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Things to Know about the Muslim Women Veil

The veils of Muslim women that reveal their Muslim identity are largely divided into four categories according to their shape. They are burka, niqab, chador, and hijab. The Koran, an Islamic scripture, states that women should cover themselves with veils except in front of their families. However, it does not specifically specify where, how much, and how to cover it, so it appears as a veil of various forms as it is now, depending on the interpretation of each country and nation. In general, the more you advocate Islamic fundamentalism and fundamentalism, the less exposed your body is.

The burka is the most conservative veil. Covers everything from head to toe and eyes are covered with mesh to ensure visibility. Gloves are also worn on hands. The veil is commonly used in Afghanistan, and is worn by some of the Bedouin in Egypt. It is usually blue, but there are also black.

The hijab looks like a hood. Hijab is derived from the Arabic word meaning'to cover' or'to isolate'. He only covers his face and covers his upper body to his chest. It is easy to put on and take off, and the colors are also varied. It is widely used in Northern African countries such as Tunisia and Syria.

Niqab is a towel that covers your face under your eyes. It is mainly used with hijab and not only nicaps. It is used a lot by Pakistani and Moroccan women. Nicaps also come in a variety of colors.

The Iranian word chador, meaning'to cover', is a cloak-like veil used in Iran. It is black and is mainly dressed in western clothes.

When it comes to the veil of Muslim women, black is the first thing that comes to mind, but in fact, it varies from red to black. In countries like Morocco and Tunisia, a beige veil is used, and in Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen, a black veil is used.

Whether or not to be forced to wear a veil varies by country. In Saudi Arabia, it is mandatory for women to wear a veil. In August, a woman who didn't wear a hijab conducted the news, and controversy about a'religious crime' broke out. Even in Iran, if you are over 13 years old, you must wear a veil when you go out. Even non-Muslim foreigners should wear chadors if they are women. In Iran, where veils are strict, crimes related to this often occur. Iran Wire reported on the 19th of last month that there is a series of terror attacks in Isfahan, the southern city of Iran, aimed at women who have not properly covered their hair with veils. Reportedly, six women in the region have been attacked for this reason and are being treated. However, despite the regulations, there is an increasing number of young women in Iran who wear thin veils of colors other than black or dress up as abayas that reveal their bodies.

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