SHAFAQNA (Shia News Association) — One of the instructors of Islamic Azad University underscored the necessity of Hijab and said the issue is of prime importance in different religions and cultures.
Hojjatol Islam Seyyed Muhammad Thaqafi, the instructors of Islamic Azad university underscored the necessity of Hijab and said the issue is of prime importance in different religions and cultures, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
“In studying different religions such as Zarathustra we can find the trace of kind of Hijab and covering,” he said.
“In Zarathustra, women wear long dresses and people gave special attention to Hijab,” said the Islamic scholar.
“In the religion of Jewish, the story of Hazrat Moses (PBUH) and Shoaib’s girls underscores one of the most conspicuous of the girls which is virtue and piety,”
In other part of his speech, Thaqafi underlined, “stores exploit the grace and beauty of female shop assistance to sell their products.”
“But the divine religion of Islam forbids using women as a tool to reach their aims,”
said the Islamic scholar.
Hojjatol Islam Seyyed Muhammad Thaqafi said that Islam gives special attention to Hijab and ordered both women and men to be careful about their behavior, wearing and looks. — www.shafaqna.com/english/