Importance of Hijab in Islam

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Iran has seen a large expansion of the hijab protest. Those who are opposing the practise of wearing the hijab in Iran are receiving an abundance of support from people in every region of the world. The hypocrisy of our world is highlighted by the fact that they are the exact same people who have never spoken out against the cruelty that has been inflicted on the people of Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. This is an ironic situation. Due to the fact that they are hypocrites, they never will. When it serves their vested interests, they will come out in full support, but they will leave you alone when you need a voice to tell the world that you are innocent. They will come out in full support when their vested interests are satisfied.

The Western understanding of the hijab is that it is nothing more than a head covering. However, a hijab is much more than what they believe it to be in actuality. They are partially correct, but they are also incorrect in other respects. The most accurate definition of the word “hijab” would be something or someone that prevents one from engaging in sinful behaviour. Not only are women required to wear hijabs, but men have also been instructed to lower their eyes whenever they come into contact with a female. For women, the hijab may represent a veil, but for men, it represents a curtain that holds the devil in check.

The hijab, as it is commonly understood, is a piece of cloth that Muslim women use to cover their hair.  It is very important for all women to cover their hair and wear a hijab. When compared to women who do not use the hijab, women who do use it have access to a number of benefits. The hijab protects women from those who view them just as objects for sexual pleasure. A woman adds value to her life when she chooses to cover her hair and face with a headscarf. When a woman walks around naked, it brings out all of the negative feelings that men have. It’s possible that woman will end up being raped or perhaps murdered. Both outcomes are possible. It does happen in Western nations. During the day, women are raped in France, and the French people just stand about and watch it happen instead of doing anything to stop it.

Even elderly folks are drawn to those women who roam around naked. Playing the victim card when they are raped despite the fact that they are the major perpetrators of the act is one of their coping mechanisms. You are more protected from acts of social violence like rape and murder when you wear a hijab. The hijab will also contribute to the respect you receive. Others in the Muslim community will treat you with the utmost respect due to your faith. When you wear a hijab, no one will even have the nerve to look at you strangely.

When it comes to the practise of wearing a headscarf, Islam is not alone. Even Christian women have been instructed to wear a head covering or risk having their heads shaved if they do not comply. The Bible makes it abundantly plain that women who do not cover their hair must have their heads shaved. When it comes to donning a headscarf, Islam has extremely strict rules to follow. There is no place in paradise for women who do not modestly cover their hair. They would rather perish in the abyss of hell’s deepest canyon. Your modesty is enhanced by wearing a hijab, too. You will be thought of as a humble person everywhere you go, which will result in people approaching you with marriage proposals from other people. People will not only make marriage proposals to you, but they will also want you to be a role model for their children. They want to see themselves in you.

In conclusion, it is required by Islam for women to cover their hair and shoulders with a hijab. Even grown men have to remember to keep their eyes cast below lest they be led astray by the evil one. Even guys are expected to wear a hijab at some point in their lives. It is not something that is exclusive to women.

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Heena Qureshi

My Name is Heena Qureshi, and I am a proud Muslima who loves to share Islam and the knowledge of various fields with others.


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