Traditionally, Muslim women wear a cloth, called a hajib, to cover the head and neck and a cloak that loosely covers the body. The Quran, the word of Allah, and the Hadith, or traditions that have been passed down from t... More »

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Muslim women commonly wear a head cover called a hijab, which simply means "screen" or "cover" in Arabic. Mainly worn by women, a hijab is also sometimes worn by men as a symbol of modesty. More »

The veil that some Muslim women wear is called a hijab. This veil covers the head and chest of the woman and is typically worn after a woman is past the age of puberty. More »

Muslim women commonly wear a head cover called a hijab, which simply means "screen" or "cover" in Arabic. Mainly worn by women, a hijab is also sometimes worn by men as a symbol of modesty. More »

The veil that some Muslim women wear is called a hijab. This veil covers the head and chest of the woman and is typically worn after a woman is past the age of puberty. More »

A man should wear conservative attire, such as trousers and a dress shirt, in basic colors such as black and white to a Muslim funeral. Non-Muslim women are not required to wear a hijab but should wear a head covering an... More »

Muslim women cover their hair because Koran advises that a woman should cover her head past the neck opening of their dresses or tops so as to not display her "ornaments" to males outside her family. "Ornaments" is inter... More »