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IV. What Western values are protected? A. The Western values also demonstrate the second device in the rhetorical discourse of prohibition that requires protection from the infiltration of the Islamic tradition characterized with women’s dressing B. Such concepts including culture, values, and civilization should firstly be problematized. All these outlined notions do not have a clear, distinct and non-controversial meaning ( Wodak, 233) . C. Therefore the authenticity of a rhetoric culture is more of a political doctrine of implying the requirement of protecting it from the outside influence, establishing an illusion of static and coherent tradition D. This means that there is nothing naturally existing in the way in which Islam is particularly viewed in the current Western world. According to Abu-Lughod (601) rather than being an objective description, it is a question of power E. Abu-Lughod (621) observes that the challenge of Islamic headscarves in Western Europe is currently and solely political due to the nature of the concepts of values, culture, and civilization F. More questions emerge when going deeper into the validation of the restriction of women’s dress. In a more obvious form, the question of whether the veils and
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Surname 4 headscarves of Islamic women are in contrast with the secularism principle is largely dependent on the secularism definition that one utilizes ( Perry, 77) . V. Conclusion A. As can be observed from the above review, the fear of Islam by the Westerners is mostly on the basis of images and symbols that have little to do with what is going on in real life. Nevertheless, such images have deepened roots, reaching into the immigration patterns, cultural history, and colonial policies. B. The current bans taking place in the contemporary western world and the regulation of almost everything being perceived as Islamic reflects the false images that have been embedded in the religion and the individuals associated with it. One of those symbols
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