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Zakaz noszenia nikabów w tunezyjskich urzędach (8)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 17, 2013 Tunisian students walk at the Manouba Faculty of Arts, Letters, and Humanities outside Tunis. - Prime Minister Youssef Chahed decided on July 5, 2019 to ban the niqab Muslim face covering for women in Tunisian government offices "for security reasons", his office said. It said Chahed signed a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered... for security reasons". (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 17, 2013 Tunisian students walk at the Manouba Faculty of Arts, Letters, and Humanities outside Tunis. - Prime Minister Youssef Chahed decided on July 5, 2019 to ban the niqab Muslim face covering for women in Tunisian government offices "for security reasons", his office said. It said Chahed signed a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered... for security reasons". (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 15, 2012, a Tunisian woman, wearing a niqab, walks in front of police officers after Friday prayers, on June 15, 2012 in Tunis. - Prime Minister Youssef Chahed decided on July 5, 2019 to ban the niqab Muslim face covering for women in Tunisian government offices "for security reasons", his office said. It said Chahed signed a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered... for security reasons". (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP)
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(FILES) A file photo taken on March 9, 2012 shows Tunisian salafist (fundamentalist Muslim) women wearing niqab, among several hundred people often close to Islamist party Ennahda, demonstrating in front of the national television headquarters in Tunis. - Prime Minister Youssef Chahed decided on July 5, 2019 to ban the niqab Muslim face covering for women in Tunisian government offices "for security reasons", his office said. It said Chahed signed a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered... for security reasons". (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP)
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A Tunisian student wearing a niqab speeks on the phone at the Manuba university on March 7, 2012 in Tunis. Four students wearing the niqab head veil started a hunger strike on January 17, after the end of a similar hunger strike at the university which ended on January 5. Habib Kazdaghli, the Dean of the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities at the University of Manuba, told an AFP journalist he would call for the dispersal of the group of Salafist students who have gathered and been involved in activities to disrupt classes and exams, their actions having caused a delay in examinations. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID
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A Tunisian student wearing a niqab speeks on the phone at the Manuba university on March 7, 2012 in Tunis. Four students wearing the niqab head veil started a hunger strike on January 17, after the end of a similar hunger strike at the university which ended on January 5. Habib Kazdaghli, the Dean of the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities at the University of Manuba, told an AFP journalist he would call for the dispersal of the group of Salafist students who have gathered and been involved in activities to disrupt classes and exams, their actions having caused a delay in examinations. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 24, 2012 Tunisian students prepare to show identification before entering the University of Manouba's arts faculty outside Tunis. - Prime Minister Youssef Chahed decided on July 5, 2019 to ban the niqab Muslim face covering for women in Tunisian government offices "for security reasons", his office said. It said Chahed signed a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered... for security reasons". (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 18, 2012 a student of the Faculty of Arts and letters in Manuba, wearing a niqab, gestures in Tunis. - Prime Minister Youssef Chahed decided on July 5, 2019 to ban the niqab Muslim face covering for women in Tunisian government offices "for security reasons", his office said. It said Chahed signed a government circular "banning access to public administrations and institutions to anyone with their face covered... for security reasons". (Photo by Fethi Belaid / AFP)
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