Let the world know “Hijab is loved not forced”

Hijab is not the sign of being orthodox but is a sign of chastity.

  1. Angelica

    I wear hijab so proudly because I grew up non muslim and saw how vulnerable women all around me were and I made a promise to myself to uphold my dignity and protect my modesty for myself and as an example to all women.

  2. sobia

    i support hijab because it is good for my dunia and akhra.

  3. mahtia

    Allah has Ordered us to wear Hijaab and I DO Love HIJAAB… it gives me identity of me being a woman who guard her chastity..alhamdulillah All Praises belong to Allah Alone..

  4. kusuma

    I love to wear hijab because Allah orders us muslims women to wear it, and I feel so comfortable by wearing it. and alhamdulillah no one force me to do it, it’s my own will.

  5. nasra

    i am sooo proud to wear my hijab..because Allah choose me to be a symbol for Islam

  6. amaal

    i support hijaab because i think that is beautiful1:)

  7. shazia

    i support hijab b/c its the order of Allah ,iwear hijab and i feel secure after wearing hijab and i wish every muslimah would wear hijab,rabana la tuziq qulobana bada is hidaytana ameen

  8. AmatuAllah

    Hajab :D
    MY GREATES GIFT! subhanaAllah, I can never see myself NOT wearing it. It’s my protection, myown choice, my way of saying *I submit msyself to almighty Allah* AlhamduliAllah:)
    Here is a LILTTLE poem I would like to share:
    FOR some it’s a symbol of oppression
    FOR me it’s a symbol of libration
    when I walk down the street/mall with my head held high
    srange eyes stare with curiosity
    I smile for I know Iam dressed modestly
    YES I wear my HIJAB to protect my PURITY
    I live to have RESPECT/honor for Allah gave it to me 1400 years ago
    Hijab is my SHINING light to a beautiful life
    AND it’s CERTAINLY NOT a forceful guide
    I am SOOO proud to wear it for I know I have a protector up ABOVE

    يٰأَيُّهَا النَّبِىُّ قُل لِأَزوٰجِكَ وَبَناتِكَ وَنِساءِ المُؤمِنينَ يُدنينَ عَلَيهِنَّ مِن جَلٰبيبِهِنَّ ۚ ذٰلِكَ أَدنىٰ أَن يُعرَفنَ فَلا يُؤذَينَ ۗ وَكانَ اللَّهُ غَفورًا رَحيمًا ﴿٥٩
    (59) O Prophet! Tell thy wives and daughters, and the believing women, that they should cast their outer garments over their persons (when abroad): that is most convenient, that they should be known (as such) and not molested. And Allah is Oft- Forgiving, Most Merciful.

  9. fatima1994

    I fully support it. Its not forced upon any girl but its her own choice. It protects a girl from fitnah and evils all around her. Her symbol of protection.

  10. Faty SA

    I love my Hejab , It makes me as a pearl and hejab is my shell , protects me from bad men .
    Hejab makes me a valuable woman , respected by others ..

    Al7amdulillah for being Muslemah !

  11. Asja

    Assalmau allaicum wa raahmtullah wa baarakatuhu

    Before I started wearing hijab I prayed so much to Allah to help me to start wearing hijaab,and Alhamdulilah I am wearing hijaab for very long time, Wallahi It is my greatest gift from Allah,and I could not live without my hijaab. I think that hijaab is order for woman to keep her beauty,chasity,modesty and to protect her.Except that it is order for us,it is also gift from Allah. With my hijab I am showing submission to Allah,and respect towerd my religion Alhamdulillah.What is the most importante is that our hijaab have to be long and properaite taht it accoamlish its purpose. May Allah help us on that way,and also guide all my non hijabi sisters that they aslo start wearing hijaab.

    I love my hijaab!!!!

    Allah bless you

    wa allaicum saalam wa raahmtullah wa baarkatuhu

  12. Andi Kumala Dewi

    I was born in muslim (Alhamdulillah) I’m a muslim hijab. It’s my choice not coercion based on faith and obedience to Allah Subhanu Wata’ala.
    Many who argue that the hijab of restraint and sign setback WALLAHI was not true. Those who think like that because they hear from people who do not use, or the people who speak ill of Islam.


  13. Suzanne Joy Abdel Rahim

    i am new revert to islam (since may) and i wore hijab from the beginning it was my choice no one forced me and i love it its a symbol of my religion that i am very proud of.

  14. Proud Hijabi

    Assalamu alaykum!!
    I love wearing my hijab. Its the most beautiful gift from Allah swt to Muslim women. Hijab just teaches us to appreciate the character of a woman rather than her beauty..:)
    And NO! It’s definitely not forced upon you to wear it.

  15. Noor Ahmed

    Higab gaurds modesty and diginty of women and shows that women are not toys or objects of enjoyment for men but half of humanity and deserve all kind of respect.

  16. revert2007

    i support hijab coz that is what Allah has ordered..and i wear niqab as well and it is from my own will and no one has forced me..people are just forcing me to remove it lol…

  17. MB

    Hijab, is a beautiful representation of Islamic women.

  18. Lulu

    I LOVE HIJAB – Hijab makes me free from the constraints of society, it protects me and keeps me modest. Alhumdulillah, I love hijab and I love it because I do it for the sake of Allah (swt)

  19. WINOW

    Western countries have always been working on the development of economic, political and cultural streams emerging from the liberal-materialistic ideology with the purpose of disintegrating Islamic communities and taking away their beliefs. On the other hand, Islam and its values still continue to spread in the world in spite of conspiracies developed with the purpose of halting the fast spread of this religion. For a long time, the Muslim world has seen the Western efforts to spread hypocrisy, fear and insecurity in the name of fighting against terrorism and establishing security. The hostility of West against Islam reached the top of supporting Islamophobia by overlooking humanitarian values and killing a Muslim pregnant woman (Marwa al-Sherbini) inside a courtroom (supposed to symbolize justice and security) in Germany. Criminals and racists are seriously mad at noble women like Marwa wearing an Islamic dress and living among them even though they are overwhelmingly surrounded by poisonous propaganda in their daily lives. So, Marwa al-Sherbini can be considered a symbol of Western hostility against Islam and Muslims.
    What happened to Marwa inside the courthouse and the seriously ban of news coverage in the media to control public opinion showed this hostility and made the incident an everlasting memory in the mind of Muslims and all freedom and justice seekers in the globe. It also reflected how superficial the western human rights slogans are.

  20. laila

    it is my choice
    my freewill
    and what i think is right


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