TRUTH

I will blog about the truth.
Truth of what people are really doing in the name of my Beloved Religion of Islam.
To mangle it and destroy the good in it for others.
That makes me as Furious as Hell Fire.
Shame on them. They will be exposed.
Right HERE.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Hot Veiled Minx

She glides through the mall on her sparkling beaded silky abaya. A glamorous veil hides half her face but her eyes have a sparkle in them. She catwalks around holding her monogrammed phone and name brand purse. She spies a lonely man sitting on a bench and carefully sit on the edge not to appear too close. He glances over and does a double take as he takes in her sly wink. She slides a slip of paper out of her purse and casually tosses it to him. Then in seconds she's gone leaving a perplexed man. He looks around then bends to get the slip. On it is written a hotel name and a room number and a time. Could it be what he thinks it is?!?! Did that niqabi just invite him over for sex?
At the appropriate time he dresses well and heads to the room number indicated. The door is opened by the niqabi but his eyes bulge out reactively as all she's wearing is a lacy white teddy accenting her pale brown skin and a full head niqab. She leads him to a table with a bottle of wine. "Drink?" She asks him simply. "No, I don't drink." He replies nervously. She shrugs one lacy shoulder and leads him to the bedroom where she hands him a condom and sprawls herself on the bed. He is not about to refuse such a come-on.
After he is finished and they both are happy she orders him dressed and asks him to leave not bothering to tell him how they can get in touch again.
The Veiled Minx has struck.
She's bored with her life and wants her pleasures no matter where they come from.
She gives Niqabis a bad name.
She thinks he makes her feel hot inside just wait until the Fire girl!

18 comments:

Thirst For Knowledge said...

salaam alaikum sis,

I love your blog, its fresh and exactly what muslims need to wake up! Stop by my blog sometime i think you will enjoy it!

take care

Aalia said...

Asalaamu `alaikum

I came here by way of the comment u left on me Blog -- thnx :-D

As I was reading I was thinking, "is htis for real?!?!" and I was laughing but it wasn't in a mocking way.

Can't wait to read more!

Hell Fire Furious Muslimah said...

Thanks Thirst, I'll do that inshaAllah

Aalia glad you like it. I hope to be able to keep informing.

Umm Ismail said...

Masha allaah the strange this is This is reality and they doing this in some part of Egypt. and maybe many more other places. Subhana allah

ModestJustice said...

Oh snap!
You say what you mean and mean what you say, keep it up sis!

Your whole blog is a huge reminder of what we, as muslims shoudn't become.

Keep it up!

Al-Ghariba - The Stranger said...

Salams,

I instantly took a likeing to your blog. Had a few probs opening the comments but that is probably just me. I wanted to comment on the playboy bunny boys article. yes, I have seen that happen too. Especially some saudi men wanted to marry Australian reverts. Mostly we are all wised up about them now because of so many problem stories of the past. In fact I havent heard of any GCC men marry any sisters of mine for a loooong time. Alhamdulillah.

I like the full on in your face nature of your writing.

Candice said...

In Egypt a couple years ago was my first time away from Canada and I was very interested in the way people lived and dressed. I saw niqabis every once in a while and they mostly all looked "the same" with the black garments and pair of eyes. But one time, I saw a niqabi and I found her look "sexy". I didn't see her for very long as we were in a taxicab, but long enough to get a feeling from her by the way she walked and moved. She was wearing heels so maybe that was it, but also her abaya was... not curl-revealing at all... but it flowed differently than others maybe. Anyway, I thought it was so neat that she was able to show her femininity while being fully covered but my husband said she might probably be a prostitute. Your post made me wonder about her... (I had completely dismissed his comment at the time)

Intisar said...

Salaam alaykom, this happens all the time in Saudi sadly, and... astighfurallah!

Tabs said...

Asa

You are brilliant - I am loooooooving your blog... thanks Chasing Jannah for the props on her blog...

Keep blogging girfriend!

MaSalaama x

hal786 said...

salam
astaghfirullah!
i luv these stories that u have put up sis! great reminder for us all!!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE your blog simply because it indicates that their are fellow muslims out there who share the outrage of how muslims behave today and then hide behind the veil of islam. I see it all around me here in south africa as well. People do as they please with no fear of the punishment that lays ahead. We really need to reform our deen collectively,as an ummah. It sickens me that hijab and niqab have been reduced to outer garments that are no longer a reflection of inner goodness and piety for example, or how fellow muslims around the world are starving yet muslim countries such as dubai have lavish displays of extravegance in the face of their poverty. We have truly drifted away from what the true essence of islam is. Look at the state in which we are in and yet we continue on this path. razina south africa

Hell Fire Furious Muslimah said...

Umm Ismail all over the world sadly.

Thanks Modest Justice. InshaAllah.

The Stranger, MAN I'm glad you girls wised up and spoke out enough to prevent this happeneing to more of your sisters. Alhamdulillah.

Candice beleive me I couldn't beleive what people said about these Veiled Minx too until I kept hearing it and kept hearing it from more relaible sources. Then I know it's true and started investigating my own.

Intisar, unfortionatly it's probably more common in Saudi being as the majority wear clothes like this and can hide their evil easier. The Saudi underground is NASTY. The stories I've heard!

Hal I'm glad you like my stories and blog but I jsut wanna caution everyone that I'm doing this to educate not entertain everyone. Peace!

Razina South Africa, if You'd like e-mail me some basics of the stories there troubling your parts and I'd lvoe to add them here. All content will be anonymous of course and unless you want I wont even mention the location where's it's happening.

hal786 said...

salam
yep course i understand its for educatin, but i like the way that u've written it, both entertaining and educational at the same time
--but remember anger's from shaita sooo dont get too angry about thses things sis!lol

---i think u shud do about islamic leader how they and any other leader for that matter don't help ppl suffering (but don't mention any nmes, for fear of backbiting)

listen to the song traitors by blakstone, its an islamic song, u'll get an idea of what i meAN
hal786.wordpress.com/blakstone
the songs ther on da link btw

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thnks!

hal786

Anonymous said...

I will do that for sure

raz..(SA)

Anonymous said...

A lot of this tends to go on in the Gulf where men and women are strictly segragated. Who knew the extreme segragation of men and women could lead to sex with total strangers? Anyways I have a friend who studied nursing in the Gulf and talked of a new trend called 'numbering', a girl throws a piece of paper with her number on it to some random guys hoping they will call back.

Hell Fire Furious Muslimah said...

Thanks Hal

Anon:yes numbering is a future post! thanks for reminding me!

bec said...

I like the way you point out obvious flaws in human nature. The story telling with a message is entertaining, enlightening, and well- written.

Falaxy said...

awesome blog! MUCH needed slap in all our faces!