‘Frankly Speaking’, this one is beyond my understanding…

‘It is unlawful for Muslim women to do job in government or private institutions where men and women work together and women have to talk with men frankly and without veil.’

Like all other diktats, this one too is vague and open to interpretations. But the result is going to be the same.

Closed minds, closed eyes, closed ears and closed hearts.

Questions

What about Muslim men who work and talk frankly with (non Muslim) women at work?

Shouldn’t we ask ALL women to be veiled?

Who cares if someone finds it as obtrusion to his/her freedom.

Who cares.

I hate it when religion is yet another reason to push a woman down.

I do not understand ‘because they are men, and men are different’ explanations.

I do not agree to ‘We wouldn’t change our beliefs’.

I am open to change.

And yet.

Do not force your beliefs on me.

A woman should be able to wear a veil if she wishes too.

And not forced if she doesn’t.

2 thoughts on “‘Frankly Speaking’, this one is beyond my understanding…

  1. Mix of hypocrisy and misinterpretation of the things !

    Going out, doing a job, talking to others at a workplace etc etc are basic rights of a human being. It has nothing to do with being a man or a woman. I don’t think creating hindrance in all this helps in any betterment in any manner.

    Its rather sad and unfortunate.

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