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A Visit to Islamic England, by Andy Ngo (WSJ)

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Aug. 29, 2018

Muslims headed to Friday prayer while non-Muslims went the other way. No one made eye contact.

Other tourists may remember London for its spectacular sights and history, but I remember it for Islam. When I was visiting the U.K. as a teenager in 2006, I got lost in an East London market. There I saw a group of women wearing head-to-toe black cloaks. I froze, confused and intimidated by the faceless figures. It was my first encounter with the niqab, which covers everything but a woman’s eyes.

This summer, I found myself heading back to the U.K. as it was plunging into a debate over Islamic dress.

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