7 Scientific Uses for Women's Hijab

1 Hijab protects women from persecution (especially from men)

 

Men tend to entertain and
enjoy themselves by looking at the prominences and specific parts of women's
bodies, and this can lead to the persecution of women. Also, keeping the hijab
will protect women from any harassment (especially from men), because their
body is worn by the veil.

2 Hijab reinforces purity
and chastity in women

The hijab reminds
themselves and others of the purity and chastity of Muslim women. Another
benefit of the veil is that it shows that women are protected against all evil
and temptations. Hence, they are usually clean and dangerous. However, the good
character of women also strengthens the authenticity of hijab.

Hijab Benefits 3: Hijab
acts as a symbol of commitment

Another benefit of the
veil is that it acts as a symbol of a woman's commitment to a man. No one else
has the right to seek the pleasure of them, because they are solely affiliated
with their spouse. Also, the hijab can act as a symbol of commitment to God or
the religion of Islam.

4 Hijab makes others
focus only on female characters

Compliance with the hijab
means that women's physical characteristics and beauty are covered; this causes
others to focus only on their personality. In this way, veiled women are proud
of not their physical features but their inner beauty.

Benefits of Hijab 5:
Decrease jealousy than others

Women are always exposed
to competitions, eyes, and eyes in the purchase and use of expensive clothes;
Hijab reduces the negative impact of these competitions on the eyes and eyes
and reduces the value and worth of other women. Also, all veiled women look
like each other, and they can not be judged by the price of their clothes.

6 Hijab improves women's
self-esteem

As hijab improves purity
and chastity in women, it can also help improve their self-esteem. Women's
self-esteem is measured according to how they are covered, while hijab
compliance means raising and maintaining female dignity. Compliance with the
veil is a way to increase women's self-esteem, and the good personality of
women can also increase their self-esteem.

7 Hijab improves women's
health

In addition to
maintaining the purity, the veil also protects women's health and well-being.
Since the body of women is worn with hijab, it is protected against
contamination and other possible damage. According to a study, veiled women
lose 40-60 percent less heat than others. Hence, covering the head or observing
hijab in cold months can help maintain their health.

Effect of hijab on Physical Health

In addition to the effect of hijab on mental health, Hijab also plays a role in providing people with physical health. With the explanation that irregularity of the veil and the appropriate cover usually provokes the sexuality of the community, sexual stimulation in many cases ultimately leads to unlawful sexual relationships, and illicit sexual relationships also lead to dangerous illnesses such as AIDS, which are now dangerous. The most commonly reported illness is a human sacrifice and threatens to destroy the human race. Today, the number of people with serious diseases is increasing as a result of the spread of corruption and illicit sexual relations, which is one of the indisputable consequences.

At the Tehran International Medical Seminar, organized by
two dozen experts from sixty countries in the world, what is to be done in
response to one of the participants who needed to stay safe from STDs? Mrs. Dr.
m.od-uncan shouted, "obey the laws of Islam" while she was cursed.

Undoubtedly, including Islamic law, which is the aspect of preventing corruption caused by sexual immorality, there are rules for regulating the correct relationship between the Muharram and the non-Islamic, and one of the most important laws for establishing the proper relationship between the Muharram and the non-Islamic law of the hijab and covering law in the face of Is not the law.

The Effect of Hijab on the Formation and Consolidation of the Family Institution

Undoubtedly, the family of the center of love and hope and
research is the sweet aspirations of all young girls and boys; the young people
consider marital life as a fulfillment of many of their aspirations and dreams;
on the other hand, the family is the most important and fundamental social
institution of the human society, and its impact In other social institutions,
such as the institution of education and the institution of government and
politics, it is undeniable. Therefore, the stability and solidity of the social
institution of the family will also be useful in the firmness and solidity of
other institutions of society.

 There is no doubt that one of the essential factors in building a family in compliance with the hijab. Because of the veil is fully adhered to and the sex only affects the relationship of the woman and the husband in the family environment, the young will tend to form a family by marriage and the established families will also have more excellent stability and ultimately the most benefit and Women will benefit in their own right because, with the solidity of the family, women will enjoy the affection and affection of their wives, but if women's wickedness, wickedness, and makeup become irritating in society, and as a result of relationships An unprovoked and illegitimate sex is possible outside of the family environment, the pot Not only young people would not get married to start a family, but the family also constantly shaken, will fall. Because men will be vulnerable to seeing unhappy and wicked women, they will become weak, and as a result, the warmth of the family will be cold, and the affection of the family will hate its place because the legal wife is competing and preventing new sexual relations. To come

Hijab history


Hijab history

 


According
to texts from some historical sources, in most nations and religions,
there has been a veil among women. Although history has gone through
many ups and downs and sometimes exacerbated or relieved by the rulers’
tastes, it has never been eliminated. Historians rarely mention
primitive relatives whose women did not have an appropriate cover or
appeared naked in the community. Scientists attribute the history of
wearing and wearing women to our era before and after the Stone Age, the
book The Woman in the Mirror of History, after a detailed plan of the
causes and historical factors of the hijab,
writes: Given the reasons mentioned and the study of works and The
motifs involved are the emergence of hijab before pre-religious periods.

 


The
cover of women in the course of history is a symbol of women’s position
in every culture and civilization. By studying history, we find that
women in the East have a more solid and complete cover than Western
women, which also indicates that the people’s view of women in a land
like Iran has been different from that of Western women. Coverage of
women in ancient Iran shows that Iranian women’s hijab, even before
Islam entered Iran, was a full hijab and unique in the ancient world.

 


Hijab in the Iranian-Turkish era

 


In
the Iranian-Turkish era, i.e., the regimes of the Ghaznavids, Seljuks,
and Khwarizmshahids, women used a tent and an armchair covering the
entire head. Usually, he hid his forehead, chin, and mouth, and the tape
was closed on this forehead and the forehead. The other type of cover
was about the same as the tent of the head and continued to cover the
shoulders and hide almost the whole body. These caps were mostly white,
green, and occasionally red.

 


hijab in the Safavid era

 


French
Sharon commented on the coverage of women in the Safavid era on his
travels: “The head of women is a white chest that reaches to the
shoulder, and a white tent that only points behind it, and fastens the
front of the face with cloth or lacing. At the same time, women wear
their heads and wear them over their chests. “In her travel report,
Eriaru states:” Women, when they leave the house, cover their faces with
a white towel, and their tent covers the whole body. And their eyes are
open. “

 


During the Safavid period, the hijab has been very important. Women did not leave home without hijab during this period.

Hijab in Christianity

In Christianity, women’s veils are considered obligatory. “If the purpose of hijab is to cover the body, it’s a common practice before Islam, and even before the advent of the religion of Christ, and its effects remain in Europe itself,” says Christian scholar Georgi Zidan. “Christianity not only did not change the Jewish religion’s rules on women’s hijab and continued its strict laws, but, in some cases, extended the step, and raised the need for hijab with greater emphasis, because in the Jewish Shari’a, Family and marriage were considered sacred, and even in Will Durant’s Civilization History, it was stated that “wedding at the age of 20 was compulsory, but from day to day When Christian celibacy, is considered sacred, no doubt will remain for the loss of stimulation and excitement, this school, women to observe complete coverage and avoid cosmetic, called for tighter. “

In this regard, we take a look at the “Gospel”: “… and also give women their clothing, which is not merely goldsmiths and pearls, but dressed in costumes, but not May women argue for religious rigor … ” (Gospel, Paul’s Epistle to Timonus, Second Bottom, Col. 9-15). We also read about women’s dignity and faith: “And so women must be dignified, not indifferent, but alert and in every respect » (Gospel, Prophet Paul the prophet to Timonus, the third volume, verse 11.)

Hijab in the Jewish religion

The propagation of hijab between women of the Jewish people is not something anyone can deny or doubt. Historians have not only spoken about the tradition of hijab among Jewish women, but also to their many extremists and rigors in this regard. In the Book of Hijab in Islam, “although the coverage was not customary in Arabic and Islam was created, it was most prevalent in non-Arab nations.”

In Iran, and among Jews and nations that followed the Jewish thought, the veil was far more severe than what Islam demanded. Among these nations, the faces  (faces and palms) were also covered. Even in some countries, it was not about wearing a woman’s look or a woman’s face, but a way of hiding a woman, making it a harsh habit.

In the Torah, the tent and burqa that women wear with their faces and faces are explicitly mentioned, which indicates the quality of women’s clothing.

Will Durant writes about hijab in Judaism: “If a woman were defying the Jewish law, for example, she would go to the public without a headscarf, or spoke in general, or spoke to anyone with men (non-husband) Or her voice was so loud that, as she spoke in her own house, her neighbors heard and the man was entitled to divorce her without paying a dowry. “

Hijab history


Hijab history

 


According
to texts from some historical sources, in most nations and religions,
there has been a veil among women. Although history has gone through
many ups and downs and sometimes exacerbated or relieved by the rulers’
tastes, it has never been eliminated. Historians rarely mention
primitive relatives whose women did not have an appropriate cover or
appeared naked in the community. Scientists attribute the history of
wearing and wearing women to our era before and after the Stone Age, the
book The Woman in the Mirror of History, after a detailed plan of the
causes and historical factors of the hijab,
writes: Given the reasons mentioned and the study of works and The
motifs involved are the emergence of hijab before pre-religious periods.

 


The
cover of women in the course of history is a symbol of women’s position
in every culture and civilization. By studying history, we find that
women in the East have a more solid and complete cover than Western
women, which also indicates that the people’s view of women in a land
like Iran has been different from that of Western women. Coverage of
women in ancient Iran shows that Iranian women’s hijab, even before
Islam entered Iran, was a full hijab and unique in the ancient world.

 


Hijab in the Iranian-Turkish era

 


In
the Iranian-Turkish era, i.e., the regimes of the Ghaznavids, Seljuks,
and Khwarizmshahids, women used a tent and an armchair covering the
entire head. Usually, he hid his forehead, chin, and mouth, and the tape
was closed on this forehead and the forehead. The other type of cover
was about the same as the tent of the head and continued to cover the
shoulders and hide almost the whole body. These caps were mostly white,
green, and occasionally red.

 


hijab in the Safavid era

 


French
Sharon commented on the coverage of women in the Safavid era on his
travels: “The head of women is a white chest that reaches to the
shoulder, and a white tent that only points behind it, and fastens the
front of the face with cloth or lacing. At the same time, women wear
their heads and wear them over their chests. “In her travel report,
Eriaru states:” Women, when they leave the house, cover their faces with
a white towel, and their tent covers the whole body. And their eyes are
open. “

 


During the Safavid period, the hijab has been very important. Women did not leave home without hijab during this period.

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