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Did you know? What is the reason for the Muslim Princesses don’t wear veil?

Sometimes they can’t…to avoid it: then we see these queens, princesses, First Ladies, members of parliament, the ministers of Foreign affairs, famous journalists, and even feuds of the cinema of the muslim countries to wear before hijab (a general word for the veil), or the tchador (black veil that women wear in Iran), sometimes the jilbab (long garment), threatens your health and happiness (veil) or burqa (a veil that you see only the eyes).However, the majestic usually appear without a veil and handkerchief, move completely freely and are reminiscent of beautiful women in the West.A hallmark of this behavior is the queen Rania of Jordan, which has repeatedly stated that Islam does not impose the veil and the hijab on women. The stand is purely political and the statements of the is indicative of.”To impose the veil on a woman is contrary to the principles of Islam”, declares to all the tons of the queen Rania and calls on “all of the moderates to speak up and be heard”.”Islam does not require either to be religious, nor to dress in one way or another. To impose the veil on a woman is contrary to the principles of Islam” was the exact statement in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.”In the arab world many people are oppressed. Many of those who drown in anger because they blame them that they’re a violent people. We need to stand up, to explain who we are and what we believe,” added Rania of Jordan in the same interview.Princess Astrid is the only one in Saudi Arabia shall not be obliged to wear a veil. Even the representatives of the West who travel to Saudi Arabia for official meetings receive an envelope that tells them that women have to wear hijab and to be dressed in abaya, a long garment. Princess Astrid, as a representative of the state, is not obliged to wear any of them during the official meetings.Princess Salma of ΜαρόκουΣπάνια wearing hijab and veil. Usually are coated completely to the west, and in their appearances in western capitals wearing jeans and expensive clothes. It is very popular and is close to the people of Morocco. Is the wife of king Mohammed VI, and refuses to call her queen. He is an engineer by profession and a politician. Founded in 2006, the Fondation Lalla Salma for the prevention and treatment of cancer.Sarah Zeid of ΙορδανίαςΕίναι princess, of american origin and has been married to prince Zeid Ra'ad Zeid Al-Hussein, a senior official of the UN for human rights. He is a lawyer by profession and works at the UN. He never wore veil and hijab.Haya Bint Al-Hussein of ΝτουμπάιΕίναι the wife of the emir of Dubai Mohammed ben Rashid al-Maktoum, and is the daughter of king Hussein of Ιροδανίας. He has a strong presence on the international scene, riding a horse, participate in competitions and founded the first NGO for humanitarian aid in the Middle East. Never veiled.Sheikah Mozah bint Nasser al-MissnedΕίναι one of the three wives of former emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani and mother of the current emir Tamim ben Hamad Al-Thani. In 1996 he founded the Foundation for education, science and the social development of Qatar.Source

Sometimes they can’t…
to avoid it: then we see these queens, princesses, First Ladies, members of parliament, the ministers of Foreign affairs, famous journalists, and even feuds of the cinema of the muslim countries to wear before hijab (a general word for the veil), or the tchador (black veil that women wear in Iran), sometimes the jilbab (long garment), threatens your health and happiness (veil) or burqa (a veil that you see only the eyes).
However, the majestic usually appear without a veil and handkerchief, move completely freely and are reminiscent of beautiful women in the West.
A hallmark of this behavior is the queen Rania of Jordan, which has repeatedly stated that Islam does not impose the veil and the hijab on women. The stand is purely political and the statements are indicative.
“To impose the veil on a woman is contrary to the principles of Islam”, declares to all the tons of the queen Rania and calls on “all of the moderates to speak up and be heard”.
“Islam does not require either to be religious, nor to dress in one way or another. To impose the veil on a woman is contrary to the principles of Islam” was the exact statement in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
“In the arab world many people are oppressed. Many of those who drown in anger because they blame them that they’re a violent people. We need to stand up, to explain who we are and what we believe,” added Rania of Jordan in the same interview.
Princess Astrid is the only one in Saudi Arabia shall not be obliged to wear a veil. Even the representatives of the West who travel to Saudi Arabia for official meetings receive an envelope that tells them that women have to wear hijab and to be dressed in abaya, a long garment. Princess Astrid, as a representative of the state, is not obliged to wear any of them during the official meetings.
Princess Salma of Morocco
Rarely wears hijab and veil. Usually are coated completely to the west, and in their appearances in western capitals wearing jeans and expensive clothes. It is very popular and is close to the people of Morocco. Is the wife of king Mohammed VI, and refuses to call her queen. He is an engineer by profession and a politician. Founded in 2006, the Fondation Lalla Salma for the prevention and treatment of cancer.
Sarah Zeid of Jordan
She’s a princess, of american origin, and has married the prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein, a senior official of the UN for human rights. He is a lawyer by profession and works at the UN. He never wore veil and hijab.
Haya Bint Al-Hussein of Dubai
She is the wife of the emir of Dubai Mohammed ben Rashid al-Maktoum, and is the daughter of king Hussein of Ιροδανίας. He has a strong presence on the international scene, riding a horse, participate in competitions and founded the first NGO for humanitarian aid in the Middle East. Never veiled.
Sheikah Mozah bint Nasser al-Missned
It is one of the three wives of former emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani and mother of the current emir Tamim ben Hamad Al-Thani. In 1996 he founded the Foundation for education, science and the social development of Qatar.
Source

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