101+ Best Hijab Quotes, and Sayings

Are you looking for hijab quotes? Here is the right place to get the best collections of hijab quotes and sayings. Hijab is Faith, not Fashion.

The Qur’an instructs Muslim women and men to dress modestly, and for some, the hijab is worn by Muslim girls and women to maintain modesty and privacy from unrelated males.

A hijabi woman is more confident because she not only feels safe but is also respected in society.

Be like a diamond precious & rare. Not like a stone found everywhere.

You are a modest queen, that knows her true worth by keeping her modest heart secure with shyness.

For many, the hijab represents modesty, piety, and devotion to God, and I truly respect that. But the hijab should not be used as a means of applying social pressure on people.

“There is a face beneath this mask, but it isn’t me. I’m no more that face than I am the muscles beneath it, or the bones beneath that.” ― Steve Moore, V for Vendetta

A hijab with a bad attitude isn’t a hijab. A hijab with tight clothes on isn’t a hijab. A hijab with hair on the side isn’t a hijab. A hijab with layers of makeup isn’t a hijab. Hijab is beautiful so make it look beautiful!

“Hijab is the veil that has to be drawn over our body, our behavior, and our speech.”

If your way of wearing the Hijab attracts others, know that your Hijab needs correction. Keep your Hijab as simple as you can

Islam has raised the status of the women so high, that Heaven lies beneath her feet

I don’t care what others say. I wear a hijab for the sake of Allah.

Hijab Quotes

“Boys with beards and girls with hijab are the best Combination Ever.”

Many sisters complain that people don’t want to marry them unless they stop wearing hijab. No man is worth your hijab, and a real man wouldn’t request you to take it off in the first place.
Omar Suleiman

“I have always thought that if women’s hair posed so many problems, God would certainly have made us bald.” ― Marjane Satrapi, The Complete Persepolis

Beauty is like a book it can not be judged by its cover.

“Hijab is for the body, Haya is for the Soul.”

Hijab doesn’t represent how religious I am. It simply reminds me I’m a Muslimah, even when my Imaan is at my lowest. Everything I do, I should wear it for the sake of Allah.

Dear Sisters! Cover YourSelf
Feel Proud Of Your Muslim Identity.

Hijab, because you’re right. Hijab is our right.

“Hijab is the veil that has to be drawn over our body. our behavior and our speech.”

The sun doesn’t lose its beauty when covered by the clouds. In the same way, your beauty doesn’t fade when being covered by Hijab.
-Angelina Jolie

“What do you see when you think of me,
A figure cloaked in mystery
With eyes downcast and hair covered,
An oppressed woman yet to be discovered?
Do you see backward nations and swirling sand,
Humpbacked camels and the domineering man?
Whirling veils and terrorists
Or maybe fanatic fundamentalists?
Do you see scorn and hatred locked
Within my eyes and soul,
Or perhaps a profound ignorance of all the world as a whole?
Yet . . .
You fail to see
The dignified persona
Of a woman wrapped in maturity.
The scarf on my head
Does not cover my brain.
I think I speak, but still, you refrain
From accepting my ideals, my type of dress,
You refuse to believe
That I am not oppressed.
So the question remains:
What do I see when I think of you?
I see another human being
Who doesn’t have a clue.”
― Uzma Jalaluddin, Ayesha at Last

No matter what stage you are on, It all counts for Allah! At least you are trying!

“Hijab is Faith, not Fashion.”

Don’t sacrifice your beauty just for compliments and a few Instagram likes, because on the day of judgment, nobody will even look at you twice.

Hijab is a personal choice. It is a personal choice to submit to Allah rather than the fashion of society. To be beautiful to God rather than people.

My body was created to pray not to market cars and beers. I love Hijab.

“The Muslim Women is Clothed in Strength & Dignity. She Trust in Allah & Smiles without fear of the future.”

The ultimate decision [of wearing a hijab] must be that of the individual. Western opinions on the hijab or burkas are rather irrelevant. We don’t get to decide for Muslim women what does or does not oppress them, no matter how highly we think of ourselves. -Roxane Gay

“With my veil, I put my faith on display—rather than my beauty. My value as a human is defined by my relationship with God, not by my looks. I cover the irrelevant. And when you look at me, you don’t see a body. You view me only for what I am: a servant of my Creator.
You see, as a Muslim woman, I’ve been liberated from a silent kind of bondage. I don’t answer to the slaves of God on earth. I answer to their King.”
― Yasmin Mogahed, Reclaim Your Heart: Personal Insights on Breaking Free from Life’s Shackles

“Islam teaches us to cover our Aura not tight-wrappings” Them like burritos! Tights & Leggings are not appropriate! *Do Not Wear Them In Public *Seriously They Look Like Undergarments.

“You only see what I allow you to see now That’s Freedom. “

I’m a Hijabi girl, in the Western world
Life Islamic, it’s fantastic!
You can’t see my hair
Or touch me anywhere
Submission to Allah, not his creation
[Cmon hijabi lets go party]
No no no nooo
[Cmon hijabi lets go party]
NO Harami! You Harami!

No woman in this world is prettier than a Muslimah who dresses to please ALLAH SWT. The beauty is on her Imaan instead of her face.

A hijab forces a man to look at a woman with respect rather than as an object.

“A Women’s Best Jewellery is her Shyness – Hazrat Fatima Bint-e-Prophet Muhammad Peace be Upon Him”

Hijab isn’t hiding your beauty with tight clothes, It’s how you handle your beauty for the sake of God.

“Too many people look at it as though it (the hijab) has bizarre powers sewn into its microfibers. Powers that transform Muslim girls into UCOs (Unidentified Covered Objects), which turn Muslim girls from an ‘us’ to a ‘them.”
― Randa Abdel-Fattah, Does My Head Look Big in This?

Don’t Let your last day on earth be the first day you wear hijab.

“A woman modestly dressed is a pearl in its Shell.”

“I know where all of my pins are” -Said no Hijabi ever.

“You may not be a fairytale princess but you are always a princess of ISLAM”

If a Woman has the right to show what she has, then she also has the right to cover it up too.

“Here’s your outfit Inside The Grave”

Hijab is beautiful, so make it look beautiful, wear it with love, wear it with pride, and most of all wear it Right.

  • When we finally arrived, the chauffeur escorted my younger sister, Laila, and me up to my father’s suite. As usual, he was hiding behind the door waiting to scare us. We exchanged many hugs and kisses as we could possibly give in one day.
  • My father took a good look at us. Then he sat me down on his lap and said something that I will never forget. He looked me straight in the eyes and said, Hana, everything that God made valuable in the world is covered and hard to get to.
  • Where do you find diamonds? Deep down in the ground, covered and protected. Where do you find pearls? Deep down at the bottom of the ocean, covered up and protected in a beautiful shell.
  • Where do you find gold? Way down in the mine, covered over with layers and layers of rock. You’ve got to work hard to get to them.”
  • He looked at me with serious eyes. “Your body is sacred. You’re far more precious than diamonds and pearls, and you should be covered too.”

― Hana Ali, More Than a Hero: Muhammad Ali’s Life Lessons Presented Through His Daughter’s Eyes

“In this age of nudity, the more you reveal the cheaper you are regarded, even if the world makes you feel you are liberated. Modest dress plays a key role in the purification of the soul & deep inner contentment.”

“You are a modest queen, that knows her true worth by keeping her modest heart secure with shyness.”

The biggest struggle of having to savagely find something to cover your hair is when the mailman rings the doorbell.

“The Muslim Women is Clothed in Strength & Dignity. She Trust in Allah & Smiles without fear of the future.”

Hijab Quotes For Instagram

Muslim girls have their own crown, it’s called the hijab.

“Funny how people mock Islamic dress codes. yet on graduation day, they all wear clothes similar to a jubbah to look modest and successful.”

The best hijab is in the eyes of the beholder. -Benazir Bhutto

“I dressed the way I did not because I was trying to be a nun, but because it felt good—and because it made me feel less vulnerable in general like I wore a kind of armor every day. It was a personal preference.”
― Tahereh Mafi, A Very Large Expanse of Sea

“Modesty Comes in More Than Just Our Physical Appearance. Our Entire Bodies, personalities, and thoughts Should Emanate Modesty.”

“Haya (Modesty) Does not bring anything except good” – Muhammad Peace be upon him.

modesty isn’t only seen through physical appearance and should occur in one’s personality as well

HIJAB — It’s the blessing of Allah and a gift to a woman.

Everything precious is covered!!! A woman modestly dressed is like a pearl in its shell.

“Modesty is the best jewel of a Woman – Fatima Al Zahra (SA)”

To Muslim woman, the hijab provides a sense of empowerment. It is a personal decision to dress modestly according to the command of a genderless Creator; to assert pride in self, and embrace one’s faith openly, with independence and courageous conviction. -Randa Abdel-Fattah

“Some of us cover to protect our bodies
some of us cover to protect our souls
in both cases,
respect their choices.”
― Anjum Choudhary

“Yes it’s HOT, it’s HARD, It’s Different, But I LOVE wearing it..”

“Hijab – Because you’re worth it.”

“Hijab is not about oppression but freedom from evil eyes.”

Protection + Blessing + Modesty = HIJAB

“Hijab includes the way a person walks, talks, looks and thinks, All of it should be done modestly and applies to both Men and Women.”

This Hijab, This mark of Piety, is an act of faith, a symbol for all the world to see.

“Her skirts, sleeves, collar, and hat saw to it that none of the young ruffians of the Leased Territories would have the opportunity to invade her body space with their eyes, and lest her distinctive face proves too much of a temptation, she wore a veil too…
The veil offered Nell protection from unwanted scrutiny. Many New Atlantis career women also used the veil as a way of meeting the world on their own terms, ensuring that they were judged on their own merits and not on their appearance. It served a protective function as well, bouncing back the harmful rays of the sun…”
― Neal Stephenson, The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer

“It’s not just a HIJAB it is our key to JANNAH”

Hijab is not just a piece of cloth. It’s the identity and pride of Muslim women.
Haya is a beauty that never gets old

Judge me by what’s in my head not what’s on my head !!!

“Why Hijab? because ALLAH created woman right in the shades of JANNAB from the ribs of ADAM (Peace be upon Him)”
“If a woman had a right to wear a miniskirt, surely I had the right to choose my headscarf. My choice was a sign of independence of mind. Surely, to choose to wear what I wanted was an assertion of my feminism. I was a feminist, wasn’t I?
But I was to learn that choosing to wear the hijab is much easier than choosing to take it off. And that lesson was an important reminder of how truly “free” choice is.”
― Mona Eltahawy, Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution

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