Thus, replacing the Khimar with Hijab means to confuse different and opposing semantic and conceptual fields in order to endorse, in the name of Islam, the exclusion of women from the sociopolitical space behind a curtain! There is another verse that mentions a term that stands for the scarf. The Qur'an invites both men and women to behave with "decency" and "integrity", both physically and morally. Besides, it does not represent, in any way, a particular model of clothing. By "veiling" women, they will lose all the rights acquired at the advent of Islam. In fact, the classical commentaries report that the Arab women of Mecca used to uncover their neck and upper chest. The question of Khimar or scarf is not part of the pillars of Islam, but rather of moral values, behavior and relational ethics.
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