Muslim Organizations Criticized Indian Clerics On Hijab Dispute In Iran

Muslim organizations criticized Indian clerics on hijab dispute in Iran, questions silence: Hijab Controversy.

In Iran, the case of murder of a woman for not wearing a hijab is rising loudly everywhere. Even in Iran itself, opposition to hijab and burqa has started.

Meanwhile, the Indian Muslim for Secular Democracy (IMSD) has criticized Iran’s “authoritarian” laws.

Criticizing Iran’s law of forcibly wearing the hijab, the Muslim organization has also surrounded Indian clerics.

The organization has exposed the hypocrisy of clerics for not supporting Iranian women’s right to choose by showing them the mirror.

The organization has also considered it as an argument for women’s freedom in the context of the ongoing hijab controversy in India.


Muslim organizations criticized Indian clerics: Killing someone for a hijab is inhumane.

The Indian Muslim Forum said in a statement that it strongly condemns Iran’s conservative, authoritarian laws and their deadly enforcement.

The Forum also strongly supported the right of citizens to protest.

It further states that in the 21st century killing a human being just for not covering the head is inhuman and barbaric.

100 eminent people including Javed Akhtar, and Naseeruddin agreed.

The statement issued by IMSD has been supported by around 100 prominent citizens from different cities.

These include freedom fighters G G Parikh, Javed Akhtar, Shabana Azmi, Naseeruddin Shah, Zeenat Shaukatali, Yogendra Yadav, and Tushar Gandhi.

Iranian woman died in police custody.

Mahsa Amini, 22, was arrested by Iranian police last week in Tehran for allegedly violating the dress code.

After which She died in police custody, the police said that she died of a heart attack and was not abused.

The message of the anti-hijab wave in Iran is, centuries-old Islamic norms unable to match today’s needs

The anti-hijab movement started in Iran amidst the hearing on the hijab in the Supreme Court of its country and is attracting the attention of the whole world.

The hijab, burqa, etc. for Muslim women are included in the instructions of Islam. That is why they are the identity of Muslim women in the entire Muslim world.

The ongoing anti-hijab movement in Iran is in a way against Islamic instructions. Since Islam is a monolithic sect, rejecting any one of its beliefs means injuring the entire sect.

It is also a scientific rule that if one thing of a book or speaker is proved to be wrong or unsuitable, then its other things also become doubtful.

That’s why clerics around the world reject the reform of Islam because leaving a single instruction means the principled acceptance of rejecting Islamic instructions.

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