NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 04: A hijab is a head covering worn by Muslim women covering the face.
The hijab has become increasingly popular in the United States in recent years, but it has been very difficult to find in most Muslim countries, including some Muslim-majority countries.
The American-based International Islamic Council has made the hijab the most popular fashion item among its members.
The council said it has now received more than 6 million orders from the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar and other Muslim countries for the hijab.
The Council also said it expects to sell around 1 million to 2 million hats.
(Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images) The hijab is worn by Muslims, mostly women, covering the whole face.
The head covering is worn in Muslim countries because it’s considered the most revealing and it is not considered a violation in some Muslim countries.
It’s not just about covering the hair, however, the hijab has a more symbolic purpose.
The head covering represents the wearer’s authority in society and has been the main garment for Muslim women in the Middle East and North Africa since the late 1500s.
Its use as a symbol of women’s empowerment has continued into the 21st century.
While the head covering has been a part of the traditional Islamic dress for hundreds of years, the Islamic Council of North America (ICNA) said the hijab is gaining popularity in the U.S. and in other Muslim-dominated countries.
ICNA president Abdulkadirahman Salih said the Islamic hijab was not just for women.
The hijab has come to symbolize women’s power and the freedom to choose their own identity, Salih told Reuters.
The Islamic hijab is becoming more and more fashionable in the Arab world, and in some parts of the world.
Salih says that because of the increasing visibility of women in Muslim society, the Muslim world has been interested in the hijab, too.
“It’s very important that this trend continues,” Salih explained.
He added that while it’s possible to wear the hijab with a head scarf in many Muslim countries around the world, some Muslim women choose to wear a head cover for other reasons.
The Islamic Council said the most common reasons women wear the head cover include: a sense of empowerment, to protect themselves from attacks, and for religious reasons.
It says the hijab should not be seen as a religious garment, but rather as a cultural and symbolic symbol of the wearer.
In Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries, the headcovering has become the most-popular item among women.
In Egypt, the number of headcoverings sold in the first quarter of 2018 was almost twice as high as the first three months of 2017, according to the ICNA.
In the United Kingdom, which has a Muslim majority, the most recent census showed that around 9.3 percent of the population were wearing the hijab in the last quarter of 2017.