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Zaida Bibi, an Islamic woman, says about the burqa, "I felt like I was out of air."

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You just said it. They DON'T have a choice in Afghanistan.

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Ok, there are multicolored burqas. But have you seen the pictures of women who are forced into burqas? They are wearing black burqas. Do you really think that people forced into them have a choice in what color it is? These women are getting beaten up! They don't choose what color their forced outfit is! That would be like a jail keeper saying to a prisoner, "Now what color do you want your handcuffs to be?"

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If you except who someone is, then why are you forcing them into burqas that hide who they are?

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Hijabs are respectful, but some are forced into burqas and it makes them feel like a big clumsy mess, falling down, running into things. Shahi Regum, an Islamic woman, says, "When the Taliban required women to wear burqas, that's when we started falling down and running into lamp posts. Even climbing steps was dangerous."

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Yes, France shouldn't be able to ban the burqa. But if that's so, then why is it okay to force them to wear it in the Middle East?

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Actually, there was only one woman in the video saying that. One Islamic nurse who was forced to wear the burqa says she "had two jobs, treating the patient and managing the burqa."

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Exactly, apperance shouldn't matter! People shouldn't have to wear the burqa because that is how men want the women to appear!

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No they are not just wearing it for their religon. Maybe some in America, but many are being forced to wear the burqa.

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They had to make laws to wear it because many women wore headscarves, not burqas! An Islamic woman, Sharisa Rehman, who was forced to wear a burqa when the Taliban was in rule said, "I was bound like a prisoner."

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