Monday, 19 November 2012

The A, B, C of modesty.

Campaign organiser Najla Al Mahmoud is quoted as saying 'We noticed a lot of shorts, spaghetti straps, transparent and very tight clothing being worn freely in public places.  We don’t want to interfere with anyone’s religion and force them to wear hijab, we only want modest clothing. It’s a matter of etiquette and class. We want to be able to go to public places without a lot of flesh around us.'

1 comment:

  1. I find it interesting that the call for appropriate clothing only ever involves women.

    I think it's equally inappropriate for men to be walking about malls and dining in restaurants in singlets and football shorts.