It is often difficult to explain our Muslim practices to other people, just as we may not understand the way someone of another faith practices their faith. As members of the same communities, it is important to ask them about their practices as well.
Many of your Christian friends have seen Catholic priests and nuns who practice the modest dress. Theworld famous Mother Teresa practiced the modest dress as she worked tirelessly among the poor in India. Orthodox Jewish women also practice the modest dress and believing Jewish men wear the skull cap at all times. Anyone who travels in Spain or Italy sees that many of the village women still dress modestly. Continue reading Some Advice To Sister Who Wants To Wear Hijab
Hijab – Unveiling the Mystery
American Muslim women today are rediscovering the pristine Islam as revealed by Allah, (God), to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh1), more than 1,400 years ago, but without any of the contradictions of ancestral culture. Consequently they are essentially engaging in a life-long exercise of rediscovering their own selves ñ what it means to be a human, a Muslim, and more so, a Muslim woman. Wearing a head-covering (hijab) is an important part of their spiritual journey. Continue reading A RESPONSIBILITY OF THE UMMAH
Fatawa: Can Muslim Parents Force Hijab on Daughters?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu Alaykum. Some Western thinkers claim that Muslim parents force their daughters to wear hijab. My question is: Do Muslim parents have the right to force their daughter to wear hijab if she refuses to wear it? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Walaykum As-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. Continue reading Can Muslim Parents Force Hijab on Daughters?
The pea is a splendid plant. It proudly displays its strong green Hijab. It protects it from the hot and cold weather and guards it from insects. Allah (SWT) has blessed the pea with a special Hijab (Hejab), because without it, the seeds would scatter, dry up and die.
The orange keeps itself within its shiny orange Hejab to protect its delicious fruit. Otherwise it looses its taste too. Continue reading Do you wear a Hijab? Give it a try today!
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.?
• 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