حجاب: اسلام اور دیگر ادیان و مذاہب کی تعلیمات میں
Hijab refers to a barrier which lingers in between two aspects “chastity” and “immodesty”. Hijab is not only considered as a peice draping which helps men and women to cover their intimate parts from na-mahram. But it is the actuality of life in the shape of rules and regulations. Which will assist us to rescue humankind from sexual immorality, desecration of honor, exploitation of women in the name of so called freedom, sexual abuse and blasphemy of our sacred relationships. Hijab is a condition of spiritual excellence. In this indecorous society there will be no room in the souls of men either women for mystical and spiritual experiences. If we really want each one of us to master mystical and spiritual perfection. Than we must shield ourselves against these contaminations. A false rumor has been prevalent that hijab is a product of Islam and a punishment for women. While for all seraphic and non-seraphic religions it is emphasized that veiling is obligatory on a woman especially while worshiping. In the paintings of temples and churches all over the world and in practice women scholars of every single religion wore proper hijabs. In Christianity the dress of priest and nun is an obvious example of full hijab. This witnesses that according to most of the religions the spiritual quality of a woman requires her hijab and body modesty. In the form of hijab a woman from any religion not only regarded as virtuous and pure but also seems dignified and charismatic because hijab is for women not for any religion or creed .