In this audio programme, Navid Akhtar meets the singer Abdullah Ag Alhousseyni from the Tuareg band Tinariwen, talks to men of different faiths about what the veil means to them, and asks whether their stories change the way we perceive women who are veiled. Part of complete coverage on. Burgundy Headscarf: The color burgundy matches different skin tone shades, and that's why every hijabi should own a burgundy headscarf. It is generally frowned upon to wear pants and women are expected to cover their hair and face with a veil known as the niqab. And, you know, the prophet was okay with that. Mona Eltahawy: I did not make those indices that show that there are huge gaps when it comes to gender equality in the Arab world. It is the principle of modesty and includes behaviour as well as dress for both males and females.
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There is an Islamic tradition that women - and men - should not veil their faces while on the Hajj pilgrimage. Women wear hijabs to symbolize modesty. One need look no further than Fulla, the Middle Eastern version of Barbie , designed to suit Muslim values. Visit BBC Webwise for full instructions. What, do you have a five point plan? If we live in proper societies where there really is gender equality, do you think that you would have to go home early so that you'd be protected? And you don't think I get judged?
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A camel headscarf can be worn with any light-colored outfits, for example white, and it can also match black and dark-colored outfits. She met with a recruiter but cut the conversation short after learning she would have to remove her head scarf before enlisting. I will not respect this. She yearned to regain custody of her children and support them on her own. Some women feel more confident wearing a hijab as men don't lear at them or look at them i can understand this xx. We're also gonna be hearing from our very patient audience, here, at the Oxford Union, who'll have their questions and comments to Mona Eltahawy.
But when you say that men, quote, hate women, some might say to focus on that feeling is a cop out, because it enables you not to have a much more complex discussion about, say, poverty, tyranny, ignorance, lack of education. When the bus arrived at the barracks that evening, Ms. Hijab, in the sense of veiling, can also be achieved by hanging a curtain or placing a screen between women and men to allow them to speak to each other without changing dress. She had to remove her hijab, a sacred symbol of the faith she holds deeply. Mehdi Hasan: Isn't that the problem. By no means have I said this is a specifically Arab thing.