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AirAsia to crew Aceh flights with men only after hijab rule


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Sounds like a nice place to visit...

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In response, the originating countries of flights to Aceh should insist that all airlines treat male and female crew the same. This means deliberately forming an all male crew would be illegal, as would forcing only women to wear a headscarf. If airlines refuse to follow these rules flights to Aceh must be stopped. Leave the people of Aceh to wallow in their narrow-minded, discriminatory backwardness.

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Omg its one world youmust do what I say ,so very one minded people air asia so money hungry stop your flights there,let them live in there smsll minded country,

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Aceh has been on a slippery slope in the last few years. Even before that, when i visited in 2011, my husband and I had been turned away from hotels because we didn't have proof of marriage with us!

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hopefully the passengers don't get too excited about those male stewards... one can almost feel the romance in the air.

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When do they start requesting all female passengers to wear it?

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