Instead. Hijab is not a form of oppression of Muslim women (Headscarf, veil and Burqa)
Hijab serves to cover up the body and head. Husband, son, mother, they did not order them to do so. But God tells Muslim women to cover the head and body and do not let the woman’s natural ornaments disclosed except to the family alone. Because the female body shape is different from men.
Just in case, Christians possibly, not remember, several decades ago when Christian women did not go to church without covering their heads, is not that right? Let’s ask our grandparents. And a few years earlier, Christian women did not leave the house by using a short skirt. Even the Nuns had to succumb to modernity now. Because Nuns who devoted himself to the church and live by the rules of the religion, how she was dressed? she is not a Muslim woman? In fact, she covers his body except the face and palms. If this is accepted by Christians, it means it is also accepted by religion and are also accepted in society. Covering the body and the head are not only commanded Muslim women, but also to the Christian women and Jewish women in their book.
Does not mean that women who do not cover the head and body (Hijab) was immoral. But in Islam there is the principle of an ounce of prevention is the equivalent of a pound of cure.
For Muslim women, wearing hijab is the protection and differentiated. She is at the same uniform, she was known as a Muslim woman. He will not be molested and will not be insulted. And no need for a man approached and looked at her for not showing of the body that can bring abnormal attractions. So that she can go and move outside the home safely, comfortably and get respect from men.
Does not mean that women who do not cover the head and body (Hijab) is immoral. But in Islam, there is the principle of ” An ounce of prevention is worth of a pound of cure “. Does not mean that women covering the head and the body is less beautiful than other women. It’s just that they are covering their beauty for their husbands. like Pearls and Diamonds.
They are more precious than jewels, pin number and our money.
If I come in your house and then I asked, “Can I see your jewelry” ?, “how is pin number” ?, “may I see your money in safe- deposit box?” I am sure that you would not give it. so, if I am a woman, our wives, our sisters, our mothers and our daughters, they are more precious than jewels, pin number and your money.
Social Experiment – How A Woman Was Treated With or Without the veil in the street – New York Street.