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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 137. Chapters: Hijab, Kerchief, Personal protective equipment, Helmet, Crown, Balaclava, Mitre, Cap, Headphones, Earplug, Keffiyeh, Student cap, Dastar, Equestrian helmet, Kepi, Combat helmet, List of headgear, Square academic cap, Golden hat, Pointed hat, Turban, Hackle, Hennin, Jilbab, Ghonnella, Shako, Scarf, Bonnet, Boss of the Plains, Corolla, Laurel wreath, Snood, Snell Memorial Foundation, The Philippi Collection, Cricket cap, Do-rag, Energy dome, Jeep cap, Deely Bobber, Pagri, Headband, Casquette d'Afrique, Makarapa, Patrol cap, Earmuffs, Kokoshnik, Camauro, Forage cap, Ukrainian wreath, War bonnet, Boater, Gaung baung, Klobuk, Utility cover, Tignon, Face shield, Headscarf, Lappet, Epanokamelavkion, Hair drop, Tichel, Dush-toh, Tagelmust, sajkaca, Head tie, Cornette, Buff, Nemes, Capirote, Koukoulion, Gable hood, Wimple, Capotain, Fascinator, Gamsbart, Pheta, Tantour, Blangkon, Peineta, Perak, Apostolnik, Barrette, Aigrette, Hairnet, Nightcap, Tudor bonnet, Visor, subara, Water polo cap, Birrus, Tudong, Hat Act, Pilgrim's hat, Mossant, Four Winds hat, Krama, Bell-boy hat, Hejazi turban, Agal, Scrunchie, Llauto, Taranga, Headpiece, Shpitzel, Topor, Hair tie, Alasho, Motoring hood, Caul, Matron's badge, Hair pipe. Excerpt: The word "hijab" or "" (Arabic: hijaab, pronounced ~ ) refers to both the head covering traditionally worn by Muslim women and modest Muslim styles of dress in general. The Arabic word literally means curtain or cover (noun). Most Islamic legal systems define this type of modest dressing as covering everything except the face and hands in public. According to Islamic scholarship, hijab is given the wider meaning of modesty, privacy, and morality; the words for a headscarf or veil used in the Qur'an are khimar () and Jilbaab(), not hijab. Still another definition is metaphysical, where al-hijab refers to "the veil which separates man or the world from God." Muslims differ as to whether the hijab should be required on women in public, as it is in countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia; whether it should be banned in schools, as it is in France and Turkey; or whether it should be left for the women to decide. According to the Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, the meaning of hijab has evolved over time: The Qur'an instructs both Muslim men and women to dress in a modest way. The clearest verse on the requirement of the hijab is surah 24:30-31, asking women to draw their khimar over their bosoms. In the following verse, Muslim women are asked to draw their jilbab over them (when they go out), as a measure to distinguish themselves from others, so that they are not harassed. Surah 33:59 reads: Women's head scarves for sale in East JerusalemOther Muslims take a relativist approach to hijab. They believe that the commandment to maintain modesty must be interpreted with regard to the surrounding society. What is considered modest or daring in one society may not be considered so in another. It is important, they say, for believers to wear clothing that communicates modesty and reserve in the situations in which they find themselves. Along with scriptural arguments, Leila Ahmed argues that head covering should not be compulsory in Islam because the veil predates the r


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