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I think the burqa and hiding their identity is very strange as I could wear a burqa rob a bank and two blocks down remove it and nobody would ever know its me who robbed the bank/store/person. "Who robbed the bank" i dont know a 6foot sheet did. laugh.gif

now with a face attached to a person at least minimally protects society against crime. (in a security camera or an eye witness description) unsure.gif

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I think the burqa and hiding their identity is very strange as I could wear a burqa rob a bank and two blocks down remove it and nobody would ever know its me who robbed the bank/store/person. "Who robbed the bank" i dont know a 6foot sheet did. laugh.gif

now with a face attached to a person at least minimally protects society against crime. (in a security camera or an eye witness description) unsure.gif

It’s the hoody situation for me in shopping centres shops even on lamp posts there are signs saying remove your hoody.

Buurkha is the same.

If these women want to wear it home there own social functions then no problem, out in the public or where CCTV is then no.

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It’s the hoody situation for me in shopping centres shops even on lamp posts there are signs saying remove your hoody.

Buurkha is the same.

If these women want to wear it home there own social functions then no problem, out in the public or where CCTV is then no.

i see the do gooding left wing extrimsit liberty have go on to it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1297447/Burka-ban-MP-faces-court-threat-human-rights-group.html#comments

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It’s the hoody situation for me in shopping centres shops even on lamp posts there are signs saying remove your hoody.

Buurkha is the same.

If these women want to wear it home there own social functions then no problem, out in the public or where CCTV is then no.

i see the do gooding left wing extrimsit liberty have go on to it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1297447/Burka-ban-MP-faces-court-threat-human-rights-group.html#comments

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France banned all religious symbols in schools, because their target was to curb Muslim 'radicalism' . Keep in mind that there are 5 million Muslims in France, which is the highest in the whole of Europe.

Since 9/11 radical Islam is on the surge everywhere, plus Muslims use the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to justify their 'jihad.' This definitely got them worried. PLus, the Muslim population/immigrants are well known for causing riots/civil unrest in French suburbs & ghettos every year.

But to appear "fair" in the eyes of the rest of the world, they included the ban on religious symbols on ALL other faiths. If they didn't take this step, they would have been accused of outright discrimination/prejudice towards Islam.

Its common sense, just that people didn't ponder on why the French took this step.

Muslims were their target, unfortunately other faiths had to be victimized to serve their greater interest.

Just look at Britain, the muslims dare to propose their Shariah laws & they first arrived in British soil just 80 or so year ago. For a non-muslim to propose such a thing in a Muslim country would be unthinkable!

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