Category Archives: Hijab

Q: Is are women or girls allowed to wear pants. If not Why.?

Praise be to Allaah.
Muslim woman have to wear clothes that will conceal the body and her ‘awrah, by wearing clothes that do not show the skin, as see-though clothes do, and do not show the shape of the body, as tight clothes do. Pants or trousers are clothes that show the shape of a woman’s body and ‘awrah, so for this reason it is not permissible for women to wear pants, unless she wears over them a wide or loose shirt. One of the aims of Islam is protect people’s ‘awrahs and avoid uncovering them, because taking this matter lightly is one of the means of falling into that which Allaah has forbidden, namely zina (fornication, adultery) and the things that lead to it. The Muslim woman has to adhere to the Islamic etiquette in the way she dresses, moves and speaks. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): Continue reading Q: Is are women or girls allowed to wear pants. If not Why.?

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Here Are Some Common Points Between A Hijabi Muslimah And A Queen

• Both Are Dressed Modestly:-

A Queen Dresses Modestly Because It’s Obligation For Her To Do So. A Hijabi Muslimah Dresses Modestly Because She Is Obeying Her Lord.

• Both Have High Status :-

A Queen’s Status Is Raised The Moment She Inherits Her Title And Crown. A Hijabi Muslimah’s Status Is Raised The Moment She Puts Her True Crown (Hijab) To Please Her Lord. Continue reading Here Are Some Common Points Between A Hijabi Muslimah And A Queen

Hijab is a Woman’s Real Beauty

හිජාබ් It often occurs to me that many of our sisters in Islam are not properly encouraged once they begin to observe the requirements of Hijab. It may be that a sister has been obliged to wear the Hijab without truly pondering over its superiority.

Perhaps she has reached the age of puberty and her parents have instructed her to wear it. Perhaps she has recently accepted Islam and her close companions have told her of its obligation. Alternatively, perhaps her husband has commanded her to wear Hijab…

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How Important Hijab (Parda) For Muslim Women

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ALHUMDUILALLAH i am muslim women. when i was at the stage of teenage i did not like to do hijab nor even i know how important hijab is for girl or a women,but now ALHUMDUILALLAH i know how important hijab is for women and i always thank ALLAH ALMIGHTY that ALLAH has made women so priceless and precious that not all can see her only a special people can see her face.I myself i really feel special when i cover my face, i feel that i am so lucky that non of ordinary or evil eye of men can see my face but only the special ones, like my brother,father,future husband etc.Only men with whom u have blood relation but that doesn’t mean u can show your face to your male cousins. Continue reading How Important Hijab (Parda) For Muslim Women

Some Excellent Qualities of Those Who Wear Hijab

HijabAl-Hamdulilah, it is well known that the Muslim woman is a creature of Hayaa (modesty). Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala loves for our Muslim women to be shielded by their Hijab. It is their outer protection from the decadence of this life. Allah’s Messenger sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam has said:

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Should she cover her face and hair in front of her father?

12208490_10153751746778685_7092062884654335308_nQ: I am a woman who covers my whole body including hands and face. I recently came across some books about purdah that say that a woman should cover herself in front of even her brother and father, except they can see her face and hands only. Is this true that I can not show my hair in front of my father, or is this statement just reflecting the culture of the countries that the writers are coming from? Jazakallah khairun.

Praise be to Allaah.

The differences concerning women’s hijaab mentioned here stem from ijtihad. The most correct view is that it is obligatory for a woman to cover all of her body, including the face, hands, hair and all the rest of her body in front of non-mahram men, because of the general meaning of the aayah (interpretation of the meaning): Continue reading Should she cover her face and hair in front of her father?