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Did women in the Arabian Peninsula wear the hijab before Islam? Women in pre-Islamic Arab society did not have adequate coverage to participate in society. Some have said that covering the head and face of ignorant women was against the practice and women appeared in society without hijab. Ref: https://www.porseman.com/article/%D9%88%D8%B6%D8%B9%D9%8A%D8%AA-%...


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Why should women be covered during prayers? God is aware of everything at all times and has no meaning for him, hidden or hidden. He is not illegitimate with his servants either, but man sees himself worshiping in the presence of God and speaks to him, in which case he must wear the most appropriate clothes in his presence. It is clear that the most suitable ...


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Are the children of your cousins also mehram like the ones of your own blood siblings? Cousins are not considered mahrams and their children are also not mahrams.


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Which verses of the Qur'an recommend hijab for men / women and what is its justification? The Qur'an was the first address to men regarding hijab. God Almighty says in the verse: “Say to the believers that they lower their gaze and guard their private parts. That is purer for them. Indeed, God is all-knowing.” Tell men of faith to see, to humble themselves, ...


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Are there female prophets in the Quran? The fact that 3,000 prophets are all men is because prophecy and mission have executive functions, and the physical characteristics of men are such that executive functions are the duty of men. On the other hand, the support of prophecy and mission is the authority of the governor. Boot and mission is an executive ...


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Can a woman who converts at a young age (for example, 25 years old) show her pictures without hair before conversion? No it can not. Protecting the eye from the point of view of non-mahrams is considered one of the highest human values and plays a key role in the cultivation and spiritual growth of individuals. And he says: Say to the believers, Envy them of ...


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Why do Muslim women need more clothing than men? God has commanded women to wear more hijab and cover in the face of non-mahram men, and according to the fatwas of the imitators, women should cover their whole body in front of non-mahrams, except for the face and shroud, but this amount of covering is not obligatory for men. In other words, the reason why ...


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Women are not allowed to show their hair to non-mahrams. How about a wig? There is nothing wrong with using wigs and artificial hair as an ornament for women, but it is necessary for the wig to be hidden from non-mahrams and not to be visible. Ref: https://setare.com/fa/news/10558/%D8%AD%DA%A9%D9%85-%DA%A9%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%87-%DA%AF%DB%8C%D8%B3-%D8%A8%D8%B1%D8%...


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assalamu alaikum, you can express your femininity in front of women. you dont have to express it in front of men. in your private spaces, when you are with other Muslim women, you can let your hair down and relax, and show your feminine side that way. similarly, you can show your feminine side to your mehrams - close male relatives - and your husband. your ...


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