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Forced Hijab at Schools

Monday, August 29, 2022

In numerous schools, students are being forced to wear hijab. It is the impact of regional laws and school regulations disregarding religion freedom.

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A student of Banguntapan 1 State High School in Bantul, Yogyakarta, July 31. TEMPO/Shinta Maharani . tempo : 172187259941.

IT has been three weeks since the central government discussed the case of a high school student in Banguntapan, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta, who was forced into wearing hijab (headscarf) by her teachers. During the virtual meeting on August 18, the Independent National Bureaucratic Reform Team invited government officials from the ministry of religion, the ministry of education, culture, research, and technology, and the ministry of home aff


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