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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Watch: she was forced to wear a hijab, she burns it to embrace freedom in the Muslim world

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This brave Ex-Muslim woman took to the social network to protest against the Islamic oppression of women in Iran.
She wrote on a Twitter post:
"#NoHijabDay Yes, I was forced to wear the #Hijab, not only by my family, but also by my school. We had to wear it, or else we get lower grades. Now no more. It feels so liberating. Hijab is not a symbol of liberation, It is the symbol of oppression."
As promised, I did it on my birthday, it feels so liberating to burn the #hijab. And I am doing that in solidarity to #Iranian women who are protesting against the madatory hijab and for all the forced girls. #nohijabday we are not candies or diamonds to be covered. We're humans."
[UnderMain] The list of European countries adopting Burqa and Niqab bans has gained a new member. Countries that already had such a ban include – France – Belgium – Netherlands – Bulgaria – Austria – Denmark. – Switzerland Face-covering veils includes traditional headdresses like the burqa or nikab and other items concealing the face.
In countries that banned the full face veils it won't be allowed in schools, hospitals, inside admin buildings, on public transport and other public places or buildings.
The ban doesn’t prevent your head from being covered, just your face and identity.
Violators of tes ban could be fined up to 177 US dollars in Austria and up to €405 fine in the Netherlands.
In Muslim countries such as Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan The Islamic veil symbolizes oppression of women under Sharia laws.
There is no mention of an Islamic veil or burqa in the Koran. There are moderate Muslims who call to ban the burqa in the West.