Denmark: First veiled judge (to be)


Sabba Mirza (25) studies law and works as an apprentice for the Danish Court Administration. In a couple of years she’ll look for her first job as a deputy judge, which is a judge in training.

From Islam in Europe

She has just one goal – to be a judge, and only with a headscarf.

Mirza says that her headscarf is part of her chosen lifestyle, and that it’s more important than her career. If she can’t get a job in Denmark, she’ll move to a country where people are more informed and can overlook the headscarf.

She says that if her daughter would choose to go with a headscarf and that would mean that her job opportunities would be limited, it would be natural to move to another country.

* Good riddance, Mirza!

*  Hijab is rarely a ‘chosen lifestyle,’ because those who don’t wear hijab are beaten and sometimes killed, as we can see here…

* But how will Mirza try a Muslim rapist who believes raping infidel women are war booty?

* How will Mirza try a jihadist who believes killing infidels is a religious duty according to Koran, sira & hadith?



5 thoughts on “Denmark: First veiled judge (to be)”

  1. Seriously, how do you moonbats know whether she would have been a civil judge or not. Come on, keep an open mind…

  2. Come back when Christian and Jewish judges sit on the bench in Islamic countries, will ya?

    Until then, tell the Sowdi’s about your ‘open mind’….

  3. “If she can’t get a job in Denmark, she’ll move to a country where people … can overlook the headscarf.”

    == == == == == ==

    Saudi Arabia, here she comes! (One can hope.)

    PS- Judges are supposed to be impartial. A Christian or Jew being tried in a courtroom where the judge wears PROOF of an Islamic mind-set would have NO reason –none whatever– to believe that justice would be impartially applied by that judge.

    A judge who feels that Sharia is the highest and best law (specifically, anyone reared under and affirming Islam) has no business sitting in judgment and applying “man-made” law under the authority of a secular state.

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