A hijab (/ h ɪ ˈ dʒ ɑː b, h ɪ ˈ dʒ æ b, ˈ h ɪ dʒ. æ b, h ɛ ˈ dʒ ɑː b /; Arabic: حجاب , romanized: ḥijāb, pronounced [ħɪˈdʒaːb] in common English usage) is a veil worn by many Muslim women in the presence of any male outside of their immediate family, which usually covers the hair, head and chest.
During the game, an AOC player felt her hijab begin to slip off her head. That meant she was going to have to stop and fix it. After all, if you’re going to wear one day in and day out, letting it fall off of your head while an audience is watching kind of defeats the purpose. Screencap via Beirut News Center/YouTube.
soccer uniform might be tight fitted in order to help an athlete move easier, whereas a winter scarf is big and fluffy in order to keep a persons neck warm in the cold. This simplistic idea can be transferred to the hijab as well, for it is an article of clothing used to express ones faith.
An 11-year-old Ottawa soccer player said Saturday she will continue to fight to wear her hijab, even though the the world's top soccer association has refused to change its rules on the issue.
And halted the game for almost 30 seconds before going back to the game once their opponent fixed up her hair back into the hijab Hijabs are headcoverings worn by some Muslim women. They are required to be worn by all women in some Muslim countries but in Jordan it’s up to an individual’s choice.
Hijab definition is - the traditional covering for the hair and neck that is worn by Muslim women.
Mar 19, 2014: After watching their teammate get turned away due in part to her religious beliefs, the rest of the Overland High School girls soccer team in Aurora, Colo., displayed the true meaning of unity. According to Yahoo Sports' Eurosport, referees barred Samah Aidah from competing in a match while wearing an Islamic headscarf, or hijab. In an effort to stand behind Aidah, all of her teammates decided to don hijabs for their next game.
Hijab is an Islamic concept of modesty and privacy. This concept is not unique to Islam, but embraced by other religions, such as Judaism (where the concept of modesty is called Tzuniut) and Christianity. The Islamic concept of hijab is most often expressed in women’s clothing. Hijab garments range from simple head scarves (called khimaar or simply hijab) to head-to-toe cloaks such as abayas and burqas.