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Muslim women are afraid to wear hijab

A hijab is considered sacred and considered a mark of honor for Muslims.

And the hijab is an important symbol of respect, equality and beauty.

It is also a part of Islam, but many women feel they are not able to wear it, as it is considered to be too revealing.

It has been banned in the UK for more than a decade.

But many Muslim women, and some Christians, feel that the hijab does not belong to them.

Many Muslim women have been told to remove the hijab, and a growing number of Muslim women and girls are also being harassed and intimidated by men on the street. “

I think many people feel that it is inappropriate and the Muslim community is not at liberty to speak to that.”

Many Muslim women have been told to remove the hijab, and a growing number of Muslim women and girls are also being harassed and intimidated by men on the street.

The Islamic Association of Britain (IAB), a branch of the Muslim Association of England and Wales (MAEW), said the Muslim Council of Great Britain (MCG), which represents Muslim women across England and in Wales, has been contacted by a number of women and boys who feel intimidated by wearing the hijab or who feel they have been treated differently.

“This is an issue that’s very personal to many of our women and we want to raise the issue with our council and we’re hoping we can work together to try and tackle this issue.” “

It added: “It is not acceptable for any Muslim woman to feel unsafe, discriminated against or to feel marginalised and have to deal with this.” “

This is an issue that’s very personal to many of our women and we want to raise the issue with our council and we’re hoping we can work together to try and tackle this issue.”

It added: “It is not acceptable for any Muslim woman to feel unsafe, discriminated against or to feel marginalised and have to deal with this.”

Ms Al-Hadi, a mother of two, said that the fear she had been living with had been overwhelming.

“When I started the hijab I was terrified, but I have been getting through it,” she said.

“My mum is a Muslim and my sister is a Christian.

In recent years, women in England and the rest of the UK have begun to wear headscarves, although they remain banned in some areas. “

But I am worried that the pressure is starting to get to me, that I am not allowed to wear the hijab and I don’t know if I can do anything about it.”

In recent years, women in England and the rest of the UK have begun to wear headscarves, although they remain banned in some areas.

A number of other countries have also banned headscarfs.

But some British Muslim women do not want to wear a hijab.

The hijab is worn by many Muslims to show respect for the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and is an integral part of their faith.

It symbolises the unity of Islam and the fact that all Muslims have one God, Muhammad, as the founder of the faith.

In recent times, there have been numerous attacks on Muslim women including the attempted murder of a Muslim woman in Woolwich, east London, last week.

In March, a young Muslim woman, who had been wearing a hijab, was stabbed in a mosque in north London.

And in April, a British man stabbed a Pakistani man in the chest in his home.

There have also been attacks on Christian women, such as in Birmingham, when a Christian man was stabbed outside a church.

In June, a Christian woman in a wheelchair was attacked in the town of Walthamstow.

Last week, a Catholic nun in France was stabbed by a man in front of her children in Saint-Denis, a town close to Paris.