Lets revisit “Banning the Burqa”, screened on SBS, Tuesday Â the 21st of September
How can banning the burqa be such an affront to Islam if it isn’t required by the religion? How long can Muslims have it both ways?
No Straight Answers on the Burqa? (Andrew Bolt)
Sheikh Shady al-Suleiman said Muslims loved Australia but rejected interference in the practice of their religion. ‘’Keep away from our affairs,’’ he said.
When your religion is in the main street, strolling about in Mohammed’sÂ Snuggie and viewing the world through a mail slot, it’s not justÂ your affair, mate. More from Ardati:
‘’We dress like this because it is the command of Allah, not any man.’’
There you go: Â Allah commands, the believers have no choice. But at the same time they tell us ‘its their choice’ and we cannot tell people what to wear. Confusing indeed, especially for Australians who are unfamiliar with Allah’s duplicitous ways, because Allah is the best of schemers, (Koran 3:54)
To clear things up, I did check my Koran (King Fahd Academie translation) which is the most precise. Here’s what it says:
Sura 33, Al-azab, 59:
O prophet! Tell your wives (sic) and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks (veils)all over their bodies (i.e. screen themselves completely except the eyes or one eye to see the way) that will be better……
So then: the only question that remains is why the lies and why the denials?
The answer should be easy: Western useful idiots are demanding that we respect ‘their right’ Â to wear what they want. Indeed, what could be worse than Westerners telling Muslim women what to wear?
However, where the soldiers of Allah Â have the upper hand, Muslim women have to chose between the freedom sack or else:
Chechnya forcing women to wear Islamic dress
It’s bitterly ironic how often we’re told that Muslim women in the West wear Islamic dress freely and proudly. Yet Islamic spokesmen in the West never seem to get around to addressing this kind of coercion.