Suhair Ramzi said: "She has abstained from wearing open clothes, swimsuits and the like after she announced the retirement of art, but she is not veiled in all that she made a decision to wear decent clothes does not show her body."
"She never said before that she was veiled. She always says I'm a decent woman and that what she puts on her head is nothing more than a headscarf," she said.
"She was hiding her hair in a hat, but because the air was strong, she dropped the veil and the hat on the ground. She quickly put it on her head to pick up the picture and did not notice that her hair was exposed," Suheir Ramzi said.
Suheir Ramzi entered into a dispute with Sheikh Sabri Abada, Undersecretary of the Egyptian Ministry of Awqaf, who in turn confirmed that her hijab is incomplete and what she wears is not considered a hijab, but he stressed that it is not right for any creature to be held accountable for her dress.
Sheikh advised Suheir Ramzi to be role models for girls and wear the veil of legitimacy, because they are a favorite figure, stressing that there is no Islam in the name of modesty.
Here, Suheir Ramzi intervened to tell him that she was not veiled but decent, and that she wore clothes covering her body, much better than to wear what he showed.