In this Article We will learn about The Verse of Hijab in the Quran by QuranMualim. It is very important that it is compulsory for every Muslim to understand hislher faith the correct way. This means to have authentic knowledge of Islam based on the Qur’an and the Sunnah so that we can follow what Allah and His Messenger: i have commanded us to do and refrain ourselves from committing sins because of disobedience. The best way to learn and Islam correctly is by knowing and understanding at least the correct meaning of the Holy Qur’an (Hijab in the Quran) and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad ~ if not learning the language of the Qur’an itself.
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We have to understand that no matter how much efforts were to translate the Also Aishah~ 4J. AlIh ~.J said: ” If someone tells that Muhammad has seen his Rubb he is a liar for Allah said: ‘No vision can Him’ (6: 103). (AI-Bukhari) Another verse~ ‘” in chapter Al-~~taffifin, verse 5, Allah ~ gave tfie word jalbob when “Nay! Surely, they (evil-doers) will be Mahjobon (covered/veiled) from seeing Rubb of Judgment). ” Allah said ~ explains how the Kafiroon do not admit) win be veiled from seeing Allah. It is noted that the word used by A.llah is Mahjoboon” which comes from the verb “Hajba which means “prevent from seeing”.
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The Hijab is an act of obedience involving the Muslim girl and her Creator. It’s a source of dignity and empowerment, and countless Muslim women across the world decide to wear the Hijab within the religion. Far from becoming oppressive, the Hijab is an act of liberation, purity and most of all, belief. Respect for women is a significant facet of Islamic teachings, which is exemplified via the Hijab. True equality will happen when girls don’t have to exhibit themselves to be appreciated nor defend their decision to keep their bodies to themselves.