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  • Saudi Girls

    Three girls stand in front of a Victoria's Secret boutique chatting and drink alcohol-free beer. Hanoof Adel, Jumanah Aziz and Amjad Alsihaibani are all in their early 20's and are located in the capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh. "We wear our niqab to protect ourselves against men," they say. The niqab is a cloth that covers the face as a part of sartorial hijab. "We do it for Islam, and actually it's no problem for us."
Saudi Arabia is known as the country where women have very few rights. As an example they are not allowed to drive a car and just recently they have been allowed to talk to other men without their husband's permission. Every person in Saudi Arabia has to follow the religious Sharia law where alcohol is forbidden and you can be sentenced to death for selling drugs.

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