Muslim Women and the Veil

By Sufia

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Veil or Hijab is one of the most important aspects for Muslim women and in Islam it is been reinforced to wear veil. The veil is been encouraged in nearly every situation except from the men with whom marriage is prohibited. In Islam marriage is forbidden with fourteen men such as father, brother, uncle and eleven more. Besides these, women must wear veil in front of every men.

By wearing veil Women can perform their regular activities in a normal manner. In Islam it is highly encouraged a number of reasons such as security, symbol of modesty, represent the Religion itself.

In the modern there are been lot of confusion and misunderstanding regarding this veil. In some countries it is already banned and Muslim women are harassed for wearing veil. Because some people consider it as a symbol of oppression and terrorism and this kind of mind set was provoked by Twin-Tower incident.

We should keep in mind that the veil is the symbol of a religion and over time it is been proved that veil has helped women to secure themselves from many odds of the society. So if a Muslim woman want to wear veil she should not stopped from practicing her Religion.

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