To wear hijab is to put a target on your back, but we will continue wearing it to please our creator. May Allah ﷻ protect the Muslims pic.twitter.com/iuvXktCIXP — ♡ ياسمين ♡ (@youngtragedi) November 2, 2020
The head coverings worn by traditional Roman Catholic women and their obvious similarity to the hijab.
The Roman Catholic custom of women covering their heads, usually with a lace mantilla (called in America a ‘chapel veil’) was obligatory under the 1917 Code of Canon Law (which was superseded by the 1983 Code). The practice goes back… Read More ›
(The Courtyard of the Orphanage in Amsterdam. German, 1882. How different society was in those days. By Max Liebermann.)