Taslima Nasreen, daughter of AR Rahman fights for burka
Author Taslima Nasreen and composer AR Rahman Her daughter, participated in an abrupt exchange in social networks after the writer commented that the latter chose to use a.
On February 11, Nasreen shared a photo of Khatija with a black veil and wrote around 11 a.m., I love it To R Rahman Music. But every time I see your dear daughter, I feel suffocated. It is really depressing to know that even educated women in a cultural family can wash their brain very easily! ”The tweet was shared more than 1700 times and received almost 6,000 likes.
Khatija, who is not on Twitter, turned to Instagram, where he has more than 33,000 followers, to respond to Nasreen on February 14. He shared a screenshot of Nasreen's tweet and wrote: “A lot of things are happening in the country and all people are worried about the outfit a woman wants to wear.
She also addressed the exiled author directly towards the end of her post, writing, “Dear Taslima Nasreen, I'm sorry you feel suffocated by my attire. Please get some fresh air, cause I don’t get suffocated rather I am proud and empowered for what I stand for. I suggest you google up what true feminism means because it isn’t bashing other women down nor bringing their fathers into the issue. ”
I also don't remember sending you my photos for you to examine, Khatija added. He also shared several stories on his Instagram profile about Nasreen's tweet and his own response. Several of them revolve around freedom of choice.
Nasreen didn't mention Khatija again in his tweets, but he dug it indirectly. “The burqawalis have power. War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength, he wrote.