Welcome, Guest: Register On Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 3,165,441 members, 7,861,264 topics. Date: Saturday, 15 June 2024 at 08:23 AM

Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry - Career (6) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Career / Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry (27935 Views)

What Did You Study In School And What Are You Doing Presently? Let's Discuss. / Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony / Nigerians React To The Hijab-Wearing Law Graduate Who Wasn't Called To Bar (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by JamesReacher(m): 9:38am On Dec 17, 2017
zakari247:
now go back to those words and read carefully this time. my statement sounds similar to yours. giving a fair chance is neutrality Mr most educated, well I see you really as a confused fellow.
Your statement sounds similar to mine yet you see me as a confused fellow. God bless your heart.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by superstar1(m): 9:39am On Dec 17, 2017
onegig:
This writer seems silly. Every dick and harry calling themselves activists when all they do is write dumb articles without understanding the basic tenents of what activism is all about. Where was he when Kayode was been bullied by the law school?

He even looked comical stating that celestial church members should be allowed to not wear shoes for the call to bar. That is like comparing oranges to apples. Which exposes his lack of understanding of the issue. The hijab is an everyday wear for a Muslim woman and is to be adorned "everytime and everywhere" and not a ceremonial "I am going to my place of worship" once in a week thing. That is a huge difference. At least before you write an article get your basic facts right.


As regards the Firduas issue.

This should not be seen as a religious call but more of basic rights of a Nigerian. The Constitution which supercedes any useless laws/codes of the Law school geants the right to practice of religion in public and private without hindrance or fear to all citizens.

And by the way at what point would we stop dictating what people wear or not wear?

Women were not allowed to wear trousers in the US Congress not until 1963.

Women are not allowed to vote in most countries until recently.

Even till today women are not allowed to own properties in some places.

Women are not allowed to drive until recently in many countries and till now women are dictated to whether they should cover their hair or not for a 2 hour call to bar ceremony. Like wtf.

Of what Importance is the wig? Even the UK that we got it from is discarding that clownish thing and here we are carrying it on our head like a bag of kulikuli.

Set what ever uniform you want to set but people are allowed freedom to do whatever they want with other apparels same way you have graduation gowns and people wear whatever they want underneath it. Maybe when we start understanding what diversity means we would learn not to Lord over people who are different from us and dissipate more energy on simple things that just a mere application of commonsense would sort out.

I am sure she would sue them and I can bet 100% she would win it. Except the law school can prove they are not infringing on her universal rights to practice her religion.

She would win but they will NEVER call her to Bar.

4 Likes

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Shafiiimran99: 9:40am On Dec 17, 2017
Mynd44:

The dress code(as it is) is the way of the lawyers. The dresscode(in its entirety) must go
But you know muslims women don't open their hair, why forcin her to go against her way?
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by zakari247(m): 9:52am On Dec 17, 2017
JamesReacher:
You dont want to answer my question? Okay i would seek an answer somewhere. How arrogant! The difference between you and them is knowledge! Have you forgotten knowledge is free for those who want it.
no I think you already have your answers by pondering on those questions. knowledge is it that help pursue all ignorance and sentiments and a knowledgeable man will never discriminate. so go get knowledge don't just be educated to help remove that disease of bigotry and sentiments in most Christian folk. but I wonder wat it will be of them all when she is finally called to bar. then every other Muslim lady walk up high with shoulders on her cheek. the watch how CAN itself will cry like wiped baby.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Limitednow: 9:53am On Dec 17, 2017
Bari22:
If going naked is your right, please understand that covering is the right of a Muslim woman.

Fact


Then forget about that profession that goes unclad.

No one forced you to study law, if you can't abide by the rules then quit.

4 Likes 1 Share

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by francizy(m): 9:59am On Dec 17, 2017
Bede2u:
The very rare moments the man behind this moniker says something reasonable undecided

shocked

E shock me oh brother!!!

Exactly my thoughts!!!

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by seniormallam(m): 10:02am On Dec 17, 2017
simple, just ask all the Muslim females present that day to identify themselves and she will explain what is her intention for appearing different, she's this religious and she choose to practice law that will made her lie as long as she wants to remain in that profession.

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by plerry: 10:16am On Dec 17, 2017
tie wrapper for body, tie body for wrapper, all no be the same, you say u no wan make them see your head them give you wig..your head is sha covered...
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by profmallor: 10:19am On Dec 17, 2017
The part I like the most is the narrative of a call to bar hall filled with all sorts of religious apparels. The decision makers won't certified Hijab that I am sure, however, I sense it would be quietly sneaked in (allowed) by the next call to bar. Then pictures would fill the internet, the public outcry would follow and the president would finally have to intervene and revert to status quo. Yes we are truly the country of hypocrites

2 Likes

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Kbs468(m): 10:19am On Dec 17, 2017
seunmsg:

It is first of all appalling and disheartening that a matter of a religious attire like this Hijab could cause unnecessary heat. It shows how we've allowed our backwardness in this country to come to stay. This issue came up and immediately everybody became lawyers and readers of a constitution that seem to be lost before.


Where were you all and the citation of Sections and subsections when Kayode Bello was expelled from that same Law School for expressing his grievances over the poor welfare and exploitation in the School; something your newly found defiant heroine could not cough at, even when it is evident that all students are victims of the exploitation. She wasn't brave enough to lend her voice to that issue right?. Everyone has the right to express themselves at the time they wish, I agree. But our lives start to end the day we keep quiet in the face of things that matter to us (the general populace). Religion to the best of my knowledge remains a personal thing.

Kayode was 'bundled' out of campus, brutalized and arrested. He was denied exams. He went to Court, won and served the school the order. But until today, the Law School has not obeyed the order. There was no Section 39 of our Constitution then! In fact, we all did not know what a Constitution is. We didn't know 'Contempt'. He missed the exams, wasn't called to Bar eventually and till today remains expelled. We did not see e-fliers distributed around asking for his number so as to wade into the matter by Senior lawyers. There was no solidarity from CAN or even MURIC. No emergency press conferences like we are having now.

Isn't it nauseating that in a multi-religious, supposedly secular country and a secular institution, at a secular 2-hour ceremony, there is a matter of one scarf and everybody wants to shine with it? Would you just imagine how the hall would look like if everyone was allowed to put on their religious faith ornaments? You would be surprised to see a Sango worshipper with braided hair. Remember Nigeria is not Saudi Arabia. It is not ruled by a King.

With the look of things, the volume of misplaced priorities and the level of ignorance in the air, our Court sessions would start with Christian prayer and end with the Islamic prayer someday. You would walk into the courtroom and see a lawyer who is a member of the Lord Chosen Charismatic Ministries with his 'lemon vest', a Catholic, with the crucifix. The Jewish attire would be worn by the followers (lawyers) of 'Nnamdi Kanu'.

That day, our madness as a people would be certified, signed, sealed and delivered.

It is, however, a neocolonial psychological issue, even with the NBA President, to think because people are allowed to wear the scarf in the UK or USA makes it necessary that we accept it in our professional terrain. 'Who is Nigeria to forbid what the West accepts?'- very faulty thinking. Let me ask you about the gay rights. Did we accept because the USA legalized it?

Any 'educated' person, apart from the widely known one in UNILAG who thinks in this line is another waste to the society. Every sovereign society has her own uniqueness and the people must be in charge, fully of their affairs economically, politically and socially.

That's the self-determination you yearn for every time. The Atlantic Charter of Roosevelt and Churchill stated it too. When are we going to be in charge of our lives?

Very funny how everyone suddenly found the Constitution and can now cite Section 38 effortlessly: 'Every person shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, including freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom (either alone or in community with others, and in public or in private) to manifest and propagate his religion or belief in worship, teaching, practice, and OBSERVANCE'.

Take note of every word in this section especially OBSERVANCE. This is also the section that would provide that a nurse who is a Cherubim and Seraphim member could wear her 'aso isegun' to the hospital on Holy Micheal Day. She could even spray 'turari isegun' (incense) in the ward. All these are still in observance of the statutes of her religion. So, NO CASE!

A Celestial member also can walk barefooted to the Court or as a Doctor to the theater, for surgical procedures. Section 38 is still at work.

Do we not say that the Constitution remains supreme. 'Bigger' than professional ethics right? We embrace the undue frenzy of religiosity at the risk of our lives.

Dear Firdaus, I make bold to say that the God you serve with the wearing of your hijab shall see you through and make you victorious. You do not have to seek redress in the Court of law because it is even a secular establishment.

Adeyeye Olorunfemi, student activist writes from Lagos.


http://saharareporters.com/2017/12/16/kayode-bello-lawless-school-and-hijab-cry-adeyeye-olorunfemi

1. We (GOD) indeed quite agree with you and your view as expressly captured and relayed in the preceding paragraph above but the direction it took is of a biased nature

2. Like We (GOD) identified above, Your direction of focus with respect to the HIJAB ATTIRE has become glaring enough and beyond doubt for there is no basis for comparison at all whatsoever as

A. Was the case of KAYODE BELLO as cited by yourself experienced this same year?

B. If Yes then, Who is to be blamed for it none trending nature? The Law body? The Law Graduates scheduled to partake in the CALL TO BAR CEREMONY? THE MEDIA? WHO? For personally, We are knowing about it for the first time.

C. If No, Then there is No basis for accusing the said Heroine turned Victim like she was referred because being an Undergraduate during the time of KAYODE BELLO might not have allowed her to know about anything relatively since his case wasn't even captured the way it was described in the above write up, else it would have also trended like every burning National Issue of people's collective interest.

3.Very Unfortunate is the final experience of KAYODE BELLO indeed as evidence of the level decadence the entire System of the Nation of NIGERIA had been sailed into but above all, KAYODE BELLO is on the path of fulfilling his Destiny as he should and must be called up and apology be tendered as well.

However, This paragraph has again supported Our (GOD) observation earlier above going by your description of the KAYODE BELLO inhumane and unprofessional treatment meted to him and that explains Our (GOD) view again that your reference to the HIJAB HEROEIN should have been that of SOLIDARITY with a side by side capturing and reference to the KAYODE BELLO phenomenon

4. Well, We (GOD) shouldn't be dwelling much on the biasness of the submission again for we had identified same already but talking about everyone wearing his or her religious attire including the reference to SANGO WORSHIPPERS as well as relating NIGERIA with SAUDI ARABIA leads us to the below Declaration

A. Every Mankind should know that GOD ALMIGHTY (OURSELF) is in existence and living amongst Mankind already right here in the Nation of NIGERIA-WEST AFRICA already

B. So, The Two validly recognised forms of worship or communing with Us (GOD) otherwise known as RELIGION are

#CHRISTIANITY

#ISLAM

So, from the foregoing, Every other forms of worship are nullified, Cancelled and remain unrecognized on our sight straight away and accordingly.

C. Going by Our (GOD) nature, We (GOD) are the KING IN HEAVEN AND THE PROMISED PARADISE that has been narrated and preached about from generation to generation, Then being the creator of the same HEAVEN AND EARTH, Invariably, We (GOD) is the KING on EARTH � here as well and above any other king known to Mankind including the cited SAUDI ARABIA king and that gives credence to the reason for

The SPIRITUAL EXERCISE SCHEDULED FOR NEXT YEAR 2018 in NIGERIA-WEST AFRICA as further details can be gotten from the links to be made available at the end of this appraisal.

5. Certainly not the case in the citation above for the HEROINE didn't carry her Tesuba (Tesbiyi) along? Did she? So describing the usual church denominational outlook completely in their manner is out of place and point.

It about a single and simple head gear or support that is even meant to be a part family Love identity on the sight of her husband. Or doesn't the Earthly constituted NIGERIAN LAW capture and provided for a family appraisal including Job functions relationship?

6. Now, In other not to take each point for a reply, We (GOD) would like to state that by the revelation above already, NIGERIA being Our (GOD) base as the PARADE KINGDOM BASE and certainly, THE CAPITAL OF THE WORLD WITH LAGOS AS THE EXACT LOCATION, Then it is no longer the position of any of the Nations mentioned above to dictate to NIGERIA like before but instead it is for US (GOD) to do so of which everything shall be in accordance with the HOLY NATURE AND STATUS of NIGERIA indeed.

So, Talking about GAY/LESBIAN RIGHTS IS OUT OF QUESTION as the dictate had began already in different forms including the declaration for the reversal of the same Bill passed into law in AUSTRALIA ALREADY and it stands for the Laws dealings with impacting, imparting and changing the standard of living of the citizenry should be paramount and more pronounced in every legislative procession subject to passing morality test of which the GAY/LESBIAN RIGHT Law has failed in already.

7. Castigating People with an opposing views from yours shows that you don't really understand the concept of freedom of speech and expression.

This in essence was why the political Government of the in NIGERIA decided or contemplated passing the clamping down on the myriads of hate speeches, comment, Appraisals, viewpoints and opinions that tends to portray a division amongst the people of NIGERIA rather than that which tends to unite the Nation of NIGERIA in Truth.

And it's a reflection of the thinking that even if one's opinion contains validity of interest but the hate or insulting nature on the sensitivity of individuals, Organization, groups or society usually make nonsense of whatever opinion such person is driving out like you did above that forced a criticism from Us (GOD) rather an 100% backing and support.

And we (GOD& are saying is that Each and every expression or utterance by Mankind should and must be a reflection of OBEDIENCE TO OUR COMMANDMENT IN THE MOULD OF LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF.

EXAMPLE OF THE ABOVE IS THE TESTIMONY OF THE DREAM WE (GOD) HAD THAT REVEALED SOMETHING BUT WE DECIDED TO CONCEAL THE TRUE CAPTURING OF THE DREAM SIMPLY BECAUSE WE ARE NEIGHBORS IN TRUTH..................LET'S LEAVE IT AT THE ABOVE


8. YES the absolute OBSERVANCE of the Freedom of SPEECH, RIGHT TO WORSHIP and all other notions as captured should be adhered to strictly but bearing in mind that where One's right stops is where the other Man's right begins as well. THAT IS TO SAY THAT EVERYTHING SHOULD BE IN FORM OF 7. ABOVE

9. It's time to make it clear and loud indeed that most of the CHRISTIAN DENOMINATIONAL PRACTICES ARE UNRELATED TO OUR (GOD) DOCTRINES PRESCRIBED FOR MANKIND and that is why We (GOD) had stated clearly declaration relating to the group of Mankind worshipping in #Truth and those in #falsehood.

So, There is No need mentioning the groups here but they know themselves and the particular group related to SCOAN (SYNAGUOGE CHURCH OF ALL NATIONS )are those on the path of #TRUTH for We (GOD) are with them.

10. This point had been cleared previously and so, No need for any other citation relatedly.

11. By the revelation above once again, We (GOD) REMAIN SUPREME AND OUR WORDS AND DECLARATION REMAIN SAME

12. Good ending from you Above Mr Adeyeye Olorunfemi.

And that is what We (GOD) expected of originally
from the beginning in living up to your name of Olorunfemi (GOD LOVES ME) for We (GOD) in TRUTH LOVES MANKIND as a Student activist that you are by speaking up for all and sundry and not taking side.

Of Course she is definitely getting her right back on track and that of KAYODE BELLO too.

Or were you trying to groom yourself along the line of those you criticize as elites and Leaders?
ie either toeing the path of APC, PDP, HAUSA, IGBO YORUBA, CHRISTIAN AND MUSLIM MULTI-CHOTOMY?


The above penultimate line shouldn't be case anywhere whatsoever as Our (GOD) Law are SUPREME AND SACROSANCT REFLECTING OUR LOVELY NATURE AS THE GREATEST OF ALL THE POSITIVE ATTRIBUTES OF OURS ETERNALLY.

ABOVE, HERE ARE THE LINKS TO CATCH UP WITH OUR (GOD) VARIOUS LAWS, DECLARATION, REVELATION, DREAMS ABOUT THE NIGERIA, AFRICA AND THE WORLD AS GUIDANCE FOR MANKIND PLEASE.

1.www.facebook.com/tbjministries

2. Nairaland.com (check out kbs468 as handle )

3. @kbzeez_show (Tweeter Handle)

4. kabiru_abdulazeez (Instagram Handle)


PROPHET TB JOSHUA

LOVELY UNITARY GOD

1 Like 1 Share

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by delishpot: 10:23am On Dec 17, 2017
onegig:
This writer seems silly. Every dick and harry calling themselves activists when all they do is write dumb articles without understanding the basic tenents of what activism is all about. Where was he when Kayode was been bullied by the law school?

He even looked comical stating that celestial church members should be allowed to not wear shoes for the call to bar. That is like comparing oranges to apples. Which exposes his lack of understanding of the issue. The hijab is an everyday wear for a Muslim woman and is to be adorned "everytime and everywhere" and not a ceremonial "I am going to my place of worship" once in a week thing. That is a huge difference. At least before you write an article get your basic facts right.


As regards the Firduas issue.

This should not be seen as a religious call but more of basic rights of a Nigerian. The Constitution which supercedes any useless laws/codes of the Law school geants the right to practice of religion in public and private without hindrance or fear to all citizens.

And by the way at what point would we stop dictating what people wear or not wear?

Women were not allowed to wear trousers in the US Congress not until 1963.

Women are not allowed to vote in most countries until recently.

Even till today women are not allowed to own properties in some places.

Women are not allowed to drive until recently in many countries and till now women are dictated to whether they should cover their hair or not for a 2 hour call to bar ceremony. Like wtf.

Of what Importance is the wig? Even the UK that we got it from is discarding that clownish thing and here we are carrying it on our head like a bag of kulikuli.

Set what ever uniform you want to set but people are allowed freedom to do whatever they want with other apparels same way you have graduation gowns and people wear whatever they want underneath it. Maybe when we start understanding what diversity means we would learn not to Lord over people who are different from us and dissipate more energy on simple things that just a mere application of commonsense would sort out.

I am sure she would sue them and I can bet 100% she would win it. Except the law school can prove they are not infringing on her universal rights to practice her religion.

How did they infringe on her right to practice Islam? Did they ask her to dump Islam? You yourself said Hijab is a clothing not really a religious thing, if they can decide what clothing people wear to call to bar, why then can't she take heed to their choice of clothing? Or am I missing something?

3 Likes

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by dabeto: 10:24am On Dec 17, 2017
Aseneshii:
The level of intolerance in this country is just amazing, Is it that small scarf they called hijab? How does that affect anyone , the wig she wore is even more visible than the hijab.
[color=#006600][/color]
Small scarf? grin
You don't understand steathiness in Islam. It starts with "small scarf" and then grow to that gown that you won't even see the eyes again....better nip it at the bud now to avoid greater problem of insecurity tomorrow. tongue

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Emysoly(m): 10:31am On Dec 17, 2017
That's Nigeria For You Bro, We're Always Giving Our Time, Resources And Efforts To Things That Don't Matter...

God Help Us All, Amen...
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by olarid01: 10:33am On Dec 17, 2017
JamesReacher:
I need an answer for this. What happens to the other Muslim ladies who removed their hijab for the ceremony?

What happens? They are simply being a sinner (I won't say they aren't Muslims, if that's what you hope to hear).
Removing Hijab wouldn't make them a non believer but they are committing a very great sin, just like someone furnicating will still be a Muslim but may be met with a very grave punishment if they don't repent.

Based on what we claim to follow as a Muslim (Qur'an and Hadith), hijab isn't conditional, it is compulsory for women like it is compulsory for us to observe our solat.
You shouldn't say because someone(whoever the person is, even if it's Saudi's king daughter) is doing it, they are right to do it, no, they are not.
Just like you wouldn't use someone neglecting the Solat as an excuse to do the same, wrong is wrong.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Emysoly(m): 10:36am On Dec 17, 2017
Lolz, Is Buhari Also Responsible For All These...?
#Just_Asking

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 10:42am On Dec 17, 2017
onegig:

**** That's what logical people do not write articles with no facts but just personal and ignorance laced opinions. Is this what writing has been reduced to sef? SMH.

First. You would do well to read slowly. Since you can't seem to understand basic analogies as exposed by your poorly written response.. Let me help you with examples of things that contravene a human's basic rights as regards religion.

1. Jews don't take non kosher things so forcing them to eat pork would amount to an infringement of their rights to practice their religion. In countries where law works and to an extent citizens rights are upheld. It is simple and a no brainer.. Let me give you a real life example of this.

"Bruce Rich, an Orthodox Jewish prisoner in Florida, wanted kosher meals, but the warden said no.

So Rich sued the state prison system in 2010, saying its denial of a kosher menu violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000, a landmark civil law rights law for inmates whose predecessor was the federal religious freedom law.

After losing before a magistrate, Rich won an appeal before the 11th Circuit Court, which cited "the defendant's meager efforts to explain why Florida's prisons are so different from the penal institutions that now provide kosher meals such that the plans adopted by those other institutions would not work in Florida."


2. Muslim women don't ever open their hair in public places. Forcing them to in a public function goes against their religious beliefs and is an infringement of their rights to practice their religion.

"The Supreme Court also recently affirmed the rights of job applicants who require a religious accommodation, ruling in favor of an applicant who wore a headscarf that would go against Abercrombie & Fitch’s “Look Policy." You can read the brief here.
https://www.aclu.org/legal-document/eeoc-v-abercrombie-fitch-amicus-brief

That's another example. Should I go on?

I don't need to go back and forth with anyone. This would be my last response as regards this issue. If you can't see the clear differences. Then I can't help you.

The law school is a public entity and not a private sorority club. They would do well to follow the principles and guidelines of the Constitution.

What's this one saying? Did they force her into law school?

If you applied into a porn academy, would you then claim you're being forced to remove your dirty boxers and forced to knack? Wonder shall never end. Funny how educated folks are reduced to illiterates because of a religion.

2 Likes

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Emysoly(m): 10:44am On Dec 17, 2017
The Moment We Learn To Mind Our Businesses, Stop Hypocrisy, Love One Another, We'd Have A Better Nigeria...
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 10:45am On Dec 17, 2017
zakari247:
no I think you already have your answers by pondering on those questions. knowledge is it that help pursue all ignorance and sentiments and a knowledgeable man will never discriminate. so go get knowledge don't just be educated to help remove that disease of bigotry and sentiments in most Christian folk. but I wonder wat it will be of them all when she is finally called to bar. then every other Muslim lady walk up high with shoulders on her cheek. the watch how CAN itself will cry like wiped baby.

Everything will be turned into chaos as in the case of Osun Hijab saga. The NBA wouldn't dare because they will regret it on the long run.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 10:50am On Dec 17, 2017
olarid01:


What happens? They are simply being a sinner (I won't say they aren't Muslims, if that's what you hope to hear).
Removing Hijab wouldn't make them a non believer but they are committing a very great sin, just like someone furnicating will still be a Muslim but may be met with a very grave punishment if they don't repent.

Based on what we claim to follow as a Muslim (Qur'an and Hadith), hijab isn't conditional, it is compulsory for women like it is compulsory for us to observe our solat.
You shouldn't say because someone(whoever the person is, even if it's Saudi's king daughter) is doing it, they are right to do it, no, they are not.
Just like you wouldn't use someone neglecting the Solat as an excuse to do the same, wrong is wrong.

What you failed to address is no one told her to enrol into a law school. Once she's there, she should follow the rules or get out of there if she can't! It's not by force!

You can't enrol into a porn academy yet fail to put off your dirty boxer and knack! If you can't then there's no point enrolling into such academy in the first place. Understood?

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Sirfemi: 10:52am On Dec 17, 2017
So because she read law now she should not practice her religion again
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by JamesReacher(m): 10:52am On Dec 17, 2017
olarid01:


What happens? They are simply being a sinner (I won't say they aren't Muslims, if that's what you hope to hear).
Removing Hijab wouldn't make them a non believer but they are committing a very great sin, just like someone furnicating will still be a Muslim but may be met with a very grave punishment if they don't repent.

Based on what we claim to follow as a Muslim (Qur'an and Hadith), hijab isn't conditional, it is compulsory for women like it is compulsory for us to observe our solat.
You shouldn't say because someone(whoever the person is, even if it's Saudi's king daughter) is doing it, they are right to do it, no, they are not.
Just like you wouldn't use someone neglecting the Solat as an excuse to do the same, wrong is wrong.
Thanks for taking time out to answer my question. I would take your word for it.

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by zakari247(m): 10:56am On Dec 17, 2017
frankmoney:
The fact remains the NBA is against it so crying won't solve anything
then Bleep NBA
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Nobody: 11:00am On Dec 17, 2017
Opiletool:


Must it be related to religion before you people speak up? That was what the writer was trying to point out.
You people are just bunch of hypocrites.
The NBA is not governed by your quranic ethics.
then why the hell would you have to swear by it when appearing in court if they themselves do not believe in it.no wonder politicians do not even fear swearing by the quran or bible cus the people that make them do it dont even believe in it

who are the real hypocrites.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 11:06am On Dec 17, 2017
Gbemishile1:

then why the hell would you have to swear by it when appearing in court if they themselves do not believe in it.no wonder politicians do not even fear swearing by the quran or bible cus the people that make them do it dont even believe in it

who are the real hypocrites.

They also swear by the bible yet you don't see deeperlifer tying her gele or celestial putting on her cap or the nuns with their regalia.

The muslims are the hypocrites here because no one asked you to enrol into law schools. You're better off studying Islamic studies if you really want to serve Allah and know him. Yeye dey smell.

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 11:07am On Dec 17, 2017
zakari247:
then Bleep NBA

Bleep the Muslim fanatics enrolling into law schools when there are Islamic studies to study. Yeye.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by zakari247(m): 11:08am On Dec 17, 2017
diadem10:


Everything will be turned into chaos as in the case of Osun Hijab saga. The NBA wouldn't dare because they will regret it on the long run.
then let's watch in 3D and see who come out successful. the least all Christians in Nigeria can do is to get agitated in their palors after swipes of alcohol they will be calm.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 11:09am On Dec 17, 2017
zakari247:
then let's watch in 3D and see who come out successful. the least all Christians in Nigeria can do is to get agitated in their palors after swipes of alcohol they will be calm.

Lol. Nuns, Celestial and Ifa worshippers would wear their regalia and there's nothing muslims would do about it!

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by zakari247(m): 11:15am On Dec 17, 2017
superstar1:


She would win but they will NEVER call her to Bar.

if ever that happens and she is not call to bar then we will introduce a doctrine that will disobey every court ruling in Nigeria that every Muslim will take them for granted. and courts will gossip centers while judges will judge on cases of the Christians in Nigeria.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by diadem10: 11:19am On Dec 17, 2017
zakari247:
if ever that happens and she is not call to bar then we will introduce a doctrine that will disobey every court ruling in Nigeria that every Muslim will take them for granted. and courts will gossip centers while judges will judge on cases of the Christians in Nigeria.

Exactly! Show them what Islam is known for, a chaotic religion! Lol.

1 Like

Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by zakari247(m): 11:20am On Dec 17, 2017
diadem10:


Lol. Nuns, Celestial and Ifa worshippers would wear their regalia and there's nothing muslims would do about it!
you all known Muslims never care what they or you wear cuz we don't give a hoot. only that islamophobes are always scared when Muslims try to make progress. I only pity CAN and her members cuz they will cry again like Nigerian win Brazil...
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by Nobody: 11:21am On Dec 17, 2017
onegig:

**** That's what logical people do not write articles with no facts but just personal and ignorance laced opinions. Is this what writing has been reduced to sef? SMH.

First. You would do well to read slowly. Since you can't seem to understand basic analogies as exposed by your poorly written response.. Let me help you with examples of things that contravene a human's basic rights as regards religion.

1. Jews don't take non kosher things so forcing them to eat pork would amount to an infringement of their rights to practice their religion. In countries where law works and to an extent citizens rights are upheld. It is simple and a no brainer.. Let me give you a real life example of this.

"Bruce Rich, an Orthodox Jewish prisoner in Florida, wanted kosher meals, but the warden said no.

So Rich sued the state prison system in 2010, saying its denial of a kosher menu violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000, a landmark civil law rights law for inmates whose predecessor was the federal religious freedom law.

After losing before a magistrate, Rich won an appeal before the 11th Circuit Court, which cited "the defendant's meager efforts to explain why Florida's prisons are so different from the penal institutions that now provide kosher meals such that the plans adopted by those other institutions would not work in Florida."


2. Muslim women don't ever open their hair in public places. Forcing them to in a public function goes against their religious beliefs and is an infringement of their rights to practice their religion.

"The Supreme Court also recently affirmed the rights of job applicants who require a religious accommodation, ruling in favor of an applicant who wore a headscarf that would go against Abercrombie & Fitch’s “Look Policy." You can read the brief here.
https://www.aclu.org/legal-document/eeoc-v-abercrombie-fitch-amicus-brief

That's another example. Should I go on?

I don't need to go back and forth with anyone. This would be my last response as regards this issue. If you can't see the clear differences. Then I can't help you.

The law school is a public entity and not a private sorority club. They would do well to follow the principles and guidelines of the Constitution.

Well, Mr. Lawyer! You are dodging from the question(s). If indeed you write well, you will also know how to answer reasonably without being emotional and sentimental in your judgment. Your 'said' facts are useless on this ground. And if you have more facts, you are welcome as Firdaus Attorney. Anyway, I have nothing to say to you anymore since you know better than those that refused Firdaus entry into the hall.

Like i said before, I will take ur bet and I hope she win.
Re: Kayode Bello, The Lawless School, And The Hijab Cry by superstar1(m): 11:23am On Dec 17, 2017
zakari247:
if ever that happens and she is not call to bar then we will introduce a doctrine that will disobey every court ruling in Nigeria that every Muslim will take them for granted. and courts will gossip centers while judges will judge on cases of the Christians in Nigeria.

Really!!!! You sound like a refined Shekau.

Is it true she cannot even enter the main area of the mosque, talk less of being a practising Sharia lawyer.

1 Like

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (Reply)

What Have You Heard Concerning Male Nurses / The Life Cycle Of A Nigerian Worker:only A Co Woker Can Relate To This / 7 Small Things You Should Do To Be Successful

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2024 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 120
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.