Heaven's Lights Heaven's Lights: Muslims…Arabs…Pretty Women 3

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Muslims…Arabs…Pretty Women 3

Now , here you are, the Third Part:

=Samah Al-Abaar=
Yes, again, My Adorable Samah. I made 2 wallpapers and I uploaded the first, and this is the second. She is sitting here in Dubai TV News room. I couldn’t help it. I want to share this too with you. Hope it is worthy and lovely as I see it . *_~

=Mona Abed Al-Jani=
Mona Abed Al-Jani used to be actress and singer. I remember her very well When I was little baby, she is cute woman. She used to sing love songs, but she was good lady and sober. She wore the Hejab and still in the media. She presents program on Iqraa TV called (Mona and her sisters).. Like a friendly chatting between Mona and some ladies about many issues in the society. I like her,, she is nice lady and even when she was without Hejab and sing love songs, I think she was special with polite style and sweet voice, not like the new singers who sing with their bodies not their voices.

=Dareen Fahmy=
Dareen Fahmy. Honestly, I don't know her!!!! I found her pictures in a magazine, so I scanned her pictures to be wallpaper here. But as I remember, she is an anchor in Al-Shareqa TV. maybe, Al-Shareqa TV, I'm not sure, but for sure in one of the TVs in UAE. I think she is Palestinian woman. Cute Lady.

=Nadeen Labki=
Wow.Nadeen Labki. Oh, please take it easy. The story of Nadeen is funny. I know that she is the director of some Video clips that may some of you hate. However, she is talented girl if she turns her talent to make good movies and clips that educate people. Besides, she is really gorgeous and has very pretty face and I was wondering like many others why she is prefer to be behind the camera!!!??.
Oh, Yes, I bought the magazine because of her. I don't remember why I have many pictures of her, maybe I scanned from different magazines. I think that because the covers I found from 2 magazines. Anyway, because she has very good shots, I couldn’t put all of them in one wallpaper. So, 2 wallpapers for her. I don't know if she is Muslim or not, but she is sweet Lebanese woman.


Maybe, this part will be the last. I ran out of the pictures! :-D
I scanned all the pictures that I used 2-3 years ago. I saved all pictures in special CDs. All I did is reuse the pictures and made them as wallpapers for you. I remember collecting the magazines during The Holy Month Of Ramadan of many years.
Hope you liked all what I uploaded for you.


Blogger allaboutgq said...

You shouldnt be posting up pictures of women like that who are covering themselves.

But then again, they chose to take pics with the hijab on.

I just wish they didnt do that. It makes me sick. They might as well take the hijab off.

- Omar

7/05/2006 9:54 PM  
Blogger I love Munich said...

Omar ... you're confusing me! Would you be so kind and explain why you said that? Why should Noor not be showing these pictures?
*SIGH* .. each time I think I understand something - I find out I'm mistaken!

Noor ... I find them ALL beautiful, very beautiful even but was a bit astonished to see this Nadeen Labki without hijab!
Where is al-Shareqa TV? I never heard that name ...

You mention Ramadan ... do you happen to know when it'll start this year?

7/06/2006 12:20 AM  
Blogger I love Munich said...


7/06/2006 12:21 AM  
Blogger allaboutgq said...

lol Well Im sorry I confused you.

All I was just saying that it doesnt make sense when women cover themselves, but take pics for everyone to see. Then whats the point of covering?

- Omar

7/06/2006 8:39 AM  
Blogger Noor said...

OMG. What is wrong with you, Omar?!!!!
U shocked me with ur negative comment. So what is ur problem with photos of women with Hijab?!!! Is that make u sick!!! So how about half naked women!!!! U r strange!!! I decided to use the pictures of these gorgeous women to give people of this world our real face. We wear Hijab, but we still look sweet and stylish. We wear Hjiab and dress modestly, but still look nice and lovely. This is my point of all this. Besides, if you want to search for women's wallpapers, u probably will find have indecent wallpapers using women in bad ways. Here, I give u all sweet wallpapers using modest cute and decent women wallpapers to see how u can be respectable and beloved. I have strange love to wallpapers, so I collected all kind of wallpapers. The wallpapers that ii didn't collect was the women and men wallpapers. Mostly, I find unpleasant wallpapers make me SICK. So, can u tell me which is better!!!???? I put now Dareen wallpaper, she is cute and all who came in and saw her said so. All people loved what I did.
I love to collect this kind of photos. I love to take photos. I don't care about what other say. Some people have strange thoughts like who come and say don't draw people because it's Haram-Forbidden. NO SH*T. I love drawing and I will keep drawing no matter what. I'm wise and I can see what is reasonable or unreasonable. Use ur mind and Free ur self from what others try to stuff ur head with.
I prefer to see these wonderful women with their Hijab everywhere. Also, there is nothing wrong if ladies with Hijab taking photos decently. I think it's the most wonderful thing to see.

Karin Dear. I'm so happy u loved my new wallpapers. They are sweet and nice ladies. I love Nadeen too even if she is not wearing Hijab, maybe she is not Muslim in the first place, but she is still cute with pretty face and good talents.
As for Ramadan, maybe it will be after 2 to 3 months. I'm not sure.

7/06/2006 1:55 PM  
Blogger I love Munich said...

Omar ... Noor has an important point here! Here in the West women who wear a hijab are thought to be detatched from anything related to "fashion". The way Noor shows these woman is for MANY here kind of an eyeopener, showing in principle that women can be devout Muslims, respecting and keeping all the laws but at the same time decently but lovely dressed and a delight to look at! People will this way or the other look at women and I feel it does compliment the human sense of vision to see something pleasant, nice looking! In other words it is in MY eyes a great compliment for a Muslim woman if she is capable of getting religion, education and decent beauty under one hat! A woman doesn't have to HIDE if she's religious ... at least this is not MY way of looking at the issue! Everybody can see her WITH hijab .. but NOBODY except her close family or females around her will see her WITHOUT - so ... taking a picture WITH should not pose a problem!
Tell me what you think please ...

7/06/2006 2:13 PM  
Blogger allaboutgq said...


You need to calm down sis. I dont know why you're reacting this way.

Just because people have pictures of half naked women as wallpapers or whatever, doesnt mean you can take pictures of women in hijab like that for everyone to see.

A woman is not meant to be seen like that by anyone, but her husband. A woman's beauty is only for her husband.

If the West thinks Muslim women are oppressed and ugly, well so be it. Thats their problem. We, as Muslims, arent here to please the non-Muslims. We are to please Allah, and Allah alone. No one else.

Noor, the problem is that we are using our own logic. We shouldnt do that. If Allah Subhanawata'la and Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wasalam told us something, then we cant question it.

A non-mehram cannot see a woman.

Im trying to be nice and tell you that what you are doing is wrong since men come on here as well.

As for drawing pictures, thats wrong too. Its haraam. Heres what our Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasalam has said:

“Those who make these images will be punished on the Day of Resurrection, and it will be said to them: ‘Give life to that which you have created.’” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 5951; Muslim, 2108. And he (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The most severely punished of the people on the Day of Resurrection will be the image-makers.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 5950; Muslim, 2109.

I Love Munich, I hope that answered your question as well.


- Omar

7/06/2006 3:22 PM  
Blogger halalhippie said...

As u know , Noor, I have an issue with the hijab..tying my best to overcome it. I got as far as thinking: well, that's how women dress in the ME. fair enough.

But still, Nadeen Labki looks the most appealing to me: she's drop-dead beautiful and unveiled. Maybe it's just more familiar to me.

I'm learning a lot, shokran

7/06/2006 3:25 PM  
Blogger I love Munich said...

A woman is not to be seen LIKE THAT BY ANYONE???
I'd think a woman is not supposed to be seen with barely something on (like so often here) or nude by anyone but her husband ... that is self-understandable - but with Hijab and dressed properly?? At her working-place other men see her as well ... or on the street, shopping ect.! So why not here?

What is "non-mehram" please?

7/06/2006 3:45 PM  
Blogger Noor said...

For God's Sake. Omar, I didn't mean that. It was an idea came up when I wanted to put some pictures for Muslim women. Then, I made wallpapers and I liked the idea. As I said, I have strange passion to wallpaper. I don't use them all the time, but I love to collect as many as I can. So, how great to find wallpapers for decent lovely Muslim sisters in such great polite look.

I met some people with silly thoughts, like: don't take photos or don't draw people. What a silly minds they have!!! If God give me the talent to draw people, so how I can stop and not improve my talent. As for photos, why should we not take pictures and good shots. Without taken photos and films, we will never know about some events in this world and as they said a picture can talk more than 1000 word. And without taken pictures, we will not have pictures of our close relatives and friends who are living far away.
I thought you are one of them. So, tell me, what if I took the pictures that I found in magazines to put it here in good way. You can find pictures of Muslim women in magazines, newspapers and in the net. It doesn't matter as long as they are look nice and decent.
Sorry, I'm not agree with you. Now, me, I'm not covering my face and wear nice stylish clothes, but still with Hijab and go out and soon will drive my own car when I get a job inshaallah. I'm not married and I don't need a man to tight me, I'm old enough to know myself what's right and what's wrong. We are opposed the famous picture of us. We have a freedom for our choices. Yet, we are still live in the limits of our morality, but still find freedom and respect.
Who said I'm not going in the right path and I'm not pleasing God. I can please him even if I'm not wearing the Hijab if I'm good and have the living heart and full of love to God. While, to be honest, there are SOME Muslim girls wearing Hijab and do nasty things because the Hijab not reflecting what's inside each one of us.

OKAY. NOW, Correct ur information. The non-mehram can't see women who are not wearing decent clothes. But, if they are wearing decent clothes, so it's Okay.
Prophet Mohammed and his companions and all Muslims in the beginning of Islam talked to women. Women at that time particpate in many things even in wars. There was a Muslim nurse, who helped all Muslim men and took care of them and Naseeba Bint Kaeeb stood bravely with men in a war to protect prophet. Many examples of great women didn't cover up and stay at home only for husbands. They went out, shared men, and even taught men like Sayida Aisha who taught men, men came to ask her and be her students.
Do you know what?? Maybe soon I will put my own picture as well. WHY NOT? I will do that in time, in near future. I'm not ashamed for what I have done here and I'm so happy that all men and women loved what I did. Maybe I will try to contact some of these women and tell you what they say. Let me see!
Oh, YES, I used to be close friend to famous anchor and she is GREAT, I mean it GREAT LADY. She is not wearing Hijab till now, but she is worth more than 1000 men. I knew her personally and I knew how much she was respectable. I'm telling you, don't judge people by what's appear to you. Try to find the essence of each person and you will find pearls and diamonds.
Omar, Sorry to know you are one of that people whom not using their minds. The image-makers did great jobs; it's depend on how they use this imaging thing…to help and build or to destroy and ruin.

I thought Q will come to talk about Nadeen only, and here I'm struggle with Omar!!!!

Halalhippie: Afowan ;). Even though I'm agree with you, but still, we respect the woman who wear decent clothes and take the straight path.. That doesn't mean I hate who doesn't wear Hijab because some of them wear decent clothes even without covering hair. But there is what's good and what's better. :)

non-mehram is an expression for the person who is not related to woman or not allowed to see her without decent clothes. Therefore, women should not appear indecent to strangers, go with them, or stay alone with them. It's accepted thing to save women from abusing.

7/08/2006 4:31 AM  
Blogger allaboutgq said...


I dont know why you are reacting this way.

Didnt you read the evidence I gave you? Its the words of our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wasalam. He said it was forbidden to draw pictures. What else do you want?

Also, Aisha (r) and women during her time, they all used to cover including faces.

I just dont get why you are using your logic.

I hope you dont put up your picture for everyone to see. Subhana'Allah thats not right.

If showing off a Muslim woman was ok, then the wives of RasoolAllah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasalam would not have covered including their faces. Also, dont forget how they used to talk behind a screen.

Noor, if one rejects the words of Allah and Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasalam, he may very well be out of Islam.

So becareful, Insha'Allah.

May Allah guide us all. Ameen


- Omar

7/08/2006 8:33 AM  
Blogger Al-Hajeji said...

"I'm wise and I can see what is reasonable or unreasonable. Use ur mind and Free ur self from what others try to stuff ur head with. "

Omar (mr gq) is like a brother to me, i respect him and his opinion and I know for sure he is a good practising muslim al'hamdullah.
He is a man that tries his best to obey the Word of Allah and follow the sunnah (traditions) of the prophet. This is how this man thinks; that is what is in his heart and mind - So Allah forbid if he ever "free himself", for he chose Islam as his way of life.

May Allah guide you.

7/08/2006 6:18 PM  
Blogger Noor said...

Omar Omar my dear precious brother. I read ur "evidences" and it's not convincing me, in this topic at least. See, Prophet Mohammed as I assume meant who create images and statues to worship. You reminded me with some visitors who found my room full with toys and dolls, some of them got strange thought that it's bad and Haram to put these dolls in my room as its consider as Sanam. I was stunned by their silly thought, I said: do you think I'm worshipping these toys!!. They said: NO. I replied: so, it's not Sanam for worship, I love to buy toys and I put it as a nice decoration for my room. I'm not stupid to worship piece of stone or clay statue. It's depend on how we look at these things. Besides, Prophet Mohammed once asked his wife Aisha to remove pictures on the wall where he was about to pray, he said: he said: take it away in order not to divert me from my prayer. He didn't say it's Haram, you should throw it outside the house.
I know a lot about this, I know I'm in the right path, I'm not out I'm in and in the base. I don't take the words of others if it's not convincing me. I read myself and I found what I needed to know.
You should think about it dear. Think with me about this imaging thing. Did prophet Mohammed will be mad if these images taken to save lives or to expose crimes. We use the new technology like others to reach the whole world and to spread the truth. We don't make Asnaam to worship, we are more clever than that. We are clever to use our minds and see what's reasonable.

No Omar. The Muslim women in the beginning wore the Hijab without covering the face. As prophet Mohammed told Asma bint Abi Baker to cover herself and not show anything but her face and her hands. I think this Hadeeth is more than enough to give you the right picture. But there are more stories prove that ladies at that time didn't cover their faces.
You should find and read urself and try to go deep into the life history of Prophet Mohammed and how he was easy and indulgent man and not intolerant like these new bigot men.
I'm logical, I can think and use the mind that God give it to me. I can see what's right and what's wrong. I love to be friendly with all people, but I hate who makes this uncomplicated religion a arduous religion on ordinary people.

الإسلام دين يسر و ليس دين عسر
و ما أرسلناك إلا مبشراً و نذيرا

اليسر والتبشير هي أساس الدين
والله يهدي الجميع للوصول إلى هذا الأساس و هذا الجوهر العظيم لديننا الرائع السمح

Al-Hajeji: For God Sake, I didn't meant what you said. What is going on with you.. >:(

7/09/2006 4:40 AM  
Blogger Al-Hajeji said...

asalamu alaykum...

I just re-read the comment:
"I'm wise and I can see what is reasonable or unreasonable..."

And I just realised that you did not mean it, i thought you did. Forgive me.

Anyhow; i still believe that everyone is entitled to their opinion and I just thought that you were a little aggresive at omar before. But your last comment was very reasoning and understandable.
I once recieved a hate mail from an egyptian coptic (who was very anti-islamic), i posted his/her hate mail on my blog with a response. That single post generated 65 comments - in the end, that egyptian coptic may had changed his mind through reasoning. He did you use a lot of bad words, and I felt like swearing back, but I held myself.
Plus without the help of the good people that visited, i couldn't handle it. Especially when Karin (i love munich) came in with the support, that egyptian guy was shocked by her as she had refuted him and gave an independant unbiased opinion. (thanks karin). AbdulHalim & mr gq also helped in to reason him.

Anyway this is an interesting debate.
Take care...

7/09/2006 4:11 PM  
Blogger Noor said...

Al-Hajeji: thanks God u understood my point here. As for that "infidel from USA" as he called himself. I was there and read everything, but I didn't want to share because the nasty words. I wanted to say one thing. He sent you e-mail to be a personal dialogue between you and him. He could put all his nasty letter in a comment without sending his e-mail to you. Well, you put it publicly and it was good and bad. Good to let other share their thoughts and make it like a widened dialogue that let him see the reactions of other western good people who are really wise and wonderful like Karin, Chet and others. Bad because he could got more fanaticism to see all thing has been exposed to all people. But it was good to open that debate to all people.
I was shocked when I found out he was Egyptian. So, he is Arabic even though Coptic. Prophet Mohammed asked people to be nice and kind to coptic people as they became relatives to us.

7/10/2006 4:28 AM  
Blogger Tristan Vick said...


Thanks your for sharing these pictures. A woman's face is always beautiful because God made it beautiful.

If a woman wears a Hijab, then isn't that the personal obediance a woman shows in her worship?

I think it is wrong to force anybody to cover their head or face, but if they choose to so that they may personally worship God better, then that is between them and God.

Even Jewish women cover their heads. There are many cultures which consider modesty a great attribute to have.

mr gg-

I recommend you read the book "SNOW" by Orhan Pamuk.


Your religious zeal is as impressive as ever. These are admirable qualities to have. Yet in the hopes of goodwill and peace, let us not forget what one of your Muslim prophets once said,

“But if you had known what this means, ‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice,’ you would not have condemned the guiltless.”

I think for all of us who are religious, it is important to love first, above all things, so that we may live good lives. Our religion can aid us, but to truly be good, we have to make that choice from the inside out.

Noor- You are a wonderful and sweet person, please keep writing these insightful blogs. For an uneducated American like me, it opens my eyes! Thank you.

7/10/2006 7:50 PM  
Blogger Noor said...

Dear Tristan. That's really nice of U. mostly, it's a personal choice for ladies to cover heads and faces. In Gulf area, lots of women still wear Abaya and Shelaa, Plus some cover their faces too. I tried that and I don't think I can cover my face all time. it's hard for one who don't use to do it. But, I think, the base of Hijab is to cover head and wear decent clothes as prophet Mohammed told Asma…not the face.

7/12/2006 2:39 AM  
Anonymous a Moroccan said...

sorry but this is an unimportant topic with unimportant pictures and that is not islam

11/09/2006 9:34 PM  

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