How about World Hijab Day for Muslim Women Who Are Forced to Wear Hijab?

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There is no honesty in these theatrical presentations made possible by the sharia-compliant enemedia. No one is stopping from Muslim women from wearing their garb of shame.

In the ongoing Islamic imperialism project in the West, today is World Hijab Day. Non-Muslim women  around the world are expected to wear the hijab in solidarity with Muslim women. Why? Is there a worldwide Jewish day? Are people around the world required to wear a kippah or Jewish star and see what it’s like to be a Jew in Europe or Muslim countries? Is there a worldwide Christian day?

 

This is imposing Islam in the public square. No one is stopping Muslim women from wearing hijab. Nobody cares. If you want to wear purple hair, nose rings, face tattoos or cloth coffins — no one cares. But there are Muslim girls in the West and in the world who don’t want to wear hijab, and they are beaten, tortured and killed. Rifqa Bary, Amina Said, Sarah Said, Jessica Mokdad, Noor Almaleki, Aqsa Parvez can tell you about that — except with the exception of Rifqa Bary, those girls were honor murdered for their desire to live free.

What is the hijab? Non-Muslim women asked to wear the hijab for World Hijab Day TODAY

WOMEN of all faiths around the world are being asked to wear the hijab in solidarity with Muslim women on World Hijab Day today. But what is the hijab?

By Alice Foster, The Express, February 1, 2017

The hijab is the name for Islamic headscarves that cover the hair but it is also a general term for modest Muslim dress.

The type of headscarf most commonly worn in the West covers the head and neck but leaves the face exposed.

In contrast, the burka – a full face and body covering – is the most concealing form of Islamic dress.

What is World Hijab Day? 

The organisers of World Hijab Day (WHD) are asking women of all faiths to wear a hijab in solidarity with Muslim women on February 1.New Yorker Nazma Khan started the global movement five years ago by asking women around the world to wear the hijab for the day in 2013.Ms Khan said: “I thought If I could invite women of all faiths – Muslim and non-Muslim – to walk in my shoes just for one day, perhaps things would change.”This year women are being asked to post a photo of themselves wearing a headscarf on social media using the hashtag #iStand4Hijab.The organisers say: “The overall mission of WHD is to create a more peaceful world where global citizens respect each other.
 Express
This guide to Muslim dress shows the different types of Islamic headscarves
“Particularly, WHD focuses on fighting bigotry, discrimination, and prejudice against Muslim women.“This is most crucial in these times where Hijab is being banned in some countries while in other countries, Muslim women are being targeted and harassed verbally and physically.”Women are required to wear headscarves in Muslim countries such as Iran and Saudi Arabia.

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