Why do some Muslim not wear hijab?


There are many reasons why women choose not to wear a headscarf. Some simply do not feel comfortable wearing it, while others feel that it is too restrictive or limiting. While some Muslim women choose not to wear hijab out of convenience or personal preference, there are also those who believe it is their religious obligation to practice modest dress.

The word hijab is derived from "hajaba" which means to hide or cover something. In Islam, it generally refers to a woman's headscarf that covers her hair and neck, but also includes behaviours and dress codes. 

The word hijab originates from the Arabic origin hajaba, which means to hide or cover. In Islam, the hijab is a headscarf that covers a woman's hair and neck. It is also a code of behavior that includes modest dress and behavior in public.

The hijab is an important part of Islamic culture and has a long history. In the Quran, Muslim women are instructed to "cover their bosoms" and "not to show off their beauty." The hijab is seen as a way of modesty and humility before God.

In Islamic societies, the hijab is often seen as a sign of a woman's piety and faith. In recent years, the hijab has become a controversial issue in the West. Some Muslim women have chosen to wear the hijab as a way of asserting their Muslim identity, while others have rejected it as a symbol of oppression. The debate over the hijab is likely to continue for many years to come.

The word hijab was used in Arabic before the start of Islam in 630 AD as an umbrella term for all types of veils worn by women (including those from other religions). The Islamic Prophet Muhammad instructed his followers not to wear anything but white garments when they prayed so he could see them clearly; this included headscarves for both men and women alike.

It wasn't until after the death of Muhammad that hijabs became part of Muslim fashion trends—but even then they weren't considered mandatory unless you wanted them.


By covering themselves from head to toe, Muslim women are able to draw attention away from their bodies. Dressing modestly and covering their hair is an outward expression of their commitment to modesty and piety.

In Islam, modesty is highly valued and Muslim women dress modestly as an outward expression of their commitment to this value. Modesty helps Muslim women to focus on their intellect and personality instead of being sexualized by men who have no right over them.

In addition, modesty prevents the sexualization of women, which can lead to mental health problems such as eating disorders, depression and anxiety disorders. By dressing modestly and covering their hair, Muslim women are sending a powerful message that they will not be defined by their physical appearance.

Instead, they are choosing to be defined by their character and values. In a world that often objectifies and sexualizes women, Muslim women who dress modestly are making a bold statement about their commitment to dignity and respect.

When you wear hijab, you are not only saying that you do not want anyone looking at your body in that way but also helping society see that beauty comes from within rather than outside our bodies."

According to some Muslim scholars, it was during this time that the burqa was made mandatory by Muhammad's followers, who believed that Muhammad wanted a veil between men and women who were not related. 

According to some Muslim scholars, it was during this time that the burqa was made mandatory by Muhammad's followers, who believed that Muhammad wanted a veil between men and women who were not related.

The Burqa is a full-body covering for women. It covers the head and face with only small eye holes for vision. Many people view it as oppressive because of its sheer materialism and lack of freedom of expression; however, others see it as an act of piety due to its association with Islam’s holy book (the Quran).

The hijab is different from a burqa; in fact there are many differences between these two garments but here we will talk about only one difference between them: hijab does not cover hair or neck whereas burqa covers everything except hands/arms/feet region which makes them look similar when worn together on top without any clothing underneath.


does muslim have to wear hijab


Does a Muslim have to wear a hijab when he or she is in public

There is a lack of clarity regarding the issue of veiling in Muslim religious writings.

It is said that there are a number of passages in the Quran, the holy book of the Muslims, and the Hadiths, the statements attributed to the Prophet Mohammad, that refer to the wearing of veils by the prophet's wives. However, scholars disagree whether these statements apply only to the prophet's wives or to all Muslim women as a whole.

There are those who believe that the veil is a way of curbing male sexual desires. However, covering the head and body in some cultures predates Islam, as Jewish, Christian and Hindu women also cover their heads at various times in history and in different parts of the world.

As is clear from the above, the headscarf has a religious significance. Many women who cover themselves speak about it as a way to demonstrate their submission to God and as a reminder to maintain their Islamic beliefs which include being honest and generous to those in need.

Many Muslim women choose to wear the hijab because it is part of their religious beliefs and because they find it liberating—not restricting. A 2010 survey conducted in the UK found that non-Muslim women who wear the hijab are more likely than non-Muslim women who do not wear the hijab to be motivated by religious reasons.

Hijab is a religious requirement for Muslim women. It's not a cultural tradition and it doesn't mean you're oppressed by your culture. Hijab isn't just about covering up your hair; it also means covering up all of your body except your face, hands and feet—and that's where the real meaning comes in!

The hijab has been worn by many Christians and other religions for centuries as well but when Muslims came along with their own version of head coverings (called Niqab), people started calling them "hijab" because they were wearing something similar on their heads instead of just covering up their hair like most other religions do with their traditional headdresses or turbans/turban hats worn under chin squares/gowns etc.

Each year, thousands of women obtain university degrees in Islamic law and go on to become experts on "fatwa" (or religious edicts). Their expertise ranges from Islamic dress code for women (especially the headscarf) to personal hygiene (such as rules regarding menstruation) to marriage laws (which allow polygamy).

  •  In recent years, there has been a growing trend of women obtaining university degrees in Islamic law. This is significant because Islamic law, or sharia, includes provisions that allow men to have up to four wives. As a result, these women are likely to play an increasingly important role in legal proceedings involving polygamy. While some people may see this as a positive development, others may view it as a potential setback for women's rights.
  • Some Muslim women wear hijabs because they are required by their religion or culture; others do so out of personal preference. Some may even choose not to cover their heads at all times because they feel it doesn't make sense when there are no restrictions on who can see them while they're wearing it!



While many Muslim women choose to wear the hijab for religious reasons, others decide it is a personal choice. In any case, it is important for Muslims in general and non-Muslims who may want to learn more about Islam's history and beliefs before making their judgements on to become experts on "fatwa" (or religious edicts).