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Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Topic for the first episode of Season 2 - Hijab?

Bismillah ar-Rahmaan ar-Raheem,

JazakAllah khair for all the emails. SubhanAllah, there are two people answering emails constantly and we are still unable to reach the unread email count down to zero. The lowest we got it down was 43 emails to respond to but while you're answer one email, more emails are coming in and it feels like an endless struggle. Now I know what the mailman feels like. Your words of support really encourages us to continue with the projects of Ummah Films. JazakAllah khair.

Many of the emails have about suggestions/topic ideas for upcomings shows. Alhamdulillah there have been plenty of great suggestions but I can only choose some of them. Since my goal is to complete 8 new episodes for Season 2, I can only have 8 new topics for this season. If there is a Season 3, I can use the other topics then InshAllah. Since I write, edit, and film the shows myself, its very time consuming. I have a normal life like everyone else and last season, I found myself up until the middle of the night trying to write/edit/and film some of the episodes. After a while, you feel burned out and I don't want to do it for the sake of doign it. I want to do it for the right reasons InshAllah.

I think the reason some people find "The Reminder" series entertaining is because it deals with topics that we often may think about but not necessarily say (kinda of like what comedians do..bringing up topics that some people are too afraid to say but since its done in humour...people aren't offended). So I brought up these issues with my opinions on them and people laughed. Some topics were more serious while others were comical but for some reason or another....people watched. I told Thinking Brother that if I do episode 8 "Culture vs Islam", we were going to lose viewers because it was a "sensitive" topic. Keep in mind, my goal wasn't to win a popularity contest but rather speak the truth. Well the impact was the exact opposite...we didn't lose viewers...we gained much more than before (I was suprised). Amazing enough, around 100,000 people a month are watching the videos and Season 1 ended a while ago.

The goal with the videos is to remind the viewer and myself of the little things that we do that is not part of Islam and that we should go back to practicing Islam properly so we can be successful in this life and in the hereafter.

For Season 2, I want to continue the same trend up of bringing up the unspoken issues, even if it means that I have to bring up sensitive topics. If I do bring up a common topic like withu/prayer, I don't want to say the things we have all heard already so many times in lectures/khutbah but rather I want to talk about the side of those issues that often goes unaddressed.

So what the first topic on Season 2? Hijab.

Hijab? (you can't be serious?...)
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At October 26, 2006 2:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not Muslim so not sure what topics that need to be addressed, nor do I know too much about Islam. That's why I don't respond personally. But I am eagerly waiting for season two!

At October 26, 2006 3:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

gud stuff..hope u can enlighten us wht hijab is exactly...as i dunn thk its jus a head scarf :-)

At October 26, 2006 4:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Macha'Allah. We are waiting to see the first episode of Season 2.
Djazak'Allah Ali, you have made the right choise to talk about Hidjab.


At October 26, 2006 5:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


i cant wait!!!

i think i wud be able to relate it to it alot!!:) as i just started observing hijab:)!!!

u rock Baba Ali BRo!:)

Saliha from Sydney~

At October 26, 2006 5:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Inshallah what ever you do, I pray that Allah puts loads of barakah in it.
umm i have a suggestion... what about... 'being muslim after ramadan'...

At October 26, 2006 5:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alhamdulillah that you are doing this. I am from Singapore and sadly things like this don't usually happens. i think its really cool that you are doing this.So rock on!! and keep up the good work insya Allah and Eid Mubarak! :)

At October 26, 2006 6:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ali ....mashallah ur videos were very good. (and entertaining) I just started wearing the hijab this year...so I wouldnt mind hearing some good stuff about it :D

Nour Arab--Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

At October 26, 2006 6:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you sooo much Brother for talking about the Hijab first! I can't wait for your video to come out!!

At October 26, 2006 7:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the hijab is a good topic i think... because many ppl believe it's just a scarf u wear on ur head but it's much more than that. but also, like u had done the video about problems during congregation prayer, maybe u can do something like that but for sisters, because during tarawih this year (and last and the year before) i've seen soo many sisters who have no clue at all. like wearing nailpolish while praying (doesn't validate wudhu), or not wearing proper clothes, feeling like coming to the masjid is fardh upon them too, etc... ESPECIALLY how much they talk during khutbah! i know u're a brother and can't really relate to it, but it'd be nice to hear some sister-topics as well, insha'Allah the hijab one will help :)

At October 26, 2006 7:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaykum

Hijab is a great topic as many people believe it is just the head scarf!
Hijab is a way to dress, and a way of life, an attitude ...

May Allah reward you for taking so much time reminding people, in a funny way! Easier to accept for some!

At October 26, 2006 7:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

awesome topic, ive been waiting for this one! i dont wear hijab but ive been thinking about it, is it rly required? will you go to hell for not wearing it? hope to see the answers to those questions in the video. i loved season one by the way!

At October 26, 2006 7:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hijab is an excellent topic to cover! I practice hijab at the first degree;just covering my hair with the headscraf, and sometimes i waer the second degree; covering my body modestly with a long flowing gown:jilbab.
The reason it is a great topic to cover is that there are SO many misconceptions you have to cover; oppression/being forced etc, and this will be the easiest way to explain those. Also, it makes others and ourselves aware of it.
BTW how about alcohol and dating in your next one?

At October 26, 2006 8:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

From Singapore!

Looking foward to the 2nd season!

At October 26, 2006 11:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your fame has even reached the cold shores of Iceland. I'm a non-muslim myself, and I enjoy your message and show it to my friends. I belive the world is in need of an education about Islam. I think you are doing a good job. Keep it up, we are listening...

At October 26, 2006 12:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alhamdulilah....so many people think "hijab" is A) a scarf and B) just for women....I eagerly await this episode!!!! Insha'Allah...it will live up to expectations....Jazak Allah Khair for doing this--may Allah (SWT) reward you greatly

At October 26, 2006 12:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I don't wear a hijab so I know I'll be watching this and thinking afterwards about whether I should or not so yes please do it.

You'll actually be giving some us that extra push that we need to put it on! It'll also be very good for the blokes to be reminded about male hijab, or tell them what it actually entails.

At October 26, 2006 12:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.S ...Your culture vs Islam one was one of the best from Series 1 , so the more seemingly taboo the subject the better I say (you're saying what we all think/would like to say!)

At October 26, 2006 5:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salam alaikom brother
i am eagerly waiting for the second season, and hoping there will a be a third and fourth and tenth inshallah
may Allah grant u the highest of rewards for your work. as i can see from the comments, ur videos r creating a great awarness for muslims and non muslims alike, and helping them understand certain topics they might have not thought about.
i think dating, and how to do ibadat after ramadan will be great topics to discuss in the future inshAllah
jazak Allah kol khair
Besma...ontario, canada

At October 26, 2006 6:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Aslamualaikum! I have watched all of ur video and believe it or not i'm still laughing everytime I think about them. Mashallah you did a great job to make us laugh :P and u also made us realise few points which we kinda ignored. I'm really excited for season 2 and like I just recently started to wear a Hijab :D loll umm this would be a wonderful topic to talk about and I'm more then sure that alot of sisters would be able to relate to it. Keep up the great work! -salaamz

At October 26, 2006 10:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My daughter and I can not wait for the second season. She sat here one night and watched all of the first season in one sitting. Thank you. It is helping her to understand what I have found in Islam (just reverted in June). She has not reverted (she is only 10) but she prays with me and goes to the majdid with me. She likes wearing the hijab when we go and, inshalla, maybe you can explain it so she can understand it better than I can explain.

At October 27, 2006 1:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the hijab is a great topic to start season 2. I also read someone had mentioned alcohol and dating which are GREAT topics, espc towards the muslim brothers who like to run after hoochie mama kafir women like chickens w/out a head then when the times comes go back 'home' and pick up a virgin wife, astafir'Allah.
anywho keep up the good work
jazak Allah kher

At October 27, 2006 4:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam Ali.

Whatever topic you choose to talk about, I'm sure it's going to be an interesting topic to address.

Hijab especially needs to be understood, not just by the people who don't know it but also by our sisters in Islam who do wear it willingly.

JazakAllah Khair brother.

At October 27, 2006 12:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

sure thats a awesome topic. bcuz some of our sistaz dnt were hijab. i do. but i want 2 wear it. others dont. they probably feel that they wanna show there hair. its not that i have ugly hair (which i dont)i just wanna wear it.cant wait 4 season 2!!!!!;)

At October 27, 2006 3:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what gets me, is the women that take off their hijabs, soon as its eid, or as soon as it's sum1s wedding....what is with the part time hijabis?

I hope u cover that bruv.

JazakhumAllah khairun.
May Allah grant u best of dunya and akhirra ameen.

At October 27, 2006 3:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the choice.. sub7anallah how things sometimes fall into place.. this is a topic that's been on my mind pressingly for some time now .. :)

At October 28, 2006 6:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam from Bosnia! Continue the great work! JazakAllah khayran.

At October 29, 2006 8:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam alaykum,
can't wait for season 2 . You got me , my friends and family hook on your reminder. Now you want to talk about Hijab that's cool. Very contreversial topic nowadays but can't wait to see what you got say. Keep doing what you doing man it's pretty tight.

Jazakallah Khair

At October 29, 2006 10:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu Brother

Do you realy read this? hmm, anyway I just wanted to make sure that you know, that we are many (young+muslim) people from Denmark, and many of us are watching your shows. Inshallah, the 2. Season will be even better than the first.

Wa salamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu

At October 29, 2006 11:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it kinda pisses me off when a brother talks about the hijab and how easy it is.. you don't wear it and you will never know what it's like to wear it.
it's not easy for some women to just put it on. maybe it is for those who have been forced to wear it since birth or have decided to wear it at an early age. it's a struggle for some people. and Allah swt knows no one is perfect.

At October 29, 2006 11:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

asalamu'alekum...!!! well jst to be tru and honest..it's one of the subject i wanned to see in the videos tooo...!! so now since it's inshallah going to be there i am overjoyed..i observe the hijab myself..the headscarf..i have started to lower the gaze as it is required..but the thing is how does one observe jilbab when it is sed u cover urself modestly..but wen u put that across to parents or elders u get that it doesnt say u cant wear traditional clothes it means as long as it's modestly covered u dont wear the jilbab..is that tru bruv? well......
i jst also wanned to say that i loved season 1 and i am eagerly waiting for the second one to come out..!!
jazakamullah kher bruv

At October 30, 2006 4:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salaam aleikum,

3 things (and 1 suggestion) which i thought would be useful to consider for you as well as your readers:

1. Somehow consider mentioning the "politicized" nature of what the hijab has come to symbolize, the former British journalist who converted to Islam, Yvonne Ridley, captures it pretty good here:


2. None of these issues is divorced from the ideological and culture war that is going on both inside the West and overseas in Muslim lands about Muslims/Islam, Women in Islam has always been an issue that is a flashpoint in this war, please feel free to read over Edward Said's work on Orientalism.

3. some mention of the fasiqs and munafiqs who are leading the charge to have women leading prayers, women giving ju'mah khutbahs, or even forcing Muslims to perform same-sex/gay marriages in the masjid (something the "progressive" Muslim lesbian Irshad Manji and her fellow neo-con sock puppet Tareq Fatah would like to see).

Lastly, this medium is giving u a potential platform and a voice which u can use and grow to do much more than simple cookbook da'wah, here is a quick read as to the trend I am referring to:


salaam aleikum,

Kashif (from Michigan)

At October 30, 2006 8:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You did a great job in Season 1. "Muslim while flying" caught my attn. when I was browsing through You Tube, Which led me to watch all the other episodes. They are great. I know second season will be as entertaining and useful as the first one. God Bless You...


At October 30, 2006 10:04 PM, Blogger Kalimaat Fan said...


At November 01, 2006 4:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love your videos, JazakAllah fo them- cant wait for the second season! Hijab would be a very nice topic - since Muslims nowadays think that it is not necessary some actually harbour the view that its not even directly implied in Qur'an :|

Anyways, keep the good work goin, JazakAllah Khair-un-kaseerah! =)

At November 01, 2006 9:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salaamz! ali ur doin a wonderful job mashallah..i cn w8 4 season two! i think sum1 mentioned a topic about muslim afta ramadan i think thats a brilliant idea!!

may allah reward u for ur efforts..



At November 01, 2006 2:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salaam alaykum

I think you should touch up on proper hijab, how it's really supposed to be worn etc. cuz we see lot of muslim sisters these days don't observe proper hijab. jazakAllahu khair, keep up the good work insha'Allah. masalaam

At November 02, 2006 4:03 AM, Blogger Muslimah said...

Salamun’Aalaykum ~ Peace be upon you

Insha Allah you will take the time to read, examine
and think about this message.
I pray that it helps you with your video blogs.

The arabic word “Hijab” in the Quran is used in several

different CONTEXTS (situations, circumstances).

By looking at the word “Hijab” in the Quran

(Allah’s Message: Ahsan ul Hadith/The Best Message 39.23)

we can find the clearest and BEST meaning of the word “Hijab”.

For those who are unsure,
Pickthal, Shakir, Khalifa, Muhammad Muhsin Khan, Majid Fakhry, Almuntadi Alislami are Quran Translators.


Al-Zumar ~ The Throngs
ALLAH has revealed herein the BEST MESSAGE;
a book that is consistent,
and points out both ways (to Heaven and Hell)…

[Allahu nazzala ahsana alHADEETHi…]

The Children of Israel

Wa-itha qara/ta alqur-ana jaAAalna baynaka
wabayna allatheena la yu/minoona
bial-akhirati HIJABan mastooran

When you recite the Quran,
WE place between you and those who
do NOT believe in the HEREAFTER a

And when you recite the Quran,
WE put between you
and those who do NOT believe in the Hereafter a

And when thou recitest the Qur'an we place between thee
and those who believe NOT in the Hereafter a

And when you recite the Quran, We place between you
and those who do not believe in the hereafter a


Al-A’araf ~The Heights

Wabaynahuma HIJABun waAAala al-aAArafi rijalun
yaAArifoona kullan biseemahum wanadaw
as-haba aljannati an salamun AAalaykum
lam yadkhulooha wahum yatmaAAoona

And between them will be a
PARTITION [i.e a wall] [HIJAB],
and on [its] elevations are men who
recognise all by their mark…

A BARRIER [HIJAB] separates them,
while the Purgatory is occupied by people who
recognize EACH SIDE by their look…

[Please note: Purgatory is a place between Heaven and Hell.

And between them will be a
(barrier) SCREEN [HIJAB] …


Mary ~ Maryam
Faittakhathat min doonihim HIJABan faarsalna
ilayha roohana fatamaththala laha basharan sawiyyan

She placed a SCREEN [HIJAB] (to screen herself) from them;
then We sent her our angel, and he appeared before
her as a man in all respects.

And she took, in seclusion from them,
Then WE sent to her Our angel [i.e Gabriel],
and he represented himself to her a well
proportioned man

While a BARRIER [HIJAB] separated her from them,
we sent to her our Spirit.
He went to her in the form of a human being


Al-Ahzab ~ The Clans
…la yastahyee mina alhaqqi wa-itha saaltumoohunna
mataAAan fais-aloohunna min wara-i HIJABin …

…And when you ask (HIS WIVES) for something, ask them
from behind a PARTITION [HIJAB].
This is purer for your hearts
and their hearts.
and it is not
(conceivable or lawful)
for you to harm the messenger
of Allah or to marry his wives after him, ever…

Please note in this verse Allah is saying to THE MEN
that THEY must ask from behind a HIJAB (curtain or screen)
when talking to the WIVES of the Prophet (pbuh)

...And when you ask (HIS WIVES) for anything you want,
ask them from behind a

…And when ye ask of them (THE WIVES of the Prophet)
anything, ask it of them from behind a

…If you have to ask HIS WIVES for something,
ask them from behind a



Faqala innee ahbabtu hubba alkhayri AAan
thikri rabbee hatta tawarat bialHIJABi

And he said: Lo! I have preferred the good things
(of the world) to the remembrance of my Lord;
till they were taken out of sight behind the

And he said, indeed, I gave preference to the love of good (things)
Over the rememberence of my LORD
Until it (i.e. the sun) disappeared into the
CURTAIN [HIJAB] (of darkness)


Fussilat ~ Well Expounded

Waqaloo quloobuna fee akinnatin mimma tadAAoona ilayhi
wafee athanina waqrun wamin baynina
wabaynika HIJABun faiAAmal innana AAamiloona

And they say: Our hearts are under coverings from
that to which you call us, and there is a heaviness in our ears,
and a VEIL [HIJAB] hangs between us and you, so work,
we too are working.

And they say, “Our hearts are within coverings [i.e screened]
from that which you invite us, and
in our ears is deafness,
and between us and you is a
So work, indeed we are working.

They said, "Our minds are made up,
our ears are deaf to your message,
and a BARRIER [HIJAB] separates us from you.
Do what you want, and so will we."

Al-Shoora ~ Counsel

Wama kana libasharin an yukallimahu Allahu illa wahyan
aw min wara-i HIJABin aw yursila rasoolan fayoohiya
bi-ithnihi ma yashao innahu AAaliyyun hakeemun

It is not fitting for a man that ALLAH should speak to
him except by inspiration, or from behind a
or by the sending of a messenger to reveal,
with Allah's permission, what Allah wills:
for He is Most High, Most Wise.

And it is not for any human being that
ALLAH should speak to him
except by revelation or from behind a
Or that He sends a messenger [i.e angel] to reveal,
by His permission, what he wills.

From Allah’s Message (the Quran) we can see that the word

Hijab means:





VEIL; which is USED IN THE QURAN to describe something
that separates, divides or screens like a
Curtain, Screen, Barrier or Partition)


The Children of Israel ~ The Night Journey
I have given you the HEARING, the EYESIGHT,
and the BRAIN,

Al-Zumar ~ The Troops
They are the ones who examine
then follow the best.
These are the ones whom ALLAH has guided;
these are the ones who
possess intelligence.

Al-Mu’minun ~ The Believers
Say, “My LORD, shower us with
Of all the merciful ones
“My LORD, let me not be one of
the transgressing people.


O Most Merciful One, Most Kind One,
Please guide us on
unveil our hearts
if we are blinded to the


At November 02, 2006 6:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


are you saying "hijab" as understood by orthodox islam as a covering of the body, except the face and hands, is not something the language of the qur'an specifies?

At November 02, 2006 7:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

salam alaikum,

you forgot the word KIMAR!

At November 02, 2006 12:00 PM, Blogger Muslimah said...


Just to clarify, my previous comment was just on how Allah has used the word "Hijab" in the Quran,nothing else, as this post is about "Hijab".
I was focusing on the word "Hijab", nothing else.
I think it is good to know how Allah has used the word Hijab in His book/message. I thought it would be helpful for the video blog.

Peace to everyone.

At November 03, 2006 6:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can the sister who wrote the following:-

Fatima said...
My daughter and I can not wait for the second season. She sat here one night and watched all of the first season in one sitting. Thank you. It is helping her to understand what I have found in Islam (just reverted in June). She has not reverted (she is only 10) but she prays with me and goes to the majdid with me. She likes wearing the hijab when we go and, inshalla, maybe you can explain it so she can understand it better than I can explain.

October 26, 2006 10:53 PM

PLEASE contact be on: be_merciful@hotmail.co.uk

JazakiAllahu khayran
Your sister in Islam

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At March 25, 2007 6:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

OH mY ALLAH.. thAT was soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GooooD... NOW NEXT TIME SOME1 ASKS ME ABOUT MY HIJAB I CAN JUST SEND THEM A LINK RATHER THAn EXPLAIN for 2 hours....

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