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A Pakistani Twitter user Minahil shared a tweet explaining how she was harassed while wearing a hijaab and said, “this shit didn’t protect me from the bhookay shairs of our society”, which opened a Twitter war.
Another Pakistani girl and blogger مناہل stood up for hijab and asked exactly how taking it off and clothes empower women and protect their rights?
She also critically questioned how dancing on the streets of Lahore by throwing off your chadders make you rule the world? How?
In reply to the user who used the term, “shit” for hijab and claimed that removing hijab makes people safer this girl rather argued why wasn’t Qandeel Baloch protected & why it didn’t save her?
Many others stood against the girl who used the term, “shit” for Hijab.
Islam ko follow karna na karna sb ka persnl matter hai.
But logo k faults ka malba parda py ya kisi or islami practice py nahi dalna chiye.
— saif khan (@SAlF_KHAN) June 30, 2017
Defaming Hijab and religion isn't how women can become stronger..
— ☀Marriam (@MarriamAwan) June 29, 2017
And I do get ur point too it's just pakistani men mentality they will stare at u no matter how u r dresses but babe please don't blame hijab
— Rukhma ali (@hunny_16) June 28, 2017
Larai Larai Maaf Karo, Allah ka ghar saaf karo was the call by many Twitter users.