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French Veil Ban Is Turning Muslim Women Off, Away

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tired of the polarizing effects of wearing the hijab after a 2004 ban and two more that followed, Muslim women in France are struggling to cope with a scarcity of social acceptance. Among the dozen women interviewed, some are thinking of leaving for good.

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