Are Eurabia’s multiculti dhimmi worms beginning to turn?

Newsflash from al-BBC Friday, 17 November 2006, 15:35 GMT:

Netherlands to propose burqa ban

The Dutch cabinet has backed a proposal by the country’s immigration minister to ban Muslim women from wearing the burqa in public places.
The burqa, a full body covering that also obscures the face, would be banned by law in the street, and in trains, schools, buses and the law courts.

The cabinet said burqas disturb public order, citizens and safety.

Immigration minister Rita Verdonk is known for her tough policies, and has clashed with past coalition partners.”

Hallelujah! At last one European Government is displaying the faintest smidgen of a backbone! Let us pray that this will not be an isolated incident, but the beginning of a trend.

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4 Comments on “Are Eurabia’s multiculti dhimmi worms beginning to turn?”

  1. Jamieson Says:

    While they’re about it, why don’t they ban women’s skirts that don’t show enough leg, big-titted women wearing bras, and anything else absurd they can think of?!

    Just because a few people don’t actuall like something, is that a sensible reason to ban it??!!

    [living in Abu dhabi, and staying here for now, rather than return to the nuthouses of Europe]

  2. Since you are in Abu Dhabi, perhaps you would tell me how long a Western woman would last if she visited the local market without covering herself sufficiently to avoid offending local sensibilities?

    When you go to a foreign country with a very different culture, it is a matter of simple courtesy for you to respect their customs, not demand that they change their customs to accommodate you. If their customs conflict with the way in which you wish to practise your religion, you are at liberty either not to go to that country, or to emmigrate to one in which you feel more comfortable.

    In developed Western culture (as opposed to the underworld of feral gangs) showing one’s face and looking someone in the eye is a sign of openness, honesty and genuineness. It also enables the other party to see one’s facial expressions, aiding communication. By contrast, concealing one’s identity is viewed to mean that one has something to hide.

    The problem with the niqab/burqa in European countries is that it is being worn as a very visible statement of separateness by arrogant young Muslim women with an agenda, who are demanding that the host culture change its customs to accommodate the demands of radical Islam.

    The latest example of this nonsense in Britain is that of a young female Muslim solicitor who is demanding that she be allowed to represent her client with her face fully covered. For one thing, the magistrate couldn’t hear her properly. Yet our moonbat judicial system is now bending over backwards to accommodate her demands! How this is supposed to contribute positively to good relations between Muslims and non-Muslims I simply cannot understand.

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