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April 3, 2016 8:26 am

Air France Stewardesses Outraged at New Rules Requiring Headscarves on Flights to Tehran

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A hijab on a Western woman. Air France stewardesses angry at directive to wear Muslim headscarves on flights to Tehran. Photo: Wikipedia.

A hijab on a Western woman. Air France stewardesses angry at directive to wear Muslim headscarves on flights to Tehran. Photo: Wikipedia.

Air France stewardesses have caused an uproar over new uniform rules that will require them to wear headscarves on flights from Paris to Tehran when the airline resumes services there later this month.

Female flight crew members have been told to cover their hair once they disembark for the Iranian capital, the UK Daily Telegraph reported Saturday. Unions are urging the airline that those flights should be made voluntary for women.

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  • Jeff

    “The airline also noted that French law allows the restriction of some freedoms if “justified by the nature of the task to be accomplished.”- this quote from the article shows how far Europeans will bend to accommodate those trying to destroy them. Like cattle walking to their own slaughterhouse.

  • tiki

    Respecting Islam & Muslims but it’s OK for Islam/Muslims to trample on all Western rights once they live among us!

    This appeasing dhimmitude is disgusting!!!!!!!

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