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  1. According to Quran Muslim ladies wear ijab to protect their beauty from stranger man because in other to not let any other person ajuire and seduce through their beauty that belong to their husband alone but now a day they some of ladies are not wear to to protect their beauty again while they are wear it to so case by put on tight trouser Jean what is use to protect now turn to protect o seduce they are not followthey religion that instroct than any more

  2. Hijab is not just a veil over the head or a complete garment that covers the body. It is an act of worship and a way of life for the muslim woman. A muslim woman observes her hijab. Hijab is modesty both in appearance and character. It shows that a woman respects herself, her body and the people around her. It shows you that she is in complete control of herself and what she chooses to let the world see. It is empowering for the muslim woman.

    A Hijabi does not necessarily draw unnecessary attention to herself only that of good conduct and behavior. These days, there are so many modernized versions of hijab but the idea should never change.

    Also, non muslim women in certain parts of the world wear hijab or perhaps a covering too. I am not sure their exact reason but I suppose it could be modesty, tradition or just a way of life.

  3. Wearing hijab is obligatory aspects of women in Islam. when ever she is going out of her house, then it is compulsory for her to wear her hijab cause covering her body entirely is part of taking her deen serious

  4. Muslim African-American women in the U.S. sometimes wear a hijab to signal their religious affiliation. They also want to dispel the assumption that all African-Americans are Christians, and that only people with origins abroad can be Muslim. In fact, 13 percent of adult Muslims in the U.S are black Americans born in the country.

  5. o, in 2013, she started World Hijab Day – a day for both Muslim and non-Muslim women to experience wearing a headscarf.

    Celebrated on Feb. 1, the day is an expression of solidarity and support for religious freedom.

    As a scholar of Muslim immigrants, I have also long argued for women’s right to religious expression in their clothing choices. The hijab is not simply about religion – women wear it for a variety of reasons that can change, depending on the time and social context.

    Is the veil an Islamic requirement?
    Muslim religious writings are not entirely clear on the question of veiling.

    Various passages in the Quran, the Muslim holy book, and the Hadiths, statements attributed to the Prophet Mohammad, make reference to veiling by the prophet’s wives. But scholars disagree about whether these statements apply only to the prophet’s wives or to all Muslim women.

    According to some, the veil has been used as a way of curbing male sexual desire. Yet covering the head and body predated Islam. Jewish, Christian and Hindu women have also covered their head at various times in history and in different parts of the world.

    Certainly, the headscarf is tied to religion. Many women who cover talk about it as a way demonstrating their submission to God and a constant reminder to hold fast to Islamic beliefs such as being honest and generous to those in need.

    Asserting identity
    However, there are other reasons for adopting the hijab.

    French and British colonizers encouraged Muslim women to remove the veil and emulate European women. Consequently, in North African and Middle Eastern countries, the veil became a symbol of national identity and opposition to the West during independence and nationalist movements.

    Today, some women wear the hijab to signal pride in their ethnic identity. This is more so for immigrants in Europe and the United States, where there has been an increase in Islamophobia.

    In a Facebook post for World Hijab Day 2018 that went viral, Columbia College student Toqa Badran wrote,

    “I wear this scarf because when I was a child I was socialized to be embarrassed, even ashamed, of my religion and my culture. I was told that to be a Muslim was to be a terrorist and that to be outwardly Muslim was to endorse violence and oppression … I understood that I would be unwelcome as long as I wore symbols of my heritage and chose to, in however modern a way, embrace my ancestors.”

    Muslim African-American women in the U.S. sometimes wear a hijab to signal their religious affiliation. They also want to dispel the assumption that all African-Americans are Christians, and that only people with origins abroad can be Muslim. In fact, 13 percent of adult Muslims in the U.S are black Americans born in the country.

  6. Across the Muslim world, variations of head coverings are usually referred to as hijab. The term hijab can be translated from Arabic as “screen,” “curtain,” or ”covering.” Sometimes in the Qur’an it’s used when referring to a partition. When describing women’s fashion, hijab often refers to a scarf that covers the head and neck. But more generally, the term relates to the principle of dressing modestly. For Muslim women, wearing a veil or head covering acts as a show of obedience to the Qur’an and to Allah, as well as being a symbol of modesty and womanhood. Islamic head coverings vary stylistically from culture to culture, each culture interpreting qur’anic tradition in slightly different ways. Whether it is the way women pin their scarves in place, the amount of coverage a hijab provides, or the colors and fabrics they choose, Muslim women’s dress is not just a fashion statement. It is also an expression of faith. Some women wear hijab because they don’t have a choice—their culture or family mandates it. In many Muslim countries, wearing hijab is the law. But, often, Muslim women cover their heads and faces because they choose to. Their modesty is an expression of their religious conviction and devotion to God.

  7. The hijab can be a positive assertion of an identity.In countries that were colonized by the French or the British, Muslim women were encouraged to remove the veil and be more like European women. “Consequently, in North African and Middle Eastern countries, the veil became a symbol of national identity and opposition to the West,”

    “Today, some women wear the hijab to signal pride in their ethnic identity,” “This is more so for immigrants in Europe and the United States, where there has been an increase in Islamophobia.”

  8. I think the main reason why Muslim wear hijab is for covering to avoid seduction through their mode of dressing and probably their figure which could make men lust after them. so to avoid men falling into sin via lust and imagination, they decided to use such covering.

  9. The Muslim put on the hijab so as to cover the sensitive parts of their body such as the great and the legs. You know the men they rspone to sigh so when a woman expose her body it makes the men confuse that’s why it is mandatory as a faithful Muslim to wear a hijab when going out. The hijab is not inky a means of identity but to cover the body to avoid sin.

  10. Hijab” means “curtain” or “partition,” not “headscarf.” The Koran uses forms of the words “khimar” and “jilbab,” but not “hijab,” when describing women’s dress. “Khimar” means “cover” and corresponds to what we would call a scarf; “jilbab” is an outer garment.

    “Hijab” has become a common way of describing a Muslim woman’s head covering, but sharia rules on modesty are about more than covering one’s hair — they deal with a range of attire and conduct, applicable to both men and women, intended to protect interactions between men and women from sexual innuendo. It’s not necessarily offensive to use “hijab” as a synonym for “headscarf.” (It’s a lot closer than other terms, as long as you say “wearing hijab” rather than “wearing a/the hijab.”) But either way, fixating on one piece of cloth misses the point of sharia’s holistic rules for modest behavior

  11. Sunna is the traditional portion of Muslim law based on Prophet Muhammad’s words or acts. As authoritative by Muslims and followed particularly by all, especially by the Muslim Sunnis. In other words, it’s compulsory for every Muslim faithful to act, abide and infuse Sunna as part of their daily lives. the Muslim women wore these for two reasons one to cover there body properly secondly it is a religious beliefs of the people that had come up to this day. not only the Muslim wear these but also the daughter’s of Jerusalem do same.

  12. Hijab wearing for the Muslim women is really a good respect for the religion because it covers the sacred part of their body but there are bad people who use it perpetrate evil deeds because it will be hard for people to discover them and I wish those people can be washed away from them.

  13. hijab is a good attire that people really need to develop the habit of wearing. the Muslim women wore these for two reasons one to cover there body properly secondly it is a religious beliefs of the people that had come up to this day. not only the Muslim wear these but also the daughter’s of Jerusalem do same.

  14. It’s an obligation by Islamic standards for every Muslim woman to were hijab or veil as you may understand it in English. This type of obligations as with many in Islam tradition is called Sunna.

    Sunna is the traditional portion of Muslim law based on Prophet Muhammad’s words or acts, accepted (together with the Qur’an) as authoritative by Muslims and followed particularly by all, especially by the Muslim Sunnis. In other words, it’s compulsory for every Muslim faithful to act, abide and infuse Sunna as part of their daily lives.

    Another typical example of Sunna is performing ablution before prayer, modest dressing, abstaining from alcohol, refraining from immoral acts and premarital sex, and quiet a lot more.

  15. A hijab in common English usage is a veil worn by some Muslim women in the presence of any male outside of their immediate family, which usually covers the head and chest. The term can refer to any head, face, or body covering worn by Muslim women that conforms to Islamic standards of modesty. Hijab can also refer to the seclusion of women from men in the public sphere, or it may denote a metaphysical dimension, for example referring to “the veil which separates man or the world from God
    In its traditional form, it is worn by women to maintain modesty and privacy from unrelated males.

    1. I believe hijab was used by Christian before Muslim heritage it from the Christians that is by the way There are reason why hijab are mostly use by Muslims they are:it is an obligations standard for every Muslim women to wear hijab, it is also used to cover their body as well, hijab has been a common way of dressing in Muslims religious it maybe a curtain or partition and hijab is also used to avoid seduction through the mood of their dressing.

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