Hijab, the Fashion Risk & an Unawareness Threat – A FATWA from Tunisia’s President on Hijab; An Insignificant Change to Dress Code Under Islam (2014): For centuries, it has been known that all women are equal under the sun, but today this is not so much true. No matter what you wear or where you wear it, men and women are equal before God. Today this is causing trouble for Muslim women who want to be independent when it comes to their choice of clothing. While hijab may be a beautiful and stylish item of clothing that can certainly make one feel graceful while she or he moves through life on her feet or any other part of their bodies

A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE ON HIJAB – THE ISLAMIC VEIL:- In the early hours of one morning, I was on my way to college when I passed a woman walking in front of me. She was wrapped in an abaya, niqab and hijab. She even had a veil over her face and she was walking with a husband and child beside her. I was about to walk around her but there were so many people walking side by side that it was hard to move freely. It was at that moment that I realised how important it is for a woman to walk with decorum and dignity while in public. In Islam, men are supposed to lower their gaze when coming across a woman who is not their relative. Unfortunately, I was the one violating this part of the Islamic dress code, by staring at the veiled lady.

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