What happens if you don’t wear a hijab in Islam? “According to Quran”, Dar appearing for Muslim girls said, “non-covering by a woman will mean the lady will be sent to the place where there will be wrath on Judgement Day to give hisaab. We have to be ready to face Judgement. To cover the head is an essential religious practise for us”.
Is it OK if I don’t wear hijab? It does not simply stop at covering one’s hair. Within the Muslim community, there has been a lot of dispute over whether or not covering the hair is mandatory (fard) to fulfilling the demands of Islam. If this is, in fact, the case, then choosing not to cover one’s head would be impermissible (haram) in the faith.
Does the Quran say to wear a hijab? Surah Al-Ahzab, verse 59
Islam places the primary responsibility of observing hijab not on women – but on men. It’s critical to understand this point. Wearing the headscarf is one form of hijab, but men often forget that hijab is much more. The Quran commands men to not stare at women and to not be promiscuous.
How important is hijab in Islam? This verse in the Holy Quran tells us that Hijab is a religious obligation, and every woman faithful to Islam should cover their head. A woman who wears a hijab doesn’t show off her beauty. Allah protects a woman who covers her head at all times as Hijab acts as the Almighty’s shield from all the sinful gazes.