World Hijab day 2020 is celebrated every year on 1st February; this day was founded by Nazma khan on 1st February 2003. The motive of this yearly event was to encourage the women of the world to wear hijab because hijab is the sign of Muslimah (Muslim Women) this event is celebrated every year across 140 countries of the world according to Nazma khan it is the opportunity of the non-Muslims Women’s to experience the beauty of hijab. According to some Feminist named Asra Nomani, “as Muslim women, we actually ask you not to wear the hijab in the name of interfaith solidarity,” going on to say, “This modern-day movement spreads an ideology of political Islam.”
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Nowadays hijab is becoming just a formality for the Muslims across the world; they wear hijab just for looking good not for the Shariah Parda (Hiding yourself from head to toe) which is guided by the Almighty Allah and his prophets. Hijab is of only one type that is head to toe in which all of the body of Muslim women is hidden. But the ladies of the modern era are wearing hijabs on tight jeans and assuming their self’s that they are fulfilling the Almighty Allah ordered about hijab. Open face and hands are not the things which Almighty Allah loves. Allah loves the Hijab which his prophets Wife’s did as per sunnah.
As per us, Celebrating an occasion is not a bad thing; Actually, it is an event in which all of the women’s have the opportunity to try their selves out the hijab and adopt this as their habit of daily use. Hijabi Fashions have a variety of the hijabi styles for all the women’s of the world to try out the latest fashionable hijabi styles and get your self look more beautiful with the proper Hijab; May Allah give all the Women’s Hidayath to wear hijab before the last hijab (Kafan). Ameen.
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