I hate my hijab

Hi im a 17 year old girl and was born in the uk and live there all my life I do maths and other stuff in a levels and have a year left till university .I wore my hijab since I was 10 but now I want to put it off.Know most of you will be thinking what ??? your crazy??? but living in the western society were u hardly have a muslim freind nor masjid nor muslim neighbours (In my life) but I try sooo hard to keep my islamic personality I pray read quran sometimes im not going to lie here I wear jeans and everything but love my life like that. To be honest if the quran gave us a choice to not wear it I would choose not to!!!! But now it seems like my parents force me to wear it and if I ever said I was thinking of putting it off then I would litrealluyy be slauted oh god I dont know what to do ...I love my hair and my beauty and please dont give me information about the quran because im soooo advanced in it I finsihed the quran 2wice and love it but dislike the hijab being forced on girls withh the server punishments forgive me for my sins and if this is angering god but please answer to how I could remove it but keep my religions love so my question is how I could pesuade my parents to remove it because now its just being forced on me !
thanks people
By Jannahat x
Asked Mar 12, 2014
Edited Mar 12, 2014
Have you ever studied the origin of the hijab 'revelation' ? You might be surprised to know that it came about because Mohammed's wives , when he was especially poor, were forced to use an open field as a toilet, and one of his companions, Umar, who'd been unsuccessfully pestering Mohammed to order veiling for a long while , seized an opportunity: to get HIS wish !

Bukhari Volume 1, Book 4, Number 148:

Narrated ‘Aisha: "The wives of the Prophet used to go to an open field to answer the call of nature at night. ‘Umar used to say to the Prophet “Let your wives be veiled,” but Allah’s Apostle would NOT do so. One night Sauda, the wife of the Prophet, went out and, she being a tall lady; ‘Umar said, “I see you, O Sauda! I see you!”.
UMAR said this, as HE desired eagerly that the verses of Al-Hijab may be revealed. So Allah revealed the verses of 'Al-Hijab' "

Can you quite believe how ridiculous the origins are!? Naturally, don't take my word; look it up for yourself direct from the original sources.

The modern 'feminist' arguments for the veil are all retrofits; tailored to make the original, snap decision, seem considered, as though it was planned purely for the benefit of women and nothing to do with keeping strangers from ogling men's possessions!
But, this WAS the original reason; after Mohammed's embarrassment and no doubt anger about his wife being recognised and watched going to the loo (!) ,he gave into to SOMEONE ELSE's wish, and, what do you know? 'allah' magically sent down a suitable verse forthwith. How convenient .
Answered Jul 13, 2014
I'm Muslim too,but I don't believe that we should have hijab,but I don't know,may your parents are strict but if you hate it take it off,god is more kind that we think,he loves us,not because of our appearance
Answered Jul 13, 2014
Same here ... I was forced to wear it... when I was at grade 6 now I am in grade 9... but I think that I am totally okay with it ....
Answered Jul 13, 2014

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