Banglatrash police to prevent hurting of religious sentiment
“Any book that hurts religious sentiment and disrupts communal harmony is prohibited.”
Saudi women are stepping on the face veils some are made to wear in the conservative kingdom and posting it on social media with the hashtag “the niqab under my foot”.
The campaign marks the latest protest against strict dress codes for women in Saudi Arabia, who are required to wear abayas – loose, all-covering robes – in public and in most of the country to cover their hair and faces.
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