It is interesting to note that when women attempt to attain their rights to wear the hijab or the niqab in lets say France it is not met with the same enthusiastic praise but rather derision. After decades of resurgent Islam, public nudity is frowned upon in Egypt, even in art. Mahdy defended her act, writing in her blog :. The idea of men wearing hijab to make a political statement is not new. In , Iranian authorities tried to humiliate jailed activist Majid Tavakoli by publishing photos of him wearing hijab as punishment for his role in protests following a disputed election.
Arab Women In Hijab Showing Her Titties
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Afghan models reveal the beauty under the burqa
Recently I was asked by our global editor to track down a burqa for a music video we recently shot. But I did, eventually. As I scrolled through countless websites looking for hijabs, niqabs, khimars, abayas, jilbabs, and other religious-tinged garments, I began to notice that no one has anything positive to say about any of them. After watching 74 YouTube videos and parsing Google search pages, I couldn't find one article or video explaining if burqas were comfortable, or how Americans reacted to seeing someone resembling the Grim Reaper float by them in line at Starbucks.
Reader comments are listed below. Comments are currently closed and new comments are no longer being accepted. I think French society has the right to do whatever is best in the French cultural interest; a free society is about communication and openness. When fundamentalist Islam is attacking western values on a daily bases, what do you expect!!