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Muslim women are legally required to wear hijab in public in Saudi Arabia there have been complaints of restriction or discrimination against women who wear the hijab.

The issue has different names in different countries, and "the veil" or "hijab" may be used as general terms for the debate, representing more than just the veil itself, or the concept of modesty embodied in hijab.

The word hijab refers to both the head-covering traditionally worn by some Muslim women and modest Islamic styles of dress in general.

The garment has different legal and cultural status in various countries.

In a later FT-Harris poll conducted in 2010 after the French ban on face-covering went into effect, an overwhelming majority in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK supported passing such bans in their own countries.

The headscarf is perceived to be a symbol of the clash of civilizations by many.

In the mid-20th century many women in urban areas did not wear head covering, but this ended with the outbreak of civil war in the 1990s.

The burqa became a symbol of the conservative and totalitarian Taliban rule, who strictly enforced female adults to wear the dress.

This argument has featured prominently in judgments in Britain and the Netherlands, after students or teachers were banned from wearing face-covering clothing.