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    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    Lol nuisance. Some people.
    I don't know about you but I prefer to see the face of my colleagues...


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    ...it's pretty common knowledge between non Muslims. Sozzles.


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    Oft, I haven't heard of that club! Im not even relgious and i find no problem at all with people covering their head, theyre only covering their hair how on earth is that not acceptable for a work place


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    Final Fantasy started the thread and she is now gone!
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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I don't know about you but I prefer to see the face of my colleagues...


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    You said it looks inappropriate to cover their head, last time i checked, your face is on your face. Not head.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I don't know about you but I prefer to see the face of my colleagues...

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    Hijab doesn't cover the face.
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    (Original post by alana_p)
    Oft, I haven't heard of that club! Im not even relgious and i find no problem at all with people covering their head, theyre only covering their hair how on earth is that not acceptable for a work place


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    ...some of them cover the whole face/body and which was what I was specifically referring to.
    But the hijab is annoying to me also on a personal level.


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    (Original post by alana_p)
    How the f would they walk then ya rocket if they can't see


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    they have like a criss - cross mesh where the eyes are
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    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    Hijab doesn't cover the face.
    Yes it is the lesser of the 3 but still has an unprofessional look about it.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    ...it's pretty common knowledge between non Muslims. Sozzles.


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    Lol that's quite silly.
    If someone turned me down at a job interview because I wore a headscarf, I'd be happy I wouldn't have to work with people who hold those kind of views.

    (Original post by TeeEm)
    For some reason your on line persona feels more male...
    Anyway what Islamic head attire do you wear?
    Most people feel that way and it's because of my username too.
    Just headscarf.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Yes it is the lesser of the 3 but still has an unprofessional look about it.


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    What if someone with cancer wore a head scarf thingy on their head? Is that unprofessional? How on earth is it wrog for someone to cover their hair.




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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Lol that's quite silly.
    If someone turned me down at a job interview because I wore a headscarf, I'd be happy I wouldn't have to work with people who hold those kind of views.


    Most people feel that way and it's because of my username too.
    Just headscarf.


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    Well I'm sure they would be also happy they don't have to work with you.

    Anyways I have nothing against Muslims just the religion.

    Do you agree with my original comment on the thread though? I think it's a pretty valid point.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Yes it is the lesser of the 3 but still has an unprofessional look about it.


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    There is nothing 'unprofessional' about a headscarf. What about doctors who wear the headscarf/nurses?
    Wow such a disgusting mentality you have.
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    (Original post by alana_p)
    You said it looks inappropriate to cover their head, last time i checked, your face is on your face. Not head.


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    Last time I checked people don't keep their hat during interviews.
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    (Original post by alana_p)
    What if someone with cancer wore a head scarf thingy on their head? Is that unprofessional? How on earth is it wrog for someone to cover their hair.




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    My mum had cancer and she wore a wig.... But she had a choice and once the hair grows back it's not a problem so your little comparison is not really appropriate.

    Please read my initial comment on the thread and give me your opinion on that.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Yes it is the lesser of the 3 but still has an unprofessional look about it.


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    I've seen it worn in an office environment and it looks fine, like if they wear a plain one. Would you say/think the same to a Sikh man wearing a turban?
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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Well I'm sure they would be also happy they don't have to work with you.

    Anyways I have nothing against Muslims just the religion.

    Do you agree with my original comment on the thread though? I think it's a pretty valid point.


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    Lol discrimination much.

    You clearly have something against Muslims if you don't like them wearing headscarves at interviews.

    No I didn't really get it.
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    (Original post by Leukocyte)
    There is nothing 'unprofessional' about a headscarf. What about doctors who wear the headscarf/nurses?
    Wow such a disgusting mentality you have.
    I'm sorry but it does look unprofessional.... I didn't create the professional look so don't blame me. As I've said I don't have anything against Muslims so my opinion is simply based on this scenario.


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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Lol discrimination much.

    You clearly have something against Muslims if you don't like them wearing headscarves at interviews.

    No I didn't really get it.
    ....well you should if you have a vagina between your legs as it is a very valid point and one you should be wary of.


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    (Original post by alana_p)
    What if someone with cancer wore a head scarf thingy on their head? Is that unprofessional? How on earth is it wrog for someone to cover their hair.
    People remove their hat when they are working in an office, unless it is part of a uniform. This is basic respectful behaviour.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Yes the less you cover, the more business like you look... :rolleyes:
    if we're talking about headrags it's kind of a specific matter, not a broad one like the principle you're describing. it's a good thing that islam doesn't literally tell women to cover their heads though or else we'd have trouble on our hands, huh?
 
 
 
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