A Burqa is an enveloping outer garment worn by women in some Islamic traditions to cover themselves in public.
Many Muslims believe that the collected traditions of the life of Muhammed require both men and women to dress and behave modestly in public.
However, this requirement has been interpreted in many different ways by Islamic scholars and Muslim communities.
During his life, Muhammad married nine or eleven women depending upon the differing accounts of who were his wives.
The interest of the Prophet Muḥammad in female education was manifest in the fact that he himself used to teach women along with men, additionally, the wives of the Prophet Muḥammad – particularly Aisha – also taught both women and men.
Like everything else in the universe, humanity has been created in a pair – neither can be complete without the other.
The universe is perceived as an equilibrium built on harmonious polar relationships between the pairs that make up all things.