Before the arrival of Islam there was no real concept of Hijab or veil for women and In the pre-Islamic days, women were treated with great indignity not just in the Middle East but all over the world women rights were non existent. There was no religion, which allowed them equality and furthermore women were not given any right in the inheritance of family wealth. In the Arab culture women were more treated as slaves an something look down upon and from authentic sources girl babies were buried alive. With the arrival of Islam it gave women rights which were unparalleled in the history of man..
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The act of Prayer or salat is the second pillar of Islam. The salat plays a signficant part of Islam and is greatest commandment as it is the foremost duty of the Muslims and the chief of the pillars on which the structure of Islam stands. No salat is complete without a proper veil or hijab to come in modesty towards the courtyard of All Mighty Allah The Holy Prophet (PBUH) said: ‘What stands between a man and disbelief is the abandonment of salat.’ So for Muslaimc the act of worship forms part of their daily life and as well as selecting the veil if a daily action. A unique service t..