What is your opinion of what many women do nowadays, whereby they wear very short clothes when they are with other women and there are no men present? Some of these clothes show a large part of the back and stomach, or they wear these short clothes like shorts in front of their children at home?. The Standing Committee for Academic Research and Issuing Fatwas issued a statement on this matter, which reads as follows:. Women at that time used to wear concealing garments, and it is not known that they used to uncover themselves when they met one another or when they met their mahrams. The women of this ummah followed this mode of behaviour — praise be to Allaah — generation after generation until recently, when corruption and impropriety entered the way women dress and behave for many reasons, which we do not have room to discuss here. Because of the large number of questions that have been sent to the Standing Committee for Academic Research and Issuing Fatwas about women looking at women, and what women should wear, the Committee is telling all Muslim women that women are obliged to have an attitude of modesty, which the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him described as being part of faith and one of the branches of faith.
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Muslim women fire back at the 'Topless Jihad' - Los Angeles Times
Playboy put a Muslim woman who wears a hijab on its pages for the first time ever—and not everyone is happy about it. Tagouri hopes to become the first hijabi anchor on network television and gained recognition for a TEDx talk and campaign encouraging women to embrace their individuality. Playboy declined to comment on the criticism to Motto. Follow Motto on Facebook.
Muslim women fire back at the ‘Topless Jihad’
By Seema Yasmin. She is a Muslim woman, and until now you may have been unaware that she can Do Things. She spoons arugula into her mouth beneath a niqab in the Delta lounge, just the way her mother taught her.
Playboy magazine will feature a Muslim woman in a hijab head scarf for the first time in its "Renegade edition" for October. The publication used to be known for its images of nude women — though it no longer does so. The October edition will run a piece on American journalist and activist Noor Tagouri as part of series that focuses on men and women "who are not afraid to break the rules".