Male pelves are traditionally worn by Muslim women, but in modern times the male pelvises are being replaced by the hijab.
In some countries, such as Egypt, it is considered obligatory to wear the hijab, but it is often not worn by Muslims.
In Israel, it’s considered a private matter, but there are also several Islamic websites that allow women to wear hijab.
A petition on the Israeli government’s petition website states: “We all have the right to wear a head covering in public.
In fact, we have the duty to cover ourselves, not just for modesty’s sake, but also because it’s important to us.
We can’t wear the head covering to protect ourselves from our eyes.”
However, the petition goes on to say that this is not an absolute right, as the head coverings of the “other” religions may be different.
“We have the same rights as everyone else, but we have a different obligation,” the petition states.
It goes on: “There are some who are claiming that wearing a head cover is a religious obligation, but I think this is wrong and wrong-headed.
If we were to accept this position, we would have to accept that men can wear the face coverings, and women can wear a hijab.”
According to the petition, this is an obligation that men are obliged to follow, even if the headcoverings are different.
In Egypt, there are laws that prohibit women from wearing the hijab and it is also considered obligatory for men to wear it.
The head covering is a traditional Islamic garment worn by women, which covers the entire head from the eyebrows to the ears.
In modern times, however, many Muslim women in Egypt do not wear hijab, as many believe that the headscarf is an Islamic violation, and this has led to several protests in the country.
It is also not uncommon to see men wearing the head covers of different religions in public, including in schools.
According to The Jerusalem Times, a recent survey showed that only 5% of Egyptians would wear the traditional head coverages of the hijab in public while the rest of the population would wear them.
The article states that while Muslim women should wear the “right” head coveralls, there is still room for women to choose what they want to wear, such in case of a personal decision.
“There is no obligation to cover your face in public unless you have to,” one of the petition’s signatories, an Egyptian woman, told the newspaper.
“I don’t feel that wearing the face covering of the other religion is a personal obligation.
What I do want is to cover myself with the right clothing.”
The petition continues: “The head cover of Islam is not the only way to cover yourself, but a choice.
It’s not the right thing to do, but one of our choices.
If you’re in a country where it’s not allowed, you can choose whether you want to cover or not.
There is nothing wrong with covering your face if you have a choice.”
Another signatory, a Tunisian woman, said: “I do not want to be an accessory to Islam’s rules.”
“I have to say, I think it’s wrong to cover my face because I don’t want to offend anyone, but if I do, I would rather not be an Arab Muslim woman, so it’s a good thing to choose the right choice,” she added.
“And if you’re a Muslim woman who’s wearing the traditional hijab, I can say that you can do whatever you want.”
The head cover, however has been on the rise in recent years, especially in the Middle East.
A recent report from the Pew Research Center found that the number of women in the world who wear the full-face veil has increased from 30 percent to 35 percent.
The number of people worldwide who wear hijab increased from 22 percent to 36 percent over the same period.