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Muslim girls' 'Jihad Chic'.

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Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), May 29, 2007 at 17:55

Are these Hijab, Niqab, Jiljab, etc. fashion accessories or are these Muslim girls making a statement of revolt against the society they live in? If so, they should remain in their own native lands, and not impose their ideologies and fashion statements in their adopted countries.

A couple of years ago, Mrs. Tony Blair as a lawyer, fought a case on behalf of a Muslim girl who wanted to wear her fashion accessory to school, and she won the case for her.

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