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Who is your mother in law?

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: THE WEST & MUSLIM WORLD MUST KNOW THAT WEARING OF "BURKHA" BY AFGAN WOMEN IS NOT THE DRESS PRESCRIBED BY HOLY QURAN BUT THE TRIBAL CUSTOMS PRACTISED BY SUCH PEOPLE.

Submitted by Daniela (Bangladesh), Jul 30, 2012 at 14:32

... clear cut verses in QUR'AN regarding covering women's, head+bosom, Talking about outer garment, covering faces of Women, and this man is says no "There is no specific Dresses for men & Women in the Holy Quran." And if any man comes from street claiming what his mother in law wears, taking it a representative of Qur'an, it should be believed? So what if your mother in law wears head scarf and apron? someone else's mother in law might wear something else- more or less than your one, so WHAT?

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