Some people simply assert it is a contradiction in terms, yet as Muslim women assert this is their form of self expression; a feminist statement for many. Metropolitan Police figures show that incidents of hate crime against Muslims rose from to in the year to October , and women are key targets because of their identifiable Islamic dress. The war over how we Muslim women look continues within the Muslim world too. Kakar had said: "I am not forced to wear the chaudari [burqa], my husband or the police force does not require it. Shelina Janmohamed reflects on Muslim women's fate during This statement of solidarity with Muslim women to express freely who they are and be seen as human beings, not pieces of clothing went viral. When Nahid Almanea, a Saudi student who wore the hijab and who had come to the UK to study was stabbed to death in a park in Colchester , police reported that one possible motive may have been anti-Muslim hatred. Discrimination and hatred aimed at Muslim women for what they wear continues to be a real phenomenon and its effects can be fatal. The face veil is illegal in Belgium, but it seemed a senior official felt it was perfectly fine to physically assault a Muslim woman.
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