May 21 2015

Episode 95 – Heinous Dealings with Heina Dadabhoy

We are joined by Heina Dadabhoy of the Heinous Dealings blog and discuss her background with Islam, life as an ex-Muslim, and so much more.

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2 comments

    • mosaab on May 21, 2015 at 11:06 pm
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    because my english is verry badelly …. so i want to put this video of debate betwin muslim woman and woman from other religion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSIjfnpPCsg

    • Hyde_Hill on May 24, 2015 at 5:49 pm
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    This part is often skipped in the headscarf debate and just thought it deserved mention:

    The wearing of the headscarf was also criticized as a means to enforce peer pressure on the girls not wearing it. A relevant issue was that the relevant group being pressured was Muslim girls not wearing the scarf, who could sometimes be endangered inside or outside school unless they submitted to wearing the scarf like their classmates.

    So its not just about those wearing the scarf. Its similar to forced conformity when prayers where lead by teachers and u had to leave if u didn’t want too, but now it was student to student.

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