From the Guardian (of Muslims) of course:
Not a word about the ever Â increasing attacks on Jews; this mob is “disturbed by the visible rise of anti-Muslim bigotry resulting in sporadic attacks on Muslims and their places of worship” for which there is little, if any evidence.
“Just a tiny bit of cloth”
Why politicians are so obsessive about a piece of cloth when it affects a tiny minority of women needs to be scrutinised beyond the explanations given (Belgium to introduce first European ban on burqa and niqab,). Is it not ironic for liberal societies to permit women to walk in a miniskirt and bikini top in the name of freedom, but ban the burqa and niqab under the same pretext? This can only indicate the shallowness of such a society.
Dr Samia Husain
There is a way out, Samia. Don’t let the door hit you where the good lord split you!
Indeed: we don’t oppose a “tiny bit of cloth” in the right place. However, face masks that come with Â a cult of misogyny, polygamy, FGM, Jew hatred and assassination of those who ‘blaspheme’ the pedophile mass-murderer Muhammad are OUT. We will keep them out and those who promote this madness. Proudly “shallow!”