Muslims themselves have various interpretations of what the hijab should look like. What are some of the things they all agree upon?
If you visit Arab countries, it becomes apparent that even Muslims have different interpretations of the Qur’an with regards to the hijab. For example, some places in Iran require women to wear black, full-body veil; the woman can see outside because of the sheer material surrounding the eye area but nobody can see her. And in Saudi Arabia, face veil (only the eyes are visible) are widely used. But what everyone agrees upon is that no private body part, or the figure, should be displayed.
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