Sunday, 30 December 2012

How NOT to wear hijab

Becoming a hijabi means changing the way we are used to dressing. There is a right and wrong way of covering.

"O children of Adam! We have bestowed raiment upon you to cover yourselves (screen your private parts, etc) and as an adornment. But the raiment of righteousness, that is better." [Noble Quran 7:26]

Click on the image to see some of the things NOT to do as a hijabi. Remember that you are representing all Muslim women and all of Islam when you present yourself in public. As the point of hijab is to protect against men's looks and to preserve modesty, tight clothing, excessive make-up etc is not in the spirit of hijab.

Hijab is a process for some. If you are struggling, then just pick one area and focus on changing that, you'll soon find yourself in a new habit of correct hijab inshallah.

1 comment:

  1. For the foolish person who commented on this recently: the image is from a TV programme, so I am not "posting pics of girls behind their backs". The character's purpose in the show is to satirise Hijab-wearing girls. There IS a right and wrong way to adopt hijab, if it doesn't follow the sunnah it isn't right. If you don't want to read my blog: go away. I am not a hippocrite and how dare you call me one. Allah will judge between us


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