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A Very Concerned Reader: Ex-Muslim women and the Hijab!

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: DNM: About the hijab video and more on the hijab in here

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 21, 2021 at 13:56

You see we have our share of the creepy and zany Left. And zany Lefties are "Woke" and love to "virtue signal" I suspect this is why they are in love with Islam and the crazy idea that wearing al-hijab is liberating.

Check these wonderful ex-Muslim women that have no like for al-Hijab.

1. Check Masih Alinejad: She is Iranian and here is her wikipedia page


2. Check Yasmin Muhammad: She was born in Canada to Egyptians parents and was forced to marry a "jihadist" and i do not want to spoil the details of her life and how she escaped from her vile family and husband and becoming free from al-hijab and the shackles of Islam


And must read is her book: "Unveiled."


3. The amazing Ayaan Hirsi Ali and we are lucky to have here living here in the US

4. Last but not least: The wonderful Rita Panahi who was born in the US and now lives in Australia but still a real Yankee

You can follow her on twitter


BTW: I do not "click" on any video that I think might be promoting the likes of al-Hijab.

BTW: Are you aware that Allah in the Qur'an "wears" a hijab? No I'm not kidding!


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