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A burqa covers up who you are. If a normal person like me or you was to wear a bright colored shirt, it reflects who you are. It tells people you are out going, or want to stick out in a crowd. But with a burqa, you are covered up and you don't know who the woman is.
What I'm saying is that woman all over in the world are mostly being forced to wear them. France banned the burqa because it is oppressive to woman. It covers up who the person really is. If a woman was hidden under clothing her whole life would be creepy. If you met the person when they weren't wearing the burqa, you'd probably not know who they were. Just think, what if you had a friend that wore a burqa, and she finally was free to wear what she wanted, then you found out what she really looked like, would you be a little freaked out when you finally saw her face?
I think the burqa covers up who you are, and it doesn't show the real you. I think the Hijab shows your religion enough, and you aren't forced to wear them. They only cover the hair, and they are still part of the religion, but it also shows your face, and you can wear what you want on your body. you have a choice of what you want to wear.
I believe Burqas are opressive to woman because it covers up who they really are. In most places women are forced by their husbands.Wearing a burqa is a choice for some woman, but why should woman have to keep to themselves? If woman believe they need to dress modestly, they can still cover themselves without a burqa. The burqa I think covers too much,and hides who the person is.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!