If you are a mu'min then you will eventually be let into Heaven. But if you were a sinful and a transgressing person, some say you may be punished for a while in Jahannam for your actions.
Now, the question is: what if you didn't pray or go to Hajj or fast in Ramadhan or pay obligatory zakat? Will you still be considered a mu'min in the Afterlife?
That question is interesting.
I haven't seen a specific narration. It seems to be the reason some fuqaha have this ruling is because it comes under nahi an al munkar.
Also, some fuqaha say all sins are punishable under the Islamic court - and this is done through ta'zir. And not wearing hijab would be a sin.
It is the best option. Even if it means having one less sin under your name, that means something in Islam.
@notme they are much better for boys. Trust me I know from personal experience. If you were to be present in some of the conversations that boys have in the playground about girls you might faint lol
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