PAS violating rights with dress code

  • Letters
  • Monday, 12 Jan 2004

THE Terengganu PAS government’s move to restrict non-Muslim women’s freedom to dress as they wish during working hours is simply outrageous.  

Subjecting non-Muslims to Islamic dress code is unacceptable. If a woman chooses to wear what she desires, it is her right and she is not breaking the law. 

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