“Gumdrop hairstyles are not good for women”: A hijab-clad woman explains her opinion

“I’ve never seen a woman with hair like this,” said one man, sitting on a bench near a market in Jerusalem.

“It makes me feel like I’m on a planet with the female species.”

“I think that’s the problem with hijab: It’s a disguise.

A mask, a cover.”

“Hijab is a mask,” said a woman wearing a full hijab, covering her face and ears.

“When you look into it, you see the face, and you see your hair, but you don’t see your body.

And the mask is the mask, and it’s the disguise.”

A hijab is a veil worn by Muslim women.

It is usually worn around the neck and face, as a way of concealing or hiding body parts.

“I feel like the problem is that the women wear the veil because it makes them feel better.

They feel safe, and they don’t feel bad,” said another man.

“But they also feel uncomfortable.

And they feel they’re not being respected.

I think we need a whole new debate on this.” “

And I think it’s really the problem that we need to fix.

I think we need a whole new debate on this.”

Hijab has been a contentious issue in the Middle East, with some countries and individuals banning the full hijab and others advocating for it.

In the United States, a new bill has been introduced in Congress to ban full hijab or niqab, the face covering worn by some Muslim women in the United Kingdom.

Many in the US and Europe are against the ban.

“If you’re Muslim, and your hair’s not good enough for you, why not take the full veil?” said a hijab-wearing woman in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.

“Because you’re beautiful, you’re a good person.

And you should be able to go to the market and buy some clothes.

One man in the crowd, a hairdresser, explained that he was wearing a veil because he was tired of being harassed by women. “

The problem is the hijab, the veil is not good.”

One man in the crowd, a hairdresser, explained that he was wearing a veil because he was tired of being harassed by women.

“They’re all like, ‘What are you wearing?

Is it a hijab?

Are you wearing a niqabs?’

I don, and then they ask, ‘Why are you not wearing a hijab?’

It’s like, what?

Why don’t you just wear your hijab and just let the other women look at you?

It’s so easy to be like, I’m just wearing a scarf.”

Hadi Shaban, a Palestinian-Israeli filmmaker who is currently working on a film about the Middle Eastern conflict, said that she felt the hijab was a mask.

“This is what I was told when I was little, that it is the veil of a man, that a woman is beautiful, and that it makes her feel better, that she’s safe, she’s smart, and she is beautiful,” she said.

“So, I started thinking about this veil and it made me want to do it.

I wanted to be brave, I wanted a woman in hijab to see what I see.

And so I started to make videos about it.”