August 21, 2017

WATCH: Burka-wearing Islamic preacher says plucking eyebrows is a “major sin” in the eyes of Allah

StaffRebel Columnist

A burka-clad Islamic preacher in Sydney warned against female grooming and disobeying Allah during a 2 hour sermon.

The Daily Mail reports that Umm Jamaal ud-Din said it was “haram” for women to pluck their eyebrows even for hygienic reasons.



“You're still falling into a major sin whatever you like to call it yourself,” she said in a YouTube video. “You can say as many things that Allah makes haram, like plucking the eyebrows.”

What do you think? Let us know in the comments.

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commented 2017-08-22 18:50:50 -0400
Don Macdonald; Good one, but the truth is they’re a veiled people. These body bags hide their body language. Much like the Sheiks in Saudi Arabia. Much like their occluded moon. Taqiyyah for the body.
commented 2017-08-22 16:20:01 -0400
I’ve always suspected that the main reason these women wear burkas/naqibs is to hide their ever widening butt from the public view. A pair of jeans would answer the question asked by women " Do these pants make my ass look big? " , but a burka/naqib won’t reveal the truth as easily. However I have stood behind women in burkas and the axe handle wide impression they are showing on the back of their burka/naqib leaves little to the imagination. Coming from a part of the world where large butts are revered it’s easy to see why these women wear these body bags. This situation is a gift from Allah . With a booty that would make an Arab smile , these women could easily get jobs as McDonald’s managers or Airport passenger security checkers. I may be wrong but I suspect both those jobs have minimum ass width requirements.
This allows burka/naqib wearing women to have their cake and eat it too !
commented 2017-08-22 14:59:53 -0400
Jay Kelly: But Islam’s perception of God is that of Master and they his slaves. Christianity knows God as the Father and we are His children. Two different perceptions, two completely different reasons for praying.
commented 2017-08-22 01:59:52 -0400
Whew! First time I’ve been able to access the Rebel since the Charlottesville fiasco and only by going through Ezra’s show. Could not get to the Rebel using any platform. That was odd.
commented 2017-08-22 01:50:45 -0400
Jay, I don’t FEEL violence is perpetrated daily in the name of Islam, I KNOW violence is peretrated daily in the name of Islam. But I simply follow it in the news from around the world and report it. As of this morning, since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 33,911 Attacks, 218,722 Killed, 299,919 Injured that we know of. Those are the numbers. Those are facts. If you don’t think that indicates there’s a problem with Islam that’s way out of proportion to any problems there might be with other religions, then you have your head stuck in the sand. But that’s entirely up to you. By the way, I DO pray for peace every night, but I pray to the God of the Bible, not Allah. And I do appreciate the few Muslims who are fighting for peace and modernity. It takes special courage for them, because they’re putting their lives on the line when they speak out.
commented 2017-08-22 01:42:32 -0400
Jay Kelly the word means “SUBMIT” , how is that peaceful to anyone who does not freely submit?
commented 2017-08-22 01:41:22 -0400
Jay Kelly how sad that you ignore the FACT that it does happen every day.
commented 2017-08-22 01:19:03 -0400
Maurice, how sad that you feel violence is perpetrated daily in the name of Islam. You may be reading The Rebel input which posts such things. Imagine, every single day violence is proposed in the name of Islam, even though Islam is the religion of peace.

The numbers speak for themselves. Every day Muslims turn to God in prayer. Millions of Muslims. Every day Christians turn to God in prayer, asking him to pour his peace into the world. Christians often ask the help of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Muslims also show deep respect for Mary, the mother of Jesus.

Every single day there is violence committed in the world, and likely in Canada, in the name of religion.

Perhaps it is time we “man-up” and actually acknowledge the prayers of so many men and women. Perhaps this is the time for us to agree to join in prayer. Every day, at least a brief prayer for peace.
commented 2017-08-22 00:03:39 -0400
Funny thing the last time I got a haircut was in a family owned and operated barber shop run by Arabs and the barber asked me if I wanted my eyebrows trimmed. And they asked the same question to every other customer who was in the shop while I was there.
commented 2017-08-21 22:25:23 -0400
Jan, I don’t comment that often because I believe most of the news coverage and commentary here are self-explanatory and don’t need my 2 cents, even when I disagree with them. I mainly post when I have strong feelings about the subject matter, or believe I may have something positive to contribute to the conversation. However, I must admit that I occasionally have a little fun poking the trolls and stupid people (not very Christian, I know). But I do believe it’s very important for everyone to keep up to date on the violence perpetrated daily in the name of Islam. No need to elaborate, the numbers speak for themselves. If someone supports Islam, then know that’s what they’re supporting. However, I certainly appreciate your kind words.

Like you, I was unable to access the website from the day following the events in Charlottesville until about 3:00 PM PST today. I had tried using Google, Google Chrome, Firefox, Explorer and Bing. However it’s working now and that’s what matters. Ezra said he’ll explain further what happened on tomorrow’s show. If I had my own blog post, I’d have keep writing more articles…. and I’m lazy.
commented 2017-08-21 21:38:15 -0400
Maurice: I’ve had problems the past few days trying to get into the website with Chrome. I was able to get in today using explorer.
While I have you, I went back to get some info on Michael Coren and read one of your posts in 2015 when you gave your background on Catholicism. You should have your own blog, or whatever, Maurice. You are a great writer and always have appreciated insight.
I’m concerned about TheRebel. I checked out youtube and there are a lot of questionable commenters shooting down TheRebel. They don’t strike me as regular contributors, rather hired help making comments to dissuade readers from connecting to TheRebel. Trouble makers.
commented 2017-08-21 19:47:31 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,911 Attacks, 218,722 Killed, 299,919 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017

I haven’t posted for a few days because TheRebel.Media website went off line in my area shortly after all the Charlottesville fallout. It just came back on line about an hour ago. Did anyone else have the same experience?
commented 2017-08-21 18:52:29 -0400
Eh! – you burka-clad Islamic preacher – God says it’s a terrible sin to diminish a woman’s body by declitting her!! – to hell with your satqnic allah!!
Get that sack off your head & start smelling the roses – instead of that stinky BO of yours! Yes – you Islamic women most often stink of terrible BO when walking around Costco!!
commented 2017-08-21 18:26:43 -0400
So plucking eyebrows is out, not to worry, they can still pluck 9 yr old girls, boys also, for that matter.
commented 2017-08-21 18:18:01 -0400
I wonder which part of the Koran says this??
commented 2017-08-21 18:17:37 -0400
Bill and Freedom got that right.
commented 2017-08-21 17:05:14 -0400
If she’s this pathologically repulsed by female grooming, I’m very thankful we will never see her without that body bag covering all that ungroomed mass of sexual frustration.
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