To wear or not to wear – That’s the question

Diversity – Men clothing #1

Suprisingly, not only women wear clothes. Men do too! They do so in various different ways, according to their religion, education, etc. I will try to describe the most common clothing men wear today in the Arab world. Thawb: The thawb (thaub, thobe) is the traditional Arab clothing for men. It is most commonly worn … Continue reading

Diversity – Women Clothing #5 – Queen of Netherlands criticised for wearing a headscarf

Here’s an example of a discussion that has started about hijab in Holland. The Dutch Queen, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, wore a headscarf when visiting the U.A.E. out of ”religious respect”. Party for Freedom-leader Geert Wilders stated he thinks that the Queen gives off a wrong signal by doing so. He fears that by … Continue reading

Diversity – Women Clothing #4 – Check this out

Of course there’s a lot I didn’t write in my last blogs on women clothing. As said, I am as ignorant as you may be. Fortunately, there are a lot of sites on this subject. Check out the following recommendations. The hijaab. The introduction is starting with: ”Yesterday, marked my 5 year anniversary of wearing … Continue reading

Diversity – Women Clothing #2 – The Burqa Ban

I was just wondering, what is your opinion? Is it right that the burqa and other forms of hijab are being banned in some European countries? This Italian minister clearly doesn’t see any point in doing so. (More information about this laws will be posted here tomorrow) Related blogs: – Diversity – Women clothing – … Continue reading

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