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Citizen Khan star: Muslim girls SHOULD show faces at collegeBirmingham actor Adil Ray joins veil row, saying identifying students at city college is ‘common sense’09:16, 29 SEP 2013Women wearing the niqab and (right) Adil Ray Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBirmingham actor Adil Ray, who plays Citizen Khan in the BBC’s Asian community sitcom, last night weighed into the controversy surrounding a city college’s failed attempt to ban face veils and said girls SHOULD show their faces.The 39 year old star said that although Birmingham Metropolitan College’s ban had been overturned, it was only “common sense” that anyone entering school premises should be easily identifiable.Ray, whose series returns on Friday despite criticism for its portrayal of Asians, said: “Everyone is getting the issue wrong. It is very clear to me that this is about ID, not religion.”It’s about being open with your ID. Airports have to be open about our ID.

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