Hijab – or the veil – is an inseparable part of an Islamic Society. Both, the Qur’an and the Sunnah have specific directives regarding the veiling of women (and even the appropriate dress for men). However, the influence of western and atheistic cultures has had great impact, attempting to infuse its norms on the Muslim lands. The very concept of Hijab has been under attack, singled out for criticism. This small book addresses the importance of the Islamic concept of Hijab and how it seeks to honour women and protect the family unit. The author quotes from the Qur’an and the Sunnah to support Hijab. He also critically appraises the dangerous outcome of the unveiling campaign in the so-called free societies in the east and the west.