What is the meaning and origin of the hijab?

¿Cuál es el significado y el origen del hijab?

What does the scarf of Muslims mean? 

the hijab is an Arabic word, which means a veil that covers the head . 

But in Isla m , the Hijab is not just about the veil or headscarf that a Muslim woman wears on her head , but in its entirety it is the belief that as a Muslim one should live diligently every day. That is, with modesty and devotion to religion.  

Why do some Muslim men wear the Hijab ? 

the hijab it also applies to Muslim men , as the meaning of the Hijab is to live modestly. In this case, men should use it mentally and physically (wearing clothes that are not too tight or see-through) .  

How is the Hijab worn ? 

The Hijab comes in many forms as there are ways to cover the body. But the most correct way is to wear dresses that are not transparent and that are not tight .  

Is it mandatory to wear the Hijab ? 

In the Qur'an, there are certain verses that require the wearing of Hijab for Muslims/Muslims. 

However, there are Muslims and Muslims who choose not to apply it. This does not mean that it is correct, but it depends on the level of belief of each person.  

Is the Hijab restrictive?  

Although the Hijab is still considered a symbol of oppression for Muslim women. But it's really not restrictive. That is, the Hijab does not forbid pursuing your dreams. 

And the proof is that today we find many women who have pursued their dreams . 

Women who have followed their dreams with the Hijab :  

American Politician in a Colorful Hijab

Ilham Omar : American politician from Minnesota, Member of the United States Congress. She was elected in November 2016, becoming the first woman of the Muslim confession.  

Muslim Model with Red Hijab

halima  Aden : She is a Muslim model, born in a refugee camp in Kenya and is the first Hijab- wearing woman to have walked in a Hijab fashion show .  

Dancer with Light Blue Hijab

Stephanie Kurlow : First Hijab dancer in the world, born in Australia.  

Rather than view her religion or head covering as an obstacle, Stephanie says she feels she is better equipped to achieve her goals as a professional dancer.  

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