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The Qur'an, Surat Al-Baqarah, verses 5, 36, 37:

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The Qur'an clearly states that we are forbidden from taking an oath in a court of law. It is not allowed to take an oath that is not true and binding on Allah. In this situation, the person is responsible for his/her oath. Allah Almighty commands us to not take an oath against Allah. This is also true for women. There are many verses in the Qur'an in which we find explicit guidance in this regard. In particular, chapter 12 of the Qur'an states:

"And don't swear at all, by Allah's permission, except what is true and just and true in the sight of your Lord" (Al-Baqara, 13:22) This is the basic rule that applies to all oaths and laws in Islam. It is very important that women are not forced to swear an oath against their own religion or beliefs. If a woman feels that it is wrong to do so, she should speak out and ask her husband or husband's family to refrain from this type of behavior. "You don't have to swear at all, but it is more correct for you to say: 'You shall not do that, unless you know that Allah and His Messenger will not allow it.'" (The Noble Qur'an 3:2-3) When the issue arises with a wife, it is important for her to seek the advice of an expert, preferably a female guardian. She should ask the woman's husband and family if they can stop this kind of behavior. The women's rights group, "Muftah International" has issued a special call to all the women's organizations worldwide to speak out about this issue and ask that men refrain from this type of behavior. "The more women speak up about the problem of 'khalwat' (dowry), the greater is the chance of ending the 'khalwat' issue for all," said Muftah International Executive Director, Nasser al-Husseini. The issue of dowry and 'khalwat' is a major concern for many Muslim women and Muslim husbands. The problem of dowry is related to the culture of Islam, where a man's honor is paramount and the woman's life and reputation is worth less. When a man has a wife who is a virgin or a married woman, she is expected to provide him with the means to provide for her family as if she were his own property. In some countries, where Islam is practiced, women are not allowed to inherit from their husbands. The dowry given to a Muslim wife is often not sufficient to cover the cost of living. In the Islamic country of Saudi Arabia, if a woman has a child with a man other than her husband, the child is considered illegitimate if it was born in wedlock. Husbands are required to pay a dowry of around $10,000 to an unlicensed, unmarried female relative (known as a nikah) who will provide for his family, if they decide to marry him. In Muslim countries, there are two main types of Muslim women; those who are devout and those who are not. In Saudi Arabia, a woman must wear a head covering, which means a full-body veil, to work. A typical burqa is considered extremely conservative and not appropriate for women. In Indonesia, there is a ban on minarets, though the city of Surabaya allows a minaret with a height of at least 150 meters.

Women must not wear tight-fitting clothing in public, including the burqa, niqab, or full-face veil (the face-covering that is considered most suitable for Muslim women). Women's headscarves can be scarves or headdresses. The headscarves of Saudi women, who must wear a full face veil to work and must have a long hair that covers the entire head, have a very long tradition. Women are allowed to wear black and yellow clothing, and are also allowed to wear accessories such as bracelets, earrings, and handbags. In addition, they can wear a hijab and a headscarf (though in Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, they are banned). Many Muslim women choose to cover their hair with the hijab, even for religious reasons. For Muslim women who live in more conservative countries, a long veil is not uncommon. The only exception to this rule is if the headdress allows the woman to be seen by the public without revealing her face. In Saudi Arabia, that rule is not followed by many women. The reason is that they may see her face when she is covered, which makes her vulnerable to being harmed. However, in the US, there is a different law that requires all religious headscarfs to cover all the hair from head to toe, except the face. This is known as the ban on facial veils. Some Muslims also opt for a scarf (or the niqab) that covers everything but the eyes, to give them more protection. It's difficult to know how much of a difference this makes, since there are many ways to wear a scarf. Some women, like Shadi (above), wear one with their face exposed, while others, like Fares, wear one with only their head covered.

The second thing you will notice is that the men are not always wearing the niqab when in the presence of women, unlike in the west. While this may not seem like a big deal to the uninitiated, it actually makes a difference. You will notice, for example, that some women in the west don't wear niqabs or burqas when they are around men.