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Bar Refali's burka advertisement, which ran October, 2018
Bar Refaeli appears burka-clad in new advertisements

The supermodel is launching a campaign for fashion brand Hoodies: 'Freedom is Basic.'

29/10/2018
Denmark set to become next European country to ban burqas

Full and partial face veils such as burqas and niqabs divide opinion across Europe.

By REUTERS
06/10/2017
Burka ban goes into effect in Austria

"Acceptance and respect of Austrian values are basic conditions for successful cohabitation between the majority Austrian population and people from third countries living in Austria."

By REUTERS , JPOST.COM STAFF
02/10/2017
Rabbi holds boy for circumcision
The circumcision dilemma

There is a new awareness of the ideals that underlie Europe’s libertarian societies and the need to defend them.

By MARC NEUGROESCHEL
04/07/2012
Cartoon
Purim party, Tel Aviv style

God only knows what connection zombies have with the Jewish people’s vindication back in Persia.

By DEBORAH S. DANAN
15/03/2012
Fatima Elatik
'Dutch burka ban would only affect 100 women'

"Banning veil might make it more popular,” says Elatik, an Amsterdam-born practicing Muslim of Moroccan descent.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ , JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
31/01/2012
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French court hands down first 'burka ban' fines

Two Muslim women fined for wearing veils in public, pledge to appeal ruling; violators of law liable to fine of up to 150 euros, citizenship lessons.

By REUTERS
22/09/2011
A woman in a burka
Veiled woman held as France enforces ban

Mother of four detained in Paris for wearing full Muslim face veil after a ban goes into effect.

By REUTERS
12/04/2011
A woman in a burka
France: 2 women arrested protesting new burka ban law

Women wearing the Muslim nikab or full face veil will be fined 150 euro; law is first of its kind in Europe.

By REUTERS
11/04/2011
A 31-year-old French veiled woman.
Terra Incognita: Pre-Islamic but retained by Islam

From face veiling to female circumcision, many practices are said to have nothing to do with religion, but why, after 1,300 years, are they still practiced?

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