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  • Joubmah
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
    Recently I've seen some strange muslim woman in hijan but with her mouth covered with some piece of metal. Didn't look well.
    What is it and why you cover your women's mouth with metal like to a horse? I'm not even joking this is seriously weird guys.
    What is the problem with that?
    Is not this freedom like the hijab?

    Or should the woman be such, even we say, she is "civilized, intelligent, ideal" ?


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  • aussieinbg
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

    Give ideas? But it's already here. I didn't see it in the internet but in the street.
    For sure Bedouins out on the street, but not the actual metal mouthpieces and so on.

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  • Hades91
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

    In Polish street. That's why I'm curious.
    I haven't seen a burka since I left Germany.
    It was probably some provocation like the one left obsessed journalist who made his skin black, assaulted random people like an idiot on the street and got finally beaten. Later he complained 'racism' and bullshit, even if everybody knew this is a white guy with some dark makeup. This guy was just a fool.

    no gibs = no shitskins
    there is nothing more to say

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  • jordan_rudess
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

    Oh shit... Poland will be needing a Trump Wall on the border ...

    No I guess these were tourists, they were taking photos in the city centre. It's a big tourist area where I live, more than 10 million visitors per year. But still this linen/ metal mouth coverage looked weird as f***

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  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

    In Polish street. That's why I'm curious.
    Oh shit... Poland will be needing a Trump Wall on the border ...

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  • jordan_rudess
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

    Did you see the woman wearing this contraption in Poland? Or are you visiting a Muslim country such as Germany or France?

    In Polish street. That's why I'm curious.

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  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post

    Yup, the latest bedouin fashion - now in the streets of Europe. Hail to multiculturalism!
    Did you see the woman wearing this contraption in Poland? Or are you visiting a Muslim country such as Germany or France?

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  • jordan_rudess
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    Originally posted by fatbeard View Post
    The batulla (also batoola, batoulah, etc...) is a type of niqaab (modesty face veil) worn by women in some of the Gulf countries. It is typically worn by bedouins and currently it is mostly worn by older women. It is a cultural variant of Niqaab and is worn for the same purposes of modesty. However in the harsh conditions of desert life they have practical application in that it helps keep dust out of your nose and mouth.

    https://www.amazon.com/Batoola-Metal.../dp/B00SC8FJPS
    Yup, the latest bedouin fashion - now in the streets of Europe. Hail to multiculturalism!

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  • fatbeard
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    The batulla (also batoola, batoulah, etc...) is a type of niqaab (modesty face veil) worn by women in some of the Gulf countries. It is typically worn by bedouins and currently it is mostly worn by older women. It is a cultural variant of Niqaab and is worn for the same purposes of modesty. However in the harsh conditions of desert life they have practical application in that it helps keep dust out of your nose and mouth.

    https://www.amazon.com/Batoola-Metal.../dp/B00SC8FJPS

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  • jordan_rudess
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    Originally posted by VaselineBasket View Post
    Wrinkles around the eyes prevent in the hot weather of the Arabian Peninsula.

    This is a heavily starched linen cloth, which is stained with violet or blue color. The metallic luster is achieved by rubbing the fabric with a glass ball, but the Golden gleam is given by the added gold paint.
    It's hard to believe it's not metal but ok, let it be.
    So, if it's not related to islam, then who is wearing this in Russia apart from muslims?

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  • VaselineBasket
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
    Against sun light? why do you need to protect your mouth against the sun light?
    Wrinkles around the eyes prevent in the hot weather of the Arabian Peninsula.

    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
    And fabric is it if it looks like metal?
    This is a heavily starched linen cloth, which is stained with violet or blue color. The metallic luster is achieved by rubbing the fabric with a glass ball, but the Golden gleam is given by the added gold paint.

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  • jordan_rudess
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    Originally posted by VaselineBasket View Post
    We have name for it. It`s "Burga". It is not related with Islam, it is a local decoration with practical application in hot countries as a protection against sun lights. The masks have made of Indian fabrics, not metal.

    Young girls dressed "Burga" on reaching puberty or after getting married (in past).
    Against sun light? why do you need to protect your mouth against the sun light? And fabric is it if it looks like metal?

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  • jordan_rudess
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    Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post

    You shouldn't post images like that, you'll give some of the readership ideas there for making Muslim women more "modest"
    Give ideas? But it's already here. I didn't see it in the internet but in the street.

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  • VaselineBasket
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
    We have name for it. It`s "Burga". It is not related with Islam, it is a local decoration with practical application in hot countries as a protection against sun lights. The masks have made of Indian fabrics, not metal.

    Young girls dressed "Burga" on reaching puberty or after getting married (in past).
    Last edited by VaselineBasket; 07-10-2018, 06:28 PM.

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  • aussieinbg
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
    You shouldn't post images like that, you'll give some of the readership ideas there for making Muslim women more "modest"

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