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Islamist Apparel Banned in France, Talk about Oppression.

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Submitted by Anne (United States), Apr 14, 2011 at 07:44

Can you imagine covering yourself up like this when the weather is 100 degrees or more, trying to do chores, or feed your babies. The reason that the custom has been to cover yourself up is also because the men of Islam do not want anyone else looking at their women. They are incredibly insecure men, who have to have total control over their wives. Women in America do feel sorry for these women who have been treated so unfairly, they have never known true Freedom.

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