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A burqa is just like a blanket which closes you in as a chador and somewhat a hajib doesn't close you in that much. In the Koran, it doesn't say that you should wear a burqa. It says that you should dress modestly. You will be able to see in a hajib and a chador too.
A hajib would be the better way to go or even a chador because burqas cover your whole body. Modesty is about covering your chest and not wearing short shorts and stuff like that. A burqa is too extreme. You're covering your entire body which is too much. That is too modest and you're covering parts of your body that don't need to be covered.
If you eliminate the burqa then some women would be very mad and start an uprising or something like that. The other women would be happy and wouldn't do anything about it. It would go both ways no one can get their choice. There's always going to be that one unhappy person in the world.
Burqas should be allowed throughout the world, but if their husbands force them to wear it then it should be banned in that specific country. It's religious tradition for women to dress modestly, but is shouldn't be too extreme. Hajibs are a bit better than burqas because they don't cover the whole entire body. Therfore, burqas should and shouldn't be allowed based on what they think and believe.
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