Hijab and morality are two different things. However, the two are considered as having a relationship.

As we know, often the problem of wearing the hijab of a Muslim woman is related to morals. Hijab For example, a Muslim woman who wears a hijab must have good morals or have good behavior in daily life. Including, have a good understanding of religion.

But, is there actually a connection between the hijab and this morality?

We all know that hijab and morality have different meanings. Hijab is a pure commandment of Allah SWT and is an obligation for every Muslim woman. In fact, this has been explained in the QS. Al-Ahzab verse 59 which means:
While morality is the behavior contained in a person.
So, from that understanding alone, we should all know that Muslim women who wear the hijab have nothing to do with morality. For example, if a Muslim woman wearing a hijab commits a sin or transgression, it does not mean that she is wearing the hijab, but rather her character.
It must be admitted that in the view of society, Muslim women who wear hijab are always identical as women who are calm, kind, polite, diligent in praying, and other good things. Unisma As a result, that’s why many people associate the hijab with morality. In fact, the two are clearly different.
Perceptions about the morals of women wearing hijab should be gentle, polite, and so on, in fact it doesn’t always have to be like that. Of course, it can also not be used as an excuse that women with hijab are allowed to have bad morals. Because again and again, hijab is an identity as a Muslim woman whose morals are expected to always be maintained. Those who have not been veiled because they are not ready or want to veil their hearts first need to know that measuring readiness and self-kindness will never end. There will always be flaws in yourself.
Regarding religious understanding, it should be underlined that not all women who wear hijab have a good understanding of religion. However, wearing a hijab is a sign that she has tried to carry out her religious obligations as a Muslim woman. Meanwhile, Muslim women who choose not to wear the hijab are the right of that person. Although, it can be said that he has not been able to carry out his religious obligations.
Humans are not perfect creatures, including women who wear hijab. It is wrong if you think that women with hijab should not be angry or sad. In fact, those things are human. Even if you wear a hijab, you should be able to control yourself. Emotional control does not only belong to women who wear hijab, but must be owned by all Muslims.
You too must have heard the phrase, “Hijab, but how come he behaves like that.” Well, because sentences like this have the impact that many Muslim women who are not yet veiled, choose to stick with their choice not to wear the hijab.
Actually, the definite connotation between hijab and piety is an inappropriate understanding in our society in viewing the relationship between hijab and morality.
Because basically Muslim women should practice their religion well and apply religious orders in their daily lives, one of which is by wearing the hijab.
Then, which one is better? Hijab but have bad morals, or not hijab but have good morals?
Yes, not all Muslim women who wear the hijab have good morals. However, the thing to remember is that it is the Muslim women who wear the hijab who have good morals who also carry out their obligations. Hijab Of course, Muslim women who do not wear the hijab, it is a personal choice.
So, it can be concluded that wearing the hijab is a form of obligation for a Muslim woman, regardless of whether her character is good or bad. And, morality is human behavior that is highly required to have good morals by Islamic teachings. And of course, Muslim women who do not wear the hijab because it is their choice, have consequences that must be accepted. Because every choice has its own consequences.