Tag: HIJAB BAN

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French anti-Muslim sentiment stripped bare with abaya ban

A key example of the dangers of liberal and secular thinking: forcing women to reduce their modesty and arguing that it is empowering.

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Hijab ban upheld in Indian court: BJP continues persecution of Muslims in Karnataka

The Hindu nationalist Prime Minister of India appears to be taking another step in his desire to cause unnecessary and manufactured friction between the country’s Muslim and Hindu populations

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National Union of Teachers Unanimously Vote Against Ofsted’s Hijāb Stance

The National Union of Teachers (“NUT”), part of the UK’s largest teachers’ union, held their annual conference over the weekend, covering a wide-range of topics from pay scales to Ofsted policy. Amongst the important topics discussed was a unified voice of condemnation of Ofsted Chief Inspector Amanda Speilman’s instruction to

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Why I won’t cry about hijab bans

The women’s dress-code for employment agency Portico published last year, stated: What we like to see: Makeup worn at all times and regularly reapplied, with a minimum of: Light blusher; Lipstick or tinted gloss; Mascara; Eye shadow; Light foundation/powder. Heel height normally a minimum of 2 inches and maximum of 4 inches, unless otherwise agreed

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The Stupidity of Comparing Hijab to Pole Dancing

The Politics of Hijāb The hijāb is a concept which goes beyond the sublunary. It connects to the spiritual by obliterating worldly expectations in favour of conformity to that which is most pleasing to Allāh, Most High. It is, for many Muslim women, attuned to their faith, a source of