Can Dundar, who mentioned in the first lines of his analysis, "
‘monotype’ meant "ugly” in my sight. I always adopted ‘plenty types’ ”
phrase, finished his article with " Yes to free outfit, no to
headscarf!”. Expressing that he supported outfit liberty in schools,
Dundar said in his analysis ; "Despite trying to make everybody "feel
equal” by clothing them in monotype, it is better to act them equally
and explain children that it is not important what one wears but the
idea he has.". Mentioning of explaining children the importance of ideas
in spite of dresses, Dundar, caused confusion as he said ‘No’ for scarf
just after those phrases. The relevant part of Dundar’s article: The
approach of "Not enough but yes” in the Islamic press, proves that the
headscarf liberty demand will come after the outfit liberty. After all,
the case isn’t related with free outfit, but with distrust in
government: it is natural to feel concerns such as "Ok, now they will
make them wear headscarf” when proposition of "the monotype obligation
to remove from the schools in accordance with reforms” came from a
government which started his route with the slogan "We will raise a
religious generation”. Struggle of headscarf can be made differently.
But I can’t be for the uniform for fear that they will " make them wear
headscarf”, as well as I can’t stand for pre-university headscarf for
"the obligation of uniform” will be removed. My position is as the title
says: Yes to free outfit in school, no to headscarf!