Imported Oppression: The Dark Side of Hijab Enforcement in Western Nations (Video)

In many Islamic communities in the West, there are structures in place to enforce Sharia norms for women, and since women are deemed inferior, they are afforded no choice but to cover themselves.

The issue of Muslim women being forced to wear the hijab and subjected to oppression and abuse by Muslim men is a troubling problem that has been imported into Western nations. While many Muslim women in the West choose to wear the hijab as a symbol of their commitment to Sharia, there are many instances where they are forced to do so against their will, and those who do not conform are killed or beaten by their husbands or family members.

Recently, a Sharia-adherent Muslim woman in France released a propaganda video advising Muslim men married to women who do not wear the hijab. She advises Islamic men to get married to women who are already veiled to avoid any problems. She identifies two situations: the first is when the husband doesn’t care if his wife wears the hijab or not, and the second is when the husband wants his wife to wear the hijab.

In the first situation, the Muslim woman states that the husband is sinning by not caring if his wife wears the hijab. She also explains that the wife is sinning by not wearing the hijab when she goes out, and the husband is committing a sin by not preventing her from doing so.

In the second situation, she tells husbands they must counsel their wives and make them understand the importance of wearing the hijab. If she doesn’t comply, the husband can forbid her from going out; if she still doesn’t comply, he must educate her again. However, if the woman still does not comply with wearing the hijab, he can divorce her.

This deeply disturbing and abusive piece of propaganda seeks to promote Sharia law in a Western nation that has long struggled to integrate its Islamic immigrant population into its society. The hijab is not a symbol of freedom but an emblem of female oppression, as countless women who have escaped Iran can attest. For secular and former Muslim women alike, the hijab serves as a daily physical reminder of their status as chattel in the eyes of Islam. In many Islamic communities in the West, structures are in place to enforce Sharia norms for women. Since women are deemed inferior, they are afforded no choice but to cover themselves.

The Quran itself commands women to cover themselves to the extent that they are no longer capable of provoking temptation, and if they do not, they are considered fair game to be “abused.” As Robert Spencer explains, “It is not a cultural custom as some purport; it’s a religious edict.”

(Quran 24:31) And tell the believing women to lower their gaze and be modest, and to display of their adornment only what is apparent, and to draw their veils over their bosoms, and not to reveal their adornment except to their own husbands or fathers or husbands’ fathers, or their sons or their husbands’ sons, or their brothers or their brothers’ sons or sisters’ sons, or their women, or their slaves, or male attendants who lack desire, or children who know nothing of women’s nakedness. And do not let them stamp their feet so as to reveal what they hide of their adornment. And turn to Allah together, O believers, so that you may succeed.

(Quran 33:59) O prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their veils close around them. That will be better, so that they may be recognized and not molested.

The acceptance of Islamic norms by Western governments and corporations only empowers those within Islamic societies who seek to undermine and cancel Western laws and liberties. Across Europe, Islamic patrols exist in areas with large Muslim populations to harass people who participate in activities and dress that are “non-Islamic.” There are also countless instances (See here and here) of Islamic girls being murdered by their families or husbands for refusing to wear the hijab or becoming too “Westernized.”

In the West, many view the hijab as a sign of commitment to Sharia. As Islamic scholar Dr. Bill Warner has explained, it is not a religious or cultural symbol but a hate-filled emblem of political commitment to Islamic law. The promotion of oppressive Islamic clothing represents a significant threat to the advance of Western values. Western figures like Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Jamal Badawi, who claimed that the hijab is a command of Allah and the duty of the state to enforce, only serve to exacerbate this threat. It is essential that we do not allow this dangerous agenda to gain any further foothold in Western societies.


Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist


  • If you live in a Western country then you obey Western Laws. If you want your oppressive sharia laws, then go back to your oppressivs sharia law country!

    When in Rome do as the Romans do.

  • Those silly slave masks all the Karens were wearing during the scamdemic makes them perfect jihadi brides. Can we deport them now?

  • This evil cult needs to be fought against tooth and nail, to the fullest extent of the law. And even if the law takes their side, as well.


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