Hijab (Islamic Modest Dress)
Hijab, The Muslim Womens Dress,Islamic or Cultural?
Understanding what Hijab is through the Quran, Hadith and Muslim culture. An expanded version of a talk given on the November 1st 1997 episode of the Islam in Focus television program.
Hijab, The Dress of Modesty in Islam
Preface My friend, late Haji Yusuf Husayn Sheriff of Arusha (Tanzania) had asked me to deliver a lecture on the subject of Hijab (Purdah) at the 8th annual seminar of the Golden Crescent Group, which was to be held at Lushoto on the 22nd and 23rd October 1977. At that time I was busy making arrangements for our hajj journey and wanted to be excused. But on his insistence I had to agree. The result is the Part One of thi...
Liberation by the Veil
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful Modesty and chastity , very important ideologies with Islam, are achieved by prescribing standards on behavior and the dress of a Muslim. A woman who adheres to the tenements of Islam is required to follow the dress code called Hijab, other synonymes are Veil, Purdah, or just Covering. It is an act of faith and establishes a Muslim's life with honor, respect and dig...
The Islamic Modest Dress
Benefits of modest dress, philosophic and social reasons for dressing modestly, rules and laws involving appropriate gender interaction.
Beauty of Concealment and Concealment of Beauty
A lecture by the wife of the former PM of Iran on the beauty of concealment. The movement to abolish the Hijab, and the message of Hijab.
The Islamic Hijab (Veil)
The 'Islamic Hijab (Veil)' is a text written with the aim to give a more factual approach, and a deeper meaning to Hijab in Islam. It addresses the responsibility both men and women have in applying Hijab, as well as addressing the doubts one may have, and logically explaining 'Why Hijab?'. The Al-Balagh foundation have thoroughly researched this topic using authentic sources, including the Holy Qur'an.
Hijab, A Scientific View
Dr. M.R. HaydariBaqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, IR Iran. Hijab or the Islamic modest dress that covers natural contours of body and spots of beauty has several beneficial aspects that are commonly known. Being the divine command which is obligatory for the followers of Islam, the Muslims, both males and females must observe Islamic modest dress code. In this short article, the scientific aspects of hijab...
In Defence of Islamic Laws
This book contains the text of three memoranda submitted by the author to the Kenyan government in response to a request by the government seeking clarification on issues of the laws of matrimony,succession, and hijab in the Shi'a faith.
Hili ni vazi rasmi kwa wanawake wa ki-Islamu kama ilivyoainsihwa katika Qur’an Tukufu, na ni amri sahihi kutoka kwa Mwenyezi Mungu. Ni vazi la heshima kwa mwanamke, vazi linalo linda utu wa mwanamke, vazi linalo muondelea mwanamke usumbufu mitaani, vazi linalo linda heshima ya mwanamke, vazi linalo ondoa maovu na uchafu katika jamii, vazi linalo watambulisha wanawake wenye heshima na vazi linalo mlinda mwanamke kutokana na mao...
Hijab, A Divine Value
by Sheikh Mansour Leghaei Imam Husain Islamic Centre 6 Lang Road Earlwood SYDNEY NSW 2206 AUSTRALIA Tel: (61-2) 9558 1114 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.ihic.org.au ***** In the Name of God; the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful “Tell the believing men that they shall subdue their eyes, and safeguard their private parts (from being seen). This is purer for them. God is fully Cogniz...
Hijab and Family Life
In this paper, the author examines the impact hijab has on keeping the family structure intact.
Laws and Practices: Why Do Muslims Have a Dress Code
A brief text which talks about Hijab and dress code in Islam through textual and logical proofs. Why Do Muslims Have a Dress Code? “And tell the believing men to lower their gaze and be modest…And tell the believing women to lower their gaze and be modest, and to display of their adornment only that which is apparent….”(Holy Qur'an: Chapter 24, Verses 30-31) Islam does not forbid men and women to interact, but e...