Top 14 Excuses Made for Not Wearing Hijab

Top 14 Excuses Made for Not Wearing Hijab

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Top 14 Excuses Made For Not Wearing Hijab!!

Allah has made wearing hijaab an obligation upon the woman as a safeguard of
her chastity and protection of her honor and sign of her Imaan. Hijaab is not a
piece of cloth on your head. It also includes that you be covered decently, from
head to toe, something not tight, or see-through nor elaborate. It is also a
manner in which you carry yourself….with dignity and honor…. that reflects your
pride in this religion of Islam. Unfortunately, many sisters have either given
it up completely or they don't understand the full implication of Hijaab.

Excuse # 1:

I am not ready yet!


When will you be ready? When the angel of Death knocks on your door? Or will you
be ready when you say; "Alas, my grief that I was
undutiful to Allah and I was indeed among those who mocked (at the truth)."
(Az-Zumar:56) The question that you have to ask yourself is… Will you EVER be

Excuse # 2:

I'm not yet convinced (of the necessity) of hijaab.


Are you truly convinced of the correctness of the religion of Islam?
If you are convinced of Islam, how then can you not be convinced of its orders?
For Allah has commanded wearing hijaab in His Book and the noble Prophet (pbuh)has
commanded wearing the hijaab in his Sunnah.

Excuse #3:

I am convinced of Islamic dress but my Husband/Mother prevents me from
wearing it and if I disobey him/her I will go to the Fire.

Does your husband/mother deserve more obedience than Allaah? Do you
want to please them while you displease Allaah?
The Prophet (pbuh) said, "There is no obedience to the
created in the disobedience of Allah." [Ahmed]
Remember, your husband/mother won't be there to answer for you on Day of

Excuse #4 :

I know that hijaab is obligatory, but I will wear it when Allah guides me to do


So what steps have you taken to deserve Allah's guidance such as:
Supplicating Allah sincerely: "Guide us...

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