[sex] dress codes

Raid Qusti comments, "As human beings, we should be free to practice our own faith and live our own lives, as long as doing so does not harm anybody and does not break the law."
A Muslim girl today won her battle to wear traditional "head-to-toe" dress in the classroom after the Court of Appeal ruled her school had acted unlawfully in barring her.
De nombreuses femmes « issues de l'immigration », se considérant avant tout et à juste titre comme des citoyennes françaises de plein droit témoignent et prennent partie pour la laïcité et l'égalité des droits.
Raid Qusti from Arab News writes, "Something odd is going on in the Grand Mosque in Makkah these days."
A 15-year-old schoolgirl has become the public face of a radical group's campaign for an "Islamic" dress code in a controversy similar to the one sparked by the recent French ban on headscarves in classrooms.
There are growing fears the hostage situation in Iraq has taken its toll on Italy's relations with its large Muslim community.
The country's Muslims in particular are going to greater lengths than ever to be seen to be dressing modestly. Now the Catholic Church has joined the debate.
On June 30 this year, the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Leyla Sahin v. Turkey unanimously ruled that the university’s headscarf ban did not infringe the European Convention on Human Rights.
Le juge européen rappelle que le principe de laïcité ne peut souffrir d’exception, et que le foulard islamique n’est pas seulement un signe d’appartenance à l’Islam, mais peut-être aussi utilisé comme une arme politique.
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