|Home | Articles | News | Blog | About | Mailing List | Resources | Prominent Islamists | Middle East Forum | Keep Us Informed | Donate|
Theresa May backs Muslim women's right to wear a hijab
Theresa May has backed the right of Muslim women to wear a headscarf or hijab "without fear".
The Prime Minister said she believed that "what a woman wears is a woman's choice".
A number of countries have imposed bans on parts of Muslim religious dress. France bans the hijab in public buildings such as schools and universities as part of a prohibition on "religious symbols".
Others, including Belgium, the Netherlands, and parts of Switzerland have passed bans of varying severity on wearing face veils such as the burqa or niquab.
Note: The content of external articles does not necessarily reflect the views of Islamist Watch.