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The heat in Mecca and the hijab! Bad combination

Reader comment on item: Hijabs on Western Public Women
in response to reader comment: Roger and the cheap jibes on Islam

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 9, 2008 at 17:59

No Islam is the religion of the Hijazi arabs as per Q14:4.

As for the Hijab or curtain (root HJB): How could a poor woman function in the heat of Mecca and cover her hair and face if she is wearing al-niqab? She will get a sun stroke for sure, more so when 50% of heat loss is from the scalp area.

More evidence that Islam does not make any sense

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