When Capetonian Saadiqah Saffodien applied for her new identification card at Home Affairs office in Cape Town, she was told to take off her headscarf for her photographs. I looked at her and said Why? She said we don't take pics with the scarf on," says Saffodien. She says she has had photographs taken before at Home Affairs with her headscarf on. Saadiqah says she has since been contacted by a Home Affairs official, Sam Plaaitjies, to apologise and reassure her that it was a mistake, and not standard practice. Listen to the interview here. Here are some pictures of how the world is marking the holiday. Mkhize: Do not fear coronavirus. Duduzane defends UKZN students. China coronavirus quarantine hotel collapse kills
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By Andrew Court For Dailymail. An Oregon woman has been charged with hate crimes after she allegedly tore a hijab off a Saudi Arabian lady's head and rubbed it against her exposed genitals. Jasmine Renee Campbell, 23, failed to appear in court on Friday following the shocking Islamophobic attack, which took place at a Portland MAX light rail station on November Campbell is accused of approaching her victim from behind on the evening of the attack, before pulling the hijab off the woman's head and choking her with it. Campbell was indicted by a grand jury last month on two counts of second-degree bias crime, attempted strangulation, harassment and third-degree criminal mischief. The victim - who attends Portland State University - is still reeling from the attack, and is too afraid to wear her hijab in public. She now wears knit caps or a scarf to cover herself. She was set to appear in court on Friday, but she was a no-show. The Portland local is now wanted by police. KGW reports that the victim - who is an exchange student attending Portland State University - is still reeling from the attack, and is too afraid to wear her hijab in public.
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Corey Flintoff. Farah al-Jaberi holds her protest sign outside the Green Zone checkpoint that leads to Iraq's parliament. Her sign says, "From the American to the [female] Parliament employee — either no clothes, or the American prisons. This is the way Farah al-Jaberi says women are seen by an electronic security scanner at one of the checkpoints entering Baghdad's Green Zone — essentially naked, even when they are fully covered in conservative Muslim attire. A conservatively dressed Iraqi matron holding a provocative sign and a picture of a naked woman stood against the dusty concrete blast wall outside the main checkpoint where Iraqi workers enter and leave Baghdad's Green Zone. It's almost impossible for us, as Americans, to grasp just how shocking this was. First, you have to consider that for Farah al-Jaberi, an observant Muslim woman, conservative attire doesn't mean a tailored pantsuit; it means full hijab: a headscarf that conceals her hair and throat, topped by a head-to-foot abaya, a black drapery that's designed to obscure any hint of a womanly shape underneath.
Yes, worse than intern year. Now a basic overview of the gospel. One of the most well known church prophets stated that he would rather see his own child dead in their coffin than married outside the temple. My dear faithful LDS aunt married a good non-member man. You can feel it in your bones. I am a doctors wife. The fact that you bring your query to Joanna Brooks rather than church authorities reveals much. Her experience may or may not be typical, but it is something to consider.