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The Muhajjaba in residence at the BBC gets rid of her Hijab! What next?

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 13, 2014 at 07:58

Dr. Pipes

It seems that the Hijab as a fashion/religious statement will be a thing of the past in the not very distant future and yes I cannot generalize from one single Muslim woman getting rid of this silly Hijab but in this case the woman is Shaimaa Khalil and she is a BBC reporter and she is the BBC Muhajjaba (she who wears al-Hijab) in residence and here is her new look from twitter

https://twitter.com/Shaimaakhalil/status/444041331690979328/photo/1

Now she will be able to get more vitamin D in her system and in the process she will be joining kuffar women in London that defy Allah's wishes that women must cover their head

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