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ReligionDo you need to cover your face in public?
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Helps a person decide weather they need to cover their face in public.

               
Are you Muslim?
NO
You do not need to cover your face in front of non-Mehrams (Males that are not immediate family such as father, brother, uncle etc).
 
 
 

YES








Are you a female?
NO
You do not need to cover your face in front of non-Mehrams (Males that are not immediate family such as father, brother, uncle etc).
 
 
 

YES








Have you reached the age of puberty?
NO
You do not need to cover your face in front of non-Mehrams (Males that are not immediate family such as father, brother, uncle etc).But it is advisable to do so if you are close to the age of puberty.
 
 
 

YES








Are you younger than the age of menopause?
YES
Are you still at an age at where you are attractive or are seeking marriage?
NO
You do not need to cover your face in front of non-Mehrams (Males that are not immediate family such as father, brother, uncle etc).But it is better to do so.
 
 

NO

YES







Are you being proposed to for marriage?
YES
You can expose your face for the man who wants to propose to you given you two are not alone and without touching.
 
 
 

NO








Are you giving testimony in court?
YES
You can expose your face for the time required.
 
 
 

NO








You need to cover your face in front of non-Mehrams (Males that are not immediate family such as father, brother, uncle etc).