Muslim Women need not to Cover Face in Hijab- Dr.Zakir Naik proves from Quran & Hadith

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1 Sahil Badruddin = ""It is difficult to say with certainty when the veil was adopted by the rest of the Ummah, though it was most likely long after Muhammad’s death. Muslim women probably began wearing the veil as a way to emulate the Prophet’s wives, who were revered as “the Mothers of the Ummah.” But the veil was neither compulsory nor, for that matter, widely adopted until generations after Muhammad’s death, when a large body of male scriptural and legal scholars began using their religious and political authority to regain the dominance they had lost in society as a result of the Prophet’s egalitarian reforms."-No god but God, Reza Aslan "
2 Sahil Badruddin = ""[The Aga Khan] is interested in the current debate on whether the hijab, the Muslim headscarf, should be worn in Irish schools and cautions against the issue being used to create division:•"'My own sense is that if an individual wishes to associate publicly with a faith, that's the right of that individual to do that, whether he's a Christian or a Jew or a Muslim. That is, to me, something which is important. But he says that people should not be forced to wear the hijab:•"'To go from there to an imposed process by forces in society, to me is unacceptable. It's got to be the choice of the individual who wishes to associate with his faith or her faith. I have great respect for any individual who wants in the right way to be associated with his own faith. I accept that totally and I would never challenge it”-His Highness the Aga Khan's 2008 Irish Times interview with Alison Healy (Maynooth, Ireland); http://www.nanowisdoms.org/nwblog/8845/ B��^�9�d�"