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  • n. Plural form of niqab.

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Examples

  • I think it is laudable to want to do something for women who are forced to wear a niqaab, yet I do not think fining the women (turning victims into perpetrators) is a good way of doing that.

    Burka ban update

  • On the pavement beside me, standing at the bus stop outside the hospital steps, was a collection of women wearing every variety of Muslim covering imaginable, from a pastel headscarf to the complete, thick black niqaab that covers you completely, with a veil of black cloth that blanks out your face, even your eyes.

    Nomad

  • More and more wear the full niqaab, which covers even your face and eyes.

    Nomad

  • Anonymous said ... as i said on someone elses blog recently, the very fact that the supposedly liberal west is creating conditions within their countries such that they are making it uncomfortable for women to wear hijab and niqaab ought to be an embarassment to them. the fact that it is not shows the extent to which they have not yet assimilated liberal values. good post.

    Muslim Veil Also Can Be Free Choice

  • Lawsuit claims AAA Carolinas has racial bias women visiting or hoping to migrate to the country to stay away if they wear, or plan to continue wearing, the niqaab or burqa - the full

    WN.com - Business News

  • To all my sisters in deen who miss their freedom of wearing their face cover (burqah or niqaab) Allah is with you and you are in our prayers.

    WN.com - Articles related to Saudi: OK to uncover face in anti-burqa countries

  • The French government estimates that 2,000 women, most of them migrants from Africa, wear the burqa or niqaab outside home.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • France today asked women visiting or hoping to migrate to the country to stay away if they wear, or plan to continue wearing, the niqaab or burqa - the full veil worn by Muslim women with just a slit for the eyes.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • "If someone does not feel at ease with French laws, why should they stay in France." or niqaab also as a security threat.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • Bonnafont said wearing a burqa or niqaab in public places was against France's principles of secularism, freedom and equality.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

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