Yasmin Alibhai-Brown describes herself as a “leftie liberal, anti-racist, feminist Muslim” and undoubtedly there will be many fellow Muslims and leftie liberals who take issue with her incisive repudiation of the veil.
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A woman from Utah tried her religious freedom by having her drivers license picture taken on Oct. 29 wearing a colander on her head, representing her belief in the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
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