Unveiling Hijab

This book will thoroughly discuss the topic of the head-veil of the Muslim woman, commonly referred to as the Hijaab. Although this book also refers briefly to the full-body cloak which covers the face of the woman, the Niqaab, it does not intend to discuss its proofs in much detail, as it is subject to […]

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Unveiling Hijab
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    This book will thoroughly discuss the topic of the head-veil of the Muslim woman, commonly referred to as the Hijaab. Although this book also refers briefly to the full-body cloak which covers the face of the woman, the Niqaab, it does not intend to discuss its proofs in much detail, as it is subject to a separate book that will supplement this one. Further, this book will not discuss the requirements of dressing for Muslim men, not because it is unimportant, or that somehow Islam ignores it (as erroneously claimed by many academic “intellectuals”), but because there is little, if any, maligning of the Muslim men’s devotional observance of dressing. There has not been a call upon me to offer clarity on that matter. That is not to say that Islam says little or nothing about the devotional requirements of men’s attire; to the contrary since the nature of such requirements are as detailed and differing from the woman’s not so much in degree but in type.

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