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Reader comment on item: Burqas and Niqabs in the Classroom?
in response to reader comment: face veils are not Islamic, should be banned in public

Submitted by ummzaza (United States), Aug 8, 2006 at 15:05

Niqab is not a custom first of all, it is something that is comment in our quran for the believing muslimah that feel to cover herself to the public.

second. In America ( western country) one has the right to practice their religion the way the they choose part of the first amendment. Look at these people who are worshipping the devil with all black and earring piercing in every part of their body.

may u be quided to the true path of Islam.

peace

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