The hijab is a religious headscarf worn by Muslims across the world, and for women it’s a headscarb, a head covering for modesty.

For kids, they wear formal dresses that cover their heads.

In the United States, it’s popular to wear it on college campuses.

But the Islamic hijab is also seen by many as an affront to women’s rights, and by some, a way to oppress them.

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey released a report in January calling on the government to ban the hijab in the United Kingdom, saying it is “un-Islamic” and “unpatriotic.”

In the past year, Muslim leaders have been increasingly vocal about their opposition to the hijab, saying they have been singled out and harassed by British police, with some being forced to leave the country for a while.

The group, the Islamic Council of Britain, which is the country’s largest Muslim body, has taken on a vocal role in opposition to banning the hijab.

The organization has called for women to be able to wear the hijab at all, and has issued several demands for the government.

“We are not asking for the hijab to be banned.

We are asking for it to be made a protected class,” the group said in a statement.

The Muslim Brotherhood has also said the hijab is “indefensible” and should be banned outright, saying the garment is a form of Islamic extremism.

The British government has been considering banning the garment as part of the government’s anti-radicalization strategy, the Guardian reported.

It’s a position the Muslim Brotherhood’s Nabeel Rajabieh has rejected.

“This is not about banning the burqa, it is about removing the veil,” he told the paper.

The burqa has been seen as an essential part of Islamic culture in the West, but the garment’s association with radicalization is a contentious issue for many Muslims, who see it as a symbol of oppression.

The hijab has been used by Muslims around the world to cover their faces for centuries, but it has also been seen by some as an expression of oppression and subjugation.

For the majority of Muslim women in the world today, the hijab means a dress that covers the head.

In many countries, women are not allowed to wear head coverings, or are required to wear them only during specific times.

The veil, however, is a cultural expression of Islam that often includes a hijab or niqab, a full face covering.

The niqabs worn by some Muslim women are banned in some countries.

According to a report by the Pew Research Center, a majority of the world’s Muslim population in 2022 was Muslim, and the majority said they either had never worn a veil or had worn one but did not want to cover it.

“I’m not going to cover myself,” one woman in Bangladesh told the group, according to the report.

“It is a very revealing garment, and I am not going.”

“We have a culture that is a lot more progressive, a lot of things have changed.

But I don’t feel like I’m going to be part of a group that wants to dictate what is and is not acceptable,” one Muslim woman told the Guardian.

The United Nations has called on the global community to “reject the veil as an oppressive garment.”

The group also issued a report saying the hijab could contribute to the spread of radicalization and terrorism.

“While some women have taken to wearing the hijab for religious reasons, it has been suggested that wearing it in public, or in public places, is an act of marginalization and marginalization is an offence that must be banned,” the report said.

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