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Islam and Burkha (Veiling of Adult Muslim Women)

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in response to reader comment: Shamsud Doulah: Do not drown in the green stuff coming out of Saudi Arabia

Submitted by A.B.M. Shamsud Doulah (Bangladesh), Sep 4, 2017 at 11:43

Your observation and analysis sounds logical. But in Islam it is strongly suggested that women should respectfully cover-up their bodies. But it also should be remembered that 'face' is the main attraction in the case of human beings.

Therefore, it is strongly advisable to avoid charming and attractive make-ups. The Holy Koran is very much clear about it.

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