There is no uniform approach to terminology for Islamic dress. HIJAB is an Arabic word, originally referring to a curtain or score, which later referred to Islamic dress in general, but now it is commonly metonymically reduced to the handkerchief.
In recent years, Islamic clothing has become the permanent place of protest in relations between Muslim communities and the state. More specifically, the use of the Islamic veil by women in public places has raised questions about secularism, women’s rights and national identity. She has always been considered by the Western feminists as oppressive and as a symbol of the submission of Muslim women to men. Therefore, it is often surprising to Western feminists that the veil has become increasingly common in the Muslim world and that students use it with pride as a symbol of Islamic identity, symbolically freeing them from Western neo-cultural imperialism. -Colonial. and domination. For more than two decades, Muslim women have positioned themselves in Australian popular media in opposition to the values of liberal democracy and the feminist agenda. Muslim women, as if the act of “unveiling” in one way or another would give “equality” and “freedoms” to Western women. While the “HIJAB debates” take place in various forms in France, the Netherlands, Germany, the United Kingdom and elsewhere, the issues of gender, race and religion have particular relevance in Australia, where a combination of recent events they have attracted unprecedented public and intellectual attention. sexual violence, “masculinist protection” and ideas of the nation. It is in this historical context that Australian popular media have developed an interest in HIJAB, the traditional veil worn by some Muslim women. The first Gulf War in 1991 marked the beginning of veiled symbolism in the Australian popular media.
Recently, FIFA declared in a letter to the Iranian Soccer Federation that the Iranian women’s team could not play in Singapore with Hijab scarves.
FIFA states on its website that “the player’s equipment shall not include any political, religious or personal statement” and that “any non-basic clothing or equipment must be inspected by the referee and considered non-dangerous”.
In 2007, an 11-year-old girl was not allowed to play soccer in Canada because she used HIJAB. The Quebec Football Association has stated that the JAIAB ban is designed to protect children from accidental strangulation. The secretary-general of the Iranian National Olympic Committee has called on Muslim countries to protest against the ban on the world body of football to use handkerchiefs for women at the Youth Olympic Games this summer. You can Download Jumma Mubarak gifs just in one click.
On March 14, 2004, the French Legislative Council voted to ban “religious symbols” in public schools. This unusual law, which is aimed primarily at young Muslim women, has received widespread support in France. After four years of enactment of the law, it is difficult to measure the consequences for French Muslims. People keep looking at the case without real understanding. The French Muslims have not managed to build a unanimous strategy before the crisis of the hijab. They could not make their voices
heard through the media. The normal result was that his management of the crisis proved ineffective. Now, after four years of promulgation of the anti-hijab law, the situation seems to be the same.
The Western media do not show the countless Western women who have returned to Islam, adopted the HIJAB and are satisfied with that. Born, raised and educated in the West, they lived freedom and lived their lives as they wanted. Then they studied Islam and returned. What did Islam give you that were missing? He filled the void in their souls.
Should we listen to Western media or Western women who accept Islam after experiencing the so-called freedom?
West thinks that the belt of freedom belongs to them. DO NOT. Islam is the first to give freedom to women. Islam grants women the right to vote 1,400 years ago in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century. Islam grants the right to inherit 1400 years ago, but in the United States the inheritance laws have been rewritten. in 1950 to give a legacy to women. How important is the status of women in the West? We gave rights 1400 years ago as women of Western dreams until this generation. Is incredible.