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They were not even allowed to leave their homes unless accompanied by a male member of the family; and when they did go out, they were required to wear an all-covering burqa.
Last month, several women wore their abayas - baggy, all-covering robes mandatory for Saudi females - inside out in protest.
The campaign marks the latest protest against strict dress codes for women in Saudi Arabia, who are required to wear abayas -- loose, all-covering robes -- in public and in most of the country to cover their hair and faces.
Women in Saudi Arabia have for decades been required to wear the abaya -- a loose, all-covering robe -- in public, a dress code strictly enforced by police.
The depth mapping shall be all-covering for the river bottom within the coverage area.
EST -- A relative of the female shooter involved in Wednesday's attack in Southern California said that Tashfeen Malik became more religious about three years ago.AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Hifza Batool, who speaking from Pakistan, told the Associated Press (AP) that Malik, the wife of Syed Rizwan Farook, began wearing the hijab or the all-covering burqa worn by the most conservative Muslim women about three years ago.
Men were required to grow beards and women had to wear the all-covering burka.
Al-Dowsari noted that large numbers of predominantly young Saudi women, decked out in abayas, the all-covering cloak they are obliged to wear, designed in the colours and logo of their preferred team, under which they sport T-shirts with the same colours and matching nail polish, congregate in coffee shops to watch World Cup.
"CHANCE TO REPENT" Giving a hint of their vision of a caliphate, ISIL published sharia rules for the realm they have carved out in northern Iraq, including a ban on drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and an edict on women to wear only all-covering, shapeless clothing.
Doubtlessly, at the modern market the consumer, confused by the all-covering advertising, make his choice from the endless goods mass, being led by the ^invisible hand of monopolies)).
Earlier, the owner of a house used to shoot at the IEC building said that three guards were present at the time it was taken by Taliban militants who had disguised themselves as women in the traditional Islamic, all-covering burqa.
The discussion ranged to abortion, too, and even whether a female worker could be forced to wear an all-covering burka.