The late mufti pointed out with an unforgettable anecdote what he did not like in the behavior of today’s girls:
An old man came to the bakery to buy bread: ‘Is there any bread?’ The baker said to him, ‘No. There’s only this one in the window. ‘ ‘I won’t.’ Said the old man. ‘Why will not you?’ The baker asked. He says, ‘I won’t, because his eyes have eaten him.’ It really is. The eyes eat the bereket of something. The poor man ate him, watching and longing for him.
What, then, happens to girls who expose their bodies to the public? Then don’t be surprised why there are no blessings in marriages and children. “
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