When I wear hijab, I feel so different. I’m confident, collected, calm. I think through what I’m saying & doing. I feel protected. I feel like a survivor. Wearing hijab has become so much a part of my identity; I never want to give this up. It would be giving up part of me.
Parents should never force their daughters to wear hijab.Hijab is like marriage. It’s a commitment you make for life, you shouldn’t make someone marry somebody they don’t love. Similarly, you shouldn’t force someone to wear hijab because they need to love it first.
When you wear hijab you become a symbol of Islam. You represent your religion in everything you do. How can one be expected to properly represent their religion if they’re unsure about it in the first place?When daughters are forced to wear hijab it no longer has anything to do with religion, it becomes part of a culture of shame and honour.Hijab needs to be kept free of culture. It needs to be from religion and religion alone.*In the above writing the term hijab is meant to be defined as the actual physical hijab women use to cover their hair.
When you wear hijab you become a symbol of Islam. You represent your religion in everything you do.
Exactly. You can’t force someone to wear hijab because you can’t force someone to accept Islam. That has to come from within. When you wear hijab, that’s the first thing people notice. First and foremost, you are identifying yourself as Muslim. That’s a core part of you. And it can’t be your core if you don’t love it.
Oh, but before I leave you though, always remember though that you are beautiful and that ‘wearing hijab’ doesn’t detract from your beauty:
i choose to wear hijab because of allah..
im not perfect but i need to become different..
i love my allah,love my husband,love my family n love my dear mom..
thanks for supporting me n accepted me the way i become now..
love u mom..she is my bestfriend forever & she for me when i need her love & support & juz everything i dont know what i would do without her..love u mom