eBook Category Archive: HIJAB

Obligation of Veiling – Shaykh Zayd ibn Muhammad Haadee al Madkhalee

Rethinking Muslim Women and the Veil

Dr. Katherine Bullock’s treatise on Rethinking Muslim Women and the Veil was first published by the IIIT in 2002 with a second printing in 2007. It is a forceful and intelligent critique of the popular western notion of the veil as a symbol of Muslim women’s oppression. Addressing many of the key socio-political concerns which …

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The Hijab reflections by Muslim Women

A Canadian Muslimah Sister writes: I often wonder whether people see me as a radical, fundamentalist Muslim terrorist packing an AK-47 assault rifle inside my jean jacket. Or maybe they see me as the poster girl for oppressed womanhood everywhere. I’m not sure which one it is. I get the whole range of strange looks, …

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Unveiling the Mystery Hijab

“Generalizations about Islam and Muslims are replete in today’s media. Muslim women in headscarves are frequently unfairly stigmatized. They are regarded on the one hand as oppressed, and on the other, as fanatics and fundamentalists. Both depictions are grossly wrong and imprecise.” Hijab is not merely a covering dress, but more importantly, it is behavior, …

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Hijab- The Islamic Commandments of Hijab

Hijab, with its established limits, is a Divine Law and Guidance based on the Holy Qur’an and the Traditions (Ahadith) of Prophet Muhammad (S), the interpretations of these by the Islamic jurists as well as on the practices of our pious predecessors. It is on these bases that it has been practiced continuously at all …

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A View Through THE HIJAB

Most westerners expected that the hijab would pass away into history as westernization and secularization took root. However, in the Muslim world, especially among the younger generation, a great wave of returning to hijab was spreading through various countries. This current resurgence is an expression of Islamic revival. It is part of the process of …

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Hijab in Islam

This book is based on an authoritative Arabic book titled Hijab al-Mar’ah al-Muslimah fil Kitab was-Sunnah, by Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani, a famous scholar and traditionalist. It was translated by this writer and initially published in condensed form in the quarterly, Islam and the Modern Age.

From the author’s point of view, a woman’s face is …

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The Muslim Woman’s Dress

The Muslim Woman’s Dress according to the Qur’an and Sunnah compiled by Dr. Jamal A. Badawi To some as a subject the Muslim women’s dress may sound trivial. The shari’ah, however, assigns it moral, social, and legal dimensions. One basic requirement to be a true believer according to the Qur’an is to make one’s opinions, …

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Niqaab According To Qur’an And Sunnah

The general understanding in Islam regarding Sunnah, is that if the Prophet or any of his wives (RA) or companions (RA) are recorded in authentic hadith to have engaged in an act that is not haram (prohibited) as defined by Qur’an or Sunnah, then the act is declared halal (permissible). If the companions engaged in …

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Respond to the suspicion of hijab and the Clothes of the Muslim Woman

Respond to the suspicion of hijab and the Clothes of the Muslim Woman

The Hijab Why?!

The Hijab Why??!!: This book list the virtues of a critical aspect of this protection: the HIJAB. The characteristics of the Hijab are discussed, bringing the glad tidings promised (by Allah) to those women adhering to it. It also points out the danger of dazzling displays of ornaments and beauty as well as the terrible …

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Our Daughters and Hijab

This book covers the responsibilities that parents have towards their daughters and ways they can accustom them to wearing the Hijab.

The Veil Evidence of Niqab

The Noble Qur’an – Al-Ahzab 33:59 says: “O Prophet! Tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (veils)1 all over their bodies (i.e. screen themselves completely except the eyes or one eye to see the way). That will be better, that they should be known (as free …

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Dearest Sister – Why not Cover Your Modesty

This book tackles the problems of the modem Muslims, and the way it attacks those who doubt. Consequently I was hoping that our Muslim Arabic Language should benefit of this book. That was the reason that compelled me to translate it into the English language. The translations of the meanings of the Holy Quran is …

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