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Hijab by country

The word hijab refers to both the head-covering traditionally worn by some Muslim women and modest Islamic styles of dress in general.

The garment has different legal and cultural status in various countries. Muslim women are legally required to wear hijab in public in Saudi Arabia and the Indonesian Aceh province, and all women are required to do so in Iran.

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I really love this picture! It captures the innate beauty in hijabs. Im unsure of the photog, but kudos to him/her. Source: thisisinmyhead.tumblr.com

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