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Reader comment on item: Niqabs and Burqas - The Veiled Threat Continues
in response to reader comment: Niqabs and Burqas Do Not Belong In The 21st Century

Submitted by Haji SYed Mehmood Ali (India), Oct 30, 2009 at 04:23

Dear Annem, Well Religion is more important then modern clothing, Islam allows Islamic women to work in office or to become teacher in school along with obeying the rules of Islam, wearing modern clothes with almost full nudity and going to school to teach childrens i think is not good, because all the childrens too wear clothes in class, no child come nude or half nude in class rooms, teachers with modern clothing like half nude and also childrens with no cloths is not a SCHOOL, what should be taught in school is that study with your cloths on

i don't know what about modern clothing you are talking about, now a days there are many modern clothes are available for muslim women, i don't know that clothes are available or not for you in the modern market. because modern clothes are so short that whole of your body is visible, then one should be nude rather wearing clothes, what different it does make.


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