How do Egyptian companies and restaurants refuse to enter veiled women?  BBC News Arabic

How do Egyptian companies and restaurants refuse to enter veiled women? BBC News Arabic

  • Ahmed Al Shami
  • BBC News Arabic

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Amira Saber, a member of the Egyptian parliament, said: “If we continue on this path to distinguish between each other, we will live in closed bubbles in a society where we do not understand each other.”

Since 2015, veiled Egyptian women have taken to social media to complain of discrimination.

Mayar Omar, a 25-year-old director of research who lives in Cairo, says that she encountered recurring problems when she went to some high-end restaurants, where “a person wants to feel himself when he enters a place and no one imposes something on him, or makes you feel that you are the cause of the problem.” To the place or to your girlfriends…and all of this can affect a person without him feeling.”

In social media groups related to the hijabi lifestyle, we have found what appears to be a growing trend, with women accusing many places of refusing entry to them because of their hijab.

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