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But in some countries, it is forced, so that makes it oppresive.

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I agree Bennett. It only got taken away because of the oppresiveness, so that shows that it is oppresive. If no one forced it, it would be fine. I also agree that it isn't really taking away from their religion because that is just going over the top, it isn't forced by their religion.

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Shaun, I would like to see where it says to cover their face in "therebibleish thing". Also, the "check spelling" button might be good for you.

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You make a good point, but how do you know that is what it means? Also, what if they would rather be judged by what they look like?

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Prove it. If it does say that men and women have to wear the burqa, then why do only women wear it? This is either not true, or showing that the men are being oppresive to the women by forcing them to wear it but not wearing it themselves.

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But Sam, it also says "that they will be better recognized" so it can't be talking about the burqa because you can't recognize someone who is wearing a burqa. I agree that women should (if they want to) wear chadors or hijabs, but they shoulnd't be forced to wear burqas because it is not a religious tradition.

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I agree. Like Bennett said, just because there isn't a law saying they have to, a lot of women are still forced.

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I agree. Men can't say that they are better than women just because they were in power. We are all humans and should all have the same rights.

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You spelled forced wrong twice, and then let's talk about Afghanistan. There, it is completely oppresive. It doesn't let them be human. It is similar to being a slave. It is like them having less rights than other people.

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Not really. On that other video, they were talking about how just becuase you wear a burqa, doesn't mean you shouldn't personalize it. But they don't. They wear it as a uniform. It doesn't show their identity. It shows they are the same as other muslim women.

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