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A Muslim woman wearing a veil is a regular sight in modern multicultural society, but few people outside of Islam understand the veil's religious significance. While some women might view the veil as an imposed male requirement, others wear it out of their own free will and see their scarves as liberating. Learn more about Islam to understand the reasons behind this cultural custom, which is often left shrouded in mystery and misunderstanding.Your view ?

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Asked by jameel ahmed, 20 Mar '12 02:29 pm
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Islam is just not a religion or way of life but a great civilization and unites all civilisations
The Most Beautiful Girl
No, she's not Diana Hayden nor is she Sushmita Sen,
Not even Aishwarya Rai, Who is this girl then?
No, she does not flash her legs nor walk down the aisle semi-nude
For her such things are unthinkable, sacrilegious and downright rude
Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss "Anything", She does not aspire to be
She shuns all kinds of publicity in privacy she would rather be
Never in a swimming costume will she for a camera pose
Yes, she's the 'girl in hijaab' more beautiful than a rose! ...more
Answered by truth exposed, 20 Mar '12 03:15 pm

 
  
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I agree
Answered by conviction, 20 Mar '12 02:29 pm

 
  
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You are definitely going to feel bad but give me one good reason for trying to understand that. it is your relegion you should understand and respect the traditions as far as others are concerned we can only respect your wishes, but the buck stops there there is no reason for us to try to understand or justify such things, you are happy with your traditions and we are happy with ours Q E D.
Answered by iqbal seth, 20 Mar '12 02:32 pm

 
  
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Veil or no veil, there should not be curb on any individuals on gender basis. If human beings feel they have certain privileges, such privileges should be available to women also. If husband has some privilege, same privilege wife also should have. Whatever the justification any individual or religions are making for curbs on gender basis, is not logical. I am following this at my home with my family members.
Answered by dinkar shetty, 20 Mar '12 02:48 pm

 
  
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