I hate the hijab.
To me, it represents Takhalof Hadari, Arabic for Cultural Regression.
I was raised in a Levantine setting in the days where respectable and chaste women, both Muslim and Christian worked alongside men without the need to cover up their heads.
We had once freed ourselves from this detestable rag, why do we need to bring it back?
Nevertheless, the first video below, where the Tunisian Ataturk, Habib Bourguiba goes around uncovering the head of a woman and patting her on the cheek does make me uncomfortable. It's invasive, and the woman seems to be acquiescing out of awe rather than conviction.
But Bourguiba did so much to modernize Tunisia and so he and his actions are still a Nuss-Musseebeh, Arabic for half-a-catastrophe, when compared to the alternative in the second video, where Tunisians are screaming Allahu Akbar and "We are all for the Hijab and the Niqab".
In my heart, I firmly believe that political voids in the Arab world will only bring in the Islamic Brotherhood and their ilk.
And that's a full Musseebeh.