Technician Online reported As participants in "Behind the Veil," 28 non-Muslim female students
Will they also spend a day learning about life as a Christian woman, or a Jewish woman?????"Behind the Veil," an event Sara Yasin, a junior in textile and apparel management, said she thought up last summer, invited students to experience firsthand the life of Muslim women by mirroring their attire for a day, which includes covering their hair and entire bodies minus their faces
Why just the hijab? Why not wear a nijab, and just have a slit for them to see through.and hands. Yasin encouraged participants to abide by Muslim guidelines, such as not eating pork or drinking alcohol when wearing the hijab.
Were they also forced to stay in their homes unless accompanied by a male relative?