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A Hijabi's Guide to Nailing an Interview

Job interviews can be so nerve-wracking! But if you do a little prep beforehand, it can actually be an enjoyable and confidence-boosting experience. I know it may not seem possible now, but trust me on this! As a hijabi, you might have some concerns about religious discrimination, but rest easy: the law is actually on …

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Is Decent Western Clothing Wrong for a Muslim Woman?

Short Answer: Dress is conventional according to one’s environment. Dress in one country differs to that in another country according to climate and culture or tradition. Pants and shirts are acceptable, providing the shirts are not sleeveless or short-sleeved. Clothes should not be so tight fitting as to emphasize the figure nor transparent. Finally, only …

Women Urged to Stay Home On "Punish a Muslim" Day

LONDON – British Muslim women are being urged to stay at home, hide their hijabs, and avoid collecting children from school alone on Tuesday, April 3, the sick so-called ‘Punish a Muslim Day’. “Sisters please be warned that on 3rd April DO NOT GO OUT they have made a national punish a Muslim day!” a …

Grey’s Anatomy Hijabi Doctor Wins Fans Hearts

LOS ANGELES – American series, Grey’s Anatomy’s first hijabi Muslim Doctor Dahlia Qadri captured attention and won people’s hearts with her remarkable act in the show’s 13th episode, as she took off her hijab and wrapped it around a patient’s leg to stop the bleeding in an attempt to save his life. “Two years ago …

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Are Women an Evil, Dangerous Fitna For Men?

Short Answer: Of course not. Women are people, and they are the equal parts to men. They only become a “fitna” or “test/trial” when people exploit their beauty, or when they themselves willingly use their beauty in the wrong context. This is part of the wisdom behind hijab. Men must lower their gaze, too, though, so women …

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Muslim Women: "Stay In Your Houses"?

Short answer: Of course not. The wives of the Prophet, who were directly referenced (“Oh wives of the Prophet…”) did not take these verses literally and lived their normal lives, inside and outside the house. “On the contrary, like Muslim men, Muslim women can go out, learn, and work, provided that they observe decency and …

How to Gradually Adopt the Hijab in the West

How to Gradually Adopt the Hijab in the West?

Salam Dear Sister, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam No doubt that hijab is an important issue for Muslim women, as it is part of God’s Guidance for Muslims to observe wherever they may be. Living in a non-Muslim country can make it more difficult in some cases, especially when …

Filipino Muslims Dare to Cover

Muslim and non-Muslim women in the Philippines organized a special event on Wednesday, January 29, to support Muslims’ freedom to don hijab and call for strengthening laws to end discrimination.



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