TRAPPES, France (AP) — Karima has a plan. If police stop her for
wearing a veil over her face, she'll remove it — then put it back on
once they're out of sight. If that doesn't work, she'll stay home, or
even leave France.
For Muslim women who cover their faces with veils, it is the moment for
making plans. Starting April 11, a new law banning garments that hide
the face takes effect. Women who disobey it risk a fine, special classes
and a police record.
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