A year-old woman has been charged with hate crimes for allegedly ripping a hijab off a year-old foreign exchange student from Saudi Arabia and rubbing it over her naked body at a train station in Portland. A probable cause affidavit filed by the prosecution said Campbell told cops she targeted the Saudi student because she wanted to let the woman know her religion shouldn't define her. Court documents said Campbell approached the student from behind around 7. The student managed to push her away but Campbell then stripped naked except for a leather jacket and started rubbing the hijab against her breasts, between her legs and against her genitals, according to the affidavit. Court documents said Campbell claimed "she was fighting and playing around, that she wanted to be a stripper, that she wanted to show the victim that she did not have to be a Muslim, that people don't have to be black or white, and the she wanted the victim to know that religion doesn't define her. The victim told police she no longer feels safe wearing a hijab in public and now wears a knit cap and a scarf to cover her head, Oregon Live reported. Campbell was indicted by a grand jury on December 18 on two counts of second-degree bias crime, attempted strangulation, harassment and third-degree criminal mischief. Sign in. All Football. Thomas Burrows.
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Corey Flintoff. Farah al-Jaberi holds her protest sign outside the Green Zone checkpoint that leads to Iraq's parliament. Her sign says, "From the American to the [female] Parliament employee — either no clothes, or the American prisons. This is the way Farah al-Jaberi says women are seen by an electronic security scanner at one of the checkpoints entering Baghdad's Green Zone — essentially naked, even when they are fully covered in conservative Muslim attire. A conservatively dressed Iraqi matron holding a provocative sign and a picture of a naked woman stood against the dusty concrete blast wall outside the main checkpoint where Iraqi workers enter and leave Baghdad's Green Zone.
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Modesty , sometimes known as demureness , is a mode of dress and deportment which intends to avoid the encouraging of sexual attraction in others. The word "modesty" comes from the Latin word modestus which means "keeping within measure". In this use, it may be considered inappropriate or immodest to reveal certain parts of the body. In some societies, modesty may involve women covering their bodies completely and not talking to men who are not immediate family members; in others, a fairly revealing but one-piece bathing costume is considered modest when other women wear bikinis. In some countries, exposure of the body in breach of community standards of modesty is also considered to be public indecency, and public nudity is generally illegal in most of the world and regarded as indecent exposure. For example, Stephen Gough a lone man attempting to walk naked from south to north Britain was repeatedly imprisoned. In semi-public contexts standards of modesty vary. Nudity may be acceptable in public single-sex changing rooms at swimming baths , for example, or for mass medical examination of men for military service. In private, standards again depend upon the circumstances.