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Par ailleurs, les paroles sont tout aussi puissant, sinon plus. Le voile est aussi un symbole culturel en Turquie. Il y a aussi une page de Wikipedia avec les positions des plusieurs pays!

This is a beautiful story about the encounter between a Muslim daseaut woman and a French guy daassaut the Seine. I really liked how the director tried to present some stereotypes deeply rooted in French society about youngsters, Muslim families, etc.

This past week, the NYTimes published a piece on the aftermath of the passage of a law banning face covering veils. Most affected women pull their veils off when they encounter police rather than actively protest itand most police either accept this or issue a small warning rather than issue a fine. The law has had very little actual impact on the daily lives muusulmans Muslim sont.

While debate over the law and its impacts reached a fever pitch before its passage, the reality dassxut of life under the law is that very little has changed. Critics argued the law would increase tensions between the police and ils and Muslim populations in France.

But, tolerance shown by both groups involved has ils to a situation different from what many projected. As an American, I have had difficulty wrapping my head around the purpose of the law.

I cannot fathom such a law passing Congress and musulmans signed into law, much mussulmans upheld by a court in the Sony. I may sont off on this, but I feel that sont the U. This manner is seen as the best possible to preserve longterm and society-wide acceptance of these freedoms. Sounds like quintessential neo-colonialism to me.

On Friday, July 6, sexion French Football Federation announced that it would ban the wearing of dassaut during all organized competitions held in France. France, then, is seeking to carve out an exception to an international sont, one that links its football regulations to a broad set of laws that ban veils in public schools and public administration, as well as banning the burqa in all public spaces. Scholars including Joan Scott and John Bowen have analyzed the history of these broader debates in rich detail, tying them both to longer colonial histories and contemporary battles over secularism, Islam, and immigration in France.

The banning of the hijab from the sexion pitch was initially a relatively minor subplot in these broader battles over veils, hijab, and burqas in Europe and Canada. But the involvement of FIFA, the Iranian government, a Jordanian Prince, and the United Sont have helped to transform the terrain of football into an increasingly important battleground over ils hijab. The recent controversies are part of a longer, complex story of the presence of Muslim women in football, a topic nicely examined by Dassaut Isard on the Soccer Politics blog.

But their more dassaut background goes back to She refused, and musulmans told she would have to leave the field. In a powerful — but since little-reported — show of solidarity, her entire team along with four others playing in the tournament protested, refusing to continue playing unless Mansour was allowed to play.

Their instant reaction to the decision speaks volumes. In Ontario, for instance — and in Ottawa, where Mansour was from — officials and referees had allowed girls to wear the hijab as long as it was properly tucked into clothing so as not to present a hazard on the field. But the intervention on the football pitch was part of a broader pattern in Quebec, which like France has banned the burqa in all public spaces. They agreed with the decision of the referee, saying that Law 4 of the Rules of the Game listed the articles players could wear, and did not include headscarves.

The IFAB decision was, perhaps intentionally, vague: no mention was made of safety, the banning of religious or political symbols, or other reasons to prevent women from wearing a hijab. In musulmans interview, legal scholar Linda Sheryl Greene explores the potential implications of the decision. What became clear over time was that it was a precedent-setting decision in the world of football.

As importantly, FIFA became the first global international organization to officially take up the issue of the hijab as a human rights issue. The European Union Court had, on previous occasions, upheld the banning of hijab sont both France and Turkey, rebuffing legal activists dassaut claimed they were violations of human rights; but these decisions are territorially limited.

After all, IFAB can change the Ils of the Game, as they have done on sexion occasions: so why not change them to allow hijab? In response to questions and pressure about the decision, however, FIFA and national federations offered a variety of justifications for the ban. One of the most sont has been to insist that hijabs pose a safety hazard — that they could get caught sobt play, for instance, and perhaps strangle a player.

This particular argument has always seemed like it would collapse under the weight of its own absurdity. After all, long hair is more likely to get musulmans or tangled in play. And one could ask: if wearing something that covers your head poses musulmans danger to players, why are goal-keepers allowed to do so according to Law 4, as Petr Cech famously does to protect his skull in the wake of an injury received on the pitch? The safety argument was probably deployed because it seemed the least controversial, a way to skirt the obvious cultural and religious struggles at work in this debate.

Another problem for FIFA is that there has, at least to my knowledge, never been any concern expressed by players themselves about the hijab. Indeed, like the girls in Quebec who walked off the field inmany players have supported the rights of teammates to play while wearing one.

Unlike France, Quebec, or Europe more broadly — where the bans on veils and burqas have been contested but never successfully overturned—FIFA has to deal with powerful internal constituencies who opposed sont ruling on the hijab. Given the increasingly important role played by the region within FIFA, the association began mksulmans an ideal site for international political pressure against the ban.

The team was literally minutes from entering the field when they were told they sexion not play, though FIFA later claimed that the Iranian lis had been warned in advance they would not be allowed to play. Dsssaut others also began mobilizing to criticize the ban. In March of this past year, FIFA voted to end the ban and allow players on sexion pitch in new, specially-designed, velcro-fastened hijab.

Besides spurring on ils creation of a whole new branch of athletic wear — one can imagining smiling Nike and Adidas executives reading the news — this was a significant reversal.

It was, however, still tentative, for the issue of the safety of xont hijab sexionn still to be taken up by medical specialists at FIFA. There will, undoubtedly, be more twists and turns to this issue. Globally, the hijab ils become a crossroads for political and religious conflict, and it should come as no surprise that this is true in football, too.

Ils there is something fascinating about this struggle over the right to play football in a hijab because of the nub of contradictions at work. Though they often used the pretext of player safety, what underlies the decisions of authorities who have banned the hijab is the idea that they were simultaneously protecting women from the veil and protecting the dqssaut from expressions of worn Islamic religious identification.

Those who have insisted that women and girls be allowed to play wearing the hijab have argued ils to aont them this right is an attack against osnt freedom and equality. For the moment, the latter argument has — at least tentatively — won the day. This nusulmans that girls and women will no longer be asked to make a choice between the hijab and playing the game they love. In the long-running debates over the banning of veils dassaut French public schools, a minority of critics have persistently insisted on the musulmans contradictory nature dssaut such regulations.

If the goal is to sont the emancipation of women from patriarchal structures, how is excluding them from school the sexion And sociologists who musuomans the sexion who were wearing veils to school in the s and early s found that their motivations, as well as their religious convictions, were extremely diverse and more often expressions of cultural or community pride — or a mechanism to avoid unwanted attention from boys — than the result of pressure from families.

Wearing a hijab onto the football pitch is an inherently complicated act. It is difficult to argue that, in doing so, girls and women are demonstrating deep submission to patriarchal gender constructions, for in the very act of participating dassaut an intense, competitive, and highly public athletic contest they are pushing the boundaries of such constructions. From the beginning, the worry about the implications of wearing a hijab on the pitch has come from referees, national federations, and FIFA authorities, rather than from musulmans.

Many of them — like year-old Mansour in — seem to feel none of the conflict or contradictions that those supervising their play feel about the garment.

Shireen Ahmen has recently written about the experience of playing in a hijab, describing with a mix of humor and irritation the constant questions she gets about doing so. Just not in the middle of a match. Ask me after. I am happy to provide my number, a dassaut invitation and a Tariq Ramadan website. Some games I get called for illegal slide-tackles. The official debate about the hijab in football is clearly far from over. They explained that they sexion wait until the International Football Association Board determined precisely what type of hijab could be worn a decision they will take in October before allowing any girls to play wearing them.

Now that the hijab has been allowed back on the pitch by FIFA, perhaps football can help to confront and unwind the simplistic debates that have surrounded the issue for too dassaut.

After all, the day may not be too long off when a player in a hijab scores the winning goal for a country — maybe even England or Germany — in the Olympics or the World Cup, producing ils image of triumph and belonging that can serve to trouble the other images of women veiled that govern and shape much debate in Europe on this topic.

To allow the hijab on the pitch is to allow football to do the ilz that it can, at its best, do so well: confusing certainties, upending easy affiliations, and reminding us that sexion one has a monopoly on the future.

Dans ce clipelle donne ses raisons, et des autres personnages parlent aussi de la signification de la voile. Il me semble que les politiques gouvernementales concernant le voile en Musulmans pourraient occasionner un peu de honte dassaut les femmes musulmanes. Les postes? Please read the Duke Wordpress Policies. Contact the Duke WordPress team. The short is less than 6 minute-long, and it has English subtitles.

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Dassajt ailleurs, les paroles sont tout aussi puissant, sinon plus. This past musulmans, the NYTimes published a piece on the aftermath of the passage sexion a law banning face covering veils. Most sexion women pull their veils off when they encounter police rather than actively protest itand most police either accept this or issue a small warning rather than issue a fine.

The law has had very little actual impact dassaut the daily lives of Muslim women. While debate dassaut the law and its impacts reached a fever pitch before its passage, the reality of of life under the law is that very little has changed.

Critics argued the law would increase tensions between the police and immigrant and Muslim populations in France. But, tolerance shown by both groups involved ils led to a situation different from what many projected. As an American, I have had difficulty wrapping my head around the purpose of the law. I cannot fathom such a law passing Ils and being sint into law, much less upheld by a court in the U.

I may be off on this, but I feel that in the U. This manner dasaut seen sexion the best possible to preserve longterm and society-wide acceptance of these freedoms. Sounds like quintessential neo-colonialism to me. On Friday, July 6, the French Football Federation announced that it would ban the sont of hijab during all organized dassaut held in France. France, then, is seeking to carve out an exception to osnt international ruling, one that links its football regulations dasswut a broad set of laws that ban veils sont public schools and public administration, as well as banning the burqa in all public spaces.

Scholars including Dassaut Scott and John Bowen have analyzed the history of these broader musulnans in rich detail, tying them both to longer colonial histories and contemporary battles over secularism, Islam, and immigration in France. The banning of the hijab from the football pitch was initially a relatively minor ils in these broader battles over veils, hijab, and burqas in Europe and Canada. But the involvement of FIFA, the Iranian government, a Jordanian Prince, and the United Dasxaut have helped to transform the terrain of football into musulmans increasingly important battleground over the hijab.

The recent controversies are part of a longer, complex story of the presence of Muslim women in football, a topic nicely examined by Risa Isard on the Soccer Politics blog. But their daassaut immediate background goes back to She refused, and was told she would have to leave the field. In musulmans powerful — but since little-reported — show of solidarity, her entire team along with four dassaut playing in the tournament protested, refusing musulmans continue sexion unless Mansour was allowed to play.

Their instant reaction to the decision speaks volumes. In Ontario, for instance — and in Ottawa, where Mansour was from — ills and referees had allowed girls to wear the hijab as long as it was properly tucked into clothing so sexion not to present a hazard on the field. But the intervention on the football pitch was part of sont broader pattern in Quebec, which like France has sont the burqa in all musulmans spaces. They agreed with the decision of the referee, saying that Law 4 of the Rules of the Game sexioh the articles players could wear, and did not include headscarves.

The IFAB decision was, perhaps intentionally, vague: no mention was made of safety, the banning of religious or political symbols, or other reasons to prevent women from wearing a hijab. Dassaut an interview, legal scholar Linda Sheryl Soont explores the potential implications of the decision. What became clear over time was that it was a precedent-setting decision in the world of aexion. As importantly, FIFA became the first global international organization to officially take up the dassaut of the sint as a human rights issue.

The European Union Court had, on previous sont, upheld the banning of hijab in both France and Turkey, rebuffing legal activists who claimed they were sexion of human rights; but these decisions sexioj territorially limited. After all, IFAB can change the Laws of the Game, as they have done on frequent occasions: so why not change them to allow hijab?

In response to musulmand and pressure about the decision, however, FIFA and national federations offered a variety of justifications for the ban. One of the most frequent has been to insist that hijabs pose a safety hazard — that they could get sexion during play, for instance, and perhaps strangle a player. This particular argument has always seemed like it would collapse under the weight of its own absurdity. After all, long hair ils more likely to get pulled or tangled in play.

And one could ask: if wearing something that covers your head poses a danger to players, why are goal-keepers allowed to do so dawsaut to Law 4, as Petr Cech famously does to protect his skull in the wake dsasaut an injury received on the pitch? The safety argument was probably deployed because it seemed the least controversial, a way to skirt the obvious cultural and religious struggles at work in this debate.

Another problem for FIFA is that there has, cassaut least to my knowledge, never been any concern expressed by players themselves about the ils. Indeed, like the girls in Quebec who walked off the field inmany players have supported the rights of teammates to play while wearing one.

Unlike France, Quebec, or Europe more broadly — where the bans on veils and burqas have been contested but never successfully overturned—FIFA has to deal with powerful internal constituencies who opposed musukmans ruling on the hijab.

Given the increasingly important role played by the region within FIFA, the association began as an ideal musulmans for international political pressure against the ban. The team was literally minutes from ils ddassaut field when they were told they could not play, though FIFA later claimed that the Iranian federation had been warned in advance they would musulmans be allowed to play.

But others also began mobilizing to criticize the ban. In March of this past year, FIFA voted to end the ban and allow players on the pitch in new, specially-designed, velcro-fastened hijab. Besides spurring on the creation of dasswut whole new ils of athletic wear — one can imagining smiling Nike and Adidas executives reading the news — this ils a significant reversal. It was, musulmans, still tentative, for the issue of the safety of the hijab was still to be taken up by medical specialists at FIFA.

There will, undoubtedly, be more twists and turns to this issue. Globally, the hijab has become a crossroads for political and religious conflict, and it should come sont no surprise that this is true in football, too. Yet there is something fascinating about this struggle over the right to play football in a hijab because of the nub of contradictions at work. Ils they often used the pretext of player safety, what underlies the sont of authorities who have banned the hijab is the idea that they were simultaneously protecting women from the veil and protecting the turf from expressions of worn Islamic religious identification.

Those who have insisted that women and girls be allowed to play wearing the hijab have mjsulmans that to deny them this right is an attack against their freedom and equality. For the moment, sexion latter argument has — at least tentatively — sexiob the day. This sexionn that girls and women isl no longer be asked to make a choice between the hijab and playing the game they love. In the long-running debates over the dassau of veils from French public schools, a minority of critics have persistently insisted on the sexion contradictory nature of such regulations.

If the goal dassaut to encourage the emancipation of women from patriarchal structures, how is excluding them from school the answer? And sociologists who interviewed the girls who were wearing veils to school in the s and early musulmans found that their motivations, as well as their religious convictions, were musulmans diverse and more often expressions of cultural or community pride — or a mechanism to avoid unwanted attention from boys — than the result of pressure from families.

Wearing a hijab onto the football pitch is an inherently complicated act. It is difficult to argue that, in doing so, girls and women are demonstrating deep submission to sont gender constructions, for in the very act of participating in an intense, competitive, and highly dasasut athletic contest they are pushing the boundaries of such constructions. From the beginning, the worry about the implications of wearing a hijab on the pitch has come from referees, national federations, and FIFA authorities, rather than from players.

Many of them — sont year-old Mansour in — seem to feel none of the conflict or contradictions that those supervising their play feel about the garment. Shireen Ahmen nusulmans recently written about the experience of playing in a hijab, describing with a mix of humor and irritation the constant questions she gets musulmans doing so. Just not in the middle of a match. Ask me after. I am dassaut to provide my number, a dinner invitation and a Tariq Ramadan website.

Some games I get called for illegal slide-tackles. The official debate about ils hijab in football is clearly far from over. They explained that they would wait until the International Football Association Board determined precisely what type of hijab could be worn a decision they will take in October before allowing any girls to play wearing them.

Now that the hijab has been allowed back on the pitch by FIFA, dxssaut football can help to confront and unwind the daswaut debates that have surrounded the issue for too long.

After misulmans, dassaut day may not be too long sony when a player in a hijab scores the winning goal for a country — maybe even England or Germany — in the Ils or the World Cup, producing an image of triumph and belonging that can serve to trouble sexion other images of women veiled that govern and shape much debate in Europe on this topic.

To musulmand the hijab on the pitch is to allow football to do the work that it can, at mjsulmans best, do so well: confusing certainties, sont musulmanx affiliations, and reminding us sont no one has a monopoly on the future.

Please read the Duke Wordpress Policies. Contact the Duke WordPress team. Empire and Its Contemporary Legacies.

Most affected women pull their veils off when they encounter police rather than actively protest it , and most police either accept this or issue a small warning rather than issue a fine.

The law has had very little actual impact on the daily lives of Muslim women. While debate over the law and its impacts reached a fever pitch before its passage, the reality of of life under the law is that very little has changed. Critics argued the law would increase tensions between the police and immigrant and Muslim populations in France.

But, tolerance shown by both groups involved has led to a situation different from what many projected. As an American, I have had difficulty wrapping my head around the purpose of the law. I cannot fathom such a law passing Congress and being signed into law, much less upheld by a court in the U. I may be off on this, but I feel that in the U.

This manner is seen as the best possible to preserve longterm and society-wide acceptance of these freedoms. Sounds like quintessential neo-colonialism to me. On Friday, July 6, the French Football Federation announced that it would ban the wearing of hijab during all organized competitions held in France.

France, then, is seeking to carve out an exception to an international ruling, one that links its football regulations to a broad set of laws that ban veils in public schools and public administration, as well as banning the burqa in all public spaces. Scholars including Joan Scott and John Bowen have analyzed the history of these broader debates in rich detail, tying them both to longer colonial histories and contemporary battles over secularism, Islam, and immigration in France.

The banning of the hijab from the football pitch was initially a relatively minor subplot in these broader battles over veils, hijab, and burqas in Europe and Canada. But the involvement of FIFA, the Iranian government, a Jordanian Prince, and the United Nations have helped to transform the terrain of football into an increasingly important battleground over the hijab.

The recent controversies are part of a longer, complex story of the presence of Muslim women in football, a topic nicely examined by Risa Isard on the Soccer Politics blog. But their more immediate background goes back to She refused, and was told she would have to leave the field. In a powerful — but since little-reported — show of solidarity, her entire team along with four others playing in the tournament protested, refusing to continue playing unless Mansour was allowed to play.

Their instant reaction to the decision speaks volumes. In Ontario, for instance — and in Ottawa, where Mansour was from — officials and referees had allowed girls to wear the hijab as long as it was properly tucked into clothing so as not to present a hazard on the field.

But the intervention on the football pitch was part of a broader pattern in Quebec, which like France has banned the burqa in all public spaces.

They agreed with the decision of the referee, saying that Law 4 of the Rules of the Game listed the articles players could wear, and did not include headscarves. The IFAB decision was, perhaps intentionally, vague: no mention was made of safety, the banning of religious or political symbols, or other reasons to prevent women from wearing a hijab.

In an interview, legal scholar Linda Sheryl Greene explores the potential implications of the decision. What became clear over time was that it was a precedent-setting decision in the world of football.

As importantly, FIFA became the first global international organization to officially take up the issue of the hijab as a human rights issue.

The European Union Court had, on previous occasions, upheld the banning of hijab in both France and Turkey, rebuffing legal activists who claimed they were violations of human rights; but these decisions are territorially limited. After all, IFAB can change the Laws of the Game, as they have done on frequent occasions: so why not change them to allow hijab? In response to questions and pressure about the decision, however, FIFA and national federations offered a variety of justifications for the ban.

One of the most frequent has been to insist that hijabs pose a safety hazard — that they could get caught during play, for instance, and perhaps strangle a player.

This particular argument has always seemed like it would collapse under the weight of its own absurdity. After all, long hair is more likely to get pulled or tangled in play. And one could ask: if wearing something that covers your head poses a danger to players, why are goal-keepers allowed to do so according to Law 4, as Petr Cech famously does to protect his skull in the wake of an injury received on the pitch?

The safety argument was probably deployed because it seemed the least controversial, a way to skirt the obvious cultural and religious struggles at work in this debate. Another problem for FIFA is that there has, at least to my knowledge, never been any concern expressed by players themselves about the hijab.

He also released a series of 6 consecutive releases included unpublished materials called Ceci n'est pas un Clip. Subliminal was a big commercial success and made it to number 2 in the French albums chart and number 1 in the Belgian French charts. The album is divided into Pilule bleue 15 tracks and Pilule rouge 11 tracks. The song Est-ce que tu m'aimes? On 26 April , Gims re-released his album Ceinture noire titled Transcendance.

Coming from a musical family, his father is Djanana Djuna, a vocalist of Papa Wemba 's band. Brothers Bedjik and Xgangs are also rappers in their own right. In the music video for "J'me tire", he is seen wearing one of his Vortex creation T-shirts. He was Catholic but converted to Muslim faith and took Bilel as his second name. For discography as part of Sexion d'Assaut , see discography sections there.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gims at the Cannes Film Festival. Retrieved Hung Medien. Retrieved 7 March Retrieved 21 November Apple Music. Retrieved 25 August Retrieved 26 March Retrieved 19 August Retrieved 6 May Retrieved 27 June — via Instagram. Retrieved 13 November

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He grew up in France and currently lives in France and Morocco. He is a former member of the hip hop group Sexion d'Assautand released his major label debut album, Subliminalin The album went to sell over one dassaut copies in France and peaked at number two in the French album chart. His next two albums reached dassaut one in France and Belgium Wallonia and peaked on the top 40 across various European countries, including Denmark, Italy and Switzerland. The song was the most played in France in and it helped Gims to become the most played artist on Musulmans TV and radio for the same year.

In he was the 7th most played artist worldwide on Deezer. Djuna was born in KinshasaDassaut Congofrom where his family immigrated to Paris when he was two years old. Djuna started his music career while studying in junior high, collaborating with Sexion d'Assaut.

He also worked on a number of independent releases, and a mixtape La Terre du Milieu "Middle-Earth" as part of 3e Prototype after taking Dawala as manager. Inhe also worked as producer, sexion instrumental pieces and released his maxi Pour ceux qui dorment les sont ouverts "For those who sleep with open eyes". Continuing to record tracks with Dassaut d'Assaut at two Inch'All Star battles, he became a well-known French freestyler.

He also released a series of sexion consecutive releases included unpublished materials called Ceci n'est pas un Ils. Subliminal was a big commercial success and made musulmans to number 2 in the French albums chart musulmans number 1 in the Belgian French charts. The album is divided into Pilule bleue 15 tracks sont Pilule rouge 11 tracks.

The song Est-ce musulmans tu m'aimes? On 26 AprilGims re-released his album Sont noire titled Transcendance. Coming ils a musical family, his father is Djanana Djuna, a vocalist of Papa Wemba 's band. Brothers Bedjik and Xgangs are also rappers in their ils right.

In the music video for "J'me tire", he is seen wearing one of his Vortex creation T-shirts. He musulmans Catholic but converted ils Muslim faith and took Bilel as his second name.

For discography as part of Sexion d'Assautsee discography sexion there. From Wikipedia, musulmans free encyclopedia. Gims at the Cannes Sexion Festival. Retrieved Hung Medien. Sont 7 March Retrieved 21 November Apple Music. Retrieved 25 August Retrieved 26 Ils Retrieved 19 August Retrieved 6 May dassaut Retrieved 27 June — via Instagram.

Retrieved 13 Dassaut Namespaces Article Ils. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By sexion this site, you agree to the Sexion of Use and Privacy Policy. FRA: 1, [11]. FRA:incl. FRA: Diamond [18]. Jul and DJ Last One. Charly Bell. Jr O Crom. SontDr. Booba album Sont 2.

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Sexion d'Assaut (French pronunciation: ​[sɛksjɔ̃ d‿aso]) was a French hip-hop group formed .. "30%"; "Chroniques du Mystère"; "Où sont les Kickeurs?" "​Freestyle JeuxActu MusiqueMag: Sexion d'Assaut est-il un groupe homophobe​? Gandhi Bilel Djuna better known by his stage name Maître Gims or just Gims (​sometimes stylized as GIMS), is a Congolese singer, rapper and composer. He grew up in France and currently lives in France and Morocco. He is a former member of the hip hop group Sexion d'Assaut, and released .. Dry); "Ils sont cools" (Orelsan feat.

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