Why Muslim Women Wear Hijab

The hijab is often seen as a symbol of oppression. Honestly, I’ve never understood why. If a woman should have the freedom to choose how to dress, why shouldn’t she have the freedom to choose to dress modestly?

Below are videos about hijab. Nouman Ali Khan discusses whether the Quran states that women should cover their head. Aminah Assilmi explains why Muslim women wear hijab. Hanna Yusuf addresses many stereotypes about hijab as a symbol of oppression. Jennifer Kushell had traveled to 50 countries, but had never talked to a niqabi. Watch what happened when she met one. Karim Metwaly asked New Yorkers what they think about hijab.

To Cover or Not? – Nouman Ali Khan

Why Muslim Women Wear Hijab, By Aminah Assilmi

My hijab has nothing to do with oppression; it’s a feminist statement – Hanna Yusuf

Jennifer Kushell meets a niqabi

Supermodel wears hijab for a day

New York on Hijab

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