Women who have recently converted to Islam or those who decided to change their lifestyle have launched a campaign in Tehran to promote the culture of wearing hijab.
A number of nicely decorated pavilions called “A Good Feeling” are seen in some of the neighbourhoods in the Iranian capital, Tehran, in which women who have recently become Muslims or made a change in their lifestyles promote the culture wearing hijab in a new different way.
According to a Farsi report by the Young Journalists Club (YJC), the women in these portable cabins help other ladies who go to their pavilions to experience correct hijab and understand why it is necessary in Islam.
They also answer their visitors’ religious questions and help resolve their uncertainties about religious matters.
Visitors to the cabins are presented with gifts such as flowers, scrolls, brochures containing information about religious issues and children’s books.