New Poll: Do you believe burka, hijab, niqab, jilbab is about choice?

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New Poll:

Do you believe the burka, hijab, niqab, jilbab is about choice?

Here’s one women who thinks it is:

Taking away a woman’s choice would be wrong

“Ban on burqas would show support for women’s rights” was the headline on Andrew Oldenquist’s Forum column of July 23.

This hits me personally, because I have been wearing a burqa for 20 years by my own choice. I covered my face for 17 years and do not mind wearing a face veil again. It’s a personal and religious obligation that is very dear to me and is protected by the Constitution. I am proud to say that America never puts me down because of my burqa. 

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4 thoughts on “New Poll: Do you believe burka, hijab, niqab, jilbab is about choice?”

  1. “This hits me personally, because I have been wearing a burqa for 20 years by my own choice. I covered my face for 17 years and do not mind wearing a face veil again. It’s a personal and religious obligation that is very dear to me and is protected by the Constitution. ”

    Then you need treatment !

  2. T he reason for burquas is the fact that they are fkn ugly slags, and it covers all the scauldings they get off their lovely pedophile husbands.
    Some of these women do marry when they are much older, you know, like 5 or 6. filthy bastard pigs!!

  3. Read and weep !

    “POLICE in Sheffield swapped places with Muslim women – by dressing head to toe in full religious dress and walking round the city centre.
    As part of an exercise called ‘In Your Shoes Day’, two South Yorkshire police officers and a police community support officer took to the streets wearing jilbabs and niqabs – Islamic outfits which leave just the face exposed. They were accompanied by four muslim women, to learn about the faith and understand their issues.
    In return, the Muslim women had a tour of the custody suite, the CCTV office and were shown the day-to-day duties of a South Yorkshire police officer.

    The three officers who took part in the experience were all born in Sheffield, while only two of the Muslim women were born in Sheffield.

    The other two had come to the UK and settled in the city.

    Sgt Deb Leonard, who participated in ‘In Your Shoes Day’, said: “I have gained an appreciation and understanding of what Muslim females experience when they walk out in public in clothing appropriate to their beliefs.”

    South Yorkshire Police said the event was the first in a series of activities planned to “celebrate diversity and encourage integration of different communities.”

  4. I think if I were an ugly woman or a guy who wanted to dress in Muslim drag I would wish to wear the burqa or the niqab.
    Otherwise, no…I think it is a great putdown on women.
    The whole reason for wearing the bedsheets is to cover their bodies so muslim men don’t get turned on by viewing a piece womanly flesh and get the urge to rape them. If the woman is raped then they suffer the indignities and wrath of the clerics who scold them for allowing themselves to be raped by not dressing in proper Muslim garb.
    That is not freedom. It is oppression and any muslim woman who speaks otherwise has been brainwashed or is using taqiyya to hide the truth. “No dishonor attaches to such primary transactions as selling short weight, deceiving anyone about quality, quantity or kind of goods, cheating at gambling, and bearing false witness. The doer of these things is merely quicker off the mark than the next fellow; owing him nothing, he is not to be blamed for taking what he can.” [David Pryce-Jones, “The Closed Circle”, p38]

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