In modern society, “headscarves” seem to be the label of Muslim women. Since the rise of Islam, headscarves have been accompanied by the daily life of Muslim women. Muslim scholars have developed a series of women’s laws and regulations based on headscarves, which are extended by headscarves. The various regulations regulate the lifestyle of Muslim women and even regulate the entire Muslim society.
In the Qur'an and the Hadith, which are the two basic principles of Islamic legislation, Muslim women are also required to wear headscarves. Later, on the basis of annotation and training, the later jurists made further regulations on wearing headscarves. These regulations have a profound historical imprint and are one of the reasons why modern society criticizes Muslim women wearing headscarves. Therefore, at least from the social background, the basis of training and the interpretation of teaching methods, the origin of Muslim women wearing a headscarf can be explored.
The requirement for Muslim women to wear headscarves stems from the “shame” view of Islam, which believes that human beings need to wear clothes not only to conceal but also to fear God. Islam believes that the clothes of awe are the most beautiful. They must wear clothes when they are worshiping, and they must wear headscarves when they are worshipping in order to get the joy of God. Therefore, well-dressed clothing has become a religious obligation of Muslims.
In terms of social ethics, the Qur'an requires men to cover their lower bodies, and women not only need to cover their lower bodies, but also need to “cover the chest with ‘Mul” in front of the males outside the relatives. It is best to cover them without revealing jewelry. “Humur” is the plural of “Black Maar”, meaning “shawl”, “scarf”, “headscarf”, which refers to things used to cover hair, ears, neck, and sometimes shoulders. chest.
Throughout the history of Islam, Muslim women strictly adhere to the principles of training in dressing, wearing a headscarf, dressing properly, and on the other hand, showing diversity. Throughout the five continents, Islam has gradually formed various local Islamic cultures in the process of colliding with various national cultures. Each subculture group has different understandings and interpretations of headscarves. Therefore, the headscarf is different in style, texture, color and wearing, which is the charm of the Muslim headscarf.