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By Associated Press
The students began protesting outside the school gate and sat huddled in a group, reading their lessons. The school staff, which said the students were defying uniform rules, remained unmoved.
By Sheikh Saaliq, Associated Press
More women in Iran are pushing back against the dress code, trying to redefine red lines as they test the response of the ruling Shiite Muslim clergy and their security agencies.
By Karin Laub, Mohammad Nasiri, Associated Press
The debate has followed other cultural divides in Iran in recent months, including protests over how the government has handled the sluggish economy.
By Larisa Epatko, Patty Gorena Morales
By PBS NewsHour
By Dayana Morales Gomez
Europe’s highest court ruled Tuesday that companies can ban employees from wearing religious garb, including hijabs, in the workplace. The European Court of Justice said that employers banning the visible display of “any political, philosophical or religious sign does not…
By Alexandra Sarabia
Rana Abdelhamid, a Queens native and Harvard Kennedy School graduate student, started Hijabis of New York, a photo and interview project featuring Muslim women who wear a hijab.
In Iran, the presidential election is turning into a contest with several contenders seeking to unseat the current leader, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports on the political mood of Tehran in the lead-up to Friday's election.
A new 11-part PBS series, "America at a Crossroads," premiered over the weekend. The NewsHour provides an excerpt of an upcoming episode that looks at what life is like for young Muslims in America.
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