Yes, you do.
When you're trying to prove something, you need proof. Anyone can make any wild claims they want, but they can't prove their claims without solid evidence. I don't know why you can't grasp this basic concept.
These are not wild claims, these are opinions that are backed up with personal experience and common sense that simply state that all Muslim women do not wear the exact same outfit. There comes a point in the argument where you have to just simply concede that i know more about this than you do.
Let me educate you: Most muslim women who wear religious garb do not buy a "one size fits all" hijab from the hijab store that you apparently believe exists. You also don't seem to understand that there are almost endless variations these garbs; there are hijabs, niqabs, burqas, al-amira hijabs, just to name a few, and they are almost always custom made by or for the women that wear them, thus resulting in the fact that these women create them to fit their level of comfort and how they want to be seen.
I know its crazy to you that women could possibly make their own fashion choices, especially Arabic women, but the idea is not that wild! You see, in Muslim tradition, there is not a gold standard when it comes to these garbs. Sure, there are simple ideas of modesty and respect that these garbs are supposed to represent, but there is not a dictated "rule" as to how they NEED to look. The "modesty" aspect varies from woman to woman, and what each individual is comfortable with, and when they make and design their outfits, they use their own judgement to decide what is appropriate and what is not.
If you actually knew what you were talking about, you would know that to Arabic women, "modesty" isn't simply"hiding boobs with a sheet", it is more of a lifestyle that includes dressing modestly and holding themselves to a high, pure standard (theoretically). You will often see form fitting clothing accompanying these religious garb because, *GASP*, some women like form fitting clothes, and have deemed the fact that their head or arms and legs are covered is quite enough "modesty" for their chosen look.
A lot of the time though, these women are NOT pure, sexless creatures who have no self-identity, no free-will, or no ability to choose what they wear and how they wear it ( strange to imagine, right Herald?). Many Muslim women wear these garbs to respect their families or communities only. As i said before, wearing these things are WHOLLY the woman's choice, and they can choose how far to go with it.
I realize I don't have pictures of these people (why would i?), but I know more about this than you. Consider yourself educated on this topic.
at the end of the day, its quite easy to see why a woman would choose to wear a comfortable, slightly less boxy,easy-to-move-in version of this garb; especially if this Muslim is going as far as breaking tradition enough by wearing a Giant "X" on her clothes to represent her affiliation with another group outside Islam, not to mention breaking this "modesty" lifestyle by flaunting her superpowers to fight people.