Veil is Not a Prison

Sister Fatemeh Fakhraie has a great article on the sensationalist ‘experiment’ done by Danielle Crittenden 

After reading her posts, it’s obvious she just wants to play dress-up. She doesn’t attempt to adhere to any principles of Islam while wearing the niqab, nor does she take it off in her home like most niqabis would, nor does she even attempt to start a dialogue with any Muslim women—niqabis or not

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Ms. Crittenden then makes a paltry connection between the rise of the Muslim population and the subjugation of women: “Accepting veiling implies acceptance of a larger ideology of female subordination.” No, Ms. Crittenden. Accepting your arguments, however, implies acceptance of a total lack of logic. Why can’t she get past the idea that wearing some extra cloth totally disenfranchises someone?

Please read it all

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One Response to “Veil is Not a Prison”

  1. Fatemeh Fakhraie Says:

    Thanks for the name drop!


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