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9.120 Muslim women: the Veil (Burka)
Let's be clear. Many Muslim women want to wear the veil (burka).
The Amish Christian communities are well meaning, God fearing people who can be found throughout the north eastern region of the Sovereign tribes of America. Amish women are known for their very bland, self imposed buttonless puritanical clothes, yet they don't ask to be rescued and deposited by US marines outside button factories. It's their choice.
The important issue here is that for those who wish to leave this way of life - whether this is religiously right or wrong is a value judgement and irrelevant - they can.
I direct the same rules apply to Muslim women. I direct more liberal Muslim tribes identify and actively relocate women who are unhappy with life in more conservative regimes. Whether this is religiously right or wrong is a value judgement and irrelevant. For example, women who live in the tribal region of Iran are allowed to preach in Mosques and hold public office. Men and women who find this too lax should move to more rigid tribes. But the opposite should apply. Allow the freedom of immigration of Muslim women within Muslim countries now. It will go a long way in getting more freedom to women in more conservative tribal regions.
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