Exploitation of Women in Dramas and Ads: Jamaat-e-Islami’s Objection

Dramas and advertisements should immediately stop women’s exploitation in advertisements and dramas, Jamaat-e-Islami demands on International Protest Day.

Jamaat-e-Islami Women’s Department organized a conference on the occasion of International Hijab Day. Addressing the conference, Ayesha Syed stated that September 4, International Hijab Day is a day to reaffirm this commitment.

“Purity is hidden in the modesty and hijab of men and women”, claimed Ayesha Syed. “Jamaat-e-Islami Women’s Wing expresses solidarity with the affected Muslim women all over the world.” She further went on to say, “Hijab culture is the need of every society today. Hijab is not a threat but protection. Impartiality in the issue of hijab for Muslim women should be abandoned.”

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Syed is also known to believe that society should be bound by the Islamic system of hijab so that there are no incidents like Minar Pakistan and Noor Muqaddam. Nations are killed not by economic misery but by moral degradation. Instead of opposing the hijab, the world should realize its usefulness. We should stop the exploitation of women in advertisements and dramas.

Sakina Shahid showed support by saying that Pemra should stop the TV dramas showing trampling of the dignity of sacred relationships. Jamaat-e-Islami has always been the first to speak out for the protection of women’s rights. Opposition to the hijab around the world is opposition to Islamic civilization and ideology.

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She continued to state that Haya and hijab are our pride and motto. Hijab has nothing to do with terrorism or backwardness. The ban on hijab by Muslim women in the world reflects Islam and prejudice against Muslims. Jamaat-e-Islami will hold hijab conferences, forums, seminars, etc., countrywide.

Durdana Siddiqui, Secretary-General Women’s Circle, Jamaat-e-Islami, said that on International Hijab Day, we want to make the world believe that hijab is not the name of a woman’s yard, but the name of enforcing Islamic laws for the whole society.
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