Often it occurs that many of our sisters in Islam are not properly
encouraged to wear the Hijab. Once they begin to observe the
requirements of Hijab, it may be that a sister has been obliged to wear
the Hijab without truly pondering over its superiority. Perhaps she has
reached the age of puberty and her parents have instructed her to wear
it. Perhaps she has recently accepted Islam and her close companions
have told her of its obligation. Alternatively, perhaps her husband has
commanded her to wear Hijab. A sister who does not truly know the
superiority of Hijab will always remain envious of disbelieving women.
Why? Because they observe these misguided disbelievers attempting to
look beautiful for all to see. Hence, the Muslim woman then compares
herself to that woman which causes her to feel ashamed of her own Hijab.
Speaker: Murtaza Khan