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Did you Know that there are Amish and Mennonite Christian women still wear the head covering?
The hijab is an act of obedience to Allah and to his Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam, Allah says in the Qur'an.
The burqa is clearly not oppressive or anti-social. It does not pose security risks or create barriers between the wearer and society. Rather, it is the personal choice of women wanting to gain closeness to God, and should be respected as such.
The Hijab is an act of obedience between the Muslim woman and her Creator. It is a source of empowerment and dignity, and millions of Muslim women around the world choose to wear the Hijab as part of their faith.
Islam promotes modesty and decency and seeks to minimise immorality within society. The Hijab, amongst other things, helps attain this goal.
The word Hijab comes from the Arabic root word ‘Hajaba’, which means to conceal or cover. In an Islamic context, Hijab refers to the dress code required for Muslim females who have reached puberty. Hijab is the requirement of covering or veiling the entire body with the exception of the face and hands.
Hijab is an act of obedience to Allah, a sign of purity and dignity, and she is less likely to be exploited for her beauty and feminity
By wearing hijab a woman is concealing her sexuality but allowing her femininity to shine
Muslims women wear the hijab because they believe that God ordered it in Quran 33:59 and 24:30-31
Hijab comes from Arabic word that means to hide from view. It is modest covering of head and body of Muslim women
Muslim women: "I don't care what others say I wear hijab for sake of Allah, the cloth doesn't oppress women, illiterate mind does"