Plane, one the way to frankfurt. 25 jun 11
Since I was heading to Germany using Qatar airlines, I was transit in Doha. Well, that isn’t matter now because now, I just want to random-ing about these Burqha Girls to be compared by Arabian girl who don’t use even veil; well its not valid of course. I saw these non-veiled Arabian women just in the Qatar’s stewardesse. Hey! This is my blog and I am writing, what’s the problem if I’m being random? :p
So, I was using like shuttle bus to go to Doha airport from the airplane. I saw quite many women with burqha and suddebly, I feel soo lucky that I’ve been borned as Indonesian woman. Heil Kartini! Haha. I’m a muslim and I’m considering myself isn’t too hardcore like these girls and I keep wondering, why they’re wearing burqha anyway? I kept looking on them (of course, quietly. Woohoo! I’m a kepo girl!) and one of these burqha girls really, really covered her face with this black-fabric which she using on her head. I was having “God, why they’re even close their face? MasyaAllah! ‘Segitu nistanya apa mukanya? Kayanya jijik banget ampe segala ditutup’-kurang pol kalo pake bhs. Inggris”
For I know, there is no rule in islam or quran (hadist perhaps, I don’t know. Since if you talking about religions, you might have your own rules based on religion you have) to make women MUST wearing burqha. Veil, there is-according to me because there is an ayat which told “Women should covered their aurat, which are from top to toe except face and hands” EXCEPT FACE!; even for me veil has it’s own goodness and badness.
Ok, enough randoming! I feel like ask them straightforward about this: “what’s the good in burqha?”