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Hijab-A patriarchal oppression?

By Trish Lamberti My reflection on hijab: I find it absurd that the world thinks of Muslim women as oppressed due to the way Islam tells us to dress. Putting religion aside for a moment….what is the definition of oppression?  It is “to burden with cruel or unjust impositions or restraints; subject to a burdensome or harsh exercise of authority or power.”        (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/oppress) To imply that hijab or niqab (choosing to cover your body and/or part of your face …

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An open letter to Feminists regarding hijab |By Non-Muslim

By Chelsea Flores (Non-Muslim, USA)  Dear Feminists, Please stop. Pretty please with a cherry on top. Stop. Feminism, in its most simple form, is about achieving economic, social, and political equality. When one looks at feminism on a deeper level, they realize that feminism also encompasses the desire for comprehensive women’s health care. Feminism is about ending the worldwide epidemic of …

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