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Women's Head Coverings in Different Religions -- Why are Muslim head coverings so easily discussed and debated as symbols of oppression, while Catholic head coverings barely register as worthy of debate? [Follow this link to find a short clip and analysis exploring the contradictions behind the recent burqa ban in France: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/06/niqabitch-shakes-paris.html]:

wolfflux: “ “ religions-of-the-world: “ Women’s head coverings in different religions. ” Yessss ” But everyone only has a problem with the Muslim head covers tho ” The problem is and has.

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Old UK coins one penny, half penny (or ha' pronounced "hey" penny) & three pence (or "thruppenny bit") also sixpence tanner shilling bob 5 shillings crown and half crown

Papyrus 64: "The "Magdalen" papyrus was purchased in Luxor, Egypt in 1901 by Reverend Charles Bousfield Huleatt (1863–1908), who identified the Greek fragments as portions of the Gospel of Matthew (Chapter 26:23 and 31)." 2nd/3rd century

Papyrus "The "Magdalen" papyrus was purchased in Luxor, Egypt in 1901 by Reverend Charles Bousfield Huleatt who identified the Greek fragments as portions of the Gospel of Matthew (Chapter and century