Judging unveiled women as less moral is forbidden in Islam: Egypt’s Al-Azhar

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Sun, 10 Jan 2021 - 10:34 GMT

Veiled Saudi women take photos of their children during a ceremony to celebrate Saudi Arabia's - Reuters

Veiled Saudi women take photos of their children during a ceremony to celebrate Saudi Arabia's - Reuters

 
CAIRO – 10 January 2021: It is impermissible in Islam to judge that women without veil are less moral, said the Egyptian Al-Azhar Fatwa Global Center, saying “detracting from morals of unveiled women is religiously forbidden.” 
 
The veil of women is obligatory in Islam and a woman's modesty is a virtue that was called by all divine religions, the center said.
 
The veil of women does not represent an obstacle against those women to achieve their success or their self-fulfillments, the center added in a statement on Saturday.

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