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Having the burqas be different colors might make individualism, but the women are still completely covered. The karan says to be modest which mean showing skin just not too much

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their god told them to be modest, not to be completely covered. Their god wanted them to be able to express themselves, but not to show too much skin. Forcing people to wear the burqa is actually going against the karan because it talks about just being modest not being covered to the extent of no one knowing who you are

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They should be able to wear the burqas if they want. But having every woman wear the burqa is oppressive. If woman want to wear the burqa they should. Not every woman should be forced to wear it though

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The countries are forcing the woman to wear burqas because they want woman to wear modest clothes. There are ways to make women wear modest clothes without forcing them to cover all of their skin. Women should be able to show their faces in public

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For some women the burqa isn't oppressive but forcing every women to wear a burqa IS oppressive. Especially if they aren't religious. Not every woman is religious

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The ban in France was a bad idea. There are still women living there who are faithful to god and want to wear the burqa. The government shouldn't outlaw the burqa just because some people don't like them. France's government should give the option of wearing the burqa

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Yes trent I am neutral. It is not fair for women to be forced to wear the burqa if they don't want to wear the burqa they shouldn't. But if women want to wear the burqa they should. It's there choice to wear it not other peoples choices.

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Just because some women burqas doesn't mean it's tradition. There are probably more women who don't want the burqa than there are women who are faithful to god and want to wear a burqa.

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Not every woman should have to wear a burqa. If a woman is faithful to God and feels like it is her duty of faith, she should be able to wear a burqa. If a woman doesn't feel like it's her duty to wear a burqa, she shouldn't be forced to wear one.

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