I also don't support Hijab if it was forced on women, especially kids!!!You can now see children as young as 4 and 5 years old wearing Hijab!! As I said, I support women's right to choose between wearing and not wearing a Hijab, but most Izlamist don't!
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The first evidence of that spread was the proliferation of Hijab!
Combinations of the Gulf War I (1990), the major earthquake (1992), and the decline of living standards, have created a strong momentum for Egypt's Islmaists -who started returning to Egypt in the 1970s and 1980s after Sadat looked the other way- to spread their message!
From the moment I set foot at the airport, I realized how deep Egypt has changed!
In 2008, it's not only Hijab we're talking about, but rather Niqab!!
Jihad El-Khazin writes in Al-Hayat newspaper that from his observation in Alexandria where he was a guest last month, he thinks 80% of Egyptian women are now veiled!