Discussions surrounding Muslim women’s Hijab have raised a mixed range of responses in non-Muslim countries.
Some deem Hijab a symbol of oppression against women and, therefore, they push for anti-hijab measures and policies. Yet, Muslim women gladly cherish it as a command of God meant to embower them as human beings, not objects, and to protect their privacy and modesty.
So what is the truth behind Hijab?
Are women subjugated by wearing it?
And how Can Muslim sister deal with the challenges related to it?
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