Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Telling Women How to Dress

Why are we playing games? Let’s just go straight to burkas and be done with it! From JTA:

A haredi Orthodox school in Brooklyn raised ire online after it issued a strict dress code — for the parents of its students.

The Chabad school Bnos Menachem in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, sent a letter last week to parents inform parents of the code, which bans denim, tight clothes and leggings, and requires nail polish to be in “conservative/soft colors,” wigs to not go past the shoulder blades, skirts to be mid-calf length, and elbows, feet and the neckline to be completely covered.

The letter, posted on CrownHeights.info and on Twitter, does not stipulate any specific dress requirements for men.

“It should not be hard to meet these requirements, as our students need to keep similar rules and it is imperative that the home and the school follow the same standards. By showing our girls how to dress with finesse, they will have good, true hassidische role models,” says the letter, signed by school director Motty Gurary.

“Parents who adhere to these rules will be welcomed in Bnos Menachem School,” the letter later continues. It asks parents to sign a contract agreeing to follow the dress code.

1 comment:

  1. the photo you showed looks from Afghanistan or other places, but not at "Crown Heights, Brooklyn," ?

    However this dress restricted to Wahabi, And Talaban which most of them are recuretd or learned under Wahabi or Maddressah funded by Wahabi>

    The reset of Muslims, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, North Africa, this dress not common or favorite or native.

    Labeling all Muslims as your photo just incorrect and can not be truly correct but there is something in your heart against Islam and Muslims.