“France has outraged many Muslims….”

A ‘revert’ twat who caused a riot wearing the forbidden freedom sack arrives at the appeal court with reinforcements wearing the full burqa. Did anyone force them to take it off?

Don’t hold your breath.

Perverse.

That’s from a Daily Mail journo from the land of giggling shopkeepers who pretends not to have an opinion of his own:

Not that Muslims have outraged the French by raping their women, robbing their welfare coffers, burning  their cars and terrorising their country, but the French have outraged the Muslims, by banning the freedom sack. If that’s not dhimmitude, what is?

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Teenager, 18, sentenced for biting officer while being arrested for wearing a niqab appears in French appeal court… in burkha 

  • Louise-Marie Suisse was stopped for wearing a niqab in July 2012
  • She was in breach of a ban introduced last year in France
  • But she bit one of the officers when asked to produce identity papers

A French teenager who was sentenced for biting a police officer while being arrested for wearing a niqab has appeared in court at her appeal hearing with the veil on.

Louise-Marie Suisse was stopped by two police officers near a mosque in the centre of Marseille in late July, for wearing a niqab – full-face veil – in breach of a ban introduced in 2011.

The court heard the 18-year-old refused to cooperate with the police when asked to produce identity papers.

article-2476552-18F8E90D00000578-470_634x512Appeal: Louise-Marie Suisse, a French teenager who was sentenced for biting a police officer while being arrested for wearing a niqab has appeared in court at her appeal hearing with the veil on

She admitted biting one of the officers during an altercation.

The prosecutor had pushed for a six-month suspended sentence but the judge went further.

He gave Suisse a six-month jail sentence to be suspended after four months.

Suisse turned up for the original hearing in 2012 in a full-body black niqab, but with her face uncovered.

France has outraged many Muslims with its law against full veils, which came into force in April 2011 and bans covering a person’s face in public.

Violations are punishable by a fine of up to 150 euros (£128) or mandatory citizenship training.

Police have four hours to consider whether an offender should be fined.

The ban includes all garments which cover the eyes, although scarves, hats, and sunglasses are excluded.

FinedFined: Despite protests, seen here in 2010, under a law which came into force in 2011, women found guilty of wearing niqabs in public can be fined the equivalent of around £130

As well as a mosque, Muslims are able to put on a veil in the privacy of their own homes, a hotel room, or even a car, as long as they are not driving.

Affront

Affront: Nicolas Sarkozy had described Muslim face coverings as an affront to the principles of the French Republic

While French women face the fines and civic duty guidance if they break the law, men who force their wives or daughters to wear burkas face up to a year in prison, and fines of up to £25,000.

In March, a Frenchman who ripped a Muslim woman’s veil off her eyes was given a five-month suspended prison sentence.

The 30-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said he was merely trying to ‘enforce’ his country’s laws when he carried out the attack in the city of Nantes.

He approached the woman in a fairground in September last year and pulled away the veil.

A judgment against him released by the Nantes criminal court said: ‘Ordinary citizens are not entitled to take the law into their own hands.’

The man, who originally gave a false identity to police, said he was a firm believer in the law brought in by government of former President, Nicolas Sarkozy.

But the judge said that he had acted like a ‘vigilante’ and carried out the attack solely because he was prejudiced against the women’s faith.

Sarkozy had described Muslim face coverings as an affront to the principles of the French Republic, saying that they could be used by both shoplifters and terrorists to hide their own identities

Amnesty International is among human rights groups who have condemned the law, saying it breaches the right of freedom of expression.

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One thought on ““France has outraged many Muslims….””

  1. France: Muslima and convert to Islam appears in court wearing niqab while being sentenced for biting officer who arrested her for wearing niqab
    Louise-Marie Suisse, possibly

    The Daily Mail, clueless as ever, doesn’t know a burqa from a niqab. As is clear from the above photo, assuming that it is she, the lovely Louise-Marie Suisse is wearing a niqab, not a burqa.

    She converted to Islam and ended up biting a policeman. Did she somehow overlook the Qur’an’s many exhortations to peace and tolerance? Why, it’s unheard of!

    Open defiance — what will the French do now? Fold, most likely. How dare they try to preserve their own culture, anyway?

    “Teenager, 18, sentenced for biting officer while being arrested for wearing a niqab appears in French appeal court… in burkha,” from the Daily Mail, October 25 (thanks to Benedict):

    A French teenager who was sentenced for biting a police officer while being arrested for wearing a niqab has appeared in court at her appeal hearing with the veil on.
    Louise-Marie Suisse was stopped by two police officers near a mosque in the centre of Marseille in late July, for wearing a niqab – full-face veil – in breach of a ban introduced in 2011.

    The court heard the 18-year-old refused to cooperate with the police when asked to produce identity papers.

    Violations are punishable by a fine of up to 150 euros (£128) or mandatory citizenship training.

    Police have four hours to consider whether an offender should be fined.

    The ban includes all garments which cover the eyes, although scarves, hats, and sunglasses are excluded. As well as a mosque, Muslims are able to put on a veil in the privacy of their own homes, a hotel room, or a car as long as they are not driving.

    She admitted biting one of the officers during an altercation.

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