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According to Tāriq Mousa, recently veiled actresses are no longer able to keep their place among the first tier of Egyptian leading ladies. Due to the conditions they impose with respect to the roles they play, Mousa says, veiled actresses have no option but to take low-key supporting...
Karam Jābir writes about the future of the hijāb in Egypt. He argues that genuine faith rests in the mind and conscience and is not a piece of cloth that covers a woman’s hair.
The review focuses on the spread of the hijāb in Egyptian society, amidst questions of whether a hijāb- wearing woman is really more devout than a non-hijāb wearing woman.


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