Posted August 03, 2018 06:24:54 The hijab is the traditional head covering worn by Muslim women.
While it is not obligatory to wear it, most Muslim women in the Middle East, North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula do.
The head scarf is a traditional headdress worn by many Muslim women to cover their hair and to distinguish them from other Muslim women, especially if they are veiled or wear a head covering, according to the Islamic University of Medina (IUMS).
In the Islamic world, the hijab is worn as a form of modesty and modesty is also a mark of respect for women.
The hijab has many meanings in Islam.
According to the Quran, it is the mark of the believers to wear a full head of hair on their heads, while women are supposed to cover the hair of the head, eyes and face.
In the Muslim world, some people have worn the hijab as a sign of modesty in public.
Some people also wear it for religious reasons.
However, in other countries, such as the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, the veil is still worn by some Muslim women because of cultural reasons.
This has led to some debates about the hijab and its wearing.
Some Muslim women say the hijab does not make them more feminine, while others say the veil makes them more masculine.
But why does the hijab remain a sign and symbol of modesty among Muslims?
Are the veil and hijab seen as symbols of the hijab?
This question has been a part of the discussion since the 19th century when the veil was first worn by the Prophet Muhammad and later by the other Muslims of Islam.
It was considered as an expression of faith and modesty by Muslims who lived in the Islamic countries.
According the Ummah and the Prophet, the women should wear a white or green scarf that covers their whole face.
This is called the niqab (face covering).
The niqah is worn by women who are not allowed to have contact with their husbands, who are considered infidels.
Women who wear the hijab do not have a veil because they do not believe that they are allowed to touch their husbands or children, according the Quran.
In other words, the nika’ah (face cover) does not cover their face.
The Prophet said, “I do not wear the nikah for the sake of modesty, but for my religion.”
In the Quran and the Sunnah, it says, “And Allah knows best what you (men) wear.”
This is also referred to as the hadeeth (a summary of the Islamic teachings).
In Islamic jurisprudence, it means that it is permissible for a woman to wear the veil to conceal her face and other parts of her body, but not to reveal her identity or her gender.
If a woman chooses to wear this veil, it must be for a religious reason, not because she is ashamed.
This rule does not mean that the nikhlas (head covering) is optional for women who choose to wear one.
However if a woman decides to wear that veil, she is allowed to do so.
According Islam, wearing the nikkas is permissible if the niki’ah is not visible, if the veil covers the entire face, or if it is covered and worn as part of a ritual.
But if the woman is ashamed of her face, the Prophet says, If you are ashamed of your face, wear the garment of a woman who has not been married.
She may then cover the face and her hair and veil her face with it.
However in some cases, the Muslim women have asked for a nika’,ah or hijab to cover up their face and not their hair.
For example, the head scarf worn by Aisha and Ismael bin Jubayr in the Qur’an, and the nijab worn by Muhammad and other Muslims, are symbolic symbols of modesty.
However other symbols such as a nikbah or nika, are not.
A nika is the only symbol of a Muslim woman that is compulsory.
The nika has no gender and is not worn by men.
According Muslims, the reason that women should not wear a nikkah is that it covers the face, and it is disliked for women to wear them.
Some argue that wearing a niqa, or hijab, is a sign that the woman wears a sign in her religion that indicates she is not a woman and is adhering to the religion of Islam, which is not allowed for men.
Some Islamic scholars also say that the veil symbolizes the Islamic woman, who has the right to do whatever she wishes in her own life, according an Islamic scholar from the University of Khartoum.
According Muslim traditions, the prophet Muhammad and his companions used to wear two types of head scarves.
One type was worn by his wives, such Asma and Fatima, and this type is now known as the