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Kuwait Dress

Reader comment on item: The Kuwaiti Exception
in response to reader comment: "The Charm and Attraction of Kuwait"

Submitted by omar (United States), Jul 3, 2006 at 23:03

I think that it's important that Kuwaiti men and women continue to wear islamic dress only, because letting the western dress come here, is dangerous, and un-islamic.

I for one will never wear western clothing, only the thobe, and gutra, and igal, and white or black sandals. I don't think western clothing has any place in Kuwait, and it's time that it's banned, and that women should continue to vote, but don't wear western clothing.

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