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Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Hijab in Islam


Hijab - Headscarf

The view of the hijab in Islam

One of the guidance in the religion of Islam for Muslim women are wearing hijab. Wearing the hijab is an obligation that must be implemented for Muslim women who have been legally baligh. Close the genitals such as legal hair is mandatory in accordance with the commands of Allah in the Qur'an. An Nuur paragraph 31.

The veil in Islam is a close view of genitalia as close to his chest hair. But there is also an opinion stating that the hijab is a garment that covers the entire body. In general, our society understand the hijab as a covering of hair and a long shirt worn with a cover nakedness.

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