By Rabia Ahmed | Published: April 19, 2011
An overwhelming majority of women at the Haj do not cover their face because of the directive that no covering should touch a woman’s face during Haj. A small minority interpreting this differently get around this directive by hanging a veil from a jutting out cap which fabric then stays off albeit in front of the face.
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