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Under Iran's legal code, women are required to wear a headscarf and long clothes that cover their arms and legs.
The human rights council also rejected a claim stated by the national police that the headscarf could pose a danger to Izat's personal safety.
The city of Long Beach, California, will pay $85,000 to settle a 2016 lawsuit filed by a Muslim woman after an officer forcibly removed her hijab, or headscarf, when she was in police custody.
Evidently, her proposal was approved, and users can soon access the headscarf emoji, along with others, later this year.
The buyer was advertising executive Trevor Beattie who tweeted: "I just bought Hilda Ogden's headscarf, pinny and rollers.
I consider the headscarf a symbol of a woman's submission.
For a long time, the Turkish military saw the headscarf as a threat to secularism.
When 17-year-old Samantha Elauf arrived for her job interview at Abercrombie, she did not explain that she was wearing a headscarf in keeping with her Muslim religion.
Dr Manzoor Latoo, Associate Professor, ENT, GMC, said: "Most of the women patients observed in the review were found to be holding their headscarf pin between their lips while wearing the headscarf and while doing so they had either laughed, talked or coughed that had led to the pin aspiration accident.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito channeled his inner stand-up comic Wednesday in indicating that he and most of the court would side with a Muslim woman who showed up for a job interview with Abercrombie & Fitch wearing a black headscarf.
THE Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust (LCYCT) is asking volunteers to wear a headscarf for a day to raise awareness of hair loss caused by chemotherapy.
The measure hailed by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose wife wears a headscarf, as a "step toward normalisation" came into effect after it was published in the Official Gazette.