I am not sure what is going on here. Maybe you cut and pasted the fatwa wrong and truncated the bit where he talks about Women wearing strange Hijabs.
Because I can't see the word Hijab or Scarf anywhere in his Fatwa.
Looks like people took what ever meaning they like from what he said?
Yes there are women wearing Camel humps, and they are the women that shed their Hijabs to show off their Camel humps.
The women with Hijab styles you don't like are at least trying to live by the laws of the Quran. And inshallah, as time goes on they may just get better at it?
Be honest, when you lot stopped showing your hair and started wearing Hijab for the first time, did you get the style 100% right?
It is better to show them how it is done properly then tell them their Hijab is a sign of the people of the fire.
And no, the Alim wasn't talking about the people who are trying to wear Hijab in his Fatwa. I think if you go to him and ask him, he will confirm he is talking about the ones that shed Niqab + Hijab and replaced it with the above mentioned hair as can be seen in the above mentioned photo. Before you reinterpret his fatwa, and widen its meaning to include Hijab styles, I think it is best you OK it with him first, don't you?
The people who reject Hijab, reject part of the book but claim to follow other parts. It makes more sense that these are the people he is talking about than people trying, how ever badly to follow the book?
I think this attitude of attacking people when they attempt to follow Islam while ignoring people who reject Islam or part of it but still insist they are Muslim is keeping people away from Islam.
This is the mentality that causes people to say things like:
"I wont pray until I sort myself out 100%", "I wont fast until I sort myself out 100%", "I wont wear Hijab until I sort myself out 100%".
This is the mentality of people who argue in the Musjid with others on wear they keep their hands or feet in prayer, but never go out the Musjid to argue with all the people who never pray to get them to pray.
Isn't it the same, to tell women their Hijab is wrong, but not to tell women who don't wear it to wear it?
And I get this all the time. People telling me my beard is wrong. I have even been called a Munafiq cause some people see my beard as wrong. I wouldn't mind if these people would tell brothers who shave to let their beards grow. But they never do. They would never dream of telling a brother who shaves to stop shaving and let his beard grow like the Sunnah commands. And some of these people who tell me my beard is against Islam, shave!
They themselves are beardless shavers! But as well as not telling others to let it grow, they don't tell themselves.
And all they can see is another brother with an incorrect beard.
But the thing is, It is Shirk to tell a brother to grow his beard. Because Brothers don't grow their beards. Allah Grows their beards. Some brothers shave it, others don't and let it grow. I am from the third set of brothers, the ones that don't shave, but Allah doesn't let it grow.
A lot of brothers don't know this. So I used to give them a long lecture on human genetics, and genetic differences between different racial groups. Now I just thank them for the advice because I can't be bothered.
And because what I really don't like. And this happens a lot. Is when a brother really likes me for some reason. And then for some reason see me as a Sunnah to follow or something and cut their Sunnah beard to look like mine. And tell me, look I have cut my beard just like yours. I don't even know what to say to that, so I just leave it.
Sorry for the side track. What I meant was. It is really strange when ladies who don't wear it are never told to wear it. Never criticised for not wearing it. But when they take it up, and it isn't 100 % correct, they are criticised. And the people doing the criticising would never dream of telling a lady that doesn't wear Hijab to wear on. And sometimes, the ones that tell them their Hijabs are wrong, don't even wear Hijab themselves!
I see the attacks on my stylish beard very similar to attacks on their attempts to wear Hijab.