Definitions Some definitions or uses of the term Wahhabi Islam include: King Salman bin Abdul Aziz , King of Saudi Arabia  "a misguided creed that fosters intolerance, promotes simplistic theology, and restricts Islam's capacity for adaption to diverse and shifting circumstances" David Commins, paraphrasing opponents' definition  "a conservative reform movement Starting out as a theological reform movement, it had "the goal of calling da'wa people to restore the 'real' meaning of tawhid oneness of God or monotheism and to disregard and deconstruct 'traditional' disciplines and practices that evolved in Islamic history such as theology and jurisprudence and the traditions of visiting tombs and shrines of venerated individuals. The term is "most frequently used in countries where Salafis are a small minority" of the Muslim community but "have made recent inroads" in "converting" the local population to Salafism. Quintan Wiktorowicz  a blanket term used inaccurately to refer to "any Islamic movement that has an apparent tendency toward misogyny, militantism, extremism, or strict and literal interpretation of the Quran and hadith" Natana J.
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Antiquity[ edit ] Elite women in ancient Mesopotamia and in the Greek and Persian empires wore the veil as a sign of respectability and high status. A wife-of-a-man, or [widows], or [Assyrian] women who go out into the main thoroughfare [shall not have] their heads [bare]. Whoever sees a veiled prostitute shall seize her, secure witnesses, and bring her to the palace entrance. They shall not take her jewelry; he who has seized her shall take her clothing; they shall strike her 50 blows with rods; they shall pour hot pitch over her head. And if a man should see a veiled prostitute and release her and not bring her to the palace entrance: Slave-women shall not veil themselves, and he who should see a veiled slave-woman shall seize her and bring her to the palace entrance: