fatimasfilosofee:

sara4fr:

newsflick:

via pantslessprogressive:

Hiba defiantly won that debate. A good representation of women who wear the niqab- Yes they can think and speak for themselves.

Mona doesn’t even make sense.

It’s funny she keeps on talking about Muslim Women’s rights but not letting Muslim women dress how they want to.

This is great.

(via lipstick-feminists)

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    يَا أَيُّهَا النَّبِيُّ قُل لِّأَزْوَاجِكَ وَبَنَاتِكَ وَنِسَاءِ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ يُدْنِينَ عَلَيْهِنَّ مِن...
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  5. beautifuldangerous reblogged this from petesnose and added:
    You go Heba!! :D
  6. chrisbee reblogged this from petesnose and added:
    She continually concedes that it objects women; however, she states that the face is the main object to communication. I...
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  9. emilyisbatmannow reblogged this from petesnose and added:
    this is fantastic. it’s sort of comparable to the Orthadox Jewish people who wear those Yamicas (I think that’s the...
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  14. metamorphoseandbodhi reblogged this from ericmortensen and added:
    I disagree with the ban and Mona Elthawy. Hebab Ahmed is correct; just because Hebab has a different perspective on the...
  15. dapperqueer reblogged this from queen and added:
    Great points on both sides, but Mona can’t seem to differentiate between Saudi Arabia and France. It’s obvious that by...
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  17. queen reblogged this from patbee and added:
    Mona’s grin is so fucking annoying. It’s like she knows she’s wrong.
  18. patbee reblogged this from fuckyeahgenderstudies
  19. methodistcoloringbook reblogged this from lipstick-feminists and added:
    this is such an excellent debate! a few years ago i remember being excited when france banned non-secular adornment in...
  20. naijanyc reblogged this from sosodeb and added:
    via pantslessprogressive: Hiba defiantly won that debate. A good representation of women who wear the niqab- Yes they...
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  24. springingintostep reblogged this from face--the--strange and added:
    We watched this in my middle eastern history class a few weeks ago! Very interesting.
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  27. scullysdesk reblogged this from bibliofeminista and added:
    What people don’t realize, is that a lot of Muslim women don’t see this as oppression, and frankly I don’t either most...
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  34. twilightshards reblogged this from fuckyeahgenderstudies and added:
    Yep, Hebah definitely won that debate.
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