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Hijabistas: Inside the World of Muslim-American Fashion | Orange | Artbound | KCET

Hijabistas: Inside the World of Muslim-American Fashion | Orange | Artbound | KCET | HIJAB NOIR | Scoop.it
Hijabista. The word -- which fuses "hijab" and "fashionista" -- gained traction a few years ago when young Muslim women realized they could follow the Islamic rules for modest dressing without stifling creative expression.

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Wonderful video about a young Southern California-based hijab designer.

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Effect Of Wearing Hijab On Women

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Wearing Hijab has become a fashion in some Muslim countries. However, it has far more deeper effects on the personality and inner self of a woman. It purifies the inner beauty and acts as a shield...

 

 

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Hijab Storage Tutorial- How to store your hijabs

Hijab Tutorial to help you figure out ways to store your hijabs. For more hijab fashion and entertainment you can always visit: www.hijabtrendz.com Follow us...
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My Hijab Story

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"One of the major misconceptions about the Hijab is that young women are forced to wear it by their parents or by male family members. When actually, parents or men want have nothing to do with it. In fact, every woman has this form of liberation. When a woman is covered, men cannot judge her by her appearance but are forced to evaluate her by her personality, character, and morals. Though there are families and men that force women to wear Hijab, this isn’t a part of Islam. There is no compulsion in religion. Another misconception is that men do not have to cover themselves, this is incorrect. In the Qur’an, it states first that Men are to lower their gaze. Tell the believing men to lower their gaze (from looking at forbidden things), and protect their private parts (from illegal sexual acts, etc.). That is purer for them. Verily, Allah is All-Aware of what they do. - 24:30. They are also expected to dress modestly and to cover their bodies just as women are. Modesty does not stop at physical appearance but also in speech and behavior. 

 

In the end, I tell people that the Hijab is not a responsibility, it’s a right given to me by my Creator who knows me best."

 


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