veiling and multiculturalism
Thesis:It will be contended that identity as displayed through veiling is a personal choice; however, this controversial practice is diverse and contested, and is central to Islamic identity. Rejection of this personal choice is a rejection of multiculturalism.
All references to be taken from these sources. In text references also required.
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