EgyptAir to let hostesses wear hijabs
Published: 13.11.12, 13:33
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1. As a tourist went many times to egypt, I ll never come back!
EU   (11.13.12)
2. Hijab, Niqab........
Haider ,   Gothenburg, Sweden   (11.13.12)
I donĀ“t recognize this new Islam. When will this nightmare end?
3. Anything for a buck
BEN JABO (MACHAL) ,   ISRAEL   (11.13.12)
These dummies, look like Mummies, how about a ski mask to cover their faces
4. Nutcase imams in egypt now want to destroy the sphynx and
Bunnie Meyer ,   Los Angeles, CA USA   (11.13.12)
the pyramids as "idols" just like the taliban did to the huge Buddhist sculptures in afghanistan. When mubarak was in office the average wage was $2 a day, now it has to be much less with far fewer tourists and if they succeed in destroying the pyramids there will be no tourists at all. These people deserve what they get, they voted for it just like the people who voted for obama.
5. who cares!!
yosef ,   williamsburg US   (11.13.12)
6. "Allow" or "Require"
Larry ,   Los Angeles   (11.13.12)
To wear or not to be forced to wear, that is the question.
7. One does not need a crystal ball
Beauchard ,   Amsterdam   (11.14.12)
It always starts with "allow". Then there will be pressure exerted on the women who do not wear it. Eventually all will be wearing the headscarves "voluntarily'. Then the women will "ask" the government to make it compulsory. As the government is "democratic", it will accede to this request.
8. I can see their futures
BEN JABO (MACHAL) ,   ISRAEL   (11.14.12)
BURKHAS with religious police folowing them to make certain that they wear them
9. Hijab instead of a slip?
Rolf Raess ,   Switzerland   (11.16.12)
Why not, it makes a flight in Egyptair more lustful and less boring.
10. Now that Morsi is out....
Nick Z ,   New York, NY USA   (09.25.13)
is this rule still in effect or did al-Sisi hopefully reverse it?
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