

nice post :-)

Belya said...

Very well said

Nemo Nobody said...

you know what is the worst kind ?
'social hypocrites' who wear it just for showing up or if they have a really bad hair stylist :)

Anonymous said...

very nice article and very true.
for sorry i feel that hijab in egypt became a tradition more than a religious aspect...just a piece of garment over the head we bas.

Rabana yehdina gami3an

Anonymous said...

Post RA2E3!!! It is shamel kamel keda :) begad mesh 3arfa 2aolek eih!


Anonymous said...

walahy 7aga 7loa awy lama nbin odam el 3alm ad eih el mo7gbat wa7shin
ely hoa el mfrod rmz el bent el moslma
bdl ma t2ol 10 things u hate about mo7gbat say good things about mo7gbat ana m3ak an elthings dih mogoda bas el 7gat dih bina w bin b3dina mosh odam el 3alm kolo

Mona Zenhom said...

Awesome post. I'm still getting used to the arabic/english but alhamdulillah, at least I can read it. I thought I was the only one who saw removing hijab on your wedding as completely idiotic. I wish they'd just start wearing it after the wedding even. What's the point of putting it on if you're planning to take it off the day everyone you know is gonna see you all decked out in a strapless gown dancing balady.

Brownie said...

IT has been long time since i read this post but i liked to add something, today in the metro i saw a hijabi girl wearing glittered green manicure which matched with her green and yellow clothes, WHO WEARS GREEN MANICURE?!

Mime said...

That just goes to show no one is really perfect, some try to be, some I doubt even try (throwing the stone 3la elmosa7bah). For some reason though the 1st kind really gets on my nerves, espescially if their kissing in public (yes, I've seen t happen. No, it wasn't zojha.)

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