- From Arabic نقاب (niqāb). (Wiktionary)
“However, many Muslim women argue that wearing the niqab is a choice they make as part of their religious practice.”
“Fact is, the wearing of a niqab is a heathen practice, and most certainly NOT Christian.”
“Like the veil, the niqab is a coercive means to oppress women, she added.”
“The French "burqa" is what we call a niqab, the nunlike skullcap and tight scarf over chin and neck, leaving a half-inch slit for the eyes.”
“Among the 'normal' Muslims interviewed were a woman in niqab (fewer than 1% of Muslim women in America wear the full face veil and accompanying robes), and Muslims in the Muslim 'hood', cities, like Dearborn, MI, and Patterson, NJ.”
“They approached the protest in perfect French fashion: reinterpreting the way a niqab is traditionally worn.”
“The hijab and niqab is our symbol of freedom, and no one can take it away from us.”
“Last week he called the niqab, the form of veil worn in France,”
“Last week he called the niqab, the form of veil worn in France, "contrary to our values and to the ideals we have of women's dignity".”
“An address on the recent attack of the west against the "niqab" - the muslim woman's veil.”
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