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snowfall7
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Posted on Sun, Nov 12, 2006 04:49

Its becoming quite frequent on TV news channell to deabate about what a woman should wear and what not. Majority has a view that women can dress as she should wish no matter how revealing or exposing the dress is. But the case when muslim women wears a burqa or hijab raises eyebrows to such highly educated journalist. Many have objection and they frequently express it. Lets have a look on these liberals what they practice. Most of English medium schools follow strict dress code and definitely its not revealing clothes. Even in TV programmes female journalist do not come in a dress as she wishes. There do exist some rule what to dress and its not the wish of women which decide wut to dress. Its not permitted if some journalist want to wear some tribal dress or other dress as she wishes. The cloth of NUNS are stereotyped and no body argues the freedom of choice cloth for these women. Even the liberal clubs have strict dress code.No body argues here abt so called liberty to dress himself/herself. There are plenty example but no body argue why people have no liberty of choice to wear desired dress. The balance between freedom and law and rules needs to be discussed.


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green567
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Posted on Thu, Jan 11, 2007 13:57

I agree . they should not.


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sammaa
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Posted on Tue, Jan 02, 2007 05:17

I think its no one business to advice what a women should wear and what not.


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fatima22
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Posted on Fri, Nov 17, 2006 05:21

Totally agree with you. These are similar arguments i have made with numerous authorities. In the course, have won some, lost some...but it has not stopped me from higlighting the issue whenever i encounter resistence against muslimahs' dressing. For cases where they still resisted, i gain satisfaction that deep down inside they know their integrity has been challenged but they are cowards who dare not change the rule of the organisation, and in my eyes they are just victims of prejudiced thinking....


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