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What if the white women took off their hajabs in the mosque

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jul 17, 2007 at 19:45

There were invited guests in the room who were white Christian women , they put on hajabs because of the radical islamic belief that women should not have their own identdity or personality.

One wonders what would have happened if one of the women took off the hajab, would someone politly ask her to put it on, or would she be quick stepped out the door.

Crank it up a notch , what if she was to move to the front and openly and in a dramatic fashion remove the hajab and twirl it around her hand. How would the muslims react.

They would not do anything , I bet that way they can say " Hey look how nice we are to women , the hajab is not on by force " . This would be a publicity dream come true.

The sad thing is many women are not allowed to even go to a mosque in some islamic countries, if they are allowed to go they must sit at the back ( like black people were force to sit at the back of the bus) and they must always were the hajab. If they took it off , they would pay big time.

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