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13-Aug-2018 10:58

A 2015 research report by the Jakarta-based Alvara Research Centre revealed less than two per cent of Muslim women in the capital city wear the full-face veil, but their number is growing, along with niqab-wearing communities across the country.

Imran Khan’s new bride is also his spiritual adviser Scholars say the trend is a sign of increased religious conservatism in the country, but also a cultural phenomenon: women are expressing a personal preference and becoming more attuned to trends in the Muslim world.

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This, she said, should be seen as part of a global phenomenon linked to injustices suffered by Islamic countries, which had left many Muslims questioning the values of Western countries, including the United States.

“I prefer to ignore them and pray for them,” she says.

Tri Ningtyas began wearing a niqab three years ago after reading that it was a – teachings that describe the Prophet Mohammed’s words and deeds – state that all his wives wore the niqab.

Other communities, such as the Veiled Indonesian Women (Wanita Indonesia Bercadar – or WIB), have also garnered hundreds of members across Indonesia, but have not gained the same level of exposure as the Niqab Squad.

The name Niqab Squad was chosen deliberately to give the group a “modern twist” and make it easily identifiable, says Indadari. Just like previous trends of Indian or Korean culture, now Indonesians like Arabic culture,” he says.

This, she said, should be seen as part of a global phenomenon linked to injustices suffered by Islamic countries, which had left many Muslims questioning the values of Western countries, including the United States.

“I prefer to ignore them and pray for them,” she says.

Tri Ningtyas began wearing a niqab three years ago after reading that it was a – teachings that describe the Prophet Mohammed’s words and deeds – state that all his wives wore the niqab.

Other communities, such as the Veiled Indonesian Women (Wanita Indonesia Bercadar – or WIB), have also garnered hundreds of members across Indonesia, but have not gained the same level of exposure as the Niqab Squad.

The name Niqab Squad was chosen deliberately to give the group a “modern twist” and make it easily identifiable, says Indadari. Just like previous trends of Indian or Korean culture, now Indonesians like Arabic culture,” he says.

Not long afterwards, women in other cities wanted to be part of the community.