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ISTANBUL, TURKEY - APRIL 21: (TURKEY OUT) Tugba Gul Bagatir, a young Muslim women (left), meets up with her friends to walk and shop on the main street of Istanbul modern city center on April 21, 2008 in Istanbul, Turkey. The word 'Tesettur,' in Turkish means being covered or veiled, but this does not mean Turkish Muslim women doesn't like to be stylish and beautiful. As a secular state, even religious women in Turkey are aware of the modern world and some like to turn Tesettur tradition of covering up to a fashion, social and political statement by dressing up and making up their face. They like shopping, going out and be seen in galas and cocktails, like every other women (Photo by Yoray Liberman/Getty Images)

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - APRIL 21: (TURKEY OUT) Tugba Gul Bagatir, a young Muslim women (left), meets up with her friends to walk and shop on the main street of Istanbul modern city center on April 21, 2008 in Istanbul, Turkey. The word 'Tesettur,' in Turkish means being covered or veiled, but this does not mean Turkish Muslim women doesn't like to be stylish and beautiful. As a secular state, even religious women in Turkey are aware of the modern world and some like to turn Tesettur tradition of covering up to a fashion, social and political statement by dressing up and making up their face. They like shopping, going out and be seen in galas and cocktails, like every other women (Photo by Yoray Liberman/Getty Images)