19 Replies to “Did the Prophet forbid women from driving camels?”

  1. thinkcat01

    @ImmortalGrandPriX Don’t think that I am living in America. I am living in a muslim country and I do not like to wear the abaya. It is hot and causes discomfort. We are living in a humid, hot country and even when jogging or exercising still have to wear abaya. Is that reasonable? Know the reasons. Everything people said got a reason for saying what we said.


    You know what, I really support women to drive, but the thing is that why the 3rd woman’s face is not appearing in the video ?

  3. SNDFX69

    How much did you pay these non-Saudi Girls to say what the said, give me a break. I wish you could also visit the real Muslim girls and listen to what they have to say, or maybe you have your own agenda.

  4. Andleeb Chaudhri

    I don’t know why people have started worrying about muslim women while there are oppressed women in every nation, of-course no relgion allows that.
    Hazrat Mariam wore modest coverings and never inter- mingled with any man.

  5. LondonJo

    Why is it not allowed for women to talk to men? How ridiculous! Where does it say so in the Quran? And even if it does, we are now in the 21st century and should have moved forward and away from primitive attitudes of the 7th century. It is the Middle Eastern culture that places all these restrictions on women because Arab men are frigthened of women. Do you believe women are inferior and should live miserable, restricted lives while men are free?

  6. Jaefar SABNW

    Pride and being in the habit of being loud enough to be heard before seen is or otherwise abusively loud is sinful.

  7. Kristi Harbin

    Thank God I’m not muslim! It is cruel to force women to wear those black tents in such a HOT country. Why should they be hot & uncomfortable while the men can dress in comfortable, cool clothes? Also, it is beyond stupid to not allow women to drive. Women are adults, not children. We don’t need a man to go anywhere with us. Women don’t need guardians, we can take care of ourselves. Why aren’t men forced to wear black abayas? What about a man’s chastity & modesty?

  8. Jane Doe

    Why do I choose to wear it? Well, I’m not a blind follower of Islam, I’ll tell you that. The more I learn about it the more I love it. I’m a human who has many flaws, and Islam brings out whatever good in me. I first and foremost wear it as a way to please God. The more you learn who He truly is, the more you’re willing to do anything for Him. Also, social benefits come along with the hijab. One can’t deny the sexist attitudes toward women in modern society where they are really only flesh, no?

  9. esufmp

    I can understand the part about sexist attitudes. Are you saying that if you’re covered up, people can’t judge you on your appearance? If so, that makes sense (although ironically people will judge you more based on the fact you’re covered up). Still, why don’t men have to cover themselves? They get judged on appearances, too.

    Also, I don’t understand the part about pleasing God. Why does he care what you wear?

    I’m not trying to be rude. I’m sincerely trying to understand. Thanks 🙂

  10. Mohamed Ziyakath

    Never will the Jews nor the Christians be pleased with you (O Muhammad Peace be upon him ) till you follow their religion. Say: “Verily, the Guidance of Allah (i.e. Islamic Monotheism) that is the (only) Guidance. And if you (O Muhammad Peace be upon him ) were to follow their (Jews and Christians) desires after what you have received of Knowledge (i.e. the Qur’an), then you would have against Allah neither any Wali (protector or guardian) nor any helper2:120

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