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Kabyle dress day vs international day of hijab

Kabyle dress day vs hijab day

Kabyle dress day vs hijab day

Two different worlds. The hijab day is arranged once a year, encouraged by different European universities in the name of openness for a multicultural world. Hijab is the symbol of submission of women to mens will, and to always stay invisible. Hijab is the symbol of the opposite of equality. So why do the democratic countries who has achieved equality between women and men support this kind of arrangements?

At the same time Kabylian women around the world (Kabylia, Paris, Montreal, New York, San Fransico, Manilla, Seoul etc.)  celebrate their freedom by arranging their Kabylian Dress day. Their beautiful and colourful dresses decorated with silver. They dance and sing to celebrate their independence and equality between women and men in the kabyle society. Happy and proud for their lives and what they have achieved. A massage of life so completely opposite from the deadly messages on the muslim hidjab day.

So why this extremely silence from the European countries? Why does the western world refuse to see these Kabylian women? Why is it so much focus on the hidjab day? Is the extreme focus on everything the muslim activists do that is reported through all the European media, included they who claim that they are resistant to islamisation  in reality a support act to Islam?

Kabyle dress day vs hijab day

Kabyle dress day vs hijab day

Kabyle dress day vs international day of hijab

Kabyle dress day vs international day of hijab

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Kabyle dress day vs international day of hijab1

A Korean woman in traditional costume festival in Seoul with the Kabyle dress

A Korean woman in traditional costume festival in Seoul with the Kabyle dress

 

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This entry was posted on 17/05/2016 by in Islam, Kultur, Ytringsfrihet and tagged , .
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