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Interpretations of Hijab in the Middle East: Policy Discussions and Social Implications toward Women

@inproceedings{Razak2017InterpretationsOH,
  title={Interpretations of Hijab in the Middle East: Policy Discussions and Social Implications toward Women},
  author={Rafidah Abdul Razak and Rohaiza Rokis and Bazlin Darina Ahmad Tajudin},
  year={2017}
}
Discussions on IijEb or veil in the Middle East is highly controversial and debatable even until today. Although the majority of the population in the Middle East countries are comprised of Muslims, yet the policies and laws regarding the wearing of IijEb by women, vary. Except for Iran and Saudi Arabia, other Middle East countries did not set the clear rulings for IijEb, in fact some governments restrict its wearing in certain occupational sectors like what had been practiced in Turkey… 
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