Is it compulsary for women to cover their head when the adhan is called and when the Quran is recited?
Submitted by on Sun, 19/09/2010 - 15:56
Dear Brother / Sister,
A woman does not have to cover her head when the adhan is called and when the Quran is recited if there are not any non-mahram men around.
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