Some people are creating misconception that hijab is not mandatory in Islam: Jamiat

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new Delhi: The country’s leading Muslim organization Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind said on Saturday that it is mandatory for Muslim women to wear hijab under Islamic principles and Shariat. In such a situation, stopping it is a violation of Article 25 (I) of the Indian Constitution. In the meeting of the working committee of the Jamiat under the chairmanship of Maulana Arshad Madani, the recent controversies related to the hijab, social issues, modern education, establishment of schools and colleges for boys and girls and methods of social reform or some other topics were discussed. done. In this meeting, Arshad Madani said that any kind of violence in the name of religion cannot be acceptable. We should oppose those who spread hatred in the name of religion. He said that the present situation of the country is undoubtedly hopeless, but we need not despair as there are a large number of justice loving people in this country who are raising their voice against communalism, religious extremism and injustice done to minorities. Referring to the controversy surrounding hijab, Madani said that some people are making a wrong impression that it is not mandatory and there is no mention of hijab in Quran. There are Islamic guidelines on hijab in Quran and Hadith that hijab is mandatory according to Sharia.

[Attribution to NBT]

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