Head scarf ban faces first test as French schools reopen

09/2/2004 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Students returning to school in France today face a new law passed last March that banned Islamic head scarves. While many Muslims see the scarves as necessary for female modesty, some French secularists fear the head coverings symbolize a growing militancy among the country's Muslim population.

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