MUSLIM WOMEN WEARING MINI SKIRTS INSTEAD OF BURQA LESS LIKELY TO BECOME TERRORISTS, SAYS MUSLIM PRESIDENT OF KYRGYZTAN
Kyrgyz President Says Mini Skirts Make Women Less Likely To Become Terrorists
Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev wants women to wear mini skirts instead of burqas as it makes them less like to become terrorists.
Around 80 percent of people in Kyrgyzstan — a Central Asian republic of around 6 million people — are Muslim and a recent debate has formed on how women dress. Atambayev and his government launched a campaign during the spring to dissuade women from wearing Muslim outfits — such as the hijab, niqab and burqa — when German Chancellor Angela Merkel came on a state visit in mid-July.